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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898112901 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. ' ' Sr3t" rJ5" Vy ri VA IT "- - " SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1898. NO. 7T MATRIMONIAL XXVII. NEWS IN THE VIC1HAGE. I . MATTERS, CRA3 ORCHARD, DANVILLE, Marlon county tittt loused llvo moro lluston-vlll- o Forty-thr- eo couples wero licensed to pikes nnd freed thorn. Boylo county bought tho plko ut 8l,3T0 u mllo. wud at Cincinnati Thanksgiving day. R. Graham Prico and Miss Mary Waiker wero married at Danvlllo last I I IMnovlllu Is to have a now bank, to bo wool:. h m Thomas B. Jasper aud Miss Annio U. known as tho State Hank. ClaudoMuso is In Jull at Middloi-- j Jones, popular Somorsot people, wero boro charged with beating hlu wife to married Friday. Mr. Lou Moore, thu llorist at State j death. College, Lexington, was married to MlBS.lUliniCeU,awoil-Knowni:iiiiro- u worker of Lancuhter, was stricken wltli Miss May Alloway, at Nlcholasvllle. Jamus D. Cosby, Into of Junction paralysis. Squire C. G. Carpenter, for years City, and Miss Beatrice Morrlsscy, of postmaster at Hazel l'atch, died lust Lexington, woro married ut. Covington. Louis VnnArsdall, city treasurer of week, aged 70. Marsee, for killing Klohard Harrodsburg, and Miss Mattio Walker Charles Stnpluton at Lily, Laurol county, was will marry tomorrow ut Cornish vlllo. MUs Carrie Hardin, postmaster at held In SCi.OOO, which ho gave. Huso, of MeCrenry, nnd Deputy ShorllT Alex J. M. Ilrook and Herman Laurel, had u law suit ovur a 0.'o tur- Walker, of Garrard, woro married key and tho former had to pay l'5 Than keg! vlng. Miss Ellu Chupmau died at Akron, costs. W. M. IJowtnnn, 10, is In jail at O., the day before her inarrlago was to Kiehmond, chnrged with the torriblo have taken place, nnd oho was burled crltnu of Incest. Hla daughter bore a In her bridal robes. John Moore, 22, and Miss Mollle, the child by him. Tho Central University foot ball 18 year old daughter of Mr. George team defeated that of Contro College, Parrlsh. of tliu Hast End. were married last night at his residence. at IUchmond, by a ooro of !J0 to 0. Philip J. Carr, who formerly llvod Tho court of appeals allirtned tho decision holding that corporations must at Puducah and was engaged to wed a Kentucky girl next month, was found mnku annual rojwrts to tho auditor. John Shockency, of Washington murdered at Sioux City, la. After a quarrel with her Inioband, county, was found drowned In a creek, supposed to have been mnrdered for his Mrs. William Sautele, of Guthrie, O. T., threw her baby into a deep well pension money. Tho Boylo county court bought flvo aud then jumped in herself. Both miles of the Pleasant Hill turnpike ut wc"0 drowned. John L. Shannon, for a number of 81,000 ior mile, aud the gates were yoars In tho regular army, and Miss at once. thrown oion 11. J. Durham hns bought out tho Iva M. Moran, of Mllledgeville, eloped stock of tho Danvlllo Hardware Co., to Jotlursouville Thanksgiving day and corniced Of V. K. Scott, Nlc McDow-oi- wero married. Of all the fools tho old fool Is the .Ir., and V. K. Ilaughman. drug llrm of V. II. Jackson .5; greatest. W. B. Palne and Mrs. Mary Tho Co., which has been doing business at T. lilnger met for the first time at London for 'J3 yoars, Is no more. Thoy Golden City, Mo , Wednesday and wero linvo sold out to W. II. Poyntor ft Co. married thu next day. Mips Jennie West, the handsome Chas. Nlklrk and Ilunry Lamon, forprivates In tho 2d Kontucky young lady of Harrodsburg, who need merly regiment, wore killed by a premature to tauh school hure, was murried Inst explosion of dynamite at the limestone week to Mr. Sol. C. Hioodworth, of Ilaruusvlllc, Ga. The marriage occur-o- d miarrics near Mlddlosborough. at Atlanta. Mayor Parker, of Soniorsot, subscrib Miss Suu Colemnn, of Uurgin, daughed $10 of tho town's money to tho fund to get Sam Jomcs to lecture thorn in ter of Itov.T. II. Columan, and Kev. tho fight against saloons, saying us he George Groon, of Covington, will wed did o. "It tho town don't pay It I will.' at the Baptist church in Durgin, Dec. The Advocate eavs that the trusUtos 7. Thu groom was captain of Company of Centre College should back up tho M, 2d Kentucky reglmnnt. Thursday at Union City, Madison foot ball toatn or abandon It. It also eays the Centre eleven lost tho gamw to county, a double wedding of considerCentral University because tho latter able nolo was celebrated. Mr. John Oldham wus married to Miss Lcnuah bad a butler team. "Tho Lancaster Flouring and Planlnjf Hnckcttund Mr. Goprgo Xolund claimmills has changed hands, Thomas ed for a bride Miss llusslo Brooks. Sergeant Howard Irwin, of Company Miller having sold hit half Interest to William iVard, who Is now sole C, lib Kentucky volunteors, was owner. K. G. Ward, brother, of Wilat Louisville, for liam Ward. ll! bo Inislno&w manager. while homo on a wedding trip, aud was Clarence Coloman did not join tho not only minced to thu ranks, but 1st Territorial as lis Intended. He given a guard house sentence besides. Win. Vaughan, of Horso Cavo, who made application, and ilnding that It would not L'o to Cuba but stay at Al attempted recently to run on with Miss bany, Ga., till winter Instead, ho gave Barllia Crahtrce, but was overtaken by the old man aud madu to glvo her up, tho Intention and returned to was moro fortunate in thu second at Mrs. Elizabeth Mitchell, of Porry-vlll- tempt aud they spcnt..Thankbglvlngas colobrated tho Dlst anniversary husband and wife. of hor birth with a family reunion, at At Bayvllle, L I , William Cornell, which tlvo generations, consisting of aged 31, arose in tho morning a hand f2 families, were represented and '2Tt some young oachelor, but that night of retired a guests. She Is the mother-in-lawith a Ilro. Joe Hopper. daughter older than himself nnd a While rendering lard In her yard, grandfather with a child old enough near IJryantsvlllo, Mm. Wesley Far- to maku remarks about him. He had ley's clothes caught ilro and tho wind unrrled tho widow Overton, aged 7(5. fanning tho llames, she was so badly Last year in n lit of angor, Miss Susie burned that she dlod next day. She Dennohy, of Lynn, Mass., threw vitrol was'JDunda daughter of Mrs. Snllle In tho eyes of her lover, Thos. Kellher, Welch and sister of Miss Halllo Welch, aud rendered him totally blind. A now Doatherage, who taught at tho warrant was Issued for hor, but tho man collego here a number of jcars ago. would not appear against her aud sho Will Tuttle, of tho llrm of Tuttle & linally went to him, begged him to forCo.utt, doing business near Perryville, give hor and mako her his wife so she tried to shoot J. V. Coppage, a Louis-vlll- o could devote her life to hlin. Thoy were drummer, with a shot gun becuuso married and sho gave him ceaseless tho latter Insisted on the payment of a attention, but the shock to his system bill which was in dispute. Tuttle, It aud tho sufTeriug his ourncd out eyes will be remembered, killed John Ham-n- caused him, dethroned his in ml and ho is now a raving maniac, tho wife, howat Junction City a year ago. Mrs. LuolndaGrconleaf, of Lancas- ever, refusing to permit him to bo taken ter, was given a dinner In celebration to tho asylum. of her 8 Ith birthday. No one nttonded Tho total receipt a from all sources under 05 years, and Mesdames Susan and Sal lie Ann of Internal revenue during thu year, Price, Susan Anderson Harris wro aged respectively 811, 77 amounted to $170,800,819.3(1, an increase 75 years. Tho aged four can not bo over last year of $15,500,819.30, and In Central Kentucky for larger by nearly 810,000.000 than for surpassed faculties and genial auy year during tho last decade. Of tho total collections, Illinois furnished How of spirits. $39,0o3,S0.09, nearly double that of Postmastor General Smith reports New York, and equaling the collecthat In tho last ilscal year tho gross tions from any other two States in the 9 country Now York Kontucky, Ohio revenuowas $89,012,018, agalust In IS80, and tho gross expendit- and Pennsylvania standing next in the ures $98,03:1,523, against $30,512,801; order named. In tho casu of tho Osteopath Murphy, tho number of postolllccs 73,000, against Within this poriod tho popu- who applied at Bowling Green for an 13,000. lation has Increased about 50 per cent, Injunction to prevent tho Stulo board whllo postal business baa multiplied of health from revoking his certificate nearly threofold. There was an In- as a physician, Judgo Settle held that the section of tho statutes under which crease In postal receipts of nearly the aggregate of 1897, tho Statu board of health claims the ovor which U cited as a proof that tho coun- right to rcfuso or to revoke such certificates on tho ground of unprofessiou try Is again prosperous. Ovor woro Issued In monoy orders, al conduct, is void for uncertainty, aud churches of Atlanta. Ho was charged that tho acts of the board against Murwith a violation of the marriage vow, phy are arbitrary and without warrant of coveting another man's wife and of of luw. Of 1,000 deaths In Europo 1(1 aru by wrecking his family, tho wlfo being violence; In tho United States 41. tlmtoLRov. J. W.Wood. l, ur-rustdot-onioMld-diobur- Saturday night there waj a candy pulling at the residence of Dr. Stapp for tho benefit of the Christian church, Many of our farmers aro busy with hog killing. A of fat hogs was shipped to the cities Frlduy by J. C. Slier and others. rogular Klondike snowstorm A struck this place about 8 o'clock Satur- morning and thu oldest cili.ens say It was tho hardest snow for muuy years r or a fw moments it was trw.at .till!' ...... l.lttt.kj t.h..A tl.l.n1 ,.,.v .... .. lll.ll ...luia ..uiu Kev. F. S. Poll lit, who had this sta tion 13 yoars ago, returned tho other day as presiding elder. He Is much larger physically and bus oxpandod ear-loa- d t The W. C. T. U. ladles met with Mrs. J. T. Lapsloy Saturday .JThW """" society continues to grow. Tho Tnanksglvlng entertainment glvon by the Gold Star Mission Baud of the Christian church was enjoyable and a success. Tho collego .mandolin, guitar nnd glee club havo received many in y tlons from othor towns to givo their concert in the interest of church socle- vita-da- DOCTORS DON'T DENY IT. The frank testimony of a famous physician. rllln to the world, he nl once found the physician hl friend. Such a remedv was what they had looked for, anil thev were prompt to appreciate it merit anil prescribe it. Perhaps no medicine known is so Kciicrally adns a patent medicine ministered aud prescribed by physicians as Dr. AVer's Sursnparllla (or blood discard, and diseases of the skin that indicate n tainted condition of the blood. Jixporlenc. has proved it to be a specific in ruch diseases, and sores of loni? Btaudh jr. old ulcers, chronic rh umatism, aud nany other like forms of iscatc have yicl led to thepcrseverinjfuseof Dr. Aycr's medicines had uttcrl) foiled. sarsupar-illaafteroth- vhen Dr. Ayer announced liin Sarsapn. """" I g. o. groat-grandfathe- r, or I woll-prcsorv- cd $:,-315,47- $,-500,0- $201,-000,0- mentally as much. His sermons wore very tine and havo been highly complimented. Thanksgiving passed off unusually quiet here. A turkey shooting at How-lau- d attracted our boat marksmen, so very llttlo shooting was Indulged In, and quail and rabbits oujoyud a season of rest. There woro services at tho Baptist church morning and night and we trust thunks quiotly ascended from many homes to the Glvorof all good Bruco. Col. McDowell is Improving! gifts. but Mrs. McDowell continues quite ill. Miss Fannlo Hcdd, one of our lovll-es- t Mr. nnd Mrs. Logan Denny are with girls, wont to Livingston to spend Mrs. Mary Bowman. Mr. Denny has Thanksgiving with hor aunt, Mrs. Dr. sold his drug store In Atlanta. Tho Cooper. Our people were very sorry "Scribblers" will meet with Chennult to glvo up Mr. J. II. Stephens' family, Huguely Tuesday evening. Mrs. Henand wish them every success In their ry Sandlfer spent Thanksgiving in hotel business at Livingston. Mrs. Louisville. MUs Nellie MeGoodwIn Boss Is Improving slowl. Messrs. gave an elegant reception Wednesday Joe and Fred Newland and Hendley evening in honor of MUses Duke and Bastln spent Thanksgiving with home-folk- s Baton. Miss DeMovIlle, of Nashville, here. and Mrs. Richard Miller, of Richmond. KJtOM AN'OTHKIt COUKBSl'ONDKNT. jure guests of Misses Mamie and Sue Mr. Mac Genton and Miss Lulu Turn-bu- ll McRoborts. Mrs. R. D. Bruce and B. will bu murried Wednesday. F. Phillips aro on tho sick list, but im HolTmau .t Ashler, of Louisville, aro proving. Miss Laura Shelby and Mr. putting In tho now bill! at J. W. James' Ward Goodloe ure members of a house distillery. party in Versailles. Miss Jennie Lee Tho-is talk of the Hastin Hotol has returned from Lexington. Rev, changing hands, but the deal has not G. W. Perryman occupied the Baptist been closed yet. uulplt Sunday. Rev. John M. Bruce, Members of the Baptist church will of Louisville, Is visiting relatives near meet nevt Sunday to try and arrange Danvlllo. Mrs. Bright Is the guest of for a pastor next yuar. her son, Ira Bright, of Lexington. J. W. James has bought 1,300 barrels Miss Anne B. Royston, of Garrard, is of corn at $1.2.1 delivered, and is still with frionds in Danville. contracting for more. itie annual praise montina fifth Frances Hrljrht, one of Crab Foreign Missionary Society" Ill d'H best colored women and one whojof the lal church waa held at the! was hold in hlli esteem by both while of Eul'umh T.00 aud black, died Sunday night. laftorncon. The disagreeable weather Mos8r. Gild Hofmann. Sam Hohnan prevented some from attending but and Joa Ma:co wont to Bee Lick hunt- - tll0 excvcs were unu,ua,lv intcroSt-hi- g tho latter part of last week. Of mU' and pathetic. The devotional bllver always brings birds. Miss ereUes wore conducted by Mr- Mnrv Maggie Buchannn went to Louisville, irvinC) followed by a talk that Wowed Uev.J. G. Livingston and daughter, sho was led of Him who said "I will go Maggie, went to Urodhfoil, MU Uct- - wth you and put words Into vour tlelllgglns went to IMrksvIlle, Mlsa iouth." Tender and nppropriatc'mc-Annl- e Hronaugh to Georgetown to bo morials wero read of Mrs Mary Nash with Miss HirtluJamtw, Morris Perkins Mrs. S. V. and W. S. Itowhnd all to Lexington to spend Thanksglv- - havng pa9sed a snco thu' ,ast Ingand Llttlo Anna Newland came from ,,raisc meeting to tho "realm where Stanford to spend Thanksgiving at tho ralnbow never fades, and the beau- uumv. .hiss .uumie Meuuro is visit,- lUul bcinJb that pas3 Moro Ud ilko lug In Uurrodsburg, Danville and Bry- - v,8onB( Btay ln om. ,lresonco forevoPa antsville. Mrs. Mary Slaughter and Miss Marlon Green read a most g MUs Kva Stcgar are both Improving. tract "A Dream " "Cast Thy upon tho waters," was sweetly Mrs. Mary Baker Kddy, dlBcovorer bread sung by Miss Flshback. Eight years and founder of Christian Science, hns just completed, so she says, the exam- - ago this society commenced tho of a Bible woman In Janau. tho Innrlnn nf lOna nf nlwinl. TO nf ttin amount, SS0..belnif contributed on this active workers In Christtan Science fl(M 11 fmi . in ununngs, aim from mind henlin.'. to confer unou them de- - ""J UJ , nl t0,ycai' tho contribution has been grees of tho Massachusetts Metaphysl- collection was $70, dlegu as healers and teachers of T0, .IUMdy cil 810 will be given by this system of mediciue, wliose only 0,ul l" crowned head Is "llvl,,.,- Sm.K,lii.lt.i..il,,oobsont members. Tho united prav- 1. "'"VI u,BUl ...!. andwhosoonlv" priet Is spiritualized open wv 'u'uers were, mat over tho graves of those lovod ones that man. Thu court of appeals holds that tho Gl)U woul(1 eonsecrato them anew to alimony allowed Mrs. A. I'. Gooding1 ,Iis service and that thoy falter not in bythoKonton court, of $75 and $175 any pooa work . '" "t additional for the maintenance of her About Dee. 11 tho Ilavana Limited child, is exorbitant aud says that the will bo put on tho Q. &. C. judgment should have been for 8."12,") 'a to Jacksonville und Tampa, It will run Fla , makyear, paid quarterly, uud In addition ing connection with steamers for Havj17.'i for tho maintenance of tho child. ana. Tho train will The court below took Into consideration ears nnd will make thoconsist of seven run in 24 hours, thai Gooding had taken up with another at an average rate of 10 miles per hour. woman in making the award. The Baldwin Hotel, San Francisco, which pre- Tho snow aud . ' 1...H....1 . . .. .. ... . . Ct .. 1, vailed Saturday nignt tnrougnoui inoi uumcu. oi. uves were lost, lour & ere injured and 10 aro missing, Status continued Sunday morning at many jKiints, and great Tho property loss is estimated at was done. Throughout Now 000,000. Lucky Baldwin, the owner, England It was the worst storm ever says he had only $lf0,000 insuranco. , known in November, and one of tho , 0n u f f . Many llshlng soverest in the history. 8eo,n , , small craft vvere wrecked, Legislature, but tho democrats vessels and In tho n ow orK HUSo say thoy and several lives lost, will unseat republican. State and In Pennsylvania tho snowfall d , , fluniltnr nr nnlinil 014U41, ...rWJ was very heavy Three Net rocs woro lynched bv Mend, of Itev. J. S. Clair, a dope fomnnu, Cn i1i vt.l. ....u t t it .,.'v ,,.r wormian, Decatur, Ala., apparently died from ."--...and the mob is said to be dose of rar. the effects of a oil0- - T'10 Noffroo8 assaulted aud an Inquest was held, with u a,ul wounded a young planter. -- ..1..1.1.. r.,.....l niiilr wii . .VI.M.WW W. U...W...1110 names ot tho new postolllces laid out and colllned, but durtug tho attendants almost show the rating tho peoplo put on tho night frightened the to death by arising and protesting heroes. Dewey has 18, Schloy five, Shufttir nnd Slgnbeo, four each, and against further funeral proceedings. 1,200 Sampson, three. Thu Waldorf Astoria employs In i.chowiugguraeontestut Chicago, mon and 400 girls. There Is a separate foroiuployos, whurosnaves hotwiHiu 12 young women, tho one who barbershop aro 10 Ufiitri each, and four barbers ni'isileated HI sticks In .'10 tuinutos got are kept bitoy diaries frohman, tho tho prize of a diamond ring.' Poon B.1I1 oi the American stage, has Tho ap oiitn of Santa Claus 7 0 people 011 ins him ruling 011 a bicyclo or in a petites and pleasures of people who have tho prlco keep the wolf from horseless iMrrlago In place of the f shdgli with reindeer toatn. many a nail bedroom, Orch-i'-Ladios c re.-iden- e , ex-cour- se ( .. r . .. .Ml liJO Will De prr- iiiu i:uil!3ilj lit sented at tho opera house Tuesday evening by Mrs, Arch Robertson assisted by members of her elocution cht-It Is for the benefit of tho Industrial school. Mrs. Alfred Wurfield Riley will leave for Kansas City this week and after spending several weeks there, will join her husband In Denver. Miss Mary Vincent Hugucly received her friends Friday evening from 8 to 11. P. B. Pennington, of Broeklln, Mu-- s president of the Standard Rubber Cor-- i poratlon, hus returned homo after bpending a few days with Geo. II. . . &c. Mkj. .......lu The testimonials re vived from phynk.Hna to the value of this remedy would in! a volume. Here in one leaf signed by Rich'd II. Lawrence, M. D., llallimore, Md. "It affords me pleasure to beartesHnony to the success wliic. your preparation oi Sarsaparilla has had in the treatment of cutaneous aud other dlssases arising from a vitiated condition of the blood Were it necessary, I might give you the namt-- s nf at least fifty individuals who have beer cureu oi longstanding compiaints Bimpiv by the administration of Dr Aycr'i Sat-a- . one very remarkable instant . waslha,tof a iulte old woman who had livr ! atCalousville, near thiscitv. Slip had been pa-rtu- , afflicted with the rheumatism for three years, and had taken as she had informed me, more than one hundred dollars' worth of medicine to obtain relief yet without any beneficial result. I advised her to try a bottle of Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla nnd told her that if it failed to do her good, I would refund the money. A short time niter-warI learned that it had cured her, nnd n neighbor of hers similarly amictcd was nlBo entirely relieved of his complaint by its use. ThiH is the universal result of the administration of your barsaparilla. It is without exception, the best blood purifier with which I am acquainted." There is no other similar medicine can sbow a similar record. Others have imitated the remedy. They can't imitate the record. Dr. Aver's Sarsaparilla has the friendship of the plij siciau and the favor of the family, because it cures. It fulfills all promises made for it. It lias healed thousand1-- , of people of the most malignant diiea.es that can mutilate mankind. Nothing has ever superceded it nnd nothing? ever will until a mcUlcinc is made . that can show a record of cures greater in j tinrnVr and equal in wonder to those wrought h" Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Dr. story of cures told by Aycr's Curcbook, a the cured, is sent free on request by the I. C. Ayer Company, Lowell, Mass. Write for it. d. M 1 n :i 1 Not A But n War Investigation ! thorough search for where the credit belongs. We endeavor to treat you right and guarantee patisfnclion. We huy the best for the money and give you tho henodtof it. Fine Suits from $5 to $20; Overcoats, $5 to $22.50. Hoys' Suits. 5.50 to S13.60. Children's Suits, 51.25 to 7.50. Top Coats for Men, Boys and Ghildren, Underwear, Shirt", Hats, Shoes, Mclntoshes, Unibiellas, 2s"ight and Bath l.obes, Suits ( leaned nnd Pressed. The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No. 136. ii-- DANVILLE, KY. m 'Ml ' , . f S'lT? ;;r;SHsia With a very large nnd (.civet stock aud -- I j jy'JrClHj fci EjijKIISS I (I t,,.,..,. '$ 'ft Wo can plosiht? you In Shoes, for Womvn, Children nnd Men. Wo stand ut the top for Quality, Style, Pit, tee. You can buy from us Shoes that aro as low pi Iced as any where. I w GOOD SHOES VERY CHEAP. Tlun we keep the highest grades, In fart, the place to get Our Gents Furnishing Department is full of good things ln 1 I I a S:J 1 Shoos. Nowc&t things In colored Shirts, Dress blilrts. Neckwear, Gloves, Hosiery, man. Trunks and Valises. Hats nnd Everything to iniiUe a well-dress- UNOERWEAR i I I OA LOWELL & LANIER, The Lead ngShoo and Furnishing House, DANVILLE SY. i f If j 3.5S-tSS5gSS:-:S'C';JS3$&5- j ti 4 4 lntor-ertin- I I :! y, sup-po- rt FOOTWEAR ! 