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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898120201 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. gMW if yytjqy yywvft'.tw yiwt"f' SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXV11. NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. MATRIMONIAL INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. DECEMBER MATTERS, LAUD AK'D STOCK. I 1898. NO. 78 POLITICAL POINTS, II ! i I r !t John Payno, a widower of 70, was noiir Samuel Fox. ncuil T., died The DbvII sild at Paris for $2,800. The election board commission was mnrrlod at Fayotte, Ind., to Miss Julia Docemb.'r wheat was 05 at Chicago to have decided tho Williams- - Pugh nooncsboro, MndUon comity. Mis Murp,uret Tnols, of Purl, Is Wyman, 21. yesterday. contest yestcrdav. Sherman Slmilowen, 23, and Miss now In charge of tho school lit Mlllers-burJ. M. Hill bought In Garrard 11 Mordceal Williams .ivrf : 1m M. Lydla Sowoll, 2'J, were married at butcher cattle at 2.00. majority over Pugh in the 0th, and Lyon A Allan sold to Mac Wheat Sum Goodloe, colored, was) jjlyon two Nathan Singleton's on tho 30th. expects tho certificate of election. Mark Centos, lato of Switzerland, cattle at 3.771. yearn at Lancaster for lubbln olil Tho next (50th) Congress will stand and Mls Lula Turnbull, daughtor ol Jack Chlnn's L!sak sold at Lexing- 181 republicans, 10S democrats, seven Makes mini Graven. food more delicious and wholesome Tho new $1,000 tfymnaslum lit Cenl John Turnbull, wore married Wednes ton to C. .1. Enrlght for $7,000. majority, six. BOTU 0mO POWOtBCO., NEW YORK. Tho Georgetown TIme reports salos trill University has boon formally open- day. The Congressional Record is now John Gluich shot himself to death at of 114 export cattle at 14 to 1.00. ed to thu public. putting in a color prcts und making In St. Joe. W. Frank MoKinncy sold to various preparations for the Depcw comic supKnnU Thurmun, the Richmond mem- the door of his father-in-laber of the lib Kentucky, was notklllud Mo., becmibo his wife wouldn't Me parties a lot of 300 pound hogs at 3c. plement. him. Held & Tribble bought, of G. A. The Craftons father, son, grandat Annlston an rcortcd. P. T. Illinium's widow who married Swlnebroad 10 yearling nteers.at $25. A. J. Crawford, of Somcrsot, putltluns father and all voted John Walker bought in Hockcastlo thu democratic ticket at Milton at the In bankruptcy with liabilities of 3lW,000 a Greek In 180(1, now dead, Is to be mar ried tho third time to a French noble- and Jackson a bunch of calves at $12 to last election. and assets of tilxiul J1.&00. 810. Tho fourth trial of a suit for a i'M man. The olllclal returns for the 11th disMr. John Bright put 170 pounds on a Mrs. Harris Cloyd, of Gormantown, Tho costs 1h on at Utchinond. Btcor trict are as follows: Boreiig, 15,700; O., attempted to kill hursolf when she hog In 70 days or about 21 pounds a White, 11,214; Tye, 3,310. Boreing's have already run up to WOO. day. plurality 4,402. Tlio wnmon of lllohmond will hold smelled whisky on her husband's .1. C. Turlcy bought of .). M. Blgstaif, Hov. Henry Van Dyke, D. D., created dally prayer meetings until after tho breath. At John Singleton's Wodnoednv, of Montgomery, 200 e.v port cattle at a sensation at the Sous of the Revolulocal option ulcctlon, Doc. 10. I cents. Georgo Montgomery, 21, and Miss V. P. Kd wards, a prominent tion banquet in New York by savagely Sales of 23 export cattle at 1.G0 and attacking the expansion idct. eltUun, 1ms disappeared and It Mona Gooeh, 17, were made husband 25 yearling Vehicles of All Kinds. cattle at I ar reported In and wife. Is feared ho ban destroyed hlnifclf. Zelgler, the prohibition candidate William Owens, of Owen county, tho Paris News. for Congress In this district, got only Howmnn G. Williams, ton of Itev. On account of the bad weather the Harrods-burebroko tho record by marrying three 435 votes and had his name spelled. Zir-gl- n John Augustus Williams, of Lexington races have baon declared In some of the papdrs reporting; it. died of Hrleht'ii disease, need 33. times In three years. Ills first wifedlud olT till next spring. Senator Hoar takes a decided stand Tho widow of tho lato T. S. Hronston, and ho socured a divorce from the L. C. King, of the Hubble section, against the acquisition of the Philipof Ulehmonh, wan operated on for lock sold to K. L. King a suckling shorthorn A St. Louis woman went to Cincinpines, anil promises a bitter light in ed bowels at Lexington and nho li do nati and putting up at thu Palace Hotel bull calf for $27.50. against ratifying tho Paris ing fairly well. J. W. Banghman sold to Montle Fox the Senate treaty. John L. Donley has sold an Interest advertised for a husband, to whom she 33 cattle at .'lie. He sold to In tho Paris llojwrter to John D. would pay $250. She had oilers by the The olllclal vote in the 3d appellate B. G. Box a mule for $00. Wyatt, of the Etng Knqulror. and the hundreds, but her mamma heard of hur district is, Hobson, democrat, 24,575; But n thorough search for where the credit belongs. AVe endeavor to treat you mare Ella Blnckburn, a right nnd guarantee satisfaction. We buy the best for the mono Marsh, pop paper will hereafter bo under tho man- freak and came and took her homo. by Luke Blackburn, brought $1,050 at Jones, republican, 21,783; and give you the ucnetlt ot it. Samuel Ellett is prosecuting his fifth ulist, 37S. Hobson's majority over agement of Hoalcy k Wyntl. Tomple suit for divorce at Huntington, Ind. the Lexington horse sales. 2,702. Tho handsome now Masonic y Jones, Win. Brldgeforth sold to John of Klehmond, which has just been He Is 05 years old and has been marJudge Lewis, who retires from the 123 export cattle, average 1,100, at completed at a cost of $i,U00, will bo ried six times. His Orst wlfo died and court of appeals, Jan. 1, wants to bu He Mt. Sterling Gazette. formerly opened Friday night with an ho has been divorced from four others. HubbHrd bought of his neigh- tho reporter of the court and will likeIsaac an elaborate benefit ball and banquet. Five of his clx wives tiro uow living in bors about 100 barrels of corn, half of ly bo choien, though tho present en- Boys' Suits. M.flO to $13.50. Children's Suits, 1.2o (o 7.f0. Top Coats for Men, Boys nnd Children, Underwear, Shirts. Han, Shoes, Mclntoshes, Umbrellas, Kight cumbent und others are candidates. Tho Hlcbmond Telcphonu Co., has that country. jl. At Evunsvllle, Ind., Will P.alnos, which lie will haul hiuiiclf, at That gentleman from Utah, who and Bath Itobcs, Suits I leaned nnd Pressed. been charging i'l per month for ollices William Cloyd, of Cnscy, bought In aged II), became angry at his sweetand il.RO for residences, which rates Lincoln and Casoy 00 hogs at 2j to 2.00 wants to establish a private congrestho Hast Tonnoseo provisos to smash, heart, Mamie Doenoh, because she and sold n lot of butcher cuttle at 2 sional harem In Washington, appears to accompany him home from a to be creating more of u disturbance putting In tholr Instruments In ollices X3G. DANVILLE. dunce. The young man threatened to to 2ic. for $1.60 and In residences for SI. Pilatus, 2:00i, has been bought by than usually falls to the lot of a new kill himself, and the girl jokingly said: Garrard county will Hull 800,000 Frank P. Konney, secretary of tho M. C. John D. White Is In Frankfort and Is por cent, bonds to pay for tho turnpikes. "I dare you to." Haines shot himself Louisville Trotting Association for preparing papers charging tho repub They will bo W00 In denomination, the In the abdomen and is not expected to $10,000. With u wry liirpe ntul seluet stock mid first $5,000 payable In llvo years, the live. Tho girl is almost prostrated, H. II. Bronaugh's Kitty B. sold at lican machinery in the 11th district I, remainder at tho rato of S1.0O0 por an- and It Is feared she will lose her mind. Woodard k Shanklln's salo Tuesday with all kinds of frauds anil is demandK-E! yj num. Shu was bought by W. E. ing a certillcutc of election in that for MT. VERNON." We can please you In Shoes, for Women, Children and Mon. We stand at Bore- - i district over Congressman-eleThe coal men at Altamont are at war Jordan, of Chicago. tho top for Quality, Style, l'lt. Ac. You can buy from us Shoes that are raised by II. C. Thompson and Will his farm of You can buy rabbits for three cents Thomas Gibson has sold solid as low priced as anywheie. A question of the legality of the v Williams, of London, who lomjMise apiece and (juall for 12 cents here. 250 acres, between this city and i Co.il Mining Company, election of II. Clay Eversole as, judge thoAllamout to Hlchard Igo for $17,500. Mr. Brown has sold tho brick hotel of the Loudon district, arises under .., taking a force of men and tearing up for $1,200. A number of Important land Htchinoud Heglstr. tho track of tho A. k M. Hallway Com- riikitt wuru made Monday. Thou wo keep tho highest grades, In fact, tho place to get your Shoos. K. W. Leo sold in the Lexington section 152 of tho now constitution, reOar Oipnts Furnishing Dopirtment Is full of good things In pany for some distance. Trouble grew thoroughbred lating to tho filling of vacancies and Tho literary club met with Dr. A. G. stilo his lino yearling over tho rlpht to uso a trestle, which Lovell last Friday evening. The club colt, Ten Candles. William Lakeland, there may bo a judicial adjudication, tho Altamont Coal Co. had enjoined is taking the Chautauqua course. of Now York, being tho purchaser at Judge Brown holding on until it la lining settled. Newest things In colored Shirts Dress Phlrt. Neckwear Gloves, Hosiery, thorn from 11 There will be a Christmas tree at tho $1,200. man. Trunks and ValUes. Jackson county, which two years ago III!' lints nnd Everything to mako a in Fire destroyed Mrs. Anna Crutcher's Christian church on thu evening of thu HUBBLE. gavo over 1,200 republican majority, 'S tli. The children voted unanimously barn near Versailles and three hordes y Those who have seen Carman's road for this mode of celebration, and it Is burned to death. Twenty tons of hay gavo only 220 this year. You can now republicans have been . machine work, think It would bo a good quite uusy to grunt them their choice an J 300 barrels of corn were also con- sco what the Thelead ngShoo and Furnishing House, DANVILLE doing to the returns In tho mountain sumed. thing for the county to buy ouough of when tho cedars grow so near town. ! It'M It Is estimated that Clark couuty counties. That they stole tho State them to work tho county roads and Miss P.uth Ellison, of thu College. for McKlnley is as certain as taxes. payhave marketed, or will market, turnpikes, and repeal tho law for iis Stanford, wa the guest of Miss Salllu farmers llf ing hands to work on tho county roads. Carmlchal last week. A. Pennington this season 7,500 Hue, fat cattle at Cynthlana Democrat. Tho Financial Chronicle estimates $500,-00- 0 