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Look out for thu ronult of Davison's Dick Curd, of 'Somerset, was fined Tho work of Improving tho 6troats contest for Gllhurt's seat. Wo Hhould $100 for furnishing whisky on election progresses slowly. Property owners havo kept Jackson in the district and day. have received orders to Improve their S'ourth Cincinnati, O, band of tho Methodist then polled a majority Mitllulcnt to Hornstadt, Lutirul, and McAfee, Mer- sidewalks or tho work will bo let out to Tho mission Long Distance Telephone. Call 870. cer, will become money order otllccs, the lowest bidder. church had a candy party Saturday overcome It. On Jan. 1st W. II. Lnnkcy will move Jan. 1. night Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sparks wero hero his livery turnouts to tho stable now W. M. Scars has been appointed Sunday. Misses Carrlo Lair and Berda Itev. Hill, of Wllmore, and hU Hov. B. Blsh, of Canudn, will occupied by W. A. Arnold and tho lat- postmaster at Atoku und C. K. Latham Martin visited Miss Mattle Newcomb Jfll our 'Diamonds aro Carefully salactad in iho rouyA, and conduct tho Y. M. C. A. services Sun- ter will open business in tho stable atFaulconcr. last week. Mrs. Purks, of Missouri, is cut in our factory by Cxport 'Diamond Cuttors. ItJa carry vacated by Mr. Lackey. day afternoon. The house on J. J. Moore's Gllmoro visiting Mrs. Albright, Miss Lena iho jCarycst Stock in the Itfast at tho jCowost SPricos. Clerk Duncan has issued three more farm In Boyle burned. Loss, 8SO0; In- Bontleynlso. Mr. and Mrs. Tho Bazar hold by tho KIiirs Dnuph Stuckey, tors, of tho 1st Presbyterian church, marriage licenses. He says that busi- surance, 8100. of Livingston, are Iri Louisville. Miss STATIONERY. WATCHES. SILVERSMITHS. Tho Somerset Paragon gives A. T. Grlllln Is the guest of Mrs. Franklin. Frldny, consisting of fancy work and ness is always better In that departWe sre Sole Agents for the Our toek of STERLINQ SILOur Department of VER eatables, wub noon over, an everything ment in cold weather. I suppose ho Martin credit for refusing to haul wet We arc happy to learn that the WEDTOILET WARE and Celebrated Patek, Phllllppe & Stationery and EngravDIN Q SILVER li the Co. Our go rapidly. young ludlca thinks this Is true hucauso ho is us voters to the polls. Tho Bold "drys" carried In tho recent elec- moit complete in the Weit. A line watches. everyatock in this ing is thoroughly up. grade and includes few exclutire pattern! of Sterlank as u e $15. The site of the Pass, tions. Tho temperance sentiment Is ling Silver Spoons and Porks at make known to the trade, at and complete at realized I amenable to give dutes, but our Boll county, has been changed two and in every respect. prices to suit everybody. Mr. and Mrs. Charlo Kudo! entergrowing stronger each year In KenS1.00 PER OUNCE. tained Monday evening In honor of young mon will give u hop soon; an en a half miles southwest. tucky and much of the credit for this Send for our Holiday Shopping List, containing many valuable Suggestions. Mail orders promptly attended to. Goods sent to our Patrona on Selection. It Is sent out from Albany that Tlnk excellent state of alfalrs is due to tho their daughter, Misses Margaret and tertainment will be given at tho gradBoyle Itodud. Jr. ed school, a Ferris wneel at tho Christ- Ledbetter, while digging u well, found women, tho mothers who are ever on Amanda, and Mr. ian church aud other appointments $1,000 in gold nnd silver. Mlao Bcfhio Monks onteruilned Wedthe alert when the welfare of sons and Bob Turner, of Nlcholasvllle, an ox- - daughters Is at stake. Tho W. C. T. nesday at luncheon In honor of MUb consistent with tho treason. Mr. E. W. Harris, who assessed tho convict, was shot and dangerously U. Is a power In Wallace, of Vernallleu. the land. city, reorlsS(J dogs, 1SU white voters wounded the other night, but he Dr. J. V. Lynch ha accepted a call Mr. Willis Jones, of Pittsburc. who to tell who did it. 7 For "Wear. to a church In North Carolina and will and 170 colored tutors. According to died Sunday, was Interred In tho ceme Sunday. the rule that there uro live inhabitants Jury nt Richmond in the case ngalnst tery hero Monday, funeral services conpreach his last Hcnnon hero for each tutor, Lancaster would havo Win. Bowman, charged with incest, ducted by Bro. I. IIo U an oloquunt eucakor and bia M. Boswell. Tho deand that in tho case of Henry Jilcs, for ceased was aged (!0 years. His wifo alway show deep thought. Tho l,7U."j people. How is Stanford? Capt. Louis- - Landrum's next issuo of killing Joe GatlllT, hung. M large congregations thai havo gathered preceded by about 18 months. Both were tho Itecord will be the most uttractlvo an Tho Madison county grand jury ad- members of the Christian church. Six from Sabbuth to Sabbath wcro sheet ever Issued In this city, contain journed after returning 10 Indictments. children survive him. Many of bia popularity In Danville. relatives Mandolin and Guitar Club wcro ing llluotratlous of tho public buildings For tho first time In years no indict- - and friends In this county mourn his Tho Children's Apparel Appropriate. professional und business men mont for murder was made. death. much pleased with tho cordial reception and the Hon. Ed Parker and W. II. Jackson, Services at tho Christian church last and largo attendanco at Shelbyvllle. of the city, with appropriate sketches. W Mr. K. E. Hughos, city editor of tho of London, havo deeded to that town, Sunday were unusually Interesting Mies Hock'er ontcrtalnod In their honand Umisvlllo Commercial, und wife, will through the various churches, nine Impressive. All seemed to or. Mayor J. B. FUher is visiting realize that St. LouIh. Misses Fannlo visit rolutlves hure during tho holi- acres of land to be ued as a cemetery. they wero losing a dearly boloved in Sam Evans, son of W. II. Evans, of friend In tho departure of Bro. BosCollier and Cori Is Curry, of Lancaster days. Mis Mary Puekard, of Mo., whoso mother wus for- Laurel, was run over by a train and well, who has closed his ministry arogucsUof Mr. FUher Gaines. Mlsa here You and Make us Friends. H Mary Wood, of Lebanon, U the guout merly Miss Lou HulTman, will visit badly Injured ut Athens, O. He Is but to tuko charge of a church in Meridian, 15 years old and was tramping over the Miss. Tho morning sermon on r. T. Wood. Dr. and Mm. Miss May Hughes next week. ol Mr. "Faith" Col. Jno. B. Castleman's friends will country. was a masterpiece and peculiarly apKly and tho faculty received their Lad Hudson, of Mercer county, a propriate, while tho evening servlco friend Friday evening from 8 to 11. likely put him up for tho nomination Mrs. S. P. Grant has returned from a for governor, but his war record' Is not fireman on the Cincinnati Southern, was touching to a marked degree. Bro. visit to relatives In Lancaster. Mrtt. sutllciently brilliant to forco such hon- wus killed in u collision at Somerset. Boswell has our best wishes for his sucThat are Eugenia Whitley haa gouo to Orlando, or uon him, bcrtldesuvu want a new Ills last words were: "Oh, what will cess In tho new field awaiting him. The contest of last Friday night was Fla., toepend tho winter. Hon. W. K. man and a new deal. Glvo us a man mother say?" Prof. John II. Chandler, principal of a success in every particular. The of London, Is visiting friends free from any faction or personal squabKamsoy, tho preparatory department of Central beautiful young girls who graced the hero. Dr. and Mrs. W. C. lloberlt bling. Too 8.1,000, 5 to 30 year Garrard University, has resigned, und S. J. stage received merited applause. Mr. havo returned home, after a pleunnt vUlt to Dr. and Mm. Hamilton In Lou- county bonds, wero sold hero yester- Sunders, of Mississippi, has been ap- Josh Boreing, who has so elllclontly Co., pointed In his stead. w conducted the school during tho past isville. Mr. B. F. Phillips and family day, Monday, to W. U. Harris Henry Giles was acquitted at Rich- five months, acted as chairman. Exerto spend tho of Chicago, at n premium of l,lb7, expect to go to Florida winter us soon as Mr. Phillips has showing that our credit Is A 1. Tno mond of the charge of murdering Joe cises opened by u fervent prayer offered gained his strength sulllclontly to take condemnation proceedings against tho GatclftTo. The prUoner was overjoyed dv Bro. I. M. Boswell. Tho exorcises Lancaster plko wero dis- and loft the court house on a run for were Interspersed with music by Mrs. tho trip. Mrs. Mary Hognolt, who has Stanford CQ . H3 co n tin ued. Imbis homo, 12 miles awuy. Also Scroggs, Misses Mac Miller. Lena Now- been very III lor many weeks, is Some one said on lat Thursday Fllsha Jordan, under bond of 82,000 comb and Leila Mav Lovoll. Thn proving slowly. Mrs. Mattlo McDowell Nancy left Monday to visit night: ''They are not all dead yet. for assault, was captured In Missouri, judges were Miss Carrlo Lair, Mr. nnd Miss Mrs. Milliard Lowndes, of Clarksburg, Tho f. k. has not been around lately." to which State ho skipped on being re- Robert L. Brown and , who Handsome Mufflers, Itfight Shirts, Bath Rohcs, "H W. Va. J. 6. Roberts has returned This was suld when ghosta wero seen leased, and brought back to Barbour-vlll- e awarded first prize, a gold medal, to where he will be tried this court. Miss Amy Freeman, subject, "A Le4 from Nashvlllo to tyxsnd tho holidays stalking about tho streets. It turned l CS VilllUS, Umbrellas, Mclntoshes. out that they wcro going to a phantom with his family. Charles Graham, of London, has gend of Bregenfc," second prize to Miss party at W. O. Dunlap's, whsre they brought suit to recover 10 acres of Ucssie Uouk, subject, "Tho Red JackCRAB ORCHARD. enjoyed themselves until midnight. ground in the heart of Corbln. Eight et." Prof. Scroggs very courteously On Tuesday, 20th, Mr. G. II. Wilson, years ago he bought tho property. say- - 'attended to tho comfort of tho audi- Claus has stored quite n lot Old Santa And Cleaned and Pressed, Satisfaction Guar- - 3 E. ence which filled tho chapel of tho of his Christinas goods in Crab Orch- of Mnrlclta, O., professor of music In Ing, "I'll leave it for a nest eP- Berea College, will bo married to Miss K. Wilson is his nttornoy. anteed. r ard ho wo expect all tho little folks The happy Christmas time approachHer relatives here have been notified will bo romembored by tho good old Ellen, the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Dr. aud Mrs. N. Mays nnd of the death of Mrs. Mary E. Major, of es. I wonder how many will remember man. tho busy editors and their hustling corMiss Margaret Buchanan returned niece of Gov. Bradley. On tho same Kearney, Mo. Sho was Gl years old respondents who havo given to the peoDANVILLE, KY. No. 136. Tuesday night accompanied by Miss duto D. C. Sanders will bo married to and died of a complication of troubles. ple tho many Interesting events of this Jean, who caino to seo her grandmoth- Miss Helda Lay ton and on tho 22d, Mrs. Major lived lu this county several exciting year. Tho Interior Jourer, who U a little better. Miss Jean Mr. Win. J. Walton and Miss Davie decades ago and was a double first cousnals of this year havo been replete will also take the raurrlago in of tho late James M. Cook. Saturday. Capt. Ballard Returned to With u very large nnd select stock nnd with the important war events and aro Somerset people for tho sixth time, James H. Lawless was over from Lex- vows. On next Sunday Eld. George Gowen have given a majority against saloons. invaluable as an historical record. If ington tho past week looking after his will preach his last sermon as pastor of Looks like that ought to settle the you have the papers of '93 dear reader, property In Crab Orchard. Miss wo would suggest that you file them We can plenso you In Shoos, for Womon, Children nnd Men. Wo stand at who U governess in Mr. Mack tho Christian church, having acted In matter, and temperance people would away and if you do not now appreciate t tho top for Quality, Stylo, Kit, tec. You can buy from us Shoes that nro Holmes' family, will spend tho holidays that capacity for live years. IIo will have nothing to do but give praisec, the work of our polld as low priced as anywlioro. excellent editor, a ut hor homo in Nlcholasvlllo. Dr. begin evangelical work which ho has but It's not so. If the present crop of decade hence go to theso papers and Slapp's school will glvo an entertain- contemplated for a year or more. Ho violators of law should weuken, fie then you will know their worth. Tho process will soon pro ment at tho college Thurwlay night and Is an able minister and has done much Dovll's niche In time's corridors for this year Then wo keep tho highest grades, In fact, the plnco to got your Shoos. tho patrons and friends of tho school good In this section, being devoted to duco another. Paragou. is surrounded by a halo. Joy and sor Oar Gents Furnishing Department Is full of good things In Tho following Mercer county men are expected to attend. Miss Mary his work and an attractive speaker. and Ho could havo held the charge longer, havo taken the benefit of the bunkrupt row commingled are a memory, now Carter's school will close Friday made graves, vacant places at tho e law: E.T. Burton, liabilities 85,100, she can bo free to enjoy tho holidays. but preferred to enter other tlelds. for some and the happy return of $? After a Hip Van Winkle nap, during assets 81,450; W. G. Burton, liabilities Newest things In colored Shirts, Dress Shirts, Neckwoar Oloves. Hosiery, Mr. and Mrs. II. D. McCIuro spent a loved ones for others aro National inciman. Trunks nnd Valises. Hats nnd Everything to mako n dnya in Crab Orchard visiting which I had Mime horrifying Jreams, I 81,000, assets 81,277; J. J. Burton, liafew dents and volumes could be written ?:? frlonds and relatives prior to his tak awoke to learn that Spain had been de bilities $5,550, assets 81,297; W L. upon this closing year. by Uncle bam and tint the 1st Ilaotlities 81,800, assets STICl, and ing charge of his new store at Turners voured vllle. Mr. nnd Mrs. James F. Iloldam Kentucky regiment has returned to II. C. Sorrell. liabilities 81,800, assets RELIGIOUS The Lending Shoo nnd Furnishing House, DANVILLE KY. MATTERS m hnvu moved back to thuir old homo in Louisville the latter being the most 8;00. K. A. Dodd, of Jessamine, has Rev. Martin D. Hardin, son of Gon. Orchard and the people In genei Important event, according to tho Lou- - also resorted to it with liabilities of Crab P. W. Hardin, has been tendered a and assets of $291. nl extend them a welcomo. W. A. Car- isviue press, l desire to onter a most Deputy Collector W. W. Anderson church in Minneapolis, with a salary SikSr son will go into the buggy and harvest solemn protest ngnlnst tho annexation :::-:.- . ...: per year. ing machine business next year, with of the Islands which we have gained, ane posso found a moonshine still in of Rev. E. O. Guerrant returned from headquarters at Stanford. J. C. Hays because It is contrary to our Insti- operation in Bell county. Over 1,000 from London Friday bringing tutions to take them except as States, gallons of beer were destroyed and Elizabothtown Tuesday, where he held returned of meetings. Ho reports 23 or ii car load of mountain cattle. W. A and we do not want them as such. about 50 gallons of moonshine whisky. a series Brooks Is at homo until after Christ Again, such a course would be destruct- Tho still was of 20 gallons capacity per :10 confessions of faith. Jessaralno mas. Mrs. M. A. Fish and family mov ive to our hemp, tobacco and 6Ugar day, aud was of tho finest make. Over Journal. Rev. B. F. Taylor, aged 55, and a nd to Stanford Monday. Wo regret to Interests, besides wo have territory 50 shots wero fired by tho moonshiners n Baptist preacher, died at good und entertaining enough and, as Capt. MIko Suiter says: and ofllcors. Deputy Anderson was glvo up such ladlea as Misses Allloand Henry, "Wo should havo no territory over struck by n bullet passing through his Harrodsburg. He married a daughter young of Strother Cook and sho and two chilbut know thoy will bo better satisfied which wo cannot ride horseback." coat, ponetratlng tho llcsh. prevents complications with other Giving presents Christmaa Is a custom eenturiis old nnd every poor Robert Pittman, of Junction City, dren survive wlmrd their brother. Ivon. can bo at This nnd rich, lihornl nnd stingy, feels nt this time uu incliiintlon to give. Tho Central Chrlstan, Lexington, powers and leaves us In our original while strolling through tho Southern home. ns "We should give articles useful, things thn enn he an advantage state, tho most powerful nation on Railway yards at Ludlow, stopped church is said to be haunted. Dick Tho exports from the United States earth. well as a ploasuro to the receiver. That being the case why not glvo from behind a box car directly in front Gentry nnd anothor horseman claim to w during 1S93 will exceed those of any of Engino 512. Tho hand rail on tho have scon a woman light tho building other year In the history of tho counJoseph Kuntz, a farmer living near rear the at 1 A. M. stand for a few struck Jhiin try. Up to Decombor 1 they amounted Luwronceburg, Ind., collected $328 back of the engine,knocking him on tho in tho door and then disappear.moments of tho hcud, to to 31,117,081,109. and for the year will and stullcd It carelossly in ,hls pocket. Elder Georgo Darslo, pastor of tho ground. Engineer Green saw Pittman of $1,2."0,000,000. Only While putting wood on tho fire reach a total the and reversed his engino just in time, Christian church, at Frankfort, preachtwlco boforo havo tho exports reached wad fell In and was in ashes before ho as Pittman was lying with his lego ed his 21st anniversary sermon Sunday tho billion mark. could get It out. under tho tondor. He was taken to week, and gave tho following facts of William A. E. Moore, accused One of those beautiful A magistrate in Wilkesbarre, Pa., the ofilco of Dr. C. S. Ilclmau, the com- concerning his congregation.: Memhaving robbed Martin Million, tho pro- stepped down from tho bench and pany physician, whore it was found ho bership 013; raised for all purposes prietor of Cho Now Amsterdam Hotel, soundly thrashed a wife added during the entire GO years beater, who had sustained a number of ugly scalp In a "badger, game," In which Fayno had been bofore of the church's history, 1,480; during him a dozen times. wounds. Monro, the defondant's beautiful al his ministry, 9G0. John Mlttendorp, an engineer on the leged wife, was charged with having A Brooklyn man looked under his main lino of tho L. & N. Is said to be taken part, was convlctod. Ills wife Is Wanted. Roliablo and experienced bed and found a woman burglar hiding A swell Keck Tie, or one of those new stj lo Mufflers, a pair of good worth $230,000. Ills family lives In now on trial. thoro. On being discovered sho ottered salesman to handlo a good line of LuShoes, n Warm pair of Oloves, a Silk Handkerchief or a nice Silk on Fourth street, Louisville. George Morgan and Charles John-Bo- stylo to coino out, if ho wouldn't strike hor, bricating Oils nnd Greases on CommisUmhro.la. All of these things wo linve in nbundanco. Call and seIt has been discovered that ull the and glvo up tho things she had stolen sion. Address Tho Clinton Oil Co., of Cambcn, Ark., whllo on a spreo lect. rabbits sold by an Italian nun was trying to conceal. Clovoland, O. ran out of whisky and drank bay rum m and Jamaica ginger. Both died In produce dealer in Kansas City, wore in Thomas Howard, of Bolleview, O., MIko reality cats. Lt,. Hobson kissed 103 women In Chi- horrlblo agony a few hours later. Corbett, tho pugilist, will go to Cuba c:o Sunday night breaking all rec- - poisoned his wifo in order to get her O'Connell, who also drank tho mixture life insurance. al3I and ruu a saloon und club house. t'ds. expected to die. is In addition to tljo leo factory entOr prise, olcctrlo lljrhta nru bulnjr . ClK Dubme Jewelry Company, and Walnut ts., DIAMOND CUTTERS. grey-houn- d. post-olllc- - GLOBE'S WARES Boys' Needs Filled. re-fus- os uor-mo- nc h Men's Wants Satisfied. F cvl-lea- ce 3 Q re!