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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898121301 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. w -- - -- v ? - -- St J'yi!" SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXV11. TEACH EU'B MEETING. . Tho meeting of tho Lincoln county teacher's association nt thoeourt-houH- u Saturday was not very largely attended, but the oxorcWos wore vory interesting and Inmnictlvu. During the forenoon nefslon the "How to culllvato attention" wa opened by Prof. E. L. Grublw, followed by nmio vory pointed and pracd tical remarks by Profs. W. C. and M. E. Prowltt. mm nub-Jcotof INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. DECEMBER 13. 1898. McKINNEY. NO. 81 HEWS IN THE YICINAGE. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, ov. J. F. Claycomb, of Taylor pointments at the Haptlst church Sat- ;j5. county, and Miss Lilla Williams, of urday, Sunday morning and night. His J. M. ICeane. a Junction City mor- - Columbia, were married In St. Louis, For "Wciir. wlfo accompanied him on this trip to chant, has a 12 )ound girl at his house. Squire Kclgwin, of Jeirersonvllle, our village. K. P. Brown, a prominent citizen of , wont "dp to net any more couples In Tho merchants here have, as yet. London, died last week of heart di 'trouble. Ho Is dead after tying ,000 made no display of new Christmas sease, uged 1. connubial knots. goods, hut wo presume they will ''be in At Dlllsboro, Ind., thero is a father, been established at has A it" by noxt weuk. Xmas without a Lunsford, Knox county, and Nimrod mother and three children whose combined ugos arc but 42. He married at Santa Claus would not scorn real to the Lunsford appointed postmaster. Children's Apparel Appropriate. 10 and she at 10. Uttlo folks. Mrs. Samuel Tate, of Somerset, sufW, J. Montgomery, of South Fork, fered a stroke of paralysis last week JesiC Bourne, uged 22, and Miss of "class management" Tho subject Pearl Duncan, 18, drove up from Boyle was then Introduced by MUs Nora ha purchased John Good's property on and Is in a precarious condition. i i Phillips, who madi! a brief but inter Mlddlcburg street, now occupied by Tho Mcliolasvllle Democrat was and were married at Rev. J. B. esting uilk. Shu was followed by Prof. Bowman Smith, und will move to It at sold under foreclosure to County Sujh Crouch's by lhat gentleman Friday. In a country church near Missouri Grnbbc, who endeavored to show In a an early date. Tho price paid, wo un- - erlntendcntof Schools W. R. Harris. City, Mo., Miss Delia Clevenger was way how ho would conduct a aerntaud, was $l'2?. practical Mrs. Emollnu Brown, of Laurel counDuring the last fow days a great many ty, Is the mother of Kf children and has shot down and her escort, Geo. Allen, grammar class. Tho subject was closl You and Make us Friends. Instantly killed by Ernest Clevenger, a fat hogs have died In this section. Tln-Ied by Prof. Grlnstcad. attended tho burials of nine of them. W. F. Dykes, of Hail, Pulaski coun- cousin of the young woman, who was In tho afternoon Miss Esther Hutch deaths maybe attributed to too muehlead read a splendid paper on 'Punish- between tho eyes, but even that has not ty, has filed a petition In bankruptcy, one ol tils victims and oi whom he was ments," sho MUs Annie McKinney prevented proper cuoof their remains, with liabilities stated at 82.230.82 and insanely jealous, Mrs. Lulu Johnson is in jail at Pond road an oxcellent paper In which she as an inspection of tho well filled smoke assets $723. That are Capt. 1). B Golden, of the 1th regi Creek. Oklahoma, on the charge of ol forth In a very witty and Interest hoiiM'B would attest. be-- ) Joe Levlnsoti, of Lexington, Is clerk ment, had a row with Col. Colson and poisoning her sixth husband. She ing manner a fow of the countless ing for Jacob Hummolsleln. Marion resigned. He is now at Barbourvlllc gan marrying at 10 and has kept it up und uccomplUhments tho pretty regularly ever since. Flftdcn suppose a teacher to Williams and wife, ol Klngsvllle, visit- and will resume the practice of law. community some of tho manifold and ed W. I). Gooch. Mite Mollle Hughes Lawson R. Gooden Is on trial at Bar- years was tho longest time she lived also duties that he Is suppos- returned Saturday from a several days bourvlllc on the charge of being Im- with any of her husbands. A St. Louis woman, who was too poor late plicated in the murder of Town Mar ed to perform without the slightest visit in Somerset. Abe Lcvlnt-on- , m of Lexington, spent a few days last shall Hubbard, committed 10 years to hire a lawyer to secure a divorce CQ discomfort or fatlguo. from a brutal and drunken husband, ago. Prof. Grlnstead then gavo an admir week with friends here. Dr. J. P. Bailey, of Glasgow, is study G. W. Shadoan, of Somerset, sends took an ax and beat in his head after able talk on tho "Itolatlon of teachers school board." After this the as- ing horology under V. H. Gooch, und his thanks to Col. Castleman for keep- he had gone to sleep after severely and sociation was treated first to a voonl is making rapid pi ogress. The doctor ing his promise to his wife, since dead, beating her. She now has a lawyer Hi Also solo, rendered by Miss Lllllo Peyton, is a graduate of an optical school of to lake good care of his son, Corporal furnished by the State to explain the CQ matter to a jury. Chicago and carries his "sheepskin" J. II. Shadoan. then to a recitation by Miss Flora with him and Is prepared for making Tho fiscal court of Mercer fixed the DANVILLE, salary of tho county judge at J003; No further educational business on ulmot any optical test of tho vision. Handsome Mufilcrs, Shirts, Bath Robes, at this placo will county attorney, 3(500; county school Tho Dr. W. S. Fulton preached at the hand tho meeting, after passing the cliango hands, it is extracted, within HUcrlntendcnt, $000, und allowed Dr. 2nd Presbyterian church Saturday and Canes, Umbrellas, McTntoshes. following resolutions, adjourned: r Wo, the teachers of the 1st magiste- the next few days, but just who the Forsythe, the health otllccr, a salary of Sunday. Communion Sunday morning. M rial district t. Lincoln county, ICy., new manipulator of Uncle Sam's keys 3150. Tho mandolin, guitar and glee club h Mrs. John Will Poor, of Garrard, of Centre, will appear at the opera assembled at Stanford, Dae. 10, 1SDS, will be, we don't know. Tho present "V And Cleaned .liirl Tpriocnl Sl.if iefi of Incumbent, Dr. Green Moore, with his the wife of the do resolve: . urn- cattle deal- houso in Shelbyville on the ovenlug of J voov-n- . i uiiuiouivuuH hltini'. 1st. That wo regret vory much that daughter. Miss Hettie, have made good er, Is dcud after a long Illness. She December 10. anteed. the serious illness of Prof. L. M. Lew- oMIcers and will leave tho olllce with was 75 years old. Her husband und The debate between the Delnologl-a- n being in our midst. the approval of the people on their threo children survive her. is has prevented his and Chamberlain societies of CenGeorge Morgan, of Hurrodsburg.who tre College, held in the chapel Thurs2nd. That wo heartily endorse the olllclal record. Mot.cs Coffey will likely administration of our ablo and elllclont bo their successor. went to Havana to open a club house, day evenlnir, was won by the Deinolo-glanDANVILLE, X36. Justice W. A. Coffey, who has been ays all the best localities on the Prodo superintendent, who has endeared They had the alllrmntivc side himself to tho teachers )by his gentle- making the ben squire that this part of had been rented and everything was in of the question. "Shall tbo United manly manuers and the promptnots Lincoln over had, told your correspond the lullest blast of business and enjoy- States annex the territory gained by wIlIi which he has nttonded to our ent sometime ago that he mlghtsay to ment. the war with Spain? Wltli a very largo and select stock and it Walter Jenkins, colored, on a charge Dr. W. C, Roberts attended the V. wants, being very painstaking nnd the "West End," through tho JOL'itNAL, to look up another man of attempting to poison former State M. C. A. convention In Richmond Frimanifesting great Interest In educu-tlonfor tho otllce, as ho expected to resign Senator John D. Harris, by putting day. Mrs. Roberts is the guest of Dr. affairs. Wo can plenso you In Shoe, for Women. Children and Men. We stand at 3rd. That after listening to the ex- on the 1st of January. Wo hnpo he has Insect powdor in his cotlce, was given und Mrs. Hamilton in Louisville. Col. tho top for Quality, Style, I'lt. Ac. You can lmy from us Shoes that aro by our teach- not fully made up his mind to do so, as two years in the penitentiary by the McDowell Is convalescent and ablo to cellent papers prepared . solid as low priced as anywhere. ers and especially the one read by Miss this part of tho county could 111 atTord Madison court. leave his room, but Mrs. McDowell conMeKlnnoy, wo realize more fully the It, and other parts would sutler by Carson, who shot W. E. Singleton, tinues to be a "shut in." W. G. Brown, demands of tho public, as regards tho it. A petition of the citizens will be the photographer at Lexington, was of Chicago, who was the guest of Mrs indicted for malicious shooting and car- G. H. Bruce, has returned home. Mrs. qualifications and duties of teacher?, presented, praying him not to resign. Then we fccop the highest grades, in fact, the placo to get 3our Shoes. MUs Agnes Rifle, of near Huston-vlllOar Gents Furnishing Department Is full of good things In rying concealed weapons. The county J. C. Fales has returned from Louisand will therefore strive to do more youngest sister of our townsman, attorney ought also to ho indicted for ville. Mrs. Carl McKnlght. of Peoria, and thereby raUo tho elllclont work 111., Is with her parents. Col. and Mrs. Htandard of education In our common D. S. Rlffo, Is reported dangerously ill going with him to provoke trouLlo. with appendicitis, her physicians havWhile Lee Watson wo3 unloading McDowell. Mr. MoKulght will join Newest things in colored Shirts, Press Shirts, Neckwear Gloves, Hosiery, schools. man. Trunks and Valises. Hats and Everything to mnko a 4th. That we, as a body of toachers, ing lost hope of her recovery. Much cross tics from his wagon ut Watt's her during the holidays. The "Scribinsist upon tho parents visiting the sympathy Is felt for the family. Mrs. creek, in Whitley, ouo of his children blers" will be entertained Tuesday schools more frequently and see what Arthur Richard was reported quite tried to climb on a pile of ties nearby, evening by Mrs .Robert Harding. Rov. we arc doing. Their friendly interest sick Sunday. Carloy Mohloy unfortu- when one of the heavy ties turned and John M. Bruce, of Louisville, is the The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE KY. Mrs. Bruce, will not only glvo ronowed energy and nately stuck a prong of a pitchfork in fell on the child, crushing it to death guest of R. D. Bruce. While attempting to replace a belt who has been critically ill, was reportImpetus to the ullorts of their children, his foot last week, in consequence of Mr. and Mrs. but tho teacher will feel a;iev Impulse which his usually filled pew In church on a stave buckcr, Henry Moss, son of ed tome better of zeal and inspiration because of their was vacant Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. P. A. Moss, of Sparksvllle, Adair Sam McDowell have returned home. Ueuben Williams, who has been sick county, caught his right hand in tho Mrs. Will Glvens is in Louisville shopIn the work. our thanks to for sevoral weeks, is improving. Mrs. cogs of tho wheel und it was mangled ping. Miss Lyno, of Lexington, 19 tho l 6th.