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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898112401 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. A ' ' "f -- t fc f71? A SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVII. NEWS IN Y MATRIMONIAL INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1898. MATTERS, RELIGIOUS NO. 70 . A THE VICINAGE. MATTERS, POLITICAL POINTS. Philip Slushcr'a liouso and contents Seven sets of brides and groom oc Tho Catholics havo 101 churches In Gus. W. Richardson thas announced cupied rooms at tho Willard Hotel, Greater New York with 1,1172,000 mem-bor- his candidacy for Secretary wero burned at I'lnovlllo. of State. An Infant child of Julo North, of Louisville, Tuesday night. U. S. Grant, Jr., is ono of the half a s. fjtr J TV IS $ 5 WMmmmFimmmmsmmm hoi.i ....i " THE rrn .. OLID Hell county, burned to death. i Madison county wold 70,000 cent, bonds at 81 (W to a Chicago per llrm. Uov. J. C. Steoloy, a prominent Hap. tint mlnUtcr, died of typhoid fover at 0, I Williamsburg, llevcnuo Agent Colyor destroyed five mills In I'lko county and arrested one moonshln'or. Tlio Itunir-o- block In Montlcollo was damaged slightly by Hro. M. II. folTey and J. II. Shoaror also .ot by It. Allen Mounco, the champion turkey hunter of Kookcastlo county, killed a wild turkey that weighed 171 pound. Miss Alice CaatocMius been appointed postmaster at Weaver, Laurel county, und will doubtlcs keep things clean. The county attornoy of Jessamine lias had warrants Issued against thu Standard Oil Co., for peddling oil In Nicholasvillo. Ilnico Jones, son of ltev. Macon Jones, of Madison county, died at Ala. Ho was a membor of the Fourth Kentucky. o Centre College und Ueorgetown Cenplayed at Danville Monday. tre won by a score of 10 to 0. The game was marked by u great deal of fumbling on both aides. An-nlto- n, Col-log- "I was jes joklri wid It." cltl7ons of Somerset raised WOO The Weduusday to bring the He v. Sam Jonot) there to make three speeches In tho local option con Km t now ondlng In that city. The campaign Is u hot one. J. ,V. Hose bought tho drug store lot of N. W. Duck at Shelby City, G. D. McCullom the 10 acres adjoining Mrs. Duck for SI 10, and Mrs. Duck thu tract containing the dower interest for said: 20. of sentenced to 12 months In Jail for stealing a turkey, on being nuked In court what ho was doing with the gobbler, At Richmond, David Tyt colored, Mrs. Martha I'ortwood, of Waco, caused to be Issued a warrant for Jamuh young man of Taylor, a thai locality, who sho alleges sedncwl a hor young daughter, but whon the him, ho had sklppod. wont after Two largo stock barn on tho farm of II. Vandlviur, near llarrodaburg, wero destrovod lire. Two tlno horos perished, and :JU0 or 100 barrels of corn and a lot of farming machinery wore consumed in tho llames. Loss W.000, no insuwoll-know- for him. Squlro Smith, Negro, formorlv Madison county, Is suspootod of thu , rape of a young woman at d tho authorities at O., and have btwn notified to look out Madh-ou-vllloHleli-tnon- n olll-ccr- Logan Denny haloid his drug store in Atlanta and will roturn to Danville. Judge C. 11. McDowell bought of tho Fox heirs a lot fronting 100 foot and containing Ul acres on Harnnlsburg Avenue for 82,000 and will build on It in tho Spring. Thu J. U. Sony property at Atoka was sold to M. J. Karris for2,&00. It consisted of two dwellings, blacksmith shop, store house and about 10 aerus, and cost Soay ?:i,000 rance. Advocate. Tho editor of a Kansas paper states that ho picked up a Vlnchostor rifle recently and startol down tho street to dollver tho woapon to Its owner. Tho delinquent subscribers, howovor, got it Into their headu that lie was on tho warpath, and everyone he mot Insisted on naylng what they owed him. Ono man wiped out a debt of 10 years stundlng. On his return to the olMco ho found a load of hay, 15 bushels of corn, 10 bushels of potatoes, n load of wood and a barrel of turnips that had been brought in by delinquents. Yesterday," said Jabson, "I refused n poor woman a request for a email sum of money, and In consequence of my act I passed a sleepless night. The tones of her voice wero ringing in my cars thu whole time." "Your softness of heart does you credit," said Mabson, "who was tho woman V" "My wife. Sho abused mo all night for It." v contributor hands in tho following, calling It "Perpetual Motion." Tho moro vou read it and think of It, the more there seems In It: 'The duck cats tho worm, Tho man eats tho duck, Tho worm eats the man, Tlio duck eats tho worm." A ft Of 1,000,000 babies, :i0.000 aro likely to dlo of accident, yo.000 by remotely provcntablo disease? like consumption, 120.000 by absolutely provcntablo diseases llko typhoid, measles, smallpox and scarlet fever. Only ono in 20 will die of old ago. Look out for tho diseases and you aro adding year to your life chances. lo 1 Tho adjutant general's ollico has prepared a list o? tho casualties to tho American army in tho Santiago snowing that there wero, killed, men; wounded, andl,!130 men. olllcoru 23 otllcors and 2114 cam-palg- n 102 and MUa ' At Roberts Chapel Hiurch In Ohio I loan Samuels, 1(1, eloped from Hancock county, Ind., factions fought over who ' .. .1 T..IT..... nm.nli. Imi uuiiui sum..I, i.uiiikj iniu ur.u were mar should play the now organ and three ried. wero sorlously hurt. Tho man Pattl has sclocted for her Tne Mormons pretend to obey the fourth husband Is a yonng, hand Biblical Injunction to pray for your some and talented baron, about half enemies by praying that God will damn her ago. them through all eternity. Mrs. Utah Dohann, a Chicago widAccording to thu unanimous decision ow, has sued Anton Lot, the Pitts- of tho .Mitiiiuhuctts Supreme Court, y burg brewer, for $100,000 damugos for Is not a religion, neither is breach of promise. it acharltablu or educational instituMrs. Robert Weaver, of Columbus, tion. Tho quarterly meeting of the MethO., wants a divorce because her husband devotes too much of his time to odist church will be held next Saturday and Sunday. Tho presiding older, lodges and falls to support liar. Worried because his stvocthoart hud Rev. F. S. Pollltt, will preach Sunday, shown partiality to tho other fellow, both morning and evening. Rev. Henry Mavlty, of Vanceburg, Will Owens, of Fairview, O., Jumped who Is probably the oldest minister in Into a cistern and drowned. James Thompson and Susie Jackson, active service In Kentucky, celebrated colored, wore married at St. Paul's his 00th birthday this week. Ho has Catholic church, Lexington. A large baptized more than 1,000 by Immersion. Wo have received from Rev. K. O. crowd of white and colored people were Guerrant, of Wilmoro, a tract on presont. which is a turrlilc arraignHoward Davis, of Somerset, aged 18, ment of the "Latter Day Saints," who attompted euiuidu at Monticcilo by are trying hard to secure a shooting hltiirolf in thu head with a revolver. A misunderstanding In Kentucky. The church at Mnxey's Valley, 2 with his sweetheart Is snpposod to miles West of Uustonvillc, will be dedbo tho causo. Tho announcement of tho marriage icated the first Sunday In December. of Miss Poarl Deatheragc, a popular Rev. J. Q. Montgomery will preach young lady of Moberly, Madison coun- the dedicatory sermon, and a good dinty, to tho Rev. F. P. Smith, of Sweet- ner will bo spread on the grounds. Mr. Hen lliatt was here from Highwater, 111., Is doclarod by the young land yesterday getting ready for the lady's father to bo untrue. The count Ah ! zo English tongue, dedication of Mt. Morlah church Sunhow cot cos drolo I W'en xo man woot day. He tells us that big preparations to prove hcos lovo for ao lady, he swear are being made and a splendid dinner to her. Ym first yaro of marriage lie will bo served on the grounds. The union Thanksgiving service will swear by her and aftairu, parbleu ho be held at the Christian church this swuar at her. Brooklyn LIfa. Two women suicided In Louisville mcrning, when several of tho preachers Tuesday, Miss Mary Rugglos. a young will take a part und Rev. S. M. Rankin artist, by shooting horiolf In the head, preach thu sermon. A special serbecause her love for Prof. Gutav vice for thu benefit of the Orphans' Froso was not reciprocated, and Mrs. Homo will be held at the Haptlst John Pinker by hanging because her church, for which an claborato has boon arranged. Rev. J. B. daughter had married secretly. Crouch will preach tho sermon. At the funeral of young Jacob, the Ur. L. C. Hroughlon, pastor of the San Juan horo, at Loulsvlllo, a pathetic Third Raptlst church of Atlanta, has incident occurred us tho funeral party entered thu church. Kx- - Mayor Chiis. Introduced an innovation which caused I). Jacob, father of the deceased, and a small sensation with his Hock. SunMrs. Jacob followed behind tho casket. day night in plicu of the six men who As they passed through tho door tho woro accustomed to hand around tho young lady who had been Charlie Jac- hut he named six beautiful joung womob's swaethoart and hud jlltod him, tho en for the ta&k und the result was that the largestjuolloetlon In months was shook of which him to goto war taken up. Young men und susceptible said "Mr Jacob, It was not my fault." bachelors who were givun to contribuCharles W. FrUbio and Miss Mary ting nickels hunted for quarters and Miller, daughter of Col. John W. Mif-lo- some even dropped