-ntlv- es Clothing That Will Please Indo-IMjndenc- e, , n Suits & Overcoats 5 Q Q Up-to-da- te. Handsome Xmas Gifts. 3 P t t NOBBY NECKWEAR. 2 NEAT SHiRTS. STYLISH HATS. H ! Good Shoes And Warm Underwear. O I 3 col-leg- o. l2 Suits Made To Order S The Globe, J. L. Frohrnan & Co., Telephone n Over-stree- t, FREE PIKES UNDERWEAR! well-dressed I hot-hou- se GOOD SHOES VERY CHEAP. I I I flro-sid- Sor-rol- l, CALDWELL & LANlERf i i 1 1 Christmas PRESENTS. well-know- fl Good Overcoat or fl Suit of Clotnes. 4; Moquette Rugs, n, H. J. MoROBERTS. 1 f 1' .tUjluJi irii"i'tn1siiXfeiTy.-Mw.M- . Cxrmfwii:-..i.- . .aiVtvwjj;!: t . a- - ".s :f vi H o.T0 My Brother YOU, V Y s love hltn God bless the sk!c above him. Wherever 'neath their azure he may oe We were lads the time I apeak of And now we hear the creak of The frost that chl'.ls the branches of llff'a tree. We wandered In the mountains, And wo played beneath the fountains That tumbled down the overhanging steep, And we swam nmld the drlftlngs Of the autumn's somber sittings, From the trees of woodland pastures, neck FRIEND, and -I I- wp&S- deep. Then the winter came, and flurries Of tho snow In tllRhts and scurries Laid the ermine covers deep upon the earth; And the woods and halls were rlnglnjj With our happy shouts and singing. The echoes of the (season's Joy and mirth. But those years succeeding morrows Brought care, and age, and sorrows. And the struggles life allots to earnest men; They are mountains that divide us And the fountains oft deride us When we seek to bring dear ooyhocd back again. But the years have come unceasing, Bringing Joy, and care. Increasing, And there's compensation, sweet, within It all. For love from loved ones found us And thai fond delight surrounds us. safe and flower-covere- d As a vine-clawall. So hero's to you. my brother; Though far from one another, us drain the cup of good will from the brim And thank dear God above us That around are those who love us While we sing, again, a cheering Christmas hymn. WILLIAM LIGHTFOOT VISSCHKR. d, Jt - o ! w Roxy's Christmas Check ; ''CI Mary was the fairy fod- mother of tho l'ulton family, fclie lived in an eastern city and was rich. The Fullous lived out-wennd were poor. Aunt Mary had adopted the plan of sending tlicm a check every Christmas, increasing the nmount at the advent of each new baby. She would aUo occasionally send a box containing wearing apparel, which Mamma Fulton, with a genius for that hind of work, would make over for herself and the children. One day there caine a box of stuff, and among it was a velvet cloak Aunt Mary said she had worn but once, and as uncle did not like it she sent it along. The ttuff was all piled upon the table when the younger children came in a bunch. Koxy helped carry the articles away nnd she sat down to look them over. Having finished, he lound on the lloor a breastpin. She did not connect it in any way with the things from .Aunt Mary, nor did bhe think it was of any value. The metal was dull and the stone looked like u common piece of glass. Itoxy thought it would make a good pin for her favorite doll, and m this way it was used for nearly two monlhii, no one taking any notice of it or thinking it was worth caring j f VST " st The New York correspondent of the Chicago Kecord gives sonic statistics in regard to the charitable work in that state that ought to urrcst attention. The money Invested In charitable institutions of nil kinds, stntc. municipal, county, nmounts to $103,JS4.354.21. The support of these Institutions required last year tho considerable sum of But they do not represent all Heidc. the charitable work done. thc&Q there arc the various religious and uonrcliglous organizations nnd the contributions from Individuals. How many persons were nssl&teil by these means no one knows. It is estimated, however, that more than 2,300.000 persons were the recipients of charity. In New York city ulone the number wns f received 1.523.C0D. Of these outdoor aid. that is. aid ut theli own homes. As one glances over these figures the reflections suggested by them to the Troy Times come irresistibly to mind. "While It is the glory of American civilization and a proof of its splendid philanthropy that our people spend money so freely to nld the it says, "there fs nnothei side of the question which deserves serious consideration. Is this lavish expenditure altogether wise? Is it ac companied by proper checks to prevent it being turned to a source of evil rather than good? Are we. cultivating a spirit of pauperisra by too generous and indiscriminate almsgiving instead of inculcating and cucouraging the We are apspirit of prehensive that the time will come in this country as it came once in England when it will he discovered that the efforts to alleviate suffering have only aggravated it. No doubt care Is taken by public officials us well ns by private organizations to prevent the assistance of unworthy persons. Uut when the expenditures for charity amount to something like $25,000,000 a year there is room for just suspicion, we think, that ninny persons of thi class are living at the expense of people that experience great difllculty in getting along. Any policy that tends to dUeourage them and to drive them into the pauper class is to be severely reprobated. 0. Dnticr In Charity. Imporf-onn- l Writing. Tho newsvpnper Is complete !n Itself; Is of value only until Its issue of Its issue of appears. It follows, says a writer In Ltrpiucott's Magazine, that the newspaper man Is valuable only for what he can do y paper. With every for to-dn- y "MY WIFE'S LIFE." How I was the means of saving: it. When the lunpi are attacked nnd the ymptoms of consumption appear, then begin the MrucK'e between atlcctlon and Irs that demoying illncnxe which ( thousands annually. It In n happy Issue to the mruggle when disease is completed nnd health restored. Such an Uoue doc not always end the struggle, but it did In the case ot Mr. K. Morris, Memphis, Tcnn., who saw his wile wnstlui; aud wcnkeuiiij; d nnd physicians helpless, and then the simple remedy that wrought the cure. He tells the story thus, "Seven years ago, my wife had a severe attack, of lung trouble which the physicians pronounced consumption. The cough was extremely dlstrcislng, especially at night, nnd was Ircnucnfly attended with the spitting of blood. The doctors belug unntilc to help her, I Induced her to try Dr. Aycr'i Cherry Pectoral nnd was surprised at thr great relief it gave. Ileforc using one whole bottle she was cured, so that now she Is strong and rjulte hc.if.1i)-- , That this medicine saved uy wile's life I have uot the least doubt. I always keep Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral In the house. Whenever any ol my fsmf.y have a cold or cough we use it. and are -- to-dn- one-hnl- fcr. I The letter that came with the box contained bad news. Aunt Mary said that unele had been having busmos troubles, and it was doubtful if she could send the usual check for the coming Christmas. This was a sad blow to the hopes of the Fulton elnl-diefor Aunt Mary's Christina check was about the only great pleasure they ever Sure enough, about a week before tbe great event a letter came from Aunt Mary, confirming the fear that she could not give the usual present, and added that she felt particularly poor over the loss of a valuable diamond pin. This did not suggest anything to Koxy until she went to play with her had. Kansas City exchange reports what one of the most remark-aul- c accidenth on record buck of the suit of William Henderson against the city for $15,000 damages, which is on trinl in Judge Gates court. Last summer Fred Eri'ckson was wiping the pistonrod of one of the big engines at the Turkey Creek pumping station of the city waterworks. His hand was caught by the' driving wheel and his arm torn off. Assistant I'olicc Surgeon Pierce- was at once summoned and, after he had hastily dressed the wounded nrm, inquired into the cause of the accident. William Henderson, a young man who helped about the engines, stepped up to the pistonrod and said: "I'll show you just how It happened." lie started to give a practical illustration of the exact manner in which the accident occurred when his own hand way and was caught In the his arm torn oil. Ilolh maimed men were put into the same ambulance and taken to the hospital. On the way. according to the testimony of Dr. Pierce the other dn3, they tried to console each other nnd remarked on the strange manner of the double accident. A is probably self-sam- e t m doll, and then tilie formed no connection between the pin her aunt had written about and the one which had been lying so carelessly about the house. But it did occur to her to write her aunt a letter, baying how sorry she was and to send the pin sin had fr.und. She did this, and a few days afterward there was great excitement in the Fulton household. Another letter had come fiom Aunt Mary, and in it was the usual check. Koxy was the heroine of the day, and it was all joy and gladness where it had been sorrow and disappointment. unt Mary said the pin Koxy had sent was the one she had lost, and that it must have been in some way fastened to the velvet cloak. Anyway, getting it again had made her feel m much better that she sent the usual Christmas check, and everybody was happy. Some people say that the private character of an employe should have no bearing upon his relations with his employer; that so long as he does his work satisfactorily it is nobody's business how he spends his time away from the store. This is a fallacious idea, however. In railroads, banks, nnd other lines ofi business there is strict watch kept upon the habits of employes, and if they are known to be spending their spare hours in dissipation. It is not long before they are dropped from their positions. Employers know that it Is only n question of time when fast living means stealing. fulfillment in large degree of the prophetic arsurnnco of man's redemption. The light of the Star of Jacob has spretid until its rays have reached the darkest corner of the eaith, and where they have penetrated they have blesiod always. Christ in the heart, Christ in the life, Christ in the home, Chrit in the world that is to lie; surh the influence of Him whom the Mngi worshiped in the manger and of whom the angels sang in their song to the shepherds on the plains. Gladdest of the festal days, indn"oluly linked with Good Friday nnd Hesurrection lesday nnd Ascension, it is an son of the surenesH of all the promUes of Cod. As the first Christinas day told of the hope of Israel, so each succeeding one declared the development of the in the incarnate God, until the climax of Divine goodness was reached on Calvary. And afterward, ns the Gonpel 'jpread over the earth, its peaceful fruits, the development of the Christ spirit in man, foreshadowed nnd do foreshadow in steadily increasing strength nnd lieauty the final culmination when the Kabo of Ilcthlehrm shall be in all and all in all among the children ot men. Then shall every dny be full of the gladness that make Christmas day the brightest, cheeriest and happiest of all the days of the year. WILLIAM ROSSEIt COBDI2. ever-preceGod-thoug- parental roof-treand wIiom: whereabouts had long been unknown, and to whom the residence of his parents wns Christmas day, the firt Christmas, wns unknown, no words can depict her the beginning of a promise old a the fall grief. shows the of man; the Christmas of e, to-da- AY of nngel song and angel gladness, day JL ' " "fJWrT of peace to men who --v " nre 'nchncd to peace, I day of redemption I I for those who accept the tidings; the Christ day, heralded by the entire nugelic choir nnd signalized by the llcthlehcm star that guided tho wise men to the place where the Infant lay. Day of memories of bright days in the sunshine of unclouded youth, when the plastic heart was molded to enduring affection because of the thoughtful love of the loved. Day of of unselfish regard for others, of stockings, present-ladetrees, of of tables groaning beneath their burdens of toothsome edibles, of tender expressions, of bong and laughter and mirth nnd innocent games. Where in all the world may there We found such another nnnivesary, one so laden with the fragrance of love, or so abounding in thought that ennobles? in the stable Here we have a Christ-chilt Bethlehem, a scene that appeals to the sympathy and regard of the young; and the mother holding the Kabo to her nurturing to -- very breast, a warming heart-toucmother loved the world over; nnd the ongel promise: "He shall save His people from their sins;" a thought that lifts the soul to the heights of the Infinite. What care we whether He enme in the day named and commemorated by the church, when the air of Judah was chilled by the snowy breaths of Hcrmon; or in the cpringtime, as many teach, when the birds trilled heavenly music and the valleys were Ueckcd with myriad flowers, whose perfumes were as incense from the upper temple of is universal and the Clod? The Christ-worChrist-dabelong to all the people o the whole world. Here the Christmas day dawns upon scenes of ice and miow; there upon a wealth of tropical foliage, but everywhere it is a dayof heart warming, and gift bearing, and glad carols of praise for Him who first opened His eyes in a manger and whoso love has given a new name and a loftier purpose to advancing civilization. The time of the event counts as nothing before the majesty of tho glory of the event itself. Bethlehem was an insignificant vi'lage clinging to the outer skirt of majestic Jerusalem; yet greatest of all the cities of the world did it become in that it wns the birthplace of the Christ. Here the King of Kings appeared in the helplessness of initial infancy, watched and nursed, ns other helplo-- s children of nil ages, by His youthful and adoring mother, honored above all women who have lived or who shall live. Joseph and Mary had their home in a wretched village of despised Galilee; yet the name of Nazareth shines as the brightness of the stars and shall be as enduring ns the 'inns-meat- . ' y zr'niM litfls j' 'f great gulf fixed bepast work. This means that ly no exertion, by no years of faithful sen Ice, can lie acquire n posunrise there Is-- a tween him nnd hi home-gatherin- g, n well-fille- d sition for himself; he must each dny cn-'a race in which there Is the keenest competition Known, and on the morrow this race will be begun ngnln. Now, it is a physical Inw that nsa man gets along In life he loses energy ns he gains experience and knowledge. The American newspaper Is the development in its newsgathcring lines of the in tensest energy of youth. Hut there Is n side of legitimate newspaper publication which the impersonality of the cr Tciin. promptly cured." K. Morris, Memphis, writers In this country hnsdwnrfed.yct which Is one of the most Interesting to the reader, and therefore one of tho most profitable to publish. It Is that of comment nnd criticism of the panorama of life. In order to write this, years of experience and n vast fund of knowledge of men arc needed. Even with these the column so written Is not as interesting, nnd therefore will ns well, unless the writer be known. not-pa- d Mast. The question! "Is consumption curable!" is still debated, and still debatable. It is easy to say that this was not a case o( connuniptlou. Yet the physicians said it was. They should know. As a matter of lact. Ir. Ayer's Cherry 1'cctoral ha wrought o many simitar cures that It seems tu argue the cutnbleuess ol con. sumiillon, In It earlier stages, by the use of this remedy. There is no better medicine (or pulmonary trouble than Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It elves relief In case of Asthma, and llronchltU. where relief ha been heretofore unattainable. It promptly cures Cnugh and Cold, I, a (iriptie, nnd all oltection ol the throat nnd fungi. Heretofore, Dr. Ayet's Cherry Pectoral ha been put tin in full site bottles ontv, at Il.oo per bottle. To meet a iieminu lor a smaller i'ici. nc the irmcily I now put up in hall (lie oltlcs, nt half price so cents. Write for Dr. Ayer's Currbook (tree) and learn roote ( the cures effected by Dr. Ayer Chertr Pectoral. Address J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, world-wide h UUY YOlTIt- - A A k y few years since, ncir the town of S (Sweet Home, Lavaca county, Tex.), there appeared ono dny at a prosperous-lookinfarmhouse an Individual who wns clad in the habiliments of the trump fraternity, and who bor unmistakable outward evidences of hnxing plnyd In hard luck. He was met at the door by the lady of to whom ho earnestly apthe hou pealed for work. He wns told that his senlces were not needed, nnd turned r.way with a look of deep despair. 'Hie family wns thrown Into n high state of excitement n few hours afterward by the finding of a strange man hanging to n tree, dead, in the Knelc premises. The lndy wns horribly shucked nt seeing that the suicide wu the same person who had so recently lecn denied work by her, but when upon closer examination she completely Identified him us u. wayward son who had been for years from beneath the g Toucliltic TcxnH Tnisetlv. Christmas Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Oranges. Ilfltiaiiai, Cakes, Crackers, Carrjber Sets, Dirjrjer $ets, Tea Sets, Goal Yase5, I.i m p, Ar , at Kclc Uottoui Cash Price only at HIGG-IN- S St. McKINNBY'S. F; 2n"H3JT7!5TW2 fSSj r?m - v tmi I " --- i. 0 W JU. A HilUllTKOI. IlLUNPlIlt. n Will often Fjum-horrible llurn, Smlil, Cut o llruiw. llHrkln'(i Arulra Stive, the tmt In the 11 world, will kill Ilia Kiln and iirirtljr IWtw, IVlniis Ctirvs Old Sores, l'rer Sorn. Corn, all Skin Cruptlunt. He-- t I11emen rtrth. Only 23 ct. a tax. Cure guaMtitie I. SaM ly Ring In tho new out the old Ring in tho truo " Ring out tho falso bring to you the new and truo from the Wc piney forests of Norway " Ring l'lrr, hl DR. BELL'S PinoJar-Hone- y Nature's most natural remedy, Imrfroved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Tho sore, weary cough-worn l'eftii)' lrog More. m What grows largur the more you conIk-eaii- so tract It? Dobt. tho happiest of vowolc? it U in tho midt of bliss. What in tho oldest pteco of ftirnituto in tho world? Tho multiplication table When is u clock ou thectuira dungeious? When It runs down und striker-lb 1 - Why Lungs are exhilathe-raim- one. IN A AM &' - What is that which you can keep Your after giving it to some ono ols-o- rated ; the ciIaobVbearinK mucus Is cut out ; of tlut tkkilnc Is removed, and thelnftamcd membranes are healed and soothed so that thero is no inclination to cough. GOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGQIST3 word. o. ciiuist.mas nvnxixo. Whnt are the most unsou'uiblo thiugH In tho world? Milestone, bocaisj jou nover toe two together. Why id a postimtu Indnnjicr t f losing his way? Beeutito he Id guided by tho directions of fctninger?. A person boutrhta dumb waiter aid returned It the next day. What was tho reason? Because It PaIucbJi. Ky f n .nil At' w9 vqusl to Dr, lull Itclvrs quirk and iirrmsr.entrrlkf IncrlpMirellaicoa.r.snndrrMs. Itniakn wf-- lt lanss strong. Mrs. M. A. Mctdlfs. any rrtut.l AM W I- - A O O Dottles Only. 25c, 60o. and $1.00 Slzas BZ SURE YOU GET al Dr. Ball's Fins-Tar-He- my didn't answer. Great Bargains IN- - THE UAI1I.K, XI Ml OrJW.I. IIIIIIW, Is noted for Its keen sight, clear and ills tlnct vision. So lire thoo persons who use Hutherlund's Kiiglu Kyo fulvo for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes uf any kind or granulated lids. Sold at Penny's at 25 cents. DiSTnnssi.VGLV r iiAim tuiks. A W WkXr iB m It LI fcrij-- r$ n j AJ f?"'7""' Safijpg? mm bstegl I rible times we're having. Little Johnnie They must be pretty hard, dad, when Santa Claus takes the trouble to drag my old sled out of the garret and give it a new coat of paint. N. Y. World. Hrown You mustn't feel disappointed this Christmas, Johnnie. These are ter- "Now, Hobby, you wrjte a list of the tos you want, and we will send it up the chimney to dear old Santa Claus." "Oh, no, mamma; let me send him a list of the things I don't want." Detroit Free Ilnlitiy'n Improvement. I Press. But true as Deuteronomy; .There'i) just one month of Christmas enter, And eleven of economy. Washington Stir. It Is a rule, somewhat severe. Tlie 1'roiiortlonu. Cnpt. Sigsbee wns writing letters In his cabin when the Maine was blown up, and makes this confession: "I then wrote n letter home in which I strug: gled to npologize for having carried in W J&S , V my pocket for ten months n letter to my wife from one of her friends of long standing." Ho does not slate He But why didn't you hang up some whether the apology "went" or not, but .nistletoe? ' Book. She It's such a superfluity.