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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898121601 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. ' 's ' SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVII. UNCASfER, MIDDLEQURG. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 101898. NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, NO. 82 It rcK)rtcd that W. II. Anduron, a prominent farmer nour Voucher vllle, died Hits (Thursday) morning. Mies Jentilo May Arnold, tlm of Gardaughter of II. C. Wednesday to Lewis rard, wa married Irs 1 Ai-nol- DcvvUon, of Madison. Judge Burnsldo will not hold tho rogular passion of the county court on Monday JJth, It being considered a holiday, olneo Christmas comeson Sunday ilSth. Tho Haptlat church of Lancaitor, lius called Hew J. C. Maeo, of Harlow, Fla., K llll tho vacancy caused In tho pulpit by tho resignation of Hew T. II. Campbell. County Clerk Duncan Imic1 riage licenses to K. L. IVowItt, of marMud-it,on, and Miss Anulo I'rathor, of tliln county, and George Garner and Mhs Mollle WSUoii. Deputy ShorllT Alex Walker was married at McCreary on Wednonday night to Mii Cilrrio Har den. The county court selected J. N. Denny und Price; and tho Ltineasuir and Stanford turnpike road, through Capt. T. A. Klkln. soleotud T. H. in commldsoners to put a valuu on tho .'H miles of that road In this county. It U said that thoy will recommend tho payment of Sl,.'t00, which will likely bu accepted and condom-natio- n proceedings will be avoided. Circuit court adjourned on Wednesday, after much buslnus of 'oeal Internet wan dUpocd of. Two Negroes wcru suut to the penitentiary, one for entering a house and stealing t'M. Tho Indictment ugalmn Tol Gill for stolen property, was lilinl away. The Jurlos wore paid SblM. The grand jury returned 22 Indictments, two for purjury aud molt of tho others for mWdomcanors. Hv. II C. Morrbon, a brilliant minHob-InKi- n, con-ceaM- The way hogs have been dying tho pint few woolen is a caution. John Wheat has stayed JO. i'h writer U n school boy once more. Wo Intend to forget war, 'camp life," otc, for awhile at Ivast. The school at this place Is progressing finely. The teachers are women and well understand their business. There are about 100 in attendance. The students of J. W. I. will render some "Christmas KxorcUes" at tho ol'ugo Friday evening, 2.1rd. A supper will be given sonic tlmo during Christmas week In tho luteroht of tho Christian church. Due notice In my next. Theo Wesley, the popular druggist, will leave this place and set up at Brarifnrdsvlllc about the 2rtth. G. S. Durham will handle some drugs. Tho P. O. has already Ixjori transferred to tho latter. Dr. J. T. Weslev U now P. Al., but Air. Durham will attend to W. Bingham has been appointed postmaster at Plnevlllo. S. F. Harbor, a Madison county farmer, aged 74. died Wednesday. , Tho jury In tho Gooden murder case at B.irbourvllle, failed to agree. Clayton Loach, a prominent citizen AL Thomas F. Johnson and Miss Narcis-si- c Roynolds, both of tho Klngsvlllo section, were married this week. Warren Williams, of Elllsville, Tenn., has eucd for divorce because his wlfo "fusses" at him so much he can't sleep. ubsiantial Presents Are The Kind TO MAKE. V R ister, began n protracted meeting at tho Methodist church ubojt 10 days nuo, butowlng to a want of Interest, the meeting was dbcontlnued on Monday night. I have It, on good authority, that he said that members of sal In his audience and, from pure stubbornness, refused to cotne to the altar, and tlm', thoy are as good for h I as 6 cents Is for a ginger cake; that many had said that they were glad ho came hero, but that they were liars. Itlsalrt) stated that ho suld that the Savior did not shed awning blood enough to Kivo Lancaster. have always said, and I say yet, that the Methodists have more zeal and warmth in their religion than the members of some other denominations, and I do not censure them, as a body, for these expressions, but coming from the source thoy do, ihey are certainly In bad taste. If the doctrine of as he sees it, will do any good, bo preached from every pulpit, let It but I foar that such expressions will have a tendency to cool tho ardor of the advocates of that doctrine. olbo-church- es 1 sanctl-tjcatlo- n, RELIGIOUS MATTERS men have given W5.000 with which to cancel u mortgage on tho I'rcsbytorlan summer school at Winona Lake, Ind. ilev. George S. Savage, for many years American Hlblo Society Superintendent, will fill tho new chair of Sysn tematic Utble Study at Kentucky Wos-lcya- The Methodist meeting at Glasgow closed with 21 additions. Tho library of Gottlngon haH a Hlblo written on palm leaves. There are 6,3":J pages each made of a single leaf. In Christian county. 62 colored converts were baptized by Hov. M. Jenkins. Ico four Inches thick had to bo out from the pond. John M. Studobakor and two other College Louisville has the largest Sunday School In the State. It Is at tho 22d and Walnut Street Haptlst church, uud has 35 classes and an average of 415 pupils In attendance. Vandals got in their work at tho Drake's Creek church, near Bowling Green. Thoy tore up tho Bible, burned the draperies and otherwise damaged tho church property. Tho church at Waynosburg has called Hov. Ira Partln for another year. unanimously elected Sunday School superintendent for tho 17th time. A commlttco from tho Nlcholasvlllo Mr. K. H. Caldwell, Jr., wai Kfct V IvY THAT THItUIIIIINO HK).CIII1 In the case of Johu Hundley against Would iiulclcly lore you, If 7011 uM lr. King' . .1 Now I.lfc l'llb. Thousands of ullerere bare proved the Louisville & Nashville, tho court .. . .1 1 I Chamberlain's uouc, unoiuru uuu their matchlcM merit lor Sick nml Nmoiu Head-ncli- of appeals holds, on tho question of Diarrhoea Remedy can always bo de- They male pure blood an J utrong lien 03 blacklisting employes, that "whoever pended upon and is pleasant anu saio and build up your health. V.my to take. Try wrongfully prevents a man from pur to take. Sold by Craig & Hocker, them. Only 33 cent Money back If not cured, suing bis occupation, lntllcts an action bold ly renuy's Drug Store. ablo injury." Druggists. k -, gone to Presbyterian church 111., to.recelvo a legacy Hlooralngton, of 130,000, left for n public library by Mrs. Sarah Withers, of Bloomlngton. Tho library will bo under the supervision of tho Presbyterian church. An effort, headed by Mrs. Frances E. Bcauchamp, president of tho W. C. T. U., Is being made In Loxlnpton to have the city council publish u list of all persons lined for drunkenness and have It posted In saloons eo that the keopers will bo liable to a lino of $50, If thoy soil toconllrmcd drunkards. has holidays. judge at Barbourville. Newton Underwood fell down a While asleep at her home in "Willllght of stop., a distance of 25 feet, at liamsburg, L. I., Airs. Jas. W. Connor, Nicholasville, aud was killed. a brido of two mouthy, had her ear badFire gutted tho handsome State Hank ly bitten by a rat. and Trust Company building at RichAlbert Allen, of Christian county, mond, recently bulk at a cost of $25,000. who had just married, returned home Kdinore Ruth, a member of the 2d with his brido to find the place ho had Kentucky from Ilarrodsburg, ulod at prepared for her and Its entire contents Dr. K. Al. Wiley's, his uncle, at Lex- In ashes. ington of typhoid fever. Rev. W. S. Grlnstead has gono to William amciieii. 01 uormn. was Winchester to pronounce the ceremony tried at Barbourville for shootine und that will unite In marriage his niece, wounded Elijah Curr and given one Allss Ida Wood, and Mr. J. Attcrsall. year in the penitentiary. Paris News. It, S. U. Day, who w.is shot by Henry Airs. Hudnull, tho young wife of J. Farmers aro done galhorlngcorn and d oun now enjoy tho holidays. The crop Smith in Harlan county on election day, T. Hudnull, ol Warren county, Miicido Sunday afternoon by of 'PS is tho best known in years. Is dead of his injuries. Smith has been Wheat outlook for !MMvwas never moro rearrested and tho charge of murder jumping head first Into a well. She had been showing signs of Insanity. llattorlng. Some & or 20 hogsheads of entered against him. The annual meeting of tho Kentucky .John Howard, of Fleming, Ind., told tobacco have been shipped to Louisville .saying, "You'll lately by Casey fanners, averaging Kducational association will be held In his wife good-bLouisville on Dec. 27, 2S and 2u. Prof. never see me again." Thinking be was from e8 to 810. There Is a literary soeloty, which W. C. Grlnstcad, of the Danvlllo High in earnest the woman took an overdose of morphine and died from the effects. meets every Friday night here. The School, Is down for a paper. William Hanlon, of Bellevue, The recently olectcd JuJge Kversole O., subject for debaio Is, Ilesolved: It is is a brother of the leader of the Ever couldn't stand the thought of his sweetHotter to Have Loved and Lost Than lo feud, in heart marrying another fellow and shot to Have Never Loved at All. Alllrma-ilv- soles In tho which 37 men have lo- -t their lives. himself in the stomach. A few seconds MIbs Florence Christopher; negative, Allss Cora Gooch. Society jokes, and which the btate has spent over later he was at a doctor's olllco begging him to save his life. Clarence Coloman, buIdes many other $200,000 to put down. KdltorAIIlo Shanks, of the RichMine. Schumann-Helnthe famous pieces. Interesting The llve-- y ear-ol- d child of John Sta-to- n mond Pantugraph, has fallen into a contralto singer, gave birth to her was interred In the Allddleburg good berth in tho Government Print- eighth child, a son, last .Monday night, Cemetery Tuesday. It Is not known ing Ofllce. Tho position came through but &hc doesn't Intend to let so small a what caunud Its death, It having been the civil service, something that rarely matter keep her off tho stage, and will resume her pluco In a few days. found In bed, stiff and cold In death. It happens those days.Courler-Journ- al Airs. George Tanner, wife of tho Is a singular fact, yut true, that the dispatch. Rev. K. O. Guerrant, tho distinguish- hotel keeper who recently killed himthree last interments that have taken place at the cemetery, were small chil- ed Presbyterian divine, is to lecture self at Cairo, 111., ended her own life dren, all three having been found dead at ilarrodsburg for the benefit of tho with a dole of poison. In a letter she Confederate monument, ou "Morgan's says she could not live without her In bed. In which ho appears in husband. In 1802, Airs. Tanner, whose Casoyltcs have the single-ire- o fever Last Raid," the suit he wore on that memorable maiden name was Kittle Alay Sams, aud li doesn't seem to ebb In the least. shot and killed Capt. Ransom Sampson, Mr. Hlakeman, of Smith's Grove, Ky., occasion. Daniel Tudor, of White Hall, missed u river man, in tho Planters' House, the Inventor and patentee, has been In Casey for two months and has sold a turkey hen soveral weeks ago and Cairo, 111. She put two bullets Into about 60 counties to Casey citbens, one had given her up as lost or stolen, but his bride of nut a few weeks and then man has 2.1 counties and he could make found her ono morning last week with attempted suicide with the same pisbig money by selling his territory, a brood of 11 young turkeys. Tho lit- tol. She and the bride who came from much less maku personal canvass of tle fellows, notwithstanding the sevcro Illckmau, recovered. cold weather, are all living and growAir. Johu W. Drye, the clover old the territory. ing rapidly. Richmond Climax. bachelor of the West End, has at last Your correspondent, who resembles In the Mud ton circuit court, George surrendered to tho wiles of Cupid. Tho a telephone polo much moroihanaratn Story, a member of tho notorious Story-Gi- Ilarrodsburg Sayings tolls of his apbarrel, has at last been eclipsed and gang, which has been operating in proaching marriage to Aliss Anna made a mldirct by the side of Col. A. A. Madison and Garrard counties, on a Withcrspoon, ono of Alcrcor's most Powell, advertising agent for Church charge of g, was given amiable and accomplished young ladies & Co. The colonel was In town one two ears hi the penitentiary. Abner j day last week and ho surely was the .McQueen was also given two years for aud the daughter of Mr. and Airs. Jas F, Withcrspoon, which will occur at cause of much comment. He stands 7 attempting to shoot Louis Neal. Ilarrodsburg, Dec. 20. Tho paper says: feet, Inches in his sock feet and ML VERNON, Air. Drye owns a fine farm near weighs only 275 pounds. Ho Is much una Is one of Lincoln county's slenderer than myself. T. G. AIcKlmoro was fined $10 and most substantial agriculturists. And It Fred Gclatt and wife have moved to jailed for beatinc his wife. might havo added, if it know the genthe residence on Race street recently Sam Davis is getting out tho "Davis vacated by Dr. I. S. Wesley. .Mr. G. Enterprise," a paper lor Christmas ad- tleman as well as we do, that he is as and accommodating as he is sol Is a young business man, being Intervertising. Air. Davis runs a saddlery clever id and substantial. Our best wishes ested in tho timber business. Ho came and also a confectionery and will soon are exienucu to nun anu ms prospec here from Indianapolis. Air. G. sur- butld on his lot near the railroad. tively. rendered a $100 per month job to go to Kdltor Alaret went to London Wedwar to tight Spain. Ho was a private nesday to arrange for tho telephone HUBBLE. In the 27th Indiana battery of light lino at that enterprising town. Quite a Hog killing and ice gathorlngoccupy artillery and wont to Porto Rico. Mr. numbsr will bo placed In houses at Livthe farmers for the last fow days. Lou Holmes, formerly a merchant of ingston, while in this rushing city we Tho turkoy slaughtering pens havo this place, but now connected with a have but one. closed business for this season, and Louisville Stove Co., was In town last Marshal Short took a number of week on business. Fred Durham will moonshiners to Covington last week. many of tho birds are not yet sold ou attend State College. John Tucker, a Smith Ping forfeited his bond by ar- account of tho decline In price. J. A. telegraph operator of Dallas, Texas, riving there too lato for tlmo set for Hammonds at this place will conttnuo visited ft lends at this place the first of his trial aud will havo to remain in jail to buy them at good prices, if you will call on him. tho week. Miss Florence Wesley has. until the Aluy term of court. Gcorgo Wood has gone to Birmingfrom a visit to her brother, returned We sympathize with our soldiers In Dr. I. S. Wesley, at Lancaster. Alits their airy tents during this freezing ham to buy some cattle. Dr. Herring May Daugherty, of Casey's Creek, is weather. Tom McCluro has returned presented Dank Ball with a fine boy visiting Allss Delia Godboy. .Misses to Anuistou after furlough. W. R. this