in dollars. of (.ancestor, woro married at the Rev. J. W. McDonald, pastor of tho home of City Kditor of tho Commer- Cumberland Presbyterian church at cial, R 12. Hughes, in Louisville, Wot Logansport, Ind., has notlliod The bridal jmrty consisting tho ladies of his crngregatlou that of the prosHcttvo bride and groom, hereafter they will be expected to ru Col. J. V. Miller. Miss George Miller. mow their hats and bounds on enterGeorgo D, Lusk, Miss Mae Hughos, ing th6 sanctuary. He contends "that Lotcher Owsley and little Charlie this is a singlo act of reverence due the West, of Lancaster, and Herbert Price, Deity, and, moreover, the reform will of Danvillu, went to Louisville several toud to concentrate tho attention of o days ago. Tho bride is a very the ladies on the service rather than and lovable woman, and the on the latest stylo of millinery." groom who Is a grandson of the latu Thu Rev. A. 11. Simpson, the former Dr. Jcnuing Price a very worthy Louisville pastor, who wont to New young man. After tho cereraonv tho York und collected moro than $1,000, happy pair left for Omaha, whoro Mr. 000 in six years for mission work, has Frisbie goes In business. adopted a uuw reveuuo measure for missions. It is that a missionary Tho Hght between Tom Sharkey and stamp be provided to be placed on let James J. Corbott, before tho Lenox ters, and Dr. Simpson's hoard has per Club, Now York, was awarded to fected and copyrighted a beautiful Sharkey Tuesday night on u foul. In btumi) for this imrposo. They are sold tho ninth lound ono of Corbett's roc- - In lots of 10 to 1,00-at 1 cent each. nods stepicd into the ring, thereby stamps are adhosivo and bear on The violating tho prize-rinrule and dis their faco "M. R "missionary revequalifying Corbett, whom he repre nue Instead of "I. R." internal rev sented. Tho referee at once gave the euiie. light to Sharkey, and announced thatun In referring to the recent donation he believed the socond's course was of JJIto.OOO to Randolph-MacoCollege prearrange!, ho would declare all bets by Mrs. I. N. Vaughan, as a memorial off. to her husband, the lato Isaac Newton Tho examiner llnds the con dlllon o Vaughun, the College Monthly says: tho First National Hank at Kmporia, This Is tho largest single gift that the Kus., whose president killed himself cotlogu has ever received, and Is Inwhen caught up with, worse than at deed a worthy memorial of ono of its tlrst thought. Tho books have been most gifted and noblo hearted friends. falsified to tlio extent of $u7,000 and Many of tho comforts of our collego the amount loaned In violation of law life und mauy of tho facilities for adto tho olllcers of tho institution is in vanced work in the labratorlcs which wo aro now enjoying, ho gave us In his tho neighborhood of SIM.OOO. Of tlio four colobrated Confederate lifetime; and now, though ho. is no half dollars of 1601 practically tho longer with us, through this great ben only coins of tho Confederacy not efaclion tho doors of tho collego will more than ono is now known to bo In bo opened to an Increased number of existence, and that is in tho possession students from year to year. of J. W. Scott, thu coin A SURE SIGN OF CROUP. dealer of New York. Ho values it at 31,000. Hoarseness In a child that is subject The mnnngor of Mills' Hotel for poor to croup is a sura indication of the apmen In New York, says tho ontorprlsc proach of the disease. If Chamberlain's which bus attrautcd so much at atten- Cough Remedy is given as soon as tho tion has, tho first year of Its existence, child becomes hoarse, or oven after tho earned per cent In addition to pro- croupy cough has appeared, It will previding for deterioration und replace- vent tho uttack. Many mothers who ment. have croupy children! always keep "No, Herbert, I am sorry, but I am this remedy at hand and Und that It sure wo could not bo happy together. saves them much trouble and worry. You know I always wunt my own way It can always bo depended upon und is pleasant to tako. For sale by Craig & in everything." looker, Druggists, Stauford. 'Hut, my dear girl, you could go on wanting it after we woro married." A tutor who tooled the lluto Tried to teach two tootui h to toot; London Judy. Said tho two to tho tooter: Thcro aro always 1,200,000 peoplo "Is it harder to toot or afloat on the seas of the world. To tutor two tootcrs to toot?" 18. 1 1 Robert Drowning, aged dozen republican candidates for senator from California to succeed White. J. T. Gaines, principal of the 10th ward echnoli Louisville, announces his candidacy for superintendent of public VA LJB instruction. Associate Justice Frear, of the supreme court of Hawaii, is In Washington to help frame u sultublo povern-mefor tho Islands. In view of the fact nt m ?A Weekly CommereialGazette (Weekly Edition of the Commercial Tribune ) ine unemnati n RELIABLE , wj. i i , i r- .-, .-i.i..- rafca.Tic; I y zci r.riw m thi'o-oph- that the Illinois Legislature contains but one prohibitionist, thcro is not much prospect of any dry sessions during the winter. Senator Quay and his soo have been indicted by the U. S. Court at Philadelphia, charged with conspiracy to unlawfully use public mouoys in bis bank. Entrlos for tho democratic nomination for tho Legislature in Franklin county closed with South Trimble and W. C. Thompson. Tho primary takes place December 23. George Do Vany, of Texas, Is a candidate for President on a platform demanding cent cotton, dollar wheat und 820 a month jienslons for 10-p- er m T weekly5 50 y m PA CENTS PER YEAR K Mor-manis- Send 5c in Stamps for our 132-pa- ge Large Illustrated Catalogue of Premiums offered with the Weekly Commercial Gazette. Published every Tuesday morning. It has the most complete and reliable Market Reports. It is Republican to the core, but never offensive. Its departments relating to Farming, Labor, Manufacturing and Legislation are of the greatest value to every reader. foot-hol- d er soldiers. Because of tho failure of tho clerk of Pulaski and those of two other counties to send in their returns the State election commissioners inddfinitcly postponed a canvuss of the vote. Mr. Gum Coatcs, who ran for Con- & ?A 7i !3 M family newspaper. It has ten paan up ges compactly filled with the most important news of the world, and just what the family fireside most enjoys. Special inducements to club agents. Sample copies mailed on application. Address is to-dat- It e ! gress In ono of the Southern State", COMMERCIAL, TRIBUNE CO., Cincinnati. wus not tuken out of tho wet by tho rgii mi Intelligent voters. They soaked him good and hard. Louisville Commercial. Senator Lindsay, who was in Louisville, refused to discuss politics saying he was out at present. In regard to expansion, he said: "It is nn accomplished fuct. It Is hero. The question Hut a thorough search for where the credit belong. We endeavor to treat you right and guarantee satisfaction. We buy tho beit for the money now is how to deal with the d and give you the benefit 'of it. No War Investigation ! newly-acquire- territory." pio-gra- m Some time ago, by a vote the comof Savannah refused to Invito the president to come to the city because ho had appointed colored men to Federal olllces, but he will go Hoys' Suits. $J.r0 to S13.5P. Children's Suits, ?1.25 to 17.50. Top Coats for Men, anyway, to bo present at the dedication Boys and Children, Underwear, Shirts. Hats, Shoes, Mclntoshes, Uinbiellns, Night . and Bath Itohes, Sultn Cleaned and Pressed. of a Negro university. A recount in two close counties in West Virginia shows a majority for tho democrats and gives the democrats DAXYIXXE, ICY. No. 136. a majority of ono on joint ballot In the mon council Fine Suits from $5 to $20; Overcoats, $5 to $22.50. Telephone " The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., I eaul Legislature. The tepublicans, however, have onjoined two democrats from taking thoir seat and nro trying to stoal the sonatorshlp in that way. More than a million and a half ma- " " i""' i "i" :,??a.caa r" hs t4BK . " - ; . j. i ,"'"fc i " .v k a ' " !', !." ", v r, yos-torda- y. hand-som- jority of tho white voters of the United States voted for Bryan and frco silver in 1800, and by 1000 wo will have 'V enough to overcome the votes cast for tho republican party by thu Negroes. This is a white man's government, and tho votes of ignorant Negroes will not always be tho balance of power. Louisville Dispatch. The Glasgow News says a Huntcrlto told it that when the Bradleyltes went ftl to Judge Joues and suggested the proi priety of Inviting hjs defoated oppon- v, ent, Judge Loster. to make speeches I: for him, Judge Jones said: "Gentlemen, will you do me the favor to carry a message to Lester?" Of course they agreed to do so. "Then you tell Lester I said for him to go to h 1. If he wants to make a speech in this district, I have no objection. If he docs not he cau go to h I. That is all I have to say about Lester." Tho News is therefore of tho I 1 After re Giving ami jetting In pniltlin oar bli stot'K. for Tall und Winter re.idy for the big trade, wo arc sure to enj n, wo are glad to Kuow that mtimmmm - (t We Have Great Values to Show You And every kind hut tho poor kind. We Invito you to call on us and If wo pleaio you, toll others, If not tell us. SHOE?. Ladles, get'tlio proper too ulitcli Is liroatl: the vamp short. Wo can show them. Shoos for overy-bod- v. Tho Worth Is tho attractive feature. Men's ruruUhlngs, Truuk. 