J. W. Kubunks sold a few extra good and nephew have returned to Annlaion prices that will bring $150,000 to that $5,000,000 was waged on the reInto tho county. W. ra! men hogs to James Kobineou at 3c. after a week's visit home. They speak I. J. C. Hublngcr, tho starchmau of sult of the recent election In New York. O. Floyd was up from Pulaski county in the highest tonus of Lt. Sam Lewis, New Haven, Conn., bought of B. G. Tho estimate is made by showing that & sale this week. who Is vary popular. with some mules for Fox, of Danville, a yearling pacing for two .weeks preceding the election Corn Is changing hands hero now ut We were pleased to nolo tho remarks tllly at the fancy prico of $1,000. Sho the ainojnt of cash missed from the S1.J5. T. C llankln bought a nice male Of tho iNTKUIOlt JOUUNAL. UK)tl the is by Nuthurst, dam by Abdullah Mam banks was a little over $7,000,000 and calf of D, G. SH)onamoro for $30. Don't Somerset whisky question, und hope as soon as the election returns were forgot George Lawson's sale hero next thnt the good people of that thriving brino. Eugene Leigh will have the largest settled, the money came back. Saturday. city will rise en masse and say, "Wo racing stable In America next year. He Tho oflico of general deputy collector 1) George Wood has returned from nut iiubimuw BiiiiiuiiB nun-- ; wu o nui . . n . , f of Internal revenue for tho Louisville nj ww i uun illicit;" owiuw Nothing 13 more essential to eonifort and health than warm, dry without buying any cattle, wmMmmenism.iuou, Tennessee ,.,,,., iieuris, , . ...,, t0uUvllle. It district and held by John Burton, of in Winter. Our footwear was selected with unusual care and I finding them higher there than here. or streets washed with tho blood of tho ft sure I can suit the most particular. Our line of whl cost him $50,000 a year to maln- - Lebanon, has been abolished by Interg peoreports John Yakey's Dr. Iler-Invictims of King Alcohol." Wo extend 9 nal Revenue Commissioner Scott. The ple all Improving, after severe attack? a hand to Editor Hansford and Mayor tain it. Spilmnn bought today position paid $2,400, half of which is Anderson & of typhoid fever. Kd Minor Is at home Parker In their noble elTorts to keep' of W. E. McAfee l,o00 bushels of wheat for traveling expenses. ro reason was work In Louisville and Frank- the saloons out. from his ss con- assigned by tho Washington author50c, but It was not In fort for awhile. James Cooloy, of Lou Mrs. Georgia Hleo and Miss Florellu at dition. They say tho market Is olT ities for the change. isville, is visiting Finloy Purdotn and Brown nro housekeeping again. Miss ' Tho ollleial cuuvuss of the voto in the again and thoy are offering only 00c Is especially attractive and stylish. Misses' goods in Black nnd Tan family for a few days. lie id a Martin visited Mrs, Oleo Brown congressional races gives Wheeler a Advocate. Kid and cloth tops. (!) last week. Edgar Albright spent of 5,514 in That Poou Litti.i: Krrrr.N'. About Thanksgiving at liomu. Miss Clyde At Lexington tho once mighty Spo- majority 4,470 in thethe 1st; Allen a plu2d; Rhea 3,023 in tvvn wnnlcH iK'ii Fdltor Walton, of tho kane, who defeated Proctor Knott in rality of and brother aru guests of Judgu Stanford Intkuioh JOUUNAI., announ- Lair thu American Derbies, was sold for tho 3rd; Smith 3,870 In tho 4th; Turner Lair. Miss Sallio Cook visited Miss $170. Forester, the sire of Licber Karl, 570 in the 5th; Berry 4,108 in tho Gth; ' T"TTT" ced that ho had a mothorlcss kitten at A Iza L 4 -- 3 (r.ll jr ' Brown during her stay at homo bolng cared for by his homo that was favorite for last year's Kentucky Der Settlo 0,710 in tho 7th; Gilbert S41 in for Thanksgiving. Dr. Grau man, who the Sth; Fitzpatrlck 2,050 In the 10th by, brought only $15. an old hen. Tho rural roosters took up lor discussion, and, see- has located hero for tho practice of 1,000 or 1,200 cattle wero on and Borelng 4,402 in the 11th. Putting About tho muttor Durable and Pretty. Men's Tans, calf and cordovans, heavy soles dentistry, Is at tho Miller House. ing that tho kitten was sure to cause tho Winchester market, some of them thu 9th as a stand olf, the democratic I! with invisible cork. Durable lined waterproof calf boots. Come to If the people of Somerset had heard of pretty good quality. Tho best prlco majority in the Stato is about 20,000. him troublo ut tho next meeting of the (f.Vi see us. We can fit and suit you in both style and service. L', Congressman Berry says he is against Press Association, Editor Walton an- the forcible temperance sermon preach- of tho day was 4 J e for a small lot of exII : nounced Inst Friday that tho kitten ed here recently by Bro. I. M. Boswell tra feeders, wt. 1.000 lbs. Heifers tho payment of $20,000,000 for tho Philippine Islands, contending that we Democrat. more, having died from suffoca- wo believe they would have seen the brought from 3 to was no rfFour dealers In Mt. Sterling have now hold those Islands aa firmly by tion, caused by tho hen continually error of their way. Tho bold stand JV which this nblo orator has taken for the slaughtered and sent East 40,000 tur- conquest as Spain ever did hold them 'Ml ffii hovering It. It is said that Shakespeare . had to kill right bus helped tho morals of this keys which averaged SO cents each, and that we have no moral right to once told a friend that ho V5S5SS " Morcutlo in the third uct in order to place materially. General regret was making an aggregate of $32,000, which pay anything for them. The adminiskeep Mereutlo from killing him, and It expressed when he handed In his ilnul was scattered in Montgomery, Powollj tration may be ablo to force tho measure through the present House If they Iron Fence. was probably the case with Brer Wal- resignation here, It being his intention Clark, Bath and Bourbon counties. Cypress Shingles. to accept a call from Mississippi, his In tho full of lt07 a lady living near get lt past the Senate by the 4th of ton. Ho had to kill tho kitton to keep is delayed tho rural roosters from running him native State. Bro. Boswell held a pro- this city bought four small turkeys of March, but if the measure tracted meeting at Petersburg lust a' neighbor .it a total cost of $1.85. Last 'until tho uew House is organized, then everlasting puns. crazy with their ( month, which resulted in 51 additions w.M-- she sold the produce of these thoy will havo a light on their hands. Glasgow News. to the church at that pliuv. four turkeys to one of our dealers for Tho Countess of Kdla, tho only AmerThe court of appeals alllrmcd tho deof eight turkeys Thu total amount of mouey now in- 3n.l0iind hasalloolt ican woman who over married u kln, cision of tho Bullitt circuit court, which Mill Work. ,tl Wini'lii'sier Democrm. Metal Roofing. lb reported to be dyinp; in tho chateau gavo a couplo of ladled SUtiO and S2i" vested In behalf of policy holders by of Cintrn, near Lisbon. In 1S02 she damages respectively against tho L. & the three greatcompanles of New York WEAK EV8 AHBMAIIH 8TU0.N0, ruwovwl and married inurt;unntlcully King Ferdinsuffered for Injury to health 1h nearly $750,000,000. Tho Mutual Dim vision Hindu liar MjN., who uvea "t any kind caused by their way to shelter In a Life has $135,000,000 of Its assets in- granulated 1UU or sore euii-- by Hie uo ot and, of Portugal, husband of tho lato peedlU alio by a long vested in bonds government, Stuto ftuihurfiinir.s eirecuially Salvo. It h put up Queen Maria do Gloria, of that country. snow storm belmr obstructed Hugh ICo and municipal. The Equitable lias In tuixs. and s.nd on a guarantee. The eountctia wao originally Ellse Hotid- freight train of tho company. They $120,000,000 and tho Now York $108,- - altiat lViinvV Drug storo. Loulsvlllo to lor, and wiw born In Hodton in l&'lU. tickets from and when put oil there could 000,000. Uerkoloy SprlngH, tiurlerl' due, nl . Cnaiuberlaiu'u Colic, Cholera and Science, Music, Art and Elocution, under cul- not gut across the tracks to tho depot, A Vu, li.i puioiiuued tho Wlllard A I.I, lllllDS, Full bourse of Study in Literature, THE EA0I.K, KINO or Ueuiedy can, alwaya bo detho way bolng blocked by a freight turedand expenenceu teacup lousl, U.u.hviiIi-- , Mini take, charge, Ularrhoea Olassos, Is untt'il for Its keen sight, clmir aiul Is pleasant and safe Special attention giveu to Primary and Preparatory puPlio hopof ho bought pended upon and train. vision. So uro tliosu noions who iim fi.u uuv.iiMn .. ,i... . '..Ilmrw niul I'd a copy o f our New Cataloguo, or writo tor one to M Kb. ii A. W. Jones, lu take. Sold by Craltf & Uockor, Sulliurlund's KugloHyo Salve for vvuuk oynn, Stan fold, Ky. t NAN.N1K, S. SA.im.EV. L.,dy W ucipal, The not gain of Un Maccabeo mem- styes, sore uyus nf uny kind or granulated i,.Vi'i i UrujjL'lsts. 5 cunut. wi Buhl ut l'ouuy' at tlOiU Mils. bership during the year lb 18,703, j g. I Royal r -- S.V)-pou- Absolutely "Pure Baking Powder liopullsts--republica- n L. the great-grands- on B rown Wagons, Timothy and Clover Hay, Spring Wagons, Billboards, etc. Mid-dlesbo- ;. XT. ID. bk,ic3-s:t- . sao-on- d. Not A War Investigation 815-pou- nd Km-br- Fine Suits from $5 to $20; Overcoats, $5 to $22.50. Telephone No. KY. re-fiu- The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., 1 1 P i 1 E ct PIKES Fox-tow- n, I GOOD SHOES VERY CHEAP. i UNOBRWnAR ! well-drov-- 2-- 1 4CALDWELL & LAN!ER, :W'.'r:p.v!v.Sv ' Jf m I ,&ai;5 an !.H33i:j n I FOOTWEAR I .,,, -- ),-- ,,, i first-cla- i INFANT 1 . : SHOES -- m I I Ladies' Shoes in All Colors anu w wig ii us. m 3c H. J. McROBERTS. A IA.C.SINELI STANFORD, KY. W - -- pur-chas- Shop-herdsvlll- o, -- Stanford Female College. HELTON, PRESIDENT. WaLlA .' IU-tl- nct wnii-MM-i'- il -- ;AfelOfa6MftiiW gra r&.iV-.- MtSfi.'!u . ju ' iki slA ujb. . f4 i, tL.. s,i4 -. - '"wwl . O Mgij jqpB r "'--- r y..- , 1$ .