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 .' 11 '! ill 11 iTi . - lv i 1 11 r'n'ns t' 1!i ' iffii INFANT Is especially attractive and stylish. : SHOES, I 9 , w Misses' goods in Black and Tan Kid and cloth tops. wind-stor- m I I :!J! !.!, Ladies' Shoes in All Colors 1 and Weights. 1 Durable and Protty. Men's Tans, calf and cordovans, heavy soles with invisible cork. Durable lined waterproof calf boots. Cotue to see ti3. Wo can fit and suit you in both stylo and service. ge ilUi TiT ( ,.'. .... a H. J. MoROBERTS. Iron Fence. i M 3 3 Cypress Shingles I 1 11 15-gr- , Lu..,.f f'i. 0 A.C.SIME,! ( f3 STANFORJP.Ky. J -- . Work. mxw Stanford Female College, HELTON, PRESIDENT. Metal Roofing. Mill y. i or WILLIAM S paj-ro- ll. te Will Open Art and Elocution, under Next SessionLiterature, fc'cienco, Music, September 5tn. Study in ot Full Course asses, attention given to Primary and Preparatory ollege and got a copy of our Now Catal.uo, or write tor one to Ry. NANNIE, S. SAUFLEY. Lady friuc.pal, SUnfotd, cul- - rep-rofe- nt St M KS. r brrHt ., fejjBa- - -- majea&g HE 'If w t-- - ""rwsf ' rv ifr. tr-v.--- ' t e eiff ir , ""T" F C -- (4jV ' Mr . II ngs are soiling as low as 2 (10 in Tho powdor mill at La Motto, Mo., Casey. blowup, killing six men and injuring 0 Tho dam of Ben Brush sold for Louisville, Nov. 23. Spanish com several others. Ky Nov 29, 189S Stanford. Gteat Dissolution Sale still drawing crowds from all over tho country. They at Lexington. missioners verbally accept offer of Lewis county has a diphtheria scare. realize that It is lo their interosl to buy whuro tliey can get tho most goods for tho A old Roso of Sharon bull 820,000,000 to cede tho Philippine Is- Ton deaths In two weeks is tho record least money. It affords us great pleasure lo have our customer loll iw when they calf sold In Clark county for 850. W. P. WALTON. at Wild Cat Creek. Boyle. lands to tho United States. leave the Store that they will send all of neighbor we know wo wo J. T. Bennett, agent at Ludlow for II. A. Pleasants and John M. White have done our duty. Ilclow we will give their prices to aro u, then none. As this wa9 practically tho only rea few second lo sold to E. P. Woods ill shoata at 2!e. that Q & C, got 15 months for robbing In response to a request from a New maining contention, it Is safe to assume the compauy of $;i,DO0. it. it. r'ox soul to a Now i ork party tho York paper for his views on the ques- that tho treaty of peace will bo signed a golding by King ChesJ. W. Maddox, of Henry county, died tion, Gov. Bradley hits the bull's eye at once and war's wrinkled front welcoming his ter for $300. of heart disease while when he says "We can not claim the smoothed out. F. Woihl bought of Thos. Phelps A full line of Illiic and Fancy Prints lie, bride daunhtur homo. Philippines on any ground savo that of Omul Illcachcd Coltou Ic, Morris, a carpenter, fell from two car loudeof 1,400-l- h cattlo ut IJo. The Hon. Charles Bronston has tiled John conquest. If this claim Is just we cerRichmond Climax. In Louisville, and Yard wide Hrown Cotton, HooMer Hrnnd, 3jc, tainly should not pay for that to which a brief with the court of appeals against tho triumphal arch Tho Glengarry stock farm, of fil.'t Niuo.qunrtor Unbleached Sheeting Ic, sustained fatal injuries. rewe are already entitled. Jf we are not the Goebol election bill, which is a Wo carry a full line of Vohets and Silks at lowest prices, Oliver Patterson, one of tho oldest acres near, Lexington, was bought at justified in claiming by conquest we hash of his speech made during the pnmlin'tora nn tho N. Jfc W., was killed auction by W. E. SImms, of Paris, at A nice lino of ol DrcM Goois, 30 Inches wide, Plain and Fancy, 24c, pendency of tho bill in the Senate, and have no right to nictate the terms on $100. A.l wool Mack, Figured, .Wc. which was liberally used by tho repub by a train at Columbus, O. which Spain shall surrcuder them." Josh Jones sold to Simon Woihl 01 The death penalty was pronounced The proposition to give Spain $20,000,-00- 0 licans In the recent campaign. The cattlo at .'I J to 4c. Ho sold Win. or any other sum for the islands, as author evidently realizes that Mr. Goc-b- by a jury at Lagrango against to .1. C. Eubauks live at m has gotten ahead of them all and Miller, the Negro rape fiend. we havo all along maintained, is absurd and Mlnnlo 4.12. Mrs. Nancy Staley something must bo dono to stem and is disapproved by every thoughtful that Cresceus, tho great 2:001 trotter, was burned to hi and patriotic citizen. Having made the tho tido. People who know Mr. Brons- Franco, her niece, were sold to William Brown, of Kalamazoo, W. Va. offer, it is little wonder that Spain ton, however,iwill "jest larf' when death at Huntington, Texas has bought 7,000 acres to bo Mich., for 411,000 at tho Now York should call for a higher bid and when they sco him try to pose as au immacuwhore cotton Sales. sho names $100,000,000 it is rather a late statesman of great political virtue used as a convict farm, John Wood sold to Lynn & A lion a grown. surprise that sho didn't double it. Tho and say that Instead of styling himself and sugar cane will bo for over 25 years bunch of oxtra calves at 822.50, and to John W. Bean, president's proposition is simply unten- an "amicus curiae," he should havo County Nation- J. C. Johnson 100 hogs at 11.10. Adable and If accepted, we rely on the referred to himself simply as an president of tho Clark vocate. al Bank, is dead at Winchester. good sense of tho Senate to reject any "atnusln'cuss." R. P. Fox, of Richmond, has a six druirclsts havo entered m treaty that calls for tho payment of a months' old colt whloh trolled nn Port-woo- d Into un agreement with the license "As long as murderers of tho cent's Indemnity to Spain, und should it eighth to tho halter in 18 seconds. He typo are unhanged, Kontucky board to stop soda fount tippling. fail us, then we pin our trust to the need expect nothing but a cheap price Kohlsaat, of Catlottsbnre, Is by Dr. Hooker. Mrs. J. II. Houso refusing to vote an appropriation Tho blizard caused tho Lexington by being run for such purpose. The most ardent of life," says the Cynthiana Democrat. was considerably injured U2 races for Saturday to be postponed till expansionist outside of Mclvlnloy's lit- It is to bo regretted that Gov. Bradley over by a lot of foot ball players. yesterday. Only two more days arc Lt. Spar r claims to havo discovered tle coterie is opposed to expansion when did not let Portwood pay tho penalty of his crime committed after years of a range of mountains in Alaska, 400 left of the meeting. Of ihurc Pre Goods nre ?old lioro each day for next to nothing Our gain U It has to be made both by blood und A car load of Illinois high grade purchase. There are fears that the brooding over a fancied wrong, even if miles long and averaging 7,000 foot in Shorthorns sold on tho Chicago mar- greater from small, quick profils than big slow one. This ii nn explanation of the Philippines will cost a great deal more his execution would havo disgraced his height. of 12 pcoplo returning on a ket tho othor day at 5 DO and another extraordinary low price. 'J he quality of themj goods is a high at those costing A party double n much elsewhere than they come to, even .without tho divorced wifo and child. Tho trial judge and the jury saw no insanity in hand car from a dance in Oh'", wcro of Poll Angus cattlo at 5 55. payment of a cent and forvjthls reason It costs botween six and seven cents by a train, two being killed and the acquisition at all is opposed by the cownrdly and premeditated deed struck a pound to raise cotton in tho South, and Gov. Bradley might have well not two fatally hurt. Hendy-mnd- e Ores Skirts 11.50 now l3, many, including Gov. Bradley. Why A freight train on tho Norfolk & whllo at present prices the plantor . i i ii it now the administration should have settled listened to tho trumped up claims of insanity to save his lainlly from dis- Western railroad went through a brldgo gets less than four coins a pound. on 20,000,000 is inexplicable, unless It M. now 2 4S. Under the auspices of the Kentucky npnr Riverside. Va.. killing one man wants to be held up as a shining exam- grace. If Portwood is Insane the penI bureau of agriculture, a farmors' In two others. i and injuring ! ple of consideration for a fallen foe, itentiary isn't tho place for h'm. At Itia, 111., Homer Roberts shot and stltuto will bo convened at tho coutt which of all foes deserves no considera- C PCTTINO shoulder straps on a rascal houso in Richmond on Friday, Den. 2. Will prove ihat it in of a wounded his father, George superior quality, no matter how high your standard of tion. For tho peaceful possession of the does not make him a gentleman J by a mortally stalAt Lexington, tho W. Roberts. Bad blood had oxlsted Wo can lit you either In Heady mnile or Tailor invle Suits. No matter how Louisiana territory, out of which were long ways as the Chattanooga merlion, imp. Top Gallant, owned by John cheap you may want a Suit, we between them for years. can lurnMi you n good sirnlght or round mil, lllnak made the States of Minnesota, Iowa, chants found to Toon., was Cheviot as low their sorrow. They As tho result of a knockout blow do- - B. Ewlng, of f 2 Pi. Iluinuniber e entry n big line f I.adioV Ca h nod North and South Dakota, Kansas, Ne- would not trust privates, but sought Root, Tom Lansing, a sold to W. J Aluxander, of Chicago, Clonics and can wiv yon 2o pur cent, on thotn. braska, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, the patronago of olllcers at Camp llvored bv Jack Dolnt of death with , for 820,000, ninMlist. is at tho , Riby Shoos 2 to only 24c pair, .,r, Wyoming, Colorado and Montana, we Thomas, and gave Graut C. Glllott, tlia meteoric cattle them credit right Men's FincShnuH worth Jl "0 only 03c, paid only 315,000,000, and surely if along. Now they wish they hadn't, but paralysis in Louisville. j Tho Boston millionaire, Edwa-- d king of the .Southwest range, has asMen's Fine Shws worth f2aml ft! 60 only H.JO. there were any reason whatever for had kept the French sardines, potted Austin, left $500,000 to Harvard signed with liabilities of at least Mens High Top Shoos worth $2 and $2 50 go in this, nl at fl.lS and !l l3., pecuniary recompense, which is utter- hams and other luxuries that they flo owes all tho farmers in and $400,000 to tho Massachuw e carry a complete line of Men's and Hoys' IMwih, Philly denied, the sum offered for the tins region thereabout. bought lavishly. Tho ofllcors of tho setts Institute of Technology. .Men's Itoots worth ft?, only 31. IP, ippines Is out of proportion. They are .'Uat Michigan repudiated their bills Lexington guts tin convention of to- lloy' Hoots as low ns Jl, Assistant