- - That wo to the elbow. Amputation was neces guest of Miss Elizabeth Vnnmcter. Prof.W. C. Grlnstead, Dr. tfm.Sholton F. M. Waro is also Improving. Tho good people hero rejoice with sary. and other honorary members for their Instructive remarks, and the Interest the good pcoplu of Somerset over tho The Richmond city council compro- And He klssscd her; her soul went a swift through in our work and In defeat of tho saloon clement in tho mised with tho four banks for $15,000 they have taken thrill, election held there last Saturday. The in lieu of all back taxos. It was on a As a demon delicious tho cause of education In general. That by force of its will MISS IlKLKN L. TlU'UMOND, M. E. majority against tho saloon was 80. Tho ba6ls of 75 per cent, for tho years of Might lm:viTT ani L. II. IIUUUKS, Com- buttle has been fought and a clear vic- 1SU7 and 1SI3 and $2,000 extra for the On wingslift her from earth of a sigh i tory for temperance won, and Somer- claim prior to 1SH7. mittee. And sot every heart-thrV cltlzciiH, regardless of previous to comfort and health than warm, dry feot set's Nothing is more essential On lire in the sky. Joseph Threlkold has brought suit .: CRAB "ORCHARD. Ho kissed her opinions upon tho subject, should now against the Cincinnati Post for 0 in Winter. Our footwear was selected with unusual care and I am She gasped for a moment, surprised, any animosity that may have enit sure I can suit the most particular. Our line of for libel, because It was telegraphA social dunce, was enjoyed by the bury And murmured: gendered, and labor together as resied from this place bv the Post corres- "Gee whiz, urn I Hobsonized':'" young folks Friday night at tho men and women, to bring their pondent that the pluintitT was at one dence of R. L. Colllor. A KUUillTFCL Hl,lTNIi:it. school taught by Miss city up to its possibilities as a business time In prison and had once been ad: The colored Will oftou riuuon horrlbtn Hum, SraM, Cut o place, noted for its good morals und judged a lunatic Harrodsburg Demo- Ilrulv. UtioVleii' Arnica Salro, tlit t In tlic Annie G irons, of Stanford, closed with world, Hill kill tho juln anil promptly heal It crat. a vory creditable ontertalntnont Fri- profound piety. Cures Old Soius, lVrer Sores. Ulcers, llylli, Felons, Is especially attractive and stylish. Misses' goods in Black and Tan J. M. lllgginbolham, administrator day night. The white folks tilled the CitAli Okciiaki). JimmloSluughior. Conn, all Skin Kruptloni. Heat I'llerure ou oirtb. Kid and cloth tops. of M. W. Johnson, brought suit ut Only 2.1 cU. a box. Cure gu.iruntetM. Sold by got the worth of 91 house to overflow and of Montgomery, Ala., is at home to sec Louisville Saturday against the New lVliny' 1'ruiS Store. their money. Is not Improving. Mr. his mother, who 9 a Mrs. W. U. P.urke, of Brownsville, Walter Buchanan loft Thursday for York Life Insurance Company for If Boone's Black Diamond railroad The notion Is based on policy on Tenn., is on a visit to her father, Capt. Danville, where he takes a position at Is ever built, the sleepy little town of P. W. Dllllon, who is much improved the D. & D. Institute. Mr. Joe Payno the llfo of Mr. Johnson, Issued in July, Ghent will have to awaken. It is said in health and Is now ablo to ho out' on is hero from Franklin, Ind., where ho lSOtl, which ho returned to tho comn pany to be tllrlded in two or more poli- that the road will cross tho Ohio thero crutches. Mr. and Mrs. James is solo proprietor of a candy factory. (M; Bridge und Terand tho Ghent-Vov- ay W Durable ami Pretty. Men's Tans, calf nnd cordovans, hoavy soles have taken rooms at R. L. Co- Miss Jennie Colllor, who has been so cies. It was wrongfully detained and minal Co. has been formed. cork. Durable lined waterproof calf boots. Come to g with Invisible llier's. A. II. Hastin moved to his farm low, Is Improving. Dr. Stapp, of the on notice of Mr. Johnson's death, the W can fit and suit you in both style end service. til) 6ec " THATTHltomilXU HIUDACIIK. Monday and Alox Bcazloy took churgo College Homo, hus been sick for sever- company denied that he was insured in it. Uuchan-a- n Would quickly leave you, If you used Dr. Ktng'i of tho hotel. Mla Margaret al days. Mr. Miko Kennedy leaves for The leases of all the turnpike roads .Vew Life l'lUs. ThoiuamW of swtterers have, proved Is In Louisville tho guest of her sis- Garrard in a short tnno, where ho takes In Mercer, wore renewed on tho sumo their iuatclile.vi merit lor Sick and Nervous Headter, Mrs. John A. Ilaldemnn. Stovo ohargo of the Sutton farm for next Tliey make puro blood nnd atrong nerve and tho samo $3,000 aches. and build up your health, llnsy to take. Try Teeters is up from Stanford spending year. Lota of pretty Xmas goods in terms as last year appropriated for repairs &e, was made. then). Only 23 cents. Money back If not cured. , inv with his mother. Mrs. Sal- o the stores and little folks aro happy. To pay tho annual rental of one fourth Sold by I'cnuy'a Drug Store. 111 and lio Ann Htgglns continues quite tho agreed price of tho dividend pay old ago, tho SPAIN'S (IKKA'IKST NKKD. Of the 2,778,304 men in the Union on account of her oxtrcmo ing roads and keep up all tho road?, Galo Rogers has movIron Fence. Mr. It. I'. Ollrla, of llarrvlona, Spain, spend his army during tho war 173,070 were Neworst Is feared. Cypress Shingles. costs the county ubout $18,000 per an groes. Tho total number of4Confeder-at- o ed Into tho houso recently occupied by winters at Aiken, 8. C. Weak nerTirs had caused more appropriations, uuer Oa using troops was but G00,000. Mike Kennedy. Miss Lizzie Gorraley seere paiusln the back of his head. and Nerve num. Two this, will sulllce to pay for tho roads, profes- Klectrlc Hitters, Amcrlca'sgrcatest Hlood is In Stanford doing duty as a Tho execution of John Andersen Ittfinedy, all pain soon left him. lie nays this grand ( ( and then tho county will got full posIs what his country needy. All America sional nuroo. at Norfolk, Vu., was a bungling affair. knows that It curta liver and kidney trouble, pur session of tho rouds and tho rest of the When the trap was sprung the rope iX I A NARHOW ISCAI'K. Sayings. itles tho blood, tonus up the stomach, strengthens broke and Andersen fell. He was carThankful wonU written by Mr. AiU B. Hart, of the nerves, puta vliu, vigor and new life into every Mill Work. ried to the platform and the trap was Metal Roofing. COUUHKD 2i YE.411S. (Jrolnn, S. I. "Wat taken wltU a bad cold which muscle, nerve and organ of the body. If weak, tired In am' Anally terectlloa ou my limn; cough et or ailing you nefd It, Kvery hottlo guaranteed1 I kuffercd 25 years with a cough, and again sprung, this tlmo successfully. minated In Coniumpllon. Four doctors KaYe mo only SO cent. Bold by Penny's Drug Store. spent hundreds of dollars with doctors and Andersen was convicted of killing for niedlclno to no avail until I used Dr. up wring I could ltvo but a short time. I gave am of the schooner Oliver remedy This inyfcir up to my Sarlor. determined If I could not Tho L. & N. has uet asldo $218,000 to Boll's weak lungs strong. It has saved my Mate Saunders, my makes Pecker. atay with my friends on earth, I would meet im. llfo. J. II. lloiuli, Granuhurg. III. to bo spent In cutting down grades, alwent one alKjv. My husband was advlaed m proving bridges nnd general better- t.UNO IRIUTATION. UUcorery for Consumption gotPr.Klnj'aNew Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Is tho forerunner to consumption. Dr. Coughs and Colds. I gv It a trial, took in all monta. will euro It. and Diarrhoea Remedy can always bo de- Dell's a M miMil mtt. and.i thank (tod. I .a... i eigni uoiiics. t. t... ni'ui"i such strength to tho lungs Music, Art and Elocution, under cut-i- . A girl in Lynn, Mass., has eaten 15 pended upon and is pleasant and safo glvo cold will uot settle thero. that a cough l'V'NnisaYodaudnowawcll and healthy woman." Twenty flvo Full Course ol Study in Literature, Science, Craig & Hocker, or a novels In tho last few weeks. She tears to take. Sold by j cents at Penny's Drug 8tcro, Trial now iree m Drugcists. refunded. U8 50oandI.OO. (luarantcedur prlca out and dovours each leaf after reading .?.! ?i and cot a copy of our New Catalogue, or write for one to MRS. A broom trust has sent the prices up Probably It is such light reading Ky. Win. Black, tho noted novelist, died i NANNIE 8. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. Stanfotd Society girls are now affecting the It. 20c a doztni . at London. that it is easily digested. monocle. Kcv. T. II. Coleman tilled two ap- Monticello went dry by a majority of - GLOBE'S WARES ! .M post-onie- e M Men's Wants Satisfied. Boys' Needs Filled, f g Crln-elea- Mm Tht Will Flease r -- Suits & Overcoats Up-to-da- te. o w g 3 o o 0 qtial-lllcatlo- ns av-era- ge por-ncw- . Handsome Xmas Gifts. NOBBY NECKWEAR, NEAT SHsRTS. STYLISH HATS. Xight novcr-endln- g Hal-lo- u. post-ofll- co g fj -- Good Shoes And Warm Underwear. O Suits IVIade To Order 1 lj well-kno- 1 s. The Globe, J. L. Frohman Telephone No. rJ & Co., KY. l.NTK-itio- al ZF'K.ESE BUSIES I GOOD SHOES VERY CHEAP. e, UNDERWEAR I well-dress- tCALDWELL & LAN1ER, I to-da- y. mmmim? ?mm m ox'-en- I FOOTWEAR I SHOES, 1 ob $10,-00- law-abidi- U-- INFANT I 1 1 .ii M $50,-001- ). mm I &'. Ladies' Shoes in All Colors and Weights. H. i Hoi-ma- 1' I J. MoROBERTS. yC3h -- A.C.SINE,! STANFORD, KT. toll-house- s. W ijv .... " Female College. Stanford SHELTON, PRESIDENT. WILLIAM ey -- -- mm uJ .... iflrfi'itiiii'VttittellMiiti:i''iiit - -- .AA-yw'iMi- ; - GmmAiir2z2Z2Lmm l - B"' t'fKMCVi'lV.Mrf f WViiatfWrVP! n ) r t1 s - k !i if-- V I I II : K t4 U k ft I Two farmers brought 2,500 rabbits to Thk republican lawyers whobroughti life to that of a member of Congress. tho suit to tost tho Jim Crow law and Sotno of tho democrats aro of the opln Owonsboro in ono day. Frank Williams, of Franklin, Ind , took it to tho court of appeals 'tried to Ion that ho has gone over to tho admin keen tho question in politics by peti istration body and brooches, and that married Miss Loulso Wllcher aftor a courtship of 21 hours. Stanford, K.V.. Dec. 13. 