-Yello- w the safest supposition is that it did, Merry Clirlitmn, Ileacnn! and it is also safe to suppose that the "Mornln'," aald the deacon. captain will hereafter reniemher the "Did ye ask me what we got? mail ns well as the .Maine. Wa-anow, I kin tell ye That we got an awful lot. Marthy trot neuralgy, j The great American fea.st day was CSeorgto got th' rheumatlz, obferved ahroad this vear with more Susan got a An' th' brlndlo cow got friz, enthusiasm than ever before. Fspcclal- SomeHhlef got th' turkey, ' ly notable were the exercises in LonAn th family's feelln' blue; ' I'm off t' Kit th' doctor don, when the Yankee and the English Huh? 'Umphl yeah, same t'you." man fraternized with u zeal born of David IT. Talmadgc, In Judge. lively remembrances of Manila and San The Trninii'a IlpliitUe. tiago. John Hull has discovered that Enervated Easy I shed think, ma'am, dat American turkey Is quite as toothsome dis sacred Christmas time would keep you as the roast beef of old England n good nearer to Scripture'n it docs. share of which, by the way, comes front Mrs. Turner Away Nearer to Scripture? Enervated Easy Dat's wot I said. I ant our own wild west. for bread, an' you give me a snow shore!! Town Topics. A stnrt has been made toward lightpower ing the city of Buffalo with the She Unve It Army. from Niagara falls. Last week for the "Miss Specie gave me a kiss for a Christfirst time the power was utilized in this mas present." "There, I told her she did not think enough wny, a circuit of 450 arc lamps being of me to keep what I gave her." N. Y. supplied. Truth. An American woman is to officiate at Discretion. If you wish to refuse the launching of the latest warship, the An Importunate lover, Irresistible. The choice is well mad. It Is wiser to wait Until Christmas Is over. Man' British noblemen have found th American woman irresistible. Hnvvesvillu has a colored man who probably wears tho largest shoo In the world. When the shoes are turned out of tho shop they measure loj lnche in length und 0 In breadth. OVERCOATS &MACINTSHES For .Next M) Day. OYub cLXs.' Chicago packets will spend n large amount of money ereotlog Immense plants In Santiago, Havana and Porto Itlco for the reception and storing of fresh meat. D cold-stora- ge W. E. PERKINS. -- Orchard, Ky. Christmas Novelties AT- ! WEAK KVtrt AIIKM.UJB bTKOMl, l, eyes of any kind gianuluted lids or speedily and ehectuully cured by tliu ut-- of Salve. It's put up Sutherland's Fagle For In tubes, und sold on u guarantee. silo nt Penny's Drug Stort D'.rr "Islon made clear, styeh rumoved and CRAIG & HOCKBRS' Thelaiost designs in Toilet Artlclei, Atomizers, Mirrors. back-cric- k, J The L. S. court Is trying to supproas witchcraft among the Indians. When one of the Indians becomes sick witli Home dlseubo which the smauuin, or doctor, Is unable to cure, he pronounces the patient bewitched. Then tho relatives of tho sick Indian will ucetue 60tne of tho tribo as a witch. The accusation is equivalent to a death sentence, as tho accused Is immediately tortured to "death. si reAiis. I buffered "5 yenrs with a cough, and spent hundreds ot dollars with doctors nnd for medicine to no avail until I uxed Dr. This remedy Hell's makes weak lungs htrong. It has saved my 111. life. J. It. Itosell, Oruntsburg. COL'(lllKl) Books by Standard Authors at 15c Ilust line of DOLUS ever oflorcd for tho money. Santa Clans Is stopping with us for the present. HriiiR the Children to s-- his lino of ' Up-4o-D- a Col. Hunter, of Kirkdville, sends this receipt to tho Cincinnati Enquirer for Two dozen eggs, muking egg-notwo quarts rich milk, ono quart brandy, one half pint Jamaica rum, ono nnd a half pounds sugar. g: Fire Works, Candy, Every thing good to eat. Prices Low. &e. BEAZLBY & CARTER. ,u. ' jj-y- i THE INTERIOR Thos. Smiley, 1 do, 50, Riy fcspoars, 3 do, 1.50, JOURNAL Wn. Sandidgo, lmul 1 work, 2.00 G .W Stnton, G hrs' work, 35, Ike Shelby, 2 days' work" 1.00, Stanford. K.Y., Dec 20, 1898 John Smith, 2 do, 1.00, G. W, SUtton, 100 ft. lumber, 1.00, D. D. Smith, 21 loads gravel, 1.05, W. P. WALTON. .T110. D. 82 - ROAD : CLflimS. do, 85, Bud Sims, 7 do, 8c, Jno. S. Smith, 3 day work, 1.50, Kbeleu " H haul 3 work, 3.00, 1). 4 "haul 3 work, 0.00, Jno. K. SimpMin l D. Spears, ! days' work, 50, Geo. Sandidge, 1? do, 87c, Davo Singleton, G hrs' work, 35, G do, 35, Wnu J. " Bert Shcwmaker, G do, 35, Tho. Smith, 4 do. 25, (Continued from 2nd page.) days' work, 75, 1 f. I Ip i 3 do, 1.50, 3 do, 1.50, 2 25, Frank Stewart, IJ do. U7-lirkin Stewart, 3 do, 3 do, 1.50, Leslie 2 do, 1.00, Fort Sims, Col.'. 2 do, 1.00, Jno. R. Skidmore, 3 do, 1.' 0, Geo. Stephenson, do, 75, Jehu Spnitt, i) haul, work, 100 fict lumber, 15.25, Chas Slnpleton, 3 days' work, 50, Jim Singleton, 3 do, 50, Robt. Stephenson, 3 do, 1.50, 0 haul 3 wk, 0.00, Ligc Jim Singleton, haul 3 work, 2.50, 1 haul 2 wk, 2.50, " Wiley E. T. Spnitt, 3 haul 3 work, 1.50. Milty Shadowcn, 3 daya' work, 50, N. L. Singleton, 3 do, 1.50, Chas. Sluder, 2J do, 1.25, C C. Smith, 2 do, 1 00, 2 do, 1.00, Allen " Hill SUidcr, 2 do, 00, Zora Smith, 2 do. 1.00, Arthur Sluder, 3 do, 1.50, Derb Shugurs, 3 do, 50, Tilclen Singleton, 3 do, 1.50, Mike " 3do3do4.so, 3 do, 1.50. Wm. work l'S " Thos. 3 do, 1.50, Lesley " 3 days' Geo. N. " 800 ft lumber, 8 00, A'eynolds, 3 do 1.50, George M. V. " 3 days' work, 1. 50, Dan A'ogers, 3 do" 1.50, Harlan 3 do", 1.50. M. G. A'eynolds, 3 do 1.50, 3 do, 1.50, " 2 haul 3 wk 200 feet A. L. " Mack Logan Stephens, 3 do, 1.50, lumber 5.50, Winfrcd Skidmore, 3 do, 1.50, Wm. A'owan, 3 days' work l 5 I). Sipples, 3 do, 50, Gus A'eynolds, 2 do 1.25, Craig Sims, 3 do, 1.50, " 3 do 1.50, Wm. John Stringer, 3 do, 1,50, Wm. A'igncy, 3 laul 3 work Riley Smith, 3 do, 1.50, Scott A'ay, 3 days' work 1.50, " 3 do, 1.60, Geo. haul 3 wk J. M. A'eynolds, I 3 haul 3 work, 1.50, Martin " 275. Win. Southern, 1 haul 3 work, 2.50, days' wk 1.50, Theodore Jones Smith, 3 days' work, 1.50, haul 3 work M. G. " Sr., 1 haul 3 wk, 2.50, Rich'd " lumber 1 00, M. G. Edward Southern, 3 days' work, 1.50, 3 days' work 1.50, ohn Win. Sutton, 3 do, 1.50, Rich'd Smith, Jr., U haul 3 wk 3.00 ohn Aowsey, 3 do 1.50, .Twiitli 1. " W. F. A'eynolds, 2 do 1.00, H haul 3 wk, 3.00, ' 2 do 1.00, Hoadlcy Sampson, 2 haul 2 wk, 3.50 A'ice John Socks, 1 haul 3 wk, 2.50, " 2 do 1.00, John Gotlieb Shantz, S days' work, 1.50, John A'owland, 2 do 1.00, " John 3 do, 1.50, A'ifle, 2 do 1.00, D. S. Godfrey 3 do, 1.50, Parroll Sampson, 3 do 1.50, lumber, G.7S, " Fred 3 do, 1.50, George Severance, 3 do 1.50, J. A. Tucker, 2 haul 3 work, 3.50, Clnw. " 3 do. 1.50. " 3 do 1.5J, Wm. E.J. Tanner, 2 days' work, 1.00, C. Singleton, 3 haul 3 work, 4.50, J. Adam Trice, 2 do.'l.OO. J. D Sims, 3 do 1.50, Dan Smith, 2 haul, 3.75, Geo. W. Trusty, 2 do, 1.00, Jim Sallee, 2 do 1.00, M. B. " 3 days' work, 1.50, Varney Tanner, 3 do, 1.50, Cole Sallee, 2 do 1.00, W. H. " 300 ft. lumber, 3.00, J. G. Terry, 5 haul, 3 work, 7.50, ilart Sallee, 2 do 1. 00, W. 13. " 4 days' hauling. 0.00, David Thompson, 1 days' work, 50, Henry Singleton, 2 do 1.00, P. C. Sandidge, 2 do, 3.00, Kinley Tribblc 3 do, 1.50, F. F. Sandidge, 3 do J. 50, " 0 haul 0 wk, 9.00, Wolford . C. Taylor, 3 do, 1.50, David Spitzcr, 3 do 1.50, Wm. Smiley, 3 days' work, 1.50, Andy Turner. 1 haul 3 wk, 2.50, Albright Stanpfly 3 do 1.50, Jas Sweeney. 3 do, 1.50, Ben Todd, 3 days' .work, 1.50, Same, 2 haul 3 work 3.50, M. D. Smith, 3 do, 1.50, Andy " 3 do, 1.50, Nathan Shanks, 3 days' wk 1.50, Wm. Stringer, 3 do, 1.50, Frank Tutt, 3 do, 1.50, Casper Scoppi, 3 do 1.50, " Tom 3 do, 1.50, Win. Thompson, 1 haul 3 wk, 2.50, G, S. Shelby, assignee, 8 haul E. Sumi, 3 do, 1.50, " 3 days' wk, 1.50, Emmet 12.00, James Stringer, 3 do, 1.50, Andrew Tucker, 2 do, 1.00, Same, 13 haul 3 work 200 loads T. J. Seivers, 4 haul 3 work, G.OO, W. T. " hauling, 1.50, Bcnnio Stephens, 2 hard 3 work, 3 50 John gravel, 29.50, 2 do, 3.00, Thos. Stakes, 3 days' work 1.50, A. K. Singleton, 2 days' work, 1,00, Isaac Tuttle, 2 days' wk, 1.00, IK. R. " 0 days' work, 1.50, W. C. Stanfield, 3 do 1.50, Joo 2 do. 1.00, 3 work 7.50, Vernon Smith, G do, 1.50, R. W. Stignll, 5 haul John Tenny, 1 days' hauliug, 1 50, IKillio Sims, G do, 1.50, U. C. Sandidge, 2 clays' work, 1.00, Jerry Tombs, 3 do, 4.50, Geo. IVtHley Sims, 6 do, 1.50, Jna. Stoked, 3 do, 1.50, Milford " 19 loads gravel, 20c, Ilunloy Singleton, G do, J .50, Wm. Stignll, 3 do, 1.50, P. T. Trimble, 2 days' wk, 1.00, " 3 do, 1.50, Wm. Ira Stokes, 3 do, 1.50, James Raines, 4 haul 6.00, Al Russell, 4 days' work 1.50, Roy Rose, 3 do 1.50, W. P. Reynolds, 5 haul 3 wk 7.50 haul 2 25, Wal.tcr Rogers, i John Ross. 5 days' work 1.50, Will Ross, 4 do 1 50, Ed Rogers, 4 do 1.50, Walter Rogers. 4 do I 50, Henry Robinson, 3 do 1.50, J. McKce Rifle, 1 do 50c, George C RiiTe, 2 do 1.00, 1 " John B St. J. C. Rcid, 3 do 1.50, ohn Rout, 2 do i.oo, . P. Rifle, 1 hauling 1.50, Sam Rcthcrford 3 do 4.50, John Reynolds, 2 do 3 wotk 3.50, Dick Robinson, 3 days' work 1.50 F. Rcid, 3 hauling. 5 25, J. F. Reynolds, 3 days' work 1 50 ' 3 do 1.50, G. S. 3 do 1.50, George " " 3 do i.$o, ohn H. Raines, 3 haul 4.50, J. W. G. Reynolds, 3 days' wk 1.50 " 5 haul 3 work 7 50, Logan Robt. Rowland, 3 days' work 1.50 W. G Routon, 3 do 1,50, Rufus Redman, 3 do 1.50, hauling 75c, Galon Rogers. James Robinson, 3 days' wk t.50 ' ohn 3 do .1.50, Ernest Richcnbach, 3 do 1 50, " 3 do 1.50, Charles John Reynolds, 6 do 50, George Rigncy, 6 do 1.50, Oscar Reynolds, 6 do 1.50, Reuben M. Rigney, 6 do 1.50, Ox Reynolds, 6 haul 6 work 9 00 J. T. Roberts, 3 do 4 do 4.50, " 4 days' work x 50, A. I. B J. Records, 3 do 1.50, John Russell, 4 do 150, Henderson Routon, 3 do 1.50, A'. A'. A'agan, 3 do 1.50, Wm. A'owland, 3 do 1.50, " 2 do t.25, Alf Fred A'oxinsky, 3 do 1.50, ohn A'aines, 3 do t.50, Carroll " 2 do 1.25, " 2 haul 2 work 3.50, J. II. 1 Will A. Simp)!!, do, 87, " 3 lmul 3 work,4.50 Alfred Henry Shofer 3 days' work, 1.50, Fred Shorder, 3 do, 1.50, Gilbert Saylor, 3 do, J. 50, Hph Stephens, 3 do, 1.50, Hoht. Ptapleton, 1 haul 3 work, 2.50, 3 day work, 1.50, Lark 3 do, 1.50, " Andrew KldenSilcr, 2 do. 1.50, Harry Stngg, 2 A do, 1.25, Craig Situa, 3 days' hauling, 4.50, W. R 3 days' work, i 50, W. II. ' A do, 1.50, Thos. Hugo X. Stickler, 3 do, 1.50, Hugh Seargent, 7 haul 3 work 10.50, Jno. F. Stephen.son, 3$ haul, 3 work, 5.25, J. G. Singleton, 3 days' work, 1.50, Lumber, 58 70, J. X. Same, lumber, 2.10, Mart Surbur, 3 days' work, 1.50, J as. Smith, 1 haul 1 work, 2.00, W. P. Stepheiibon, 2 haul 2 wk, 3 f 0 Win. Smith. 1 days' work, 50, Jim Sims, 1 do, 50, Dave ' 4 do, 1.50, Schtnitz, 4 do, 1.50, " " 3 days' work, 1,50, Geo. D. A. Singleton, 3 do, 1.50, 3 do, 1 r.0, " Martin " 5 days' haul, 7.50, A J. " 5 days' work, 1.50, J. M. N. M. Smith, transferred to E. B. Caldwell, 1,500 ft l'mb'r 13.30 R. S. Shadowen, 3 days' wk, 1.50, J110. Skidmore, 4 haul 3 wk, G.75, Win. Sttatton, 3 days' work, 1.50, 3 do, 1 r.0, " Jos. Frank Shearer, Col., 3 do, J. 50, Wm. Stratton, Jr., 3 do, 1.50, Ed Scott, 3 do, 1.50, Walter Scott, 3 do, 7.50, Albert Scott, 3 do 7.50, Geo. Sudduth, 3 do, 1.50. Wall Singleton, 2 do, 1.00, Silas JJ. Seanland, 3 haul 3 wk, 4.50 Green Skidmore, 3 days' work, .50, " 3 do, Wm. 50, Fort Stuart, 1 do, 50, 3 do, 7.50, Harriron Chas. Siniii, 3 do, 7.50, J.11U9. IM .1.. UU, 1 1 UU, r.f John Skidmore, 2K hauling, 3.75, " Tallcrt " S, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4-- 5 "1 "3 2-- 5 Geo. Swope, 2 do, 3.00, Oscar Schaucr, 3 days' work, 1.50, A. Shaver, 3 do, 1.50, Arnold Singleton, 2K do, 1.25, " 2 wk 1 haul, 2.50 A. K. " 3 days' work, 1.50, W. II. " 3 do, 1.50, E S. Alex Smith, 2 do, 1.25, 7 days' hauling, 1.50, George " W. II. Slaughter, 3 days' work, 1.50, ' 3 do," 1.50, W. G. Ham Smith, 3 do, 1.50, N. Slaughter, 2 days' hauling, 3.00, Sam Stewart, 1 days' work, 50, Dave Skinner, 3 do, 1.50, G. A. Swinebroud, 7 haul 3 wk 10.50 Andy Spoonamore, 1 days' work, 50, Carey Smothers, 2 do, 1.00, 2 do, 1.00, " Joe 1 haul 2 work, 2.50, " Jimmie Wm. Sutton, 3 days' work, 7.50, " 3 do, 7.50, Jim J. X. " 3 do, 1.50, " 3 do, 1.50, Jno. Granville Singleton, 3 do, 1.50, Joe Stamlley, 3 do, 1.50, Will Stewart, 1 do, 50, Jtio. Taylor, 5 do, 1.50, John Stephens, 5 do, 1.50, John Taylor 2 days' hauling, 3.00. Pete Singleton, 3 days' work, 1.50, Cicero " 3 do, 1.50, 1 haul 3 work, G. X. Smith, 2.50, John Stuart, 3 days' work, 1.50, Dave Street, 3 do, 1.50, Chas. Steele, 3 do, 1.50, Monroe Stewart, Col., 3 do, 1.50, Tom Tankersley, 3 do, 1.50, Wm. 3 do, 1.50, Adam Tankersley, 3 do, 1.50, Thos. Tapp, 3 do, 7.50, Jas. Tucker, 2 do, 1.00, Chas. Turner, 2 do, 1 00, W. II. Tubbs, 3 haul 3 work, 4.50, O. Theiler, 7 haul 3 work. 2.50, Ben " 3 days' work, 1.50, II. Traub, 2 haul 3 wk, 3.50, Tom Tajlor, 2 days' work, 1.00, M. D. Tombs, 14 loads gravel. 15c, 3 haul 3 work, 4.50, Henry 2 haul 3 work, 3.50, Clarence M. D. 3 days' work, 1.50, Will Tribble, 2f do, 1.37, V in. Thurman, H do, 75, " Alex U do, 75, Luciiuln Tribble, 2 days' haul, 3.00, W. II. Traylor, 12 haul 10 wk 18.00, Xormati Traes, 3 days' work, 1,50, J. II. Tucker, 2 haul, 3 work, 328 ft Tol Tiniberlakc, 1 do, 50, D. S. Thomas, 1 do, 50, J. S. Tombs, G hrs' wk, 35, D. A. Twaddle, 3 days' wk, 1 50, D. L. Trowbridge, 1 haul 3 wk, 2.50 Wcs Thomao, 3 days' wk, 1 50, Wm Terry, 3 do, 1 50, John Tin.-Ie3 do, 1.50, Fox Tapp, 3 do, 1 50, G. W. Turner, 3 days' haul, 4 50, Z days' work, 1.50, John " John Traylor, 4 haul 3 wk, G 00, Emmet Traylor, 3 days' wk, 1.50, .'$ do, Ed 1.50, R. S. Tucker, 0 days' haul, 9.00, J. B. Tucker, 3 days' wk, 1 50, T C. " 3 do", 1.50, R. S. Jr.; 1 do, 50c. Geo. H. " 3 do, 1.50, Jack Turpin, 3 do, 1 50, Peter Turner, 3 do, 1 50, James " 3 do, 1 50, Will Todd, 3 do, 1 50, Sim Tomlinson, 3 do, 1.50, " Henry 3 do, 1 50, John W. Terry, 4 haul, 3 wk, G.OO, Chas Trub, 3G0 ft. lumber, 3.60, Erne?t Ullman, 1 haul, 3 wk, 2 50, W. 11 Underwood, 3 days' wk, 1.50, " John 3 haul 3 wk 4 50, Sam Upthegrove, 3 days' wk, 1.50 " Jos. 3 doj 1 50, Patterson Underwood, 1 do 50c, ' Jordon 3$ haul 5.G2, E. Vnnfleet, 3 days' work 1 50, Win. Vincent, 3 do 1 oO, James " 3 do 1.50, Vaught, 2 do 7.00, Frank Vincent, 3 do 1 50, George Vandevcer, 3 do 1.50, Ben Vest, 3 haul 3 work 4.50, Jack Vaught, 2 days' work 1 00, J. II. Vanhook, 2 do 1 00,- Parish Vaught, 3 do 1.50, John Varnon, 3 do 1.50, I sham Vaugh, 3 do 1.50, James Vest, 3 do 1 50, John Vanhook, G hrs' woak 35c, S. C Vaught, G do 35c, John Vandevcer, 3 days' work 1.50, Geo. Vnhhook, 2 do 1.00, Owen Vandevcer, 2 do 1.00, Dave Vandevcer, Jr., 2 do 1.00, Owen Vandeveer, 2 do 1.00, David William, 3 do 1.50, G J. White, 3 do 1.50, H. S. White, 1 do 50c, J. E. Wright, 3 do 1.50, Same, haul, dynamite, &c., 3.87, Same, 2 days' work 1.00, Elihu Wells, 1 haul 1 work 2.00, G. A. Walter, days hauliug 9.00, do 75c, Henry IVade, W. lV. White, "4 haul 3 work G.OO, Mack Walls, 2 days' work 00, J. irdliman, 72 ft lumber & nails 82c T. W. Walker, C days' work 1.30, Clark Welch, 3 do 150, y, tho cluo women of Georgia will abandon the custom of wearing silk petAn ticoats, says a. local Informant, At tho recent convention of the federation, held in Columbus, Ga it is claimed that the most exquisite toilets were HVnitS. JENKS had an economical fit. She had them occasionally, affected by all the delegates, and that and when she did she always had the higlir the ofllce of the dlegato IJ all of her old eowns made ever, the greater snvish there wa to her whether she needed them or not, and colunderskirt. In the heat of debate the lected her husband's boot in delegates Mould thoughtlessly peram- readiness for a rainy day. It was too bad particular spell bulate around the hull, and the rust- that she should have thishusband thought, just at Christmas time, her ling was very annoying to those speak- and when hohad made that lucky investing. This led to the motion to abandon ment and wanted to give her and the babies permanently silk petticoatA, they be- the Christmas of their lives. He mentioned ing dubbed a nuisance by ievcral 5f tho this desire, only to be met with & pathetic releRs advanced members. The motion minder that if he did such things thev must declining years in the was promptly tnbled, but it will be spend their often spoke of this possibility She acted on by letter at nn early date, and when she had the fit, and sometimes she may mju't in developments most disnned it by picturing them both dead and pleasing to those who delight in the the babies in the poorhouse. That always terms. her husband pomps and' vanity of which the silken brought we must havetosome Christmas," he "Hut underskirt is the highest culmination. Mid. "I'm better off than ever this year, ffi in probable that in the sear ruicra ( 2 half-wor- Estimable Burglar. V n i poor-hous- e. Most of the rains in the Mississippi valley during the ummer como from the southwsjt, during the winter from the northwest. An east wind is said oy meteorologists to signify approaching rain, but the storm cloud does not always come from the direction in which tho surface wind is blowing. An eastern rain or snowstorm is often very heavy, the largest precipitations- of now sometimes being accompanied by an eastern surface wind, though, of course, he cold wave which congeals the moisture of the atmosphere into snow is primarily from tho north. - and my prospecta " "Well, I'll tell you what, Jeff, dear; if you must give me a present, let it be a diamond," his wife replied, magnanimously. "I could sell that, you know, if we ever got very poor. Diamonds are always good. And do let me select the setting, too; I am very particular about settings, and and if the sotting was good it would sell for more if the bank failed and the bonds ceased to pay interest and the house burned down." "Very true. Then I shall buy the babies a lot- -" "No, indeed, you won't. I have gone over 11 their last year's toys they've forgotten A boxing clase has been started in connection with the Institute of St. John's Episcopal church, Jersey City, of which Iter. Dr. E. L. Stoddard is the rector. Ten cents will be charged for each boxing lesson. The class will be instructed by John L. KJrk, brother-in-laof Rev. E. S. Forbes, vicar of the parish. "J believe it makes a fellow to ore manly to learn that he can use his fists when forced to it," says the vicar. w li 15 1 by now and mended them up, and I have dressed two small dolls which will do There is not a house in any civil- quite nicely. Now, don't look that way, ized community that can be compared Jeff, dear! The poor little McCarthys will have nothing at all. uround the to the one built in Washington by Jus- If wo died incorner the poorhoue the babies" tice Gray, of the supreme court. He "Yes, yes," her husband broke in, hastidesigned it himself, and it was built ly. "All right, then." He had another lucky stroke in the inaccording to his plans and specificaterval before Christmas, and on Christmas tions. When he came to move in it was eve he could stand it no longer. He went learned that the structure did not con- out and bought recklessly, determined to tain a single closet. give his children a Christmas which would demolish their infantile standards. The papers tell us that a Kansas girl It was II o'clock when he let himself softinto the has been given $500,000 with which to ly in and slipped a huge package went into dark and quiet parlor. Then he cultivate her voice. It must be a shock- the sitting-room- . His wife was there, with ingly bad voice that will require so the children's toys Bpread out. There waa much money to place itin a state of cul- anxiety in her cjes, but'she strove to be mini. tivation. "They do look sort of poor, don't they? L I meant it for the best, and the little Mc- A western inventor has patented a wagon which will turn around in a small space, the reach being double and with the ends attached to the axles by hinges, so that when one end of tho forward axle is pulled ahead it draws the opposite end of the rear axle- with it, until they are at an angle of 00 degrees or over. them - "IT MUST BE BTOCLARS." Richaad Walls, 3 days' hauling 4.50, John W.agoner, 3 days' work 1.50, 3 do 1.50, Thos. Walker, W. F. Walls, 2 days' hauling-3.00- ; II. L. Wells. 