week. Dr. L. B. Cook was called Florence Christopher and Cora Gooch Dllllon, of Livingston, Is visiting his to see Airs. Fannie Ball a few days ago. will spend Christmas week at their re- son, Lieut. Lewis Dilllon, ot tho 4th Suo has been suffering with rheumaspective homes, Buena Vista and Som- Kentucky, in Alabama. Hugh Miller tism and heart trouble for some time. erset. Mrs. Mallssa AIcAnlneh, who aud wife, accompanied by AIlss Alae Dr. Herring reports Airs. Jas. Pollard recently fell and broke her arm, Is Miller, went to Louisville this week. Impruvlng after an attack of fever. Ed slowly recovering. Tho populace of Tom Millar is hero from Lancaster. Dr. Miller is down from Alt. Vernon for a Allddleburg extend congratulations and Pennington attondod the medical meet- few days on his farm here. AIlss Annie best wishes to Rev. Capt. Grcou, of ing at Brodhead. Master John Baker AicKlnney's school will closo ,hero Georgetown, who married Miss Suo won tho medal contest at the collego today, and all arc pleased with her II. Coleman, of Burgln, last Wednesday. last Wedcosday night. Dont't forget toachlng. and B. Cox has moved to all will miss him In this Lancaster, Cotton Cowherd, who has been visiting the contest Friday night by Air. Josh community, as he Is a splendid citizen. Leo. Colllnsworth, returned to his Borelng's pupils. W. II. Blaud will soon have his housoon bis farm home in Danvlllo Saturday. Leo. C. The protracted meeting at the Bap- completed to It Jan. 1. ou Dtx river and T. C. Rankin accompanied him. Air. K. S. Wells and tist church conducted by Rev. J. B. will movo found his little black shepherd dead wlfo have moved to Southern Missouri. Crouch, of Stanford, goes on with una- Wednesday morning, frozed as hard as Air. Wells Is an soldier, a bated interest and we doubt not that a poker. Some accuso Rankin of foul prominent worker and member of tho much good will be done for tho Lord by play, but this is tho story rjo told his wife. Al. K. church, a good citizen and will this zealous people. We are pleased to bo greatly missed. Airs. Sarah B. Alencfee died Tuesday see two of our county officers, County o Clakknce Coleman. Attorney Colyer and Jailer Grlflin, in Louisville of pneumonia. Airs. was S3 years of an active part in the meeting. was the widow of ago last April. She taking Richard Alonefee, A noted madstouc, owned by a man When tho political leaders of a county tho KontucKy orator, whoso at Leesburg, Va., 6old at auction for aro christians and show It by their earlyfamous ended a career of roinark-abl- o death $450. It has belonged in the Fred famachievement lit a tlmo when nothlives, there Is some hope for society, ily for 131 years. Tho stone is about ing seomed boyond his reach. however, depraved It may havo been in I of an Inch long, I of an inch wide, and the past. The Kentucky monumont at Chlcka-maug- a Park has been completed, but of an Inch thick, and it is said has "Think truly, und your thoughts i Gov. Bradley has decided that tho dedinovor failed to effect a cure in its en Shall tho world's famine feed, catory exorcises will not bo held before Live truly and your life shall be tire history. spring. and noble creed." A great com-milte- of Adair, died Monday of pneumonia. Those who claim to know say that a Judge II. C. Kversole received his Stanford young man and a pretty widcommission and was sworn in ns circuit ow of Klngsvlllo will wed during the MARK HARDN'S Is The Place to Buy Them. GLOBE'S WARES For "Wear. H M. r"i j F Men's Wants Satisfied. Boys' Needs Filled. 3 Children's Apparel Appropriate. ye Q HH to hi r-- H Ml II i PHI . iiouung J im Up-to-da- te. ngilC Ml will Fronch-Kverso- rase r Q o, You and Make us Friends. k, Suits & Overcoats That are Handsome Xmas Gifts. NOBBY NECKWEAR. NEAT SHIRTS. u STYLISH HATS. CQ m r- -t Also d Good Shoes And Warm Underwear. O Handsome Muillcrs, isiglit Shirts, Bath Robes, Canes, Umbrellas, JMcIntoshes. I ll a c3 And Cleaned and Pressed. Suits, Made To Order Satisfaction Guar- W Ul hoiisc-brcaklu- anteed. The Globe, J. L. Frohman '& Co., Telephone No. 13 6. Vol 1 Hus-tonvll- lo DANVILLE, KY. m With 11 very largo and solect stock and Wo can please you In Shoes, for Womon, Children and Men. We stand at tho top for Quality, Stylo, Fit, &c. You can buy from us Shoes that aro solid as low priced ns anywhere I lUJj GOOD SHOES VERY CHEAP. Then wo keep tho highest grades, In fact, tho placo to get your Shoes. Oar Gents Furnishing Department Is full of good things In UNDERWEAR I Newest things In colored Shirts, Dress Shirts, Xeckwoar Gloves, Hosiery. man. Trunks and ValNes. Hats and Everything to make a well-dressed 3C A LOW ELL & r' LANIER, KY, The Leading Shoe ami Furnishing House, DANVILLE 11 rp TiTiT B ... W '' ''' J SiO '.'....-'....I- . I - i 1 &' I Christmas PRESENTS. M Giving presents Christmas is a custom centuries old and every poor and rich, liberal and btingy, feelsat this time an inclination to give. We should give articles usuftil, things that can ho an advantage as well as a pleasure to the receiver. That being tbe cas2 why not glvo !l :. fl Good Overcoat or fl Suit of DIOttlBS. Ono of those beautiful 4 Alen-efc- 1 I Moquette Rugs, 1:1 A ntlOUTKULULUNUKK. Will often cauvs a horrible Ilurn, Scnld, Cut o DruUo. lluckleu's Arnica Salve, tho best In tho world, will kill the pain and promptly heal It. Cures Old Sores, Korer Sores. UlVflri, Dolls, felons' Corns, all Skin Kruptlons. l)et Tile cure ou eirth. QaI.1 i. Onlv 2 eti. s. tnr. f?nr, imar1iiiti.t IVuny' Drug More. I (y A swell Neck Tie, or one of thoso new st Ie .Mulllers, a pair of good Shoes, a Warm pair of Gloves, a Silk Handkerchief or a nice Silk Urubre.la. All of theso things we have in abundance. Call and se- leet H. J. McROBERTS. la9SX..'Sl i v ;tt jf i- " '"U V f k ii if fc? y. L " Forty moonshiners, seven of them womon, wore convicted by tho federal whom wo heard so eloquently speed the Dozens of merchants wero Indicted at court at Covington. Louisville Legion on its parting, at Louisvlllo for selling adulterated butIn reversing a judgment against tho Lexington, should welcome its return. Stanford, K.Y., Dec. i6, 1S98 His was tho bouquet of the numerous ter. uevu ruiouu iur mu Louisvlllo Tobacco Wnrohouso CompaAOOUl cju,uuu lias speeches at the auditorium In Louls-vill- o LaFayctto monument to bo crocted in ny, tho court of appeals knocks out what aro known ns private, corporation I Tuesday nlcht and whllo his as Paris in 1000. W. P. WALTON. :ABSMJ:TLYteuRE to see Dewey sshovelors wero indictments pending in tho court below sertion that ho would like Savon Italian snow president, Wheeler or Leo vice presi- killed on tho Now York Central rail against nearly 100 private corporations food more delicious nnd wholesome Makes for falling to report to tho auditor. Tho dent, and 'Castleman succeed his dear road, near Buffalo. OYl (UINO KJwWH CO., Htw vo. friend Bradlny up yonder at that little One man was killed nnd another ser- court holds that tho failure to report was not willful. under tho hill I" iously injured by tho falling of a church Bob Brewer, the notorious half breed Politics continues to cut a figuro 'n smacked somewhat of politics, his ex- arch in Augusta, Ga. tho army management, which has been uberance was In keeping with tho glad oldest trapper in outlaw who k'llod four men atJossup, Jus. Traviers, the a scandal and a shnme ever since tho occasion and nobody but a dyspeptic Southern Kontueky. froze to death on Ga., on Christmas, I8S0, nnd precipitated a riot that cost 12 prisoners tliolr first volunteers were mustered in, will cavil. Castleman is a good man Green river whllo settiog traps. By tho explosion of 9 shell at Cron- - lives, wasoaptured at Johnston Station, There is no sort of sense in keeping and would make a good governor, nnd nny of the volunteers in tho scrvico many of his friends besides Mr. Wat- stadt, nlno soldiers wero killed and Ga , aftur a desperate battle. Drawer now, and they would bo mustered out, terson would bo glad to see him so hon three olllcers and seven soldiers wound- fall with 41 buckshot In his body, but is alive, aud efforts will bo made to except to keep favorites in fat positions ored. Tho other speakers wero Mayor ed. at tho expense of tho poor fellows who Weaver, Gen. Simon Bolivar Buckner, AtZancsvllle, Ohio, a young socioty keep him for trial. The grand cliuinx at hand nnd this groat Mle will end tlli month. Such get but Sl.n a month. This was strik- Bishop Dudley, Augustus E. Wlllson lady had tho hair burned oft her head VABEGlfdES. which caught on J I AS ingly demonstrated the other day. In and E. J. McDcrmott and all, especial- by a celluloid comb D. AThitc, who then ly Buckner and Dudley, arose abovo flro. October last John Tho Cuban commission says it will ! Snowstorms nrc delaying railroad had a show to bo elected congressman, expectations. Tho parade was tho larvy cjoeaasci trallic in tho Northwest. Tho mercury take 50,000 soldiers to garrison Cuba. jua wrote to tho war department that four-- li gest ever seon in tho city and tho banA returned nur.--e says that our dropped to 21 degrees below zero at ft lis of tho 4th regiment, that Col. quet by the Ladies' Auxiliary a sumpWest Superior, Wis. at Manila aro dying by tho scons Colson commands, desired to quit tho tuous one. All tho exercises attending We are h mud to do it in ordr ti r luco our Mock by llai never bet'ii done baf U. S. Judge Showalter, who died at for tho want of proper nourishment. service as tho war was over. The de tho wclcomo were royally conceived Chicago, was a native of Scott county, Jan 1st, and we havo decided that killing pries will d tho vurK. Thu i Breckinridge has re Ltout. partment held up the request till it saw aud faithfully carried out. Tho papers Ky and his remains wero brought ceived an honorable diechargo from the Store's uront Dissolution Snlo will be long rotueiu'jurvd by our omtowcrs ami friundi" how the cat would jump. It did not bavo blown and bloviated longand long United States volunteer army, and will These prices will bring people fur iiiilu around. there for interraeut. jump toward Mr. White and Monday over the occasion and now let us have Charles II. Dickinson, surveyor gen- roturn to tho Loxlngtou Herald. ho got a letter from tho authorities peace. There can be even too much of Sixty-fivmembers of Company L, eral of the State of Louisiana, was acsaying thatho matter had been refer- a good thing. cidentally shot and killed whilo hunt-lu- 4th Kentucky regiment, aro to bo l-2- c. red to the colonol of tho 4th Kentucky, d for signing a petition in Ibervlllo Parish. The pcaco jubilee is on at Atlanta, who said tho soldiers were "well fed A lire which started In Watson & asking for Lieut. Mllward's resignation. Lonsdale Grocn Tickut. Fruit of tin Loom mid MamhivIi v Cotton only Oo. Good and clothed, and only a few wished to, which progressive city, Is putting on For tho release of Spanish prisoners Calicoes at 3 to'tje Khnnellrtte, 10c quality reduced to 7Jc. All wed Flannel, Co's., whisky house at Maysvllle, burnbe mustered out." As Colson is a mem- Its best airs. President McKlnley is 3G0 barrels of whisky and did other hold by them, tho Filipinos demand of Ic Men's Grey F.tra Heavy ber of Congress aud his vote is needed there preaching that sectional lines ed Spain the 20,000,000 she is to receive feelings are obliterated, damage to the amount of WO.OOO. tu carry out further raids on the treas- and sectional county, Ark James from Uncle Sam as ,ivivmuni for thu ury for the army and navy bills and while In practlco ho does everything to In Cleburno keep both fresh and fuming, for didn't Ramcr and son, Taylor, shot and killed Philippine Islands. other appropriations, Mr. Whito very Tho :id, 4th, 1:2th, 17th and J0th rogl-I- n nnd his son, George, naturally thinks that no further atten he appoint a Negro internal revenue Samuel Williams ments of tegular Infantry have been Men's Hunvy Itilihed rndvrwtMir, I.V a desnerato duel at closo range. Suit. Men's Ono I Canton Flannel Drawer tion will be paid to tho appeals of the collector there ? Lord, how this world Last Thursday 2(1 years ago, tho j detailed for service in tho Philippines, only 22c. Ladies' Long Sleeve Kibbod VwH I Ic FruHinMnr, worth ific at what a liar your tyK men, without whom Colson could not i s Saving 1A. Ohio river was frozeu over so hard at relieving as many regiments of vol- - Fascinators worth AOc. at 2 parade in regimentals and draw two Uncle Billy McKlnley Is. h FWinntora worth 7 V nt i.V. Lad ion' Heavy Union cro-se- d . untcers. Dovnr that wairons nnd sleds Suit cut to .TSc Mis-eHeavy I'nion Suits rut to L"I, While or y salaries, neither of which ho earns. IHnn By writing the letter ho did to W. on the Ice, says an old inhabitant. Commissary Gen. Eagan says that kotsctit j The price on all In Lee county, Va.,ut the over Kon- - soldiers should have bar as a part of A rbpculican Congress permits K. Thompson, when ho was appointed election commissioner under tho tucky lino, Pleas Goln, a mountain their dally rations. In tho lnterosts of pnniTPAfiiiiniin tn rlrnur tu.M en Inn. tough, shot and killed nunt Kcsterson tho men ho said ho would bo willing to ies,ono for that ofllco and the other'' Goobel law, South Trimble, of army olllcers. but tho democratic fort showa that be hu9 l0 lilt, b0nse and Injured Fred Berk, perhaps fatally. incur tho hostility qf the blue ribbon Is cut half n two. Im Uor and ehwijwr than The Mammoth Clothing House, Lou- -' societies. court of appeals of Kentucky is not so to represent that constituency again ovr. l.diW Ctatotn matl a Gen. Ludlow has boon nppolnlcd shufs t 88 aniHLSS. llleV good calf or grin slm go profligate with tho pconle's monev. It und ne wlH Ukeli catch it in tho nook. isville, has perfected arrangements, how nt k kHI has decided that Secretarv of State The letter said In effect thatThompson for a settlement with l'.s creditors at military govornor of the city of Hav-5- 0 loots go nnw in l.ttt o i'k H iIiIm r . Sk-- . Men's ArrlUs OverKtM at ttc I toy f, worth $I.'.V. cents on the dollar, one third cash., ana, succeeding Gon. Greene, who is Charles Finloy is not entitled to tho should not accept the otllce, since much Clement Read, of Washington coun-- j to bo retired. Gon. Leo will bo in con-textra salary of S1.000 he has been draw- dirty work would havo to be done. Ind., a brakeman on tho B. & 0. trol of the province of Havana, and ing for the management of the corpora-lio- n HOW has tho mighty fallen ! The railroad, was givou $15,000 damagos, Gen. Brooke will be miliary governor department and that ho must Louisville Critic, which was thought against the road for his losing a leg in j of thu island, "cough up" what he has already cheap at $o,000 when D. E. O'Sulllvan's a wreck. ! Tho battleship Tuxa.