1898 tioning the court to withdraw tho de- ho Is another Gon. Longstrcet. The Mutual Life Insurance Co , of cision as tho matter hud boon fettled "Without Say Mr. Cleveland: out of court, but it was 60 plain that at all Into details, I wish to say Now York, paid in tho last two weeks W. P. WALTON. they simply wanted to keep the scpa- - that I am ardently opposed to every 22cudowmonts,!j42,47 1.74 and 147 death :. rato coach lssuo alive a3 a means to fcaturo of this annexation and expan- claims jI)0,.1D1.i3, total S03S,80:i7. . Makes food more delicious nnd wholesome Judgo Bullock, of Fayotte, refused to sion policy. Tho public ought to control tho Negro vote, SFXvroit Vest struck a popular through Judgo GutTy. that tho court, know well what ray convictions grant ltquor ltconso to saloonkccpors at do so, pretty declined to Orl 6tN3 fOnrtHH CO., WtO VOK. chord when he protested against pass- no notice of settlement had over aro from the Hawaiian question during Athens bocauso thoro has boon so much bills without a Quorum and ing pension changed shooting, killing and general disorder fil" ? at oven if too case had my administration. I have not by simply reading their title. He W0U,1 seUlel t- - ' ct my mind, and remain opposed to all thero. " in mantled that tho bills should bo read tno constitutional question Involved. this annexation, from Hawaii to the Thcro aro at proseut in tho Loxlnp-to- u full with tho reports, in order that sen- Philippines." Lunatlo asylum 400 white tuon, $-what they are voting ators might know AS foretold tho court of appeals dc- Senator Pottiurcw. a populist. Intro white women, 70 colored men and 7.'l , for. Thcro was too much extravagance pitied S.atnrilnt.-- hi n.- nl.rlnt.lv nnrt.tr vntn .. - uuecu. a uui lor mo operation ui .i uu- - colored women, making a total of SS I m , . . m. , nivil wnr," oft,.fh,. lainua-uju...- . mat tno Uocbol election law Is constl- l!ru rali....v Bvtoins of tho United patients. ' , these claims were being "wUh tho lutIoal Md As a ChnstmiiH gift to Its motormoo, ' rather than reduced. Ho did not want poneral law, which remains In force. , ,,,, ., J. n.l tho Lux Inert on Street Hallway Com' ,. "H.r '. Tliu grand climnx l nt hand nnd this grcnt mlo will end this or sectional, but, .,. , ,,, nn narrow-mind" to bo month. Such Incidentally that of Tostao. It consol pany will have ltt cars vostlbulod by had come to call a halt on' tho time nt Tfao threQ romibiicans dissented, idates tho Interstate Commerce Com- Dae. --3. Heaters will also ho placed the spoliation. The senator used tha but have not presented their reasons, mission and tho postolHco department in the cars. word advisedly and It Is a good ono. though t ,tf eM that DuRcllo w, ! A dispatch from Baltlinoroannotinces and directs the consolidated departTho country Is robbed of millions und )rasont tho,p 8,do Qf th( casofor ment under tho direction of tho pos- that Capu Leo ami 24 of the crow of millions every year by men who have campalffn purp(,se9 aolnly. tmaster general to lease or tako posses- the Londonlan woro lost, and that 45 no earthly claim on tho government TliniiE seems to havo been no objec- - sion of railroads upon six months' survivors woro ru&cucd by tho BrltUh Hns nuror been done bcf.uo. We nre bound Id do it in order to and they aro enabled to do so simply nnr stock by Jan 1st, ami we have deeded that killing pries w.ll do the wort. Tli If ' tlon by anybody to Inviting President notice, tha rental;! to bo on a basis of steamor Vodamore. because cowardly congressmen fear Louisville of tho respective roads for Tho receipts of tho Louisville Store's grent I)is.lutif a Snlo will be long they do not pass every bill, no matter McKlnley to Montgomery, but demo- tho earnings 1S97. tho ilscal year during tho yuar woro $:ifl,7U7 nn Iliiwo piico will bring people for mllu.t remembered by our c.utomors and frlunda how questionable, It will alienate tho cratlc legislators were wise in not nrouiid. Editor Sommers, of tho Ellznboth-tow- n Increase of 31,(1011 over tho previous vote. Honest veterans aro as ing to subscribe to tbafufeomo pream-mucNews, docs not wish democrats to year, while Cincinnati fell behind f against tho wholesale plundering bio, giving him tho praise for the bo deceived by appeal from Editor. her receipts being $9.",4"2. the treasury as the rest of us, who suit of tho war Instead of to God Al Ivnott, of the Louisville Post, and says: With a temperature of II) degrees l-2- c. g has mighty. But for God on our side, think that tho pension business point that makes ( Kinley would havo made moro of a "Benedict Arnold had as much right bolow zero. Denver was tho coldimt r"ma(l,I,e ago reached the 0rpc" 'Kc-o- l. Fruit of the Loom nnd MuomvN to claim that he was u patriot as Dick point In tho country Friday with tho Pntt,,., mil r it a burden and a shame upon tho coun- - miserable mess of It than he did. -tl Knott has to claim that ho Is a demo- - single exception of Valontino, Nob , r'l nnnneiicuo.iiM quality reduced to 7c. All wonrHminel, try. For God's sake let thcro 00 an 14c .Men's Grey Extra iiunvy SUNDAY'S Courier Journal was a cant. Judas Iscarlot was us good a where n record of 20 was reported turn put to tho great and growing ovll. betrayed the The coroner's jury placed tho responsvuuuui, euiiJSiug uvcu jib IUI IllL'l I1UWI' Christian after he had We are glad to sec that Commission-- 1 blo efforts. It contained 14 pages of Savior as Dick Knott is n democrat, sibility for the collapse, of the Wood- er J. M. Richardson denies tho report bright and entertaining matter, includ-tha- t and the devil has as much right to land Theatre, whereby 12 persons were tho commission had paroled John iog 172J columns of beautifully display claim that ho is a saint. Nobody knows killed, upon tho firm of John Scott it Dugan, tho slayer of John C. Colson, ed advertisements. You can say what all this hotter than Mr. Knott himself, Co., of Detroit, Mich., architects of tho Men. Heavy Kil.bcd rmlerwmr. 45r Suit Men's Good Canton Flannel Drawo.r. r. i.nmo i .in.ir .Kin...... ipii.i....i ..... trill v but ho thinks ho can hurt tho demo biiilding. for the purpose of testing tho constitu- - you wish against the Courier-Journn"iMir, n raficinntnrn, worth 25c nt ir,c- bv not declarSovero whiter weathor prevails in tho wuriii iw nt jr. tionality of the convict parolo law; or if you do not say it in our presence, but cratic party a llttlo moro worth Too nt f.,u...' Union that they had paroled him at all. The when it comes to being a newspaper, us ing what to all intents and puriwscs ho South. Henvy suow is reported in the Suit cut to !kc Mlsei' Heavy Pnion .Suits cut to 31c. 10-- White or (Wy Ulan. is, a republican. '" Texas Panhandle and sleet In tho low- kots cut to 47c. Tl'o prico on nil chaplain of tho Frankfort penitentiary is a newspaper, it is A 1. : er portions. Sloot and snow nre reportnaked that Dusran be paroled and tho '. TlIK acti of tho congressional dcm-- . TO EVEKV DEMOCRAT IN LIN-- ! ed at many points In Mississippi and ln tPrfl. hntthn commission declined. COLN. Louisiana. holding that Gov. Brown's old declslou ocratic caucus, which adopted a resolu-thset- - tlon presented by Mr. Bailey that hero-tie- d Bowliug Green Odd Fellows sued out tho law was unconstitutional MOL'LTRtK, Ga., Dec. 0. I havo not n ds a writ of habeas corpus for possesslcn Is cut 1mill Mi two. S HO.cS, better mul cheaper thnn ever. Indies' !4lAm flllttta as the commls- - aftcr ca"cu action, by the matter, so far received au Inteiuok Jocukal since shoes nt US and il.'JJl bidu' good calf or grain ghoex go was concerned.and they had no de- - jority, shall bo binding upon all who boforo Thanksgiving and find no men- of two llttlo daughters of Josto Groat-hou-now nt 0!c .Men's good participate in its proceedings. Eighty-I- s .Wc. Men's Aretlo Overshoes At PSc. Itoy? a docoasecl member. It is claim Hoots po mow nt M 2,1. Vrn UulH-sire to test it now or hereafter. Thero tion of any candidate for tho next Legneither need nor demand for a parole six of the 120 members were present islature and I now announce myself cd tho mother is not a tit porson to Boots OSc, worth 31. '.Vi. law. A man convicted of crime has and tho result shows that Mr. Bailey Is subject, to your action. If chosen as have chnrffo of them. The 23,000 damage oau against tho nlentv of aids now to keep him from sun me accepieuieaueroi tne minority your candidate nnd representative it in Congress. m TWltS IV L. &, N. road for tho death of Warren nn.lM. lvn nn,nnr. f ll will bo my desiro to recclvo your inIf .the court of appeals and the governor ' The Legion arrived at Louisville structions upon ail important measures Burch, killed by tho falling of u railI road trestle in Clark can not be prevailed upon tho good H 1 i r n l . . ii that we may know will come beforo ago, was compromisedcounty, two years J J Unknirlnn miiL rHAit1l rt1ltOfQ ttl tOl'TTI by tho road payuvuhiuiom-""')"-- " como was given It. The program of legislative consideration, and my ambiing 35,000 and all costs. Printer' Ink can not do uh jiutlcc In nuMsnw t.na n WnshinPton corre- - festivities in their nonor lasts tnree tion to follow thoso instructions. I Tho Sheriffs of 75 of tho 119 counties telling yn of tho good vnluca we rcnlly Buondent that ho exoects to be civen day8- Tho chango froraa torrid to a appeal to the old men of Lincoln, tho i Kentucky hare sottlccl In full with have. Conic nnd on tho boys, friends and companions of a long nfo Gilbert's seat soon after the organiza-- , frlPld zono ls P""y tno auditor for taxes due In 1S9S. Onlv but their reception Is so warm theyal-wi- ll time, to aid mo In this. I am confi tlon of the 5Cth Congress and that ho dent the younger ones will, they hav- about 3100,000 remains to bo paid in again represent the 8th district. raost forget the weather. 