Postmaster General Heath 1000s of miles away, contain an undeMon'n Plow Show 75c, postal money bacco growors, and the date has beon and when the merchants tried to col- recommends that tho Fine Shoes, Iwure and Button, worth Jl .GOon'y SISc sirable population, will be hard to gov- lect them, called them all manner of nwiuiilLfnrripd.aml.a postal chock changed from Nov. 2S to Doc. 5. Tho ern and costly In the extreme, so, ex- thievts and scoundrels. object of tho mooting is to taka 6t S payable to order substituted. , pansionist as we are, we say, if Dewey "v mhsw fMJ l.11 Wnltitn !ini! Mr. UrmlG didn't take them, let them go a thou-an- d The effort in certain quarters to re- Wysongi of Charleston, W. Va., claim Brilliant, the lino combing stallion C(1 bi' W- times, before putting up more lieve J. W. Bailey of the leadership of of l'; 11?,leyr, T. D. ItXNEV, MaiMKcr. same child and tho judge Is puzzled ... v itvu amurrpi, money for them. the democratic minority in the House the,n wi, la t), rlfthtf.il owner. m mwih. llrnnch fltoros at Pari, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, llantatown, Uwrcncehurg, Cynthi-manother lino ptalllou owned bv the does not seem to strike him as formidVersailles, huunetuv, Georgetown, J uabetlttowti. Frankfort. Mnurkport Ind Editor Matthews, of tae Hartford able. In fact ho says that he docs not Turnpike bonds to the amount of Owslevs. at their farm near that p,ace. Herald, Is making a strong fight ngalntt entertain tho slightest doubt about the ?:i3,000 and bearing only 4 per cent. Ho cost 31,000. (MRS553P Interest, were sold by Bath county to a G.J. White & Son sold ,to J. W r.raUiuxLUii Geo. P. Rowell & Co., the skinflint result. Seventy of the 101 democrats Chicago firm at a premium of I02. Raluo7 fat cattlo, wolght 1,,'W, at m New York advertising agents, because In the present Douse, xrho will bo In a Kid McCoy has accepted the offer of lie. Coyle. Christian & Co., killud up in their publication known as Printer's the next, are pledged to him, leaving to inanitsgiving ana Ink, they.dqcripd the value of country only 12 short of a nomination for speak- a $10,000 purse of a St. Louis syndicate employed 12.") to lu.uwu uirKuxs dross hands to to hold his fight there with Poter weekly uewapapers as an advertising er and more than them. Richmond Ruglstor. that number of tho It will como off in a few weeks. medium. The firm is trying to havo new members Le the beit Lexington Flour nl 4tlo pr 25 pound ne'e. Easton & Co., at Lexington, sold 41 have volunteered their Gov. Bradley commuted tho sentence thoroughbreds for $7,01)0. Mr. Pagia Congress refund 825,000 or S.'IO.OOO Ginger Snap, nice and froch, 5c a pound. missupport. Bailey has made some of George A. Portwood, condemned to got Muta, tho dam of Sunny hlopu, for postage that it paid on the publication, Hcst Rolled OntnAc xr package. takes, but on tho vvholo has done well die price. The Breeders' and Mr. Matthews has secured the and ought to be endorsed. at Lexington, Nov. .'10, for a cow 42,000, the top Association bought l.'l Fine Clmcolnle Cream Candy at I5c twr pound. Mutual Benefit ardly murder, to Imprisonment for life . mares nmiMni' in iii'i fmin ci.'ht. tn 1(1 promise of his Congressman, Hon. D. Hest Mocha mid Java bulk roiut ijolleo worth JW pr iund for S8c H. Smith, to do everything In his this wtok. Let us all move to Florida, where The New York chamber of commerce years, paying !j30.'i average power to turn Rowell's little bill down. the republicans ceaso from 'troubling proposes to raise a fund of $100,000 for The round cotton halo Is the latest. Good Green Coflro at 20c psr pound. In pledging himself, Mr. Smith takes and the populist glx'es his tongue a the widow of tho late Col. George E. It is claimed that it Is practicable lo No 1 Table Peachrs can for 12. occasion to pay the country press the rest. Every member of tho Legislature Wrln.'. About S2.1.000 has been sub put 70,OOJ jKtunds of cotton, so Set of nice Tahlo Glnsim for 12o. Into a single freight car. Of compliment of saying It Is practically elected on the Sth inst,, is a democrat. scribed. Langdou linking Poudur 4c pur can tho square bale only about llAPK) can Tho total donations made to colleges be loaded on one car. What tho railthe only Independent press In tho coun- Tho body consists of .'f2 Senators and can't come send the hoy und got vour uliaro of tho bar" try. Every newspaper man who does OS Representatives and not one of them in tho United States this yoar to date roads lose, tho planters will gain. gains sum of 810,801,152, business with Rowell & Co.. will get is other than a simon-pur- e, dyed in amount to the lurge Ktml to flu Miiiituciic)-- . which Includes only donations of 5,000 the hot end of the ooker. We got it wool, triple-plate- d democrat. Freddy's Uncle Well, no Freddy, I and upward. years ago and never expect to havo don't think I care to swap knixesxxith Largest n taller of line Groceries in ili w rhl. 5(1 stores in Kentucky, The city of Bowling Groan funded you; you roc there's a history goes 'OwiNO to conditions that might further dealings with them. Imliani and Oh o 0 per render his presence embarrassing," her debt of 3100,000 bearing with wy knife. w ii vi:m;v,MwirRK Editor- - Alli:x, of the Cynthiana Gov. Bradley is forced to decline 'the cent., with 4 per cent, bonds that Freddy (after a moment of sncl reDemocrat, is apparently as mild a man invitation to address the Legion on its brought $2,2(50 premium. They aro to flection) Well, Uncle Jack, there's n vpniMiiiunjMimwLfx.Timpfi waKfcsciffaiaEy.m'-UMB"Robinson Crusoe" goes with mine nered man as ever cut a throat or scut- return to Louisville. It will bo remem- run 20 years. tled a ship, yet he says that ''unless bered that some sharp personalities Six persons were killed, 10 badly how'll t lint do? N. Y. Truth. Am In II U llfltltll. Borne of our delinquents settle up soon pased between thu governor and the injured and 15 or 20 more or loss "You may ns well understand, young we'll pay for their funeral." This colonel of tho regiment before its dohurt by an explosion on tho Sun shows to what desperation delinquents parturc for Port Rico. Francisco-Stockto- n, Cal., river summ- man," said Ihe old gentleman, "that my daughter will not get a cunt until will drive a man too. Manslaughter to C. Walker. er T. my denth." anus is repulsive, no matter how justifiaThu Louisville Times pulled off Favorite Toilet Cream for the complexion, chapped hands, &c. Tlia lash was vigorously applied to after "Oh, that's all right," replied the day becuuse only several convicts at Wilmington, Del , ble, but even we, who would have taken other Thanksgiving young man, cheerfully. "I have althe pri.e from Moses lor meekness had one man was murdered in Louisville where the whipping post Is still In ready consulted your family phy wo lived in his day and the question Thursday. Tho crime ridden city is voguo.. Tiiey wore wmppoti in u untitlsician. Chicago I'oKt. hud been left to a country fair, contem- evidently improving. ing snow storm. A complete lino of thclmost popuur Perfumes, Colognes. Bay Hum, Toilet Waler There- Arc Otlivrn I. Ike llliu. plate the killing of at least half adozen Patrick Henry, who is a son of Pat. "James," snld the punctilious old delinquents before tho holidays, eo pay rick Henry, Jr., and a uncle to his profligate nephew, "why up or you may bo shut up for good and At noon next Monday, Speaker Reed of tho renowned Revolutionary orator in the world don't jou settle down and Toilet Soaps', Fare Powders, Tooth Jlruihon, Sarhet Powders, Hair llrushcs Tooth all In your little box. will maul his desk with tho gavel and and patriot, lives at Vanceburg, at tho get out of debt?" "Couldn't think of It, uncle. It takes Brushes, Combe, Sec. OILS. Oils of all kinds, Turpentine, Varnishes, Colors, Ac. remark: "The Houso will be in or- advanced ago of 85. Call amiseu us. Thk Louisville Dispatch is spending der." fake fight at nil my time and wit and ingenuity to The Corbett-Sharkits breath and "wasting Its timo when Judge John W. Childress, of NashInvestigated. It is keep getting into debt." Detroit Free & it argues with the Louisville Post. If ville, will make tho race for tho U. S. New York Is to be Press. charged that Corbett's second entered . the Dispatch has nothing else to do, It A .Striking Slinllnrll-Senato against Senator William B. the ring at his instance, when ho found should select a capacious, well develop, Bate. Sweet Critic Tn one wny you re- ho would bo whipped. ed rat nolo and employ its idle moments mind mc very much of Browning. Gov. Bradley's Negro man, Postell, William Cato was hanged at the Amateur Poet Indeed! How If in pouring water therein, Glasgow whom the Senate turned down for murder of tLat? News. Or better, as they live In tho steward of tho Western Asylum, has Eddyvillo prison for tho Carmlc Askew, a bhantyboatman, for Sweet Critic There Isn't one person 8ame house, let tho two editors repair been uppointed a er gauger. his monov. His neck was broken. Ho in a hundred that can tell what you're to the woodshed and arguo it out in A strong lobby will bo In Washingtrying to get at. Chicago Daily private, or fight It out as best suits ton this week to oppose tho passage of met death unllinchingly. When a mob of 50 men went to the News. their tastes. tho Nicarauga Canal bil. Tho presi- Glasgow jail to hang triple murderer lie Tlllpil the lllll. Wo Invito your attention the Celebrated IN this district alone 8,501 persons dent is strongly in favor of tho measure. Brown, they found It strongly guarded "Why doix't you have a sponge to ct of Tennessee, and not wishing to put their own lives moisten your stamps?" snld the unwelMcMillan, didn't thick it worth while to vote in come poor rclittve to the business the lato election, that is in 1890, there huv1ngin an interview scored "Babo" in jeopardy, they departed. were with Jackson in, 33,7.'19 votes cast Balloy, of Texas, the latter comes back Tho OwcnBboro olllcers, who killed limn. "Good Idcn'," snld the business man; auu in Ifc'JS, but 2o,2:i8. In the former with counter charges and brands Mc- Howard Clark, Una they will have to "you can have the job." Cleveland year, Thompson got l."5,G:'U votes, while Millan's statements as infumous lies. of $050. Both sue to get the reward 7 Charles W. Couldock, the veteran tho State and tho city of Loui9vIllo Plain Dealer. Gilbert got only 13,028 this year. The .Not Wnttled. excitement over tho presidential elec- actor, died in New York Sunday night. havo repudiated tho claims. The Dick9 Feed Gutter, Tho Poindcxler Torn Sp'itter, Peddler I have here, madam, an apMr. W. B. Catchlnga, of London, hiiB tion accounts somewhat for tho differv. Campbell, of Ohio, Is 6ald paratus that will effectually prevent all been suggested as a candidate for gov- to bo at tho head of a movement to ence. odors from coofcing. It ernor on tho republican ticket. tho Mrs. Hnshcroft Just before ho started to the gallows is no doubt that Mr. Catchlnga There corner tho peanut Industry of will they didn't smell Don't want it. If would the cooking they at Eddyvllle, Win. Cato expressed a make an admirable governor. As a United States. The new trust would ent tw ice as much. Indianapolis fear that he would catch cold, as the business man he has fow equals In Ken- have about $3,000,000 capital. Journal. A cigarette caused tho death of Edday was very raw. Considering his tucky. Ho is a man of gar Branson, of Frankfort. Ho was The Capital Wngwns, The Oliver Chilled Plows. A better lino of goods never tf- Ho Prolinlily (ttirimpil. fearful crime, it is not a violent as- - affairs. But Mr. Catchlnga will not It had been said that everything fered you. hunting and in attempting to light one sumption to assume that if ho did catch Somo worthy purpose aorvea, be governor. There Is no republican let his gun full and it was discharged, It was soon burned out of him in a party Out the man who said It never found cold left in Kentucky. Louisville Us entire contents going Into his bowA fly In his preserves. ' ' land that is hotter than this. ' I Times. CUIcaeo Daily News. els. WE UKT Till: IMULU-l'IN'KFOIt TUB TWENTY MILLIONS. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL SPAIN ACCEPTS. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. UND AND STOCK. - THE LOUISVILLE STORE 1 87.-50- four-year-- old DRY GOODS. 1 All-wo- 1,200-pou- nd V r el I,lo0-poundo- rs tS a m mvmm P DRESS SKIRTS! .i J CLOTHING AND SHOES pro-fessio- n. Nn-hvill- o, j- - Unl-vorsl- ty ww-- v J' The Louisville Store. KnockiiV a, Mn-he- r. Tm Out ! con.-presse- d, t I u Blue Grass Grocery Co., g ! ' L " sor-Ious- ly - JUST TEE. TMffitCr I - POLITICAL-POINTS- great-grand- son Toilet a,nd Fancy Goods. CRAIG HOCK BR. ATTENTION PERFUMERY ey store-keep- Gov.-Ele- Farmers I t I Dam Double Beared Corn Crusher Ex-G- o The Hocking "Valley Corn Sheller, The Studebaker Wagons, HIGGKLNS & level-heade- d McKINNBY. L -t;i . ' v . hj " 't V"W " " i it',rv srss-i- v -it jrjMto-r- r- )r "" '" -- v "- - - - - , BfMj8P " 3 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., - Nov. B. C. 29, 1898 Walton, Uusini'h- - Manaokk, Tho bus of a fow hogs amounts to more than the cot of protecting an entire herd by feeding Dr. Unas' lion llemcdy. Don't, wait till buses have or arc about to occur, but go now and got It from Penny '8 Drue btore. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY "GOSSIP, Miss Noka Uiatt, of Rowland, Is very 111 with brain fever. Mks. MihB AMCi: Nl'.Wt.AND, of of Urnb Orchard, won hero Friday. fe.'d, Is visiting In Corbln. Mattik AIattisoi.Y, Stan, New-- . Miss Euna Powkm., of Hustonvllle, was tho gucatof Miss Laura Carter. Miss Hkm.i: Hoot, of Danville, spent several days with Mlfd Floreuco Truo-heart. Miss Huth Ellison, of tho College, spent Hcvcral days with hor parents In Pulnnkl. Miss Nbttib Wkay spiint several days with Miss Dosblo Richards In D.uivillo. Mks. Dk. yV. II. O'Dannon spent a lorilon of lust week with lmr brothers at Urodhead. Missus Etta Hkllk Hoot und Bcrta Cash spont several days at home from Hamilton College. Miss dALLiu COOKi: hns returned from a protracted visit to Mist Lou Hooker at Hustonvllle. Mks. Ol'HBLiA Thompson, of Louis, vlllo, fpont soveral days with her Mrs. G. A. Lackey. Mks. Hkyant, of Iouls vlllo, who ban boon veiling her hon, Dr. J. W. Bryant, wont homo Friday. Pkok. K. L. Gltainis, of Sholby Qlty, spont Thnnksglvlnj? with hi slstor, Mrs. K. T. HeaxIi'V. MK. J. M, PltTTCS, of Louisville, sjHint hovornl days with ills mothor, Mrs. Margaret Pattus, hero. D. A. HAKNKTTand family, of LelHi-no- n Junction, spent several dny with lU-to- r, Mks. Du. W.m. Shblton returned to J. A. Wkioht, who got the; Job, is j making tho total judgment against him GO TO Nashville yesterday. pushing thu work on tho new colored 5240. Mil. ObokobT. McRombkts return- public school building. Charles H. Tho county court was ordered to ed from Louitvll1c yosterduy. Trub, tho clever Ottenhelm mill man, furnish larger stoves for tho olrcnlt Kd &. (ii Jambs T. Mbnbitb won the declam- Is furnishing the lumber. court room, to repair tho court-hous- e atory prize at Georgetown College. cupula and roof, to make changes in Befoto buying LlHBKTY. The INTBKIOK JOUKNAL the clerks' olllccs and have certain reMks. Mattib Kikiiy returned from Llvlugbton yesterday, whore she taught representative, E. C. Walton, will bo pairs done to the jail and residence. a clues In elocution, closing Saturday nt Liberty next Monday, first day of night with a highly satisfactory public circuit court. See him If you want to RELIGIOUS MATTERS, subscrlbo for tho paper, need job printentertainment. Such as Rev. Murk Collls' meeting at tho ing of uny kind or lust but not leant, MlSSBS Bkssib and Pbakl Bukn-SIUShelbyvlllo Christian church had six have returned delighted with tho owe this olllce aaythmg. additions. reception given lu their honor by Miss l Pal ROOBKS, the newly elected Elder Victor Dorris had 27 additions Lucia McAfee at Lebanon and thu othof Rowland, had an experience In at his meeting at tho Dry Run Chriser attentions received there. Rockcastle the other day. A few weeks tian church In Scott county. ago, ho went to that county nnd'nrrest-c- d Rev. W. S. Grlnstcad preuched tho LOCAL HAPPENINGS. without a warrant a fellow named union Thanksgiving sermon at Millers-bur- g Hoistino jacks for sale or rent. A. Jones, alias Black, for horsestealing In the Presbyterian church. C. Sine. committed 15 years ago, The man got At tho union Thanksgiving service olT and had Rogors arrested for false at the Christian church, $15 to 820 Window lights, putty, etc.; at Craig arrest and ho was taken toMt. Vernon, were taken up and applied to relieving it Hooker's where ho was held InSlOO bond. While the wants of tho poorof community. Lap robes and horse blankets cheap there an old warrant agaltibt him for Rev. D. D. Forward, the has been who at J. C. MoClary's. scaring a woman several years ago pastor of the Sholbyville Baptist church up for the past years, has resigned beIlKATlNU Stoves at reduced prices at named Ilysingcr was trumped We are now showing a greit line of Shoes and Boots for Men and Boys, manufacagainst him ami ho hud to pay $10 odd cause of a throat trouble, to take effect , Warren it Shanks'. tured by Iluell it Son and tho Forwood Mfg. Oo. before he could shako the dust of the Jan. I. Stop with W. R. Rico attho Brewer town from his feet. Elds. J. G. Livingston and J. W. stable when you go to Danville. Mastors have jut closed a Notbs Fkom Lancastbk. Win. meeting Brodhcad at with :il additions Lakd Cans, Butcher Knives and Lee. a prominent farmer of the to the Christian church, nearly all by And get prices before making your Fall purchase. Meat Cutters at Warron it Shanks' neighborhood, fell dead of -- BEJLZI WW &r e CABT JLlQlo m Hog Killing Supplies, B mar-shu- Lard Cans, Sausage Grinders, Salt, Butcher Knives, Pepper, Sage, &c, &c. NEW SHOES. - .. 1 -- two-wee- ks' Mc-Crcar- y Come And See Our Line IV. I 1 S ! Wejopen this week a pretty line of , when S00 asked for pray- ,in!1 20 ma,1 confessions. There are t'n-'-'largo and prosperous C. E. socio- Hi's uuiwux "" I'Ubiiuurs. ji iiioj,4UU E. C. W fntory. ings since. convicts, only one was In tho hospital. Ill Tin: people of tliis vioinlty seom to SHOOT this at them Editor.Hansford: U(iV- - J- s- - Sweeney, who has rcign-be unable to tret enough of a good gentleman, whose sympathies havo ' e- - tH0 P9iorato of tho Purls Christian In both Cotton and Wool. Fasciuators and Zephyr Shawls for evening wear. Hand4 some Black Silk Mits, more of those elegant thing. After getting two papers last not always boon with the local option-- 1 church altera service of more thnn a ' 0f a contury, gave out n notice week, Poittmotiter Florence buys many bts, tells us t.iat ho has been going to called for another Friday. thtilr parents In this county. Somorset for yearn and during the fla. that nt tho Sunday night's service he has been loonregimo never failed to seo from wou,l have something to say that all Mibs Mollik Hili'.y, who l of the Tills Is the Labanon, jmssed up visiting frtonds at ono to 20 drunken men on the streets. wol,,(1 llko to hear. A great crowd of thu Stanford attended and listened to a sweet story her home nt London Sunday. to h Welch was the first jHotmastor. He wus there recently and did not eec of lho cr0' but ot n wortl did ho say In light Pink, Bluo and Red Plaid. The big drive in Men's Fine Dress Shirts. ColMks. Sam II. Hhlm, of the Turner-.a man oven under the slightest intlu- Tho Danville olllco was ostnblishod In once of liquor and although chore was of a Personal nature, as it was expected lars. Cuffs and Ties advertised last week are going fast Come at once if you want vlllaolloiil returned Sunday morning 170il and Uurrodsburg lu 110.1. them. Tho rold wave gomes this tiiue to stay, get ready for it and buy all your from a visit to relatives In HWfennob a groat crowd in town that day, ho did ho would. IlevbttO. Hotbl Sold. Mr. A. H. Bastln tol; not observe the least disorder. The 0VC1, - J B- Crouch is greatly elated Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Ac , now. Our goods are the best tho cash can buy. tho MKS. J. M. HlATT, of Gatiard. and ephoneil us last afternoon that he hau difference undor tho two conditions was h of tho Thanksgiving Our prices can not be beat, our expenses are light and we arc satisfied with a small Mls Mary tfoel, of Danville, spent just rioted a trade with W. A. Boazlcy1 bo marked that a man who wouldn't bo ' "ervice at his church. It was for the profit mvoral days with the family of Rv. H. for his hotel at Crab Orchard diqot. convinced that tho saloons ought to bo henolit of the Baptist Orphans' Home ,n mncy co d tl 0 II. Noel. Mr. Heaxley jwyb $1,1125 for the proper- kept closed would not be convlncod l"a 852 1" provisions and clothing wero Mkh. C. L. Chow nnd baby, of ty and will open up in about two weeks. though ono rose from tho dead. ThejrcsL are vltdtlng hor parents, Rev. further said that ho had taken up. On 100 souvenir cards SI 1. 