$ w: Is 1". ( 10 k V I K t Tho Fanners Did It. In ojr anxiety to sec Kentucky hang Blll Miller, the Negro rapist, will Regarding the effect of the war upon murderers than Negroes and hang at LaG range, Feb. X poor white folks, wo may have unintenA Kansas supremo court decision is stislucss conditions a Clncinuntl contionally dono Gov. Bradley an Injustice to tho olTcct that a liquor debt can not temporary offers this very sensible nnd rcnsonnblc view: "There is nnlmpres-Io- u Dec. 2, 189S in roferenco to tho Portwood commuta- be collected in that State. Great Dissolution Sale Is Mill drawing crowds from all over tho country. They Stanford. Ky.. prevailing hnt tho Improved busi- realize that it Is to their interest to buy where they run get tho most goods for the on an ordinary ship passing tion. Wo have it from good authority Tho toll that the entire court of appeals certl through tho Suez canal averages about ness conditions nre owing solch- - to least money. It affords uh great pleasure to havo our customers toll us when they Ihe large expenditures of the govern- leave the Storo that W. P. WALTON. lied to tho governor that the sentence $4,000. Tho distance is 02 miles. they will send all of their neighbors to seo us, then we know w o should be commuted and the record Three steamers havo been chartered ment made nccetsnrybythewar. This HYO d jno our duty, llolow wo will give a few prices that are second to none. showed that more than once Portwood to North Gorman Lloyd lino for taking silly partially explains the situation, As told la our dispatches in Tues- had attempted suicide, his lather the remainder of tho Spanish soldiers s prosperity Is altogether too genday's issue, it is all over now but sign-i- n had died In the asylum,that eral nnd too widely diffused to support his aunt and from Cuba to Spain. r tho treaty and arranging minor E. C. Morrow & Co , of Clarksvllle, the supposition thnt an expenditure of ... .. . olin'.H cousin died insane, and that there wcro f. aetatis. spam, unci- ..nnn.lnn A full line of Hltto and Fancy Prints Ik, ib many cvidonccs of a diseased mind in Tenn., have secured a contract with a hundred millions hnd brought nbout consented, to take ne'er consent Good Wenched Cotton 4c, 13,000.000 the roseate condition of affairs. There the defendant. Wo do not want to do tho Italian government for for letting us keep the Philiplias been, for instance, n buoyant stock Yard wide IJrown Cotton, I lousier Hrnnil, 3Jc, by the governor tho sllghtestlnjustice, for pounds of dark tobacco. pines after they were already ours r Unbleached Sheeting He, county will sell $ 10,000 bonds market, nnd as a gcnernl thing stock we believe that ho Is trying to do his right of conquest, but she did it under daty as he sees It, and in the main has byScott bids to bo opened Dee. 20. are not buoyant in times of war, nor Wo carry a full line of Velvets and Sdks nt lowest price, sealed .nln protestations, saying that she A nice lino of Dress Good, :?( inches wide, Plain nnd Fancy, 21c, succeeded well. Portwood'swasa very They are to bear 4 per cent, and be does governmental nctton inilucuce hnd exhausted the resources of diplo- revolting bulls and bears in any striking way. A.I wool IJInck, Figured, 30c. murder and while ho showed payable In 5 to IS years. macy in resisting proposals that arc Crop prospects have had their Influmuch method in his madness, may be A druggist In Cumberland county regarded as unjust, confessed that her insane and therefore irresponsible. $1,100 for selling whisky. Ho ence, nnd as the outlook is good, stocks was fined resources are not such as to ennblo her compromised by paying S.'loOand agree- boom. Another thing, the prices for and declared that to renew hostilities, SOMHTIME ago newspapers that will cereals arc far from low, and the for Of tliesu Dress Goods are sold hero each day for next to nothing Our gain is ing to leave tho county. she accepts the proposal of the Amer- take foreign advertisements at any eign demand go.vl, no the condition of greater from huhiII, quick profits than big slow ones. This is an explanation of the J. W. McGlbbcn, of the distillery the European crops ican commission "in her desire to avoid figure, wero felicitating themselves is not up to what extraordinary low price. Inequality of thro good Is as high ns thoco costing firm at Cynthlana, Is under bond for of bloodshed and from considerations that they were to get some of the $750,- - $S,000 to answer a chargo of duplication Las been represented. The main rea- doable as much elsewhere humanity and patriotism." "Consid 000, that tho American Tobacco Co., son for prosperity now is found in tho to a largo amount. erations for humanity" Is good coming was alleged to have put aside for ad of receipts has been rendored In the results of last year's efforts by the A decision agricultural classes. It wus an exfrom a country, which has always re- vertising. It turns out that it was all Heady-nud- e Drcfs Skirts 1.60 now OS. celebrated school case at Alton, III., ceptional year, garded human beings at a less rate than a fake and tho agency that placed the and it came at n good ' of sepa2, now 4S, upholding tho establishment time. They made money hand over cattle. The demands agreed to arc: ad. has already Issued a "stop order." " " " " pupils. :, now 12 4S. rate schools for colored Isfist, as they snv; they got out of debt Tho cession of Porto Rico and tho We do not mako fish out, of our home R. A. Moore, of Columbia City, Ind , land of Guam, the surrender of sov- patrons and fowl out of tho foreign ad compromised a seduction indictmont and had a surplus. Now they have sight, or ereignty in Cuba and the cession of tho vertiser, so we did not bite at the prop brought against him by Miss Minnie so, and they nre spending more almost on tlm Philinnine archinellgo. So far osition of less than 4c a sntmre. ns soma freely. ... i . ' Reese, of Louisville, by marrying her. Hepnirs are needed nbout the plnee, so good, but McKinley win never near om. neighbors did. who died In Mrs. Nuncv Tucker, new implement arc necessary, and the last of his foollsn proposition 10 Laruo county last week, was 10S years the Homcn folk, after several badt peodeOld John Palmer, whom a few give away twenty millions of the nl1. fihnwastbo mother of 19 chil renrs, ore in a condition to adorn themple's money for nothing save to salve luded democrats voted for in 1S9G for r I president, has been turned down by the dren, all of whom are living and mar- selves as becomes their position nnd Spain's wounded honor. CO Intelligence, and at the same time buy Illinois court. Ho contended that white ried Ono mnn was shot to death and three n few carpets, a new range, nnd sundry is ono of tho and Negro children should go to tho Admiral Cervkra W politiworld's heroes, thoutrh ho went down same achools, but the court decides that wounded In a general fight at a smnller items, which contribute to the meeting in Chicago. The farmer's comfort. Herein in defeat. Ho told the rulers of Spain whenever practical separate schools cal ward is the sewhat they might expect from a war must 00 proviueu. falmer lias gone trouble arose over tho aunual election cret of the good times now nppnrent. The fnrmcrs arc the wcnlth makers, A with the United States and protested entirely over to tho republicans and it of olllcers. CQ Orders for steel rails, involving the bushel or two if wheat menus that against hostilities. But they overruled j9 hoped that death will claim him millions of dol much wealth and ho murmured not, but went In foro i10 makes another political change, expenditure of several added to the tuition' . lars, have been placed with tho Federal Morc juU as a do,arV to do tho best he could. When ordered Lexington Leader says it is Steel Company 1... five MnllHnillJ nntiih. means the same when dug from the The bv Blanco to attempt to get out of tho Will prove that it Is of a superior quality, no matter how high your standard of earth. And the- nations are coming to Santiago bay, he realized the hopeless- - cruel for us to say that many congress-nes- s Injr Chicago. We can fit you either in Heady ninda or Tailor of tho us for the Bids for 81. 125,000 gold bonds necessaries of life nnd bet- cheap you may want a Suit, we can lurnijh you a good mnde Suits. No ninttcr how of his escaping to the open soaand men have from one to half a dozen strnlght or round cut, lllnek bearing 3J percent., tering our trade bnlanccs. It Is he saw death and destruction er women than their wives, who occupy city of New York, not to Issue was subscribed the war we owe prosperity. It is to Cheviot as low as 12 AS. Honiembor we entry n big line of Ladies' Gajws nnd staring hlra In tho face, he at once, like the same relation. But Bro. Roberts were opened. The Clonks nnd enn save roil 26 percent, on them. range'd from the farmers." tho true soldier that he Is, obeyed or- - has been around Washington enough 15 times over, and the bids llaby Shoes 2 to ft only 24c pair, ders. During his imprisonment In this to know that if cruel the statement Is 10G2S to 103.21. The transformation of Santiago do . .tn Men's K.ne Shots worth 1.60 only PSc, !... nt.l ...t fn ...l.tl.tn Jrwl tltti iV ...."" uuoa irom a . ..r. . nnu t country, ho Increased tho respect of not untrue. Flesh is weak and the . ,w..UUWUUKVi: ai, h..- .,.., Men's Fme Shoes worth 12 nnd f 2.60 only Jl.lt). beleaguered loruiicu l.-.- i. ttn.inri with : ci,-our people for him, which began In his butterflies, who hang around t0 n actlvc commercial port was Mens High Top Shoes worth $2 and 2 60 go In thlH sale nt 11.18 nud II PS. W reception, to which the mothers treatment of Lt. Hobson, men, would lead even the elect from "e ' ,hoSK We carry a complete line of MenV nnd Hoys' Hoots, 'or which Invited. Of the.1,000 of rectitude. D'ye mind:', of the babes were and ho left for his home taking with tho paths Americans are particularly noted. On Men's Hoots worth 2. it.lSl,4, . ....i it A him the good wishes of those he had so ikiy's Hoots ns towns $, Thursday the city was surrendered; w no say Uo refefence "B ienV Plow Shoes T5c, In a battle between the station agent; lately faced In battle. The reason is to tho treaty, which Is the exclusive at Martin, Mich., and two robbers, who on the following Sunday It wns cere- Lndicfc' Fine Shoes, Lice nnd Dim cm, worth 1.60 on'y DSc and a soldier that he is a gentleman monially occupied by the American had blown the safe, 50 hhots were fired. army; on Monday Its dreaded every men, harbor j t0 be consulted about that $20,000,000 The agent and one robber wero wound ,. .. ...:..e were o.pio(ieu uy its new ocTHE Louisville Post delivers an ad- - proposed to be given away, and it is ed, the robbers escaping. cupants, and n special code for its govdress to democrats in which it says: hoped, possibly however against hope, The linseed oU trust, which collapthat it will refuse to vote It, or any sed early this year, is to be reorganised ernment under the military authority T. D. KVNEY, Manager. "Whatever differences may exist as to was piomuigatcd by the president; on National Issues, democrats of Kentucky other sum for what belongs to us by with a capital of $32,000,000, and will Tuesday an American customs office Branch stores nt Paris, Oarllslo, Mt. Sterling, Hnrdstown, Lnwrencehiirg,, '.juuii. should bo able to unite in an effort to rJPht of conquest. control SO per cent, of the active pro- - tns opened In the city to collect the ana, Versailles, Ktninrnro, Georgetown, riixabcthtown. Frankfort. ckport, Ind. restore the democratic party to power rcxenues as a war contribution; on The grand jury at Louisville, has ducing capacity of the country amzzszi tlTCM HWffPW? in this State." Any appeals orsugges-tlon- s refused to indict the gamblers again, as Tho Shang Fand sword, w'.iich en- Wednesday there was a general re- wratfatejrttli mil i'i v to democrats, no matter how spe- - .TlWl nr the holder to cut off anybody's opening of