-- , armored oruli- drawn. This may bo tough on Flnley, caustic pen wrote its editorials, was As tho result of au explosion In n ur Brooklyn nnd the gunboats Canine : if but it seems to be right. Otherwise sold this week to John W. Vreoland coal mlnoin Indian Territory, uve were unj R0s0luto havo been ordered to join what is the use of paying an olllcer a $100 and was high at that. Printer ink cannot do iih jtinllre hi killed and 211 others entombud. There tnu armorod cruiser New York at Huv- salary and then paying him extra for for I tolling you tf the good rnitm w really o , kO Itttln ,S' v. iMWPIllnrr till, in tlrisOll- - ana. Thu order sending them theic IliblU Itniw. nt a.w..rv all he does? POLITICAL POINTS. have ( oitte And ' jlllwfniv ti cd miners. VUI('bVU JJ WiU HUM tuu t ltii l? nmtmnliwl tti ftlii ilrra UUtlU tlt Two newspapers in one town are as ,...--inryii. 9 n n - nt tiN.iald Ant last few days. W nil iiii'i in ii.iiuuiiu Gideon tf Mr. Bailey is going to seo that Bank, of liable to disagree as two wives in one Thu whirligig of time goes fearfully Colson and the other army of tho Keystone National house, but Mt. Sterling presents an Wheeler, Philadelphia, was sentenced to pay a fast these days and sometimes bring its olllcers do not exercise the privileges exception. Bro. Turner, of the Sentinel-Democrfino of MOO and serve 12 years in the revenges. Only a few mouths ago, Gon. Ami ;rou will noon find out that we oan pays Editor John C. Wood, of members of Congress. Leu was hissed out of Havana. Now ivc you money on Co! 1. B. Nail Is again announced as penitentinry. article bought of the Gazette, high compliments and City Judge Leave'.I, of Hopkinsville, he returns with beating drums und Hyin thehotuo. a candidate for the democratic nominsays if the district is to republilist," made ation for commissioner of agriculture. has ordered nn "inebriate been llnud ing banners to teach tho gospel of a can ho had rather seo him up of all persons who havo better civilization. railroad commissioner than any other He went down with Hardiu in 1890. more than once for drunkenness, to be William Osborne, who went to An- Tho Atlanta Journal says: "It is posted in tho saloons. man. "Personally, Mr. Wood Is as nisiou with the 4th Kentucky, was killclover and genial a gentleman as ever said that Japan is willing to pay us The largest tank In tho world, that ed by J. F. Gill, with whom ho boardtrod shoe leather, and if we can't have $200,000,000 for tho Philippines. If of the Now York Gas Co, collapsed and ed. Osborne came in drunk, waving a T.D. KANEY, Manager a democratic commissioner, Mr. Wood wo get such an offer and do not jump the streets wore deluged with 8,000,000 pistol and threatening to kill the entire at it, we will bo a very foolish people." gallons of water, drowning a number Gill family, all of whom wero In bed Itranch stored At Pari, O.ullnlc, Mt. Sterlin JT. Hnnlstown. Lnwrrnrtinri- - fVnilii- is our choice for tho place." It is good for brethren to dwell In such unity. When tho present session of Con- -' of peoplo and carrying ruin in its wuke. when GUI let him have It in tho head nn, Versailles, Ktuinenco, OrnrKt'lown, lirnbethtown. Frankfort. MHiickport. Ind. gress Is concluded, Thomas B. Reed Of the lt50 cases presented for pardon with an axe. w i iii jpwii WHHmimtmmrmMmmmMimMuM F. W. Gregory, who left the Louis- - will kvo hnil ? vpiiM nt fnnt.!n- - In Ohio, f9 were rceoinnieudrtd and 79 The solemn requiem muss of tho 'in villo Commercial, to take charge of tho .nw.ntntlv from rejected by tho board of pardons, and Catholic church was performed over x uuuuuu uuujr ouu, uus uuu a rougn tho 1st Maino district, six of which he 12 aro still pending. Tho governor the remains of Gen. Callxto Garcia at initiation into rural journalism. He has been speaker. pardoned all except ono of theso rec- St. Patrick's church, und the body of called Editor J. E. Robertson, of the Tho appellate court adjourned for tho ommended. the distinguished Cuban loader was Daily News, a blackmailer and the lat- holidays yesterday, and when it reconAfter living oo bread and water and committed to thu vault In the National At wry llttlix-o-t- . ter beat him with a walking cane. venes Judge Hazelrigg will sit as chief standing up all day with their hands P.xlrn film (jura Drop, ntortol Unvote, at ty,c u jouiit), cemetery at Arlington. All the honors T'wont do for city chaps to try bluffs justice, and Judge-oleJ. P. Hobson tied to the ceiling, for three weeks, tho of war that could be meted out to a Kura nice .MlxedjCaruly, worth 10c, goe nt - n Kund, on the rural rooster. They wont work, will take the seat on tho bench vacated 23 prisoners at Raleigh, who led a re- National hero, were bestowed by this rintil Mift I'runch Cream Candy worth 20c foi 10c a pound, but will be called every time, whereas by Chief Justice Lewis, Mom delicious Chucolata Crwun 'irojis, worth Mc. for old volt, have given In, after swearing government uuon the 12c pound city people get used to being called bad Huston I'onntit CrUp. our IvntiVr, worth 20c, nt 10c a ound, Cuban. There will be neither repeal nor they'd die first. names by the newspapers and do not Cocoanut Hon lions at 12c n jtound, Another clash took place Sunday modification of the war revenue law at A mule kicked John Sulcskle, at resent it. night botween Spaniards Imported burnt AlmoniN, nothing nicer, at 12c a pound, this session of Congress, according to Shamokln, Pa., when tho human brute bans ln Havana.theOn bearing and Cuof tho HuKolrttc covort-- DuU's, a quccti'N food, at 12c a pound, During all the stirring events of a statement made by Representative tied a dynamite cartridge under the death of Garcia, tho Cubans attempted I'rvsli mlM-- Xuttt ut 10c n Muud, 1898 has anybody heard of the vlco Dingley, who thereby admits that his animal and exploded It, tearing it to to close places oi amusement, ami a Ilanunns, yellow nn gold, 10c per dorun, president? As an exchange remarks, protection tariff bill Is not a money pieces, rno reuow was irrcBicu unur riot was soon In progress. Three CuNlco Ornnpctt 20c per dozen, bans were killed, one Spanish olllcer ho has kept himself "burled in tho ob- raiser. an oxctting chase. Alo Headquarter for Flro Works r.... llnnl and two Cubans wounded, and 1 others scurity of his great ofllce." Hopkins-vlll- e After Congressman Joo Bailey was r ,!iveueams uucurruu11in nunt, .num., received minor hurts. The appearance Kentuckian. This reminds us that forced to decline tho Invitation to re- which are claimed to havo been caused of Gen. Greene in uniform caused tho when asked who tho vice president la spond to the toast "There Is no minor by tho dreadful sulphur und arsenic Spaniards and Cubans alike to s.Uutu Largest retailer of linn Grorviici in the wjrld. 60 gtrci in Kentucky tho other day, we couldn't recall to ity party in patriotism,' Congressman fumes from the smelters. Many peoplo and retire. Indiana nnd 0:i'o. The Insurgents in tho Philippines save our life. Others may be similarly Evan Sottlo was asked to do so, and who can do so aro leaving tho city to aro making war on tho Catholics. Tho W H.WKAKKN.Manao. affected so we will state for their bene- - accepting, went to Atlanta with tho get out of tho smoke. bishop was subjected to the grossest i kttTCNKff fpHiJgLUlJJUJMllJW lit that his name is Garrett A. Hobart presidential party. of a piece of gold min- Indignities. The friars wero beaten The transfer hungup In with and that ho halls from New Jcrsoy. Representative Walter Evans will bo ing property, known as the Dahlonega torridsticks, kicked andhours. Tho thoi" sun for several na - Consolidated Gold Mining Company, of tlves wero forbidden an applicant for the ofllco of Commlsto render the Speakiko of Atlanta's blow out, tho 8oncr of internal Revenue in case Georgia, of which Christian Wahl, of friars any assistance, Louisville Times is moved to remark: Commissioner Scott should be elected Milwaukee, was the owner, required an greatest suffering, while gry und naked in tho Wo haven't made any particular blow senator ln West Virginia. That is outlay in rovenuo stamps of $9,810. nose and natives furtively supplied about It, but In the matter of peace better than doing the baby uet llko Tho Stato prison commissioners have them with food and water. Tho nuns T- jubilees, as In the other things of life, Davison bv contesting for a seat won relet the contract for the Frankfort in tho convents wero subjected to Louisvlllo has a way of being right up by b0mebody else shameless treatment. penitentiary labor to A. D. Martin, the at the head of tho procession. Again the streets of Havana have q0) Bpyan, having cured himself of proscnt lessee, on what they claim Is a tho murderous llro Lord, forgive tho liar "military lockjaw" by resigning, is much more advantageous terms than rung with Cubuns. The funeralof Span , iards and of Capt. Jesus Sotolongog, one of tho slain of Editor Knott, of the Louisvlllo moved to say: Tho imperialistic idea the old contract recently nnuullcd. W. II. Vunce, tho brute who jabbed Sunday night, was made thu occasion The lutost designs in Tolltt Article, Atomizeis, Mirrors. Post, calls Editor Watterson, of the is directly antagonistic to tho idea and ideals which havo been cherished by out tho oyes with red hot irons of Hen for another outbreak. In which, as bo- Courier-Journa finanolal phlebot-inis- t, fore, tho Spanish soldiers proved thorn and now if Editor Wattoraon will tho American people since tho signing ry Smith, who was burned at the stake of Independence. in Texas for assaulting a white woman, call Editor Knott a polltlcastor, and both of thu Declaration go and take a drink all will be for- Our nation must give up any intention dropped dead in a saloon at Dallas. i.It.i nltr, rlnrifl lim v in Iru win' til,m of entering upon u colonial policy (suuh Vanco has Geen mentally atllicted ever ial was mudo" the corner of a liorco given. IU't linn of DOLLS ever oflere.l f ir the money. struggle, and tho mourners leupod from as Is now pursued by European coun- since, and periodically rosortcd to their carriages, revolvers In hand, to is reported that Secretary Bliss, tries), or it must abandon tho doctrine intoxication. He was in that join in tho fray. It is known thatseveu of the Interior Department, will soon persons ut ioust were seriously wound that governments derlvo their just condition whon he dropped dead. resign. We'll lay down and count powers from tho consent of tho gov Af-- V who killed his ed. Johnson Franklin, thorn one by one that his name will bo in Barren county, is on erned. Jefferson has beu quoted In mothor-ln-lu- w Blister and he will burst, before ho support of Imperialism, but our oppotrial at Glasgow and his wife, who lj 5 does anything so reckless nents must distinguish between expan present, bays she hopes the jury will Is tlio pi neo If you are ln doubt wliero to gut your Xmai prosonts. DolU at 5 nnd 10c. The Louisville Dispatch seos in tho sion in tho Western hemisphere und an hang him. 40.- - finch. OIiish Hold was given a death Uur Jewel Mugi Tnlilo ."it. Later. Franklin Courier-JournaIs stopping with us ft r the pr.ent. tiring tho C i'lJrcn to eco IiIh line of 10c. decorated Hrend and tmtter' hearty welcome- to expansion that involves us m the quarof Europo und the Orient. They sentence. So Glasgow is likely to Uliiles, iRi.iutles, ll)c. Ililtclier Kntviw. 10c. Col. Castlcman and his gallant regi- rels worth 23c Coffee Mill, worth th money, fie. ment the ulterior deoign of boosting must still further distinguish between have a double banging. Every thing for tho kitchen. Now good The coldest weather in 27 years has every wcok m mo oc unci juc nioro. 2 st its colonel for governor, ala Roosevelt. expansion which secures contiguous territory for future settlement and ex- provalled at New Orleans. Tho merBo,v bad ! pansion which secures us alien races cury was below freezing and the orange HERE'S a crumb of comfort for for future subjection. Jefferson fuvor-e- d groves south of tho city woro badly Christmas times. Tho democrats swept tho annexation of necessary contig- damaged, and the fruit, much of which Every thing good to cat. Prices Low. Boston In a municipal election for ml- - uous territory on tho North American has been picked and put In crates, was Stock of MeruhnndNo consisting of Groceries, Dry Hoods, Shoes, &c. Also storenor onices Tuesday. Let ub be thankful continent, but he was opposed to wars slightly frozon. Tne trees in many house. Uood placo for a cash huslnesd. for smallavors and largo ones Jn pro- - of conquest and expressly condomned places woro so badly frozen that tho Stock fresh uuu clean. Most of purchased PEACOCK COAL CO.. this fall. portion. the acquiring of remote territory. buds will bo killed for tho time being. 1'ltt.iburg. Kv. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL It was meet that Mr. Watterson, BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, - ROYAL PoWDEit the Baking SIX PAGES L hole-in-the-w- all The Louisville Store's Great Dissolution Sale. 1 Lnmnff sol-dlo- rs M s ashiuf In Prices uasai r. De-tln- e g court-martiale- Good Yard Wide Brown Cotton at 3 1 I Underwear Cut to 19c. V H I - ad , 10-- 1 G-e- tj-iT- KfVt-r;i- 1 , Cloaks And Wraps rHO, 1 W Ibmi-OSt- y, I I - r.. at Ifw j ff$T?WH& C L0THING - r ii See For Yourself ted The Louisville Store. A I Merry Christmas r.(- ct lion-heart- ed i , 1 .,. Blue Grass Grocery Co., ii I &fi Christmas mm "'"'''HtltSlSBKBK Novelties ! CRAIG & HOCKBRS al, B5rS I by Standard Authors at 15c It o 3-- Kon Ton and loe Store ' l's banta laus -- IFOR SALE. Fire Works, Candy, &e. m M-- 2t "BEAZLEY & OARTEE. . Mil 11 IJIIgiH.IJ.L.JjLJ,4WHH !iw Tnrff w. 6 hauling, 9.0H, Same, 3 days' work 1.50 rejected, Jim Cummins, 6 do 1.60, George Curtis, 3 do 1.50, A. P. Curtis, 3 do 1.50, Richard Bibb, 3 hauling 4.50, A. C. Dunn, 3 hauling 3 work 4.50, Emil Burger, 5 days' work 1.50, Tom Crawfonl, 3 days' work 1.50, Garlcy Burton, 3 do 1.50, C. C. Carpenter, 2 do 1.00, Alfred Baugh, 3 do 1.50, . Pryor Coffman, 3 do 1.50, John iferge, 3 do 1.60, W. C. Cowan, 2 do 3.00, J. D. Deliordc, 2 hauling 3 work 3.50 Kit frown, 3 do 1.50, Sam Carson, 2 do 1.00, E. G. Uaugh, 3 do 1.50, Allowed at the Oetolwr term 1898 C. Bishop, h hauling 75c. John Cash, 3 do 1.50, Thos. Butt, 3 plowing 4.50, Thos. Best, "3 hauling 3 work 4.50. and payable out of tho levy of 1898 Georgo Cloyd, hauling 1.50, Dave Burton, 3 days' work 1.50, Win. Burge, 2 work 1.00, Will Alcorn, 3 day.' work SI. 50. James Bunch 3 hauling 3 wk 4.87, Will Carson, 2 days' work 1.00, Alex Burge, 1 do 50c. Clay Amlcrrxm, 1 do BOc. George Crow, 5 do 1.50, James Benson, 3 days' work 1.60, Chas. Burge, 1 do 50c. John Atkins, 1 do 50o. Boney Cnrter, 3i do 1.50, M. S. Bastin, 270 loads gravel 2.50. John Bnick, 3 do 1.50, Tilfonl Alexander, I do f0. Alex Crow, M do 1.50. Feilding Bronncr, 3 do 1.50, Enoch Bamett, 3 work 1.50. .T. D. Austin, 2 do 81. Woodio Cannon, do 50c, Jerry Bronner, 3 do 1.50 Geo. Bice, 3 hauling 3 work 4.50. Frank AniiHtrong, 1 do 0c. Bird Carter, 2 do 1.00, B. B. Bright, 3 do 1.50, Jcsin Bice, 3 work 1.50. J. J. Allen, 2 do 8 1. Bice Brown, 3 do 1.50, Ben Cooley. 