2 huulinc 3 work 3.50. E. L. Wells, 2 haul 3 work 3 50, L. K. Wells, 2 days' work 1 1.00, on its trade and commerce. It will become prosperous beyond precedent in the history of civilized nations of the world. The brain and wealth of all countries will io to North America. THAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE DESTROYED OR IT WILL DESTROY EVERY MONARCHY ON THIS GLOBE." The famous Hazzard circular, to Judge Ware, 2 do 1 00, capitalists in Now York, and the Buell Bank circular to United States CankEugene Woods, 2 do LOO, ers, both emanating from London, and Callin Woods, 3 do 1.50, the fabulous corruption fund raised in Logan Whitley, 3 do 1 50, England and Germany, estimated at Green Whitley, 3 do 1.50, $1,500,000, were the agents that seBernctt Wade, 4h haul 1A work G.75, cured the closing of our mints against John Warren, 2 days' hauling 3.00, silver. The "walk imp my parlor" policy Henry Woods, 3 do" 3.00, of England, during and since the Win. II Woodlow, 3 haul 3 wk 4.50 Spanish War, is the latest evidence of English Diplomacy in shaping the Wash Withers, 2 haulQ.00, John W. Walter, 2 days' work 00, destiny of the United States Government. Laz Wilkerson, 1. haul work 2.00, Notwi.hstanding the famine price John Wilkerson, 2 days' work 1.00, of wheat, the Spanish War, and fabulous expenditures of money by our " 2 do 1.00, Hawk government during the past year, gold Richard Wiutzes, 3 do 1,50, has increased in alue eleven percent, Covel Woods, 2 do 1 00, and all other values dect eased in the Geo W. Wilcher, 3 do 1.50, same proportion. For a thorough understanding of (Continued on 8th page.) m the money question, or siher Liue, The hottest region on the earth is the Cincinnati Enquirer has uniformly 011 tho southwestern coast of Persia, given evidence of its ability to teach, where Persia borders tho pulf of tho explain and produce all facts and same name. For 40 consecutive duys truth. It is a paper that ought and in July and August the therraomoter can be read by all classes with pleashas not fallen lower than 100 degrees, ure and profit. night or day, and often mounted as high as 127 degrees. 1 1 G. T. Williams, 3 do 50, Jake Walker, 3 do 1.50, Sherman Wren 3 do 1.50, W. W. White, A days' work 25c, Columbus Wheeler, 3 do 1.50, W. O. Watts, 1 days' haul rejected, W. W. White, 2 days' work 1.00, Same, 2i do 1.25, L M. Walls, 3 do 1.50, George Mills, 2 do 1.0C, " 'M jrcs," her husband replied. "Say, Ethel, I'm hungry. I think I'll go down and investigate the pantry. Hullo! that's Daddies crying, isn't it?" It was, and if her parents had ever found At close of our Civil War in 1865, any weakness in her lungs it was dispelled there appeared in the London Times now. When Mrs. Jenks came downstairs, 15 the following : later, that mischievous financial pol- minutednervously,her husband was hunting, in the potato bin. "I I icy which had its origfri'in the North rather Has looking for a piece of cold chicken." he American Republic during the late said, "but" Civil War in that country, should be"I think you will be more likely to find come indurated down to a fixture, it in the pantry," his wife replied. "Jeff, draught I then that government will furnish its I believe 1 felt adoor. Didasyoucame past open tha the sitting-roomoney without cost. It will have all window? No? Then it must be burglarsl the money that is necessary to carry Quick, hide in the coal cellar! Maybe" GREENBACKS or Government Money. Carthys-" "If Mrs. Jenks was upstairs almost before her husband, though somehow he got into first. the sitting-roo"I'll stay out here aud protect the babies!" she groaned. The window was up and everything save the toys waa untouched they had vanished. Mrs. Jenks began to cry. "Oh-h- , my poor babies!" she cried. "No Christmas at all, any more than the little McCarthys! didn't I let you get something for them?" "Goodness me, I forgot!" cried her husband. "The fact is, that I did get 1 few and he brought things for them them out. "Oh, Jeff, all these! If we end in the poorhouse " "The babies will at least have something to brag about to the other poor children." "Well, I'm glad, anyhow," said Mri. Jenks, "and maybe we will recover the others, too." "Perhaps so," said her husband, quietly. After the toys were all laid out he put on his best hat. "Guess I'll step over to the pol'ce station and tell them to keep an eye c n the house," he said. When he got outside he executed a war dance on the pavement. Then he slipped around to the rear and got a basket which was hidden under the back steps. In the morning Mrs. McCarthy found a basket exactly like it filled with toys at her door. She announced that the angels had sent it; only Mr. Jenks could have proved that they had nothing to do with it and he EUSA ARMSTHONQ. didn't darel W-wh- "And the babies?" 1 Cell number thirteeu In the Ohio penitentiary is declared to be 'haunted" by convicts who huve been placed in it. Three prisoners have killed themselves In it during the past few years. It is used as a coll for refractory convicts. Tho number 'thirteeu" adds to its horror to tho men. The most dangerous convicts ar cowed after a few hours' confinement in the cell. TUATTHUunniKli HKIACHi:. W'oulJ quickly leaTa you, If jrou uvxl Dr. King' h'ew Life PilU. Thousands of sufferer harepruiej their matclileM merit lor Hick Aud Nervous They make pure blood and otrong nerves and build up your health. Easy to take. Try them. Only 'IS cents. Money back If not cured, bold by 1'enny'i Drug Store. Head-actios. A Drute'a SuitKestlOB. "This thing of being engaged to half a dozen girls isn't what it's cracked up to be, this time of year." "Why not?" "Because you have to make each an expensive gift." Give each a trifle, and tell "Nonsensel her that the more you save, the sooner you can get married." Puck. Good (or the Kid. It is plain to see by the large amount Of presents received by the kid. That Santa Claus never kept strict account Of half the thing that he did. N. Y. Tru ' I lie Kaew. Chambcrlain'd Colic, Cholera and Willie Santa Claus only brings presents Diarrhoea Remedy can always bo depended upon and is pleasant and safes to good little boys. Tom (confidentially) Yes; but he' easto take. Sold by Craig Si Hooker, ily fooled. N. Y. Journal. Druggists. " yj"n. i4 Jr,"'i-'"ir . " 1 ' " ' 'i' ' ' "' " ,i'',fi'l,iiJII'lWWWIBBBBBBBBWBWWHBPWBIIHBBBBBBBM t i i' ; Jos. Ewult yesterday delivered to L. 0 Qbn. Wheeler is rather over doing Sweden, with a population of 4,S0G,-00Joseph a car load of lino Shorthorn catIn his has tho THE INTERIOR JOURNAL dentthing1creatingfawning to tho presi- Frank only 810 Catholics. Howard, of Talovllle, O., kill tle that averaged 1,6(50 pounds, nt fie. and the. impression that o These wore with one ho Is not such a great little roan as the ed himself because his wlfo proved hcifor In lot that weighed 1.500 pounds. papers have made luraouc. First thing to him. Dec 20, 1S98 Stanford. Ky.. Long-strewe" know ho will have joined Kobcrt WUlinmson, a Mnysvlllo Ho also sold to satno a car load of extra d cattle nt lie. Paris in his ignominy. tough, sandbagged an aged undo and good I News. $10. robbed him of W. P. WALTON. POLITICAL W. T. Woodard, tho most prominent POINTS. Mrs. Anna Solfert, of Mnysvlllo, Makes the food more delicious and wholesome went to seo a sick neighbor and fell combination horse salesman in tho Congress will adjourn from tho 21st Gov. Bradley says he will not alcountry, has filed a potltion in bankpjt Mxoa rowers co.. tt vomc. dead of heart dlseaso ns sho entered low tho personal unpleasantness be- to Jan. 4. ruptcy. His liabilities aro $40,."C.O and house. The American Federation of Labor tho tween himsolf and Col. Castlemnn to A train struck a wagon load of assets 8l,S77. Win. T. Woodard, Jr, influence him In tho reorganization of adopted resolutions opposing a largo Christmas shoppers near Freehold, N. also assigned, with $9,427 liabilities the Loulsvillo Legion us a regiment in standing army and tho policy of expan- J., hurling four to death ami fatally and no assets. Bad investments given as thu cause. the State Guard service, and if the re- sion. wounding four ethers. The mock democratic convention organized regiment selects Castieman Tho ureat saddle stallion. Bonn gold five miles from Tho discovery of for Its colonel ho will commission hclu by tho students of Kentucky Uni- Canon City, Col., has caused a now Brumrael, 300, was found dead in his him. This shows a manly spirit in versity, nominated Senator Goebel for town to spring up In a night. It has stall nt tho Kenmore Stock Farm, keeping with our knowledge of tho govcrno- - after a wrangle. Bardstown. No cause for his death is been dubbed Dawson City. Tho bill to lncorporato itho Internagovernor, after years of rather intiwith the known. lie was ono of tho greatest Martin Johnson, charged mate association. A bitter partisan we tional American Bank was defeated in murder of Jupiter Lewis at Lexington, show horses that over lived, and wus g have found him, but not of the small the House, the vote on its passage was found guilty and his punishment very successful as a sire. His owner 10.'laycs; 14S noes. bore kind, which would use his position had refused $2,000 cash for him and fixed nt imprisonment for life. Don't put oil your till the liut dny. Come n'JW mid reluct your Christmas John D. Whlto has forwarded his to gratify a personal spito or seek re Thcsecond order within 10 months had docllnod to price him at all. presents while the took Is complete with reasonable cnniieiits with cvcirtbing you papers to Washington in tho contest venge at tho expense of, the public At the Union Stock Yards, Lcxltig has been received at Baldwin's works good. In his inaugural speech ho said ho proposes to make for Judge Boro-ing- 's for locomotives to bo sent to China. ton, Saturday, good feeders sold at 4( need for iliu win lor. Such seat in Congress. ho intended to do his duty as God gave 4. earllngs averaged ,'t () 4. SupTho order is for 10 locomotives. At Wilmington, Del , the jury in the him tho powor to see It, and we believe o Company, erintendent Cook has tlnishud the work l Tho Amoncan ! that he has tried fully to live up to his case ol Senator Kenney, charged with with a capital of 350,000,000, and tho of covering the pens and putting cinpromise. Such an effort should bo ap- complicity to misappropriate tho funds Amor lean Potteries Company, with a ders in them. Ho expects a good marplauded by all good people, Irrespec- of tho First National Bank, of that capital of $27,000,000, were Incorporated ket all thu winter. Tho Union yards Has never been dium before. We are bound to do it In older to reduce our Mork by tive of party, and praise betowed when- city, hung. uro growing In popularity and promise in New Jersey. Jan 1m, and we have decided tint killinc pricjs will do the work. Tho IxiilavUla The Federal Assembly has elected is deserved. ever it At GlasL'ow. Circuit Judge Jones to bo tho most successful In tho Stuto. Store's Krent Dissolution Snlo will be long remembered by our customers and M. Mueller, who was vice president for friend. Leader. passed sentence on murderers Robert TIjoo price will bring tveoplo for miles round. Roosevelt went into tho war as a lS'JS, to bo president of tho Swiss Con Brown and Johnson Franklin and namW. W. Yeager sold to B. F. Robinlieutenant colonel and before peace was federation. M. Hanser, of Zurich, was 10. as tho dato for son two Christmas beeves at 4Jo. Tho settled was elected governor of the elected vice president. Thojboth are ed Fridav. March two welched 3,250 pounds and wero the double execution. great Suite of New York. He fought, rauicais. Miss Ret Harrison, of Princeton, extra fancy, attesting Mr. Yoagor's l-2- c. bled and died, more or less, at San Juan, Stone, of Missouri, in nn in- cooking dinner. Tho skill as an expert feeder. Farrls fc and tho newspapers made a martyr and tervlew in Chicago, said that ho be- - fainted while flesh was burned off her hand by fall Whitloy sold to Simon Weihl 1GT) ex- - Ixmsdale (ireen Ticket. Fruit of the Loom and Mmonvll e Cotton onlv 0c. Oood a hero of him. And now comes an ln0 democratic convention in ing Into a kettle of boiling soup. Tho Iort cattio at He They nro to go In Calicoes at 3 to .lie. Fhnnellette, 10c quality reduced to 7Jc. All wool Flannel, fort to boom Lt. Col. Morris B. Belknap, ioo WOuld reafllrm tho Chicago plat-o- f January and will weigh uowards of 14c Men's Grey Extra Heavy hand had to be amputated. the Louisville Legion, for governor forrai tnat William Jennings Bryan onglno on the Pon- 1, 100 pounds. This closes up tho year's d A of Kentucky because he marched up 'would bo nominated for president and tine, Oxford & Northern in Michigan, feeding for this linn. They handled the hill, where there was"no one to op- - would be elected, struck a sleigh containing live people, 700 head. Advocate. pose his ascent, and then mirched down Mr Bryan, amplifying tho statement throwing A good crowd attended J. II. Prultt's them out, seriously Injuring uifuui. voi. uumuup juu uu u 0f jja views against the policy or sale, near Hustonvllle, and prices rulod Men' Heavy Kibbed Underwear, 45o Suit. Mtn' Good Can ton Flannel Drawers outright. . . . and all that, but all tho printer's pansion, says that ho advocates treat-in- k two and klllloL' three Robert Rowland, tho socond ?ogro nlgli. .Mr. u. U. Uaughmnn, who owns j only 22c. Ladies' Long Sleeve Itibbuil Vent lie Fascinator, worth 'Jk at Iftc. in the land and floods of oratory jnp th0 Philippines as it is proposed to 01 .mpiier ni "u i " '" uve w n juii. i, worth 40c at 25p. Fascinator worth 7."e til IJe. I..uli Ilwavy Union can not duplicate the Now York bust- -' treat Cut,a. ti,at idf to ,nai0tain control accused ol tlio rauruer Lexington, was iounil gimty rriuay uuugu uiu corn ai i..tu a uarrui ftiiti rut to &Sc. Mism' Heim t'nion .SuitMciiltnSIc 10-- White or Ulan ncss for htm and the little boom (ho unl a stable government ha3 been and sentenced to spend tho remainder snuoKoU at the shock: the foddorit l&io kou cut to 47c. The price on nil Louisville papers are trying to raise for f0Pmed, and then withdraw, shook, tne oats at su. ; iwr 100 bund-W- . of his life in tho State punltentlary. that republican will die a'borning. Calvin S. Brlcc, who Campbell county at-- , lo and three sows for 310. Hay brought L. Fitch, a represented Ohio while llvlnjr In New torney. disbarred for drunkennoss, ap- - 10 " stuck aud cows $21 to HO. Thoro A Virginia congressman sees Mcin tho latter city Klnley and goes him one better. The York, diedpneumonia. He Thursday, pealed to Gov. Bradley to reinstate was a good dinner on the ground and held many of quick Is cut half n two. SHOES ,"'t',r "" than ever Ladles' fu torn made latter said at Atlanta that the time had , oflices during his life, was democratic him but ho refused to do so. The ap- - everybody enjoyed it. flhofs nt 118 nnd J1.23. ljdlV good pilf or grain rhwrigo now at Wlr. Men's good peal was tho first of the kind on record. come for the Northern people to share A sensational shooting occurred Ir. Hoot go now twice and National committeeat 4 J. &. rfenV Kiililnr .5tc. Men's Arctic Overnhoo at IKc. Hoys A passenger train on the Florida with the Southern people In tho caro elector years, besides being U. S. Central and Peninsular railroad was Louisville Sunday. Robert McDowell Hoots UiJc, worth? 