stores nnd resumption of Hi fbrtt enr iall.i li a t nnnA titles clous or plausible from this source, will hatch thev rp.tnrnri1. OnmVilnr-- con.r, head nnd havo nothing said about it, business; ami on Saturday the first iuu IJn.1 t n iaiion uuai cars. mi n i " l"" .Alrn f to be privileged characters, under the has been conferred on two princes by commercial steamship left New York standing In the democrat- especial protection been without the Chinese dowager empress. for the city, carrying many Cuban of the judges. Is efforts to speak to or In ic court that A New York man received a load of Use the best Lexington Flo'ir nt 40c per 2o pound sack. representathes of American behalf of democrats Is regarded as Im- - The "open door" policy for the Phil- - shot In his face nnd lost his nose, an firms ai.d syndicates anxious to unGinger Simps, nice nud fresh, 5c a pound pertinence. A paper, which helped to Ipplnes, as proposed by McKinley, is in eye and a cheek bone. But science Is dertake the dcc!opmciU of the rich llest Rolled Onlsoc per package. elect Bradley, McKinley and Evans, direct conflict with his record as a high to provide him with a glass eye, a rub- resources of the province, and a great Fine Chocolate Cream Candy at I5c er pound. the bitterest of republicans, and tried protective tariff advocate. Tho open ber nose and a s'lver cheek bone. cargo of provisions. The American Best Mocha nnd Java huk roat Cntleo worth 30c pur pound for 2Sc to encompass the defeat of Hobson. tho door policy rncaus, if lt means anv The gold imports of 1S9S are tho occupation resulted in immediate benthis week. democratic candidate for appellate thing, free trade and sailor's rights, lars?e9t on record, aggregating Sll.'S, efits that were freely acknowledged. Good Green Cotlce nt 20c per pouix'!. judge, may find an audience among ' 058,005. The exports havo been 311,. No 1 Tnhlo Peaches onn f.r 12c. Persons addicted to medicines must republicans, but democrats will trlvo it The editors of the Breckinrdige 0(51,849. The net balance for the 10 Set of nico Tablu Glasses for 12c. News are making big "reps' as para- appreciate the ndvnncclu the prepara the ley stare and the marble heart. months of' the year Is S129,5M,240. Laugdon Hiking Powder Ic per can. grapners. borne of the brightest tnings As a joke, Ed Wilson, of Dallas, Tex , tion nf drugs. In the If you can't rome. send the boy nnd get your share of these bargains IX a murder case at Memphis, the we rcad appear first in their paper cut a button from Ben Boone's over vay prescriptions were pounded up in " trial judge refused to excuse a juror coat. Boone assaulted Wilson. A gen- - c mortar nnd the mixture divided into BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. up his mind In the case who had made oral row resulted, In which Boone, .he portions designated; but this by u newspaper report, The prisoner irom Forest Sallee, a St. Louis hotel bell James Drover and Marcus O'Neal wero co means Insured that the safe proLnrgoat retailer- - of line Groeeiies In tho world 50 stores in Kentucky, portion of some powerful drug was in was convicted and his counsel reneu on t)0yt has fallen heir to 825,000. killed. Indiana and Oh'o the fact to net him a new trial, but the circuit court at Warsaw only lasted Robert Brown, who tried to murder tneh pill or powder. Nowaday s, how-'iew i:.wkvki:n'imanaobk. ho accurately is the process man-sge- d court of appeals held that such juror fivo days and there was but one jury a whole family, killing two, was forced .CTwriU-'IJM'iv.wfi.jkr'jjEaiJ-!.JMaxanrarrn Mint a' tablet of morphine, for wojwwjii' ''wwwy.r-j- r?y itraratftXfiTB'a&tiwr a new hear- - trial. Glasgow. The popular am,w3LgaiicrS was competent and refused into a trial at contains to the fraction of n George Dlxou got the best of Oscar verdict is that he must pay the forfeit ing. Tho decision is a premium on intelligcnce. A man who has enough Gardner in the 25 round bout im New of his life, legally or otherwise, for his irrulu just what is stated of it. The oudeusation of disngrei able liquid sense to sit In a jury box necessarily York. atrocious crime. Corbett-Sharkeconcoctions into tnblets or capsules Dreyfus has been permitted to cable makes up his mind taking a given state "The Investigation" of the fiasco proved to bo as big a '..at can be instantly swallowed is anof facts as true, but newspapers can not to his wife, assuring her of his good a judicial tribunal health. get at tho facts like farce as tho fight. Connie McVoy was other Interesting' story. Castor oil when a different state of facts Is' The furniture store of Keith it Co., labeled a "perfect gentleman," and. iins been reduced to its lowest terms and Favorite Toilet Cream for the complexion, chapped hands, Ac. ...wl mm mw ...... presented, an Intelligent man Is tho Kansas City, burned, causing a loss of everyoouy cunuuewu .t.l.l. tlir. .ifTfitl. of dKagreenblencss, and is no longer the bete noire of the sick person. pronounced to be on tho square. quickest to gra3p them and reverse his 8200,000. These merojy by way of the illustraDr. W. W. Tritt, aged S3, and a Otway DIckctson, a young married opinion. The Tennessee decision ought to prevail everywhere, butunfortunato-- ( widely known practitioner, is dead at man of Bowling Green, is under arrest. tion of whnt modern pharmaceutic A complete lino of the most popuisr Perfume, Cologne. Hay Hum, Toilot Water kill (ins accomplish.-.- . lv Intelligence Is not what tho average Carlisle. The wife of his cousin, Mrs. Arch Ty ' i uuuu.iru impanm, lor iys years a ler, accused Dickerson of stealing $200 jawyer wants in a juror. baggage-mast- er on the L & L. rail- - from Young Tyler while the latter was ;pXTBXXC SADCiE. Toilet Sonp, Face Powders, Tooth Hruslies, Sachet Powders, . Lt. Hohson id as sensible as brave, rod d Hair Hrushcs. Tooth drunk. Dickerson denies tho charge, i se-- 1 He refused an offer of 850,000 for a Oils of all kinds, Turpentine, Varnishes. Colors Ac pau,( of Day aylfigtilt!itaftl of my farm will on Till ItS- - Hrushes, Combs, Ac. OILS. United States grand jury, ut The ' ' Call anil tco us. rlcs of lectures, saying that previous to qum of wh-- k tQ a and dIcd A Monlnn.l Columbia, S. C, returned true bills We,tofllitnvlIle.iti tho of tho Merrimac his lee- - rew U0UM mtpi. tho 6lnklng .....,:.,. nine w n c!tivns oi, Station turnpike, t io tho lilnhf.t hlihlcr the lt: fair Work Mh1m,8 & tures would not have been worth 50 Will Tutt, colored, was found guilty MeCorralck. S. C, charging them with iiroo. jiniv, i ritilM. i s.yrar-ui.- i c;pi.ii, i Horw. (olt, Milk Cown, .' Ilelloni 3 cents, and he can't see whv what ho of wife murder at Mayiield, and sen- conspiracy In driving J. W. tolbertout nr0o,i niw. isshoats, im limheN (at, in Mack could say now would be worth more, tenced to death. I Jla)'.'-- or :mh) Shocks i'imIiUt and of the town uuring iuo recent race clock aml (iun of greal allll,lllllVi nhii Ciirn me Uouw. simply because ho performed a, duty. 11 I'urnlturi', Ac. The destruction by fire of the Frank- UprlSin,, nt Phmnlx. Tkmm-A- II snins under il0cah In hand. oer There are not many men who would lin Stamp mills, at Hancock. Mich., A scheme IS On IOOt tO consolidate IDC that amount note taken with three inonthi' credit, away a crown in this way, but Lt. threw 000 men out cast of work. American Sugar Refining Company.tho Kwrite'i KoS"'"1 w'Me "l ,he'VaRichmond P. Bobson Is no ordinary Dr. E. W. Cate, of LouisVille, who was niiwiwn Siinftr RefinlntT Company, ofl Will oiferat wine time and place a small tracts man in any sense. on trial at JolTersonvllle, Ind., charged Chicago, and all the independent refln- - Vn," 0n "ftoon' iiu.ionViii;cT nliD,"" nine. .e .u acres with bigamy, had a hung jury. the head of the movement ui"Iluttonvllla Cemetery. uniiiiiruTei lami niljolli-in- g cries. At Terms made knowu on The news that Europe and tho VatiA moonshine still was captured in are the Rockefellers anil J. I'lerpont Jay or sale. I or further intormation call or nd can, especially the latter, is bitterly Morel and, Ky. inewiueai. Wo Invito your attoT.ion tho Celebrated JAMKS H IMtl'lTT. opposed to tho United States acquiring tho heart of Chicago, lt was turning Morgan. A capitalization oc ijiiu,uuu. out some famous brands of wines aud 000 Is proposed the Philippines will mako Americans, who wero originally opposed to expan- whiskies. Claude Johnson's report of tho work sion, become expansionists of the most of the bureau of printing and engrav- sembly, was shot nnd perhaps fatally enthusiastic kind. ing shows 02,079,478 sheets of stamps wounded at his home, Petersvlllo. He j Oil Saturday, Dec. 3, 1898, TllK Paris News sayathatapartridgo printed last year. ai Jr. ., and Sam Cassidy attended tho stock) auction to on the premie, l win rail nt puidic Losses to shipping and vessel owners sales ... Heralngsuutg iMonaaj, anu, ,Icnco BUll tho hlKheit lilddcr my ilcnlrulilu real. not only flew through a window pane The Dicks Feed Cutter, The Poindoxter Corn Splitter, ie ?roumu thereto attached, on of a residence there, but Into a pot of on tho great lakes for the returning home, It Is tald, thoy quarel- - iilefctrm in MaiiforU, Ky.,opKn0 tho year of 1803, places the probable cd and ho was Shot. water on tho stove. Editor Champ 'lhercldeiii-with Vmd ami (rardru amlout- milldlngs will tint lie ottered evidently believes when you tell a lie, figures at 82,500,000. attorney In a case penning nt tho remaining land, aUmt fourM'p.trately, and th" An wm. in It is best to manufacture u big one. Pitt Gravath, during Vnderoon, Ind., has served notice that , Tl.BrlillnimiiertyHnoofttio pn.io.ni as "?'" on tho will then lie oirereil newitrcft. a whole days, clerk of the Louisiana Senate, he WOUld present hlS argumont in and that bid ucrepteil which yield the mini mon- ' ' ofthe place In settling with the blasted Spanish, committed suicide with laudanum at poetry. Tho court nml (lin otner siao,CI'lUiet inmeill4tH IxciiIoii1,1, compuance wiuiair. ,iawj upoIl McKinley seems to have entirely for- Whitewater, Wis. which might and main, but terms of wle. and 11' aro there. Tho Capital Witgjns, Tho Oliver Chilled P.'osrs. A better lino of goods nover tf- nrotested with IHUM.311.U monthn, ciual 0 gotten tho Maine and her 304 murdered Clifford Spech was fatally wounded the poetical lawyer was obdurate, and malnder 0in perient Interest from dayInstallments bearing fcred you. of sale, and Bcamen. The vessel and her crew were and three of hla brothers seriously when the law was looked up, It worth more than the Philippines and hurt by the explosion of aDewev torne- uvmm there were no statatea ugalnst) . (Mv txf titi fori ofUiomot arraWo homes In 1 the 120,000,000 to boot. , do at Evansvllle, Ind. tdfr. poetical legal argument. maiivcvarnon THE INTERIOR JOURNAL other THE LOUISVILLE STORE - 1 - - DRY GOODS. All-wo- $20,-000,0- 00 Nino-quarte- ol YARDS AND YARDS DffESS SKIRTS! ...... 