2 A hauling 2.50, J,. 50. Henry Anderson. H hauling H wk 83 Ilesie Boggs, col. 3 do Julius Burgner, iih haul. 3 wk 15.64. C. G. Caldwell", hauling 3 wk 2.50, Iloht. Ball, 3 do 1 50. G. iJ. Austin, 1 hauling 81.50. Henry Beibcr, 3 days' work 1.50 J. II. Caldwell, 8 days' work 1.50, Anderson Blain, 3 do 1.50. Arch Austin, 1 hauling 81.50. Moses Berry, 3 do 1.50, A. K. Caldwell, 3 do 1.50, Thos. Burke, 3 do 1.50. JoHoph Aht, 2J hauling 83.75. Chas. Baugh 2 do 1.00, L. D. Caldwell, 3 do 1.50, Chas. Bunch, 2 do 1.00, Julius Adams, 3 work 81.50. E. N. Caldwell. 3 do 1.50, Authur Baugh, 2 do 1. 00, John Bunch, 3 do 1.50. Andy Anderson, 4 hauling 80. Clay Chappell, 3 do 1.50, John Baugh 1 do 50c, S. D. Amlcraon, 15 hauling 822.50. Henry Bright, 2 do 1.00, Tom Boone, 2 hauling 3.00 James Chappell, 3 do 1.50, John Bright, ? do 1.25. .Sapie, 3 work, rejected, 81.50. Morgan Boono 2 days' work 1.00, James M. Chappell, 3 do 1.50, Dave Bright, 2A do 1.25. Walter Anderson 3 work 81.50.-Joh1 do 50c, Thos. Cain, 3 do 1.50, J. II. Bright, 4a hauling 3 wk 9.50. C. Boone, Aflhlock, 3 woik 81.50. Green Bailey, 2 do 1.00, Alex Crow, 2 do 1.00, P. Baugh, 4 work 1.50. Win. Auhtin hauling 2 work 81.75. II. Jas. Brown, 1 hauling 3 work 2.50, Wm. Carson, 2 do 1.00, Lazarus Bachinger, 4 do 1.50. Sid Austin 2 work 81. Andrew IJurc, 3 days' work 1.50, James Crabtree, 3 do 1.50, Joseph Baxter, 3 do 1.50. Josiah Audcivoii 3 plowing 84.50. Joseph Hrown lj untiling 3 work 3.00, Ben Cooley, 3 hauling 3 work 4.50, A. II. Bastin, 225 ft. lumber 2.25. V. M. Akcr, 3 work 81.50. Harve Hrown, 1 hauling 3 work 3.00, O. Caldwell, b days' work 1.50, Same, lumber 15.00 Jno. M. Aker, 3 do 81.50. Joshua Hrown 3 days' work 1.50, G. A. Caldwell 5 do 1.50, Same, nails 1.00. Daniel Umwn,3do 1.C0, Jonathan Aker, 3 do 31.50.' George Cummins, 3 do 1.60, 1 50, John Hroiigtiton 3 do Same, lumlicr, &c. 14.13. W. C. Alfonl, 3 do 81.50. Daniel Hroughton. 3 do 1.50. Albert Carpenter, 1 do 50e, Same, fuse and jKiwder GOc. S. C. Alfonl, 3 do 81.50. Joe Hrougliton 3 hauling 3 work 4.50, Evan Cumpton, 6 hrs' work 35c, Same, 750 ft. lumber 7.50. D. P. Alfonl, 3 do 81.50. Sherry Hrown, 3 days' work 1 50, W. E. Carter, days work 87c, Same, lumber 2.50. Jno. Allwrsohl 3 do 81.50. Jai. lilankinohip, 3 do 1.50, E. Caldwell, 1 do 60c, Wesley Baker, 1 work 50c. 1 hauling 3 work 2 50, Hrrant Brown, Frank Atkins, 3 do 81.50. Authur Carter, 3 do 1.50, J F Hyer, 3 days' work 1.50, Thos. Butt, 3 do 1.50. , 3 do 81.50 John Adam, Fred Roycr, 0 hauling, 3 work and 700 Christopher Camninch, 3 do 1.50, Mack Baugh, 2 do 1.00, Jon Adams 3 do 81.50. ft lumber 10.00, John Cnmninch, 3 do 1.50, Thos. Baker, 3 do 1.50, Harry Acton, 3 do 81.50. D. Haxter, 1 hauling 3 work 3.00, Pet Cainniiich, 3 do 1.50, Jim Bennett, 3 hauling 3 work 4.50, J. V Hoone, 3 days' work 1.50, Dr. V. M. Acton, 3 do 81.50 W. R. Carter, 6 do 1.50, Tom Bailey, 3 work 1.50, Alllo Hall, 1 do 50c, Jamert Acton, 3 do 81.50. Win. Cannon, 2 do 1.00, John Hrock, 3 do 1 50, 3 do 1.50, John Beazley Gupcr Abt, 1 hauling 3 work 83. Win Brock, 3 do 1.60, W. A. Cofley, 2 do 1.00, Fred Bowman, 4J hauling 6.75, Cads Autoni, 3 work 81.50. Prewitt Hrown. 3 do 1.50, C. L. Crow, 3 do 1.50, Aaron Burdctt, 3 work 1.50, Henry Alcorn, 2 do 81. Mart Hrown, 3 do 1 50, (5.00. Harry Crutchfield, 3 do 1.50, Cap. Butt, 4 hauling W. T. Adam?, 3 do 81.50. Jdin Hrown, 3 do 1 50, Moses Cloyd, 3 do 1.50, J. M. Bastin, 3 work 1.50, T. L Hnord, 3 do 1 50, Jnmcri Adams, 3 do 81.50. Sam Clarkston, 2 do 1.00, Oebon Baugh, 2 do l.C), Dick Doling, 3 do 1.50' W. D. Anderbon, 3 do 81.50. Jas. Hrown, 2 do 1.00, G. D. Boone, 3 hauling 3 work 4.50, George Coflev, 350 ft lumber 3.50, Andy Adams, 3 do 81.50. W. H. Boone, 3 hauling 3 work 4.50 Jai Hastln, 1 do 25c, John Cloyd, 3 days' work 1.60, Janicu Adams 2 hauling 3 wk 84.50. John Heck, 1 do 50c. Samp Cummins, 2 do 1.00, Tho. Alfonl 2J hauling 3 wk 85.25. John Barlow, 3 work 1.50, Dick Baker, 4 hauling 3 work 0.01, F. F. Cummins, 2 do 1.00, J. K. Baughman 4 hauling 6.00, Thos. Best. 2 hanling 3.00, John Anderson, 2 work 81. Jones Baughman, 3 days' work 1.50, A. H Bastin, 350 feet lumber 3.E9, John W. Cummins, 2 do 1.50, Geo. Adam, 3 do 81.50. AIhs Campbell, 3 days' work 1.50, Marsh Coouer, 2 J do 1 25, John Bogle 3 do 1.50, Jamcd Adams, 3 do 81.50,1b Jim Cmthcr, 1 do 50c, J. K. Carter, 3 do 1 60, Overton Adaiiin, 5 hauling Twk 89. W.'P Bra.lshaw, 3 do 1.50, Jim Carter, 2 John Carolton, 3 do 1 60, Green Adam.-"- , 5 hauling 3 work 89. Howard Bailey, 3 do 1.50. Vcsa Carson, 2 do 1.00, Alvin Camden, 3 do 1.50, Fnmk Bailey, 3 do J. 50, Iloht. Andercou, 3 work 81.50. Chas. Coffey, 2 do 1.00, Boyle Brown, 3 do 1.50, Millard Carson, 1 do 50c, A. J. Alford, 1 hauling 81.50. Geo. Camden, 3 do 1.50, Dan Brown, 3 do 1.50, Henry Cash, days' hauling 75c, Alex Alford, 3 work 81.50. 1 work 3.50, Nevin Carter, 2 days' work Alfred Bright 3 do 1.50, John Carson, 2 hauling 00, Green Anderson, 3 do 81.50. Tiney Brown, 2 hauling 3 work 3.50, James Carson 1 hauling 2 work 2.50, Thos Coulter, 2 hauling 2 work 3 50 G. V Alfonl, 3 Jiauling 14.50. Tom Carter, 2 days' work 1.00, Alva Ball, 3 days' work 1.5q, Walter Carter, 3 days' work 1.50, G. A. Altord, 3 work 81.50. Jas. M. Carter, 1 haul 3 work 3.00, P. W. Carter, 2 days' hauling 3 00, Woodson Brock, 3 do 1.50, Jamcd Alford 2 do 81. It. Y. Ballanl, 2 hauling 3 work 3.50 Jim Chambers, 3 days' work 1.50, Estill Carter, 3 days' work 1.50, Jamca Alcorn, 3 do 81.50. T. J. Beerlerson, 2 hauling 3 wk 8.50 A. A. Crutchfield 3 do 1.50. Ernest Carter, U hauling 3 work 3 00 lliggina Alcorn, 2 do $1, Findley Campbell, 3 do 1.50, Willie Bastin, 3 day' work 1.50, James Chappell, 170 ft lum' :r 1.70, Jim Alcorn, 2 do 1.00, August Crow, 3 do 1.50, Willio Baugh, 3 do 1.50, Hardin Claunch, 3 days' work 1.50, Alex Arnold, 3 do 1.50. Wes Carter, 3 do 1.50, M. F. Boylor, 3 do 1.50, M. B. Claunch, 3 do 1.50, A. Ahell, 2 do 1.00, James Carter, 4 hauling 2 work 0. 0 E B, Caldwell, Jr., 6 haul 3 wk 10.50 Jim Mat Bell, 3 do 1.50, Geo. Akin, 2 hauling 2 wk 4.00, Charles Carter, 3 days' work 50, John Baughman, 2A hauling 3.75, II. II. Caldwell, 6 days' work 1 50, H. Aphbackcr, 3 work 1.50. Mart Cavcnder, 2 do 1.00, Jake Beanl, 3 days' work 1.50, John Carney, 3 do 1 50, Chits. Ashley, 3 do 1.50. R. II. Crow, 2 hauling 3 work 4.50, Ed Coffman, 6 do 1.50, Clum Blanks, 3 do 1.50, W. A. Akin, 2 hauling 1 wk 3.50. Tom Campton, 2 days work 1.00, Wm Coffman, 6 haul 3 work 9 00, Arch Austin, 2 J hauling 3 work 5.25 Arthur Burnett, 3 do 1.50, Sim Blanks, 3 do 1.50, Jim Cooper, 2 do 1.00, Mat Coffman, 6 haul 3 work 9,00, A. J. Alfonl, 3 hauling 3 work G.00, George Cooper, 3 do 1.00, Ceph. Blanks, 3 do 1.50, L P. Coflhian, 12 hauling 3 wk 18 00 Pryor Adams, 3 work 1.50. W. P. Carson, Armp Broddus, 3 do 1.50, hauling 2 work 1.75 J. R Carrier, 3 days' work 1 60, Albert Anderson, 3 do 1.50. Green Carrier, 3 do 1.50, J. B. Bryan, 4 hauling 3 work 0.00, Pete Coffey, U days' work 75c, David Anderson, 3 do 1.50. 3 days' work 1.50, Gus Cliristmnn do 75c, Silas Carrier, 3 do 1.60, II. T. Motion, Geo. Aiidenon, 3 do 1.50. John Chrfctuiaii, U do 7ftc, B. D Carter, 3 hauling 3 work 4.50 J. D. Burton, 1 do 50c, Uriah Albright, 2J hauling 3.75. Fred Carson, Ik do 75c, Dr. J. T. Bohon, 2 hauling 3.00, Jordan Davis, 2 days' work 1 00, John Alioy, 1A work 75c. P. W. Carter, rcpairinc brid" Frank Biiiin, 3 days' work 1.50, &c James Dishon, 2 do 1 00. John T. Anderson, 3 do 1.50. Clabc Baughman, 3 do 1.50, Fnmk Dcneon, 2 do 1 00, 5.50, Tiios. Anderson, 3 do 1.50. Sam Baughman, 3 do 1.50, James Chappell, 156 ft lumber 1.56, Howard Deth ridge 2 do 00, Win. Austin 1, hauling 1.50. Frank Brown, 1 hauling 1.50, Joseph Chandler, 3 days' work 1.50, Al Davenport, do 50e, 1.0(1 Green Acton, 2 work A. 11. Cash, 3 do 1.50, John Burdctt, 1 hauling 1.50, Fred Dunaway, 3 do 1.50, Jack Ayler, 3 do 1.50. Hub Cook, 3 do 1.50, R W. Dunn, 2 haul 2 work 3 50, J. J. Burlerson, 3 days' work 1.50, Sam Adams, 3 do 1.50. Win. Beck, S hauling 12.75, Ilanlin Cook, 3 do 1.50, Ben Denton, 2 days' work 25, Tom Aehlock, 3 hauling 4.50. Clint Carrier, 3 do 1.50, W. W. Durham, 3 do 1 50, Jno. M. Beck, 5 days' work 1.50, Coal Albersold, 3 work 1.50. Joe B. Beck, 5 do 1.50, J. W. Carrier, hauling 3 work 2.50 Charles Defline, 4i hauling 3 wk6 75 Herman Albersold, 3 do 1.50. John Cockings, 3 days' work 1.50, Preston Beck, 5 do 1.50, Mack Dawson, 2 days' york 1 00, Thos. Albersold, 3 hauling 4.50. Wm. Colston, 3 do L50, " Frank Davis, 3 do 50, Baylor Anderson, 3 hauling, 3 work Wm. Beck, 4 J do 1.50. Dock Campbell, 3 do 1.50, W. C. Boone,"3 do 1.50, John Davis, 3 do 1 50, and 500 ft. lumber 11.00 Tom Crow, 3 do 1.60, Sam Baughman, 2 do 1.00, Mitchell Delaney, 3 do 1 50, Gnrland Adams, 3 work 1.50. Dan Cooloy, 2 do 1.00, Thos. Ball, 3 do 1.50, Charles Davis, 3 do oO, Andy Adams, 3 work 1.50. W. R. Cook, 3 do 1.50, Gabo Brown, 2 do 1.00, A. C. Denny, 1 haul 3 work 2.50, 3 do 1.50. Krnest Bunch, FredL Cook, 3 do 1.50, Walter Denuy, 3 days' work 1.50, Letcher Bunch, 3J hauling 3 wk 5.25 Fred Bradshaw, 2 do 1.00, John Curtis, 3 do 1.50, Josh Brown, 2 do 1.00, James Denny, 3 do 1 50, Grauville N. Bunch, 3 work 1.50. Newton Blevins 1 hauling 3 wk 3.00 Walter Curtis, 3 do J.50, Georgo Denny, 3 do 1 50, Wni. Baughman, 3 do 1.50. Wm. Curtis 5 hauling 3 work 7.10 W. A. Denny, 3 do 1 50, J. G. Baugh, 5 days' work 1.50, Eliza Brackett, 3 do 1.50. Sterlin Curtis, 3 days' work 1.50, Gran Denuy, 3 do 1 50, Logan Bryant, 5 do 1.50, James Burke, 3 do 1.50. Jim Cane, 3 do 1.50, G, A. Denny, 1 haul 3 work 2.50, S. A. Baugh, 5 do 1.50, Isaac Brackett, 3 do 1.50. J. P. Chandler, 4 hauling 3 wk 6.00 Henry Delaney, 6 days' work 1 50, John Bird, 5 do 1.50, M. S. Baitghnian, 3 do 1.50. Sam M. Chaudler, 3 days' work 1.50, Frank Davis, 3 do 1 60, T. Brown, 3 do 1.50, 3 do 1.50. J. John Blankinship, Henry Cash, 2 hauling 1 work 3.50, Thos. Denham, 2 haul 3 work M 50, Emil Beck, 3 do 1.50, Sam Baker, 3 do 1.50. Dick Chandler 3 days' work 1.50, Win Denham, 1 days' work 50c, Gattleib Beck, 3 hauling 4.50, John BlankB, 2 do 1.00, 3 days' work 1.50, Frank A. Chandler 4 haul 3 wk 6.00 Jim Dyehouso 3 do 1.50, John Britton, Win. Blunke, 2 do 1.00, Chas. Carter, 3 days' work 1.50, Georgo Bussec, 3 do 1.50, Billy Dyehouso 3 days hauling 4,50, Tom Boone, 2 do 1.00. Peter Carter, 3 do 1.60, Wm. Denton, 2 days' work 1.50, Benny Bussco, 3 do 1.50, 2 do 1.00, Donk Baugh, 3 work 6.00, N.J. Coue, 6 do 1.60, A. C. Dunn, 8 hauling C work 12.00, Thos. Brent, 4 hauling W. P. Bourne, 2 do 1.00, Win. Dye, 3 days' hauling 4 50, Wm. Brent, 4 hauling 3 work C.00, Georgo Carter, 5 do 1.50, Orb Bourne, 2 do 1.00 Marion Capps, 3 do 1.50, Morris Deathridge, 3 do 4.50, Bruco 6 hrs' work 35c, Kobt. Dock Boono, 2 do 1.00, G. A. Capps, 3 do 1.50, Torn Bailey 6 hrs' work 35c, John Dunaway, 3 do 1,50, Anthony Ball, 2 do.1.00, Will Craig, 3 do 1.'50, Gabo Blain, 6 hrs' work 35c, J. A. Dudderar, 9i haul 3 wk 14.25, Bruco, 1 do 50c. Sherman T. Curtis, 3 do 1.50, 6 hrs work 35c, J. Joseph Delaney, 3 days' work 1 60. M. W. Benedict, Behoner Bruco, 3 do 1,50. Bud Camden, 3 do 1.50, David Delaney, 3 do 1 50, Thos. Best, 1 hauling 1.50, Briecoo, 2 hauling 3.00, Jerry THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Thos. Best, 2 work 1.00, Chas. Benedict, 2 hauling 2 work 4.00 Jus. Benedict, 2 work 1.00, Stanford, Ky., Dec. 16, 1898 Geo. Benedict, 2 do 1.00, Edward Bright, 2 do 1.00 W. P. WALTON. Wm. Buchanan 2 do 1.00, Noah Bishop, 3 do I hauling 2.50. Jas. Burge, 1 do 50o. : Jerry Brisco. 3 do 1.50; - days' work 60c, David Burton, 6 hrs' 35c, Jesso Burke 3 days' work 1.50, Andrew Bailey, 3 do 1.50, 1 Thos. Bailey, J. T. Chadwick, BOflD CLflims. 1 1 1 i haul 3 work , 2 50, Win. Daugherty, 3 days' work 50 Chas Daugherty, 3 do 1.50, Jack Daugherty, 3 do 1 50, John Douglass, 2 do 00, Reuben Dudderar, 3 do 1.50, Jas Dalton, 3 hauling 4.50, John Day, 2 do 3 00, John Dye, 3 days' work 50, J, N. Durham 3 do 50, J. D Dalton, 6 hrs' work 35c, Dan Durham,. days' work 5Uc, George Daugherty, 3 haul 3 wk 4.50 J. C. Daugherty, 3 days' work l.fiO, W. Tine Daugherty, 3 do 50, L B. Daugherty, 3 do 1 50, David Daugherty, 3 do 50, Fnmk Daugherty, 3 do 1 50, W. D Hays, 3 do 1 50, Cicero Delaney, 3 do 1.50, George Daugherty, 6 do 1 50, James Dye, 4 haul 3 work 6 00, George Dawson, 3 days work 1.50, Josh Durham 3 do 1 50, John Dishon, 3 do 1 50, Jas. Delaney, 3 do 1 50, Fred Dudick, 3 do 1 50, Fmnk Dishon, 3 do 50, Richard Daugherty, 2 do 1 00, John Dye 2 hauling 3 CO, David Delaney, 3 days' work 50, Charles Delaney, 3 do lg 0, Owsley Dunn, 1 haul 3 work 2.50, W. T. DoBord, 2 do 2 do 3.50, Oscar DeBord, 2 days' work 00, Jean Duvall, 2 do 00, Wrav Duvall, 2 do 1 50, Joseph Davis, 1 do.SOc, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Sam Dudderar, ABE YOU A DEMOCRAT! An old adago reads: "There-- Is a placi for everything," and for everything to b In Its place, tho LOUISVILLE DISPATCH should And a place in the homo of every DEMOCRAT In tho SUNNY SOUTH. The Dispatch Is tho people's paper, owned by tho people, and Is always ready to fight for tho cause of the people. IT STANDS 3QUARELY ON THE CHICAGO PLATFORM, without the aid or consent of tho Gold Dug Monopolies, and a fair comparison of Its news service (now being furnished over leased wires by tho New York; Sun, tho Chicago Inter Ocean and tho Northern Press Association) with that of any other paper, will fully verify Its Motto, "If you see It In tho Dispatch It's so, and If It's so It Is always In the Dis- Sil M patch." Tho Dispatch also baa a staff of over active correspondents in the South, and Will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS of any other Louisville paper. Get the Dispatch; it gives tho news and tells the truth about It. Dally, 8 pages; Sunday, 24 pages; Weekly, 8 pages. We club with tho Weekly Dispatch at the remarkably low price of TWO DOLLARS AND FIFTY-FIV- E CENTS' 300 'Jl TRY THE NEW HOK 1 do-1.0- i 1 i Casper Denny. 1 do 50c, A. II. Davidson, 3 do 1.50, Sam Douglass, 8 hauling 4.50, F. Denham, IJ do 2.25, S. 8. Estes, 3 work 1 50, Ed EubankB, 1 hauling 3 work 2.50, WRITE FOR CIRCULARS Jesse Estes, 3 days' work 1.50, Sewing: Machines we manufacture and their prices before you purchase any other. Geo. V. Estes, 240 gravel 2.40 The New Home sewing machine Co. Zach Elkin, 3 days' work 1 50, oiamow, mita. Union tomui.K.T. Chicago, Itt, 8t. Lonta. He. Thos M. Estej, 3 hau.ing 3 work 4 50, Dallas, Tex. Saa Francisco, CaL Atlanta, Qe. row sals av Geo. . Estes 3 hauling 3 work 4 50, Joseph Estes, 3 days' work 1.50, A. C D Estes, 3 do 1.50, Major J. Estes, 3 do 1 50, Robt. Estes, 5 do 1 50, Chris Evin, 4 do 1.50, John Ervin, 4 do 1.50, Menefee Elmore, 8 do 1.50, Mrs. Josephine Elmore, 10 hauling 15.00 Jacob Elder. 