4CALDWELL & LANIER, The Loading Shoo ami Furnishing House, DA1IVILL3 ST. lliitSSSg:2S i! Ml SS -:- SSSS - S Hf J g opinion that Jones is a boss breach hoaler and ought by all moans to be tho compromise caudldate for gov- ernor. LIFE. A crust of bread and a corner to sleep in, Amlnutetojsmileandunhourtowcepin, A plut of joy to a peck of trouble, And never a laugh but the moans como n lip; A precious, With a smile to warm acd tho tears to refresh us; And the joys seem sweeter whon care comes after, And the moan is tho finest of foils for that is life! crust and a corner that love makes double; And I I INFANT Nothing is more essential to comfort and health than warm, dry feet in Winter. Our footwear was selected with unusual care and I am sure I can suit tho most particular. Our line of i 11 : SHOES, Is especially attractive and .stylish. Misses' goods in Black and Tan Kid ami cloth tops. laughter I And that is life I Ladies' Shoes in All Colors and-Weights. well-kno- wn mused the turkey, as it saw the farmer approaching with his ax, "to bo cut oil like this in my prime. But after all, death has its compensations. At least 1 shall hear no moro Thanksgiving jokes about getting It In tho neck." N. Y. Journal, Tho American Agriculturist tolls of a Kuntucky girl who would make a good man a good wifo and keep tho pot boiling. Left an orphan and dependent on her own exertions tor support, she took up turkey farming. Tho llrst year sho cleared SIM, tho second 82,000 and tho third 83,000. More than 500,003 sewing machines aro mudo every year in the United of those made Stutes, being on the globe. About 200,000 persons aro employed in this industry. nine-tent- "It is certainly a terrible thing," w . . 6i I I Durable ami Pretty. Men's Tans, calf and cordovans, heavy soles with invisible cork. Durable lined waterproof calf boots. Come to see us. We can fit and suit you in both stylo and service. ."1 fit I K. H. .r.'S'swr J. rVJdROBERTS. ffiii ::: Iron Fence. Cypress Shingles. rxaswm. Metal Roofing. Xa r STANFORD, KY. Mill Work. - T ., Ffi M. '& THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanfokd. Ky., W. "P. - Nov 24. 1898 WALTON. l( public ThnnluRlvlng Tun to God for the olcsdlnjra of the year Is said to date from the Mosaic ttmos. At any rate it is an antiquated as well as a most appropriate custom, which, since Lincoln proclaimed a Thanksgiving day in 1SC2, has become a National one. Tho observance of the day has grown more and more general until now it is recognized by every State and all the people. This year wo havo more than our usual share of blcssiugs to be grateful for. In addition to the fruitful return of the husbandman's labor and increasing prosperity, the absence of pestilence und famine, the brother ly love and reunion of the sections in custom of zeal for a common cause, wo should bo unfeignedly thankful to God for tho victories that were won by our armie3 in spite of the blundering and incompetency ol those high in authority. That a war with such illimitable results was fought and won In 100 days, notwithstanding its wretched mismanagement, shows that to God and our invincible soldiery are duo the highest praise nnd thanksgiving that grateful hearts can give. Divine benitlcence Is indicated on nil sides and to Him be all the glory world without end. Inaugrating a war for humanity's Mns.'l'otmvooD, wifo of tho man condemned to bo hanged at Loxlngton tho 30th for a revolting murder, who has not lived with him for scvoral years, makes rather peculiar plea to the governor to respite him. Slip says It would bo a dlsgraco that she and her daughter could never outlive If ho is made to dio on tho gallows. This may seom a very good reason to her, but the public will not regard It iu that light and Gov. Bradley will do well to "hands oil" lu the premises and let Portwood die the doath that tho court has said can alone atone for his cowardly crime. 11 cannot be found In tho republican party, the statement moans, If It means anything, that democrats alone will be appointed. PENSION remittances to tho agencies havo just been mado to the amount of over $10,000,000. That's the way tho money goes, pop goes tho weasel, and still wo uro offering $20,000,000 for what belongs to us by right of conquest. THEKB is only spotless men to onice. Gov. PlNOUUK having carried igan by such an overwhelming major Ity, Is more convinced than ever that ho is tho whole thing, and has intimated that ho will bo In it when the entries for president aro made. Old Potato Patch is a poach. AS governor. of New York, Rough Rider Roosevelt says ho will appoint Mich- Ed Mcrrlwcathcr was lynched a Monticello, Ga. Ho was taken from tho jail by a large number of cltlzons, carried a short distance aud shot to death for murder. Attorney General Griggs and Socro tary Bliss, who wore constituted by Congress a committee to select a site for a now Federal prison in tho South, havo selected Atlanta. Gen. Longstrect, Commissioner of Railroads, In his annual report calls attention to the general prosperity in railroad affairs and recommend government construction and operation of s double track railroad from a Kansas City to Santiago, Cal., by an first-clas- near Sadievlllo, wheat sold at 42c a bushel and corn at 85c a barrel In tho field. Georgetown Times. Lyon .fc Allen bought at Daiivlllo Monday eight cattle at 3.02 nnd sold them tho sumo day for a good profit. They also bought seven calves 075-pound THE LOUISVILLE STORE I Still at 822.50. Star Pointer, tho world's clmmpton pacer, was sold In New York Tuesday forS15,000, SdOOlosi than ho brought last year. W. J. White, of Cleveland, was tho purchaser. Tho largest cargo of wool ovor re ceived at Boston arrived recently on the British ship. Commonwoalth, from Sydney, N. S. W. The vo.sel had In all 8.021 bales and tho weight of thl big amount of wool was close to 2,500.-00- 0 pounds. Ml. Sterling court. Fully 3,500 cattle on the market; quality good; trade feeders sold brisk. Best as high as 4Jc; .earllng steers sold as high as 4.(10: heifers, 3 to 3jc; cows. 2 to 3c; bulls, 3c; old vnvs and rough oxen, H to Klatawah, the champion trotter, sold to James Butler for 87,000 at William B Faslg's horso snlo in Madison Squaro Garden. PravToll, the famous wagon trotter, record 2:0t'i to a wagon, sold to Robort Bonner for $5,100. The 71 head sold, averaged 1.000-pound ol Cutting And K-E3DTJO- Slashing Prices on nil gomN in the Great IIolittion Sale, In order to soil litis great mod; of Merchandise, away down befnro tho I lolldtiyH. It is to your iiuorust to buy our goods where you can buy the most for the leant money. Wo aro bound to As such Johnson Franklin was captured near Glasgow Junction and Is now In jail at Glasgow. Franklin looks haggard and 10 years older than when he murdered Mrs. Bowles. There was 3150 reward for his capture. Ho was not In tho straw rick that tho officers thought he was and have been guarding. air line route. STOCK Everybody Is Talking ! E 1 lef die Invoicing. About the superior valuci wo nrc snlTerlng In thli great dissolution tlo. They find the thing they want here far below other pricM We iloii'i ink you to 'buy unles you find our Trices Lower nnd our Value Heller thnn ehuwhero. Wo guarantee you a saving on every purchase. Here are some nttrnclive Hargains for this week. ADDITION ALLO 6 AL. occupied by Bros., aud owned by S. EI. Baugh-mawill bo run back CO feet, making it about 200 feet deep. Tho building will bo otherwise Improved. threc-yoar-o- ld The livery stable Bcaz-le- y n, A full lino of Blue and Fancy prlnti 8c, Good Wenched Cotton le, Yard wide Brown Cu'lon, Booster Jintiul, 3je, 0- -1 l r ' I' . nothing small about tho Thursday fair, Is tho prediction nt this Carlisle Mercury. It advertises to writing. pay for the dinner of every man who The fiscal court met Wednesday and llaby Shoes 2 to 5 only 24c pair, , comes to court Monday and pays his decided to take up the bonds'glveu cersake, the God of Battles directed our subscription. Men's Fine Shoes worth fl 50 only Os'c, turnpikes with the monoy to be tain armies to sure und swift victory, which Men's Fine Shoes worth 12 mid 12.50 only fl.ll, new bonds with H per not only lifted the tyrant's heel from bad news and more of It. The gotten from the Heue'S Men'fl High Top Shoes worth $2 ami iSfiO go in litis sale nt 11.13 nnd fi f3. and op Peoria whisky makers havo advanced cent, from the time they were Issued. the necks of a We carry a complete Hue of MenN and Hoy V Hoots, will meet again on the 20th. ignoraln-iousl- y pressed people, but drove him the price of whisky 1 cent a gallon, just Tho court Men's Hoots worth f2. only $.V, from tho Western hemisphere, as wo were preparing to ceieorato DEAD. John Matthews, who was Hoy's Hoots as low n $1, enlarging at the same time our public Thanksgiving. shot, by Johu Meadows at tho, tlma his Men's Plow Shoe 75c, i domain here and in foreign countries Clayton Matthews, was killed Lulle' Fine Shoes, Lice and Hullcin, worth 11.50 ou'y USc House of Representa brother, The Wyoming and leading us on to the manifest destiby him at Pino Hill, died of his Inju .MONDAY nnd ko what ny of the greatest nation on earth. tives will have 37 republicans ami one ries a few days ago. Meadows was so signally democrat. The latter ought to resign already under 82,000 bond, but It was These events which have marked the good year of our Lord, and let the old thing be unnulmous. increased to i3,000 after the death. Men' Corduroy I'mttt nt the low price, of J1.1S. In having a Hiircr, 'Mirrev, Phaeton. 