10 TilOSB who have been saying thatJ a once voted against local option, but were realized. Tho bormon and tho and Mrs. V. II. Davldbon. Someriut eircnil court here rarely pahes without that since his observations at Somerset program were excellent and taken alParagon. LlTTi.K Mlbs Virginia Pickett ester-Ulnu- d a 'Harder or two cominittod during the and elsewhere he could not be made to together, It was pronounced by somo to i?i at term will ple-urumeiuber that none do so again under any circumstances. have been the best service ever held In a iiumbar of bur tohoolimti-during the ihro) woekn court Whisky is a curse and wo hope the good the .church. Mrs.. Will Severance's Thanksgiving IV just ended nor other -- rhiio of Tho ladles of the Danville dUtrict afternoon. pooplo of Somorsct, having once gotten Mks. Hohkkt Yocncj, of Louisville, rid of tho baleful olToctsof saloons, will have just closed a most pleasant as well as profitable meeting of ,tho forand Mr. H. 11. Camnltx, of Huston-vlllBadly Hiknkd. A two year-ol- d never permit them to open again. eign missionary society, with Mr- -. Jas. sHnt several days with Mrs. G. hon of Arthur Vocum, of MeKluncy, B. Cooper. fell from a rocking chair Into the fire ClKCTIT COUKT was enlivened by a Burtislde, the district secretary preMISS Pattiic MuDowki.L mm one of Friday and was badly burned about the fight Friday afternoon. Jim Dlshon siding, and the following delegates the attendants at thu marriage of Miss face. One of his eyes was badly injur-o- d animadverted on tho Hon. Fontaine present: Mrs. George S. Savage, Side of our store for December Bargains. Wo have a large stock yet Lona Allnu Moody to S. H. Snoed at and thu little fellow may lose the Fox Bobbitt In his testimony and hu Mrs. Odcn, Conf. Sec'y, Winchester; and December is the one time for closing out many lines. Come to us . for sight of it. tackled him about it. after be had left Mrs. L. L. Pickett, Wilmore; Mrs. Mos?, PorryvIUe; Mrs. Hines, Junction Fkkk Silvkk Johnson Is baek from Stokk refitted with fiuu new canter thu stand, tolling him that hu had City; Miss Shirley Tucker, Miss JenJackson county, where he went to atcasei, and lighted with 2,000 candle sworn to a lie. Dishon called him uu- - nie Burnslde, Mt. Olivot; Miss Minnie tend U) thu estate of bin father, who powor arc light of latest pattern, Hol- rttln.r n nil Hnhlilft lilt lilm invi (im died recontly. from his right feolor 011 his nasal ap- Dutiu. BrynntsviUc; Miss Grade Decididay opening, Saturday, Dec. 'Ird. An ing, Miss Hattie Evans, Nicholasvllle; Tin: Louisville Times buys that inum-i-stHue of holiday goods In ster- pendage, drawing the claret freely. Miss Unnta, Burgln. Misses Chaatlno und Mathilda ling slUur, out gluxs. Arc. Call and mjo Dlshon inado feeble resistance, but have had a handsome bequest ui. T!ioiiipon, the Jeweler, Lancaster. Bobbitt got his head in chancery and After a roeldeuce of 301 days lu tho left them by an English friend. was pommeling him viciously, when Klondike, where ha arrived pennlloss, Inspectors Jtuic Saulluy took a hand. Ho ordor-o- d SUIT. McKinnkv Mits. Nancy Dalton, who has lived Frank E. Simons is in "New York with several years 011 Dix rlvur nod has won- - greatly pleased with the condition thu belligerents before him, nnd de- gold dust worth M ll.oOO, nnd a total made a splendid citlxun, will move her of the Mobile iV Montgomery division manded rousons why they should not be fortune which he cstlmatos at not far family back to Jackson comity tills of the L. it N. and the Montgomery punished for contempt. Bobbitt said from half a million. week. Advertiser says that Supt. J. 1. McEln-ne- y ho was too near out of breath to anLast mouth Edmonson county voted Don't wait till all the si.os are gono. Remember it is always hard to At just J. S. Hick Is lu receipt of a stands an excellent chance to get swer then, but Dishon told a .straight "go dry for a spull." Tho whisky get just what you want lato in the season. pure Havana cigars sent lot of the priio for tho best division on thu story, which Bobbitt afterwards corbrolhur-lti-luw- , W. W. Garnett, who road. Mr. MeKluncy has developed roborated and the judge fined hint 510 men (Hod a contest, howevor, and the board of cloction commissioners deolllco into a groat railroad man and Is one of and Is In thu chief quartermaster's let Dlshon off. cided the In Havana. ) tho most capable superintendents Of Tho trial of tho slander suit by Diana saloons election was illegal, to tho uro still doing a land olllco Matt Woodson, train dlbpatchcr, tho L. ic X. MH against Martin Alcorn for 52,000 Powell business. Capt. F. H. Douglas and othor railroad resulted In a verdict Friday afternoon A TKKKll'KJ blizzard prevailod for Carson, tho man who shot Photogramen from the mountain end of the L & awhile Satuiday.whun tho suow blew so of &150. making verdicts for $1)50 obtain pher Singleton, MM N., went to Lebanon Thankbglviug to Loxlngton, was held B Hm thick that darkness enveloped the oarth en against 1110 poor oiu ounu man uy In the licht ball at S200. Countv Attor- In commundery work. of same us if the night had drawn Its sable husband and wife. Alcorn is pretty ' ney Joh" IS. Allon, who went with him P. W. GKKBN, who was over from over it. The snow fall was well off and eels $75 a month pension, to provoko an Lexington Saturday, left a notice of the curtain assault, ought to have or his statements against tho plaintiffs' O light, but it continued to grow cold public stile of, his hotel at voracity would not havo been rated so beca held at least In that sum. until Sunday morning when tho merDec. 17, If not bold privately before j A coach on a Burlluj-ton- , la., train cury bad beon crowded down to 1. highly. Headquarters For See It In another column. - ' jumped the track and went down a 50 It didn't tako tho jury but a few sec It hailed and blcotod Yesterday WlNFKBD fcH- POKTMAN, who has of tho L. feet embankment, rolling over twice In signal servlcu said It would onds Saturday to find In favor fully recovered, loft Sunday for Fort and tho night and today ami be warm- Sc N. In the damage suit brought by I the descont and landing right side up. ram last Thomas, from which place he will start er. .fano Coffey for $10,000 against It, after i All of Its 20 passengers wero hurt, two in a few days to join Capt. W. B. PenBeginning Judge Alcorn's telling speech of 20 fatally. LtCBNSBS IN'CKKASHD. ny's company In Porto Rico. Mrs. Margaret County Clerk G. B. Cooper minutes. Tho woman claimed to havo Wlnterstnitb, of yesterday Miss Ibaijulla Hailby will enterput up tho price for marriage license to beon Injured by a blast fired by the Ellzabethtown, and Dr. J. D. Beard, tain from 8 to 11 Wednesday evening $2.30. one of Shelby county's best men, pass- tho 50 cents extra being for tho road's employes. In honor of Misses Jean Walluce, of Tho murder case agulnst Win. Lewis cd away Sunday. war tarllT stamp for tho bond. CollecFort Smith, Ark., and Lnla Rochester, tor Yorkes told Mr. Cooper about July was dismissed. Tho jailer was allowed Montgomery county sold $."0,000 who was to have urrlved from Arling- 1 that It was not necessary to use tho 801 and the shorlff.:t2 for waiting on per cent., bonds at par to a ton, Texas. tho court. Cinclnnntl firm. Miss Bi'TTiKlIiac.iNS, of Crab Orch- war stump and he has not been again Tho bhorlffhashad over 50 applicaInformed on tho subject by that gentleard, Is visiting her cousin. Miss Molllo tions from men who want to get a free to tako Plttmau, at Parksville. Mr. and Mrs. man, but he desires Yorkes1 no chances, rhlo to Frankfort as guards for tho 10 ISINXS advice is lu tho event Mr. Scott Farrls returned to Crab Orchard wrong Mr. Cooper will have to pony up convicts sentenced at this court and Strujod to my place, ouo mile from Huston-vlllotoday, after visiting Mr. II. B. Farrls about $25. nine Shouts. Owner can have biimo who will bo takuu to prison Thursday. and wife. Advocate. Tub entertainment at the college A special term of tho court will bo liy calling on me uoil pujlng charges utul t. (or this Juncin Sauklky recolvcd u letter Wednesday evening wus largely attend- hold on the- - 2lst for trial of several G. I'OKTEK Hustonvllle. Sauf-leyesterday from his son, James M. ed and pleasing throughout. Tho rec- equity cases. of tho Oth U. S. Volunteers, tclllug a motion for a itations, solos, vocal and instrumental, The court him that he had been promoted from 1st wore woll rendered, whllo tho little now hoarlug In tho cases ugalust Marsergeant to 2d lieutenant. The boys plays In which Interesting jokes wero tin Alcorn and an appeal to the Court SALE. aro woll and like Port Rico very much. cracked and somo appropriate gags of Appeals will bo taken. J. T. ROSKnnd bon, J. R. B. gotten olT, created much laughter and Mks. G. L. Penny, trustee of tho jury Rose, of Hustonvllle, were hero yester-du- y applauso Tho pantomime, ''Nearer fund, paid tho jurors for tho term $61 1. If not bold privately before Saturday. Doc. 17th, lbDs, I will bell at public auction shopping. Mr. Rose tells us that My God toThee," participated In by a Georgo Austin Tor selling liquor un- beginning at I r. m., my Hotel property In At Ten Per Cent. Lower Than Anybody. Seo Us Beforo You lluy. Misses WillioLear, of NIcholasvlllo, half comdoon pretty girls, was ono of tho lawfully was fined 820 In each case and McKlnnoy, together with Its furniture,Terms of Loxlngton, with Jersey Cows, Ac. plete; two lino and Loulso Smith, features of thu entertalnmeut. Shelton of bond for $20 In each nuulo known on day of sale. Mr. P. J. McCall, also of Lexington, M. Sautloy, as stage mauager, mado a a forfeiture V. W. -- KEEN, McKinney. case taken for his falluro to appear, decided hit. aro guests at Mr. George Crow's. I e heart dlsoabo yostorday morning, aged selling host quality' soft stool 00. Tho Fibcal court bought J. A. rooting at vary cloe prices. A. C. Doty's pike (Richmond A Lancaster Sine. for.S,77o, exclusive of toll houses, and hc the new not eltles in about $715 per mile for 12mtlcs. Burn-sid- o Call picture frames, itc. W. B. McRob-ertit Lcavell, of Garrard, sold to Ernf-t- Woods CO light hogs at 2.9.. I AM paying 91.50 a barrel for coru Mt" LuclndaGrcenlcaf, the celebration , and ITio for oggs. Bring them in. of w hone Mth birthday on Thanksglv-in.'is reported in another column, Mark Hardin. was found dead In bod Saturday night. FOB low prices and best quality lum- She was the mother of Mrs. H. Clay bar, lath, Ahlnglos, doors, sash and KaulTinan, of this place, and John blinds fee A. C. Sine. Greenleuf, of Richmond. Burial here StaNKOKD boys worongaln victorious Tuesday afternoon. There was a good in foot ball, dofeatlng tho preparatory crowd In town, it being circuit as welt Jepartmunt of Centra Col loco ulcven us county court, and cons Iderable stock, by a fuore of 11 to fl hero a fow even- but bales were slow and not very satis I AM s. r confession und buptlsm. Owing to his ago and on tho advice of his physician, Rev. Dr. Lyman Ab- bott resigned tho pastorate of Plymouth church, Brooklyn, Sundny morning. He was Rev. Henry Ward Beecher's successor there. The North Georgia Methodist conference, at Augusta, expelled from the conference, ministry and church, Rev. Joel T. Gibson, of Atlanta, after a trial for Immorality. Until his suspension he waa pastor of ono of the leading Christian Endeavor Societies held Thanksgiving service in tho Kentucky E. PERKINS. Grab Orchard, Ky. New Goods STILL COMING. ! Ladies' Fancy Knit Skirts 11-- : - A qu-irtcj- r I cunU-nnlu- ostab-libhmo- nt pojt-oltic- c. Wool Blankets, Jn-up- ; - J . - ! '-,': y, JOHN P. JONES. -- -- ym&m'&zmm&m& e m consu-quunc- e. o, LAJUft T r T T T 11 Mlddl-inboro- - Mae-Grug- he Blankets, Overcoats, Cloaks, Underwear, Boots, Shoes. by-hi- s p. SEVERANCE & SONS. M MM -IM -I-WM iist ; J.H.BAUCSgIAi-&C- 1 - I 1 Shipstuff, Hay, Corn chop, 1 "10-y- ear oafs, 'Ac- j i SIIOATtl. ". advertl-emi'ti- y, look !, HERE I over-rule- d Hotel And Furniture FOR Corn Harvesters, Wheat Drills, r Disc Harrows, B. K. WEAKEN St SOAT. J ii- - . i r '.tL-vif- . fr fffrrfV' f w " ttt'"jfpr 7T i Ii Ho. U No. 28 No. 25 No. 23 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL arid. 3Trld.Q.v AT LIBERTY. 