1.2$. man several of tho Confederate dead. The Virgin' He carried a 31,000,000 in- wrecked near MadUon, Fla., caused by shot Freeman Little, an Owonsboro ian offers something more substantial. Senator. A being a many a collision with cattle on tho track. lawyer, who refused to marry his sis The dead are safe and no Northern ef- surance, in addition to ter after ho had criminally assaulted f! sa. Six people wero killed and many fort can add to their glory. Let the millionaire. her. Little was not seriously hurt, but Gen. Gordon, who albeit is a prince wounded. &&-! maimed, sick and needy Confederates Is given to gush, said af- Bridge and Ter after staying in jail till midnight and Tho Ghent-Vova- y be admitted to the Soldiers' Home pro among mon. reading McKlnley's speech at .At minal railway company, a brunoh of being ublo to get no bondsmen, he vided by tho government, asks the Vir jer lanta: "I am greatly delighted with tho Black Diamond system, has tiled agreed to marry the wrougod girl and 1'rinter'n Ink can not do ua jmtlce In ginian, and now if Mr. McKlnley and surprise to the incorporation articles. Tho capital the ceremony was at ouce performed tolling you of the good values wo rcnlly his followers are in earnest In their it. It was probably a and all charges dismissed. All belong was not so to me. stock of havo Come and the company is fixed at protestation of brotherly love, let them Southern people, but to tho cream of society. I have known President McKlnley for come to time or have an end to preacha great many years and have had the Gov. Bradley has Issued the death ing pleasing platitudes. Congressman James Hamilton Lewie, nrofoundest respect for him as a man warrant for tho execution of Bob "y of Tacoma, Wash., has n plan to avoid GUMSHOE HUNTEU from far off Gua- - and patriot. This Atlanta speech Is Blanks, who was sentenced to hang at the payment to Spain of the $20,000,000 And you will foon funl out that mo can temala has sent out a feeler for himself in entire keeping with what I have Mayfield and fixed Feb. 23. '09, as the awarded that nation by tho puaeo iyo you money on very article bought as a candidate for governor of Ken- - known t0 be hU liberal ,mPule8 " day for the hanging. Blanks commit- treaty. It Is to garnishee tho $20,0,-00- 0 in the hoiifc. . tucky. Better hold on to what you waru ine douih mr nmuuer ui ted rape. in lieu of thu Indemnity for lives have old fellow, than try for something. He Is a very broad man as well as a Harlan P. nalsey, the author, known aud property lost in the destruction of that you can never get. Bradley scotch- - ' caPau'e ane" Mpas "Old Sleuth." died at New York. the Maine. speech at - McKlnley's ThU from ed you before when you wanted to go to In all he had written l.'k'i boons, and his tho Senate and Bradley is stronger now i Atlanta certainly sounds patriotic and fortune was estimated at 8500,000. Ho TWO POINTED QUESTIONS ANSWERf.D thanthen. Besides If you could get eloquent, and might bo more appre-th- o wrote often two books a week, his last What is tho uo of making u better T.I). HANKY, MnnnKir nomination it would profit you clated lf h!d act8 tlul not Pive the llc to being "Only a Photograph." nothing. Tho people are suspicious of h,s word8: ".Thc war brouSt us to Messenger, whose article than your competitor if you can The Owonsboro Hranch stores at I'arin, Oirllsle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrenreburg, ' ynthl-aim- , not got a better price for it? your mysterious maneuvers nnd cat- - father; its settlement will keep us VcrHille, Eminence, Georgetown, Flixabethtown. Frankfort. Mauckport, Ind. editor was present, says that the Louis Ans. As there is no difference fti tread, and wouldn't touch you with Zhcv. "Reunited," glorious realiza-- a ville blow-o- ut over the Legion was a mts.-wtlon.it exprcses the thought of my drivelling farce. The parado was made tho price the public will buy only tho ezsRHfmzsrTZVKxmvzz 40 foot pole. yfViU,i, rrtti,mr,;ctKLaLatau conaum- mind nnd the letter, so that while our profits '"ay up principally of school children nnd on a slngm bale, thoy will l,0 McKl.N'LEY Is back from his election- - mation of my heart's desire as I stand people were be smaller 500 much greater in the aggregate eering tour of the South, where ho in this presence. It interprets the less than in the city. How can you get the public to know buttered parsnips with soft words in-- ! hearty demonstration here witnessed was hung In Illi- y,nu. make is tho best? A brutal murdorer tended to catch suckers. Old birds are and Is tho patriotic refrain of all see-nif 1.0th articles urn rimucrht t,.,, nois Friday. When tho bheriff went In At very llltIotv,t. caught with chaff, however, and tions and of all lovers of tho republic, inetitly boforii Je public, both aro curhim for tho gallows the Extra ntco (ium nnir(. iitMirtnl flavor., at a pound, uml lho Public will tain to y",,, thoughtful people wont go wild because Reunited one country again and one jail to prepare miserable culprit said with forced very quok,v pais Pxtrii nice Mixed L'nndv. worth I0i govt at Cc a Kund. he thinks thq Northern people ought country forever, proclaim it from the hravado: "Thev tell mo you aro the and uso nly tho judgment . on them Flniuit sutt Prench Crcum Candy worth 3o fui UK bettor one. xiund. to help the Southern people take care press and pulpit; teach It in the schools; This explains thc largo sale on Moi ilfllrloti Clncolutt Cream Oropi, wortli Jc for tSJ4c pound fellow that's going to do me and I want of their dead Confederate soldiers. They write It across the skies, the world n 'on tit Crlp. our loader, worth SOo, at 10c a pound, do it as soon us possible." Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Tho don't need any help, thank you. Tbey sees and feels it, it cheers every heatt, you to your hurry asked tbooillcer." people havo been using it for years antl I'lX'OHimt Hon llonx ut Vic 1. m)iiih1. "What's havo found that It can always bo 1' ehavo worked along without it for all North and South, and brightens the IniM)rti'd burnt Almonds, nothing nb'tir, nt Ho a pound, In hell" wns bis xpended upon. They may occasionally I these years and can juit as well con- - life of every American home. At peace "So's can eat dinner Clim'oliitt cov.'H'd I)ato, a iuoii'rt food, ut I.V pound, up with somo fashionable novelty take resKinso. He ate. j with all inlxi'd Nuts nt loc iound. tinue to tho end. put forth with exaggerated claims, but the world and with each other, Hummus, ytdlow as gold. 10c per (Ioii, aro certain to return to the one remedy what can stand in tho pathway of our LAND AND STOCK. A newly elected legislator in KanNlco Orangcv '.'0c piT lonn. that they know to be reliable, and for progress and prosperity?" AIm) Hi'iiiliuiirtcrs for I'lm Works sas will present tho 10 commandments Hoppled horses are not allowed on coughs, colds and croup thoro Is noth ing equal to Ohtimberlaln's Cough for enactment Into laws as soon as the BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. the New York speedway. Remedy. For sale by Craig it Hocker, extra session, which has been called, of Druggists. J. F. Pettus sold to S. Morgan, Harrison county's 4 per cent bonds Garrard, 12 butcher cattle at :ic is convened. But come to think of it. Largest rctallrrs of tine Groceries In the world. 50 torc4 in Kentucky, Indintm nnd Oli'o. tho proposition is not so absjrd, for in uroun'ht $105. on Hustonvllio pike for sale My farm Three murderers at different points or rent. W. W. Hays, Stanford. them will be found all the law noedod W Il.WKAItKS.MANAriKit. HORSE STOLEN w&ZTZXZZfSS for the guidance of man. Let a proper ,n imn(is ,elt tho haltcr draw Friday. vear 454 nacers rim . 'Man' Louisville merchants were In- a hay hoiim: 5 jrixirK oli! uml Midi illit J.imt Tf3KHyVMgi penalty "be placed for tho infraction of cord of o:1,0 ol. better. Miglitlv enlaririil wa iWilen from MiVurmiiki each of the 10, then repeal all other dieted for selling cigarettes to minors. H0ld to George B.Taylor, C'liuriTi lust Similar nlulit. Ihth UwiwHulilo rc- j M ,3 county has four brothers, Qf NlcholU!,vnie, a pair of bay horses waril for hU mtiiru or Information leaillni; to li la statutes and Kansas will havo the most' na"ison recovery. J. h I.A V, Shelby I'lty, Ky M concise and tho easiest understood laws' tho Veltons, whoso ages foot up 3:17 fop$m years. j in the laud. The Central Reeortl nnten n numbfir iOOOOO&CKXXXsOOOOC a.ne municipal government. 01 itosion of sales of corn In Garrard at$l to H.W A Cleveland millionaire has sued owns 1,000 horses, and it costs $200,000 delivered. another man of tho upper teu for alien- - a year to maintain them, Vf C. Whitney's SJ9.000 thoroughj ating of his wife's affections, basing his Picas Goln, who killed ono man and We will dovoto this mouth to bringing before you substantial articles suitable for bred stallion, Meddler, will make next claim for $50,000 on tho fact that tho fatally Injured another in Leo county, Cnristnias gifts. Our goods will be displayed with prices marked in plain figure season at Lexington. follow gavo her a pair of gold clasp Vn., was lynched by a mob. Andes won tho preliminary Derby garters, in which tho jealous husband "JWm. Osborne, who was killed at 4ft't"t Handicap at Now Orleans Saturday Tho Ouo CreLi ;5.'a:;-- ' lUtlMrlty, X found that his rival's picture was en- - Camp Shlpp, Ala., Is said tohavokilled So writoi ll'.n $2,000. V Jlutko L'. fa. ftmu.. i. 1 .or. sconced. ThU was carrying the thing i: men in Morgan and Wolfe counties, The vaco was worth Maj. C. D. Ronton has sold his farm a little too far up, but tho husband Ky &!ZtS&i of K..wt;iil IMnfJiu 2 The house wife appreciate) nothing woro tl.nn beautiful 'table linens, napkins, tow pike II . V .ov'l Qitlce. Ib I X NnprnoM ought not to have been so suspicious or For the seven months ended with of 112 aeroa on tho Boonosboro els, Ac lVrhaps an elegant Moipict or Smyrna Hug. All of thubo wo show in va an tw num n.e city to Thornton I. Wills at lui'i. ('nrt.fajiu.ruear. JMu$ 1 November, 18l)b, the exports of tho near this Inquisitive. f riety. United States amounted to $1,117,(181,- - 3100 Winchester Democrat. ' V .mily GIFTS FOIt MEX. Men nro pleaded witli any thing nuitablo'to wear or for Tin: Hon. W. S. Boozo, of Maryland, 10!I, Allen Stuelc, of Lexington, will Cctuirioiic!i:tl use. We show a large variety of Ornsteln Uico Cos fine Neck wear, a big is said to be tho handsomest man in j The total valuation of all property ' handlo Congressman Ralloy's string of .lfiiiiipcil-nt- ii 7 r s1mkt.1, t !!. assortment of Holiday Handkerchief, Mullles, (Jlovcs, itc , and the prettiest tires" Cotigross. We don't believe it. Whore in Louisville for taxable purposos as trotters next year, wun mo exception il'i.l..rriilt.Hrtliwlon .i.u. i v.iu.c.u uiunbcr. .Shirt ever shown in Stanford was Davo Smith, of the 4th Kentucky, j shown by the city assessor, is 8119,500,. of Klectrlc Boll, which will bo handled rfc. llAJ 3uvalii(t))!o when such an invidious verdict was uuu. I'l " a li i ikI lit. nml In noted driver, Charles Marvin. by the lli li 'ti , ilir, irn- made? mm kill j.b.i 1. j, in Carlisle's $10,000 4 per cent, bonds John Vlnevard sold 112 head of til ic Lr Board Saturday, hogs to Jake THE BGST FOR PRACTICAL USH. Tub House passed tho pension bil, wero bought by N. W. Harris & Co , of Chicago, for 811,372. They run from at :io. Bowman Terutino has bought It If easy to find the word wanted. carrying a SUo.OOO.OOO appropriation It li easy to ascertain the pronunciation. Wo havo FacinatoiP, Zephyr Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Ulnves, lloatity Pins Xcckliosj 00.000 pounds of tobacco tho past four 34,000,000 more thun last year, without live toUfi years. It Is easy to trace tlicurowtli ia word. Belts, Silk Waists, Silk Elastic, better than you ever mw it, Silk Mlts, Toilet Articles In a fight In Clinton county, George weeks, paying a cents a pounu. uur- It Is easy to learn wliot u word means. a word of protestor comment. Quousquc Tho Utile i U Xewst: Observer nay hi Selridgo stabbed Sherman Fowler five rodsburg Democrat, tandem abutere, O asina?,pationtIa nosOur Individual prcfereprcs wero fonmrljr (or NOTE THIS Wo nro agents for Helmers, Ilitmann A Co's Men's Fino Shoes aiiattifrillctlon.iry.biilAUiU'rBiiiiliit.iiwiiwlUi times, and received a gush in tho head Tho directors of the Kentucky To- tra? Krcppendorf, Dittman & Co'h Ladies' Fino Shoes, thu best factory in the United llie ImiI 11,tiuiiuii v iicwwi i.m jiiutiiiiiiuiiaii lairr in wturA It am tho mut vuliiitblf. ut.il hm Issued uu address four Inches long. bacco Leaguo have Slates on Ladies wear. Our aim will always be to sell tho best goods and make tho sLintlitnl as u ronslilfr It as uu u Statistics show that fewer lawyers It is estimated that it will cost $24,- - urging all growers to hold their tobac- - aicuuuauir suuujii OvaTHH UUST. far asaujuiid lowest prices. OCT aro Masons than any other profession. 000 to repair tho damage sustained by Co for bettor prices, uud calling on ' IVSpeclmen pigtt seol on application to Perhaps tho principles of the ono do not the battleship Massachusetts in tho labor organl7aitlons to assist In tho G A C. MUKHIAM CO., Jlibllnhcrv, springneia, .a.s., u.o.a. comport with tho practice of thc other. recent accident. fight against tho Tobacco Trust. 0, un-trutwo-year-o- lds J - et l,o00-poun- Royal Baking Powder V, be-fn- Christmas Bargains. Miii? In Prices ! Tin-plat- 1 Cutting And Ex-Go- v. Good Yard Wide Brown Cotton at 3 cti south-boun- Underwear Cut to 19c. CS-- ex-m- an i J i i Ex-Sena- tor Cloaks And Wraps rln-aiw- r I ! $35,-00- 0. , ssm i iff ml A Vlerry Ito-to- CLOTHING See For Yourself jc-urs- The Louisville Store. m u-H- long-deferre- d out-of-to- wn Christmas lt 11 11 ot I 11 Prt-n- 11 I Blue Grass Grocery Co., r , i I Iii4ejnrasti: iioanali. IMdft'TioESi&iry . "Webster5' Mprte For Santa Class ! . GIFTS FOR HOUSEWIFE. ! I l- I - fl I nn-- - ' 1 . rn-it- . i , 2.')0-pou- ud i 11, I ForTheYounff Ladies. JOHN P. JONES. HBaflg t. - A TL THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanforu, K.Y., Window light, putty, out., at Craig As Hooker's DlNNKlt wits from . i) - to SII5 at Hlg-gln- s Widk Ol'BN. Our Holiday goods arc nnd wo have u''dazllngdlsplny." War- -' ron & Shanks. I Don't forgot to have your picture taken at Harp's art gallery when you Box of Lownoy's candy for your girl como to Stanford during the holidays. , at Hlgglns it McKinney's. i E. C. Walton, JuaiNisa Manaoku. BUY your wife a load of Blrd-Ky- o ROOMS for rent over II. J. MeRob Canned coal for a Xmus present. No, oris' store. Dr. V. N. Crulg. other coal iilves i tho satisfaction. J.' Youit doctor given you tho right JUST received a full stock Mooring, ' II. Baughman A: Co. proscription, but unites It Is properly t expect ceiling and finishing. A. (J. Sine. tilled, you can't reasonably Is no object on our holiday PltlCi: good rcHtitlH. It Ih always accurately prewired and of tho very beat tniucrl raining for two or threo stock. Wo are going to hell tho goods It hns ills at Penny's Drug Store. days and tho signal sorvlco snys it will if big values and low prices will do It. Penny's Drug Store. continue Tuesday. PERSONAL AnTsOcTetTgOSSIP. I WILL open n private school In Mr. TllKHK were never so few theatrical H. P. Maktin has moved hi family Harp's house. Jan. 1. Tuition il.fiO a companies doing these parts. The ,. to Rowland, ti mo in 11. ;wrs. 11. u, turn.. barn stunners are doubtless counting rnuips. Ml!. Miount, Taylok, of Casey, was the cross ties to their homes while the - liitc. 20, i8g8 k McKinney's. in . m m -- - Motets' 2mJmJL Drag Store Is The Place to Find br-e- ei ...,. - . FOK drunkenness nnd disorderly hero Saturday. 82 fine In Tom linns caught Miss Mania Wakhkn has boon quite Judge Carson's court last week. hick for sover.il days. Mus. J. V. Adams Is visiting her WB have a nice lino of candy, nuts, daughter In Lexington. prices for tho fruit, Arc, at Cl.KM. JOHNSON, of Mt. Vernon, is Xmiis trade. J. K. VunArsdalo A; Son. vary 111 at Mrs. U. IC. Woaron's. BKUINNINO Jan. 1, 101), my terms Mlt8. W. W. Hays spent fccvorul will bo strlctlv cash, which means I du;s with her mothor In Lancaster. Mus. Daisy Hakiik, of Klngsvlllo, is will credit nobody. A. S. Price, Dentthe guest of Mrs. Cicero Reynolds. ist. con-due- t, 11 ock-bottom J3irga.iiiLS Useful Holiday (rifts . . . J.JLL --- . -- . . bettor organizations are seeking IloldH. 'Tls well. grcon-e- r MohhTaXIJS. Tho trustees of the Stand ford while school district huvo ordured u tax of 50 cents on each parent, who sends or will send, pupils to tho public bchool. They state that the object of the tax Is for tho better comfort of the children. ! PnoF. R. C. Durham's school at Dlt. J. G. Caiii'KNTKH was called to Thadk. WultcT Carter has sold to Turnorsvlllo closed last week with most Columbia on professional business G. W. Goodrich his stock of goods In credltablo exercises, which were enNeedmoro and tho latter will continue joyed by a number of white people as Mus. J. E. Pahius and Miss Jose- the business nt tho Carter store. well as a large crowd of colored. The phine Keller went to Danville Friday program included vocal and Instrumenll-- ' you want rugs, rockers, table to visit relatives. tal music, dialogues, recitations, Arc, L. C. GOOCII, of O. K. Is hero to scarfs and center tables soo W. W. all of which showed that the pupils had have Dr. O'Bannon perform an opera- Withers. Ho keeps tho stock and rccelvud line Instruction. mukos tho prices. tion on his 'hroat. Mus. Mahtiia Si:vi:uanck and ton, Osk ON Lui). The other day at noon Tin: streets of Stanford aro almost we met nuiu camliu a lantern and Sam Walton, are at home from Louis Imputable. Taxpayers In n body should i refilling tho Diogenes incident, wo ville for tho holidays. refuse to pay another cent till they can uekud, "Aro you hunting for nn honest beMiss Mauy Cash, of Stnuford, Is per SlOOoxtorted man?" "No," said he, in blissful e ing entertained by Miss Florence Har- get a little for tho 7fe from them. of tho man who Is tuttl to have ris this week. Lancaster Record. Miss JttAN BUCHANAN, of Crab Orevery description, lived In a tub, and went about with a Holiday goods of chard, was on Saturday's train bound candy In groat varloty, fruits of almost lantern in thu day time hunting for an for Louisville, to visit her sister, Mrs. every kind, toys In cudluoa variety and honest man, "I'm looking for Lud EvJ. A- Hatdamun. oytors, calory, A:c, In abundance. ans." Miss Linda Mii.i.ku entertained the John II. Melor. Wllll-unable to explain the whereV. A. M. Society and othurs, including $10,000 Hl'.WAHD Is offered by the fore and regretting the fact, which call-oher teachers, Missus Maltie Pa.Monand it forth, wa are nevertheless trratl-llo- d manufacturer of our ilne of candlos for Flora Ballou, Friday. to reproduce this from tho Winor injurious OUU readers will rejoice with us ovory ounce of K. chester Democrat, or rather the last when wo tell them that M. I). Hughes, Intrredlont found in our candy. J. A: Son. sentencoof It: Tho Stanford Jot'KNAL. Keq., has taken up his pen again as our VunArodiilu of March 22d. rouchud us through tho Lnuoantor corrosixmdont. TllKcornor clock, advertised by J. Dostotllce yesterday. It reads a llttlo R. M HUNT closed bin school at O. II. Prultt as being of groat antiquity, history, now that tho war K. Friday with u big treat to his pupils, was bought ut his sale by J. K. Bangh-ica- like ancient Is over and the Louisville Legion has and Is now luarnlng telography at who presented It to Mrs. II. C. Rowland under T. F. Spink. ! Btiughman. It Is more than 100 years I vo.s W. Fisil wont to Crab Orchold. thclocs. ard yesterday to help move his mother's will ba obeorved that in tho list of It family to this place. Henry Tharpe, of J. II. Cahtkh Tin: lucky Man Gets Brodiioud, Is working In hU placo at claims u man who worked six days is a pair of Fred Kaufman's pants free. allowed no more than the ono who Chicago, 111., Dec. 17, 1S0S, J. P. Jones, Rowlund. Emma Owsi.ky left yctorday worked three. Tho latter Is tho limit Stanford, Ky., Dear Sir Accopl conMiss and that exto send tho Christmas with Miss Alma for which pay is allowed gratulations. We aro most pleased to plains n seeming discrepancy. Lackey at Gallatin, Tcnn. T. M. OwsInform you that your order for Mr. .1. ley accompanied her as far as Bowling Miss Rlckman II. Carter for pants beurs the double Enthhtainmknt. Green, returning home. Nici: lino of new dinner sets, cheapwrites us to nnnounco that an enter- cipher and ho Is therefore entitled to Mil. JOHN ROUSi:, of Independence, given at the puMie gurmonls to tho ntnount of five dollare, er than ever, ut Beazley A; Carter's. tainment will be Mo. nnd Mrs. Robert McClary, of Louis-vlll- school building, Hustonvlllo, on Wed- mado up from any pAttorn which you were visiting Mr. and Mrs. K. T. nesday, JiSth, to consist of vocal and In- may select. Yours Truly, Frod KaufBack in Jah.. Dco Baker, who was o Pence. Mrs. Pence returned to week on tho bargain count-e- r taken to Barbmirvillo to stand trial for strumental music, recitations, a farce man. Till with them yesterday. wo offer "? oalrs Ladlos' Hand sew- complicity In tho murder of Deputy and i drill. W11.UAMS, of Mt. VerSheriff White, but who got It put off, Juixii: R. G. ed Kid shoes, 2 to I. for SI 00. Bubo Hansford, Foil was returned to jail hero Sunday along again Friday, and matnon, was hero A Sl.KKl Pkodivkic Being some- with Tom und Jumos Baker, who were assume more and more an air of Cornelius Stokely and John Adams ters young man or were fined $20 each before Judge Bai- what troubled with insomnia the editor taken thither for witnesses. Tom is suspicion. Beware ley. Tom Kennedy, Will Lovelace, of the INTKHIOH Jouknal has dleoV awaiting tho action of tho Court of Apanother may do you harm. R. L. John Smith and "Preacher" Williams crcd a never falling means lo Induce peals In his sentence for life for killing Mus. Pktkh Stkauii and Mrs. with White. James Is yet to be tried for Davh-owont to Parks vlllo Friday to were acquitted. All of tho parties are sleep. It Is this: Commence slinking the thumb of your right hand, tho same murder. burial of Mrs. Riley King, colored. attend tho Mrs. Straub's brother's wlfo. Sho hud With a Rakzok. Coleman Carpen- then tho llttlo finger of the sumo hand, MATRIMONIAL MAnERS. been 111 for several months. ter, the Negro who was ulwuys before then tho llttlo too of tho right foot, tho son, the courtH hoiej when ho wtmn'ttn jail, great toe of tho fame foot, then the Mus. Pout.man loams that hor Mnj. II. Wells, of Richmond, nnd Wlnfred B. Portman, of tho Oth Regi- cut another Negro with a ruator, at Lex- great too of the left foot, the little toe Miss Lucille Baldwin, of Red House, ment, U. S. V., bcourcd transportation ington, unil is now in jail. As tho of the muuo foot, then tho llttlo linger eloped to Lexington, where they were to Governor's Island, N. Y.. and will wounds aro soriou Carptentor will of tho left hand, tho thumb of tho same married. nail on tho llrst transport to PorttRlco. likely do considerable tlmu in tho pen. hand and on around and around again W. M. Singleton, aged 22, and Miss In the sumo way, until nature's sweet Nancy Uoup, sweet 10, were married Mil. A. M. Ruth, of Co. 1). 