1S96, arc In themselves alone sulllclent BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. e Hast Corduroy Pants $1.03, TAXES TOO IIkjH. A family moving l'oad Wagon or a Set of If arnit. to make, every patriotic heart swell' passed through will save you ?3 to 23. Men's Uood Stiiln at the low price of ftt.lS, with pride and thanks to the Giver of Owenton has been raised to a presi- back to Rockcastle Overcoats from $.1 up, town In a covered wagon the other W. J. ROMANS CARRIAGE CO . such inunllicent gifts, even if we had dential Hojm Overconts OSc tip, turn- day, from Indiana. Asked why they but as no other cause for thankfulness Harrison county will float her Lancaster, Ky. A big lot of Capos at an unheard of low price, returned, the old man tald: "Free a people and as individuals we have been pike bonds at 4 per cent. made tho poll tax 3 Indies' Tailor tnnilo Skirts IWc to f 60, nnd they are oorkerx. otherwise signally blessed during the A silverwaro trust with a capital of turnpikes there F A T D V UjrtMnti Ner. Ii, I will nm a Ami a thousand other H.irgains too miniaroiit to mention. CS and co for yourI and S1.05 on property and I couldn't L year. Our granaries are tilled to over- 820,000,000 has been Incorporated. 'lUIrr awi In Mn(url ai.d li gtail lu fttrnM, tit, wlih wbHtl", and unit flowing, our commerce has extended milk vim liar I., liy OnIr Ml Charles Thomas shot and killed Sam stand It." llh J. II. self leJr will metre irvMt at tent km imnml local condition? everywhere are Mr. D. W. Vandever Ward in a crap game at Hopklnsvllle. J. II CtMIUftfOI Didn't Sell. proved. Let us then with humble and A turtle weighing TOO pounds was went over to Lancaster Tuesday to contrite hearts acknowledge these and caught in Long Island Sound tho other sell his 3 miles of Stanford .fc Lanall His' blessings and with thankful of that 85,000 caster pike to tho fiscal court T. D. HANKY, Manager. hearts show our appreciation of them Abrakeman got a verdict for OR TRADE. came homo disgusted. county, but he by the more fortunate helping the less in Ohio against a railroad that black- His price was fi00 per mile but the Branch slorcs nt Pari, Carlisle, Jit. Sterling, Bardstown, I.nwrenrehurg, Cynthl- fortunate and doing all we can for His listed him. MOO for tho Sptemlld farni ofiioairfi in SuulWait Ku, ann.Versttilloc, Eminence, Georgetown, Fmnbethlowu, Frankfort. ckurt, Ind stopped tho most dis- court only offered him It very lib- 30 milt fruM the MiywMirl Well a Heavy rains honor and glory. m(a1. Will (.. fiio,l firming country entire 3i miles. However Ml astrous fire that ever raged In Indian erally offered to give hlm the toll- on mj lirnti or trail fur Turin in Central Km To him wo pay our grateful songs, tucky. Can y JI.'KbI to 8.,i .IHWiirv In a Territory. His kind protection still implore; county had less trade. (Wl AilJtvw ltox 4. Manftml, Kv Two young farmers were caught in house, In which the Oh, may our hearts and lives and Invested. No trade was contongues, the blizzard and wero frozen to death than 510 ! ! summated and will not be, said Mr. V. Confess Hit, goodness and adore. In Missouri. to his figures. E. C. Benedict's yacht, with Grover until the coult comes Lord of all nations, now to Thee, arrived at We have everything good to ent. Our country we commend; Notice hereby to tlioo Cleveland aboard, has The case of Joseph Powell against claims ii;iiliit the given ot Willlntnholding Unit-llBe Thou her refuge and her trust, txttute We have Lexington Flour for Thntikfglrlng Georgetown, S. C. t dee'd, to iirtcnt them properly verlllrd Martin Alcorn, both Negroes, for slanHer everlasting friend. cakc.bnkin- g- can't be ben ton. A big blizzard is sweeping over Kan- der, resulted, after occupying the court to nio nt onct. I'urtle- onlng tlic eitnte Good rolled Oat 5c pot pnrknge. Spain sas, delaying trains and causing much for two days in a verdict for Powell for are miueited to settlw with mo without The report tent from Paris that It. I.. Ill iiiii.i;. FreMi Mnccaroni at 7c per pound pnoknge. had broken off peace negotiations with suffering among cattle. E.ecmorof William llulible. $000. The amount claimed was ?2,000. fined 32.' and Try a can big tnmly Sorphtitii for ISo. A Cynthlana man was tho United States proved to bo a rank case was given to the As soon as this Nice llrenkfiHt Hacou nt lie per pound. fake, for stock jobbing purposes. Our sent to jail for 10 days for pointing a jury, that of Diana Powell, wifo of the O ood Sugar Corn flo. per can. though it was unloaded. commissioners have issued a final prop- ptetor, even other plaintiff, against the same old Heht can Toiuittoos Cc The Meglbben. Excelsior Distillery man was called and a jury at once obosition requesting a final answer by I will Ilavlnj ilclrrmliMtl Good Broom for 9c. Lair, was sold at master's sale to S. tained. Tho same attorney.-- , aro on ell at Hiliik mini'. ii. if it.it Mmy Itntint, ticlorw Monday or earlier, offering at next intateir Hie emirl 1ihio in Stanford, Also Houdipiarters for Celery, Crnnborrie.s, Ao. for the eutiro Philippine J. Ashbrook, of Cynthlana, for 3:1,200. either side and tho claim Is for ?2,000 in tront of12, 1st, l.muty (tiri Ihijr, my on .Mon f day, I M .Tnhn Howard, of Salem, Ind., cut damages. Alcorn is alleged to nave ti wrw. which they say the U. S. has it i wru uiifrue-- i wnn nx fom It hrkk ilTrrllltig, two jpol determined to have. The probability his throat because he was out of work 6ald that tho old woman also swore to Imrii and Ktbor outhmi-rx- . toUis o .m. lkM utix I arm It "ill watfr,xl, pikr. in fe! nr.i'-r- r mile Irom rrrarlirn-vlllis that tho offer will bo uccepted.though and his. family was on the verge of a pack of d lies. hood anil ivHireiiletit to Miirchw ai.l lno.s lit I.nrgcil retniltnof fine Gn ceriet in lite wot!. 50 store in Kentucky, made furihrr Infonualloii tall lu t al be. Why McKinley starvation. we hope it will not Two speeches were yet to be Indiana and Oh'o. Unusually cold weather is prevailing in the case at adjournment yesterday. M td Hi'dll SCAKOKNT. W Unit Hat, Ki. should want to pay 820,000,000 or any inW II Wti I KCV, Mixvmr.it. other sum for what we had already ob- in the Northwest, and the storm's Tho court will not be In isQZZirjXtTKX tained by conquest is past understand- fluence is felt throughout Ohio, Indiana twr ing. Even tho English papers aro ind Illinois. "laud and stock. otirslutiliti-riniWo imviMiow prun surprised at such a "wonderful act of The New York Court ot Appeals dechort while. NlllMty to thine who pass- f . 13. Owsley sold to J. T. Sllor for generosity," but they do not know how i cided that tho Dr. b will uihhi no etill have turUos thut easy It is to be generous with other ed at tho last session of tho L,eglalnture 14 fat hogs at He. then nulu In alKut two Will pand you mo will th high-tmules told at Glasgow want jour turkeys. people's money. The cry of this coun-- . is unconstitutional Twenty-on- e imirUta prlcti'for them. I'ettd tht-- well Koeley, who Monday at 15 to 00. try should bo "Millions for dofense: not It dovelops that Inventor and have them fat. .1 K. C'UIUaTI.iX.i It). Kavorito Toilet Cream for the complexion, chap o haniU, &c. one cent for tribute." died in Philadelphia last week, lelt Lizzie Montrose, a brood mare, told tManford, Kr. of manuscript explaining for 11,000 at Lexington. 2.000 pages The only difference between Con- his mlstlfying theories. I 1 1MMIMU SAB OP A CI A. Swlnebroad sold to V. P. Tate I. gressman Elect Roberts, of Utah, and Among tho cities of the United States 20 steers at $23 25. V i I i j ' " a majority of the other members with San Francisco has the least municipal S. T. Harris bought at Danville Mon- SPLENDID LITTLE FARM A complete lino of the wet "Djiuifcr Herfunieti, Cologne-i- . liny Hum, Toilot Water whom he will sit, is that ho acknowlPhiladelphia has day 21 cattle at 1.20. debt, only 1P.3,!17. As administrator of the t.tate of Win. edges his three wives, while theyouly the greatest, $50,872,705. T. W. Kinney, of Boyle, sold to W. Liii'ii- -. (KKoitskil. with the mil Hiiurxt-dacknowledge one and have from ouo to Mitchell has beon arrested M. Myers, of Casev, 11 yearlings at will on Charles Toilet oaps, Face I'owderi, Tooth HrtHlies, Sacliot I'owilew, Hair HrtHhi!, Tooth half a dozen other women who occupy in London for blackmailing question- $30. the same relation. Therefore the sug- able women, on tho threat of exposing W. II. Murphy bought of R. E. Gaines Saturday, Doc. 3rd, 1898, Hrusheg, ComVs, Ac. O I LS, Oils of nil klnil?, Turpentine, Vnrniahes, Colors, Ac. gestion that Mr. Roberts may be ex- them. IIo made a fortune. About the hour of o'clock v. t . at the Call anil in. two suckling bull calves, red ones, for dwelling house on -'tho prutnl-onear pelled is so far removed from the range of Tennessee deiCy.. Mill nt public unction to the The supreme court 50. & of probabilities thut it is not worth dis. which Win highest tilifder. clares that cigarettes aro not legitiHon. William C. Whitney will visit cas, deceased, tho farmatontho tlmo of Lulived hN cussing. mate articles of commerce because they Kentucky Saturday. He may buy a death. Tho furm contains