3T?xtoliBOa.A1?viaoAa.3rs 3 PKll YK AH IX ADVANCE aW When not sopaldS2. CO will c charged. Ire ralM Perots If KENTUCKY CENTRAL TIME CARD DIVISION. No. S Arrrlvcs at Stanford No. 4 Leaios Stanford at No. 21 Arrives at ltowland Stanford at No. 22 1:08 X. M. - 2:10 A. M. at 12:00 DAT. - 2:30 P. M. at KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Train going North " " " " " ' outh " ..... ., ,..12 37 ... ... 2 41am ...12 43 a m 1 pra W. D. Stagg will take charge of the Exchange Hotel, Jan. 1st. A new barber Bhop and bath room will be In business shape by circuit court. P. W. Napier lias hU new livery Btablo about completed. It Is 200 feet long by 50 In width, the largest stable in the county. Five new residences arc intho courso of erection here now, and by Jan. 1st no less than a dozen elegant ones will have been completed In 12 months. 'Thanksgiving serviced were held at the Christian church. Rev. J. Q Montgomery filled the pulpit. A union prayer meeting Is held at the Christian church onco a week and is well attended by church members of all denominations. The recent meeting held by tho sanctified evangelists hero was well attended; but few people, however, were converted by their efforts. Capt. W. C. Curd and Judge James Denton, of Somerset, were hero last week. F. 13. Twldwell, of Hustonville, went home bununy after a two weeks' stay with W. D. Stngg. Felix was after birds and fish, especially tho lat ter, and from strings ho brought in, may bo called a very worthy disciple of Isaac Walton. Ho has accepted a position with tho American Computing Scale Co., and will go to work Jan. 1. Mrs. Frank Vaughan, of Marlon county, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr. C. L. Herron, here. Misses Amanda Stono and Julia Stagg spent Saturday in Hus- Royal Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome OTt nmiwo rowota co., 20 YEARS' EXPERIENCE, In scientifically testing nml correcting nil manner of defective oyo sight. No rhnrgo for tetlnj; uyes. Proscriptions for glastft specially ground and lit In frame, of any met ti I select eil from wimples. Order promptly tilled. Will cull nt your pln.'o of tmslnoxs nr residence without uylrn charge If nspilrcd. Address L. O. POWELL. Optl- clnn. Ilox o7, HiiMoiirlllc. Ky., or cull nt Adams' Drue More. clo-4n- g NOTICE. Tho rnrmcrtt Hank Trint Co., located nt Stanford. In tho Slato of Kuntucky.li uji In nlTnlrH. All creditors of said Hank ilicroforo nro horuby no till ml to pro Hunt tliolr I'laliiHiignluslHnld Hank for pay .V: ' , mont. J. II OWSiiKV, Cashlor. i vox. 1 Nice tXoiue For Sale. fourth and Walnut Sts.j IU Dufeim lewclry Company, Cincinnati, 0 will sell prlvutoly tnv homo ou Danville plko, 1U in in from Stanford. Contain l'.'S acres, Is well Improved nml out) of tho nicest place utioiit town. Clreenborry 4 llrlght, Stuurortl, Kjr. 1 1 Tho Lincoln County National Ilnnk, of Stanford, Ivy., has ruccoimIoiI tho I'lirmerM Hauled Trut Co.. of Stanford, Kv , mid Iiiih nssu'iicd nil It llahllltlvi, nnsotH and imtiro liusliio.i. . M.SUANUO, I'r,,doiit. J. II. OW3LKY, Ca-hlo- r. LOUISVILLE HOTEL Louisvlllo. Ky., AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN The Ladies lUvUuurnut Is the finest in the city, livery convonioncu for Imllva Hpcndlng the dny in tlio city. Gcntlent-n'Cafe on olllc'o lloor. s Loss Distance Telephone. Cill 870. jftlt our 'Diamonds arc Carefully salaclod in tho rough, and Louisville, - -nt Kentucky, Will bo tho cut in our factory by Cxpcrt 'Diamond Cutters, life carry Myers House, Stanford, on TuesjCowest SPrices. the jCargcst Stock in the West at the WATCHES. DIAMOND CUTTERS. DR. R. GOLDSTEIN, Of No. SI4 I'ourth Ave, day, Nov. 29, 1898, 21pm SILVERSMITHS. STATIONERY. For allll'olnts. BO'JGU TICKCTS MJ1.K. IIAGGAUfi CHECKED THKOUOU. For any Information cnqulro ol JOE S. FRANKFORT KICK, Agent, We are Sole Agents for the Our Department of Our stock of STERL1NO SILVER TOILET WARE and Celebrated I'atek, Phllllppe A Stationery and EngravWEDDINQ SILVER la the Co. watches. Our stock In this most complete In the West. A line includes every grade and ing is thoroughly few exclusive ratterns of Sterand complett ling Silver Spoons and Forks at make known to the trade, at In every resptct. prices to suit everybody. Si.oo pen ounce. Send for our Holiday Shopping List, containing many valuable Buggsstlons. orders promptly attended to. Qoods sent to our Patrons on Selection. Uoturiilng one dny In ouch month. Eye: Examined and Ql&ssos ISclontlfically (62) Adjusted. THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, .Music - Manager. TuobJ.iv, TluiMtlny and Sunday Stanford, Ky. AND CINCINNATI. Mali POSTED. Wo linvo TH)Mod our laniN nml horrtiy warn all Mtritoiiii from tnwp.ttliig on thorn for any purKwt wlmtovor, iindor penalty of tho law provliliKl In such ciimm. FIRE INSURANCE Trains leave Frankfort at fi SO a. m. and 3 r. ., onnecting at Georgetown with Q. A C. and reaching at 8:40 a. m. and 5: 10 r. M. Leavo Paris t., connecting at Georgeat9:20 a. M and 3:30 p.reaching Frankfort at 11:55 town wlthQ A C and "" Ma 7:23oSKPH H. NEKTON. A. O. P. A. rri Brown Wagons Timothy and Clover Hay, Billboards, Spring Wagons, h. J. J. W. IIA1K11IMAN, i: LYNN. II. .McKlNNKV. ii. itAruiiMAN. ') J. S. K. K. I'ATTKItiO.N, II SIIAN'KS. A. M. I'KI.AM), MKS. V. tlltlMItf. .1. K. HIMTL'K, 1'. M. WAUU. J. .S OWM.HV. SK. A.M. I'KNOI M.S. llAtHlll.MAN, t. in m:wixi. Insurance Company OK BROOKLYN. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City as follows. 1 12 02 p m No. 2 North South 11 tonville. pm NOTICK. ft i X : W. T. Rowe, a member of American Ia herctty given to nil in'ont holding Lin1149 am " coln County lltiniN if sorhvt iss, joiL 3, to "4 " .....3 41am Computing Scale Co., of New York, " ......u ioa in " o NO. 6 Co., ioiiiui jirtwont muiio to tho undorslgni'il liommlt-to- o oooam wasnore last week. Mr. Rowe was 805 tt m "io " n o for payment. TliU Ootobor IT. Imw. stop. No 2 stops only for puen-cer- s formerly a hardware drummer, but No. 1 docs not JAS. V. IIAILKV. KOUNDICD 1HOO. from South of Nmemct. 9 and 10 run no (IKO. II. fOliPHH. than Junction City and 8 and 0 only to Som- meeting one day in Tennessee an in1IAKVKVJIELM, erset. Vehicles of All Kinds. ventor with a computing sealo which Ooinmtttto. ho had devised, Mr. Rowo saw there was money in the scale, organized a STANKOltP, KY TO. company, bought the right to manufacMRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. ture It and now has on the market what : many believe to be tho best computing failure to fix responsibility, he says: & The Havana Limited.- - Tho first scale yet made. Mr. Rowo is a native "We have furnished you the facts, ' American railway to announce train SURGEON, Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndsd of Russell county and a brother of Mrs. shown you brutality, cruelty, neglect, service for the especial benefit of travel Porters tablo. Everything - W. C. Adams, of this place. Ills friends indllTcreucc: how men whom the gov- - to tho Went Indies has been heard 89 all trains. meet all over Southern Kentucky wish him crnment is under every obligation to from. Tho Queen & Croscent Route Qltlcoovor IU!rRln MU'lrinoy' Storo. success in his enterprise. protect and especially they had a right are announcing a fast train known as A. S. Stani'okd, Kv., At tho last county court a tax was to rely on such protection, were hturved tho "Florida and Havana Limited." t Surgeon levied to defray the expenses of keep- even in the laud of plenty; were un- - It will go Into service from Cincinnati I KcccIvin-hiHFi- ill Dentist, IJndortulcor, ing tho roads In repair and building a cared for when sick, loft without at- - to Tampa, Jacksonville, Miami, Mobile Kontuck)-bridge across Green river at this point. tention; when wounded were abused, and Now Orleans. This exponent of Qustonvillo, Green river divides tho couuty almost maltreated In some cases wore practi-- ; the genuine Amcrlcau Idea of getting ( Wl Idl (win Goods Warranted. OflVrs his wrTlrn to tbs wpli Office over McRoberts' Drug Store In theROwsley in halves and for weeks in tho wintor into the Held early will be a cotnpleto in.1 cally murdered. We have shown Hulldlnir. cwuntlf. lull stock of Cwtanssnd C.k. is unfordablc, making it impassable to an Indifference and Kill tilllog of human vestlbuled service, with diners, obsor-- i .usiwsTson nsnii. lut Guaranteed. 95 get from one side of the county to tho sufferings which continue even now. vatlon cars, wldo vostlbnles, electric D. 8. CrfUtT. Manssvr. Give Him a Call other. Thero should have been a bridge If this uatlon Is to become a war-Hheadlights, and all tho paraphernalia here CO years ago, and now that it Is to one, If we are to have an army which of tho modern railroad train. It is be built it Is to be regretted that any shall be cflicient and to bo relied upon, chiefly to bo marked as being first In Wo are In tlit Undo with 1'nlls Hriiuehiwitl NATIONAL BANK man In the county is so devoid of public, these crimes and blunders must be cor- - tho field for tho new territory which Is othi'r good ConN. AIw liny, Corn, OsK, ShlitulT, Flour, Ac. WonUo handlo Itrk'k fl(vE JRh OK SaTANKOItn. KY. spirit that ho can oppose it. A few such rected, and vour commission must cor-- 1 just coming ttntlor the protection of and yand. Itemumbor wo ttiko 1'arm tt men, however, nro to be beard threat- rcct them. It is not for vou to niuku. the greatest ilag on ourth. Train will lu exriinngi'. Prompt dollvory itnd attention to nil ordor. Olllco mid hciiIoh ening Tllford and tho feeble excuse IIIUKU I IIIUU IO No. 4 4. . Ky. trates Judgeeternal oblivionthe magis- a mere voluntary that our committee, connectUStwith fine IUI IB tllllllCU UI1U Will r.oar L. .V N. Uopot. Toloehono H PKNCK Capital Stock $103,000. Ssrjte:, $15,750 with for their PKUItIN association with no steamer service to Office, over Wgglns & McKlnncy's Store. Attention of the public Ii catld Io tli fact thai P 3. Wo hIm carry Sowing .Miti'hliio, 8ollclt a sliaro of tho patronage of tho coin action. But by the greater majority legnl existence even, shall shouldor various ports In Cuba, l'orto Rico and PartN uiid Attm.'limnu and do ull kind, of thlalt the only alHna! lUtik In StauWd Un rter the in.tllon oi tha Nulotial llsok At! SO of the taxpayers of tho county, demo- this responsibllty." inanity. Jamaica. It marks a now era in rail- repairing. !.XW' df ltor arc amired not oalr l. Ihn capital stock but by tli stock lioldrra' liability lor an amouut cratic and republican, encourage them roading In this country. ualtn thesloek sotliat ill llita lnftllu-UuIn thelrcnterprlsing and public spirited ABE YOU A DEMOCRAT? are iecumt by a fund ol NWi.uvo Ino sworn THE BEST PLASTER. lUleaitnls ol tba nnidlllimo! the lUnk are nude course. well jiar to the Untied Stale (iuTernmrnt and ll ts are examined at tUtnl iIhi by goierliment There is an enterprise in a fair way An old ndace reads: "Them Is .1 nl.io. OR TRADE. A piece of ilannol dampened with