1 I l ing time to wait while I havo not. I from tho rcmuining sheriffs. Tho sums 'Represent the 8th district I" Whoever hopo to receive tho support of you all yet duo aro divided among the sheriffs POUTiGAL POINTS. heard of such a man repres enting de- - j And you will soon find out that wc enn ' A with that heartiness with which t ask and will shortly be paid In. a tvo you money on every article people. He may represent tho cent Col. William Jennings Bryan is tired Tho court of appeals decides that the bought it, for tho highest possible honor I Negroes and others not so good.buthas of piayinp soldier and will resign. In tho homo. judge, of Robertson countv. cau receive in this life is to bo had by never anu never can represoni me goou John G Woodwnrd, a typesetter on receiving is not liable for an alleged shortage of the confidence of thosoamong people of the district. Ho isn't built the Journal, was ejected mayor of a former sheriff. The money was not whom I have lived so long. Very truly, If he was ho would never ianta. recovered from his bondsmen, who your friend, J. H. Miller. honestly won byj On account of opposition to tho contest for the seat charged their names had been signed P. S. Anyone who may wish will to solely because he thinks that Kinley preamblo iu tho Alabama Leg-- a tho sheriff's bond without their con writo me here for the next 10 dayB. partisan Congress will make a virtue islature, the president will not visit sent. T.D. RANEY, Manager of might over right. Montgomery. Tho'reportof the superintendent of BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. ? !!rvnCl;'.0rllale,Mt. Bterling, Hardstown, LawrenceburK, CyntlU and Scc the Homo of tho Aged and Infirm at - m''" hmlnencc, Georgetown, Klitnbethtown. THE treaty of peace has been signed, nSe.norfMnte Frankfort. Mauckport, Ind Warren county has freed all her Louisville, which has 3(H) inmates, SPanUh Peace COmmls- a' snalpd an.l and now let tho shows that they aro maintained at 8 8 taking their troubles so hard pikes. t rCKsaft--- -. volunteer soldiers bo mustered out at.8ion, aro Fire at Mayfleld destroyed property cents a day and that counting salaries th "re 6ck bed- once, there being no earthly need the cxponso Is but 14.0 a day each. No G' Rathbone, of Hamilton, O., worth 825,000. of their longer remaining in thescrvlco Jordan Webb, a Negro, for rape, was other Institution is kept so well or &o wlu bo mnilQ Keoopal superintendent of ,lf. Bni, n ,.,mon.in,, o,i. Thft i,rht the postal service of Cuba, which is to hung at Courtland, Vu. Ho confessed. cheaply. principal articles relate to the relinq bo promptly reorganized. Alvens C. Greeno, of Lexington, shot ulshment of sovereignty over Cuba, tho j RELISiQ'JS MATTEflS At very little twt. Harrison eliminates himself through the brain in a lit of cession of Guam, Porto Rico and the F xini nl.u Oum Drop. nnsorU'il flavor, at fV a joimil, himself from tho 'probabilities by an- despondency. Rev. Wallace Tharp held a meeting Philippines, with detailed stipulations Txtra ii le .MlxeiU'mnly, worth lO. jim" nt Ce u pound. nouncing that ho would not accept the Tho State Board of Valuation has at tho Christian church at Morganfluld as to the evacuation of the Philippines, Flmat vift I'ronch Cream Untidy worth 20c foi 10c a jwiind, U. S. Senatorshlp from Indiana. reduced the assessment of whisky from with .1(1 udditlons. Most delicious Filipinos and Cubans and the release of Omwn tlrop. north 23c, for I2fcc pound To run this government during tho SS to $7 per barrel. G. C. Abraham, who is very low Htwton Peanut Crisp, our louder, worth 20c, nt 10c n pound, hold prisoners by Spain in exchange kS year ending Juno 30, 1000, will cost Tne Continental Tobacco Lo., was with paralysis, made a confession bo foconnut Hon lion nt 12c u pound. Spaniards held by Agulnaldo. 359.1,048,378, according to the estimates Incorporated at Trenton, N. J., with a foro Eld. J. G. Livingston Sunday Imported Imriit Almonds, nothing nlcur, nt 12c u pound. night and united with the Christian Hiocoluto covered liitr. u capital of 675,000,000. The court of appeals has decided tho of the secretary of the treasury. food, nt 12c n niuiii, I'rosh mixed Nut nt loc n miiiiiiI, Here's moro useless expense. Tho Goebel bill contest, but the people will Four men wero killed by a powder church. Ho Is 79 years old, never Illiniums yellow n gold, 10c per doen, peaco commissioners agreed that tho mill explosion in tho Dupont works married and was a bravo Confederate render their verdict next November. Nice Oranges 20c per doiun. Nay, nay U. S. shall haul tho Spanish soldiers In cear Wilmington, Del. soldier. Louisville Commercial. AImi Headquarters for I'lro Work Tho protracted meeting conducted Pauline. They did that laat month and tho Philippines home free of cost Col. Sam McKee, pronounced it very good, much better The statement is made and denied and soldier, died Sunday In Louisville, by Rev. Brack Porter at Green's Chapel, near Uno, closed last Sunday night, than the old system, which uccording that McKinlcy favors selling the Phil- of locomotor utaxar, aged 05. Largest retailer, of line Groceries in tho world. 50 stores in Kentucky to the Hon. John D. White enabled the ippines to Japan for $200,000,000, thus Seelbach's Hotel at Louisville wus with (in professionsofconverbion. Since, Indiana and Oh'o. republicans in Bell county to cheat making 31SO,000,000 out of tho deal. damaged to the extent of 95,000 by fire, last February Rev. Porter has hold four protracted meetings, in which 3.'15 nono of tho guests being injured. uotn mm ana tno democrats anu pcr- W IUVEAKKN'.Manaokk. The peace commissioners havo com ' conversions wero made. During tau ti3rJwUiJ-Wi7wI.- i mltted thorn to luy tho ogg that hatch- - pleted their work of adjusting tho terms Plans for and ed the bill. of the treaty between the United States cotton mill at Rockmart, Ga., havo time he did not neglect his farm, but made a fine crop Glasgow Newd and Spain, and will sail for home Dec. been accepted and contracts let. Amos Rigus, who Is on trial for mur- 17th. Tho city of Lexington was Hned $250 The Kentucky League of Tobacco der at Maysville, has killed four men Senator Gray, though opposed to the in the circuit court for falling to apd is the father of 17 children. If tho Growers elected W. B. Hawkins, ofi expansion policy, will vote for the keep tho streets In a healthy condition. Fayette, president, and James L. LIsIo, latter chargo is contained in the indict- treaty because ho will sign tho docuAt Dallas, Texas., there aro four also of Fayette, secretary and treasur ment, thero ought not to bo any doubt ments in his capacity of peace commis- inches of snow on tho ground, and tho er. Hon. Claude M. Thomas was seof his stretching hemp. Killing men is Favoiitc Toilet Cream for the complexion, chapped hands, Ac. sioner. storm is tho worst experienced in many lected State organizer of county a small matter in Kentucky, but it The experiment of government own- years. leagues, and tho Tobacco Grower, a ought to bo a capital olfenso for tho ership of telegraph and telephono ch A water pipe burst in newspaper to bp published at Paris, State to bo peopled by tho progeny of lines is to be tried In Porto Rico. At Brooklyn flooding 20 blocks, and was selected tho organ tho creatures who stain their hands a3 of tho Tobaci the end of six months results will bo causing damage estimated at half a co Growers' League. Tho membership A complete line of thojiuost popuihr rcrfumes, Colognes, Hay Hum, Toilet Water with human blood. reported. million. fee was fixed at $1. Tho government is now paying W00,-00- 0 By securing a rule permitting his William Hutching s killed his brother-in-every day in the year, except Sun law, attorneys to argue a petition for a writ sister and a hired man, at Toilet Soaps, Fnco Powders, Tooth Uruslics, Sachet Powders, Hair Hrmhcs, Tooth of certiori, Senator Quay has staved oil day, to pensioners. Tho entire amount Freo Soil, Mich., and thon cut his own Brushes. Combo, Ac. OI LS. wus or all kinds, Turpentino, Varnishes, Colors, Ac. paid pensioners to June last was his trial for looting a bank until the throat. Call and see us. A of tho stockholders Some New York banks havo reduced coln meeting Nntloiml Hank of of Oho Linterm of the present prosecuting attorbounty Senator Vest has introduced a re- me raie oi interest to ;j 'jents, money bo held nt tholr bnnklnir houseStanford will ney expires and until after tho election 8t thn ..n.i Iu of a United States Senator. In other solution providing for the appointment being so plentiful and good Investments Tuesday 11 January, 100, for the purpose of electing directors for tho ensuing voar. words he prefers to seek a vindication of a joint commission to Investlpato so few, J. H. OWSLC-V- Cashier. charges of corruption in tho conat the hands of purchased legislators the In defense of his mother and him self, Charles Freeman shot and desto trying conclusions with a jury pf his duct of the war with Spain. A campaign by women, headed by perately wounded his father, a Trigg peers. tho Presbyterian;; JWomnn's Board of county merchant. A meeting of tho stockholdero It is announced that tho Kentucky uuuiu luiBBiuua, ib io oo oegun to pre- At Ottawa, O., a bank cashier, illus National Bank of fc'timford will of tho First, u, i,i,i wont bo completed for a year yet, but vent Representative Roberts, of Utah, trating how he could shoot from their banking his Jnnnnry, tsy.), houso tho becond Tuesday in i for tho purxso of electing it she will doubtless bo able to sail tho from taking his seat because he is a overcoat pocket, shot and killed a uirtx-iurior mo ensuing year. seas over long before KentucklanB polygamiet. JOHN J. McKOIIEUTS, Cashier. prominent merchant. wasto $10,000 in furnishing her a silver Gov. Stone, of Missouri, explains tho John Anderson, aseacook, who killservice. democratic expansion policy exactly. ed several men on a voyage, was hung It is not opposed to tho acquisition of at Norfolk, Va. Ho protested that ho TiiEjiiggor the blatherskite the bet- territory, but to the colonial form of was innocent, of course. A meeting of tho stockholders of the ter some people seem to like blm. government in territory that must A woman Christian Scientist, whoso Hunk of Ilustonvlllo will U) held nt majority for governor of Michi- - eventually become their banking houso In Hustonvlllo tho 2nd Vehicles of All Kinds, States. treatment or the absence of it, killed a Tuesday in Januurv. lfloo. Iuit.un n . ... gan is 75,079. Mlchigandera should Gen. Wheeler has decided to resign patient, was held at Cincinnati - 'or tno Panose of electing nine direcVn nuunu na for tors to sbtvc the ensuing t VtAn nntvn M l YlAt)Aff-wv iUt.UIJVUCi venr. his seat in Congress, preferring army practicing without a license. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL' - go-in- g Vr the " POWDER J do-;b2- cn The Louisville Store's 2 I ... -a ; ed ...,,, "". I 1 . ..... . ,,, ; ,. Great Dissolution Sale. Jutting And Slashing Isi Prices ii. i . - post-olllc- o wish-soldi- er ( h re-o- Sl,-77- 1, Mc-lon- Good Yard Wide Brown Cotton at 3 n.i ... T.. ..!. ( Underwear Cut to 19c. '. -- ...j 1 : xi J al, ,.. .i-- v n-.- ... 4 ut Cloaks And Wraps r two-thir- ma-slo- e, 1 f1 1 ( ! Vl V r CLOTHING - hd IB' ..M See For Yourself MS? ( ty "J rt; The Louisville Store. A Vlerry CIiiK-olate R' ! ttsxsattmcK&jaai j. Christmas t ent 1 (pu-eu'f- Blue Grass Grocery Co., f: 25,000-sptnd- lo 400-Ioo- m JflST THE THUG m J 48-In- P ERFUMERYI and Fancy Goods. CRAIG HOOKER. Stockholders Meeting. "Toilet 1 , Stockholders' Meeting. Brown Wagons, Timothy and Clover Hay, Spring Wagons, s Stockholders' Meeting. Billboards, etc. Pin-gree- 's h- -- -- -- 1 XM -U J. W. ilbOKEB, Cashier. XT. ID. -- 3K.IC3-a:?- . ; i HH!'.ijjU- MMi f f I-) ijj Ill '.,. l.. iij-- .