1 U w o I ( be-hl- m o O H J - pro-fesslo- n. oth-whl- lo j ( iuiuc".vivii ... congress-magnanimo- us ! v . Pb' f -- I ... The Louisville Store. Knockin' 'Em Out ! j '"s " w ref-ogee- s. ' ' I Blue Grass Grocery Co., . r r, e, -, y JTOT TIE TMIIK I .,.--,-- - ' "Tojlet PERFUMERY! CRAIG HOOKER. ATTENTION 1 j and Fancy Goods. I Cm-Mit- er well-Kno- k-1- foiiowim-propert- 1 1 W I T Farmers I X) 11 1 Dam Double Geared Corn Crusher, record-breakin- g I , carget-boggln- g The Hocking Valley Corn Sheller, The Studebaker Wagons, .tfSr oue-thl- . ThUpiac-oUon- S4 HIGGINS & McKINNBY. J& in '''rmir&mm&mut''tm r-- a. ,j;tfAi. - a Mfit-ifif-- f'tsfif HJ 'lf'Vt-'-fst- 3 V K & 3 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL UPHOLSTERING. Fnnsil oysters at Ilenzlcy & Carter's Flap Sunblad, an GO TO- every Friday aud Saturday. experienced upholster, Is In the storeHOISTING jacks for sale or rent. A. room udjotnlng W. W. Withers'. I Fink rockers, rugs, C. Sine. cen ter tables, pedestals, tabourettB, &c, of Walter Girls. Born to tho Stanford, Ky., Dec. 2, 1898 Window lights, putty, etc.. at Craig iforchrlstmus presents at W. W. With Carter, of Rowland, andwives Bourne, J. W. k, Hooker's Bofme buying of the Hubble section, a girl each. ors LaI robos and horse blankets ehnnn E. C. Walton, Uuhinkss Managkii. n DlltTHS. Born to the wife of The day after tho election we Btatcd at J. C. MoClary tt. Young, of Highland, a girl, and to that Davison had It In for Ycrkcs for, HaNDSOMKST line of lamps at the wifo of J. M. Hurst, of Rowland, a fooling him as to Boyle county and now Yot'lt doctor gives you the right gins & McKinney's. prescription, but unices it Is properly girl. a roport comes from Frnnkfortconflrra-ln- g Such as . tilled, you can't reasonably expeel our statement. Yorkes seems to Hkatino Stoves at reduced prices at TUB demand for lock boxes being good rcsutls. It Is always accurately have promised a republican majority of prepared and of the very beet matorl Warren fc Sliunks'. greater than the supply, Postmaster 400, but ho didn't carry the county In als at Penny's Drug Store. ' C. Florence has received 21 more, TUB sale of Miss Mary Vnrnon's res- J. his inside pocket don't you know nnd which will bo placed in at ouoo. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. idence Is advertised for tomorrow afterGilbert walked olT with It by a majorinoon. A CHILDREN'S rally will bo given at ty of 52. When the collector's olllco Prof. Lucii:n M. Lewis is very 111 tho Christian church next Sunday eve- was taken thero from Richmond, where with pneumonia. I AM selling best quality soft steel Mrs. Mattik With 1:11s has been roollng at, very close prices. A. C. ning at 7 o'clock, when an interesting the government has a building of Its program will be enacted. Bring some own, Mr. Yerkes is said to have declarsick for several days. Sine. change with you, as a collection will be ed It was for tho interest of the party, Mus. Cickho I 'kick, of Winchester, GO to Rico's livery stable, when you taken up for the church extension but he couldn't make his promises Is tbu guest of Mrs. Kuto Miller. true. are In Danville. Stylish rigs; reasona- fund. JBSSi: D. Wkaiikn went to Livingsble rates. ton to sell Insurance and clothing. RELIGIOUS MATTERS, The 10 convicts sentenced at the MRS. J. F. HOLD AM Is back from a term of the circuit court were tabought of SALE. Dr. R. L. Davison A Mormon church in Lowls county, two weeks' visit to friends at Crab Or- R. T. Mutelngly his house on Whitley ken to Frankfort yesterday morning We are now showing a great line of Shoes and Boots for Men and Boys, manufacjust completed, was burned by Incen- tured by Buell it Son and the Forwood Mfg. Co. chard. by Deputies C. B. Owens and W. LoAvenue for i'ito. T. H. Shanks, who spent a week at gan Woods, aud Geo. P. Bright, John diaries. Thero were 40 additions to the First Foil low prices nnd best quality lum A. Shannon, J. F. Holdam and J. B home, roturnod to college at Lexington Christian church, Louisville, during lath, shingles, doors, sash and Owens. ber, Tuesday. Rev. E. L. Powell's revival. JL'ikjkH. J. BitKciciNitiDQK is very blinds see A. C. Sine. Spangler. Andrew Spangler, son Rov. Dr. II. Allen Tuppcr, Jr., ill of Hrlghl's disease at his home lo And get prices before making your Fall purchase. PBlt CENT. Judgo Bailey has re- ofG. W. Spangler, of the Fast Knd, elected University preacher nt Danville. u private olTor to take tho whole died Monday of typhoid ceived fever, aged 20. the University of Virginia for 1S93-J- ). Mits. Mautiia McAlistkh has gone bond Issue of the county at oar at Crab Orchard, Ky. Ho was a member of the Baptist church conUncle Joe Hopper hud to Florida to spend the winter with hor per cunt. and u moral young man. Tho burial versions at his racetint at the .'Id Pres daughter. paid took place In Crab Orchard Cemetery byterian church, Louisville, Just closTo Taxpayers. All uxes not Mit. J. H. Mautin, the L. & S. ed. bridge iiinu, has n slight attack of by Dec. 17 will positively be ndvcrtlsed Tuesday ufternoon. Rev. Andrew Johnson closed meetcounty court day in January. There pneumonia. GOOD TOWN. Stanford has been a Mit. A. J. HllKD, of the Mutual Life will be no e.xcoptlons. S. M. Owens, goHi mwn morally during tho month ings In Livingston nnd Lan'gford this conweek In which thero wero Insurance Co., was here with Agent sherllT. just ended, if Judge Carson's records fessions. A. G. Katland this week. AlTr.lt several days of drizzle and at'.- to 00 taken as testimony, lie tells The house of Rov. James Inlggins' Mit. II. SOUTH KRLAND, of Faducah, rawness winter came in yesterday with in lie did not have a misdemeanor and near Vanccburg, was destroyed by tho was bore yesterday advertising Dr. 'y two felony cases the entire month, neighbors, who bright skies and a crisp atmosphere and objected to tho Now Hell's Fine Tar and Houuy. the .latter being from Boyle county. Light prenchcr living among them. tho indications are that tomorrow will Mit. J. H. I'ruitt wan here WednesPretty good for a town with four open A conference at Lexlnuton between We open this week a pietty line of day to have notices of his sale printed likewise be fair. saloons. BlackSenator Gocoel and Ho will riispwo o' his personalty Dee. AN Idea of the number of drummers An Old Book. Wo ran across In burn Is being discussed very widely, 15. that "make" Stanford can bo formed Mil. WlM.lAM DAUGHKUTY, who litis when It Is told that 10 were registered this ollleo the other day a book printed but nobody knows whnt they said. The First Church of Christ (Scientist) had another spell, is Improving, bwthls at the St. Asaph Hotel Tuesday, and it at Richmond, Va., In 1810, entitled Progress of the Baptist of Boston, Muss., received this month wlfo Is now thruatunod with wasn't an unusually good day for them "The Rise and Church In Virginia'' by Robert B. U52 new mombors, making now a total uilber. In both Cotton and Wool. Fascinators and Zephyr Shaw's for evening wear. Hand- Semnlo. In addition it contains bioj;- - membership in that church of over D. Xkwi.aND colebrated his Mil. T. some Black Silk Mits, more of those elegant 1 ifisPATCll from Knoxville says that A GOth blrthduy Wednesday with a big rn,m08 f the old time Baptist preach-a- n Wo are requested to again call the English company has decided to con- - CM ttiu State. Tho stylo and the dinner, which was enjoyed by a number struot the Bluck Diamond road, which ,)rjnljnj, appear curious to this gonora-l- s attention of the public generally to the of friend. dedication of tho church at Maxey's to run through this section from Port lion Tno lyiK, 6 at.j,e lim f8 ure MltS. MONTIK FOX and pretty little Valley, 2 miles West of Hustonvllle, S. C, to Columbus, O., a Uf, f,)r ss In n most confusing way. daughter, of Danville, unuiu up Wednext Sunday. nesday to vUlt Mr. and Mrs. J. W. tance of s'22 miles. i ASSAULTED. While Robert- Biuco, A business mceMngof unusual impor- Tn light Pink, Bluo and Red Plaid. The big drive in Men's Fine Dress ColHnughman. DKATH. Arthur Perkins, on of 60t, of Mr. j, Kt nruco, Was on his way tance will bo held at the Baptistchurch lars. Cuffs and Ties advertised Inst week are going fast. Come at once Shirts. want If you H. L. Dt'DDKRAU returned to William Perkins, and a splendid young .U) mrm cariy Wednesday morning, Saturday morning at 10:30. Celebra- them. The cold wave comes this time to stay, get rendy for it and buy all your yesterday after a week's man, died at his homo near Waynes- - j thu ho OVCrtook a tramp, with whom ho tion of the Lord's Supper at services Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Ac, now. Our goods aro the best tlio cash can buy. visit to his parent, Col. and Mrs. W. burg Monday of typhoid fovor, "gcl walked until near Eld. Joseph Ballou's. Sunday morning. Our prices can not be beat, our expenses are light and we arc satisfied with a small II. Dudderar. Ills remains woro interred in tne , whn turned to a across tho Held Tho Lord took Mrs. Jennie Walker, pralit. MltS. W. H. I'KNNY has Information Olive church burying ground. tho scamp struck him over tho head of Kansas City, nt her word. Sho dropfrom her husband that the Oth V. S. him to his ped dead while testifying in a religious Tint receipt ir. the popular method of with a stick, which brought Volunteers will return to the U.S. from knees, but ho got up and struck his as- meeting, in which sho said she was getting money from banks now. This I'ort Illco, Jan. 1. sailant in the faro with a heavy cane ready to go any minute If tho Lord so SliKRIKi S. M. OWKNS went to otllce has printed many thousands for wus walking with. Tho tramp thon willed. Frankfort Wednesday to sottlo with this and sovoral othor towns. Tho ho took to his heels and has not been Tho Methodist book concern steal receipt does not require a stamp and the auditor, He took along about SI heard of since. will not down. The Georgia conferIn his Iusldo xokct. that's tho secret of its jopularlty. .1 ence demands that tho money be re- Si M IIakvi: McKomkkts Is thinking of TllliKK stock ears on - ihu day RichThe last pike In the county has been turned to the government, and demands r going into the business of a & jumped tho track near Sli- bought and freed. The Hustonvlllo the retirement of tho book agents at and tile as an exhibit his ar- mond train Coffey's Mill, which for somo time has ver Creek owing to its spreading, and Niwhville, who engineered the steal. tistic elTnrt in his own behalf. had Its the wrecker had to be sent for to get been tho only toll collector, Rev. G. W. Perryman has accepted Misb Mautiia Mcnford, who hus Is go down no them on again. Consequently It did Iol raised yesterday to tho pastorate of the First Baptist been the guest of the Misses Alcorn, S V. M.. when It more. The Qscal court bought the 01 church, of Middlcsboro, and will take