22d In L'ndku tho schedule, which went restorer, balmy sleep comes quickly Saturday at Ed Roup's. fantry, sunt us Friday subscription his paior sent Into effect Sunday, C. S. trains pa?s and surely to your relief. for a vear, nnd ordered George Jobo, for cruelty to his wlfo City as follows: South No. 1 to Fort Crook, Nob. On the mmo day Junction and children, was tied to a tree near No. ft, Jl:,r A. M.; No. , M "DID you read that sensational stuff wo noted an order from tho war depart- at ll:.rS a. his house In Graves county, and whip IV.oQ v. M.; North, No. 0, LIII P. M.; No. In tho Cincinnati Enquirer about tho Mawas unconscious. ment for tho regiment to sail to No. 10, lato G. W. Pagan?" asked Judge It. G. ped till ho ; No. 1, 11:18 a. M. 2, :i:18 l. Samuel Kldd Hodgkin, of Winchesnila as soon as It could get ready. Yes? Well the Blue Grass Special, leaves Junction Williams, of Mt. Vernon. ter, who used to do considerable courtCity at (I A. M., and returns from Cin it's all pure fiction. I have tho only IocaThappenings, ing here, was married at Sulphur cinnati at 8:0.) i M. Nos. 1 and 2 do pupors found in his effects nud they tell last week to Miss Temperance Morris. Arc. HamRINGS, braeelots, watches, nothing to 6how that ho was Frank not stop. Jumcs Hepner, aged "7, nnd Mrs. ilton. Travors, tho noted guerrilla." From Swartz, 01, were married nt Alliance, . ONi: of tho most credltablo art disAr Pagan's name La.MI'3 from 2.o to 810 at Warren plays ever made at tho college was by all wo can gather Mr. O. This makes tho third time the was Geo. W. Travis. He appears to bundShanks' Miss Mary Hubbard's class and groom und fourth the bride have tuken have boon a collector of internal rove. partners for life. our citizens Inspected and JUST received lot of diamond rings led-of it Frldav uveulni;. That Miss nue in Tennessee nnucr I'rosiuen-JohnstoJoe Collins und Wm. Johnson fought and studs. Choap for cash. Hamlland getting behind In his Hubbard Is a renl urtlst herself, capaover their mutual sweetheart at a danco ton. wny, left tho State t- T ble of Imparting her accomplishments accounts sotao " near Prestonburg, when tho former Lahuhst block of candy, fruits,- Arc, to her pupils, was shown In a number and assumed tho name of Pagan. Somo was killed und the hitter fatally wound years In town. Prices to suit all. Biggins of splendid portraits und other paint- depositions taken horo sovoral cd. Tho young woman is prostrateu with grief. A: McKlnnoy. ings by herself nnd a great varloty of ago established that fact. Jonathan Dav. u soldier of the war praise-worteffortb by her class, both presents Evr.HYTiUNK In holiday HonsoN". An I J. reporter, who was U1, C1 , ,u (vini,nnH v..w w. .. lUli i..rt.v. ....v. iimClrll wnrs. from nature and from other studies. in Louisville Saturday, had tho pleas Mild to bo 110, was married at Ypsilantl from tho tlnest Medulllou to a 6 cent doll, at Penny's Drug -Store. TllK circuit clerks, who wore sued bv uro of seeing the man who sunk tho last week to u woman 00 years his junfor tho 8. retained by them Merrlmac In Suntiugo Hurbor to cork ior. Tho object of tho woman's marIs tho shortcut of the your tho auditor In felony cases and which they failed to Ccrveru. Richmond Pearson Ilobson, riage was clearly to contlnuo the pennnd If it dupllcutes Its predecessor It turn over to him when tho court decid us ho resistors, was on his way to San sions. This Is Day's fourth marriage, will be ono of the "nnwstiest." ed they woro not entitled to it, huvo Francisco, via Chicago, from which! tho otuer wives oying umuru wbj Sl'IXNDlD cooking range and very combined to light tho caso to tho bitter placo ho will sail baturuay for .Manna, 00l,id enjoy tH0 usufruct, und was glvou an ovation In Louisville. w r; McDaulel, suid to be a mlnls-hundsomo baso burner stove for sale end. Judge W.S. Pryor has been nnd as ho takes It for n continof John S. Hughes. met him nt Shepherds- - ter of tno Christian church, has sued commlttco oheup. Inquire gent foe, ho must bo pretty well satL-tl-ed vlllo nnd ho was wined and dined and j wjfe for iVorco at Memphis. Ho Uksidknci:, near the college, on that ho will win it. Tho result will given tho keys to tho city during his 18 Baybometa Mrs. Wilson, a widow, Main Street, juat vacated byE. C. Wal- hang purely on tho construction of u hours stay in tho Pulls City. The "hero at chelseu. They fell in lovo nnd wero law. of tho Merrlmac" Is not ustrlklng fel'jgoon mftrried. After u few months ton, for rent. Apply at this otllcc. s 'tho citizens' tj10 wjf0 ic(t jjor husbund, who "WHO Is that distinguished looking low by a long shot and in BOYS do not forget that wo will soil ho wears attracts" no attention, unon flied suit for divorce, nlleglng nny old gontloinan?11 asked Conductor Matt Uro workd Xiuus Evu cheaper than n J. K. VonAradiilo & Lowo Saturday, "Is ho Gon. Cash ns ho Is tho very modest dresser. The that the womun hus Negro blood in her house In town. Louisville Times prints Is u veins. was picture Clay?" "No, sir, far from It," Son. cumo into tho world truo likeness and In fact Is as good as a reply. "Clay President John B. Thompson, of the now tho This Is u groat country. Wo Phil- - with u sword In his hand that ho bus photograph. It was Lieut. Ilobson's Kentucky Distillers' Association, hus u few hours In Bend papers to Port Rico and tho been using ull his life. Tho gentle- Intention to remain only Issued an address to tho distillers, urgpound rates; that is to say, man you ask uboutls Dr. Win. Shclton, Louisville, but he wns treated so ipplncs at ing members to stand together in acbo stayed over night. His misabout a dozen for u cont's postage. president of Stunford Pomulo College. tive support of the Outage Bill, now IT" somo of tho Ho cumo Into tho world with nn olive sion at Manila is to raise pending in Congress. IT was very foggy Sunday and staid In his hand and over since ho vessels Admiral Dewey sunk for tho noon ! was ditllcult to brunch Elder Charles K. Powell has been eo all day. At looks to bo 1, uuu tV.ii unirlno (if No. 24 could, bus preached pcaco nnd prac- Spanish. Tho lieutenant called to tho Christian church at Lanand Is ns erect boo wm yaruo full ticed tho precepts that lead to per- about 35, Is six feet tall caster. passed with her head light in as an Indlun. fection. m Sat-urda- y. 11 Igno-raneI B t Medallions, Wave Crest Ware, Sterling Silver Articles, 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 Miscel-- i laneous from the standard authors. GAMES. A fine assortment of the newest out.- il jHd-ono- us n. :ri,r,tT;r;.dS,r Transparent Celluloid Clove, Handkerchief and Necktie Boxes, Picture .Frames, Photograph Al- bums, Bisque Figures, Perfume Boxes, Comb arrd Brush Sets. For price I can n A I I C in quality and invitation isnot be to3 en a cordiall extended Everybody. beat-LVLLim Fllf - 0r LVWr1 rHrC u? uv W9 w 2"; 2J e. Loul-vllt- fleed Hoy Help ? About Selecting- Tour Christmas Present ? - crap-shootln- g, n Read The Follwing List. You Jlav Find Just What You "Want. 5 M-- Blankets, Comforts, O Overcoats, o Socks, Ties, O Collars, Cuffs, o cn u ad-mlr- o n, - - - hy - . ,,., T TO-DA- Y r I J A - , - - there-clothe- Hoods, Handkerchiefs, Pocket Books, Umbrellas, Cloves, Fine Shoes, Towels, Shirts, Initial Handkerch'fs, Table Linens, Napkins, Collarettes, Cloaks, Mufflers, &c, &c. ' Fascinators 4 o CIO . O o C than For thosejwho had rather save a dollar or i:vo hos-pltub- ly a present, we are prepared for you too. "Yc are oiler Overcoats, Blankets, etc., at greatly reduced prices. -- ..-- ..1 ,- -- ,- Severance & Son. d shine. . j p..- - ?j0p&pmpimBMgi JmS shaking them out of ice boxes on the roof. harnessed to n sledge, from which sledge n stout mnn furred to the eyes, was in the act of stepping. "It is old Santy," soliloquized Alice, not ntall afraid, though her heart beat fast, "and he is coming here. I'm the only little girl in the house." Being a sensible child, Alice crept softly back to bed, believing thnt it was the proper thing to receive such a distinguished visitor either while aslccpor pretending to sleep. Shehs-nrhis footsteps as they came nearer and nearer and at Inst the redoubtable Santa himself entered the room. She fancied he was somewhat tall for the old gentleman, as shv hud' seen him in ictures, but, tnll or short, he was laden down with all manner of good things. Ou the mantelpiece, the table, the chairs, the bed. the beneficent "Santy" heaped up exactly those articles Alice thought she required. Having disposed of his goods Santa Clnus bent over Alice in her bed nnd imprinting a soft kiss ou her brow murmured: "God bless you, darKng." Then Alice fell asleep. When she came down next morning evcrytlinir was as Chrlstmnsy, as she expressed it, as she could desire. The hedges so recently planted were white, tremendous canvas nwnings covered the grounds immediately around the hcusc, frozen rivulets were to be seen her and there, sparrowB, chafllnches, linnets and robin flitted from bush to bush and from one clump of evergreens to another, and while Alice was admiring t, m THEINTERIORJOURNAL At midnight a clamor that might awake the dead aroused Alice from her us old folks here. 3Eo."bll.olaod.T'-a.oaiQ.3rsleep. She heard loud voices crying ajad.7xld.arra It taln't a hilarious banquet, no matter how out: fine the spread, "Hold on there, Slasher! Steady, eatln' Christmas dinner and SIJCR. YKAH1N ADVANCE This thlnkin' yourthem that'a dead. of Crasher! Whoa, Donner! Gee there, But I guew thatja what 'twould have come Blitzcn!" tm- - When not sopaldaJS.CO will e charged. to If I hadn't happened to speak Bunning once more to the window, in Of that leetlo orphan of Wlxon's. whoso a state of high excitement, Alice Ilnlton father had died last week; the Stanford. Ky.. Dec. 20, iSgS And sez mother Ood blew ton woman, her uaw that tho ground was white, and, heart is the heft of a Why not have him over for Christmas?" more than that, she saw four reindeer OUR CHRISTMAS PRESENT. It wa'n't very much of a Christmas we reckoned to have last year. tYlth nary a chick nor relation and only - Well. I drove over to git him and fetched him back with roe, And If he wa'n't the Mcklcdest baby twaa ever my luck to see. And cunnin' well, honest Injun! It almost made mo young To look at his lectle Agger and hark to his TIME prattlln' tongue. I toW him about old Santy a' scramblln' down the flue, KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. And he wondered about the stove pipe, how Santy could wiggle through. We told him to hang up his stockln', and S'n 8 ArrrlTcsat Stanford at 1:08 a. M. Stanford at . 2:10 A. M. Nn that leetle chap, I swear, Ho. 21 Arrives at Jlowland at 12:00 DAY. Made us promise to hang up ourn, so Santy r. m. at No 22 IxttTes Stanton! could leave our share . got his bedtime, we poked off Then after it up t'the store KUOXVILLE DIVISIOH. And loaded ourselves with presents, and Lord knows what not more. .12 37 p m No. 21 Train going North .Si. -,- .. While I Jest sorter managed to git by my,. 2 II a in s. .. Mo. 36 h self someway, ,.12 43 km outb no. as J?;. ..m.. And bought a few things for mother In ,. 1 21 1 ru Ko.M't;". honor of Christmas day; Forallirotntfct' And when w was goln' homewards I see .to hide her SOnOH TICKETS BOLP. Some bundles she said was secrets and I IIAGGAGE CHECKEBnm)Uau mustn't look Inside. For anr Information enquh Perhaps It was mighty foolish, but honest t' gosh, I b'leeve JOE S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. I'd never been ha'f so happy 's I was that Christmas eve. E. C. Waltox, Business Manager. and acz I: "Old lady lonel" Eg3B&r ij-nt- Ml Tub! Havana Limited. Tho first American railway to announce train service for thocspcclaf benefit of travel 10 tho west Indies has beon heard from. Tho Qucon & Crescent Route are announcing a fasttraln known as tho "Florida and Havana Limited." It will go Into service from Cincinnati to Tampa, Jacksonville, Miami, Mobllo and Now Orleans. Thin exponent of tho genuine American jdea of getting Into the field early will be a complete vcstibuled servlco, with diners, observation ears, wldo vestibules, electric headlights, and all the paraphernalia of tho modern railroad train. It is , chiefly to bo marked as being In the field for tho now territory which is just coming under tho protection of tho greatest Hag on earth. Train will make fast time to ports tunned and will connect with llnu steamer service to various ports in Cuba, Porto Illco and Jamaica. It marks a now era in d In i? in this country. fir.-Jrail-roa- mi THE OLID 'Aifrm irK.WI The Cincinnati Weekly CommereialGazette (Weekly Edition of tht Commercial Tribune ) TEN PACES WEEKLY 50 CENTS FEE YEAR -- Stockholders' .Meeting.; h A meeting of the stockholder of Olio Lincoln bounty National Hunk of Stanford will Ikj held at their Imnklng house tho noconil Tuesday In January, 1M. for tho purpose of electing It directors for tho ermutiig nr. J. I. OWSLEY, iVshler. Stockholders' Meeting. A meeting of the stockholders of the Klrst .tHimiini naiiK or Mnuronl win bo held nt thvlr hanking house the second Tuesday In January, 1M1, for tho purpose of electing 11 director for tho ensuing veur. JOHN J Mcl(0llKKT., Ciulilcr. that was a merry Christmas, If ever there was one yet; The youngster was nigh to crazy, and we Trains leave Frankfort at 6:30 a. m. and 3 P. v., was as bad, I bet. onnectlng at (Jeorgetown with Q. A C. and reach Paris at 8:40 a. m. and 5: 10 r. m. Leave faris The old house fairly chuckled as the baby laffed and played, t9:20 A. M and 5:30 I'. M.. connecting at with Q. A a and reaching Frankfort at 11:53 And at night we watched him sJeepIn' a. . and TiMPg,,, where our leetle boy had laid, n SEWT0Si A. 0. P. A. Our own little darlln' and mother sez, soft and low: "He looks so much like the other. It's QUEEN & CRESCENT. wicked to let him go. Perhaps for a Christmas present, Ood sent City as follows: Trains pass Junction him to be our son, .. No. 1 South .... 12 02 p m No. 2 North......4 11pm Let's keep htm for ourn forever," and sez 841am " . 1149am "4 "Old lady, done!" No. 8 " 6 ' 184pm JoeI:Lincoln, In L. A. W. 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Address to-dat- ai v e 1 Oeorge-tow- n , .ujijicui,iAi. iKiuuAt, uu citicinnnti. rs tow-hair- ed Stockholders' Meeting. meeting nf tho htockiiolders of the Hank of Hustoiivlllo will Ih held at their hanking house In lltistonvllle the 2nd Tuesday In January, 1SU'.1. hot wren 0 nnd 1 1 A. v.. for tho pnrposo of electing nine directors to srvo the ensulne vear. J. W. II'OCKEH. Cashier. A Na-tlon- ul No. 1 does not stop. No 2 stops only for passen- from South of sjomerwt. 9 and 10 run no Sra than Junction City and 5 and 6 only to Soru-ne- t. ' A COSTLY CHRISTMAS. John Ilnlton wns an Australian squatter with a problem to solve. Its solution worried him exceedingly for Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndsd nomn weeks, but. boinrr fortunntelv for Porter uim n millionaire in the pound sterling table, fcverytning Mason Hotel MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. The John Ilnlton Uronsrht Snow nntl Ice lu Mlilsnmmer Weather "VViij- - for Ills Daaarliter. Ijmcaster, meet all trains. : Kentucky. 