-T T ini' '' - f 'i M, tH" , .. .., , jfc; i - t , I'MBpli.MllHiH.gigHMt'ifaii, rE- , f Attornkv J. W. llitoww, who ban Lamps from 2oc to $10 at Warren St BlaNKitts and comforts. Severance tried the wild und woolly westfor eight Shanks'. & Sons. years, has moved bU family back to A; SAnhohn's colTee, i.l way's CHAsn BOOTS, shoes and rubbers of all Mt. Vernon. fresh, ut Higglns & MciCinney's. kinds. Sevorunco&Sons. Stanford, Kv., Dec. 13, 1S08 LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Will take corn in exchance for Just received a full stock flooring, lap robas, fa. J, C. Mc- celling und finishing. A. U. Sino. Christmas diumondsat Hamilton's. E. C. Walton, Businkm Manaokr. . Clary. Rooms for rent, Apply to Dr. Will Bkoinnino Jan. 1, 1800, my terms O'POSSUMB. Craig Camden, of Row- will bo strlctlv cash, Yoi'U doctor gives you tlio right N Crulg. which moans I land, caught 14 o'posbiuiiH In three hours will credit nobody. A. S. Price, Dentbut, unless it Is properly prescription, llled, you eun't reasonably Window limits, putty, etc.. at Craig tho other night. expect ist. good results. It In utwuya. accurately M. ... Hockor's l.l.l prepared und of tliu very best mutorl Opkn. Our Holiday goods are Wlim Chkap Ratks. The L. & N. will ivls ut Penny's Drug Store. CoTTAOKnexttomy store for rent andwo have a 'dazzling display." War- sell round trip tickets to Louisville A. H. Floronoe. ron & Shanks. toduy ami on tho train leaving hero at PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. 2:41 Wednesday morning at ono faro Hkatincj Stoves at reducod prlcos nt Nick assortment of Lamps, Dinner on account of tho Legion's arrival. BoilN, to tho wife of A. C. Dunn, warron as Shanks'. Sets, Chamber Sets, Salad Dishes, Ac., a girl. Tickets good returning Thursday. at Higglns.t Mclvlnnoy'ri. Mrs. D. 1 Hall, went to Kinlncnco WRlTKyour letter to Santa Claus LAND AND STOCiT yo tardity. care of Severance & Sons. DON'T forgot to liuvo your plcturo Miss Mattik Mattinui.y In visiting taken at Karp's art gallery when you Watch MB, clocks, jewelry, slorllng come to Stanford during tho holidays. .13 J.C.Hays told to R. C. Nunnelley friends nt Corbln. short yearlings at $22. Mksh Set: Rout In ussUtlug in the silver njvoltIs ut Hamilton's. E. P. Woods bought of R. Cobb a Thosk owing tho oluMIrm of Cash & First National Bank.FJousk, with seven rooms. lor rent McCluro are earnestly ruquosted to cull bunch of heifers at.'l to .11c. . .MisR j knnii: m:vimnu is visiting In front of Stanford William Johnson bought in Casey a Female Collogo. at J. K. VunArsdalo & Son's store and "J relatives at Urodhyud. W. II. Hlggtns. bunch of butcher cattlo at 2jc. settle at onco. II. D. McCluro. J. A. WALTHH VlaltOd HI HWOQlhoatt M. S. Baughman sold a Pennsylvania Rksiuknck, near the collogo, on at Mlllorsburg last wuuk. FULI lino of sterling sliver novelties party 22 sugar mules at about $80. C. C. Carson was rcgUtorud at tho Main Street, just vacated by 12. C. Wal- will bo opon Thursday nt Mrs. McKln-noy'- a John Pedlgo, of Glasgow, bought ton, for rent. Apply at this olllcc. Wlllaid, Louisville, Sunday. millinery. Store will bo open last week 22 mules at an average of $05. KitNKST Warrkn went up to Fast Farm for rent on Hustonvillo pike, 2 IP you want your horse well attended till 0 p.m. each night. Mrs. A. A. Hsrnstadt Sunday to ten a friend. miles from Stanford, for 1800. W. W. to while In Danville otop at Rico's McKlnney & MUs Mary Bruce. Mr. anoMrs.;;a. Undkrwood, of llvory stable. Stylish Huyes. rigs atroa9onablo Hand Hurt. Joe Jotblln, fireman Corbln, aro visiting friends bore. Allen it Wilkcrson bought yesterday prices at W. II. Traylor's distillery, caught of William Hudson, of Adair, 08 700J MRS. II. 0. Faricis bat) returnod HOLIDAY goods of evory description, ono of his bunds between two pulleys pound cattle at$27. from a visit to friend at Somcrfcet. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Rohrrts have candy in great varioty, fruits of almost and it waa mashed so badly that it is The Hour output nt Minneapolis, moved to Rowland from Gum Sulphur. ivory kind, toys In endless variety ami thought (imputation will be necessary, Superior and Milwaukee last Mr. Kimi: Brkmhr, father of Kriok oystars, eolory, Ac, in abundance. week was 470,700 barrels. Bad weather as it was yosterday,two Uromor, Is very 111 at tho Carpontur John H. MIer. Bcazloy Bros., bought of B. ChanHouse. pai .' mudiulno fakirs kept a crowd cellor a lot of corn at Sl.2.1 delivered Miss ANNA Rrio, of Hustonville, in Art Display at the College, Friday around thorn In the snow and slush all with MirsJcsalo Couko at Gcorgo U. evening, Dec. 10, from 7 to 10 o'clock. Ai . Barnum uttered a truism when and 100 bushels of oats at .1.1c. O, P. Huffman bought of Camenlsch During those hours tho faculty and art hi said that tho American dgooIc love CooiwrV. a bunch of hogs at 2Jc and of Charley Mr. Bowman Smith, wholsworklug clast will bo pleased to receive the j to be humbugged. Lovell, a few heifers at ,1.15. extra on the I . V X., was culled to the friends and patrons of tho school. Appalalchlo agonuy Friday. Aitkk registering down to 1.1 two Ultimus, the once famous slro of Sold Out. Ware A Singleton have mornings, tho temperature roso home trotters, died in Garrard last week. Ho Rr.Y. J. B. CROUCH wont to Mt. Versold out their stock of good at Sunday night nnd yesterday morning was owned at tho time by Robt. West. non Sunday O assist the pastor, Rev. J. to John F. Cash and Honry tho ground was covered with an inch Straykd or Stolkn. Two yearling C. Cnrmtchal, In a muoting. and dangh-to- D. MuClure, who will assume control snow, which continued to fall all day, cattle, .100 to 700 lbs. Disappeared Mrs, Mattik Ai.vkkson Jan. 1st. Ware & Slngloton have more or loos heavily. Snow was pro- ttireo weoks ago. Reward. G. S. Shelby, Miss Rom. of Richmond, are with done wall there and there is evory rea- mised for last night aud probably clear- Shelby City. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alverson. Sales of live cotton mules bought in with the bid, Mr. Hugh son why the now firm should do also. NOTsatistied j ing and colder for today. Pulaski at $00 and '23 harness horses Suurgunttook bU farm down yostorduy IN the courso of u sonsatloual disHk'8 all Rio irr. Stanford ha a bought in Mercer at an average of $75 and will live, on It next year. patch from Danvillo in Sunday's Cin citizen named Elap Sunblad. Editor arc noted1 In the Democrat, Miss Nbi.uk Mkrshon, who has cinnati Kiujulror, tho writer says that Walton's attention is heroby called to Gus Macey, the horsetaught n successful bohool in the Whluri papers found In G. W. Pagan's effects tho easo. Cyntbiana Madison, 18 at home. Democrat. man, who recently handled a string of Hall district of at I'lno Hill show that lie was tho noted There's nothing tho matter with thut runners, will devoto his attention to Mr. and Mrs. R. C. HOckhr have Fratik Truvern, who was wiih Quan- - name nor is there anything the trotters and pacers hereafter. morud to their new home on the Knob trill and James boys' guorllbts during with Ita owner, who is both an matter E. P. Woods bought of J. C. Lynn Lick pike, known tw the Crow place. excellent tno civil war. four cattlo at 4c and two and a mighty clever upholsterer. Mr. and Mits. E. C. Walton aro ut Hc. He bought of now at home to their friends at the Thk Hurrtnlsburg Demwrat aud Tin: county court yostcrduy was not John Gooch a bunch of fut hogs at 2 (W Vandeveor house on Somerset Avenue. Somerset Paragon speaks of Judgo R. G. E. Black bought of various parMiss Buchanan, of Crab Orchard, J. Breckinridge as tho democratic num. crowded with business. Several road ha been for the piut week the guost of iiiuu ior aiiornoy general, l ncso pa- - overseer were appointed, T. J. Robin ties .10 big cattlo at 4 and 4Jc. J. W. her sister, Mrs. A. Addams. Fmnkfort Hirs seem to know that when the Intk son was appointed supervisor in the Bales bought of Basil lluckott 47 exArgus. RIOR JOURNAL nominates a man, as It Uuslonvlllo district iu place of J. W. port cattle at 4.55. Richmond Regis-tor- . Mrs. a'ilmam Ghku wrltoa us to did Judgo Breckinridge, It mcuns that Powell and Otis Ncwland qualified as SquiroJ. S. Ronlck sold to S. D. tcnd her pajr to Huntington, W. Vn., he will bo tho democratic standard udministrutor of his son, S. S. NcwGod S57 shocks of corn, that made 1, ' adding that It Is. like' a bright ray of bearer. land, who was killed by tho cars. As he has no estate, this indicates that a 017 barrels at $1.40 in the field. If anysunshine In their bouse. body can beat tlrfs yield let us hear FlNKI). Squire J. A. Singleton hold suit for damages will bo brought, Miss MARY Bruci: has formed a fromhltn. Winchester Democrat. court at KIngsvlIle last week and tho partnership with Mrs. A. A. Mulvlnney following gentlemen wore fined for g For Tuial. Jailer J. L. Dozicr nnd Sous and grandsons of George for the sale of Horllng silver novelties, Wilkes, 2:22, have sired 103 trotters wbUky Illegally: Dan Hester, John Stivers and J. F. Iluwn, of which will arrive Thursday. came down Sunday and and pacers with records from 2:00 to 911)0, and' MASTKR Wam.aCK Ham. nod sister, ?100; Dr. C. M. Thompson, Miss Kalhcrlno, of the West End, took Will Thompson, !00. Mr. Hester uud took buok Doe Baker, charged with 2:10, while daughters of George Wilkes have produced seven 2:10 performers. the train hero a fuw nights ago for the latter Thompson plead guilty. Jack being accessory to the killing of Sales of seven cotton mules at $40 to Sims, for malicious cutting und woundW. L. White, of Clay. Thomas Knoxv'lllo to visit relatives, of Lebanon, trav- ing a drummer named Frank Kelley, Baker, who got a life sontonco for tho $50 aro noted In tho Burgln Messenger, ti J. L. CARUWKLL, eling ngent for the lHna Life Insu- was held over to circuit court In $100. murder of White, aud who baa appeal- which also says that John Huguely ed his cine, and Jamas Baker, also here bought In Cincinnati last week 135 comrance Co., was here with Incal agent, Tikd, Tho Stanford IIlll Academy for safekeeping, were Nikon along as mon cattlo at 2Jc. no does this every B.C. Baughman, Friday and Saturday. year and finds that it pays. WlNKRiU) I'ortmaN, who left hero foot ball team wont to Uincastur Fri- witnussos. day afternoon and played the toam E. C. Hopper, tho popular sccrotary three, weeks ago, Is still at Fort ThomLOOIC OUT For Thkm. The Advoof tho Latonia Jockey Club, has been is having considerable trouble there. The scoro stood 5 to 8. George as. He cate vays that word comes that a man iu getting passes and permission to Florence made the touch down for and ttireo women aro imposing upon tendered the position of presiding judgo Stanford aud Will Denny for tho at the San Francisco track in place of join his regiment at Porto Rico. Archie Bailey Elkln, tho mas- tho good peoplu of Llncolu county and the latu lamented Judgo Carter, who mr. adoli'ii UAYH, onooi tno own 4. reaping a harvost of donations. They ers of tho Louisville Store, was up from cot of tho Stanford team, failed to work travel in a spring wagon, and when a lost his life in tho Baldwin Hotel fire. COURT Day. Tho bad weather cut Louisville yesterday seeing after tho his rabbit's foot suceorsfully this time, town is reached tho women go among He lived here Onco and his but he rays it was becausu tho Lanca- tho