nlout are wholly noxious and deleterious to Bluegrass farm. Tim president is not so cocksure of OF SPLENDID ffil) peace. He has asked the Atlanta peo- health. The Paris News says corn is selling 8C The revolt in Salvador Is more se- there at 81.25 dellved and reports sales ple to change the name of the eelebru-tio- n Well located, convenient to town, to churchand may In- of export cattlo at 4.S5. from peace jubilee to a demonstra- rious than first supposed, es and excellent schools. The reshlcnco U volve the five states of Salvador, Nicatho cattle king of a nice, frame hulldlng. OuT. D. Chenault, tion over "our victorious armies," givof rep:tlr. ing as a reason the "uncertain outcome ragua, Honduras, Guatemala and Costa Madison, told Schwartzchlld cc Co., tbuilding In good state cash, remainder In d Teums. Rica in war. 200 oxport cattle nt 4.85. years In equal of the Paris conference and the exigen one and two J. Speed Smith, chairman of tho James Herring bought in Casey and hem Ing interest from date of s:io and for cies which may arjise." homo, rewhich notes with pood security must be committee on tho old men' . Pulaski a bunch of calves at S15 to $20 clveti. Possession clveu Wo Ini'o your attcition tl.o Celebrated has been subscribed, F. J. Ives, chief surgeon of tho oth ports that $51,015 J.WvlIOCKKi:, ivdmr. and some hogs at 21 to 3c. aro still 15,000 Masons who bat there array corps, told tho Mark Hardin bought of Fred committee that ho saw no distress have not subscribed. a bunch of shouts at 3o and Stanford itoidensa Froperiy For Sal Edward Holland, aged 19. of Ludlow, of sovcral parties small lots of corn at among the soldiers at Chickamauga for the lack of medical supplies. Tho was killed at Sadievlllo, by tho fast $1.50 delivered. passenger train on the Q. Dec. 3, 1S98, d commission and Alger love a liar, but Princeton claims the largest tobacco On Saturday, it C. road. He fell out of a caboose stemmery lu the world. Tho owners At 2 e. i., on tlm refnliw, I will Ml at imlillc this one suits them too well. atictluii to tho highest ItldJcr lujr tlflr,ilu in. and was fearfully mangled. TI10 Dicks Fecil Cutter, Tho I'oindoxtcr Corn Sp!iticr, a million pounds of tobac- ilenip, aud the uroiiinls thereto MUilied.nii Ij,i The Richmond Register says It Is so Dr. John L. Long, superintendent of havo bought buying. MlloMrvet In Manfurd, Ky., or.iitu tliu I'iiMI, and are still School yro mnli thankful that it had to issue a special the State Institute, has co with yanl and jnnlm nnd Sales of butcher cattlo at 2i, 1,200 to The edition to express it. It is printed in turned over to tho governor 25, colwill first IxMitlrrtxt and 1,100 tint remaining land, about fun rwurakly, undInthen 3! to le aens, ljing the blue and Is as much of a beauty typo- lected from tho'employes and Inmates, 1,300 pounders at rear mid on tho llnooftho prepmed nvwMrtt. barrels of corn In the field at $1.50 aro Theentlro iruerty will thru ho ottered a a whole, graphically as It is valuable intrinsi- which will go to tho battleship Kenand that hid accoiitcd which yield tho mod niun-enoted in tho Winchoser Democrat. of tint ilatv will cally. I iniiiiillatn tucky fund. Ponn, of Davis, gold 100 sheep en tho iiurclnner upon hl compliance with ijv. George the Fire destroyed the wholesale millittrma ot ale, which are "I iiuoiN to doubt whether the presl. nery stock of David Balrd & Son, of to Dr. Adams, of Cynthlana, at . T. mainder In 6 aud I'.' month, cpal oa.h, the. re- Tho Capital Wagons, Tho Oliver Chilled Plows. A better lino of goods never ef- Installment. fereil you. IwurlngO portent Inlcrwt from day ul iale. and dent has convictions on any subject,'' Louisville, and damaged slightly an J. Burgess bought of S, B. Jones, of eTldemed hr note with irnal maro mules at also retained f.ir defeirwl pjymenti.utMirlly. A Hen bays Andrew Carnegie, who is just adjoining store on Main etrcet, causing Sadievlllo, 10 weanling U one --; ,"" Ui till plamStanford,or tlio 1111 lilrabe homes In catching on to what most thinking peo- a total damage of about $70,000, cover-- , SJ.. uoouiecucis mj Sr. ' tdfr. of MAItYE. VA1INON U.'JO to I 12. At Vallandlngham's sale, ple hud discovered long since. ed by Insurance. The signal service wa rlgtit. u snowed Tuesday and a general bllzxard raged. Yesterday the mercury was down to 25. Continued cold, with 3027 50. A lino All-wool ?i&&&:u!i&M Fnblencued Sheeting le, of Outing Flannels, latest Fall ttylr.i, 5c up, Dre-- s Good, 30 in. wide, plain nnd fancy, NIco line of Mack Figured Goods 10 in, wide, 3'.lc, We curry a full lino of Velvets and at thu lowest prices 1 All-wool LMc, UJ- down-trodd- en Qr?2rVs7 Come to Lancaster YOUCANSAVE CLOTHING. 1 post-offic- e. 1 I FARM FOR SALE 111 thk-kl- The Louisville Store. r9i THANKSGIVING DflY NOTICE - I u, le-l- uv. Tl-- U FARM FOR SALE e 820,-000,0- archi-pellg- o, 1 Blue Grass Grocery Go., I -- to-y- eli-..- tl f , .. i. JUST THE TfflHC I CT ED 750-pou- nd P E7 KA IT HDy l.OGO-poun- d . I "Toilet and Fancy Goods. GRAfG MOCKER. ATTENTION '- -i Htii-tonvl- lle, MS two-tor- y One-thir- Imua-dlately- Farmers D oublo I white-washin- g Von-Grunlg- an Dam Qcared Corn Cruskr, south-boun- fcoble-mlnd- ed I mi The Hocking Valley Corn Sheller, The Studebaker Wagons, one-thir- v" 1 HIGGINS McKINNBY. J.SE--- . 14 jf?' r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., o W. It IlicR will huvo his livery opnn Monday, atop with him when you go to D.invllle. Voti will find him sta-bl- 1 - at the Brewer stable. Nov. 24, 1898 Monday night's blow did much dam age in Mercer county bostdos wrecking' tho town clock nt Harrod.sburg to the extent of 31,000 damage. s, E. C. W.VLTON, 1JU31NKJ9 MaNAOKK. Royal BOTl BKINO POUtt Baking Powder Dim villc, Kqii tuefcv. FUR The loss of a few hogs amounts to Thanksgiving. Turkeys, Cranbermore than the cost of protecting an ries, Plum Pudding, Mince Moat, Pick-loontlro herd by fuelling Dr. Haas' Hog Raked Roans, Cream Cheese, Itomcdy. Don't wait till losses havo or are about to oeour. but go now and Cakos, Crackers, Oysters and all kinds got It fiom Penny's Drug Store. of Cnnnod goods at Warren & Shanks'. PEBSONALAHD SOCIETYGOSSIP. Mokes the food more delicious and wholesome CO.. HtW YORK. GO T0- - Lirru: Mary chicken pox. "IW r Haknks Wiurkn id numbers to families In ter in Somerset. the county. -- :Miss Jknnii: Np.wland Is visiting relatives In Garrard. y Rrsignkd. Constable T. G. l'KKTTV Miss Salllo Shelton Isnsslst-- j has resigned and the Huston- Ing In the Louisville Store. vlllo magisterial district is now with Miss Florbncb Harris, of Laneas out a- constable. He says ho made Wo opened the eis)ii with l.")0 Now Kur Collnrettty. Of these vc lmve tor, Is the guest of Miss Mary Cash. nearly 200 arrests during the year he left only n few ol'n Myjo, mill our intention now is to oiler nt silo n Dit. Kij Alcorn, the Hustonvillo served but made no monoy. medico and magnate, was here yesterd f goodly number ot to reductions w'O oflbi uro Wk know of at least 10 tailor-mad- e day. M)ld them, and that prii'O was low. Thoro prices will ho good kv thiin wo suits that A. H. Robertson & Rro's. ud. I'ROl. C. fl. Holmik Is regularly until the goods siro Mild, hut lon't wait. If you hnvn't one, you are wanting engaged as assistant at the Academy sold In this yountv alone, nnd the mait and here h your clmiu-cjority of them were bought at higher now. Mrs. Klla Hkwitt went to Louis-vlll- prices than the ones advertised at 810. yesterday to visit her brother, Joe Read their ad. in this Issue and embrace the opportunity they offer. I tout. MltS. It. II. Logan Is attending the Closi: Call. The severe wind of rounlon of the Kotcham family nt Kan- Monday afternoon blew down a large sas City. ash tree in Mr. John Englcman's yard We are now showing a great line of Shoes and Boots for Men and Hoys, manufac Cot., john Hamilton, who has and his wife was struck by the limbs. been visiting his ton here, left for One arm was a little hurt, but had she tured by Iluell it Son and tho Forwood Mfg. Co. Cu'.tda Tuesday. been five feet nearer she would unTmk law firm of Harding & ltawllngs, doubtedly have boon killed. of Danville, was hero yosterdav seeing Tim little story we printed of Ben after a ease in court. , And get prices before making your Fall purchase. Mrs. II. A. IMucn nnd Mrs. Kd McCormack's adroitness as a chicken thief seems to have made everybody Price, ol Garrard, were guusls of Dr. mad connected with It. It was Intended A. S. Prlco this week. Crab Orchard, Ivy. Dr. It. M. Phkm'S went up to Madi- n a bit of pleasantry and if any of son yosterday to eat Thanksgiving them Is mad enough to light, come to this olllco and wo will not be here if we dinner with his parents. Mil. J. S. Hlhdsoi. went over to know lir&t that you will come. Covington Tuesday to visit bis grandtill' Broken. George D. Weather-fordaughter, Mrs. II D. Gregory. who was here from IJu&tonvllle COLLARETTES. ono-liulone-thir- An international inouoy order ofHce likely to bo established here. PostMcUobcrts has master Florence has many calls for such orders by our foreign population, visiting hin sis'K0 500 which Is Nun-nelle- BEAZLEY & CHIT For your Thanks- - - tho'-c.Tli- o Giving Order . o Finest quality Real Beaver Collarettes, were $25 now $16.75 Collarettes of Alaska Seal skin, handsome silk linings, for NEW SHOES. W. 4 $6.90 Alaska Sealskin with Persian Lamb Yokes, were $12.50, $7.90 now One fine Black Marten Collarette, was $27.50, now $18.75 Ode Im. Stone Marten Cape, full silk lined, for $9.90 Genuine Grey Krimmer, with Grebe Breasts, were 15.00, $9.90 Same with finest Mouflon Border, were 15.00, now $9.90 Finest Electric Seal, with Grebes on shoulders, were 11.00, now $6.90 Genuine Alaska Sealskin sweep, $19.50 Capes, with Imitation Grey Krimmer Co$2.50 llarettes for Good quality French Seal $1.50 Collarettes for Genuine Monkey Collaettes $6.90 Come And See Our Line E. PERKINS. d, ! ALLUN, of yestorday, tells us that Mrs. C. C. Mlllorsburg, arrived yesterday to spend had her hip brokon while goThanksgiving with her homcfolks. ing to Danlllo Monday. The horse Mlt. J. S. lIu.VDt.RY Is back from sua and Miss Grace VanArsdalo were Washington county where he, with driving, scared and in her efforts to several friends, killed .'