89 first-clas- s. I A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, TotWHl Stanford, Ky. OfllotOTer McRoberU' Drug Store in theCOwsley UiilldlnK. JC.JtfcGLAY UNDERTAKER! And Dealer in HARNESS, SADDLERY, &0. STANFORD. KY. TAKE THE tiiyvssmiimBSisk The Popular Route to CHICAGO. Heed, Gen. Pass. Agt., E. II. liacon, Di8. Pass. Agt. W.1J. McDoel, Vice-Pres.Gen. MKr Charles II. Rockwell Traffic Mgr. & Frank- J. "Big Four Route' Ikst lino to and from Toledo and Detroit. All points in Michigan, CHICAGO. White City Special. Host Terminal Station, ST. LOUIS Avoiding the Tunnel. BOSTON. Wagner Sleeping Cars NEW "TOSLK. Buffet Parlor Cars. WnRner Sleeping Cars Private. Compartment Cars, Ke. .cant Loaches and Dining Cars. Be sure your tickets read via BIG FOUH E O. McCOKMIOK, D. B. MARTIN, Paes. Traffic Mgr, Gen. Pat,s. ATkt. Agt, .CINCINNATI, O. wants it?" That same evening John Ilalton cabled Prof. McCulloch, of Aberdeen college, to send him a cargo of evergreens from the north of Scotland, regardless of expense, and to send them via the Suez canal. He telegraphed at i, the same time to James II. Muir, of New Zealand, to forward him tOO tons of snow from Mount Tongn-rair- i, in the Wnikato country, and the next day he ordered the plant and ma chinery from Sydney, New South Wales, necessary for the manufacture of ice according to the hygienic process. lie made arrangements, in fact, to have a fence constructed around the crag within which, for one day ntlrnst, With winter would reign supreme. this end In view he imported 500 laborers and mechanics from various points, who were soon busy building sheds, excavating cellars, planting trees, creating pools for sliding purposes, and doing other things to get the plnco ready to assume a wintry aspect at the proper time. Meanwhile the atmosphere grew hotter ond hotter each day. Alice's stockings were hung up Christmas eve. She said her prayers and was just about to jump into bed when she- felt the atmosphere growing palpably cooler. She ran to the window, and, sure enough, snowflnkes were coming down as, indeed, well they might, seeing that four of her father's faithful employe wers industriously Tar-nnak- sense of the word, solve it he ultimately did, to the satisfaction of his daughter Alice, at least. And phe, after all, wns the principal party to be considered. We have heard how, as the mountain refused to come to Mohammed, that old humbug, pretending to have received a sudden inspiration, mounted his sa- THE LITTLE ONES PRESENTS. cred camel and went to the mountain. John Ilnlton did better than Santa Clnas Cnruliliri the Trees, he brought England to Utit Fntlier'. and Mother's C2IUa and compelled Santa Claus to visit Should lie l'lnlnlr Marked. Alice at the simmering- antipodes. lie surrounded her for the one day of DeElla Morris Kretschmar writes entertainingly of "The Christmas Tree" in cember 23, 1877, withmistletoeandholly and ivy; he showed her a flurry of the Woman's Home Companion, and in genuine snow, he enabled her to slide the course of her nrticle sttys: en the ice, mid in flue to do all manner "Do not mako the mistake of hanging of Christmas things, just as she hud gifts on tho tree. The tree Is from done in her native Devonshire the pre- Santa Claus, the gifts from family and ceding Christmas of 1S7C. When it Is friends a distinction which should be remembered that Christmas in Ballarut made clear to each little mind. And is one of the midsummer days, and that label each gift before placing it under the mercury In the thermometer the tree the proper place for all Christstands at 100 in the shndc, it will be ad- mas gifts. Santa Claus is sure to be mitted that the achievement is one given credit for anything anonymous. worthy at all events of n brief sketch. Ihe writer once received a shock not Alice was a beautiful, motherless easily forgotten. After much shopping, child, with blue eyes and golden hair, supplemented by work nt home, a beau, a true descendant of the Celtic Cymri, tiful tree, with numerous gifts nnd her father fairly adored her. One gladdened the eyes and heart of her day, it wus in October, the mail from one and only on Christmas morning. T.nglnnd brought a number of colored Everything was duly enjoyed throughnnd amongst out the day, but in the twilight two litprints to them a picture of Santa Clans, by Koul-bnc- tle arms were slipped about mother's neck and a soft voice nsked: 'Mother, glad why is it that everybody gives me pret"Oh, pnpn!" cried Alice, "I'm Christmas is coming. Grandma told ty things on Christmas hut you nnd me I should sec Snntn Clnus and his father Aunt Mary, ' Uncle Edwin, reindeer when I was old enough not to Eloiso, Mamie, all the rest of the fambe scared, nnd I'm old enough now. ily, and even my friends nil but just you? I would rathr hare something Ain't I, papa?" Henceforth Alice talked of little but from you than from anyone, even Santa. Christinas nnd Santa Claus, not think- Cinus.' ing and not knowing that the heat of a Think of it! After so much effort, Ballarut December 25 would melt the and no explanations possible! Santa poor old soul and his reindeer into five Claus still gets credit for the tree, but grease spots in half a day. mother's and father's gifts u?t plainly "Where is the use in possessing mil- marked. 'There are some parents whose conlions," John Ilnlton asked himself one day, after such a short Christmas dia- sciences arc so painfully constructed logue, "if they do not enable a fellow that to them the Santa Claus Action to introduce a small taste of winter seems a wicked falsehood not to be enInto Bnllamt when a fellow's baby couraged. We pity them and lament seven-year-o- ld d; 'hese sights, their results after brenk-fasa coach rolled up to the frontpate, which contained two little boys nnd three little girls. The visitors assisted Alice in constructing her snow mnn, and, though it C. wns, to be sure, a little queer to be e obliged to do it in a shed where a ground out coldness by the bquare yard, and where the sawdust The was, somehow or other, mixed with he snow, still they got along famously, Stanford, Ky., nnd at night Alice told her fnther with sparkling eyes that she had never spent Is Receiving his And a happier day. "The little piece of deception," said WintcrlGoods. John Ilalton, subsequently, "cost me 75,000, but then it furnished employ, ment to hundreds nnd gave pleasure to Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. my little girl." John C. Fleming, in Chicago Inter Ocean. Give Him a Call. Substantial Presents Are The Kind TO MA KB. ' H. RUPLEY, inn-chin- Merchant Tailor. Fall MARK HARDN'S Is The Plcaeto Buy Them. 1'UIIMU SALE OK Bnl-lar- nt Lincoln Co. m J H.BAUCHMAN&CO Bonds Henclqunrterj For - The underslpncd committees apolntc! by an order ot tho I'IkcuI court ot Lincoln county, will on Wednesday, Dec. ait, 1898 door In Oder (or side at tho court-houi- u Stanford. Ky.. 48 Lincoln county iHinds, iaid Ik)ikU to tm Usued In three mtIch, to wit: Series "A," sericd "H" nnd mIc! "U " Scries "A" einbrncliiK 12,000 and consists of 12 bends of $500 each nnd numlxrt'd 1 to 12 nnd Mx bond fur tho sum of $1,000 each and numbered Kl to IS. Series "11" $15,001). of IS bonds for il.Csiim of SI. 000 each and numlxircd 10 to 311 and Series '" embracing 115,000 of Mild bond of $1,000 eucli and numbered Ut to cm-hrac- lnj; oor.-litlriR Shipstuff, Hay, Cornchop, Oats, &c. Cypress Shingles. 48 ben-mth- Craig-Devo- n, h. their honesty. If consistent they must frown upon all that man's imagination has done to adorn life, to embellish the world. As for Santa Claus, may he not be regarded by the Christian as typical cf tho giver of good gifts? And to the honest nineetcenth-centurpagan does his coining not commemorate the birth of the acknowledged highest type of enrthly man? Santa Claus needs no apologist. He has made lives better and brighter since his first coming. . y Tho lmnilt embraced In series "A" sltnll redeemablu at the pteasuro of tho court In and altor live years from the dnto of their issuil and shall bo due nnd liaynblu 10 years from said date. Series "II rhall bo "redeemable at the pleasure ot tho court In and after 10 years from tho dnto of their lssual nnd duo and jiayablo 15 years from said date. Series "U" shall bo rcdtemahlo at tho pleasure of tho court, after 15 years from tho dato of their Usual and duo nnd payable. 20 years from the said dnto. The bonds to bo hold will bear interest at tho rato of 4 per cent pel annum, lmyublo on Jan. 1st, and July 1st, of each year, tho bonds will liear dato Jnti 1st, 1609. Any redemption of said bonds boforo and their maturity shall bo made according to the series nnd mtIkI number Ikj ml No, 1 ot the bonds beginning with "A." Said bonds anJ coupons will be payable at the Lincoln County National Hank of Stanford, Ky . lionds to bo redeemed on Jun., nnd July 1st, of eucli year and uon 30 days previous notice given by county judgo to Lincoln Comity National Hank. o"f said courtV intention to redeem nny of tho bondri as herein provided, said bonds shall ccno to bear Intereit after said dato. Salo of said bonds will bo for cash to tho highest nnd best bidder and will bo offered in lots from $1,000 with prlvllego of ?5,000 until all bonds havo been sold, tho committee reserving tho privilege of ottering tho cntlru nurnlter nt onco and accepting tho bid realising tho most money. Said bonds are bold unconditional nnd abstracts desired must be paid for by parties asking same. Witness our signatures tills Dec. 5th. 1808. In; es 3 ( Iron Fence. fXcTslHEJ Metal Joofmg. -- STANFORD, s OK- - KY. Mill Work. HEST LINE Lap Robes, Horse Blankets, Storm Aprons, In the city. Remember our line of Hand-Mad- e Harness. U. II. COOI'KIt, B. K. WEAKEN & SOV. 11. J. I'. 1IAILEV, HELM. Committee. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STAN'FOIII), KY. Brown Wagons Timothy and Glover Hay, Backboards, ' Claus to some poor family. phia Press. "Do not regard the Christmas tree a Surplus, S15.7CC 'bother,' even if fatigue and sacrifice Capital Stock $100,000. Attention of the public la called to the fact Dial are its price. how rich you Uanlc in Stanford. this nre in having some one in your heart der Utboonlr National the National JUiik Unthe provisions ot Acl not only br the capital stock, and home who is expecting Snntn Clnus. depositors are lluhlllt)' an amount hut by And remember the splendid privilege of equal tnthe stockholders' tlcoiiitors lor this Instituof the stock so that conferring so much happiness." tion are aecured by a fund ol i'JC0,Otx), KIth sworn ilaleiueulaof the condition ol tueltank aretnatlt each year to the United States (ioreniiiientand lu An Kxperlnicnt Worth TryliiK. aawts are examined at stated times by Kovcmuient The man who started the story that agents, thus securing additional and period salct. depositors. Suntn Claus is a myth never tried the toThis Institution originally established as the Vt delightful experiment of playing Santa posit Hank ot Stanford In 1858, then reorganised &j In IbC5 PhiladelThe Clirlaimas Face. There's discipline in Christmas tide; We learn we ne'er must fret, nut keep our lips still smlllr. wld, No matter what we jrt. Chicago Record. lacilltlea for transaction business promptly and liberally than eier before In ita long i rid lionorabU career. Accounts of indlriduali, fiduciaries, drmi and individuals solicited. DIKBCTOIS. Spring Wagons, Gtc. Vehicles of All Kinds. and again the National Hank ofStanlord reorganised as the First National Hank of Stanford Id 1882, has had practically an uninterrupted ex t ence for 3ft years. It is better supplied now will TJ. 3D. BRIGHT. Stanford Female College. WILLIAM S HELTON. PRESIDENT. Full Course of Study in Literature, Science, Music, Art and Elocution, under cul tured and experienced teachera Special attention given to Primary and Preparatory Classes, Call at the College and get a copy of our New Catalogue, or writo lor one to Mtw' NANNIE 8. 8AUFLEY, Lady Principal, Stanfoid Ky. W'hnl (he lleturna Show. Tho returns indicate that the man who thinks Snntn Claus Is n barren myth is overwhelmingly defeated. Boston Herald. J. V Hayden, Stanford B. II. Uaugbuun, " T. P. Hill, J. S. Mocker, ' W. A. Trluble. W.I' Walton J. U Colller.Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller, Mt.Veifton. M, D.Klmore, Blaxiloni. F. Held, Lincoln Co.; S. T. Harris, " " orriCBKX. J S. llocker. IYesIdent; J. J. McRoberU. Cassia A. A VcKlriDsAsaUUntGublcr. t JV. ..W,SK. .'. ,,flt,lS ' U . V - ,.iM. .. ... . ,Jf. a,t.,jL. i w- - , "T- - ' .....r1 . .....a.... .t- - -THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., Will Lee, do 50c, Wm. Lawrence, 3 do 50, Samuel Lawrence, 3 do 1.50, 1898 J. W. Long, days' hauling 1.50 Wm. Lair, 3 days' work 1.50, Tom Lackey, 2 do 1.00, 1 1 1 j - Dec. 20, Hen Lunsford, ."A hauling 5.25, Arthur Lunsford, 3 days work 1.50, Tom Lunsford, 3 do 1.50, : Eli Lanham, 5 do 1.50, James Lanham, 5 do, rejected, Same, 4 days' hauling G.00, Allowed at the October Icrm 1808 and pnplilo out of the ley of 1808 Woodford Lunsford, 3 days' wk 1.50, J. K. Lackey 3 do 1.50, (Continued from ln?t issue.) Charles 3 do W. P. WALTON. ROAD CLflimS. Lacking, 1 1.50, 1r - Silm 3 do 1.50, H. G. Martin, 3 do 1.50, W. r. Martin, 3 do 1.50, W. M. Mobeny, 3 do 1.50, W. I). Moore 3 haul 3 work 4.50, E. 1 Martin, haul 3 work 2.50, . S. Martin, 3 haul 3 work 4.50, George Montgomery, haul 2 wk 2.50 .J Montgomery, 3 haul, 3 work and 40 loads gravel G.75, Hen Martin, 3 days' work 1.50, Tilfonl Metier, days' work 50c, Yuiita Middleton, G do 1.60, It. 11. Murphy, 3 do 1.50, Edward Murphy, 3J haul 3 wk 5.25, Win. Lillard,Udo75c, Ah. Miller, 1 haul 3 work 3.00, Lunsford, 3 do 1.50, Will Cicero Murphy, 2 haul 3 work 3.50, Ed LuiiBford, 3 do 1.50, John Lunsford, 8 haul C work 12.00, Win. Meeks, 3 do 1.50. Edward Murphy, I haul, 1807, 1.50, J. J. Lay, 3 days' work 50, Hud Morgan, 4 days' work 1.50, 8 do 1.50, August M R Lawrence, G haul 3 work 0.00, Frank Martin, 3 hauling 4.50, Sam Lackey, 25 loads gravel and Ed Morcland, G hrs. work 35, rock 1.75, Wm. Mossleman, A days' work 25, Itobt. Morcland, G hrs. work 35, Green Long, 3 days' work 150, Geo. Magec, 1 days' work 50, Wm. I)iig, 3 do 1.50, Joe .Mounts, 2 days' work 1.00, Ken Lewis, 2 haul 3 work 3.50, work 2 00, Jacob Meadows, A days' work, 25, Charles Lovell, haul John G. Lynn, K haul U work 3.00, W. I). Murphy, 3 do 1.60, Thomas Lee, 3 days' work 1.50, El Murphy, 3 do 1.50, Saml. Murphy, 3 do 1.50, J. D. Sims, 3 do 1.50, G. L. Murphy, 3 do 1.50, J. W. Long, 4 hauling G.00, Long, 3 haul 3 work 4.50, lirnwn Arthur Morgan, 5 do 1.50, Itutlierfonl Morgan, 5 do 1.50, Wm. Long, 3 days' work 1.50, Wm. Morgan, 2 haul 5 wk, 3.50, Frank Likins, haul 3 work 2.50, David Moore, 3 days' work, 1.50, 3 days' work 1.50, , llobt. Lane, Jas. Martin, 3 do, 1.50, George Lassiuv, 2 do 1.25, A. G. Myers, 3 do, 1.50, S. Lee, 3 do 1.50,- , J. Tom Melton, 3 do, 1.50, Lafayette Leach, 3 do 1.50, Win. Melton, 3 do, 1.50. Cicero Lee, 3 do 1.50, Wm. Mershon, 3 do, 1.50, Lewis, 3 do 50, James 1A haul 3 work 3.00, Coleman Moore, do, 1.50, Hill Lewis, Geo. Moore, 1 (lays' haul 2 wk, 2.50, Bill Lewis, Jr , 2 days' work 1.00, 2 do 1.50, Jas. Murphy, 2 days' wk, 1.00, George Lewis, Marion Murphy, 2 do, 1.00, J; Lay, 3 do 1.50, Jake Massey, 3 do, 1.50, G. W. Litrell, 3 do 1.50, , 3 do, 1.50, Koss Leach, 3 do 1.50, Jas. Wilson Mullins, 2 do, 1.00, James Luddy, 3 do 1.50, Reuben Melton, 2 do, 1.00, Sheridan Leach, 2 do 1.00, Jobo MWcy, 3A do, rejected, J. D. Long, G haul 3 work 9.00, J. S. Moberly, U da. haul, A wk,2.50, . Leach, 3 haul 3 work 4.50, J. Clayton Montgomery, 1 da. haul 1.50, Ed Leach. 3 days' work 1.50, aydenlLeach, 2 haul 3 work 3.50, Ligo Miller, 3 days' work, 1.50, Thos. Leach, 3 days' work 1.50, CD. Miller, 3 do, 1.50, Will Miller, 3 do, 1.50, Gcorgo Leach. 3 do 1.50, Jas. Moser, 30 loads gravel, 1.50, Col. Loveless, 3 do 1.0, Ed Miller, 3 days' work, 1.50, John M. Leach, 3 do 1.50, Hardin Mullins, 1 do, 50, George Lunsford, 3 do 1.50, Napier Mason, 3 da haul 3 wk, 4.50, Matthew Leach, 2 do 1.00, 1 50, M. II. Jlaeon, 3 days' work, 1.50, J. . Leach, 3 do Jno. Morrison, 3 do, 1.50, D. Levin, 3 do 1.50, Jim Mllcr, 2 do, 1.00, Jona Littrcll, 3 do 1.50, Chas Jtfurphy, 2 do, 1.00, Wm. Lay, 2 do 1.00, Geo. itfanloy, 4 do, 1.50, Georgo Lay, 2 do 1 00, Jno. JVorton, 2 do, 1.00, Wm. Lee, 2 do 1.00, Geo, fcKinnoy, Jr., 4 do, 1.50, Egbert Leon, 4 hauling G.00, 3 days' work 1. 50, C. K. JcClure, 3 do, 1.50, David Lewis, Me-x-clA-ngg- do IJSc, J. 1 ilny-a-' Joe Joslin, work fil'e, Jim JwWw, ',1 do 1.50, iShermnn Johnson, 2 do 1.00, Buck Joiicm, !J do 1.50, ohn King, 3 do l.M), Spew I King, dol.fiO, John Kidd, I hauling work 1.7.', Charles Kidd, 1 (lays' work GOc Tom Kitrell, '.i do l.fiO, Cloyd King, 2 do 1.00, Frank Kidd, 51 do 1.00. Wmto Kennedy, 2 do 1.00, Win. Knrla, Ildo t.fiO, John Knrla, 3 do l.M, J. C. King, 2 do 1.00, George King, 2 do 1.00, John Kidd, 3 do l.fiO, Z. Kesaie, 3 do 1.50, Harney Killlmrg, 3 do 1.J30, J. W. Kinder, 12 haul 3 work 18 00, J. K. Kidd, 3 days' work 1.50, M. Kidd, 3 do l.M), Charles Kidd, 3 do 1 50, Win. Kormcnsky, 1 haul 3 work 2 50 Wesley Kidd, 3 days' work 1.50, Millxnirno Kidd, 3 do 1 50, I). J. Kidd, 3 do 1.50, John Kirk. 2 do 1.00, Ed Kelton, moving tree 1.50, Kirkjmtrick, 3 days' work 50, Will Kiug, 2 do 1.00, W. K. Kelly, fi do I 50, Maek Kidd," 4 do 1.50. W. It. Kelly, 4 do (5 00, Henry Kilt, 3 do 50, U.J. Luce, 2 do 1.50, A. E. Leake, 2 haul 3 work 3.50, Tom Lucas, 3 days' work I 50, Ed Lucas, 3 do 1.50, Dice Lucas, 2 haul 3 work 3.50, 3 days' work 1.50, August i Gugtnv Lang 3 do 1.50, It. C Lognn, 3 do I 50, . G. S. Uapcr, 40 loads gravel 2.00, W. O. Iiintheeum,',3 days' work 1.50, Jiiiium Leonard, 2 haul 2 work 3.50, Lewis I)gan, G days' work 50, James IiOng, 3 do 1.50, Jet Liy, 3 do 50, Wm. Luusford, J do 37c, T. Jonr , G ', John Mcrritt, 3 do 50, Thos. Martin, haul work 2.00, Sam Murphy, 1A days' work 75c, W. M. Mathency, 3 haul 3 wk 4.50, Josh Moscr, 3 days' work 1.50, J. J. Moser, GSo'fl lumber (5.50, J. J. Mosor, 5 haul 3 work 7.50, F. F. Mo.cr, 4A hauling G.75, Win. Moser, 5 do 7.50, Mohtgomcry, 3 days' work 1.50, 1 1 1 Wm. Mason, 3 do 1.50, Tom Mason, 3 do 1.50, Green Martin, 3 do 1.50, Arthur Martin, 3 do 1.50, John Martin, Jr., 3 do 1.50, John Martin, 3 haul 3 work 4.50, Edward Martin, 2A do 3 work 4.00, James Martin, 3 do 3 do 4.50, D. K. Moore, G do 4 do 11.00, J. B. Myers, Jr., 2 days' work .00, Logan Montgomery, 2 do 1.00, John Montgomery, 2 do 1.00, Frank Montgomery, do 50c, George Masterson, 2 do 1.00, J. L. Minix, 2 do 1.00, Gcorgo Moore, days' hauling 1.50, H. L. Moier, days' work 50c, Shelby Moore 3 days' wk and brnking hoe 1.50, A. H. Morgan, 3 days' work 1.50, M. T. Morgan, 3 ilo'l.SO, J. I). Miller, breaking plow nutl hoe, J. 1 1 1 - 1 rejected, Same, 3 haul 3 work 4.50, Fred Marlon, 3 days' work 1.50, Tom Martin, 2 days' plowing 3.00, TIkh. Martin, 2 days' work 1.00, 1 C L. Pre witt, 3 days' work,.l.r0, haul 3 wk, 4.50, 3 do, 1;50, W. A. JtfcIIarguc, 3 days' haul, 4.50, W. E. t " Same, 300 ft. lumber, 3.00, CL ldayB'haul, 1.50, A. M. Pence, 4A haul 3 work, G 75, Geo. McMxilkn, 3 days' work, 1.50, II. M. Powell, 5 da hauling, 7.b0, Green Jlfcitiillen, 3 do, 1.50, J. Y. Plas, 3 days' work, 1 50, Win. 3cKinney, 3 do, 1.50, G. A. Pleasant, 110 ft. lumber, 1.10 3 haul 3 wk, 2.25, Andy L. W. McWhortcr, 3 day's wk, 1.50, Red M. Pollard, 3 days' work, 1 50, Millie JlcIJcc, 2 do, 1.00, W. R. Pleasants, 3 do, 1 50, Dee Pollard, 3 do, 1.00, ilfcCormaek, 2 do 1.00, Jno. Green 2 do, 1.00, OdiePaul, 2 do, 1.00, Chas. Pogenhayen, 3 do, 1.50, " Isaac 2 do, 1.00, Edward Parker, GA haul 3 work, 0.75 " Adam 2 do, 1.00, ' Eli " Hen 2 do, 1.00, 2 days' work, 1.00, Joe Phelps, H haul 3 work, 3 00, " 2 do, 1.00, Wm. " Henry Playforth, 3 days work, 1.50, Geo. 2 do, 1.00, Bud Pennington, 2 haul 1 work, 3.2 Arthur JcGinnfa, 2 do, 1.00, Geo. C. N Pctrey, 3 days' wk, 1.50, Newell ileCreary, 1 do, 50, K M Padgett, 3 do, 1.50, Campbell MjKinncy, 3 do, 1.50, T. J. " 7 haul 3 work, 10 50, Wm. 3 do, 1.50, Geo Pulliam, 3 days' work, 1 50, Wallace McWhortcr, 3 do, 1.50, Banton Prewitt, 3 do, 1 50, Will McPherson, 2 do, 1.00, Sam McKittrick, 2 haul 2 wk, 3.50, Zachariah Padgett, 832 ft. l'mb'r 8.32 1 " 2 Wallace 3.50, Same,. 3 days' work, 1.50, Wesley Padgett, 3 do, 1,50, 2 " 3 50, Jim McCormack, 2 " Elmore A 3 do, 1 60, " 2A " Will 2.00, 2" " 3 50, Luther Pilloth, 3 do, 1.50, " 2 Gus W. A. McKinncy, 3 days' work, 1.50 Albeit Pitman, 5 do, 1.50, Wm. McGirr, 5 haul, 5 work, 7.50, Fred Pfeistcr, 5 do, 1.50, 4 do, 1.50,. ' " (i Jas. 6 " 0.00, Martin " Ben Privett, 3 do, 1 50, Thos. McMullcn, G days' work, 1.5 Uicero Padgett, 3 do, 1.50, Jno. McClary, 3 do, 1.50, Gilmorc " 1 3 do, 1.50, Jno. McKinncy, Jr., 3 do, 1.50, Isaac Privett, 3 do, 1.50, 3 do, 1.50, Wm. H. " Fred Pctrey, 3 do, 1.50, Win. McGran, 3 do, 1.50, Lilburn Padgett, 4 do, 1.50, Jesse McMullcn, 3 do, 1.50, Dave Peyton, 1 do, 50, " 3 do, 1.50, Logan II. II. Padgett, 3 do, 1 50, 1 haul 3 wk 2.50, Bradley Thos Plummer, 3 do, 1.50, 1 " " 3 " 2 50, Seymour W. M. McKinncy, 1 days' haul, 1.50 Fount Piivett, 2 do, 1.00, Fritz Palmer, 3 do, 1.50, W. G. McKec, 1 do, 1.50, Mitchell Pike, 3 do, 1 50, 1 days' work, 50. John McCarley, Thos Pctrey, 3 do, 1.50, Geo. McIIoward, 2 do, 1.00, 3 do, 1.50, 3 da haul, 4.50, Robt. Martin McCormack, Adam Petrey, Jr., 3 do, 1 50, C. K. McClure, 7 days' work, 1.50, B F. McKinlcy, 500 ft. lumber, 3.00 Newman Patton, 1 days' hauling, 1.50 C. K McClure, 128 ft. lumlicr, 1.28, Bud Pennington, 2 do, 3.00, Win. Perkins. 