peoplo begging. Tho old man, they the usual crowd nearly half yesterday, business. ster had a groat big fellow from Cenbut those who camo seemed hungry for friends were glad to see him again. allege, Is down with his leg broken in cattle. All of the 150 on the market tre College with them. Mus. G. B. Clayton and daughter. a half dozen or so places and that tho changed hands, four cents being tho Miss Laura, left Sunday for Galveston, o Stork Burnkd. The whole party aro in de&tltuto circum- best price. Butcher cattlo sold at 2 Texas, whore thoy will likely locate. and content at Noedmoro belonging to stances. A gang working this game to .1c. Mules and plug horses were Mr. Clayton will follow about Jan. 1. Mr. G. W. Goodrhh woro destroyed by was run'out of Danvillo a yeur ago. Tho Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Rilky, of Flnc-vill- Hre about U o'clock Sunday morning. man In the crowd bad two good legs ut dull. Mr. J. W. Powell, of tho West End. passed down to Louisville Sun- Lo-- s about 91.400, with no Insuranuo. that time. Is back from Salisbury, N. C, where day to attend tho celebration tendered Tho origin of the firo is a mystery, but Casky Nkws. Mr. F. P. Combcst, ho sold a car load of hogs at 5c. Mr. the 1st Kentucky. Mr. Rlloy has two Mr. Goodrich thinks it was incendiary. Powell tells us that his was tho first brothers In tho Legion. Others think It perhaps resulted from of Casey, was here yesterday and gave load of hogs ever shipped to that place Mrs. ANNIK McClary, who spent a coal from tho stovo, which Mr. G. us the following items: Perry Cox, who and thut it was like a circus to the over Sunday at Lancaster to attend kept burning at night to keep potatoes killed his father, J, M. Cox, was Indictpeople. He is so well pleased with tho Rev. U. C Morrison's mooting, tolls and other things from freezing. An- ed for murder and held over in $1,000, plaee and the peoplo that ho will take us that he Is not enjoying his usual suc other theory Is that it was caused by which he failed to give. Tho heirs of another load about Jnn. 1st. cess, und would likely cioso last ulght. spontaneous combustion und originated J. M. Cox attempted to break his will, Tho millers uesociatlon met at Lexbut It was sustained. He left his propMr. Thomas Uooan, of Michigan, in the ccllnr. ington, when tho question of dividing erty to Miss Elvira Fields, who lived representing the Bueklin Medicines, Among tho .'10 circuit clerks sued for at his house. Allen Hall, for stealing tho Stato Into districts and allotting was boro Saturduy placing ndvertlse-montto certain millers camo up, but Ho Ih one of the cluverest men tho $." retained in felony cases, which u horso from Jako Russell, confessed them was not pushed to nn issue. It was in tho business and about tho only one they thought they were ontitcd to, und was given two years. F. P. Comfound on comparing statistics that there woaro ucquulntod with, who docs not until a decision of tho court of appealsi bcst bougnt of W. O. Rigney, adminis- Is plenty of old wheat in the farmers' are: S. D. Lewis, o.' Rockcastle, $205, trator of F. D. RIgnoy, his farm of ,500 . profess to know it all. barns to run tho millers till harvest. Dr. H. M. GRANT and Charley An- bondsmen aro P. D. Colyer and J. J. acres for $2,000. After business, the millers enjoyed a derson, of Lancaster, camo over Sat- and II. II. Wood; Reed S. Nichols, of Local Oition. Tho following dis- royal banquet. Boyle, $i:tf), bondsmen aro J. S. Chris-ma- n urday to meet tho romalnsr.of James A. Over 000 weanlings have made second und Samuol Lyons; A. B. Brown patch to tho editor of this paper from Anderson, an unclo of tho latter. Mr. tho editors of tho Paragon tolls tho payments for the Kentucky Futurity, Anderson, who died In Louisville, was of Laurel, $300, bondsmen aro II. c! gratifying result: "Somerset goes dry which closed Inst sprlngwith 702 marcs fOr yeara a resident of Lancaster, and Evorsole, J. McNull and Jasper Pearli by 80 majority. Tho Hansfords." This nominated, or 85 per cent, of tho orig-lnu- l was a mombor of tho law firm of Ander- W. B. Mnon, of Garrard, &105, bondsnominations. This is tho largest men aro Benjamin and E. J. Mason; J should satisfy tho whisky man that son & Herndon. Baiiey. of Lincoln, $200, bondsmen they aro not wanted in tho capital of percentage of second payments over A picture of Mr. J. C. Mershon's P. Pulaski and ought to settle tho matter, known in a Futurity Stake, and it inpretty daughter, Miss Jennie, now of aro J. B. Paxton aud G. B. Cooper. but the saloon clement dies hard and dicates that tho recent increase of tho Corbln, but formerly of Stanford, who 'Happy Jack." Elsewhere In this thoro will doubtless be another appeal Kentucky Futurity from $10,000 to $20,- is to becomo Mrs. John J. Uagan Issue, Hon. John II. Mlllor announces to the court3 to thwart tho will of tho 000 will bo appreciated by the breeders tomorrow, appoared la Saturday's his candidacy for tho Legislature, an people. Rlchmoud didn't show up well, moro than over. Courier-JournTho groom la a broth-'o- r ambition cherished by him for years, giving a mujorlty of 178 for saloons.butl A Missouri cattle man, who has fed of tho lato Miss Alma Hagun, the gratification of which will please with the addition of tho magisterial ' on an avcrago of 230 steers each winter here, and his plcturo also up- - him greatly and which will four years, says: "I expect to let ronnd out a district and thoso of Union and Ellis-'fo- r pears. Dr. P. W. Cartkr, JR., will leave for long and honorablo career. It Is hardly ton, which also voted, local option was : somebody else drag feed through tho Cliff City, Col., Wednesday to locato necessary for us to expatiate on his carried by 121. Thoro will bo a legul mud. What cattlo I feed will bo bought for tho practice of dentistry, where many virtues, when everybody knows fight over the question with tho saloon-Ist- s along toward spring. Winter feeding business, anyway. A man claiming that as Richmond is a 4th iii up-htherois said to bo a good opening. tho clovor and big hearted fellow so bis friends disllko to sou him well, so wo will only eay that thcro Js class city, she Is entitled to a soparato uiUbt pile corn Into his steers right Wbilo along in hold that. tVio and a better 1.. v,n., ril Vt.r nlrlnr nrnfoaslmi l notwould democrat In tho county and vote. Montlcello la Wayneby 35;Raywiok own untilorder to make themthat a their 6priug. I believe nnftntl t Innnra it In both 't)jv"....l.J Uma steer take much effort to find a man In Marlon each went dry " " and that it Is hard for a young man to who would try to reprcsont his constit of which the result will bo respected as is just as cheap at 5c per hundred along M .Vinlr1 All nf 11a wliih him uency bettor or do his duty, as ho sees the opposition Is not strong enough la toward spring as ho is at 4Jc in tho fall." it, moro fully than "Happy Jack." either place to make a fight. uccess. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - -- !, 1 Specials This Week: The Handsomest Line of Lamps ever brought to Stanford. Heating- Stoves at Greatly Reduced Prices. BEAZLBY & CARTER. - . t m - NEW SHOES n & We are now showing a greit line of Shoes and Hoots for tured by IJuell and the Forwood Mfg. Co. Men and Boys, manufac- Come And See Our Lane And get prices before making your Fall purchase. W. E. PERKINS. rnb Orchard, Ivy. Du-lut- b, Headauarters For Santa Clans a t Wo will devote this month to bringing before you substantial articles suitable for Christmas gifts. Our goods will bo displayed with prices marked in plain figures. Tur-norsvil- lo GIFTS FOR HOUSEWIFE. riety. GIFTS FOK MEN. -- Men are pleased witli any thing suitable to wear or for individual use. We show a large variety of Ornstein Rice Co's fine Neck wear, a big assortment of Holiday Handkerchiefs, Muflles, Gloves, .ic , and the prettiest drcs8 Shirt ever shown In Stanford The. house wifo appreciates nothing wore than beautiful table linens, napkins, tow els, &c. Perhaps an elegant Moquot or Smyrna Rug. All of these we show in va r, well-kno- wn Fop The Young Ladies. Wo have Facinators, Zephyr Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, tfeauty Pins, Neckties, Belts, Silk Waists, S Ik Elastic, better than you ever saw it, Silk .Mits, Toilet Articles, &c , Ac. NOTE THIS. We arc ogonts for Helmcrs, Bitmann & Co's Men's Fino Shoes, Kreppcndorf, Dittman A Co's Ladies' Fine Shoes, tho best factory in tho United States on Ladies' wear. Our nitu will always be to sell tho best goods and make tho lowest prices. 1,000-pou- nd crs JOHN P. JONES. 'fiErl m sol-lin- o, WE CAN SUPPLY lll MR CHRISTMAS r;5 In Substantial Gifts. Fine HEEDS. -- f g Lun-cater- s. jg H! Blanktes, Capes, Jackets, Timbrel las, Rugs, Towels, Table Lin ens, Napkins, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Silk and Linen, Fascinators, Hoods, Laco Curtains, Pocket Books. Lot No 1 -- gt ;JS Three Handkerchiefs, herastitclicd, in nice box, 1 . 15c. . storo-hous- ,X )$., j;, & t lAi . z .no.:a -- rrtt inree .a.i tinnuucrciueis, pianm wuite nemsutciieu, initial, in nice box, for 25c. e, LotNn. J Gents' all Linen Initial Handkerchiefs at on'y 25c each. SOiVS. &mm&mmmmwmwmwmmm$mm m x'l Jit SEVER A NOB & JLH.BAUGHMAN&CO Headquarters s. For Shipstuff, Hay, Corn chop, Oats, &e. --- r- HEST I.IXE OF- - .' al- well-know- n Lap Robes, ill Horse Blankets, Storm Apronj In the city. Remember our line of Han Made Harness. B. K. WEAREN A SON c. - T3 - L"i' J a.i H 9 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL S'tt'bllBla.od.rviooAa.jrB o.ndLX'rl.Aa.T- WAR ECHOES. Gen. Callxto Garcia, tho distinguished Cuban, died of pneumonia In Wash- CAUSE FOR ALARM. How baldness begins. When ington. Tho202d New York was tho first YKAH IN" ADVANCE regiment to march through Havana. It was en ronto to Plnar del Rio. not o paid JB3.GO will c charged. Corporal John M. Welch, of Co. M, 2d Kentucky, died at Lexington of troubles contructod at Chicka-maugpal-mona- ry a. i It Is said that tho 1th Kentucky Is Every person, male or female, shrinks hair, and elves nn abundant and glossy anxious to bo mustered out because of from baldness. It adds to the appearance growth. Those who are threatened with TIME of age oud is a serious discomfort. The Approaching baldness will be lntcrestd tho fact that it is brigaded with a cases are rare when the falling out of the iu the following voluntary statement, Negro regiment. hair may not be stopped, and a new and made by Alderman S. J, Orecu, of Spencer, KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. healthy growth of the hair promoted. The Iowa, lie writes: Of tho 5,000 soldiers Kentucky conhair grows In the scalp like it plant in the "About four months ago, my hair comsoil. If a plant flourishes, it must have No. 5 AmtTes at Stanford at 1:03 A. M. tributed to tho war with Spain, butono constant attention: It must lie watered menced falling out so rapidly that 1 A. M. tiW Leaves Stanford at No. regularly and find its food In the soil became alarmed, and being recommended Itowland at 12:00 DAT. Charles D. Jacob, Jr. was killed In No. 21 Arrive at where it is rooted. It's so with the hair. Dr. Aycr's Hair 'Vigor by a druggist. I No. 22 Leave Stanford at - -- :.J P. M. battle. Louisville Times. Neglect is usually the beginning of bald, reolved to try this preparation. I have ness. Dandruff is allowed to thicken an been now using It for three months, and Tho battleship Massachusetts had a the scalp. The hair begins to loosen. The am much gratified to find that my hair has eased falling out and also that hair which scalp loses its vitality. The hair, Insuf DIVISION. KNOXVILLE great big hole stovo in her as sho was ficiently nourtsneu, begins to lane ana to had been tlirnlng'grny for the past five passing out of tho Now York hurbor tan. me tnstani nceu in such n case is years has been restored to its original ,.12 37 p Ifl some practical preparation which, sup- color, dark brown. It gives me much No. M Train going North .... plying the needed nourishment to the pleasure to recommend tills dressing." -- ' .. 