!00 birds. get out Mrs. V. fell with tho above We open this week a pretty line of Mrs. ItoSAi.i.vo Niismtt, Miss Mat- - result. tie Noweomb and Judgo R. G. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, wore here yesTH K item tolling of tho adoption of a terday. kltton by a one chicken hen belonging Thanksgiving Is hereby madu to to the editor of this paper has gono our friend, Col. W. V. Sheridan, who tho rounds cf the press, which will knowing our wcaknoss for a soft pencil, now take notice that tho poor little In both Cotton and Wool. Fascinators and Zephyr Shawls for evening wear. Handtabby is dead. Tho hen insisted 00 sent us a dozen No. Is. 4 some Mack Silk Mits, more of those elegant Mrs. A. 12. HrNDLKY, of Danville, keeping it under her wings and it was and Mrs. Martha McAllster, of Orlando, smothered to death, a genuine case of Fla., left for their homes yosterday killed by kindness. after a pleasant visit to Mrs. II. It. n opDr. Goldstkin, the Hrlght. Mt. Storllng Sentinel. tician, will be at tho Mycra House, MR. Klmork Kstks, from 3-y- d. Rowland to Richmond, came down Tuesday, Nov. 20, giving our citizens In light Pink, Iiluc and Ited liaid The big drive iu Men's Fine Dress Shirts, ColSunday In response to a message an- an opportunity of having their eyes lars. Cuffs nnd Ties advertised last week are going fast Come at once if you want IIo makes a them. The cold wave comes this time to stay, get ready for It nnd buy all your nouncing the sciious illness of his lktcd with glasses. thorough examination of the eyes of Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, &c ilow. Oar goods are the best tho cash can buy. mother, Mrs. M. S. Kstos. Glasgow each individual, and prepares glasses Our prices can not tie beat, our expenses are light and we are satisfied Kith a small News. Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Lytlk will have suitable for each one. All who are profit. weak eyes or defective a number of their friends to enjoy suffering eyesight should see Dr. Goldstein. Thanksgiving dinner with them at the St. Asaph today, of whom tho editor ATilowlnnd a few days ago Judgo and his family would bo included, but Willis Harnett attempted to arrest Jeff fpr a previous engagement. Ilelden for fast riding, when tho latter S. Walton Foruy, of Klkton, who struck him several times. Marshal married pretty Miss Lizzie Twldwoll, l'ul Rogers appeared on the scene and rfi of this county, seems to havo turned preacher. Leastwise tho Progress says arrciou uaruott, saying unit lie, m he wilt taKo too place ol itev. Thomp- Kogers, was the man to make arrests. son, who is absent, on the ThanksgivWilliam Murphy finally took charge hi ing program. Goods j list as advertised, AYc never advertise of Beldon, who was to havo been tried goods which we hnvn't in slock. n r e sen mem yesterday before II. J. Darst. IIo reLOCAL HAPPENINGS, fused to bo tried before Judgo Burnett. at prices advertised. were fr7."0 Heavy 1'lnid Hlitek Golf Capo-- . Cor Unlit nnd M -. Hoisting jacks for sale or rent. A. Thkiu: is being placed on Main ' Cloth Cnpps, with llounce, lmve boon SN..)0 nml ".."iO, choice C. Sine. - n..i. Street In tho place of metal, :i sticky Plush Cnpe with Morten Collars ami edgr, made of fmost Plush, and Window lights, putty, etc.. at Craig mini that will bo a loblolly all tho whilined throughout with SI quality ThU'cui Silk, huvo been $17.-5- 0 & Hooker's ter and stlllo tho people with dust next 9 sn.no mid'S lfi choii'O HiiATiNG Stovos at reduced prloos at summer. We asked Mayor Monefee, si.oo Warren & Shanks'. who ordered It and he reforred us to 3 SS.50 now go for Ciipes which havo the s'rset committee, Messrs. Peyton MIGHTY good overcoats going migh- and Elmore. Wo went to tho latter m ty cheap at Suvaranco it Sons. ; and ho says he opposed It. Dr. Peyton o deniss responsibility, and I AM selling bast quality soft steol doubtless d ft5 rooting at very close prices. A. C. there you are. It ought to be stopped IS VV and stopped at oneo or the streots will Xoi so many in stock its we had lat week, hut enuugli to make a very at- Sine. &i bo ruined. (3 tractive .Mile at the prices wo quote. .Jackets made of tlm'st grades of Ive-r- Cai.L and see tho new novelties in TllK reception given in honor of Miss v lined throughout with fancy Taf-- picture frames, &c. W. 11. Mel lob- srv.u. Mi'ltntw nnd L'ovortn. and Munford, their handsome and stylish iota Silk or heavy Hlack Satin, in tan.--, castors, blues and black, have been orts. guest from Franklin, by tho Misses m KusilT barrels pure applo vinegar Alcorn, Tuesday afternoon, was attenduntil now Slo. Tnko your pick now for 8.90. &3 for sale. W. C. White, ed by a very largo crowd of ladles who " So on through our stock. Every article is the J l'arksvlllc. speak of tho function in tho highest best, the money can buy. Prices always as low Jg I AM paying $1.00 a barrol for corn terms. Miss Jean Wallace, Miss Isaand olten lower than others. and 17Jo for eggs. Uring them In. bella Bailey's visitor from Arkausas, assisted in receiving and also won many Mark Hardin. . m m m a m. mm v m vm cnconlums. Coffee, frappc, cake and r.iv A little money goe a long ways in other refreshments wero served and ?1 The grcatc--t values you will fee. All colors in suas 112, 31 and oil, worth our underwent and blanket stock. Sov the occasion was without tho Usual &; Sons.' stiffness that mars such receptions. more, S10. luntnlly great values in oranco f d more to any where tho Get our prices on steel roofing in Contral Kentucky. All Suits up to S25. Uest lino to select from Old Major Hays, for tho last half you cover your house. J. K. fashionable shades and materia!-- , tho latest simper, and ln- -t hut not lca-- t, tho figure in Stancontury a & Son. ford, has gone tho way of all tlesh. Ho Lowest Prices'. Foit low prices and host quality lum- was a peusionor of tho government ber, lath, shingles, doors, sash and and tho county, but tho sums received from both wero hardly sufficient to mako blinds seo A. C. Sine. Headquarters For his last years free from want and toll. ' A. C. SlNi: hassold G. It. Engleman He claimed to bo of groat age, but Mr. lumber to enlarge and Improve his, J. C. nays, whose father raised him, homo In the Sholby City Bcctlon. thinks ho wasn't moro than 70. Scvorul pre- years ago, wo asked blm his ago when TUB officers of the Livingston cinct in Kookeastle, which gave Davi- ho replied by asking us, "How old Is son 'Ml majority, closed tho polls and Marso Jimmy Wurron?" Wo told him '1)2. ''Well I nusscl went to dlnnur, but it was not thrown that he was about him," was his answer, which would out in tho count. havo mado him at least 100, flvo years Am compelled to settle with tho State ago. Ho never forgot his early train Nov. '50 and you must pay your taxes ai ing and was always polite and deferenonco to enable mo to do so. Itciucmber tial to whlto people. Life's fitful fever 0 per coot, will bo added Dec. 1. This is my last call before advertising. S. over, let us hopo tho old man rests woll. M. Owens, sheriff. Van-Arsdalc MR. AND MH3. S. M. New Goods STILL COMING. ! Ladies' Fancy Knit Skirts 11-- well-know- Wool Blankets, mail-age- JOHN P. JONES. Cloth & Plush Capes. :- mmwmmmmmMm' "X"OTJ"WrIHiXjB1IIsriD now-Ne- -- Im-o- Ladies9 Jackets. liuiiil-omel- ... m m- I g -- We sell the best $1.50 Shoe for $1.50. We sell the best 25c La- 1 dy Vest at 25c. We sell the best $2 Boot for $2. e sell tne best $iu buit for $10. We sell the best 5c Calico for 5c. three-yeurs-o- ld, Those $10 Tailor Suits. one-thirone-hal- s m. m m m m mMmmmmmmMmWMmz bo-fo- re Van-Ar-jda- lo well-kno- wn J tf .BAUGHMAU&CO Danville, Kentucky, Shipstuff, Hay, Cornehpp, Oats: &c. - tvir: t"r :t.w TmTJ - vT f w-- M AT AN AUCTION SALE. A, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL . AT SJ rjEQR YKAK m not o paid ma. CO I' ADVANCE will e charged. -- W to & Scene In Which Every Lovlnsr Woinnn Wltll'luilSiinic- thlriK IntcrcadiiR. llnr-Rnln- . ETSTIUHl IPmlKc No. 5 No. 4 No. 21 No. 22 TIME GIBD DIVISION. at l:W a. m. 2:10 A. !. 12:00 DAY. 2:110 KENTUCKY CENTRAL ArrrlTcs at Stanford Leaves Stanford at Arrives at ltowland Leaves Stanford at KNOXVILLE at No. U Train going North " No,2C " " outh " No. 25 No. 23 " For alllPolnta. BO'IOH TICKCTS SOLO. HAGOAOE CHECKED THROUGH For any Information enquire of THE BIRD WE WORSHIP. The Interior Journal, usually DIVISION. shows its preference for the rooster, ..12 87 p in but the turkey is the bird it worships ........... .. 