and who made many friends during her not arrive here till miles for ?!1,000. According to the 12 M. horo charge this week. He will also have stay here, returned to Franklin Tucs should have . gotten - at . terms of tho trade the Uustonvillo and charge of the church and the Side of our store for December Bargains. Wo have a largo stock yet day. Store retittod with tine new center Danvlllo pike, which has been free editorial work PinevllleBuptist Evunge- of the and December is the one time for clof ing out many lines. Co mo to us Mils. A. H. UlK, of Harrod-burcases and lighted with 2,000 candle under a lease, will become the proper llst, which will be published at Mid for whoso work speaks for Itself on display power arc light of latest pattern, Hol- ty of tho county, Jan. 1, at which time Penny's window, Is with Mrs. J. (!. iday opening, Saturday, Dec. ,'lrd. An tho Stanford A Hustonvllle, also leas- dlcsboro. in Tho proposition of the Methodist and will take orders for a Immense line of holiday goods in ster- ed, will be taken at $0,000. church to raise $20,000,000 as a thank few days for portraits In oil. ling silver, cut glass, Ac. Call and soo TUB fiscal court, with the judge and olTerlng for the completion of 20 cenMil. S. W. FKltlttri, who married Miss lb. Thomp-othe Jeweler, Lancaster. all tho justices present, met Tuesday turies of Christian history is, says the Hettie Parsons, has u line position in A MUI.K belonging to Mr. Joe Goodo and got back tho botids Issued to the Outlook, the largest sum ever asked for the Nelson lluslness College, Clncln- v; null. His family live In Hellenic on got playful, while running at largo.aud turnpikes with tho exception of $112.30 In the Interest of any denominational continuing Its nutios on the bridge over izlvon tho Klngsville & Pleasant Point; work. It is thought that the Methodist the Kentucky sldo of the river. pike, fell $1,700 given tho Crab Orchard ic Lan- church can raise the amount. Miss Many Ci.ay Thompson otolu the St. Asaph on the cut-ol- T Tho Memphis Conference of Methoil It and broko Us neck, though the caster aud $3,500 given thu Stanford & olT from her dutios of trained nurse in d a (.ill was but 10 feet, The animal was Lancaster. An order was made to sell odists in their recent meeting Chicago, Thanksgiving, and spent 15 resolution calling on Dr. Barbee to $12,000 of turnpike bonds within . three or four days with hor mother and woi th Hjrhaps &V0 days. They aro to bear per cent, and resign and all others connected with sister, Miss Ophelia Thompon. Cour"THE stamp tax has caused a falling ruii tho Urst $12,000 for 10 years with sending tho telegrams to Washington Don't wait till all the si.os are gone. Keineinber it is always hard to ier Journal. olT of at least $20,000 In our deposits and get just what you want late in the season. privilege of paying in live; $15,000 City. The Richmond, Va., Conference J. M. Davis, railway mull clerk on we lose many a stamp besides by depos- the for 15 years with tho privilege of 10, called on the bishops to return tho the run between Chicago and Louis- itors falling to alllx them to their ville on the .Monon, has been transferr- chocks," said tho cashier of a bank In and $15,000 for 20 with the privilege of money to the United States govern ment. 15. Tho bonds nre to be of douomi ed to the Richmond and Rowland run, a neighboring town the other day. A succeeding F.lmoro Kstes, who will bo great many people now keep their cashj imttniw nt SI. 00(1 ovfnnt. thn S12. L. L. Doty bought of James . Denwn ,..m..i, ... ... i. ,.f rjin ....!,. given tho cattle in their safes or pockets and pay with A levy of Octs. on tho 8100 was mado ny, of Garrard, eight IN mentioning the birth of S. M. money instead of cheeks. The stamp for a sinking fund to pay for bonds, 4 at Jo and of J. M. Hlgglnbotham 10 of ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmHimimmmmiammm.mmmia.mm-'iimLogan, Jr., larence Vo5ds bays in business is a nuhanee, but it has ootno same, at same price. cents to pay Interest ou them and 15 to the Itlchmond Climax: "Wo extend to stay wo foar for many years. The Stato election commission finds keep the roads in repair. Eld. J. G. congratulations to child and parents, that Gilbert had 111,017 votes In this tho father being our classmate atC. U. It' tho whlto church members In town Livingston was allowed $15 for preach-- district, and his opponent 12,200, a ma in '83, and the best German scholar In paid their preachers In proportion to lng to tho paupers. Tho court will jority of till, lustead of SaS as wo had. Prof. W. N. Kwlng's class. their ability that tho colored people doi meet again today. t Headquarters For Wm. Royston, wife and daugh-- . thoywouldsoon.be rolling in wealth. Mil. Suit roit Taxes. Auditor's Agent tor,' Miss Ilallle, of Garrard, were hero A young woman, who gets $1.23 a C. M. Fackler and Attorney W. S. W S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., Wednesday to see Mrs. Hoyston's fath- week as nurse, says sho Is a member of Lawwlll, both of Danville, wero here er, Capt. George II. McKlnney, who is the Methodist church and Is expected yesterduy prosecuting a claim of $10,000 rapidly declining. Mr. Royston towers to, and does, glvo 50 cents a month. for corporation franchise tax on the Extracted Without Pain ! away abovo ordinary humanity, stand- -' This Is a tltho of all sho makes. Whero Crab Orchard Kecley Cure, beforo Teeth Vlijstclan In attendlng 0 feet 2 In his stocking feet. He is tho whlto person, who obeys tho Judgo Balloy. J. N. Saunders repre- With Vltallrd Air.ance." married Miss Annio McKlnney 21 years Scriptural Injunction, to glvo that sents tho company and claims that as Ollloo In the New Thompon Hulldlng. 7S ago, on tho 12th, and has never failed much? this character of corporations is not to pay for tho Interior JOURNAL in specillcully mentioned In tho Statutes.it SOME 20 couples attended tho recepadvance In all these years. tion given In honor of Misses Jean is exempt from franchise tax, but theTO ALL CITIZENS. Mil. AND Mits. D. II. DANKS and of Fort Smith, Ark., and Lula Danvlllo attornoya claim that It comes Mrs. N. A. Tyrce leavo tonight to Wallace, I warn against Impostors traveling over of Arlington, Texas, Wed under tho head of that section of tho make their homo in Louisville, where Rochester, as my tho IIEST LINE OP- evening by Miss Isabolla Bailey Statute, which suya that ''also all oth- sonscountry representing themselves ltu'lolph have u son, Dr. or agents. Mr. Danks Is promised a lucrative posi nesday enjoyed every moment of tho er corporations, companies or associa- Rolilstelti, who visits ono day in each month tion. This will put tho whole family and town; honored guests received tions having or exercising any special ono sjtatu. stops at tho prominent hotels In llu represents tho house, Is skillIn the city, Rov. J. M. Bruce and fam- time. Tho exclusive privilege or franchise not tho and honorable In his dealings. Tho rest Bailey and Kato Alcprn, or ful ily and M. W. Tyreo and family being with Misses G. L. Penny and Miss Alcorn allowed by law to natural persons" aro counterfeits or Impostors. A. GOLDSTEIN, Optician, already thero. It Is with regret that and Mrs. Miss Bailey In entertaining. shall pay a franchise tax. This Is of 314 tth Ave., Louisville, Ky. 7s our people see thesogood people depart assisted Those who preferred cards played somo Interest In that It seeks to sottlo the from among them, but hopo it will lively games, whllo tho dancers tripped question as to whether a great number prove for tho best for them. merrily to music on tho violin by Miss of business corporations that aro not Mrs. Tyrce, who has been hero 20 piano by Miss Wallace. specifically mentioned In tho Statute years, regrets as much to leave our Balloy and delightfully prepared aro llublo forafrunchlsotax. The quespeople as they do to give her up. She Refresbicents, served, consisting of salads, fruits, tion has never been adjudicated In this If not sold privately boforo Saturday, says she has found tho best friends in and woro discussed during Stuto. Col. G. C. Webster, ono of tho Dec. 17th, s3s, I will sell at public auction us to say to ices and cotTce, die world hero and asks evening, which proved all too short owners of tho Keoloy Cure, Is presont beginning at 1 p.'m., my Hotel property In McKlnney, togomcr wim us iurnuure. comthem, what her lips can not, "Good- the for tho happy crowd, each of whom is and so Is Manager Gus Hofmann. The plete; two nno Jersey Cows, &c. Terms bye." day loud In pralso of both tho guests and decision will not bo reached until to' made known on P. W. or sale. UKEEN, McKlnney. day. hostess. New goods at tho 5 nnd 10c store. LOCAL HAPPENINGS, I ' m book-ouse- s, - BEI2LEY & CUTER. Hog Hul-do- Killing Supplies, Lard Cans, Sausage Grinders, Salt, ', Butcher Knives, Pepper Sage, &c., &c. II llM NEW SHOES. W. re-ce- nt Come And See Our Line E. PERKINS. has-bee- 1 1 f)0-od- d 20-o- dd - New Goods STILL COMING. 11-- ! ! or j Ladies' Fancy Knit Skirts- t pneu-tnoni- a. 12,-00- 0. ' j , UseU-Royal- Wool Blankets, - Hli-mlng- vi .i nb JOHN P. JONES. , . m window-decorato- LOOK IN Blankets, Overcoats, Cloaks, Underwear, Boots, Shoes. i I. g, r Ca-pont- cr n, k I pa-ce- 1 , 1 - Chlcago-Loulsvilloru- n. 050-pou- nd C , SEVERANOE & SOVSmmmgwmmmiwsmmmmiimmi m 1 h JM.BAUQHMAUSi.CO Lancaster, Ky. - WARNING I 1 Shipstuff, Hay, Cornchop, Oats, &c. -- Hotel And Furniture FOR SALE, Lap Robes, Horse Blankets, . Storm Aprons, . In the city. Remember our line of Ham Made Harness. B. K. WEAREN A SOV. .Lvw - v "" J stf $ S- jrpvm "" u 'f P H I- ! - i i THE r . . ft SPANISH-AMERICA- N L WAR. WAR ECHOES, INTERIOR-JOURNA- DATES OF THE LEADING EVENTS. February 15 Battleship Maine blown a,bllls.4T,'U.oAa3r ouaa.iX'rtelQ.v" JVX)V-.VTC- E 2 PH51i,YKAU IX When not sopaldesSEOw HI e charged. It aonlWil igMM v.. No! 21 i ME 611 DIVISION. 1:03 At KENTUCKY CENTRAL up In Havana harbor. April 20 President authorized by CoDgrcss to Intervene in Cuba with army and navy. April 22 Blockading proclamation Issued. First gun of tho war fired by gunboat Nashville? in capturing tho Since peace Is positively decided upon prizo Bucna Ventura. April 23 President calls for 12T..000 30,u00 to 40,000 voluuteers will bo mustwo-yetered out as soon as It can bo arranged. volunteers. is deducTho last, vestige of Camp Hamilton, April 25 War with Spain at Lexington, has disappeared. Tho ed. April 29 Ccrvora's lleot falls for mules and horses wero tnkcD away 22,-00- Private Lindsey T. Hall Is to bo shot at Iluntsvllle. Ala., for the mur- der of a comrade Tho U. S. gets 10l,4S5 square miles of territory from Spain with a population of 10,220,024. Two hundred tons of Christmas pres0 ents have already been Hont to tho soldiers in tho Philippines. just completed a cozy brick lodge for Danville. Mr. A. K. Logan has 20 YEARS' EXPERIENCE, , . N0TJCE. Tlio Farmer Hunk .V rust Co., located nt Stanford, In tho Btuln of Kentucky,! closing up lw affair.. All creditor of Maid himholfonA.il. Uundlcy'B farm and will raako his homo there from now on. W. Banks Hudson, of Danville, nnd Miss Murgarot Ellon Kouedy, of Lexington, will marry at tho Hill Street Methodist church, Lexington, ar V i Xancaster, M Bill Anthony, tho Maine hero, has Rear Admiral Dcwoy destroys entire lleot of Admiral Montojo gono on tho stage. Ho is in tho cast of "Red, Whito und Blue." He is the in Manila bay May 11 Ensign Bagley killed tit ono who said to Capt.Sigsbee: "Excuse KNOXVILLE DIVISION. me, sir, I havo to report that the ship Cnrdenas. ..12 37 p in No, 34 Train going North .......... May 1 Cervera's fleet seeks refuge has been blown up and is sinking." .. '.' 