2 41 am and sank several inches, but was safely " " No. 26 ' 43 k m towed scalp, will feed the hair, give it strength, S. J. GrkkN, Aldcrmau, Spencer, Iowa. - ............ ..12 ' outh back to port. jjq 25 ' .. 1 il l ui and so produce a strong and healthy ...........-..-.. ' No. 23 " All this Is done by Dr. Aycr's AtWlchltn, Kas., 250 pcoplo paid 5c Thoe who ore interested In preserving For allirolnta. fair Vigor, the most practical and valun. and beautifying the hair will do well to a chanco in a rattle for a button cut ble preparation for the hair that can be scud for Dr. Aycr's Curcbook, A story of RO'lGH TICKETS SOLD. cures iuiu ny me cureu. This dock oi ioo from Gen. Shatter's coat that ho had rjAGGAOE CHECKED TI1KOUGI1. with dandruff, stops the hair from falling, pages is sent free ou request, by the J. C enquire o! on during tho Santiago battle. What ur inurii ' Avrr I.U.. l.owcil. aiass. xciiorci inc original coiur iu itrav For any Information fools wo mortals bo JOE S. U1CE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. A soldier was given six months In tho chalu gang and fined $."00nt Savan FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI, nah, Ga., for embracing tho wife or a prominent county official on the street at 6:30 A. M. and S P. M.,reachwhilo he was intoxicated. with a A C. oUnI at Georgetown m. Ins Paris at 8:40 a. m. and 3:10 r. Over the protest of Maj. Gon. Leo, Oeorgo- connecting at at9:?0 a. M and 5:30 P. m.. at 11.55 who declared tho transport Michigun town with Q. C. and reaching Frankfort A. . Wo invito your nlten tion the Celebrated EVTos, A. o. T. A. only fit for tho transportation of ani7:&HVu of tho 2d Illinois mals, two battalions infantry sailed Saturday in tho vessol QUEEN & CRESCENT. for Havana from Savannah upon orders Trains pass Junction City as follows: from Washington. 4 11pm 12 02 p m No. 2 North w l mith ,, .. 8. ii - in Surgeon General Sternberg says thatii .;, x ill l( j No. .. ::::: i8am e isp femalo nurses for an army aro oxpenHo. 5 ...... 8 0S pm "10 " . 6 00am No. 9 The Dicks Feed Cutter, Tho Poindexlcr Corn Sp liter, sivo luxuries, adding that tho war dejor ! No. 1 does not stop. No. 2 stops oniy partment was getting requisitions now SS than JuncUon City and Sand 6onl7 to for bureaus, rocking chairs and other things which were unknown under tho male nurse regime. Sylvester Scovil, the newspaper cor- TIio Capital Wagons. Tho Oliver Chilled Plows A better lino of goods never of- MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. respondent who was excluded from all fercd you. naval Lancaster, : Kentucky. vationsships and yards and army reserand posts by formal order, has HIG-G-IN- S &r. Newly furnished; clean beds; eplendsd been restored to favor by Secretaries Porters Everything tablo. Long and Alger. It will bo remem89 meet all trains. bered that ho hit Gen. Shaftor during tho flat; raising at Santiago. A. S. PRICE, Mnj.Gen.Fitzhugh Lee, commanding Cincinnati, O, Surgeon the 7th army corps, and stall sailed Dentist, from Savannah Saturday on the transLong Dlstanca Telephone. Call 870. port Panama, the vessel captured from Stanford, Ky. tnc Spaniards, ucn. Loo stoou upon Oflceorer McBoberta' Drug Store In theEOwiley the hurricane deck surrounded by his Building. stall officers, hats in hand,' whilo Jill our 'Diamonds aro Carefully selected in the rough, and to 15,000 people who lined the cut in our factory by Cxpert diamond Cutters. 2lJo carry wharves, bade him farewell and Godihe jCaryost Stock in tho 'West at the jCowest Prices. i em) S I? 4. vm How to prevent it. Mi Tho Pit r mo rt Hunk V mil Co., locnti4 In tho Sln( or Kentucky, l cloning up Its nlTatrx. AH creditor of nlf Hunk thvrufore nro linreliy- notified to prv If not hold privately Iwforn Satuidav, sent their clnlmsitgnliiHi wild Jlnnk for pnv I will sell at public miction man IVf. 17th. Ist)!. l. beginning, nt 1 p. i., mv Hotel property Iu J ll.OW.sr.KV, Otuhlur McKlnncA, togotiiur wlililti furulturv. Cows, Ac. Toriun Jerst-two line Tho Lincoln County National Hank, of mode knoun on iluv of sulo. Stanford. Ky , tins succeeded tho 1'iirinor I. V. OltHKN. McKliiinv. Hank & Trii't Co.. of Stanford, Ky., nod has nsNiinied all its liabilities, iiSMits and entire business. P. II. SHANKS. PrtMldfliti rTnTTTTiT)"vr7,?!7r J. It. OW3I.KV, Oftnlilot. . AUdlYxJU! -- & Hotel And Furniture FOR SALE. com-plut- NOTICE. nt Stanford, - o: X. OJ If you wnnt to sell to us bring thorn Don't Milt to iHtiko it tnulo, but will got the digitbring them nlong and us t marki't price o are pitying iiiiyono. .1 K. I'llKISTfAN & CO. In tit onco. Wo will continue to rocolve mid buy nil good turkoyi tip to 2 o'clock WodmMJny. LOUISXZILLE HOTEL Loulovlllo. Ky., AMERICANA EUROPEAN 1 Iltli. JA'K. AV. S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., LancaHlcr, Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Pain With ! in the flnoni m The Ltidics the city. Every convonioncu for Indies spending the day iu the city. Gciillonni's Cufc on olilue lloor. THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. Manager. Music Tuesday, Tliursil.tr and Similar Kvcuiii". Vllullid Air. l'liHlclnu In ntteud-iiuc- o. Olllct! tu tho New Tliouiwin Hulltllug. 1 "" " Farmers fourth and Walnut Sts., ATTENTION Nice Home For Sale. 1 will sell ! nlke. hIkhii nicest place Ilrlght, Jituuford. Ky. 12j ncrtM, Is well Improved mid one of i inllrs from Stanford. town. privately mv home on Ihtnvlllo FIRE INSURflNCE Contains 40 OreenlH'rry the DR. R. GOLDSTEIN, Of No. 311 I'mirth Ave.. Insuranoe Company OF HHOOKLYN. Dam Double (reared Corn Crusher. LouiMvllle. Will - Ins at tho Kentucky, w- -- St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Tuesday, Jan. 3, 1899. Koturulng one dny Eyes In Caledonian : Insurance Co., oi Scotlnnd. KOUND1CD IHOO. Sou.-ers- et Mason Hotel first-clas- s. The Hocking1 Valley Corn Sheller, The Studebaker Wagons, each month. Zianlnei and Glasses !S:lentiScally (C2) Adjusted. R.B.MAHONY.Agt, STA.NnillH, KV POSTED. J. J. J. K. I.VNN. II. SIcKINNKV. A. SI. TKLANO, McKINNEY. W. HAOOIIMAN. H. K. I'ATTKUSON, S. II. SIIANKH, We have jxwtcd our lands and hcrdiy warn nil pvrxim from trespassing on them for any purpose whatever, under enatty of the law provided In such cases. S. II. IIACOIIMAN. T. I). NKWI.ANII, A. SI. l'KNCK. V.. SI S. MIL". H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanfoki), Kv., In J HAUmiSIAN. V. OltlMKH. IIKL'OK. OWJU.KV. "It. ISlHR J. ." I' SI. WAUK. Receiving lilt Fall And "vlntcr;CooclH. DIAMOND CUTTERS. NOTICE. Is hereby jjlven to all ktous holding n County HomU of series Ifrsg, Sept. 3. to pretent same to the undersigned Committee for piyiucuU This October 17, 1MK. JAS. V. IIAILRV. I.ln-coi- 10,-0- 00 DR. P. W. CARTER, OKO Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. II. speed. 1, COOPKK, u B f t IV of Company STATIONERY. NATIONAL BANK VATCHES. SILVERSMITHS. 1st Kentucky regiment, was killed Wo are Sol Aftnu for the Our Department of Our stock of STERMNO SILOK STANItmil, KY. VER TOILET WARE and Celebrated Patek, Phlltlpp & Stationery and Engravand Private Henry C. Brohme, of tho Co. watchas. Our stock In this WKDDINO SILVER ing Is thoroughly most complete In the West. A Company C, 1st Kentucky, was badly few exclusive patterns of Ster- Una Includes every grads and and complete Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus-- 115.750 ling Silver Spoons and Forks at make known to the trade, at wounded by a sentry at Newport News & In every respect. prices to suit everybody. S1.00 PER OUNCE. Saturday, as the members of tho Attention of the public It called to the fact that this Is the only .National llanl In .Stanford. Un SURGEON, Oflico over HIgglns ti McKlnnoy's Storo. regiment were about to take their Send for our Holiday Shopping List, containing many valuableonSuggestions, Mall der the prorialont ol ihe National Hank Act Selection. Solicits a. share of tho patrouago of tho comorders promptly attended to. Qoods sent to our Patrons lUpoiltor. aresrcurr.1 not only by the rapllal liock, departure for Louisville. It is said - :- 81 munity. but by the ttotk holders' llahlflty lor an amount Call on Jos. Wiliimns, Junbo, Ky., thoy refused to halt when ordered to cjualtn theitoek to that Limitkd.- - The first IValcr In (lonrral Slcrrhanilio an I 1'aiully OnicoovcrJlllggu.& McKlnnev's Wore. tion are secured by a Mail detxMliorsbfthlsIballtu. Thk ILvana ol ISUJ.Uoo. Klve sworn do so. tUtementsuflh ititnllllonot the Hank ars mail and kcI a ropy of Dr. J. II Sirica's Medical each year to the Cnllwl .States (OTerniueot at. It The transport Berlin, bearing the 1st American railway to announce train Almanac with Storm Calendar and Weather aaneU are examlne.1 at stated times by gurernnient fur I vji. free Kentucky regiment, dropped unchor at Bervlco for the especial benefit of travel attribution. The best almanac putlulinl for VI amenta, thua seturlac idJillonal and twrlect salet 79 OT. 10 tho West Indies has been heard loilrltor. Newport News at 1 o'clock Friday i This In.lliutlon orlf Inally etablUhet as the In. from. The Queen & Crescent Route poalt llank ol SlanfarJ In ISM, then reorganised u M. after a quick voyage from Porto Unciortalcor, : the National Hank ofstaniunl in iuii .n.i..i announcing a fast train known od Quatonvillo, - - - Kentucky riunranlMsl as the Hrl .National Hank of Stanford Rico, arriving 12 hours curlier than had arc Havlnir In iMI.hsa had practically anuulntrrmplMlczUI. Til V4 9 SjaMiaMsssisaasasMBaBSfcfr' been expected. Tho regiment sailed tho "Florida and Havana Limited." I'Al , 1M.Idl.prxvd of my Unitthe will on IU. V IIS. , I.UII, Utter . muirjaiiij Offers his serrlrbs .... at It will go into service from Cincinnati U'l Af ..ifMwii .,,- ln'.w. .I.n ii farm. ,i fc...-.