2 41 a in tot ay and so do our sisters and our ..12 13 a m ,. Ulpm cousins nnd our nunts. WAR ECHOES. - r. M. The vase was about 13 inches high, nnd of varying diameter. It was of Rome sort of crockery or china ware, nnd it was as ornate as n Loncsotnc-hurs- t cottngc. On one side was a Wat-tca- u young woman, clad in a truly rural pink sntin puify skirt, mostly all plaits, and) an apple-gree- n bodice, nlso satin, and n "shepherdess" hat that must have cost, at least $24.SO, nnd white silk stockings that ended in pink satin slippers (high heeled), apparently No. 12 children's size. The young woman was engaged in holding on to the kind of shepherdess' crook tho shepherdesses used always to carry in t he old days gilded and v ith vn silk ribbons tied all over it. She was also industriously engaged in gazing into the branches of a sapphire blue cherry tree, wherein a very red nnd very spanknble Cupid was doing the lhat it is among the possibilities irriocd, among the probabilities that this vawze for which you. now offer me such paltry sums may at one time ijave embellished the boudoirs of queens? that the fated Marie Antoinette herself " "Three-fifty,- " said another man with, a low forehead, but a bright, alert eye. u was at whs point mat tlie tldcrly woman, with the and the fat- purse, walked In. The love of tradition shone In her eyes, and she Hashed a look of contempt at the tleter-mined-lookipoppy-coveicdbonn- et ed awarp 20 YXABS hinnnA. it 1. .H'SUMR .1 lOr In scientifically testing a ml correotlr.g all i!nfitftltn nvn Klfrlit. No clmrirn ..M ..!....,,.- I'Jl'li ll.'..l...lu. ivi kiu.bvi specially ground untl lit In frutno of any Orders from nninplei. nietnl promptly llltoil. Will call at your place of IniHlncsa ar residence without extra clinrge. AdilrvM I.. (.'. POWKI.h. Optl-clu- n. If required. Hox 57, IIURtouvlllo, Ky., or cnll at AilamV Drug Stow. EXPERIENCE, ' NOTICE. Tho Partners Hank .t Trust Co.. located In tho rHato of Kentucky, I doting up Hi nlTalr-t- . All creditors of said Hunk therefore are licruliy notified to pre no nt their clalinsngntnitt said Hank for payment. J. Il.OWSI.KV, Oahler. at Stanford, TO TAXPAYERS ! entire Tlio Lincoln County National Hank, of Stanford. Ky., Inn succeeded tho Farmer Hank & Trust tJo.. of Pinufonl, Kv-- . nnd Iiixh assumed alt its lliil.llltk's, iioti nnd IiubIiicvs. S. J. II. fllANKS. Proiltlcut. It, OWtfLr.V, Cashier. Tho Alabama Lcglslnturo voted 8500 to buy Lieut. Hobson a sword. JOE S. MCE, Agent, Tho soldlors are all pone and LexStanford, Kr ington is again as dry as last year's CINCINNATI. FRANKFORT AND almanac. Gen. Brooko cables that tho reports of dtsordors in Porto Rico have been exaggerated, only a few bandits having been killed by American troops. A magazine editor cabled to Dewey an otTcr of 3,000 for a short article on the Philippines. His reply by cablo was: "Thanks; but I am too busy." Dowoy writes a friend in Vermont: "I trust the cntiro archipelago will bo, retained by tho United States. Any other arrangement would lead to no end of trouble." The mustering out of the 8th Ohip dollar" in id she. pushing through the crowd close to the auctioneer's stand. "Ah. madam," said the auctioneer, "you have arrhud in season. It is rend-il- y to he determined that you know n good thing when you that you have a Tho Ladies ItcM.nurant is the Iliiot In cultivated eye. that Is to say, for such A GOOD LITTJLE HOME, the city. Kvery convenience for ladle spending the day In tlie ctly. perfect products of a sadly deterioPOIt PAI.K IMtlVATF.I.V. (entlunen's Cafe on olllcu lloor. rated art as this. Yet I fear you. too, and lot of 4 1 offer for salo my liuuu strike too low a ncte. Five i am ofTHOMAS A. MULLICAN, and 4 poll feredwho then, is to make it ten? ncres McKlimey on of land. lylnR .Vouo mile Cofley tho McKlnney from JInnnger. who makes It ienV nh, ten I am o- Mill pike. Dwelling good niul outuulldlngH ffered" BttlHclont. lor term apply to me on uiu Music Tiusadav, Thurid.iy and Stindnr j'.vunit)". Nobody in the room had spoken. The nrcmUct, or to John I. Oah t TurnoM- determined-lookinelderly woman looked around defiantly and adjusted Sale. her spectacles defiantly. Nice Home "ten I nm offered who makes it I will sell prlvnteh inv homo on Danville g bidders. "Five All Taxes nru due anil must be paid at once or property LOUISVILLE HOTEL Louisville. Ky., will be advertised for sale at December Court. AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN Sheriir. S. M. OWENS, For fifteen?" FIRE INSURANCE Trains leave Frankfort at 6:50 a. m. and 3 r. m., onnectlng at (leorgctown with tj. A C. and reaching Paris at 8:40 a. m. and 3:10 P. m. Leave 1 arls teorKe-tow- n 19:20 A. M. and 5:30 P. M.. connectlne at at 11:55 with Q. A C. and reaching trankfort ,Ud JOSEPH It. NEWTON, A. O. P. A. QUEEN & CRESCENT. w H. 1 P ? "FIVE I Alt OFFEHED." volunteer infantry, "The President's Own," is in progress. Tho muster out usual act with n bow and arrow. On 6 STA.NKOHD, KV will include 1,010 soldiers, officers and the other side a young man with more or less of tho snme make-uwithout men, requiring over 8135,000 to pay tho skirt, was climbing a gilt MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. ladder them. H. C. Lancaster, : Kentucky. A cablo from Paris says that several into a gilt balcony shaded by 'Pyrin n purple vines. of tho American Peace Commissioners The auctioneer held it up. tho law provided In such cios. Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndsd Porters are engnglng passage for tho United "What am I offered for this real T. D. NKWI.AND. S. II. HAl'UIIMAX. table. Everything AUTUMN STRING TIES. The S9 J. W. HAt'OUMAS. A. M. PIINCR, States on tho American liner, St. thing?" he Inquired, insinuatingly. meet all trains. M " HAt'OIIMAN. K. K. I'ATTIMWOX. "Ladies-angentlemen, the age of this Muriel Paul, which sails Dec. 10. This is taMK-Which Von Cnn Construct S. II. SHAXK!?. V. OUIMVS. ' k. mavK. All the Xerk l'uriilahlns You j. b. i.Yxx. ken as practical evidence that the vawze is beyond my humble computa A. S. PRICE, Stanford, Kv., T M. WAKK. J. II. McKINXr.V. Mn - .Weil. psacc settlement with Spain is at hand. tions. Moreover, I do not like to go SI. 1'KI.AND. J. ? OWSI.KV. SU. A. beyond facts that I know. I do know Surgeon A French statistician states that the Is Receiving liis And Dentist, that this vawze adorned the home of String tics enjoy as much popularity HWtoil total number of men permanently under tho Russian minister Cacky Cacky-owsk- y as any other neck finishings NOTICE. this year, Yt'Jutcr.GoodN. arms is 4, 0,000. Jf universal war Stanford, Ky. something like that to this and the secret of their ultra fashion-ablenes- s I herebv given to all porxuis holding Linbroke out there would be couutry 72 years ago. It passed from lies in the t.orios lts. ''t- . to Drug Ooo over McRoberU Uulldlng.Store in theCOwsley men ready to take up arms at once. his unwilling keeping when he was re- inexpensive ns well fnct that they are coln County Uond of uudorslRimd tornralt-te- e Goods Warranted. present same to tho as comfortable. Fit Guaranteed. for paymunt. This OctoUjr IT. I'K Placed In one line tho soldiers of the called to the household establishment The autumn nscots and of tho czar. Tho many vicissitudes ilKO it. cooi'KH, aro narrow. All kinds of fancy Give Him a Call. world could cover tho equator right through which this vawze has passed HAUVKVIIKLSI. around tho earth. I'ommlttee. Tho return of the Legion from Porto in flnnlly renching my humble but reverent hands, ladies and gentlemen, Rico is to bo mado tho occasion for a wore too pathetic to relate. It suf FIRST NATIONAL BANK royal greeting by the citizens of Louis- fices to say that It is a gem fit to have OF STANKOUP, KV. ville, who are making grand prepara- adorned Versailles as, Indeed, who GRASS KTOSSHISS. FALL 'Do. BLUZ tions for their arrival about Dec. 1. hall say that it never did adorn VerCaplUl SUck S190.0SO. Ssrplu:, S15.760 The commercial club is erecting at tri- sailles? Ladies ant? gentlemen, I ask Everv thlnic for Orelmrd. ltwn and Dentist, Stanford, Ky. umphal arch for the occasion at 4th you to make mc an offering for this MiruM. Attention at the public I rill. I'rult and Ornamenthl Treen. .V McKInnoy's Store. the fjrttkat Ofllca over Wgglns vawze, keeping in mi ml " lhll tbeoHlT .NiUomi )lnV. in Slfor0. I'd Koc. Vim, 'mall lruitt.InIthtilwrh. Aspar- iler tlie liruvWtoiM Ml the NathH,a EollcIU a share of the patronage of tho com and Jefferson streets. Prinurerls4. Hank Art agus and nil stok jrrown "Two dollars " said a coarse, brutal 00 munlty. Since tho Declaration of Independ- mnn dc.oeltrart'MS'wrv"l mttoMty I.t llierar4tal itvik ce reasonable a we employ " agent. at tho far end of the room. but hy the tiKklM.ler' llahifltjr lor an amount to ,,HUiUigiieonapili,athiii ence the United States has had ti.x equalln theitok Mtlut drittiort)iU The auctioneer looked grieved. i II. I IIII.hKNMKVni:. are teciirwl a fuit.1 ol orn not counting tho little differences (.01 i.rxliifiu. Ky. UtewenKtrftiM hj roAdltiouotfSUt.fM) Klve mail "Surely," said he, "you jest. Surely, Telephone 271). the ilabk am JX-JtfcGkAYMrh jut to tha In Up. Slt ith tho Indians. These were: Tho you must be unaware of the merits of uTrrnwtut and iL J i: M4,.. ic extulMrl at latl llmr hr fv riiiomt ar of the Revolution, the war of 1SI2, the