3 days' work 1 50, . At the rate of Barney Ernst, 3 do 1 60, Wm. Ernst, 2 do 1.00, Joseph Ernst, 3 do 1 50. Thos Ends, 2 do 1.00. Bell E lis, 0 hrs' 35c, W A. Epporson, C hrs' 35c, O M. Estes, 4 hauling 3 work 6 00, Bub Eubanks, 4 days' work 1 50, Mack Eubanks, 1 hauling 3 work 2.50, A MONTH. Fred Ervin, 3 days' work 1.50, W. D. Elmore, 1 do 50c, G. B. Ellison, 1 hauling 3 work 8 C9, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST Ed Elam, 3 days' work 1.50, DAILY PAPER IN THE WORLD P. L Elam, 2 hauling 3 work 3 50, John Engleman 2 days work 1 00, EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK Mrs Josephine E more, 4 hauling 0.00, EXCEPT SUh'DAfV Mack Eubanks, lj days' work 75c, G. A. Eubanks, 4 hauling 3 work 6.75, At the rate of R. M. Elliott, 2 hauling 3 work 3 50, . for 3 Months. SI. 00 Jas Evans. 1 hauling 2 work 2.50, SI. 50 for 6 Months. Dr. C Fowler, 2 hauling 3.75, $2.00 for Year. Ben Farris, 3 days' word 1.50, Continued on GtU Page. $?Ai R. HALL, Lincoln. A Daily Paper 161c ... .... .... 1 i Gene Luigb lost $3 apieco on the cast-obrood mares ho bought of the Breeders' Protective Association of Lexington, and sold publicly in St. Louis. About $5,000 worth of blankets, clothing, guns, Duckets, &c, were stolen from the government hospital at Lexington during tho soldiers stay ff 00-o- dd For sample copies, leave us vour name or write the Evening Post, Louisville, Ky. 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE 1 there. In a quarrel over a church fence at Hazelton, Ind., Robert Moore killed Charles and Paris Decker, and escaped. Judge Steadman won tho 81,000 Palmetto Handicap at New Friday. For- bush was second and Handsel third. James Dudley, a Negro, fell into the tire at his home near Waco, and was burned to death. Nearly 1,500 wagon loads of tobacco lias been 60ld in Owensboro this season isSBlE Anyone sending a sketch and description mar qulcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an lnrentlon U probably patentable. CommunlCA-tlostrictly oonOdenttal. Ilandbaokon I'atenta sent free. Oldest ngency for aecurlnK patents. Patent taken throuib JIunn A Co. receive; iftelal notice, without chureo, In the m 1 Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. 1 1 handsomely Illustrated weekly. Ijirewt elr culatlon of any sclentifln Journal. Terms, U a A lUVlltUA Scientific American. Branch 1 at $5 to $7. TWO POINTED QUESTIONS ANSWERED. irIUNN Pn3GiBro.d,.NowYnrk nv. CgyKL. Washington. P. r. f 1. oumuyau usnwcuviB. What is tho ueo of making: u bettor artlclo than your competitor if you can THE not get a better price for It? Ans. As there is no difference in soote's the price tho public will buy only the better, so that while our profits may bo smaller on a single sale, they will PENETRATES bo much greater In the aggregute. How can you get the public to know EIGHT GREAT STATES your make is the best? If both articles are brought prom- Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia. inently before the public, both are cerNorth and South Curollua, Alabama, Mississippi, tain to be tried and the public will very quickly pass judgment on them and ubcj only the bctterone. This explains the large sale on Through Sleeping Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. The Between Louisville anc' the South. people hayc been using it for years and have found that it can always bo depended upon. They may occasionally take up with some fashionable novelty THREE DAILY TRAINS put forth with exaggerated claims, but Each way between Loulsrille uud Lexlogtoa are certain to return to the one remedy TURK, G. A., that they know to be reliable, and for W. A. Washington. P.I), o. coughs, colds und croup there Is nothW. H. TAYLOE, A, G. P. A. ing equal to Chamberlain's Cough Loulsrille. K Remedy. For sale by Craig & Hocker, Druggists. Soutiiern Railway mum mm. Cars Residence, near tho college, on Main Street, just vacated by E. C. Walton, for rent. Apply at this ofllce. Call on Jos. Willlmina, Jumbo, Ky,, Dealer In General Merchandlan and Kamllr Vedl- clnei, and Ret a ropy oIDr. J. IX. McLean's yeJlcal Almanac with biorm Calendar and Weather fore- Thc "niac imblUhni for frw uutrluutlon. S.rr.8s9, b,t ;? wmi imi iriiim ,t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I3PBR VKA.Il IN" ADVANCE 4V When cot to paid S2.E50 will charged. Stanford. Ky., E. - Dec. 6, 1898 0. Walton, Business Manager. Ire aretlUHil. TIME KENTUCKY CENTRAL No. No. No. No 4 Leaves Stanford at 21 Arrives at Rowland Stanford at 22 Lean Mi P. M. DIVISION. 5 ArrrlTM at Stanford at 1:03 x. M. - 2:10 A. M. at 12:00 DAY. 2:30 KNOXVILLE DIVISION. No. 24 Train going North " " No. 38 " ...-.- 25 Ho. 28 a M " ' oum ...... ... ......' 124pm .12 37 p m . 2 41 a m .12 43 k in For alllPolnU. TICKETS bOLD. BO'JGII HAGGAUE CHECKED THROUGH. For am information enquire ol JOE S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. FRANKFORT AHD CINCINNATI. .and 3 r. M., Traln leave Frankfort at 6:30 a. V.C. and roach- onnectlng at Georgetown with 5:10 r. . Leye Pari. and laf Pari, at 8:40 a.m. p. m.. connecting at OeorKe- t J:20 a. u and 5:30 town with Q.AC, and reaching Frankfort at 11:55 a. . and 7:20 r A Q r. a. a r QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City as follows4 2 North South .... 12 02 p m No. i 'ft e Pa. A mrotliijrof thobtockholdersof the- National Hank of llustonvlllo will Ins held at 1149am ".4 Ho.8 " and coffee. It was impossible to give their banking hoiiho la Ilustonvlllo tho Surf 1118am " 6 HaB " a sewing machine or a photograph. Tuexday lu Juuuary, 1MH, brtween 0 nnd II Ho! 8 05pm "10 " ......600 am " Daguerreotypes were not devised until A. M..tofor the pnrpoM of electing nine- direcNo. 1 does not stop. No 2 stops only for pwen-eer- s tors surve the ensuing vear. from South of somerset. 9 nnd 10 run noSom1S30; and tho first were taken In AmerJ. W HOOKER. Cashier. than Junction City and 8 and C only to ica at least a year later. I remember erset when Ax cry, who took the first sun picture west of Albany, carried It up nnd down the streets, flushed with his first Prof. Weber, of the Ohio state uni- success; nnd ran into houso after home MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. versity, has made a prolonged study of to exhibit It. It was n ghostly affair, to : the effect of light ns a factor In sugar be squinted at and guessed out; but production, and his numerous experi- after all St was the beginning of a Newly furnished; clean beds; eplendod ments with reference to the influence great art. Portere table. Everything Stanford, Ky., The presents were fuller ot nflVctlon of light on the sugar contents of plants 89 meet all trains. are of peculiar scientific interest, lie because homemade. The whole family has found that plants with a long had been at work for weeks planning Ih A. S. period of vegetation arc not so much nnd executing little gifts. The boys made boxes and toys nnd linnd sleds. Burgeon affected by climatic changes, location, The women made stockings and mufDentist, etc., as those of a short period of vege- flers and dainty enps, while the girls Goods Warranted. HzUflfH tation. For the latter, therefore, the made sllper8. and tho fathers made Fit Guaranteed. conditions named are to be specially shoes. A home was a word that meant Give Him a Call. OSceoTer McRoberU' Drug Store in theRUwsley cared for in order to secure the prodgTcat tilings in those days; for both the Building. uct. Higher latitudes are found to be women nnd the men had trades, as well I'UIILIO SALE OF better for sugar production than lower as a knack and a knowledge of land culones, other things being equal, and the ture. It Is interesting to note that some jX-jrfcCiyvproximity of large bodies of water Is of our best observers nnd social stuY most favorable to sugar production. dents prophesy a large reaction from our present fnst and uneasy nge to the The topographical features of the land quiet and calm of those earlier days of The undersigned committee apolnted ly Qft flH an order of the are also of importance in locating the century. Of course we shall not county, will on fiscal court of Lincoln sugar factories in the most convenient give up our inventions; but with them Dec. 21 1898 place to that of production, in order to we may lose our boyish excitement, and o react to another period of reconsidera- Offer for sale at tho insure thi greatest success. door In tion. This has been the history of the Stanford. Ky,, 48 Lincoln county bonds, A special from Emporia, Kan., says past. Eras of restless aggression have said bonds to bo Issued In three mtIcs, to " and series "O." "A," series wit: that it has been recalled there, by the been followed by periods of reflection. SeriesSeries embracing $12,000 and consists "A" suicide of II. C. Cross, president of the We could do nil that is necessary for a of 13 bonds of 200 each and numbered to for tho sum of tl,000 defunct national bank of that place, happy social state with less of wear, 12 and sis bonds 13 to 16. Scries "11" each emand numbered that Cross' father was, about 50 years and less of nerve friction. Will elec- bracing 815,000, consisting of IS bonds for ago, connected with a bank at Spring tricity help us in this direction? We the sum of $1,000 each and numbered 19 to 3:i and Series "O" embracing $15,000 of said field, III., and that upon the failure of believe it will The most delightful part of these bonds of $1,000 each and numbered 31 to 4S the institution one of the depositors, e And Dealer in holidays was the sports, pure Tho bonds embraced in series "A" shall an old man by the name of Gary, stood and free from every guile. Our even- bo redeemable at the pleasure of the court HABNESS, SADDLEEY, &C. up in the streets of Springfield and ings were always at home; and in the In and after flvo years from the date of Invoked a curse upon the house of Crors. one great family room, which was the their Usual and shall Hmi due and payable STANFORD, KY. 10 yeara from said date. Series "II hnll Thist story is vouched for by George dining-roonnd the kitchen in one, we bo redeemable at the pleasure of tho court Plumb, brother of former United gathered before the huge fire of logs In and after 10 years from tin! date of their Issual and payable IS States Senator Plumb, to whom it was and had that sort of unadulterated fun. said date. due and '(J" shall be years from Scries redtcmable which can bo had only where the whole nt tho pleasure of the court after IS years related by the son of the old man who and duo and date ot delivered the curse. Whatever the family is united. We parched our home- from the20 years their Issuulsaid date. Tho from the merit of this reminiscence, it is true grown corn, nnd made our candy of payable bo sold will boar Interest at tho bonds to molasses, and played Himple games, that the elder Crosa suffered many re- which no one joined more henrtlly in rate of 4 per cent wr annum, payable than on Jan. 1st, and July 1st, of verses and that the cfxorU to discharge the fnther and the mother. The even- each year, tho bonds will bear date Jan. 1st, them involved tho younger Crou in ings lasted from candlo lighting until 1699. Any redemption of said bonds bufnro their maturity shall be mado serially and speculations and led to his trngio nine o'clock. No child was ever per- according to tha series and serUI number e)) CgoaNawsig&bBaiiu 8 ii'Jg ((a death. mitted to absent himself from tho of tho bonds beginning with boad No. series "A." Said bonds and coupons will be household after dark without the The value, physically and spiritually, of his parents. But after nine payable at the Lincoln Countyhe National lluok redeemof football training was, pretty o'clock no one ever thought of being ed on of Stanford. Ky., bonds to yiur and Jun., unci July 1st, of each illustrated at New llaen, Conn., absent. Then wc were nil in our beds. uon 30 dujs previous notice given by counjudgo th other day when Rev. George It. Cut- - If we react to thee or to simpler meth- ty t.al(f to Lincoln County National Hank, of court's Intention to redeem any of ten, center on Yale's eleven, walked flvo ods of living it will be by a resurrection the bonds as herein provided, bald bonds miles through a blinding bllzzurd to of more home life. Lctus see to it thnt shall cease to bear Interest after said date the fnrm home is more of a home, and Sale of said bonds Hill lie for cash to the Keep his appointment and deliver a serhighest and lest bidder and will tie offered the farmhouse family inoro mon to Muclenta. A preaclier like that In lots from $1,000 with privilege of 33,000 E. P. Powell, in N. Y. Indepenuntil all bonds hae been sold, the commitis pretty likely to score with such an dent. tee resurlng tho privilege of offering tho audience. entire number nt once and accepting tho Tor llii rirnnurr of Otlifm. hid realizing tho most money. Said IkhhK A Cincinnati clergyman recently sent sold It in the desire nnd effort to con- aremust unconditional and abstracts desirFrank J. Reed, Gen. Pass. Agt tie paid for by parties asking same. to the preacher with whom ho frequent- tribute to the happlnrsi of others that ed E. H. Uacon, Dis. Pass. Agt. Witness our signatures lhl Dec. 5th: 1S0S. ly exchunged pulpits a notice to bo road makoi Christmas the most delightful of (i. H. COUI'KIt, & Gen Mgr W. II. McDoel, II. 1IKL.M, Charles II. Rockwell Traffic Mgr. at a morning service. Tho recipient all our holidays. Children, at first, perJ. V. 1IAILKY, nbtonished Ids congregation by reading haps, think most of the gifts that they Committee. a postscript intonded for himself, as may receive, but crery wite parent follows: "1 will Lc pleased to have you teaches the child to be n giver as well ns a receiver, and 1o find the doopor joy come and dine with me at the panou-age.