41 a in " " outu No, 26 ..12 41am in Santiago de Cuba bay. The Havana Limited.- - The first Gen. John R. Brooke, who la about -" No. 25 " H V i .. No. 23 " for, 7o,000 to retire from tho command of tho de- American railway to announce train May 25 President calls For alltrolnts. partment of Porto Rico, will bo succeed- sorvico for tho especial bennlitnf tnivl additional volunteers. feOLI). BO'lQll TICKKTS June 3 Ilobson sinks tho Merrimnc ed by Brig. Gee. Guy V. Henry, who lo tho West Indies has been heard IIAGUA&E CHECKED TJlllOUail. Crescent Route In Santiago harbor and is taken prison- is in turn succeeded at Pouce by Col. from. The Queon For any Information enqulro ol So tho latter may aro announcing u fivt train known as er with soven volunteers who accom- John B. Castleman. 3oE S. KICK, Agent, tho "Florida and Havana Limited." Stanford, Ky. panied him. not como homo with his regiment. 10 Six hundred United States One of the diseases distinctly recog- It will go Into service from Cincinnati Juno nized in this war is nostalgia, which un to Tampa, Jacksonville, Miami, Mobile FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. marines landed at Caimanera. Juno 13 Camara's licet sails from army surgeon grimly described as and Now Orleans. This exponent of a. M.nnd 3 P. St., Trains lcaTeFranUorthtn.no (J. AC. ami reach- - Spain. "homesickness, of tho common or gar- tho gcnulno American Idea of getting at Ueorgetown with l?g ftris at 8:40 a. m. and 5.10 P. M. army lands at den variety." Some of tho soldiers into the field early will be a complete June 22 Shatter's and 5:P p. m.. connecting at at'eorgJ; reaching Frankfort Sibooey. havo actually died of this diseaso and vestibuled servlco, with diners, obserand a A & "d toii A. at. ,UU t A. July 1 Lawton nnd Kent and . rough others have seriously su ITercd from it. vation cars, wide ."cstlbulos, electric JOSKPII ILNEWToN, A. 0. riders take Saa Juan Elill, posing 231 Tho order directing a detachment of headlights, and nil the paraphernalia men, with 1,364 wounded. the 25th infantry, colored, to form a of the modern railroad train. It is QUEEN & CRESCENT. . destroyed by garrison at Little Rock, Ark., has met chiefly to bo marked as being first in July 3 Cervera's licet Trains pass Junction City as follows: with a determined protest from tho the field for tho new territory which is Sampson's squadron. 11 p m K w. l South 12 49 p m No..2 North.'.....-- 3 41 am July 17 Toral surrenders Santiago people, who wljl endeavor to secure a just coming under tho protection of 4 ...ll a m No. 3 31 pra 6 ,....11 18 am revocation of tho order, fearing that tho greatest Hag on earth. Train will No. 5 euua m and eastern portion of Cuba. 10 .... 8 05 p m No. 9 July 25 Gen. Miles lands In Porto tho presence of the troops may cause mako fast time to ports named and will No. 2 stops on it lor pisjen- No. 1 does not ol iomenet U and 10 run noSomSoulh raco troubles. Later. It has been re- connect with fine steamer sorvico to Rico, near Ponce. than Junction City and 5 and 6 only to various ports in Cuba, Porto Rico and peace scinded. 20 Spain proposes July erset. Tho government will bring the bodies Jamaica. It marks a new era in rail Ambassador Catnbon. through French July 31 Battle of Malate, near Mac-il- pt all tho soldiers home, who wero kill rouding in thiscountry. ed in Cuba. Every grave is marxea. Tho bodies of the soldiers wlil be DThe women Maccabees, of Ohio, aro SIMPSON, Pror.. MRS. U.D. Aug. 12 Spain and United States Is turned over to relatives, or, if not in se?sion at Ciiiclunuti. The order : Kentucky. sign peace protocol defining terms. a fraternal one, and Is too tlrst wom Aug. 25 United States peace com claimed, will bo interred in tho bcauti an's organization to adopt a bonollolury ful Arlington Cemetery, near 7?nsh Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd mission named. Porters Rvervthinc oW inglon. It Is expected that tho funer feature. It has 325,000 members in the Nov. 23 Final terms of United States 89 meet all trains. al expedition will start about Dee. 15. United States, und 35,000 in Ohio. accepted by Spain at Paris, About 100,000 of the entire memberTho treaty of peace will reduce tho ship is composed of women, who have S. PRICE, A. The Deak Old Mother. Honor pay of enlisted men alone about $500,-00- 0 established n separate inRtitutlon, tho dear old mother. Timo has scata month. The war and ueaco salSurgeon snowy Hakes on her brow, aries paid enlisted men, first enlist- managed wholly by themselves. In tered tho Dentist, 33W1HE tho soven years of it existence, the plowed deep furrows on her cheeks ments, aro, Urstsergeants, war pay, 830 Ky. Stanford, but is she not beautiful now ? The per month, peaco pay $25; sergeant order has paid 81,300,000 in death lips are thin and shrunken, but these majors, war S27.G0, peace 818; corporals, claims. OJIcaoTer McUoberts' Drug Store in theROwaloy Building. are the lips that have kissed many a war, $18, peaco 815; privates, war 815.00 Col. Thomas U. Sherleydiod suddenhot tear from the childish lips, and peace 813. The amount required to ly In chair at his home In Loulsvillo, they are the sweetest cheeks and tho pay tho enlisted strength of tho army of paralysis of the heart. Ho was u sweetest lips in the world. The eye is on lis prcacut footing each month is very wealthy distiller and politician, dim, yet it glows with the soft radiance about 82.000,000. and from Ifcl2 to 1S00 wn tho National of holy love which can never fade. Tho democratic :ommlttecman for Kensands of life aro nearly run out, but co.snnni:n foiituxatr. tucky. a feeble as she is, she will go further Nick Young, of Greenville, trlud to tJUULEaiti down lower for you than uny and reach kill a chicken with his rillc, but it When the Dentist, Stanford, Ky. one else upon tho earth. forsake you, would not fire. He handed the weapOnico over Hlgglns & McKlnnoy's Store. world shall despise and on to his wife and in somu way it wut Solicits a share of the patronage of tho com- when It leaves you by tho wayside to munity. discharged, tho bullet striking hor in die, unnoticed, tho dear old mother the brenst killing her almost insluutly. will gather you up In her feeble arms and carry you homo and tell you of ull jrX-JtfcGtyVIAEE YOU A DEMOCRAT? your virtues until you almost forget Y that your soul is disfigured by vices. An old ndaso reads: "Thcro Is a place Love her tenderly and cheer her defor everything," and for everything to bo clining years with tender devotion. la It place, tho LOUISVILLC DISPATCH 1 -- No. 5 Arrrlrcs at Stanford at -- : a. M. simfiim at j PAT. Arriresat Uowland at l!'W r. m. 1'JO Jfo.&! Leaves Stauford at ir Cuba. May Monday. tho 14th of December. D. B. Miilor bought of Robert Stephens, of Birmingham, his farm of 120 acres, about two and a half miles south of Danville, I will sell privately tnv home nu Danville on tho Hustoiivlllo pike, for $0,000 iilko, Hi miles ftom Stanford. Contain 12VJ ncrv, I woll Improved and tho cash "Mr. Bob" wua postponed on nicest place iiIhiui town. one of Oroonberry 10 account of tho weather. Tho fiscal Hrlghl, rUnuford. K. court bought tho Lexington road at $1,000 a milo and freed it. Tho com pany had boon holding it nt SI. 300. Of No. 5t Pourtli Are., George Cogar bought 1,500,000 pounds - of hemp In this section. R. G. Evans Will be at the sold him 300,000 pound at Jo. The highest price was $1.50 per 112 pounds. St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, TuesAdvocate. i 3, In scientifically tenting nnd correcting all manner of dcfccilvo eye sight. No charge for teitlng eye. Prescription for glasses specially ground ami (It In frame of any Orders metal from sample. selected promptly II I led. Will rail at your place of business nr residence without extra charge L. V POWRLL. OptiIf required. Aildrt cian. Ro ST. llutonvllle. Ivy., or call at Adams' Drug More. tent thelr'clalmngalnt meat. Hank therefore nro hereby wild llniik for pay notified to pru J H.OWjil.KV, Cahler. lSlce Home For Sale Tim Lincoln County National llanV, of Stntiford, Ky , lm Mucoeeded iho Farmer Hank & TriMt Uo.. of Stanford, Ky., and ha nsumcd all 1U llublllllex. nsoM mid entire business. S. It. SHANK?. President. J. 11. OWSLKV. Cashier. -- LOUISVILLE HOTEL Loulsvillo. Ky., AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN The Ladles Restaurant is-- the finest In tho city. Every convenience for Indies upending the day in the city. Gentleixn'i Cnfo on olllce floor. DR. R. GOLDSTEIN, Louisville, Kentucky, 1890. day, Jan. 1 Itcturntng one day E755 In each month. THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. (02) Ezaalaoi and Qlassc: IScientlSeally Adjusted. t Manager. Music TuesJar, Thursday nnd Sunday Eveuiiw. POSTED. the law proWded In such ciuck, II . II A I' f M A X. T . I. N K W I. A N I). A, M. PKNOK. J. W. HAUUIIMAN. H. 1 1 1 have potted our land and hereby wnrn nil poron from lriwjitslngon them for any ptirMw whitnver, under itonnlty of Wo FIRE INSURANCE IIWi Bal-qua- ri K. K. S. II SHANKS, J. K LYNN. J. II. McKlNNKY. A. M. FELANI), lTTKUOX, S HAUOIIMAN, Mil. V. O KIM US. . K. HKIH'K. F M. WA1W. J. S. UWSM'.V, SIC. M PHEN1T Insurance Company OP BROOKLYN. NOTICE. I 1 coln County Hond of nerle Sent. 3, to present sniuo to the undersigned CommitIT, ltK tee for paruieut. This October JAS. P. HAII.KY. UKO II. COOPF.lt, HARVEY HELM, hereby given to all person holding lJ. Lin- Caledonian Co., 01 : Insurance Scotland. KOUNDICD 1MOS. Committee, Mason Hotel first-clas- s. R.B.MAHONY.Agt, STAN rOUP. KY a. DR. R. M. PH6LPS, HOMEOPATHIOIPHYSIOIAN SURGEON, & H. C. RUPLEY, Stanford, - A- Kentucky. The Merchant Tailor, McKlmiey'it Store. OlHco over HlKKltn J. T. I). H. SXTTT03ST, - Stanford, Ky., Huatonville, Unclortnlcor, Kontucky Is Receiving IiIn Fall And Wiiitcr.GoodN. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. Otlera hliwrTlw lo the wpl ofWwt I.Ucln and Cawy eouutlv. Jutl slock ol Cufflntsud Cask eualwarson hind. 11 Carpenter. Mansger, 94 DR. P. W. CARTER, NOTICE. Wo nro In the trado with Fall llrftucli nnd Alo Hny, Cfirn, Oat, khm1 C'onM rfhlprttutr. Hour, Ac. Wo u!m handle llrlek ana Sand. Iteiuuinlnr wo take Farm lro-duIn exchange. I'rompt dollvery and attention to nil orders. Olllco and culo near L. .t N. deimt. TeloRhono No. PKItlllN A. PBNCF.. P. S. Wo aUo carry Swfaf; Machine. other FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFOltl), KY. ct m I. Capital Stick 5100,000. Ihlslslheunly Nalloual r Snrphs, $15,750 nipalrlnn Part and Attachments and do ull aliid of W FARM FOR SALE OR TRADE. a. !, ?V m - sm a 4B& ' And Dealer in STANFORD, KY. ' &&BN33S, SADDLERY, TAKE THE Tho storm of Saturday night and Sunday off tho New England coast proves to have been the worst ever known there. Fully 300 lives arcknown to bo lost. The big steamer Portland plying between Boston and Portland was totally wrecked and its entire 'jrew and pas&cngers, about '150 in number, perished. Over 100 largej.and small vessels are destroyed or badly damaged, and the Lower New England coast is strewn with wreckage and dead bodies. sC. In many instances have been unable to reach wrecked boats, and it may be that the list of deaths will far exceed the estimates. The property loss will be enormous, reaching many millions. life-save- - m 'JSr- iu w 7 . hfc -., vA or $) m n jy. W hi ' Suburbanite Oh, yes, wc are a deeply religious community. City Friend That's good. It must be a great consolation to you here to feel that there is a better world. N. V. World. .IkkIii lit Action. Most things will noon inovo on uitaln About us they were wont, Hut bell boy who come home from war Will still be at the frunt. Chicago Tribune. Ilia I'rcfarcucc. Frocks Mr. Spokes, do 3 ou like "Songs Without Words?"MihS - "" tTTTm it rs TWO POINTED QUESTIONS ANSWERED. What is the ufo of making a better urticlo than your competitor if you can gEMrM,! 1 IlilMIJUUWWl not get u better price for it? Ana. Ah there is no difference In nnkliaK the price the public will buy only the c)) Uiaa laLaaajH-igjiHiUrn (fo batter, so that 'while our profits may bo smaller on a single sale, they will bo much greater In tho aggregate. How can Route to your mako you get the public to know is the best? If both urtlcles ure brought prominently before the public, both aro certain to be tried, and the public will very quickly pass judgment on them and use only the betterone. This explains tho large sale on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. The peoplo hayo been using it for years and Fran J. Heed, Gen. Pass. Agt E. II. Ilacon, Dis. Pass. Agt. have found that it can always bo deW..U. McDoel, VrCe.Pres.& Gen Mgr pended upon. They may occasionally Charles II. Rockwell Traffic Mgr take up with some fashionable novelty put forth with exaggerated claims, but are certain to return to the ono remedy 50 YEARS' that thoy know to be reliable, and for EXPERIENCE coughs, colds und croup there is nothing equal to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. For sale by Craig & Hocker, Druggists. 1 ammm Mr. Spokes Well, 1 very much fer them to songs without sente. preDe- troit Free Press. The Popular "That's a very old joke about tho scarcity o men nt the summer resorts." "It may be old. but it's no joke." N. Y. Truth. A the Yrura Itnll Iljr. Kro may not be talkative, Llko tho averaKO human; Yet there's none who can deny It tells on man and viom&n. Chicago Dally Now's. Old, Hut No JoUe, todrrxxllors. ThUlirttliutlan originally ratabll.hcd as tho ! Splendid farm of t acrw In Suihmt Kaw, po.it IUuik of Stanford In ISM, then rr.r)caiil,-- , IheNatlotisI lUnk ofbtantonl In IMS andaasln 30 Hillm rnHi lb Mlourl Una Wrll Will uHl niiumtifHl at Hie lint National lltnk of Staniord should And a place In tho homo of every kkhI firiHltu country, llmkly Iml practical!) ao om-O'trrmt or trt fnr fane In Ontral Kmi In DEMOCRAT In tho SUNNY SOUTH. Tho lucky, (jiii y SI Mrt to 4.wi dUUrm In a cue for hatyears. It I. betteruninterrupted rxlil. 1 uril!"l now wit". Ky Dispatch U tho pooplo'a paper, owned by trade. (7o) Uolllile for tramariimr butloru ptumptl r and lib. A.Mrvwi U l, Stufrl, eiivllf tualinTer Iwfotr In It Joti and lionorabl the people, and Is always ready to fight career. Accounts "' Indlylduats, fiiluclartn, Qruc for tho causo of iho people. IT STAND3 ar.d lndlf IJuals solicited. SQUARELY ON THE CHICAGO PLATI tllKICTOSI FORM, without tho aid or consent of tho F, Held, Uncoln Co. J. U', Harden, Stanford H. H. Haiultiuau, S. T. Harris, Gold Hub Monopolies, and a fair comparJ S. Hooker, " T. I'. Hill, ison of Its news service (now being furMarin dfUTinltied to change r LutlniM, I III W.K Walton " W. A. Iribble, " nished over leased wires by tho New York rll at public auctliin, If not rold prlrjtcly tr.im J, II Oilier .Crab OrrhM M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon In btaufxnl, on Mnn-dilu Iront of tliBiurt-liiiiM , D.KImorr, etauford. Sun, tho Chicago Inter Ocean nnd tho my Frtu of lonniy Cuurt Northern Press Association) with that of 21(5 Ie. 1, i wll ImiirttTtdIay, six rouni orricam. with It it-- . any other paper, will fully verify its tirkk dwtllltiK, two goo.1 tolMTi barn", pxl slock J S. Hocker, I'rr.tdeut; J. J McltobrrU Cashlt l A A McKlti!iey,A.lul(".her. I arm Is atfrl, Motto, "If you see It In the Dispatch It's lrn and othr outlim.i. pike, In ! l nillefniin rrarlirsTRIa bo, and if it's so it Is always In the Disand contcnlcnt to Unrcli and school. I or patch." furttier Inforoialieli call on or ailln 71 l.l III till bl.AKdL.NT, Walnut Hal, Ky. The Dispatch also has a staff of over 300 actlvo correspondents In the South, and THE Will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE iiTttmt THAN DOUDLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS ' of any other Loulsvillo paper. Get the in Dispatch; It gives tho news and tells tho We havo now cloed nuralnugliterlng jien truth about It. PENETRATE for a short while. Will any to thoi who Dally, 8 pages; Sunday, 21 pages; WeekMill havo turkeys that no will open up ly. 8 pages. Wo club with tho Weekly weeks, nod then o will EIGHT GREAT STATES Dispatch at tho remarkably low prlco of again In nUiut two Will pay you tho highwant jour turkeys. DULLAICS ANl rir h OLNTd est market price for them. I'eeU them wtdl Kentucky, Tennchsee, VlrRlnln, Georgia and have them fat. North and South Carolina, l.u.M) niuir.VTio.v. J, K. Ulltt.vriANA Ci, Ky Alabama, Mlsllppl. Stanford, I the forerunner to consumption. Dr. Doll's will euro It. and give hiich Mtrength to tho lung that 11 cough or a cold will not hettlo thoro. Twinty-llv- o cent 111 reiiny ti urug cioro. Iletween Louisville nnd tlio South. l cll-- l to I lie lact that Hank In Stacnd, Un the National Jltak Act drfxiltor srcwcurtl not only by tl capital Uxk out nyum .locKiitHUcra llalilllly far an amount a that dcywltortif Dili liiitltu- iualtn tlou arc Nuirl liy a fund ol au,uu I un sworn statMArntt of tli. cxm.lltlon ol the IUiA are mail each )Mr to lh I'nltM Stt (lotrrtiuicnt and its aMcUaretianilnrd at .tal.l times liy got eminent Hi hi t.i'iirlBailJllloDal audptilMl salct Ui-- Attention o! tup rmtliluu. ol thtil !. latl, J l1, FARM FOR SALE l', 1 nrislil-or-hoo-- Soutftern Railway rs ini TTUllMOIiYB T0 1 M Through Sleeping Cars NOTICE ! l AnI ievwtk? ai Hi li THREE DAII.V TRAINS Each way between Louisville and Lexington W. A. TUItlf, O, P. A , Wabhltigton. I). O. W. 11. TAYLOE, A. G. P. A. LouUvlllo. Kf, CHICAGO. Accident Will Happen. Mamma It must have been three o'clock this morning when the baby woke up, Papa Yes. lie overslept himself! Puck. d Notice Is hereby given to tbo-holding claims ugaliibt the etale of William Hubble, dee'd, to present them properly verified to me at once. Pnrtles owln tin. vntnto v. are reriucnted to settle with mo without do-la- R L. HITHHLK. Executor of William Hubble. PUHLIO SAE OF A "Big Four Route' Host line to and from Ijjjnjra Designs Copyrights Ac. Trade Marks Anyone sending a sketch and description may of XCOO. JQlcklT ascertain our ouinlon free whether an taTonllon Is probably patentable. Communlr. Queen Victoria's crown is 6et with UonsstiictlTconflctentlal. Handbook on Patent 2,500 diumonds, 233 pearls and a most ept tree. Oldest agency for securing patenti. Patents taken tUroaih Munn A Co. recelre extraordinary ruby. It is valued at skkhiuiki, wnnout coarse, in me Tho Bank of England will not take small sums on deposit. It requires private depositors to maintain a balance r A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Tnreat rt lmUon of anr sclentlfla Journal. Terms, 13 . TMari four iontlu.lL Sold by all nawadeaJei Scientific American. jfiaodiOflBee, K F HU WMfalBctos, D. C. 1,600,000. A - Co."1"- - New York According to a dispatch received at Mudrid, Agulnuldo has demanded $!, 500.000 for the release of the imprisoned priests. at public auction to the because wc uso the s, Tho promoters of the Tennesseo Cen highest bidder, the farm oh which Win Avoiding tho Tunnoi. deceased, lived at to at onco begin death. The farm contains tho time of his PUIIEST DUlKiS tral railroad decided about building tho road from Clarksvillc, Obtainable and ate absolutely correct in Tonn., to Harrimtin,Tenn., a distance Wngnor Sleeping Cars our weights and ineusures of 220 miles. If your sIcknuHScan be treated through COUOIIEI) 2i VEAIW. Well located, convenient to town, tochurch-u- s I sutTered 25 years with a cough, and schools. Tho residence Is uny of tho Proprietary .Medicines tliey Hullet Parlor ars. Wagner Sleeping spent hundreds of dollars with doctors and a and excellent frame nice, I ars Private. Compartment Cars, I used Dr. buildings In good statu of building. Out- can bo found here. for medicine to no avail until repair. (melius and Dining Cars. remedy This Hell's d cash, remainder In TEitvtrt. makes weak lunj"i stronjf. It has saved my one and two years In equal installments, He euro your tickets read via BIG FOUR.1 We ulways havo a complcto stock. life. J. D. Rosoli, GrauWburg. lit. bearing Interest from date of Halo and for K O. AleCOHMIUK. D. B MARTIN, which notes with good security must bo Puss. Traffic Mgr, Cen. Pass, ATkt. Apt. The worst storm of the season is given. Possession given Immediately. l J. W. HOOKER. Adme. CINCINNATI, O. raging in Colorado ICy., bell Lu-en- federation of the SPLENDID LITTLE FARM The shortr-liveStates of Nicarautruu, Salvador and As administrator of, the estato of Win. Get Doctor's Opinion Qondurati haa broken down. Its formal Lucas, deceubed, with the will annexed. I dissolution has been announced. The will on If you havo an ailment which you cancollupso ia duo to the fa II tiro of Hondu Saturday, Dec. 3rd, 1898. not diagnose. ras to send troopa to suppress the upris- About the hour of S o'clock i. M., nt tho Then get the pn:ription filled here, ing In Salvador. dwelling houbo on the prcmlxes near Toledo and Detroit. All points in Michigan, the CHICAGO. White City Spcclat. Ilest Terminal Station, Hus-tonvl- lle. ST. LOUIS B03T01T. two-tor- y Ej-ega- nt y. One-thir- Penny's Drug Store. .,, eS