cherished school of ceramic nrt to atfonl, thm Hvurlmr .WllllHil au.1 uM DR. R. lu JiiSIoi. the war with the Barbary States, the which this" SOME I'ltliTTY COL.LAUS AND TIES. p3j Thli litMliutlan arialnally rtahlrsi a thi p. "Two V a half," put in another low Hank of Slanfnnl U IM, hn roorKanUedat Mexican war, the war for the Union churl, with a businesslike eye, up near goods nre made into these ties, though HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & lh .NatloaalmJUiik ufstantonl In ltA andnoin and tho war with Soain. titi. int Nitlmal lUuk f Maiiford rurnlat lil prartlcally stripes and dots nre generally prestand. In liWf.haj iuutilBt4rrtrI Though the cruiser Teresa has been the auctioneer's said SURGEON, ( f..r "I perceive," the auctioneer, ferred. The wearer of a plain silk tie yir. It Ii U4om uuikil now iit will UrilUitta fcr trawrtlnr but abandoned on Cat island after an in- twidly, "that a spirit of ami 111. h, fashionable; the person who merriment perlallytlian nor In lu ln and hoorat. Stauford, - - Kentucky. ;Tr..A.?,,,,"u.0' 'dividual, llduiarln.,flrui spection by a naval ofllcer, another vades the room this morning. It is a in n satin tie is more acd Individual Klldi,-d- . officer says tho ship simply ran her sorry enough reflection that a gem, a hut he or she who tics around the colOlllcoover Illgglns.V: JWfliinev'a Store. (VINKCTOai. nose into the land and can be pulled prize of this character, ladies and lar n tie of the same material as the V. Itel.1, Uncolti Co.; J. w. lUy.lon, Stanford shirt or shirt waist Is observing the off. Ho hints at queer doings by the gentlemen, that a generation ago s. If. llaiigliiHao. " S.T.Iiarrii, J h ll.s:kr, " very acme of fashion. sj T I'. Hill, crow which abandoned the Teresa, would have been grabbed at 1V " w. a TfO.i.i. W.l' Walton ' "Well, call it three." said tho first 1: ii.CoIII'r.Crah OrrhM M. J. Mlllr. Ml.Vrrnoc. Unclortalcor, saying that all tho port-hol- es had been Qnrcn Vlclnrln'n I'nn tries. make a Kentucky .M , u.ramore, fclaufonl. The pantries at Windsor castle con- austonvillo, - - left open, allowing the vesvel to fill man to friend," bid. orncim, "My said the nuelioneer, tain gold more rapidly. J S. Hot nr, I'troMont, J.J MI'.olrt CahU shaking his head mournfully, "nre you $7,500,000. and silver plate valued at OftVn hl.Mrrvlcc. to the A A MrKlnofy,A,.un(n,t,l.r ptVfni ,J''n And Dealer in and Cawy counllm. run itoci. of Uinsiand Cak. The Havana Lisiitkd. The first etatlwayaon hand. 'Ji D. b. OanxintiT. Manager. HARNESS, SADDM.RY, &C. American railway to announce train service for the especial hcneflt of travel STANFORD, KY. to tho West Indies has heen heard TIMi TtH from. Tho Queen & Creecent Route wiro !! ' 1'nlln llranelianil Wo aro In the trade with ID aro announcing a fast train known as Corn. Out. mi it other good Coals. Also lln. tho "Florida and Havana Limited." lilpstulT. Hour. Ao. We alo lmnillo Uriel, and stand. lluiimmlHir we Hike Par in Progo Into service from Cincinnati PENirriCATKS It will ducts In exchange. Prompt delivery and to Tampa, Jacksonville, Miami,-Mobil-e attention to nil order. Olllco nnd i"ules ' EIGHT GREAT STATES near L. A N. depot. Toleelioao No. nnd New Orleans. This exponent of PKlVUIN A I'KNt'K. tho genuine American idea of getting P. P. Wo nltto enrrv Sewing Machine. Keutackv, Tcnnessrc. Virginia, (Jeorcla North nnd tfoutli Curollim, PnrtH and AttaehmonU ami do all Winds of Into the field early will be a complete Aliibuma. . repairing. vcstlbuled service, with diners, observation cars, wldo vestibules, electric Through Sleeping d)iJJWluwHr.u)iYii)tnwjn headlights, and nil the paraphernalia of tho modem railroad train. It is Hetwcen I.ouUvlllu and tho South. 'chicles of All Kinds. chiefly to bo marked as being first in Is the THREE IIAILY TRAINS Tlie JziJriJLC3"-E3-,JLRoute to juot field for tho new territory which of JLJ- coming under tho protection 'r"T5j Each way between Loulsvllloand Lexington the greatest Hag on earth. Train will MjUrtC". aB W. A. TUKIC, C. P. A.. make fast time to ports named und will 'jWashington. I). O. 1connect with fino steamer service to ir .J Ii'I.?,-' U km. i.. W. If. TAVI.OB, A. O. P. A. r various ports in Cuba, Porto Rico and i IC r Loulfivlllo. Jamulcu. It marks a new era in railWILLIAM S HELTON. PRESIDENT. roading in this country. e 8 03 pin " iu " No. 9 " No. 1 does not stop. No. 2 stops only for pis.en-gerfrom South of Somerset. 9 and 10 run no than Junction City and 5 and 6 only to Somerset. fun-th- No!s Trains pass Junction City as follows: 4 12 02 p m No. 2 North South 4 " ..... .....1149am ii . 11 pm 1118am " " . mowiua ar l?ipm tfifiVii r '!W3:fl -- n.H-HfFfl "' K jSVi i..rV Mason Hotel T - p, "And sold to this lady with tho cul- Etcs Examined and Glasses '.Scientifically lC2) tivated voice for twenty-fivAdjusted. dollors," stid the auctioneer, snnpplngly. "Oh. yes." said the auctioneer, In an ensy whisper to a friend, "when you can get 'em to bid against themselves you're all right." Then he sold Wuhtive. posted our lands mid hereby another vase of the came sort for $2.50. warn all iktmiiih from trespassing on them for anv purjxwo whatever, under penalty of Washington Star. about her. l iiteen dollars." said the determined looking woman, nnd all of the rest of the room's assemblage looked on with a very great silence. "Fifteen I nm offered It is dreary enough to reflect upon It but fifteen I nm offered fifteen fifteen now, who Is to display the acumen alul make me ah, twenty " Nobody in the room had spoken. "Twenty-fiv- e dollars." snld the rmined-looking woman, nnd she didn't notice the grins of the cnnnille dete- from Stanford. Contain pike, i'i I wi-l- l linttroved nnd one of tho w L neri. Oreouberry nicest places about town. l llrlRht. .Stauford, Ky. iiulen DR. R. GOLDSTEIN. Of No 514 Pourth Ave., Insurance Company OF HROOKU'N. Louisville. -ho - Kentucky, the Will at Myers House, Stanford, on Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1898, Iteturatng ouo day la each month. Caledonian : Insurance Co., oi Scotland. KOUND1ID 1HOO. R.B.MAHONY.Agt, RUPLEY, POSTED. first-clas- s. Merchant Tailor, Fall li- - j- - four-in-hnn- DR. P. W. CARTER, Fruits, Flowers, Shade! Jar-de- n. 1 1 iMttltti-Uji- 1 m I M. PHSLPS. is-- po-- ll 1 np-pea- rs ir.llr e, J. T. SXJTTOKT, tJUDEBTAKEE! tIe Brown Wagons, Timothy and Clover Hay, Spring Wagons, , NOTICE. Soutnern Railwaij i G TAKE THE wniCTnmrw mxm&inMm Billboards, Tj Gtc. .Mlssl-,li- l. Cars Popular . CHICAGO. Vice-Pres. Stanford Female College. f- - -- I ji -r . fc.t aTi '. f Frank J. Reed, Gen. Pass. Agt., E. II. Bacon, Dis. Pass. Agt. A piece of Uannel dampened with "Full Course of Study in Literature, Science, Music, Art and Elocution, under cul W. II. McDoel, experienced it Gen. Mgr Chamberlain's Pain Halm and bound tured and attention giventeachers to Primary aud Preparatory Classes, 'Special Charles II. Rockwell Trallic Mgr. on to the affected parts is superior to Call Ht the College and get a copy of our New Catalogue, or write tor ono to MRS. any plaster. When troubled with a NANNIE, S.SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Stanfotd, Ky. pulu In the chest or side, or a lame 50 YEARS hack, give It a trial. You aro certain EXPERIENCE to bo more than pleased with tho prompt relief which it uffords. Puin Balm is also a certain euro for rheumatism. For sale by Craig fc Hooker, Druggists. K "Willie, you'll bo sick," said his Trade Marks Desiqns mother, us bo handed up his plato for Copyrights &c. more of tho fowl; "this is the third Anyone tending a sketch and description mar qtilckJr acertnln our opinion freo w tber an time you havo been helped." "I know Invention ts probablr patrntablo. Communtca. uonjuirtctirnmndentlal. llandbaokon I'atcm It, mamma," replied tho llttlo aent free. OMent aeencr for sccnrlnir uatentn. IatFuU tuken tlirouirb Stunn & Co. rccctvo "but that turkey pecked at me tfiacicUnolUt, without charge. In tho once, nnd I'm getting even." Chicago Scientific Dally News. a Ahandaomelr lUmtrated vreeklr. iJirsest Hr any .ctentitlo Journal. Terms, 13 a cnlaUon of At Ton Por Cent. Lower Than Anybody. See Us Before You Buy. The number of people at presen snar: four raontbi, L tsild by all newidealcn. who speuk EaglUh is said to be WJNN & Branch Offli, es V Bt, Waihlajton. D. 0. TnK BEST PLASTER. Next Session Will Open September 5th "Big Four Route," Pent lino to and from All points in Michigan, 'it. ggsiz& ar $$- &- Toledo and Detroit. CHICAGO. Whlto City Special. tho Best Terminal Station, HAVE HELP HANDY If the turkey works Indigestion n little mischief. follows jjrmjra American. LOOK HERE Wheat Drills, ! bomethnc Thanksgiving feast. Wo have Jnninlca Ginger, Colic cure, Itipnn'sTabules, Beecham'fl Pills and many other well known nnd efficient reme- ST. ZiOTJZS Avoiding tho Tunnel. Corn Harvesters, BOSTON. dies. Just as well havo ono or two of d, X)isc Harrows, Cc'BNewYork 116,-000,0- B. K. WEAKEN A SOAT. them in the house. Puirut Parlor Cars. Wagnor Sleeping We aim to run a perfect drugstore and Cars Private Compartment Cars, Coaches and Dining Cars. sell only pure Drugs. We make every eflie sure your tickets read via BIG FOUJt. fort lo please and satisfy our customers. E O. McCORMIOK, D. B. MAIJTI N, t Pass. Trafhc Mor, den. Pass. ATkt. Apt .CINCINNATI, O. Ko-ega- NEW yore:. Wagner Sleeping Cars. nt ' Penny's Drug Store. i