- " of the Christmas time in doinir someNATIONAL BANK Th invitation was widely thing for the pltnsure for some one OF STANKOKU, KY. Jlest lino to and from els. The mnxim: "It is more blessed to gie than to receive," is one of those The agricultural department has debeautiful statements Surplus, $15,750 termined, aflern scries of experiments, upprovc, but one neverthat It Is easy to Capital Stock $100,000. knows how true Michigan, All points in thnt the San Joec scale, found on pears, It Is until hu finds it crlflcd In experiAttention o( Die pnlillo la called to the fact that only National llauk In Stanford. this apples and peaches in vnrious parts, of ence. Then a new fountain of joy der U tbe(irurlilons ol tbe National Hank Unthe Act . . the capital itock, survive the proc- opens In the heart and n new way of deiosllon are kecurcd not only tho country, doc not but by tho stockholders' liability for an amount ess of fruit drying. This proves abso- life is disclosed. We often make tho equaltn theitock so that drioItorioH)ililutltu. White City Special. a fund ofSJCO.tiuo, UouaroiecuriHl lutely the falsity of the claims of sev- mistake of thinking that "giving" cory (tateiuouts of thoby condition ol the Hanklive iworL Best Terminal .Station, aroiuuili eral European governments which ex- bists in the bestowal of some material each year to the United btutea (ioTernuicatand it assets are examined at stated times by gotorninenl clude American fruits from their porta. thing. Hut it really consists in devo- agents, thus tecurluK additional and jwltct tulet a luruiAlln tion to another of what we have; it fU IICW3UUIO! Avoiding the Tunnel. This Institution oriclnallr eUllfahv at tha Clover sickness, a common disease may bo money or tlmo or skill or noalt Hank ot Stanfon In 185s, then reorganizedIHat clover crops, has thoughtfulness or pntience. There is tbe National Hank ofSlantord In l&CS amlnLraiti that often ruins reorganized nj the First National Hank of Stanford caused German scientists to make ex- no one so poor thnt he cannot givo in IM't, hat bad practically an uninterrupted exltt. something. That is the real joy of enre for 35 years. It Is better supplied now will Cars Wagner Sleeping periments. They now bay thnt fanners Christmas time. lacllltlfi for If we carried the erally than tranuctlnjrInbusiness promptly and libIts long and nonorablt Tir before will co0n.be able to inoculate their Christinas spirit into nil thcdayBof the career. Ar,unta of indlrlduala, fiduciaries. nruu beings may be year wc bhould make life infinitely acd Individuals lollclttd. lands just as human DIIIKCTOBS. Buffet Parlor Cars. Wagner Sleeping treated. sweeter nnd hnppicr. Boston WatchF. Held, Lincoln Co.; J. W. Hayden, Stanford Cars Private. Compartment Cars, Exman. H. H. Haugbman. " S.T. Harris, ' A reecnt report says that gold is becitant Loaches and Dining Cars, J.S. Mocker, '" T.P.Hill, Chrlatmoe Catastrophes. W.l Walton ' W. A. Trlbble, Be sure your tickets read via BIG FOUR. ing found all over Ohio. And yet the J. 11 Colllsr.Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mi. Vernon. Why It It, when we're loaded M, D.Klraore, btanford,, o. Mccormick, d. b. martin, people of that state art fooling away Down with bundles small ao4 great. The one we drop Is always Traffic Mar, Gen. Pass. ATkt. Agt, their time at tha various trades and inorncsas. An expensive chine, plate? J S. Bocker, President; J. J. McRoberU CwhU dustries. CINCINNATI, O. Chicago Ho. 1 11 .....34am ......184pm fun-th- pm Mason Hotel first-cla- 'Wonders ol tbo Ajre. In these days of new methods and appliances, photography has becoroo an irt known and used the world over. thousands of pictures are taken every lay, of people and thing?, and nearly ill the wonder at it has d4cd awtty. ,Vo one is nowadays prevented front having his likeness hamlet down to posterity, and strange nnd interesting things are explained far more readily and exactly to the minds of men tthau n be done by pen or pencil. It is rather a source of rgTct that knowledge of the art did not cxirt in the :cnturica that have gone. Then might the world at the preeewt time know more of what has gone before. A snap shot of Demosthenes addressing the Athenians, or of Socrates and bis d4V clplc, would be most interesting, and a photo of honest 'Will Shakespeare might do away with much dtecusalon about mooted paintings and butts. But &f late years, things still more wonderful to ua have come to pass. Not only is it easy to impress the appearance of men upon the negative, but their every movement can now be recorded for reproduction, on subsequent occasion. Whatthia means, we have not yet come wonto realize, but we sit in open-eye- d der, beholding men walking and horses running and ships steaming away over the seas Already, many of those whose living pictures have been taken have passed away from the scene of action, and yet it is possible to see them walking and talking as of yore. This of witchcraft, and yet srtill more marvelous things are in at ore for us. The tones of the human voice are preserved in the rolls of the phonograph. It will not be long before a new invention will record the sights and their accompanying sounds at the same time. One can then press a button and hear and see the production of an opera, or hear again the advice and sec the features of his ancestors who have long since gone the way of all mankind. Well may we ask ourselves what the end of it all is to be. sa-fo- OLD-TIM- E CHRISTMASES. rite Uten Wroaghl Dorics; tbe Half Centarjr. Woaderfal Chntiajta Thnt Havt) lrft The Christmas of 1817 was a simple ind tender affair, consisting mainly of stockings. Santa Claus and with a The presents were home-madfew added sweetmeats nnd toys. Think of the changes! An orange was a sight are now. more rare than custard-apple- s A banana 1 do not remember having seen before 1830. Farmers used old s to shoot the squirrels for a Christmas pic or what we used to call the "Queen's arms." These were British muskets, enptured during the revowas lution. The first breech-loade- r patented in 1838; but they were not in common use. We went in thick stogn boots because rubbers were barely known; and I do not think n rubber well-fille- d e, flint-lock- rs ing for ten years. Tho first Good. oar patent was taken out in 1835. About the same time the first machine was put in operation for making pins, while for pens we used goosc-qulll- s or even It wan, howecr, a peculiarly inventive period. All the s that nro most familiar to us were then novelties and costly. A bunch of pins in n Christmas stocking was not despised. If a box of matches could have been had it would have been a welcome gift from Santa Claus. Tho stockings were hung up by the huge old fireplace, where great log burned and coals were covered up at night. In rural sections we had never seen n scuttle of coal, nnd had only heard of it as an effort to burn black lamps marked the stones. Whale-oi- l advanced line of progress In lighting streets and houses. There was no dream of canned fruits nnd cocoa and chocolate, although wo had plenty of tea Iien-qulIls. boot was in existence. What we had were n sort of Indian moccasin imported from Brazil, capnblo of wear- The' Havana Limited. Tho first American railway to announce train service for tho especial benefit of travol lo tho West Indies has been heard from. Tho Queen &. Crepcent Route are announcing a fast train known aa tho "Florida and Havana Limited," It will go Into service from Cincinnati to Tampa, Jacksonville, Miami, Mobllo nnd Now Orleans. This exponent of tho genuino American idea of getting into tho field early will be a complete vcstlbuled service, with diners, observation cars, wldo vestibules, electric headlights, and all tho paraphernalia of tho modern railroad train. It is chiefly to bo marked as being first In tho field for the new territory which Is just coming under tho protection' of tho greatest Hag on earth. Train will mnko fast tlmo to ports named and will connect with flnu steamer service to various ports in Cuba, Porto Itlco nnd Jamaica. It marks a new era in railroad in t: in this country. I'lefvwl't fr THE OLID 12EIIjIA.BXiH 3HU m w The Cineinnati Weekly CommereialGazette (Weekly Edition of the Commercial Tribune ) twEek" 50 CENTS PER YEAR i Stockholders Meeting A meeting of tho stockholders of Oho Lincoln 'Purity National Ilnnk ot Rnnfnrd will Ik) held at their banking Iioum) tho Tuesday In January, IhUO, for the purpose, of electing 11 directors for tho enitulnir enr. J. 11. OWSLEY, Cashier. mh-oi- knick-knack- Send sc in Stamps for our 132-pa- ge Lirgc Illustrated Catalogue of Premiums offered with the Weekly Commercial Gazette. Published every Tuesday morning It has the most complete and reliable Market Reports. It is Republican to the core, but never ofiensive. Its departments relating to Farming, Labor, Manufacturing and Legislation are of the greatest value to every reader. It is an up e family newspaper. It has ten pages compactly filled with the most important news of the world, and just what the family fireside most enjoys. to-dat- Stockholders' Meeting. A meeting of tho stockholder of tho Klrt.t National Bank of Stanford will be held at their banking house the second Tuesday in Jnnnnry, 1S99. for tho purnosu of electing 11 directors for the ensuing your. JOHN J. McUOliEKTS, Cashier. Special inducements to club agents. mailed on application. Address Sample copies Stockholders' Meeting. - feya? IEBmi ft 1tW r L rV COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE CO., Cincinnati. -- KfA 1 . - . .TJlJJ - H. C. RUPLEY, iliIiaillatllB 4 Iancaster, Kentucky. The Merchant Tailor Hlng oot tho old Ring In tho new MKMcerXfdu Ri2 0ut ttf c r'nf t0 you IUS U0 trU0 " e veVf am ,ruc nm PRICE, Receiving his Fnll And VlnterGoods. DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Stanford. Ky. Lincoln Co. Bonos jkW si Wednesday, court-houn- firi 9J mmmTmW fit LLLLBeBHaVnnLLe I AM YEARS OLD. 07 remsdj eqoa.1 to lit. llrll's llns-lar- . Honey, ft tlTtsqotck and prrmasent relief tacrlpaewcUMcooiheaAdrolda. ttmaJcra wek I oar etronf. Mr. M. A. MrtcaUe, BattUaOnly. 25e., 6O0. and $1.00 SIim BE SURE YOU GET ! never nan w Nature's most natural rtmly, Improved by science to a Plcsssmt, Pcrmancat, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wormucus Is cut out ; tho rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough. SOLO BY ALL QOOD DHUQQI8T n Or. Bill's PiM-Tar-lt- ttr 1 UNDERTAKER! J H.BAUCHIY1AN&CO Henriqunrtcrs For old-tim- m TAKE THE nnually Shipstuff, Hay, Cornchop, Oats, &c. Cypress Shingles. 1 on cftec-ttiall- yi The Popular Route to A.C.S1N&J Metal Roofing. 4?z ( - Iron Fence. STANFORD, KT. Mill Work. or- - CHICAGO. Vice-Pre?. Nw -- nnsT line "Big Four Route," d. FIRST Lap Robes, Horse Blankets, Storm Aprons, In the city. Remember our line of Hancl- Macle Harness. B. K. WEAREIV & SON. Toledo and Detroit. CHICAGO. j ST. LOOTS BOSTOIT. 4 Brown Wagons, Timothy and Clover Hay, Billboards, .TJ". Spring Vehicle of All Kimle. new ttohb:. Wagons, - Gtc. Record. A. A, McKlnney.AasUtAntCubler. ID. BRica Ecn?. " THE INTERIOR JOURNAL it Hooker's . Just rocoivod u full stock flooring, celling and finishing. A.C. Slno. Stanford, Kv., - Dec. 6, t8c;8 m m Window lights, putty, etc.. at Craig fresh, Chasi: & Sanhoiin's coiroc, always at Hlggins A McKlnney's. " m .. corn in oxchancc for nosH, saddles, lap robas, Ac. J. C. Will take i har-- ( Me-Clary. E. 0. Walton, Hubikkbs Manaokr. BlKiINNlNO Jun. 1, 180U, my terms will bo strictly cash, which moans I WlDK OlMCN. Our iloliday goods are will credit nobody. A. S. Price, Dent and we have a"da:ttllng display." Warist. ren & Shanks. McKlNNKY boasts a lady undertaker. NlCK assortment of Lamps, Dinner Miss Jotuilo Huston is manager there Sets, Chamber Sets, Salad Dishos, Ac., of Mr. G. H Jeter's branch undertak- at HigginsA McKlnney's. ; jTxiivyjjui IlJffl kv I m m ww wri ffl'ffT hj T) thrift Yoi'lt doctor gives you thy right prescription, Imi tinier It Is properly tlHwl, you cun't riMfuniibly expect good rosutls. It Is always uceuruteiy prepared and of the very bust mutcrt aid at Penny's Drug Store. PEBSOKAL AND SOCIETY ing establishment ami makes a capital one. te r 4 pV tick-el- s Tint L. A N. will bull round-tri- p for the holidays at U furus. Sale Mlts. J.S. Hick went to Lotilsvllla Due. 22 to 25 and .'tu, 31 and Jan. 1, good Okcoui'M) the liquor men of Hlch- yi'Mitrday. mond will contest the election, which ' to return Jun. I. MliS. Ku PiiytoN Is visiting Mrs. A. showed u majority of 121 against them. GlLHHRT. Win. X. Gllbort, brother They always do It. K. Gibbons in Danville. n J. S. HttKD bus rtmtotl thooottuge ad- of Mr. C. Vanoy, died Monday night JXJ of pneumonia, aged 05. He hud buon Tiiosk owing tho old firm of Cash A by A. B. Florenua. vertised McClure are earnestly requested to cull Mil. J. M. MOUNT, of LuGrungo, was a complete Imbeollo ull his life. at J. K. VnuArsdule A Son's store and with friends hary ywtorday. Wk have only six nice collarettes sottlo at once. II. D. McClure. MR. AN'D MltH. J. B. MARTIN aru which wo ofTar at hiilf price. This Is a visiting relative In Midway. 10 Uhlow. George Weatherford groat loss to us. but goods must bo sold Carroll Portman, wfio lias u store and not carried over. Severance A telephoned us from Hustonvlllo Wedin Lexington, id visiting his parent nesday that the bust thermometer In Sons. hero. town registered 10 bolow zero that BROAUDU8 loft Wednesday ARMI FOR Chrlstmu9 presents you can llnd morning. ... nw for Lincoln county, Now Moxlco, to nt W. W. Withers' sotiiothlng both U. W. Huntkr, of the Kimball Music locate. useful and ornamental In Hocking Miss Maiiik Warrkn left vostor-Dr- . Chairs, Rugs, Center Tables, Writing House, Lexington, will be In Stanford come lime during tho holidays. Those Klkln, Desks, Ac. duy to visit hur aunt, Mrs of his patrons, and others wishing first- in Atlanta. Holiday goods of every description class piano work, may Icavo orders at William Kissicic, of Lexington, nlllpo. spent tuvcral duys with Mrs. William candy ia great variety, fruits of utmost lila every kind, toys In endloss variety and Hamilton. Badly Burnkd The little girl of Mil. J. S. BLRDKOlt is back from a oysters, celery, Ac, in abundance. Mattle Greenlee, colored, caught lire In John H. Meier. ploimnnt vUlt to his wlii'" playing with matchos yesterday Covington. FlRR works of allkluds, toys in end at"' vvus badly burned about the breast Mr. J. G. MARTIN Is recovering loss variety, hunJredsof kinds of can nil face. Dr. W. N. Craig va9 called from a surgloul operation performed a dy and a big line of Santa Clans' sup ! dress tho burns, which, while serfew days ago. plies generally at Mrs. J. T. Sutton's, ious, are not likely to prove fatai. MRS. G. A. LACKRY and Dr. I'. W. near Huatotivlllo. W. IT. BRADY'S stoic Is now loaded Logan were reglsterou at LouUvllla down with everything good to oat. Wit send six niks with tills issue houls Tuesday. Mrs. William Morrijnu un4 ton, uud will print eight next time. If you Prices high us a kite. Stick and mixadox- Robert, took thuir linal leave for Lex- have anything u udvtrtlso and want ed candy 75c a pound: oranges )iaoplc to know where you are at, send on; bananas $2 doswn: nuts $1 pound ington Wednesday. and everything else in proportion. If Mr. and Mrs. J, J. McHorkkts In your advertisement early. you want to get robbed call in. room at Dr. will move to lh A crriiOAltt) In the St. Asaph Hotel W. N. Craig's, Jan. 1. FOR Gamino. Unlw Hansford, Cor- dining room was discovered on tire J. L. ANDKMHON, Of WHfrJllBjftOH. D. Monday night, but the llamas were ex- nelluH Stokeloy, Tom Kennedy, Will C., arrived Wednesday tospewl Chrfcv-mu- s tinguished before much damage wus Lovelace, Bill Bogle und John Smith, with his homefolk. r all colorud. who were indicted last done. The origin is a mystery. Mk. Thomas M. Owslky