agents, tti for everything." and for everything to bo curlni:adilltloual and rtrt salcl to succeed, however, which it is pleas- In lodeiaMllort. its place, the LOUISVILLE DISPATCH Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound ThUliMtltullon orlclnslly eaiaMUbM as the ant to note, has tho unanimous support should find a place In the homo of every on to the affected parts Is superior to fc'lllld ftirm (ifjllacrw In SoulUwtH K 1. rwsll lUnk ol Staiir.iid In 2) si. In III. .Mlv.url line W Wil. the .Satlenal Hank ofManteid then !.rranranlied r of all parties interested. This is the DEMOCrtAT In the SUNNY SOUTH. Tho any plaster. When troubled with n jnx mile from toimtry, tlikkly iwltlnl.oil WiU andai:aiii firmliiK rwwKanlred as the Hind hitlonat JUnk ol hianforj movement to erect a graded school Dispatch is tho iKopIe's paper, owned by paiu In tho chest or side, or a lame hh; tprxo or lnnli- - fr firm In t'.nlral in ImS, Can wy Sl.imJ to l,('i dilkrctviu In a enee for hat) had rnluiUy anunlRtorropifel ciiil the people, and Is always ready to light hack, give S4 Mler building and maintain a graded school A.IJri'M It a trial. You aro certain rude. (76) I. Slsiif.ird, Ky laMlltUs fur ears. It Is lu.h. tumdlMl now wt: IranuitirHF for the cause of the people. IT STANDS iir..n.iir .n,i in. erallylhancier l4oieln lis lone and honorable town. mi; preliminary steps to SQUAUELY ON THE CHICAGO PLAT- - j to bo more than pleared with the in the I'lllrlduals, Udutiarlis.flrinr M;r..A.Tnl!,"0,.. the required election to vote necessary 'ORM, without the aid or consent of the prompt reuei wnicn it auorus. l'ain kCd lliJlrldualsadlc-ltrd! taxes have been taken and without on Ood Dug Monopolies, and a fair compar- - Balm is also a certain cure for rheumUIKKCTORt F.KeM, Lincoln Co.; J W. llajrden, Stanford luwtflnnt nnxt war will wltnosa tho laon ot ta newa Service (DOW being fur- - atism. For sale by Craig Sc Hooker, N " lUughiuin, ' .' nUhcd over leased wires by tho New York inauguration of better educational Sun tho Chlcago Inter Qccm and tho Druggists. T Jim, lUrta? determined Inehanti my IxitlnvM, I will J S, Mocker, " " W. A rrfbble, Mil at public auction. If not sold privately U'fhn-Ifacilities In Llborty than havo over Northern Press Association) with that of M. J. Miller. Mt. Vernon. Iront ilieroort.itouie In Stanfunl, on Mun ii ".Ci'lU'r.l'"" Tho famous old city of Ghent, Bel- dy, of 13, any other paper, will fully verify Its I'arm of II, I) l.liuorr, atanfonl. (omily Court been enjoyed by its people before. lrc It U vrill linprurrd lay, my nix In Ai ni. wild ruoni Motto, "If you see It In tho Dispatch It's gium, is built on 20 islands, which aro tirlck dwelling, orncaat two pkhI IoImpiv lnrn, itd J S. Hooker, J, J Mcllulwrls CashU bo, and If It's so It is always In the Diswith each other by 60 htrn and other outhmiM I arm I. well wsleml, jconuceted WAR ECHOES. A a MeKlnnejr.As.ManKaHiler, And Dealer in patch." bridges. Threo hundred streets ntid mile I'roi.i rrearlii'ntvlllA nlLr, In e'kmI iioljlil-i- r hud and coiitenlfiit tu cliun lnoiund vdciin, lur The Dispatch also has a staff of over Itiunon Blanco has resigned as aro contained in those HARNESS, SADDLERY, &0. tain general of tho Spanish forcescap- 300 actlvo correspondents in the South, and 30 public squareshas been the scene of liinlirr liiftirmallon cnll on r sddrcM Hal, Ky. Till IlK.ll bl.AKIiKNT. Walnut in will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE islauds. Ghent STANFORD, KY. Cuba. THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS many treaties, Insurri.ctIous and reTHE Interest in the date of the home- of any other Louisvlllo paper. Get tho volts, and It was there the treaty was HPTIIMtf QVQfll I.' of the 1st Kentucky Is acute on Dispatch; It gives tho newB and tells tho made terminating the war of 1812 becoming !'S truth about It. !! imi of the delay of the transport. tween this country and England. account Dally, 8 pages; Sunday, 21 pages; WeekWo have now d ourhlaughleriiig jtens Admiral Sampson owns several very ly. 8 pages. Wo club with tho Weekly for short hllo. Will PENEritATHS Miss Nora Bltner, of Pittsburg.mado still ahavo tiirkvys that my to those who wo will open up fast trotters at his home at Glen IUdge, Dispatch at tho remarkably low prlco of some jocular remnrk while passing a again In nlut two weeks, und thou wo will U tOuh,tl3 A.N.J I'll 11 Cl,.ls. N. J., and when ho Is off duty he freEIGHT GREAT STATES group of girls at play, hut she wont do want your turkeys. Will iiav von the hlirh- quently speeds them. ost market, prlco for them. Peed thorn well A SURE SIGN OF CROUP. Uontuckv, TeiinvMi-rso any more. Threo of them less than und havo thorn f.it. Virginia, Georgia J. II. Kelley, ono of the Merrlmac North und .South Carolina, J. K.CIIIIIsTIANA CO, Hoarseness in a child thut Is subject IS J cars old ran her down and kicked Alabama, MlssUnlppl. who staid longest on the ship, Manfurd, Ky. heroes, 1 and was badly burned, was lined S3 at to croup is a suio indication of tho ap- her to death. e)) (iiia REiaimtithmMiii Cmg (i proach of thediscase. If Chamberlain's Boston for drunkenness. ! The entire 3rd Kentucky reirlment Cough Remedy is given as soon as the Hetwcon Louisvlllo am' the South, at Columbus, Ga was arrested at Its . child becomes hoarse, or even after tho croupy cough has appeared, It will precamp for with orders Notice N hereby given to thoso holding to be in lino for Inspection by Gen. vent the attack. Many mothers who claims npalnst tho oituto of William Huh-biDAILY duo'd, to present, thorn properly verified havo croupy chlldrorit always keep Wiley. Each way between Loulsvllltfand Lexington 1110 nt once. Parties owing tbb ostnio to During the war, tho U. S. invested this remedy at hand and find that it nro requested to settle with mu without do W. A. TUItK, O. P. A.. it. h. uuiinia:. luv. $3,871,(100 In horses and mules and 8353,-49- 9 saves them much trouble and worry. WnHhlngtoii, I). 0. i:ccntor of Wllllum Hubble. W. II. TAVLOE, A. O. P. A. in wagons and harness. As they It can always be depended upon and is Louisvlllo. K t can only be sold for a small amount, pleasant to take. For sale by Craig & PUHIIO SAK OP A there are over four millions practically Uocker, Druggists. Stanford. .1 lost. Six years ago this country produced SPLENDID LITTLE FARM In an olllclal report to the war deFrank J. Itccd, Gen. Pass. Agt less than 10,000 tons of tin and ternc Utfst lino to and from As administrator of tho E. II. Bacon, Dis. l'ass. Act, partment, Gen. Wood says Santiugo is plates. Today tho estimated output Is Lucas, deceased, with tho estuto of Win. will annexed, I now as clean and healthy ns any town W. II. McDoel, Gen. Mgr will on Charles II. Rockwell Traffic Mgr of its size along tho American seacoast over yii;000 tons a year. Ten years ago the importations amounted to 400,000 Doc. 3rd, 1898, South of Fortress Monroe. There bus All points in Michigan, tons a year. Tho importations for the MAVjE not been a murder in tho city slnco About tho hour of 2 o'clock' i m,, nt tho HANDY current year will not equal dwelling houso on tho premises near HusAmericans occupied it. 60 YEARS' tonville, Ky., soil nt public miction to tho amount. If Ihc turkey works a little mlnchiof Bitter feeling, which has long exist that EXPERIENCE hlghost bidder, tho fnnn on which Wm LuWhite City Special. cas, deceased, lived nt tho time of his between the white and black soled A Clydesdale exhibited In New York denth. Tho farm contains ubout Indigestion sometimes follows the Ilest Terminal Station, diers at Camp Shipp, Annlston, Ala., weighs 3,000 pounds. This monster is ThankBgiving feast. broko out last night, when there was 20 hands high, and, although only P U a bloody fight between the .'Id Alabama live years old, measured 32 inches We have Jamaica Ginger, folic euro, Avoiding tho Tunnel. Negroes and members of tho provost round tho arm, 45 inchesarojnd tho Well located, convenient to town,, to churchItipnn's Tubules, Ikecliam's Pills and maTrade Marks guurd. Oco Negro was killed, several stifle or kneo joint, 93 Inches girth, 31 es and excellont Hchools. Tho resldeuco Is y frame building. Outa nlcu, Designs ny other wo.l known and cflicient remewere wounded and others aro missing. Inches round tho hip and 11 feet four buildings In good state of repair. COPVRIQMTB AR. Wngnur Sleeping Cars. Anyone ending a sketch and description mar cash, remainder In Tkiims. Privates E. D. Gild hart and Joo Craw- inches in length. qaicdiT s.ocriam mtr opinion fr.Afinit... an ono and two years In equal Installments, dies. Just ns well havo one or two of Invention ts probably natcntnbln. Communlen. ford, of tho 4th Kontucky, were fatalbearing lutorest from dato of sale and for UonsRtrlctlrconrldentfal. Handbook ou Patents Bont freo. Oldeat auoncr for aecurtnir o.teni.. ly wounded. It was tho wounding of A Cincinnati meteorologist predicts which notes with good security must bo them In tho house ('n mmi.n I'atonts taken tumush Munn given Immediately. tvttlat notice, without charuo, in the Glldhart that led to tho fighting. that December will bo a severe, cold given. Possession J. W. HOOIv'Elt, Admr. Wo aim to run n perfect drug More and Iluirut Parlor t ars. Wngnor Sleeping Cars Private. Compartment Ours, Ko. Robert J. Hosevelt, secretary of tho winter month. High, cold, piercing onclios and Dinine; Cur-jcommittee of the society for the pro- winds, blizzards and severe snowstorms TK TDV HeKlnnlui? Nov. lit, I will run a sell only pure Drugs, Wo make every efAhandtomelr llluitraird weiklr. Ijrgeit clr. I5u sure your lickots I A I 'dairr vraston In Manfor.l and lu eolation of an, selenium Journal. Terms. 13 read via IUO FOUIt, Ur tection of soldiers, has sent a red-h- ot und a great amount of snow will fall (untirbs, una win no iau wj mrnifii tlioso with fort to please and satisfy our customers. yew: (our months, f I. Sold i.tii K- MAKTIN,' to buy Orders left with J H, have letter to the whitewash committee, In throughout the country and through milk who receive prompt attention arpMc"MU MUNN & Co.38,Bror. New York Meier will l'abs.TruflicMgr, Uen. 1'usa ATkl. Art . J. II. Camk.vim.-iiBchOfflco.CFBUWashlniton.J.C. ' which, after currying It down for its the mountain and lake regions. No. 1 Ho. 3 Caledonian Insurance 8c. oi Scotland. fun-th- er Mason Hotel first-clas- s. TT. TJ. BRIG-HT-. R.B.MAHONY.Agt, H. C. RUPLEY, DR. R. PHGLPS, Iancaster, Kentucky. homeopathio:phybioian Stanford, Kentucky. The Merchant Tailor, And PRICE, J. T. Cy SUTT02VT, Stanford, 2y WintcrlGoocIs. u j DR. P. W. CARTER, ko . NOTICE. J FIRST Pro-due- Dentist, Stanford, J.CrtcCtyVY FARM FOR SALE n ' 1 Kfii-liwk)- ll-i- x I FARM FOR SALE It, M n UNDERTAKER! I 1 -- " "'' . "n-li'- sliK-- l, 1 I Soutilern Railway 1 L ii TAKE THE rlo-o- HBHI , NOTICE Through Steeping Cars TRAINS The Popular Route to ce o, THREE CHICAGO. Vice-Pres.& TI-- 4t Big Four Route' Saturday, Toledo and Detroit. CHCIOAGO. one-fourt- h HELP st. koians B03T02T. two-stor- One-thi- rd Scientific JHhericatt. . Penny's Drug Store. J- y,' - - j