- lmilt and CWy counties. to the pple CoiansandI.lioiln eni for foryears. It la bu.lm.i tiipplle.1 now wir ofVrt Ucllltlet for Porto Rico in August with 1,235 promptly and libin. vi It...t..nllt uii kin hlghenl Kull Ck erally than tnnacllnain Its long and honorable ver before to Tampa, Jacksonville, Miami, Mobile Station turnpike, acil tu the Pair WorkliMiIrr the rtaalwairson haud. . slock of following property, to wit; enlisted men and 40 officers. It returns Mulct, 2 iTO,M,,,.'. '".'H'UuaU, n.lutlarles,6rui of llruod Slsrvi, '1 I'llllo, li SearoM tieldliiK, I V. H. Carpenter, Mnaer. solicited. with 1,040 enlisted men and 42 officers. and New Orleans. This exponent family Horse. Coll, 0 .Milk Cows. '.' idea of getting llrood Sows, HSIioatx, I.Vi lluilieln O.il.,llelfen 3 DIHICTOSI the genuine American 0.ifcli adMany men have been sent homo in nay, ";"--be a complete Clock .'() or am MifHks I mldtr siul inielirn ; J.W.H.,teiauj,fcrt (Jun of great atitlqultr. Nnue llouw vance and some, poor fellows, were left into the field early will ami - . i .v.:?.- it.i : i, vcstlbuled service, with diners, obser- Hum rurmiure,.xc behind In Porto Rico, being too 111 to W. A. TrYbMe '1'kiim. AH ninn uinlerSI0ca.il (n hand, over ' Wo are In the trnde with Tails Hranchnnd W P Walton vestibules, electric uiai amouiu note raven wiiii mtix ihoihih crtiill fp''".Crab OrrhM make tho trip. Six men were 111 when vation cars, wide other good Coals. Alw Hay, Corn, O:0, i; D.KImore, Maufonls M. J. Miller, MUVernoa M, well enilorsed. negotWbln ami payable at tlio Naparaphernalia tion jl Hank of ShltisttifT, riour, Ac. We nlso handle Hrlck the Berlin reached Newport News and headlights, and all the llnitonlllo. orricaai. Will oiler at unit time ami place 3 small tracts and Sand. Hemember we tUo I'lirin of the modern railroad train. It is will bo sent to the hospital at Fort In exchange. Prompt delivery and J S. Hooker, Prealdentj J.J McltoWru Cathlt iif land consisting of SO, 40or AO acres. A S MrKlnney,A.UtantCaihler, bo marked n being first In chieflv to all. Twoeu Hiittoutllle A HraiironU attention to nil orders. Olllco and scales Monroe. pike. Aim '.) acre No, And Dealer in the field for tho now territory which is tllleIltHtontill Cemetery unimproseil Utnl adjoin-i- near L. A N. tleiMil. Telcghouo & 41. Terms matin Limwii oti PENt'K. . I'KimiN CDS.tZ Wo uIm) carry Sewing Machines A jury in tho circuli court of Kenton just coming under tho protection of day of sale. lor further liituriuatiou rail or I HAENESS, SADDLERY, &C. county in the caso against city of tho greatest Dag on earth. Train will tuu at SlorvNnd, Ky Parts and Attachments and do ull Mud of JAMIXS II. 1'Ul ITT CO repairing. STANFORD, KY. Covington, for failing to properly main- make fast tlrao to porta named and will lTHMO S.M.K OP T1IF to tain tho court-hous- e, returned a ver- connect with lino btearaer service Porto Rico and variouH ports in Cuba, Tfi'S GffilTEST SYSTEM. dict of guilty and fixed the fino at Tho caso began last January, Jamaica. It marks a new era in railwhen Tarvin imurlsoncd all the city roading in this country. OR TRADE. PENETHATES The iindomlfjned committee nKilntcd councllmen for several days for refusorder of the 1'lscnl court of I.lucolit ANSWKUKD. TWO POINTED QUESTIONS count, will on ing to obey his orders to have tho EIGHT GREAT STATES Splendid farm of2ltarrus in Soiilhi'snt Kana court-hou- se What is tho u?o of making a better renovated and improved, ctx. 1898 aoiiillosfniui tho Mlssixiri Hue Well 1'xnlc.l, Dee. thickly evttl.sl. Will sell Kentucky, Tennossce, Virginia. Georgia Xk farmlutt country and moved his court to Independence. article than your competitor if you can onoaiy tonus or trnde for farm in (Vulrul KenNorth and South Carolina, e OHer for jnlo nt the door In tucky. CaniHyl,Kl to S.l.'J"" dlllerence In a not got a better prico for it? Alabama, Mississippi Miller, who won tho bicycle race at Ans. As there ia no dilTerence in Stanford. Ky 4S Lincoln countv Ixinds, trade. (To) Aildrms Ilox Is, Stntifonl, Ky will buy only tho said Ixinds to bo Issued Iu three Aeries, in New i'oi'k and broke tho record, got tho price the public and horlo -- O " may wit: series "A, series ijBlgitstsoiisr.lciiviutOjujnig besides, a wife and $2,200 for covering better, so that whilo our profits will Series "A" oiohruclnir Ull'.OOU and consists bo binalleron a ninglo &ale, they of 12 londs of $!iW each and numbered to o 2,007 4 miles In six days. His Hetween Louisville niu' tho South be much greater in tho aggregate. 12 and lx bonds for tho .um of 11,000 to .Miss Hanson occurred Immed public to know mid numbered l.'l to 18, rcrli "II" each How can you get the em oin bracing SlS.OOii, consisting of IS IkjikIs for iately after finishing his ride. Thirty-tw- o your make is tho best.--' tho nun) of $1,000 each anil mimlxjrcd 10 to DAILY If both articles aro brought- pr men started in the race but only 12 Series Inently beforo the public, botli are cer- 'M and of JI.000"C" embruclng I5,OOU of Mild way between Louisville and Lexington Each each and numbered 31 to were riding at its close, Waller, the tain to bo tried and the public will tioiitld 4S next man, scoring 1,035, W. A. TUKIC, O. P. A.. very quickly pa9s judgment on them rTlii linfla n,nlipii..il tn udln .. , , ..1...1 Washington, I). O. Ijo ruueeinuble at tho pleasure of the Tho case of Elizabeth Hitchins, of and use only tho bettcrone. court W. II. TAYLOR, A. O. P. A This explains tho largo sale on In and after llvo years from tho ditto of Glens Falls, N. Y., who was iudicted Chamberlaln'rt Cough Remedy. Tho their lsuul and shall bo due and put nolo Louisville. KK by tho Lexington grand jury, charged people hayo been using It for years and 10 years from bald date. Series "IT" shall bo redeemable at tho pleasure of the court with robbing pool seller Frank Ilerdic have found that It can always bo de- In and after 10 years from tho dale of their occasionally of 31,540 during tho October trotting pended upon. Thoy may Usual and duo and payablo 15 tako up with some fashionable novelty said date. Series "O" slmll bo years from redeemable y meeting, was continued until the Frank J. Ueed, Pei. Pass. Agt., Uest line to and from put forth with exaggerated claims, but at tho pleasure of the court after 13 years E. II. Paion, Dh. Pass. Agt. term, when a trial as spicy as aro certain to return to the ono remedy from tho date of their Issttal and duo and W.1I. ycDoel, Gon. Mgr. 20 years from the said date. The tho celebrated Moore caso In Now that they know to be reliable, anu rorg Charles II. R Jckwell Traffic Mgr, onds coughs, colds and croup thero is notn-lo- rate orto be wold will bear Interest at tho York is expected. )or cent per annum, payable All points In Michigan, equal to Chamberlain's Cough on Jan. 1st, and salo by Craig Hocker, cacn year, mo bonus win bear July 1st, of Get C. Hutler Englemao, Paint Lick, Remedy. For date Jan. 1st, 1809. Any redemption of said bonds before sent the following with a 85 William Druggists. 60 YEARS' their maturity shall bo made serially and If you have an ailment which you canyesterday: "This Is the first money I "WliltoOity Special. EXPERIENCE The police forco of Sholbyvlllo la according to the series and serial number Best Termiual Station, have had since MoKinloy's prosperity composed of veritable giants, tho aver-ag- o of the bonds beginning with bood No. 1 se- not diagnose. ries "A." Said bonds auJ coupons will bo Then got the prescription filled here, has been In the land and I don't expect of the four otllcera bolng 220 payable at tho Lincoln County National ZiOXTZS to have any more until wo get free pounds, tho lightest woighlng 100. IJanU of Stanford, Ky bonds to bo rnd...ni- - because we use tho cd on Jun., and July and silver. I oncloso you tho same, and as The sheriff of Shelby county reacaea upon 30 days previous 1st, of each yearcounAvoiding the Tunnel. notice given by PUREST DitUOS it will reach you In time for you to get nearly seven feet in height and weighs ty Judge to Lincoln Countv Nutioinil itunir of said courtV Intention to redeem auy of Tradc Marks a Christmas drink, I hope that you will only a few pounds leas than dOO. Obtainable and are absolutely correct In as tho provided, said Design engineer weighs full 250 shallbonds tohereinInterest after bald bonds fire COPYRIQMTm Ac pardon mo for not remitting sooner. ceaso hour ditto. our weights and measures. Wagner Sleeping Cars. Anyone sending a sketch and description may pounds, whilo her postmaster tips tho Sulo of said bonds will be for cash to tho raieklr ascertain our opinion froo whether aa Hoping that you and the iNTKitloit highest and best bidder and will bo ofTered beam at about 200. bio will live and orosper for all If your sickncbs can bo treated through chlof of police, O. J. New-lan- In lots from 81,000 with iirlvlleini of g.vnnn tlme t0 come' 1 am respectfully yours." CStsnford'a only 115, but ho la the until all bonds hayo been bold, tho commit- any of the Proprietary Medicines they "fififfi ukfn1 weighs tee resorvlngtho privilege of offering tho Buffet Parlor Cars. Wngnor Sleoplng tftctal notke, nithoat charge, in th onco and accepting the (Jura Private. Compartment Cars, Ko. WEAK EYES A,,B MAUE 8TU0Jf0gamest roan for his inches in Kentucky. entire nuuilier nt most money. 11 can bo found here , bid realizing tho Said londs egant Coachas and Dining Cars. clear. btye removed and VIVHUIIV JllHvl IVflll , I!ir vbon made or uro bold unconditional and nbstructs desirA feandsoraely lllostratad wMkly. TUB EAni.K, KINO Of Xl.U EIlUSS, 13o euro your tickets must read via BIG FOUR, calatlon ct anr arinntirtn tinm.i ImtMt si nma etr. gi unuiuteu lias sore oyes of any kindM Ta nntfld for IU keen sight, clear and dis- - ed iiuucsjbo paid for by parties asking sorao. Wo nlwaya havo a coruploto stock. ""?.at"e"AV,y?.uroUbteuse uuraiuuiurvs mis Doc. QUI. Ie.08, f llnni)iimi. Y..!.?riPonthsfL fioiabyall newsdealers. n .- put up :rn"ryiafon. so aro those persons who uso oa've. '.X.. O. II. COOl'EH, I unn & Co.3S,B'y. New Yorfc fale ntT.eUnvrnrn,;nKr"e,':Uaranie0- Halve far weak eye. H. HELM. Tkt' Act' Sutherland's EaKleEye TraffimioiNGNATia8o jVaael Office, mVBU Waahlliton. D. C. gtyes, sore eyes or any Kinu or gruuuiaieu J. I. BAILEV, 25 cent. lids. Bold at Penny's at Committee. Private Henry Reffett, HAItVKVIIKLM. Committee. FIRST 1 DR. R. m. PHGLPS. Kentucky. Dentist, Stanford, Ky. homeopathio:physioian nn ford, , Sledl-cin- JCJVlcClAY yfiaSej lore-ca.- it T. SXJTTOPf, FtXBJCIC - SaXE. 1 1 ijgarCii 1 1 "''.i I NOTICE. C UNDERTAKER! Pro-duc- ts Itnprote-iiientHo- n Southern Railway ?.",-00- 0. Lincoln Go. Bonds FARM FOR "SALE TAKE THE Wednesday, court-hou- Through Sleeping Cars TRAINS mar-riag- 1 Tlie Popular Route to - THREE CHICAGO. Vc--Pres.- & "Big Four Route," Feb-raar- Toledo and Detroit. C2XCAGO. the Doctor's Opinion Ijmjja 'rlnl ST. 4 bnol-byville- 's BOSTON. KMcM Xtfettfif i tnST'co.'Vc MHIrtisi d, NIW TrOBrK. I - t.- -- ' Penny s Drug Store. '" ' ??: fKfUii,iwi Lf 1 "tinm'JijJa s)iMr"i' M- - r. V H?iasaWMi 1 t Wri V'W 'miutttOA Sfaii