earns up grand jury for gaming, wora arrested Mark Hardin sought to economic yostorday and will bo tried before from Bowling Green yesterday lospend by stopping tils display advertisement Judge Bailey today. Lovolace gave a fw days with the homofotks. MARK Hardin and wife attended the In this papur. It took him only u fuw bond, but the others are in jail. marriage of his brother, Joe Hardin, weeks to Ibid it poor economy, so hu ClIANOHD Clotiiks. Mrs. Jnmcs to Miss Curd, of Somerset, WodnoMluy. begins this Issue with another. Hoad Swayne is In jail at Williamsburg, havMr. Bkiikll Chancellor drove the It. only hlolgh that xo saw this snow. 1I Storl Burnkd. W. S. Cain's store ing permitted her husband to don her came into town behind a Heel hpan and at Ku bunks burned Tuesday night, clothes nnd leave his cell, when sho took u number of bis friends a splti. causing a los of nbout $1,S00. The went to visit blra. Swayne was in prisMR. II. N. WaRK Is up from Wash- building was owned by Dr. Hd Alcorn, on for stealing and while thu dovotlon ington county to eo bis mothur. He of Hustonvlllo, and was Insured for of his wife is to bo commended, the carelessness of the jailer deserves confarms in that county and lives at Lobu-no- n j:i(W. Cain hud $1,000 on his slock. . demnation. whore his children are being eduTlIK Baker trial, (or the murder of cated. TUB signal eervlco sent two disSheriir Will White, of Clay county.wns LAND AND STOCK. Miss Kulau Juan Wallack, who called at Burbourvillo and continued patches about tho cold wavo which has boon visiting Miss Isabella Bailey, came Tuesday nleht sending the mertill next spring on account of absent considerleft Wednosday for Fort Smith, Ark., witnesses. The prisoners will doublless cury to 3 below zero. It was very cold J. C. McClury has bought able corn at Sl.Il'j delivered. much to the regret of the many friends ull day Wednesday but yesterday morbe returned to the jail here. E. P. Woods bought of Wm. Beck she made hero. ning at (i, tho mercury had crawled up and sons a bunch of hogs at - SO. W. CARTKR, JR., wus bid a DR. I. SOMR gun left his horse to 17. It moderated very much during Jones & Sloun's livery stnble in Lextearful adieu by his family and friends hltehe.1 back of J. K. VunAredalc A tho day and today it will bo still warm-oington burned and with it 11 horses. Wednesday, when no left for WuH Son's store Monday tiight and the oor with thrcutnlng weather. Glenheim, a half brother to the great CHIT. Col., to locato for the practice of thing shivered there till next morning. u splendid Such lieartloss brutes ought to bo doOn Thanksgiving day Hamburg, was sold to Morris Bros., Mad Doos. his profession. Dr. Carter is dentist, as well aH an excellent young ing time in tho penitentiary for cruelty an old dog, which bud been In William for $3,000. Wednesday, San Antonio, Tex., had Cordler's family at Rowland for years, man and wo hope ho will llnd as warm to animals. tho heaviest fall of snow it has known went mad and it was promptly killed. friends In tho wild west as he leaves in HURT. A piece of coal fell on Fire It bit another dog belonging to him, in 20 years. Kentucky. was J. Carroll Bailey sold to George B. been man J. It. Alol'herson s ueuu as lie however, und Tuesday It developed rubJ. W. BROWN, Ksq.. who has working on his engine at Cor bin Tues les. Mr. Cordler and 6on, John, were Taylor, of Nlcholusvllle, a roadster Texas, for eight years, at Aransas Pass, day, cutting un ugly gash in his bead both slightly bitten by him before he gelding for S100 was into feco us Tuesday, looking and rendering him unconscious for scv joined the one above and the latter Thompson & Brown bought of W. II. just as young us ho used to be. Texas oral hours. An artery was also cut and Hudson, of Adair, 25 yearling and two- fearing hydrophobia went to McKin gcoms to havo Borvcd him woll, but he You May Find Just What You Want. ho suffered great lo?s of blood. cattle at 3.83. noy und hud Mrs. Anne Dudderur's fa- - ycar-olthinks Ml. Vernon too good a place to Strayed or Stolen. Two yearling TUB "plzon" squire, W. A. Coffey, mous mud stono applied. It fulled to leave forever and will scttledown there law und roam no more. IBs and a jury lined W. K. Llpo, of McKln-ne- adhere after rejieated trluls nnd both cattle, 500 to 700 tbs. Disappeared to practice CO ago. Reward. G. S. Shelby, $2u each In three cuses for selling father and son have ceased to fcol three weeks wife will remain in Texas till next Shelby City. spring. an intoxicant similar to beer, but label alarmed. W. C. Carpenter sold "Wm. Ruble, of ed "Extract of Wee." Ho couldn't pay FRANCIS. Sorrow's cupof sorrow for LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Garrard, a bunch of butcher cattle at It and is spending these cold days in Mr. S. V. Bowland, was full to over374. jail. C. C. Smith was also lined S10 for sowing before, but he iseallcd to drink 3c. also two cows and calves for CHUlSTMAS dhimondsat Hamilton1. Uarrodsburg Sayings. selling illegally. He will appeal his It and more to the drees. In a fow HlNOS, bracelets, watches, Ac. Ham- case. This must bo a mistake. The Winshort montliH ho has followed to tho chester Sun says: "W. B. Kldd bought . ilton. r r Tin: list of clabns, which is to bo gruvo u loved wife, a favorite daughter-in-la- of Thomas Raborn !S export cattle, Lamps from 25o to $10 at Warren A published as u Christmas serial story, and and a worthy weight 1,450 pounds, at 51c." Shanks' begins lu this Issue. Thero are many now his onlv sister Is taken. Mrs. Kllza A RED Duroc boar weighing l.r Stop at Wee's stable when you go to colums of It and many more to follow, Rowland Francis, mother of Gov. pounds came to ray tilaeoelx weeks ago. where many a man will see for thu first Francis, of Mlshourl, died at his home Owner can get by paying for this Danville court Monday. time his name in print and experience in St. Louis Monday, aged 70. Truly notice and his keep. I. M. Bruce. t ANYTHING you want in sterling sib that delightful feeling told of by Byron, Mr. Rowland's sorrows tread upon each The biggest ealo of wheat in many vor novelties at Hamilton's. follow, but sustained who remarked on one occasion: " "Pis other so fast they years in St. Louis, was niado Monday, 03 trader, rugs at reduced prices pleasant, sure, to see one's name in bv an unfalterinir trust In God he can whec Mike Shano.n GOOD lino of say with simple faith: The Lord gave disposed of 500,000 bushels. Dan Milfor Christmas presents. Severance A print, a book's a book although nothing and tho Lord has taken uwuy; blessed ler wus the purchaser at (i8le. In't.' Sons. be tho namo of tho Lord. At tho Dexter Park horse exchange Church Social.. There will bo a DON'T let thu row year catch you s animals brought an Judge Parker sot aside 07 church social at thu Christan church Skt Asidr. owing for your paper, but come at once of $335. Both buyers and sell-or- s next Saturday, 17th, from 2 to i 1'. M., the verdict found by tho Loxlngton average and lot us give you a receipt. were astonished at tho prices. Mary " to which every member of tho congre- jury which gave Fireman Tannehill that Mr. H. T. Cincinnati Uogau, owned by Scott Newman, of Tin: statement gation is cordially invited. Tho ladles $1,500 damages against tho Esa v had sold his place to Dr. DavUon will serve light refreshments. All who Southern. Iio testilied that on Aug Louisville, was sold for S00. Ii. R. Kurly, of Woodford, bought seems to have been a mistake. feel disposed are requested to bring f, 18117, while ho was tiring an engine with them a suitable offering for tho In Kiinr'a Mountain tunnel, he was Iho Will Graham farm of 500 acres on P.Ol.K MiLLKR, the llncst delineator Orphans' Homo in Louisville. Let no severely burned In tho face anil eyes the Russell Cavo pike, six miles from N'orrrn linrxu!tor 111 tllO COUIltry, is F.arly rocently nn kIhv iiivuv. us u iTouiinil reunion of iiml his throat badlv iniurod by Humes Lexington, at S100 booked to appear hero In January. is much desired und will whieh burst out of tho firo box of the bought the Slmmon3 farm on the Mays-vill- e tho members pike at tho same rate per aero, engine, and that he swallowed u quan Id-:- . Sovoral of our enterprising be much onjoyed. the two costing him over $100,000. (D tity of the llamos. On tho other hand farmors, Including Mr. Bedell Chuncol- The Lexington Herald says that W. ItKMKMliBRlNU our experience of 10 thn railroad's witnessos testified that . ice n,000 riOKcn eggs overy gathorod good lor, W. Gill ships yours ugo next Sunduy, when w fell tho plaintiff was not In tho tunnel and month from Lexington to eastern mara thigh, was never Injured at all, and that the kets and estimates that since Mr. Gill on thu ley sidewalk and broke V he has of the Full lino of preity and etyllsh cter-lln- we take the middle us slick street when tostlmony of the doctors showed that has been in the business, which If ship- plac2,100,000 dozen eggs, ped as glass. On tho pavements are sliver novoltits at Mrs. A. A. tho plaintltT did not consult aphytlclan oil cnu io enu, woum rcuuit uum n Miss Mary Bruoe's. Call the way to our olllco Wednesday 1 until soma nine days after ho had said to Boston, a distance of $40 ucoplo romarked, "You are a middle- - ho hud beou Injured. It was very evi miles. and see them. man I see now," while " i storm-Id- l' dent thero was gross porjury somo- McKlnloy ut Atluntu: "Every sol AN Uncle Tom's Cabin Co. one fair, fat and forty glrllo said with whero. Judge Parker said ho was thank goodness it emphasis: "Id hato to be so old und dier's gravo inudo during our unfortutho State, but For those who had rather save a dollar or two than greatly surprised by tho verdict, and nate civil war is a tribute to tho Amerhuan't usked tho manager or the upera rickety, I couldn't walk on tho paveyou too. We are oilerh ho believed everybody elso who heard and the time has now come a present, wo are prepared for House hero for u date yet. ment." But wo passed on in silence, the testimony, except tho jury who ren- ican valor, of sentiment nnd feel- Overcoats, Blankets, etc., at greatly reduced prices. in tho evolution meditating on tho vanities of life, the dered it, was also surprised. AN examination for diplomas of grading, under tho Providence of God,whon in tho world of wits thero are uation of pupils In common school number W. M. Mutheny sold 50 turkeys in tho spirit of fraternity we should will bo held tho last Thurs- and old maids who havo missed tho .,. Mrs. nh.lat!iin A Cn. - 3(50. or 7o a share with you in tho care of tho graves branchcj 1 V . ww. for to muko some poor fellow mis IU U. AW. W.w-.- . day in January und June, '09. G. Sin- chanco soldiers. " I I of tho Confederate pound. crablo. gleton. GOSSIP. forget to have your picture taken at Harp's art gallery when you come to Stanford during the holidays. DON'T ... Is The Place to Find fcl7c3ra.cI.:irc"io. JO&iiaridkiiLJLXJS. i . W ii m m Useful Holiday (rifts m m Medallions, Wave Crest Ware, Sterling Silver Articles, grand-daught- er i up-stal- Nail Files, Seal Combination Cloth, Hair and Tooth Brushes, Manicure Sets, Embroidery Scissors and Pocket Knives, Dressing Combs. BOOKS. A large selection of the latest Miscellaneous from the standard authors. GAMES. A fine assortment of the newest out. Necktie Boxes, Picture Frames, Photograph Albums, Bisque Figures, Perfume Boxes, Comb and Brush Sets. For price I can DOLLS in quality and invitation isnot be- beaten. A cordiall extended to Everybody. GOODS. imTOY Glove, Handkerchief and Transparent Celluloid m son-of- -a jfed Any Help ? r, About Selecting Your Christ mas Present ? Read The Follwing List. Blankets, Comforts, O Overcoats, o Socks, Ties, O Collars, Cuffs, d y, .i -- . i. -- o o m m w eon-ln-la- w, ... u well-know- n Ught-harnes- ' Mat-tlng- ly i four-inc- h Weil-day- tr A i.ex-Ingto- 1 o Hoods, Handkerchiefs, Pocket Books, Umbrellas, Gloves, Fine Shoes, Towels, Shirts, Initial Handkerch'fs, Table Linens, Napkins, Collarettes, Cloaks, Mufflers, &c, &c. Fascinators o n O t I Severance & Sons ,.A ,!- - ' m - f V " Tfl-- fr !'MJ. . I Hi i' y; ,J i W. D. Coode, 2 haul 2 work 3.50 Alex Cooch, 3 days' work 1.50 Timothy Cooch, 3 do 1.50, FrJnk Coode, 3 do 1.50, Henry P. Civens, 3 do I.50, Bud Gooch, 3 do 1.5U, Fred Gadlousky, 3 do 1.50, Thomas Gill, 3 do 1.50, George Gooch, 3 do 1.50, Qharled Gouglufi; 3 do 1.50, Nick Glut-!- , 5 hauling 7.50, iluy Greybeal, 3 days' work 1.50, si'AiN'H um:A'ir.sT ni:i:d. CHRISTMAS DAY Charles Hunn, 3 do 1.50, Geo. Gooch, 3 do 1.50, Mr. It. 1. Ollt In, tit lUrrelona, Spain, rnil Id The following Is by n Lincoln county winter at Aiken, S. O. Wcnk nerves hail rauwtl Tho Parmcro Hunk & nut Co., lo.Mt cd THE INTERIOR JODRHAL Carson Gover, 3 haul 3 work 4.50, Edward Hunn, 3 do 1.50, boy, who Is too mrJdest to lot us tell his OTtro palm In lit: luck of Ills head. Oj liing at Stanford, In tho Btalo of Kentucky. Harrison Hocker, 3 do 1.50, Hiram Grant, 3 days' work 1.50, Electric lllttem, AinwU'iRivatMtlllioUinl Nerro (.'losing up Iti nlTnlM. All creditors of nftlil name: not Mod to rt Hiram Hubble, 3 do 1.50, Ittmcdy, all jnln soon left liliu. Hosay tMigraml UiwiW tlifjreforo itro John Goetha, Jr., 3 do 1.50, Hunk for jwiy Christmas tlma Is hero again. mnlklno It wliat li Is country nrctli. All America sont thulr cliilmtniilifttMild Caleb Hubble, '4 haul 3 work (J.00, tmuit. John Gcotlia, 4 haul 3 work G.00, Ana nappy arc wo ail, knows that It cir IWeratuI klilnoy trouMr, pur-- I J n.OWrff.r.Y, Ou.lilor Whoti wo hear tho turkey Robblor rtra tho Mixwl, tone-- , up tliu itomarli, strengthens John M. Griffin, 2 days' work 1,00, Baker Hubble, 3 (lays' work 1.50, Glvo its tuoHt molotllous cull. fo Into uu'ry thonrrtia puts Tim, rlguf anil new Tho Lincoln County National Hunk, of George IIoup, 3 do 1.50, For wo know he's nottltip fatter Isaac Gillispio, 2 do 1.00, muvle, nerve and orgsn of tho body. If weak, tlrol Ptanforil, Ky., hit suVruoduil tho Partner And will make tho table groan, (Contimicil from 3d page.) W. Huston, 3 do 1.50, or ailing you Heul It. '.tr bottla jrunraiilttil' Hunk .V Trust Co.. of Stanford. Ky., anil Ilorton Givens, 3 do 1.50, When no's placed upon tho platter hut ruMimcd nil lu llabllltltw. usut4 nnd only fiu rent. Sold by l'rnny'a Drug Stort. Bill Hocker, 3 do 1.50, V. Floyd, 3 do 1.50, wo eat without And L. Cat Givens, 3 do 1.50, moan. on tire busl lit'. I It 8. II. SHANKS, Prtwlik'tit. Oh sets my head to whlrlln' Mrs. Mary Fussor, of Now York, bo J. P. Hubble, 3 do 1.50, James Floyd, 2 hauling 3 wk 3.50 Elmer Gooch, 2 do 1.50, J. II. OWSI.KV, Chltr. And I can't Btay in ono spot. catno angry at a cat that had stolen a W. C. Hays, 3 do 1.50, When tho turkey's on tho table Rube Graves, 2 do 1.00, Abe Faulkner, 2 work 1.00, And tho 'puddluV' in tho pou plcco of bread. Sho throw pussy in tho do 1.10, John Ilurp, L. M. Graves, 2 do 1.00, A. G. Faulkner, 3 do 1.50, Then wo glvo thanks to God above. stove uud Is now in Jail. J. C. Hays, Gk hauling 3 work 9.75, For lucky aro wo till, W. B. Gooch, 2 do 1.00, Frank Foshoner, 2 do 1.00, Loulsvlllo. Ky., Who llvo to praise this God of lovo Evan Harris, G hrs' work 35c, Garner, 3 do 1.50, Luther Raymond Foshoner, 2 do I'.od, And hear the dinner cull. AMERICAN &EUR0PEAN Charles Garner, 2 haul 3 work 3.50, Wesley Hughes, G no 35c, To church we ko and pray to Ilini Geo. Freeman, 3 do 1.50, x nat wo may prosperous bo, SALE. "Woodard Garner, 3 dayb' work 1.50, James nocker, 1 days work 50c, Arch Fletcher, 3 do 1.50, And that this day to others may 3 do 1.50, Charles Hocker, 1 do 50c, The Lnillcs Itostatirant la the finest in Bo what it Is to mo. If not 'sold prlvutelv buforo Suturdiiv. James Fletcher, 4 haul 3 wk 6.00, Milford Garner, Piv. 17th, 1MS I will soil tit public miction tho city. Every cotivoniunce for Indies Oh ! then we sea just how wc etutid, Mrs. L. D. Garner, 5 hauling 7.50, George Heath, G hrs' work 35c, Iwclniitug ut I p. m., jny llotol proporty In spending the dnv In tho city. Wm. Fletcher, 3 days' wk 1.50, And happy Is our lot, McICIntioy, tnguthnr wit hit furtilttiro.com-pteto- ; L. Gooch, 5 do 7.50, J. K. Helm, 0 do 35c, (ientluiun'a Citfu on olllc'o floor. Who havo turkey on tho table & Son, 3 do 1.50, B. Farris two tltti! Ji'Moy Cow, Ac. Tumi And "puddin''' in tho pot. days' work 25c, 1 days' work 50c, George Horton, Tilden Gooch, inndo known oti dnv of ttrtlo. THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, Rube Farris, 3 do I. SO, This day will soon bo past nnd gono l. V. OUKKN, Mclvlniu'.r.. Charles Hocker, G lira' work 35c, John Gooch, 1 do 50c, Mmin'cr. And who of us can say M. Feland, stone for bridge A. That wc shall live, receive and clve, J. C. Harris, 3 days' work 1.50, Henry Green, 1 haul 3 work 2.50, Music TiiO't lax', Tnursday and yttnilar 5.00, Christinas Kvuniiiw. W. S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., Emil Greenherg, 3 days' work 1.50, John Herzog 13 days' hauling 19.50, If On another whnt waits day? me, I could seo for Frederick, 2 days' work 1. 00, Bill Between this day and then, W. II. Harris, 5 do 7.50, B. W. Givens, 2 haul 2 work 3.50, Ky. I would grow as you should know, John Farmer, 3 do 1.50, 3 days' work 1.50, R. J. Hogue, Fred Goctz, 4 days' work 1.50, Tho most miserable of incu. Tcoth Extracted Without Pain I Wm. Frances, 3 do 1.50, Then wc should all be merry, Sherman Goode, 3 do 1.50, Ed IIoup, 3 do 1.50, Even if wo may not With YltttllzMl Air. l'hyslclitn In attendJ. B. Farris, Jr , 3 do 1.50, Jno. Von Greuegin, G haul 3 wk fl.30 Ed Hughes, 3 do 1.50, IIave turkey oti the tnblo ance. haul 3 work 3 50, Will Goode, 3 days' work 1.50, Dink Farmer, 2 5 haul 3 work 7.50, " in tho pot. V. A. Ilorton, Andpuddin' OflU'o In tho Now Thompson Hullaing. TS Composed by X. T. W. J. Ed Fitzwater, 3 days' work 1.50, S. Von Grciiegin, G haul 3 work 0.00 M. A. Hughes, && haul 3 work S.25, Wm. Fagaly, 4 do 1.50. AXARUUWESCAl'K. Wallace Goode, 3 haul 3 work 4.50, Jim Hutchison, 3 haul 3 work 4.50, Thankful wonU written hy Mrs. Ada IL Hart, of I will sell privately my hotnt on Ilanvllln work 1.50, B. F. Fcrrill, 9 haul 3 work 13.50 Fred Gooch, 3 haul 3 work 4.50, Jenc Hutchison, 3 days' (JruU.n, S. I. "Was taken with a had cold whleh iilko, Hi miles front At mi ford. Contain hauling 4.50, 1'.' seltlod on my lunirs; couch set In and finally A. Fox, 3 Tom Gooch, 3 do 3 do 4.50, . John Hazlitt, 3 do 1.50, ncrvt. Is woll Improvod nnd ono of tho UKOOKL.YN. In Consumption. Kour doctors jrarc mo nicest place about town. Orocnberry Feland, 3 days' work 1.50, 3 do 1.50, Geo. Gaddis, 2 do 3 do 3.50, 5am John Hutchison, up, saying I rould live hut a short time. I gave Hrlght, tnuforil, Ky. t)j myselfup to my Savior, determined If I could not Bruce Fagaly, 3 do 1.50, Dave Holtzclaw, 1 do 50c, Ben Grcsham 3 days' work 1.00, : stay with my frltjnds on earth, I would meet my Fagaly 2 do 1.25, W. R. Holtzclaw, 3 do 1.50, do 75c, Gale Gaddis, John aWnt onei aluvo. My husband was advise.! to get Dr. King's New Discovery for Cbuiuniptlon Co., Eugene Hays, 2 do 1.50, Haydeu Grider" 2 do 1.00, Lilborn Floyd, 3 do 1.50, Coughs and Colds. 1 car It a trial, took In all Of No. Sll Fourth Ave, Wm. Hasty, 3 do 1.50, W. M. Holtzclaw, 3 do 1.50, KOUNDICD 1H06, ohn Fletcher, 5 do 1.50, eight dottles. It has cured me, and, thank iod, I - am saved and now a well aud healthy woman." do 1.50, Jack Hasty, 4h Harvey Helm, 2 do 1.00, W. G. Fletcher, 3 do 1.50, Trial lottlesrrcc at IVuuy's Drug More. Ifcyular Will ho at tho John Hughes, 2 haul 3 work 3.50, Buck Holtzclaw, 4 haul 3 work 0.00, sire 50c and 81.00 Guaranteed or nrlce refunded. hauling 7,50, John Fletcher, 5 f St. Asaph Hotol, Stanford, TuesGreen Higgins, 3 days work 1.50, Money Florance, 3 haul 4 wk 4.50 R. S. Hughes, 2 haul 3 work 3,50, bTANKOItl), KY Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, mother of day, Jan. 3, 1899. Wm. Hale, 3 do 1.50, Same, viewer on county road 1.00, lion. Mordecal Williams, who was tho Jim Florence, 3 work 1.50, Ueturnlngono day In eitch month. Charles Hocker, 2 days' work 1.00, B. D. Holtzclaw, 5 haul 3 work 7.50, Into democratic candidate for Congress George Frost, 3 do 1.50, 3 days' work 1.50, from tho 9th district, died at her homo Eyes Zxaalnci and Ohssos SclonUScallj John Hubbard, 3 do 1.50, Elbert Harper, do 1.25, Tom Foley, 2 Wo Imvo jxwtod our UiwN ntnl lieroliy and was takoti to Cincinnati for burial. (62) wnrn nil Adjaitci. Isaac Hubbard, 1 haul 3 work 2.50, Mrs. Harper, 17 loads gravel 1.70, )eioni from tntuii.ini;oii them Dink Farmer, 4 hauling 6.00, for any iurMHt) wlitvor, undor xniiltr ut A. J. Hayden, 4 days' hauling (5.00, the lnw jirovldcd In such days' wk 1.S0, John Henzen, 3 days' work 1,50, Nelson Gooch, 3 S. II. IlAFnilMAN. Joe Hayden, 3 days' work 1.50, Emil Henzen, 1 haul 3 work 2.50, T. H. NKWI.ANI). Luther Gooch, 3 do 1.50, W. IIAL'UIIMAN, A.M. I'KNCK. Shell Hayden, 3 do 1.50, Henry Higgins, 3 days' work 1.50, r r.VTTKIlSO.N, M. H. IIAUOIIMAN. 1.50, Chas. Gerhouser, II. HIIANKri. MIW. V. OUIMIW, John A. Holland, 2 haul 3 wk 4.50, John Hoitzclaw, 3 do 1.50, K. l.YNX. J. K. Itltl'CK. Bill Gibson, 6 do 1.50, II McICIN.NKV. I Bob Holtzclaw, 3 do 1.50, M. WAIt Am Hamm, 3 haul 3 work 4.50, A. M KniNI. J. OWSI.KV, Sit. Fred Gibson, 6 do 1.50, W. II. Hicks, lumber, 1.00, Authur Harris, 3 days' work 1.50, Dan Gooch, 3 do 1.50, W. D. D. Hnvs, 2 haul 3 work 3.50, Tom Harris, 3 do 1.50, W. M. Gilmore, 3 do 1.50, Wm. Hazlitt, 3 days' work 1.50, Harve Helm, do 37c, U hereby given to all jxirvm holillug Wm. Goode, 3 do 1.50, County iloiids of ntrli lSSti, 8mi. 3. to 3 do 1.50, Till Hutchison, 3 do 1.50, George Haggard, prcMMit name to the undersigned Commit Gooch, 2 do 1. 00, tot! for payment. This OoloU-Wm. Haslitt, 3 do 1.50, 17, Hn Squire Haggard, do 1.50, JAS. I' IIAII.F.V. G. VV. Gooch, 2 do 1.00, Hasty, 2i do 1.25, James Holtzclaw, 5 do 1.50, Georcc OHO. II. COOPER, IIAUVF.VIIKliM, F. T. Gander, 3 do 1,50, Albert Hasty, 2 do 1.00, J. W. Harris, G haul 3 work 9.00, Committee For Svxl 30 Days. Ed Graham, 4 do 1.50, Ed Heinze, 3 days' work 1.50, Wm. Holdam, 3 do 1.50, Charles Griffin, 4 do 1.50, Hiram Hubble, do 25c, Walter Hiatt, 2 J do 1.37, Crab Orchard, Ky. Clay Hubble, A hauling 75c, Walter Gooch, 4 do 1.50, George Hays, 1J do 87c, Green Hubble, 3 days' work 1.50, James Hanley, 1A do 75c. Luther Gooch, 4 do 1.50, & T Tama Ia.asi Jess Ham, 3 do 1.50, George Helm, 2 do 1.00, SURGEON, Mack Hocker, 3 do 1.50, C. Jf. Howard, 1 do 50c Gustav Geizel 3 do 1.50, Sam Helm, 3 hauling 3 work 5.70, 3 do 1.50, F. B. Howard, Jas. Gooch, 3 do 1.50, Ofllcoover HlggiiiH.V McKlnnev'n Store. George Haflcy, 2 days' work 1.00, Elmer Harris, 2 do 1.50, Willis Givens, 6 hrs' work 35c, James Hutchison, 2 hauling 3.00, John nerzog, 2 hauling 3.00, Hiram Gilpin, 6 do 35c, Wc will devoto this month to bringing before you substantial articles suitable for R. E: Gaines, 3 haul 3 work 4.50, W. II. Hicks, 4 haul 485 ft lumber John R. Inyart, 3 days' work 1.50, Christmas gifts. Our goods will bo displayed with prlco marked iti plain tljuro Sam Johnson, 3 do 1.50, 10.85, Peter Green, 3 days' work 1.50, Unclortalcor, August Jcustch, 3 do 1.50, Montgomery Howard, 3 work 1.50, Hustonvillo, Kentucky W. D. Gibson, 3 do 1.50, John S. Harris, 3 do 1.50, Gus Jeustch, 4 do 1.50, OOVrs )ilssr'lc J. B. Gooch, 2 haul 3 work 3.5 j, Bailey Hutchison, 3 do 1.50, to tb xupli of Writ Urro'.B Henry Jeustch 4 do 1.50, snl Cjuy counllfj. Full Hk ut Codnssnil Ck John Gooch, 3 hauling 4.50, Ualwarson lisiid. The house wifo nppreemtta nothing woro than beautiful tabic linens, napkins, tow T. J. Hill; 89 loads gravel 7.12, 1). 8. Crinte r, Msnsger, Jim Johnson, 4 do 2.00, 93 els, Ac. Perhaps an elegant Moiuut or Smyrna Kug. All of thoso wo show in va John L Gibson, 2 days' wk 1. 00, Al Horton, 1 days' work 50c, 1 .50, Julius Jesswine, 3 do riety. James Grigsby, 3 do 1.50, Cyle Hail, 1 do 50c, Hill Jennings, 2 do 1.00, GIFTS FOIl MEN. -- Men are pleased with any thing stiitablo to wear or for Taylor Gaines, 3 do 1.50, Mack Hays, 3 do 1.50, James Jones, 2 do 1.00, use. We show a larce variety of Ornstein Illco Co's fino Neck weir, a Mi Wo aro In thu trade with Fall llranclt anil Bunn Gaines, 2 hauling 4.50, assortment of Holiday Handkerchief., Muillei, Glove, Ac , and tho prettiest tlrcfcS othor good CoaN. AImi Hay, Com, Oitt, Virgil Hogue, 2 do 1.00, Wm. Henry James, 3 do 1.50, rlilptu(T, Flour, Ac Wo also lirtndlo Ilrltk Craig Gooch, 3 days' work 1.50, Moes Hill, 3 do 1.50, Shirt ever shown in Stanford nnd Hand. Huinerubfr wc tnUo Farm ProEph James, 3 do 1.50, hauling 2.25, Harrison Helm, 3 do 1.50, ducts In exchangu. Prompt delivery and James Griffin, i John R Johnson, 3 do 1.50, attention to nil order. Ufllce and hc1im Thos. Green, 1 do 1.50, near L. .V N. dciKjt. Telerlntne No. 41. Pierce Jones, 2 do 1.00, J. B. House. 3 do 1.50, PF.imi.V A I'KNCK. Andrew Grubb, 2 days' wk 1. 00, Herman Hilderhraut, 3 do 1.50, P. S. Wtt also curry Nwlng Machines, Gabe Jone., 2 do 1.00, Part and do nil klritls of Wm. Grider, i do 75c, We havo Fncinatora, Zephyr Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, lleauty I'im, Necktiesi reMilrlng. Attactimeuu and John Hogue, 3 do 1.50, (10 Ben Jones, 3 do ! 50, Belts, Silk Waists, S Ik Elastic, belter than you ever saw it, Silk Mlts, Toilet Articles W. Gooch, 3 do 1.50, 3 do 1.50, J. Marshall Jones, J. S. Ilorton, 3 do 1.50, &c, Ac. Thos. Griffin, 3 do 1.50, Same, 3 do, 1897, 1.50, Joseph Jenkins, 3 do 1.50, 2s'OTETHIS. Wo are agents for Htlraers, IUtmunn & Co's Mcn'n Fine Shoes, Logan Guest, 6 do 1.50, George Harris, 3 do 1.50, B. L. Johnson, 3 haul, 3 work and Kreppendorf, Dittrnan A Go's LatlieV Fino Shoes, tho k-s-t factory in the "United OR TRADE. Levi Gastin, 3 do 1.50, James Ed Harris, S do 1.50, 200 ft lumber 5 70, States on Ladies wear. Our aim will always be to fell the best goods and make the D. C. Griffin 1 haul 4 work 2.50, Jacob Humblestein, 2 do 1.00, W. F. Jones, 3 haul 3 work and 25 lowest prices. flilwnll.l f.trin ofSOsrrwi In Soutliratl Kann., JK ihIIm fnmi the MUvitiri line Well IikmIihI, loads gravel G 25, Dock Griffin 1 haul 4 work 2.50, King Huston, 2 do 1.00, rikk! fanning country tlilrkly sttln Will m'll ' for funit In Crnlral Kimi onca.f trrmsortniclr to Frank Hughes, 2 do 1.00, Eugene Jones, 3 days' work 1.50, Jas. Griffin, 3 days' work 1.50. tnely. Cun ay Jl,ui $4,tKi iliilfrrnce In trade. (70) Aildrrsi llox IS, Kianliirt, Ky August Jewortztye, G hauling 9.00, John Griffin, 1 haul 2 work 2.50, Wm. Ilughcd, 3 do 1.50, 3 days' work 1.1)0, John Jewortztye, Jas. L. Gastineau, 3 days' wk 1.50 G. L. Hughes, 2 do 1.00, James Hays, 3 do 1.50, Thos Johnson. 3 do 1 50, John W. Griffin, 3 do 1.50, Jerry Huffman, 3 do 1.50, tyttthew Johnson, 3 do 1 50, Anton Helm, 2A haul 3 wk 4.00, Ben Johnson, 2 haul 1 work 3.50, Tom Gooch, 3 do 1.50, James Hodge, 3 days' work 1.50, Oscar Jones, 2 days' work 1.00, Ceo. Givens, 3 do 1.50, Sam Holmes, 3 do 1.50, Fay Jones, 3 do 1 50, J. D. Goode, 3 do 1.50, Full Course of Study in Literature, Science, Music, Art and Hloetition, under cttl John Jnckman, 1 do 50c, tured and cxperiencctl teachern y haul 2 work 1 75, J. L. Hutchings, 2 do 1.00, Sil's Cover, Special ntteutlon given to Primary and Preparatory Classes, Walter Holtzclaw, 3 haul 3 wk 4.50, Jim Jones, col 3 do J..JH), .Same, 2 haul 3 work 3.50, Call nt the lollee and ot a copy of our Now Catalogue, or write lot one to MHS. 1 50, Ifonrv Jones. 3 do Henry Heater, 2'liaul 2 work 3.50, KAXNIK S.SAUKLKY. Lady Principal. Stanfoid Ky. 1 John 6bode, 4 days' work 1.50, I Win. Hester, 2h days' work 1.25, Oliver Johnson, 3 do 1.50, Geo. Goode, 8 haul 7 work 12.00 Frank Holtzclaw, 2 haul 3 work 3.50 S. D Jeffreys, 0 haul ii work .OU, HUY YOl'K J. M Coode, 2 days' work 1.00, J. 11. Hester, 2 do 3 do 3.50, J. L. Johnson, ') work, plow point vVillie D. Coode, 2 do 1.50, and iiitila 1 75, Lewis Hocker, 3 days' work 1.50, Robt. Coode, 2 do 1.00, 3i haul 3 wk 5,25, W. D. Joluif-on- , Martin Hilton, 3 do 1.50, Arch Creen ij4 haul 3 work 3 00 Joshua Harness, 3 do 1.50, "Wm. Jones, 20 loads gravel 1 20, 3 NOTICE. hm-uh- I I HOHDJ DLgljnS. 11 11 LOUISiZILLE HOTEL -- Hotel And Furniture FOR Lancaster, FIRE INSURANCE Nice Home For Sale. Insuranoe Company OF C li Caledonian Insurance DR. R. GOLDSTEIN. Kentucky, oi Scotland. Wt- - Louisville, R. B. MAHONY, Agt POSTED. cu. 5do Great Bargains W. S NOTICE. I.ln-ro- ln C OVERCOATS & MACINTSHES E. PERKINS. r DR. R. m. PH6LPS, S f homeopathio:physioian Headquarters For Santa Clans ! Stanford, Kentucky. J. T. SUTTONf, GIFTS FOR HOUSEWIFE. NOTICE. Fop The Young Ladies. FARM FOR SALE JOHN P. JONES. Stanford Female College. WILLIAM SIIELTQX, PHESIDEXT. JAt M$k? 7 almfc sm W. M. Gooch, 3 do 1.50, Franklin Gooch, 3 do 1.50, Wm. Griffith, 3 do 1.50, Thos. John?on, 540 ft lumber 5.40, Rube Higgins, 2 do 1.00, James Hamilton, 3 do 1.50, Charles Jncobs, 3 days' work 1 50, ugh Jacobs, 3 do 150, John Hill, 2 haul 2 work 3.50, Leo Hill, 2 days' work 1.00, Johh Jcwruck, 3 do 1.50, ClirUmnn Jeilreys, 3 do 1.50, Authur Hill, 2 do 1.0U, .1 T. Granville Jonen, 3 do 1.50, Hill, Jr., 2 do 1.00, W. P. Ham, 2 do 1.00, P. . Jones, 3 do 1 50, Thos Johnson, 041 ft lumber G.41, T. J. Hill, 2 haul 2 work 3.50, Thomas Hale, 3 days' work 1.50, Reuben G, Johnson, 3 haul 0 wk 4.0 James Hutchison, 2 days' haul 3.00, A. L. Johnson, 0 days' work 1.50, Wm. Hale, 2 days' work 1.00, Jarrctt Johnson, G do 1.50, W. H. Hicks, 1,440 ft lumber 14.40, Bill Johnson, do 25c, Clmrlea Johnson, 1 do 50, George Hasty, 1 days' work 50c, Henry Higgins, 3 do 1.50, 0. V. Jones, 0 hw' work 35e, Tone Hunn, 3 do 1.50, (To bo continued in our next.) Christmas Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Oranges. 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