3 davs' work. 1 50. Fred Nickeler, 2 da haul, 3.00, " Sim 3 do," 7 50, Guest Newman, 3 days' work, 1.50, Frd Naif, 2 days' haul 2 work, 'S.bO, J. S. Phillips, 9A days' hauling, 74.25 03. S Powell, 2 do, 3 00, F uie, . m, 3 days' work, 1.50, 3 days' work. 1 50, Burdett Jos. Norris, 3 do, 1.50, E. R 4A days' hauling, G.75, Thos. D. Ncwland, 2 da haul, 3.00, days' work, 5 haul 3 wk, 7.50, Jim Pitman, " DaVid Ben Pcllman, 1 do, 50, II. Nolan, 3 days' work, 1.50, Pollard, 3 do, i.50, Owsley Ncwland, 1 do, 50, Alex Palmer, 2A days hauling, 3.75, " 3 do, 1.50, Jim Same, A days' work, 75, 2A da haul, 3.75, O. P. " W. G. Napier, 2 haul 2 work, 3.50, P. E. Parrish, 3 do, 00 loads gravel Jno. MiKee, 3 da A DAY OF GLADNESS. Let 1'ntlcnce, (Jencronlty and Lore 1'rtMnll In Home ninl Heart nt ClirlHtninrt Time. . Wlint tender memories that mnglo word calls up! How thu page ot life rolls back, and wo rend maybe, with tearful eyes, the characters written there, mid through tho long closed corridors of the past we hear the soft echo of the footsteps of those who have gone out from among us, and come back no more. But while Christmas saddens, it is always a season of rejoicing. There is hardly any home so poor in this broad land, let us hope, that the children cun-nhang up their stocldngs and hope to find something in them when morning dawns. And if there be such homes, would it not bo quite ns well for people who endow colleges, already possessed of ample means who build churches with steeples which pierce the skies who sport diamonds that do them no enrth-l- y good would It not be just as well If they would set apart yearly a portion of what they upend so needlessly, ns a fund to give the poor around them a happy and comfortable Christmas? God has no need of steeples a hundred or two hundred feet high. Ho can hear prayer just as well from ono elevation as Ho can from another. Christ was born in a manger, and IIo never preached in any costly cathedrals, yet Ills words have como down to us through the ages ever new, ever beautiful and sweet, to fill our hearts with hope, and to make glad these lives of ours which otherwise would bo but as the apples of Sodom. And, remembering what Christmas n commemorates, it should ever be a of "good will toward men." Petty differences should be buried so deep that no winds of idle gossip would be able to uncover them. We Bhould remember our own frailty, nnd have charity for our neighbors. And when the joy bells ring on Christmns morning, happy is the man who can listen to them and say truthfully: "I havo no hardness In my heart this day for any living thing." Shall we give presents at Christmas'?" Certainly, if the heart prompts the sea-eo- A NARROW KSCAI'E. Thankful word writUn by Jin. Ada E. Hart, of Orolon, S. 1). "Was taken with a bad cold which settled on my lungs; cough set In ami llnallr ter minated In Consumption. Four diKtors gare ma up, saying I could lire but a ih'ort tlmo. I gare myself up to my Sarlor, determined If I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my aluent'ones abors. My husband was adrised to get I)r King's New Dlscorery (or Consumption Coughs and.Calds. 1 gar It a trial, took In all eight bottles. It has cured me. and, thank (rod, I am fated and now a well and healthy woman." Trial bottles free at Penny's Drug Store. IleguUr sire .Vic and 81.00. Guaranteed or price refunde d. ABE YOU A DEMOCRAT? An old adago roads: "There is a placs for everything," and for everything to bo In its place, tho LOUISVILLE DISPATCH should find a place in the homo of every DEMOCRAT In the SUNNY SOUTH. Tho Dispatch Is tho people's paper, owned by tho people, and Is always ready to tight for the cause of tho people. 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ITStisW .NHLTTTCR " gift, not otherwise. In so far as you can, let Christmas be a da', not of so much feasting that the doctor will be needed the next day, but an occasion of good cheer. It is not necessary to anybody's happiness that thero should be a great many kinds of dishes. One can cat, with comfort and respect to his digestion, onl) about so much, nnd everything above that is a wcarlnobs and vexation. And too often the woman who does her own work Is so completely "tuck- I nittd Stales sf d r net keep them end mp lecelvcd. ns cent (to 4, i4U tuyuur rrrst point, THE McCALL COMPANY, r rc ," n in a v n in tite price at anyIn near! gj j!d C jfc jj 1 S3 to 146 W. 14th Street, New York !fc nnASCii orncm : 2; 1S9 Filth Ave., Chicago, and 1031 Market St., San Francisco. EJSC&IL'S sma ZTFL.'7UA3 2 firU'hteJt ;w Cu.i'1 'H A, ;iiiS12ME Magazine J irtl-1 1 B. G. " 2 days' work, 1.00, G.50, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Fred Naif, 3 days' work, rejected, Jacob Nance, 1 do, 50c, k'js-- c " 3 haul, 3 work, 4.50, Harlan Newell 3 days' work, 1.60, Sam Napier, 3 do, 1.50, Thos. Nichols, 0 do, 1.50, Win. Neal, G W work, 35, Geo. Naylor, 3 days' work, 1.50, Fred Nichols, do, 1.50, Henry Newlaud, 3J da hauling, 5.25, Felix Nelson, 5A days' work, 1.50, Will Napier, 3 do, 1.50, A. R. Nunnclley, 3 haul, 3 work, 100 load gravel, 0.50, R. C. Nunnclley, 3 haul 3 wk, 4.50, Win. Otto, 3 days work, 1.50, Jno. Owsley, 2 do, 1.00, 1 do, 50c, Stephen " Louis Oaks, 3 do, 1.50, 3 do, 1.50, Mat " 3 do, 1.50, Ezra 3 do, 1.50, Wm. " 3 do, 1.50, Frank. " " 3 do, l.r.0, Dick 3 do, 1.50, Dmil. " Chas. Owens, 3 do, 1.50, Jas. Oaks, 3 do, 1.50, Walter Owsley, 2 do, 1.00, Joe Oaks, 1 da haul 3 work, 2.50, 3 days' work, 1.50, J. R. " 3 do L50, Robt. Odear, 3 do, 1.50, Rice Pitman, 3 days' work, 2.50, Tom Peck, 3 do, 1 50,' Johd Petrey, 3 do, 7.50, Wm. Proctor, 3 do, 1 50, Ed Peyton, 3 haul, 3 work, 4.50, 3 days' work, 7.50, Glared Prewitt, 4 days' work, 1.50, Ed Patterson, 2 haul 3 work, 3.50', Geo. W. Reynolds, 2 haul 2 wk, 3.50 Martin Rector, 3 days hauling, 4.50, Cicero Reynolds, house for electiou, &c, 6.00, Same, 3 days' haul 3 work, 4 50, Geo. Rogers, 3 days work, 1.50, J. Rigsby, 3 do, 1.50, Dick Robinson, 3 do, 1.50, Deuce Rogers, 2 do, 1.00, G. W. Reynolds, 3 do, 1.50, Chas. Rhodes, 2 haul 3 work, 3.50, John Robinson, 3 days' work, 1.50, David Rogers, 3 do, 1.50, J. H. Retherford, 3 do, 1.50, Jim Rambo, 3 do, 1.50, David " 3 do, 1.50, J. Y. Robinson, 3 do, 1.50, Chas. Rice, 2 haul 2 wk lumber 5.25, J. W. Ramsey, 3 haul 3 work G.00, Win. Reed, 3 days' work 1.50, Fort Rogers, 3 do 7.50, Arthur ieed, 2 do 1.00, John Roynolds, 8 haul 3 work, 12.00, John Rienzheiin, 4 days' work 1.50, Wm. Ronton do, 1.50, Jos. L. Rusk, 3 do, 1.50, G. A. Richards, 3 do, 1.50, E. Pallsgrove, ered out" with her preparations for Christmas that she has no heart for anything; and when everybody has feasted and praised her dinner, she looks nt the stupendous array of dishes she has to wash, and groans in agony of spirit. And she may well be forgiven If she snys, us she often does: "Thank heaven that Christmas comes but once a year 1" On Christmas day, put away cares and the romembrnnce of all troubles and perplexities, so far as can. Let everybody have as good a time as It Is possible to have. Kat ycur turkey with no thought that perhaps snlt pork. Indulge in no discontented reflections concerning your richer neighbor, who Is able to wash down his costly Christmas viands with champagne. Be thankful for what you have, and make tho best of it. Likely as not It is a good deal better than you deserve. Give your horse un extra feed, and treat tho cat and dog to the chicken bones, and let them have a Christmas, you may have to dino on Published jg Fash- m Plate.- : 2; 5; 1 ?: ;" J t .jtr.u.s latest Patterns, 1 Colored ?S j5 : vi nt. ul majaiine lnefry ffj In). I 1 itiiul premium lor a littleami other panic- 3: on 30c. ir. Su'j.rri i in Pattern. per yer, 3; fti 1 u.a r ..ncy Work. t. g :C AuJrc 158 to 146 V. 1.4th St., New York S W.V.V.V.W.V.W.V.WrWrWW.WK THE McCALL CO., ? TRY THE NEW HOME W.D." 1 Chicago, 111. St. Look, a Union Square, If.Y. Francbco, Cat. Atlanta, Oa.Ma l'nltl For. Ban Dallas, Tet Y rOH SALC say, Mr. Softly," remarked tho "I family terror, aged ten, ns he carefully A. R. HALL, Mucolii. scraped both his shoes upon Mr. Soft-ly'- s patent leathers prior to his sister's appearanco in the parlor; "that box of you sent sis on Christmas was prime. I et the whole of it." "Ah, did you?" replied Mr. Softly, gently removing his embryo brother-in-lataffy-cand- y too. Fill the children's stockings if you can even if you have to cut off your cigars and soda water to meet the emergency. And for one day in the year let charity, patience and love prevail In your home, and In your heart and let that day bo the anniversary of the ever WRITE FOR CIRCDLnRS memorablo nnd glorious day on which Sewing Machines we manufacture and theit prices before you purchase any other. Christ was born. Kate Thorn, In X. Y. THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE Co. Weekly. OMAXOI, IMSS. SS'i A Daily Ma-sey- Jack Owens, 1 do, 50c, Gotleib Olash, 3 do, 1.50, Carlton Oaks, 3 do, 1.50, 2 do, 1.00, Thos. " 3 do, 1.50, Wm. Alex Owsley, 3 do, 1.50, Geo. Owens, 3 do, 1.50, Ernest Penninan, 2 do, 1.00, 2 do, 1.00, " Harry 2 do, 1.00, Tom " Darbcy Pennington, 2 do, 1.00, Danl. Prather, 1 haul 2 work, 2 50, .Tohh Porter, 2 days' work, 1.00, Tom Putom, 3 do. 1.50, II. A. Pleasants, 2? do 1.37, Sidney Perkins, 2 do, 1.00, Wm. Patterson, 1 do, 75, II. A. Pleasants, 7 da haul, 3 work, nails, 30.75, John Pitman, 4 days' work, 1.50, Ludwig Pilloth, 1 haul, 170 ft. lumber, 3.20, Chas. Phillips, 3 days' work, 1.50, I. S. Phillips, 14 days' haul, 21.00, J, II. Pepples, 1 do, 1.50, W. R. Pleasants, 5 J da haul, reject'd, "Yep. Rtlcky" all." Sis dnsn't tackle anything with her false teeth, so I got It Paper At the rate of Mat Reynolds, 3 haul, 3 wk, 4.50 Edgar Reynolds, 3 haul 3 wk 450 Allen Rogers, 3 haul 3 wk, 4 50, Arthur Richards, 3 haul 3 wk4 50 Harve Robinson, r haul 3 wka.so W. G. Rout, 2 days' haul, 3.00, G II. Rout, 3 days' work, 1.50, Tobe Rice, 2 do, 1.00, Sam Rothwell, 2 do, 1 00, Moss Russell, 2 haul 2 wk, 3.50, Arthur ' 2 haul 2 wk, Alford " 2 davs' wort r nn Tim Root, 1 do, 50, Joseph Robinson, 3 do, 1 50, Harve C hauling, 9.00, Allen Ross, 2 dayj' work, 1.00, Alex " 2 do, 1. 00, Jim Rogers, 2 do, 1.00, G. W. Robinson, 2 do, 1.00, no " 3 haul 2 wk, 450 3.-5- And from tho smothered whoops which were shortly heard proceeding from the nurser.y it was evident that something sticky wns tackling the fnin-ilterror nnd thnt ho wns again getting It all. Ills sister had overheard his rcmnrks. Judge. y 165c A MONTH. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST DAILY EVERY AVIint I'n Snj-n- . "Christmns come but once a year." Willie says: "A shame!" Boss and Nell and Sam, well, say the very same. Sue and Harry say: "Too bad!" both In 'Ma. Is meek and 1 3 one accord, V. -- L. A. doesn't speak; Pa ays: "Thank the Iord!" Bulletin. PAPER DAY IN IN THE WORLD THE WEEK j Continued on Another Page. Infnntllc Deilnctlon. "I guess paw hasn't got so much money this yenr," said little brother. "Whnt makes you think so?" nsked little sister. " 'Cause ho was telling mo thnt It wasn't right to imposn on Santa Claus just because tho old feller was good naturcd." Indianapolis Journal. Those Up Don'l Wnnt. When a man says ho doesn't want any Christmas presents, he means that ho doesn't wnnt any that are charged to him at tho stores, or bought with his own money. Atchison Globe. EXCEPT SUNDAY, $1.00 SI. 50 S2.00 .... .... for .... for At the rate of 3 for 6 Months. 1 Year. Months. your name or write the For sample copies, leave us Evening Post, Louisville, Ky. 1 1 i'j U: it '. KiioiirTi nr a Good Time. CHRISTMAS CHIT-CHA10 haul 3 work 15.00 Jim Edmiston, 3 do 1.50, Two young ladies, Miss Dolllc s " 3 do 1 50, Dud Joseph Abt, 2A haul rejected, If you'd glvo your girl n present eho nml Miss Kit to Jtobcrts, of Eng Tho I'liraicr Jlunk Ac ruuCn.. locntad will keep, don't ohooso-- diary. Tilford Alexander, 2 days work 1.00, Milt Estes, 2 do 1.00, uttunfortl. In tho State of Kentucky, land, nrc just now traveling through All creditor of said Many a person hna got licked for cIiwIiik up In tiiruli-H- . Wm. Elliott, 3 do 1.50, the Jiocky mountnln region viewing Wilson Alexander, 2 do 1.00, Hank ilmroforu are hereby notified to pit? : sent their clalmsngultntimld Itnuk fur liny the sights nt an expense of $300 per day. looking a gift bursa In tho mouth. Lord ICstes, 3 do 1.50, " 4 days' haul G.OO, S. B. Tho average. Christmas slipper Id menu Miss Ulchards is the daughter of a Erwin Blankinship, 3 days' wk 1.50, Robt. Fagnly, 2 do 1.00, J. II. OWHI.nV, CiiHhlcr stcnnmhlp millionaire and MlssKobcrls about tho worst thing that a ninn can from Oth page.) Geo. Fish, 3 do 1.50, . 1 50, (Continued James Burton, 3 do put lily foot Into. The I.tneolti Couutv Nutlonnl Itnnk. of Is her cousin. Uoth girls are Doing business without advertising Ptrtnford, Ky! has stiectwlvri the Karrourw Henry Fish, 3 do 1.50, Charles Bliss, 1 haul 3 work 3.00, E. Wr en,3dol.r)0, stylish and vastly interested in Hunk k TruHl Co.. of Stanford, Kv- - nnd ell they have seen and heard in this Is about tho samo as for a protty girl to Iiiin uMtigipil nil 1U llubllltliM. nxjt'U nnd Lincoln Wren, 3 do 1 50, August Bortlcs, 4 A days' work 1.50, Albert Fish, 3 do 1.50, Felix Faulkner, 3 haul 47 loads grav country, flaving been oil over the cost hang up her mistletoe and thoti neglect entire tiuilnem. 8. 11. SUA.N'KS. I'reslduut. Uotain Wren, 3 do 1.50, Finley Ballard, 3 do 1.60, and a good part of the south they hnvc to Btand under it. J. H. OWHI.KV, Unxhlir el 4.79, Josh Wilson, 3 do 1.50, Burk Butcher, 3 do 1.50, Whlla It is always commendable to seen ntul heard' a lot, says the Chicago Owen Woods, 1 do POc, Elmer Foley, 3 days' work 1,50, Alford Bright, 3 do 1.50, Chronicle. They are traveling In u mako useful presents, don't give a mail I3ob Woods, 2 do 1.0, Reuben Floyd, 3 do 1.50, Sam Blakemoro 3 do 1.50, special car fitted up so as to bon wrlta-ol- e a bottle of whlnky Just bucauso It's well palace on wheels. They have with known that ho uses it. M. II. Floyd, 3 do 1.50, Louisville. Ky., Milt Warren, 2i haul 3 work 4.00, Arthur Barge, 4 do 1.50, There is a drawback to ovorythlng in them their own porters, cooks, conch, G. H Floyd, 3 do 1.50, Wheeler, days work 1.50, " 4 haul 3 work G.OO, Allen J. II. men and maids, and their car has a this world. Tho biggest stocking tho AMERICAN &EURbPEAN Jasper Ferguson, 3 do 1.50, James Bartlctt, 1 days' work 50c, J. . Wheeler, 3 do 1.50, rcfrlgerntor and pantry. small boy can ml Is tho golf variety Dick Frazier, 2 haul 3 work 3.50, John 1?. William, l&hnul wk 2.50 Sam Burkett, 1 do 5('c, .. without uuy foot lu it. n 13 uic private venicie 01 The LailieR Itestnurntit Is eastern railroad president, specially J. B. Floyd, 3 days' work 1.50, When you are careful not to let your tho city. Every conveniencethe finest In Elon Williams, 3 days' work 1.50, James Bryant 3 do 1.50, for Indies dttcd up and decorated for their use. llttlu boy liuvo nnythlng noisy for spending the day in the city. Doolin. Green, 5 haul 5 work 7.50, Jas. M. Williams, 3 do 1.P0, M. O. Bryant, 3 do 1.50, Muslin curtains overhang the windows, Christmas there is sure to bo some kind Gcntlenen's Cafo on olllco floor. Elias Griflin, 4i days' work 1.50, Joe Walls, 3 do 1.50, Craig Bough, 3 do 1.50, aud palms spring from Japanese jar- friend who will glvo htm a drum and a THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, Rinewood Geizel 2 haul 3 work 3.50, dinieres on Ellis " 3 do 1.50, Grant Burdctt, 2 do 1.00, each sido of the door lead-- , whistle. Judge. Mannger. J. W. Gamer, 1A days' work 75c, Arthur " 3 do 1 50; inginto the reception or drawing-room- . Harris Ball, 2 do 7.00, 81'AIN'S (illK.MUST NKKD. Music Tuesiiav, Tlmridar ami Stiudav Walter Garner, 4 haul 4 work G.OO, A bookcase holds a complete itMsort-meM. G. " 3 do 1.50, SamBlakemore2do 1.00, Kvuninv. of HitrWona, Mr. of books on tho thilfr.l stnw winters1L 1'. Olivia, S, C. Wrafc Spain, jmi,! hit Milford Garner, U do U do 3 00, Ilaydcn " 3 do 1.50, at Allen, nerren had caiihhI J T. Bosley, 1 days' haul 1.50, while rugs cover the leather divans, crtr ln In tlip luck of hU head. (4 ultig Alex Gooch, 1 days' work 50c, Jack " 4 haul 3 work G.OO, Robt. Bosley, 2 days' work 1.00, and gorgeous, pillows are scattered I.'Wtrlc lllttrr. Aiucrtra'iKrvatntlltoodandXrrVc W. P. Givcns, 1 do 50, S. M. Ballard, 3 haul 3 work 3.50, Henry " 2 days' work 1.00, about. Charming pictures Itcmnly, all pain oon left him. lie My llili grand hang on the walls, aoft cushions He on uirdlrlno li what hl oimiitry nwda. All Amcrli-.- i C. C. White, G do 1.50, J. 11. Green, 2 days' hauling 3.00, Dick Baker, 4 haul 3 work G.OO, knowa and khluvy the inviting looking couches and a lllrs tb th.it It curt I'mthe Mumwli, trotiMr, purSame, 3 haul, 3 work 200 ft lumber Emil Greenburg, 3 days' work 1.50, John Walls, 3 do 1.50, atrrnglhcnn Mi!, tunc up casual glance at tho interior of the car the nciTu put rltu, Tlor and new lift) Into etrry Adam Gooch, 3 day9 work 1.50, G.50, Allic Woodall, 3 do 1.50, gives oue the impression tiint it is imtjclr, nt'Meandurvinof tho IxhIv. If wrak.tlrol J. W. Gooch, 3l haul 3 work 5.25, t3io temporary home of refined and cul oratllii); joii nrtd It. Ku-r- uttle guinnltTil1 Cyrus Butt, 3 days' work 1.50, B. M. " 3 do 1.50, Wm. Greenlcaf,2 days' work 1.00, Ambrose Ballard 3 do 1.50, tivated women. After they hnvc done only fio (Tills. Sold t.y IVunjr'a lrug Store. Marion Williams, 0 do 1.50, the Pacific const they will go straight Craig Gooch, 1 do 50c, James Boouc, 3 do 1.50, M. D. Walls, 3 do 1.50, Wo scared ono man. Mr. L. L. DawHROOKLYN, Mrs. M. O. Givcns, U hauling 2 25, back to Boston, where they will take son writes from Ash Grove, Mo: ,4I Dave Bailey, 2 do 1.00, Aaron Wright, 3 do 1.50, passage for England in n. steamship biiw in the old reliable, a fow weeks S. W. Givens, 2 haul "2 work 3 50, George Walls, 3$ haul 3 wor,k 5.62, Bob Bowliu, 3 do 1.50, belonging to the line controlled by Miss ago, that you was going to kill a few : G. T. Gooch, 3 days' work 1.50, Wm, Ware, 5 days' work 1 50, Isaac Bastiu, 3 do 1.50, IWcharOs' father. They will reach the delinquents, and fearing I might be Co.. 01 other side in. time to partlclpotc in one of tho number, I thought I would W. M. Gooch, 3 haul Z work 4.50, W. D. Williams, 3 do 1.50, James Broughton, I do 50c, wiristmns festivities "at 'oiuc." W. K. Buchanan, 3 haul 3 work 4 50 T J. Gooch, 3 haul 3 work 4.50, J. T. Wilson, 3 do 1.50, romlt. So please ehungu tho label and KOUND1CD 1H05. Mre. Xannie Cover, 38 loads gravel August Benz 2 days' haul 3.00, The Massachusetts Medical Journal oblige your friend. ' John Waddle, do 25c, In responsible for this: "A man 1.90, H. Baugh, 1 haul 3 work 3.00, Baker Walls, 2do 1.00, of the I.U.NO IUUITATION. Christian Science faith fractured his Is tho forerunner to consumption. Dr. G. T. Gooch, 3 days' work 1.50, B. M. " 2 haul 2 work 3.50, Jarrett Berry, 3 haul 1 work 5.00, HTASFOUII, KV will cure It, utid femur. Under Christlun Science it is IHdPst Elmer Gooch, 3 do 1.50, Joseph Bastin, 3 days' work 1.50, Whitley " 2 days' work 1.00, rIvo hucIi Ntreugth to tln lungn united, of course; but, of course, there or n cold will not settln there. that n courIi Twenty live Henley Bastin, 3 do 1.50, John W. Walls, 2 do 1.00, T.J. Gooch, Jr., 3 do 1.50, was consldetrblo ihortcnlng. Some eenunt Penny's Uruj; Store. months later F. O. Gooch, 5 do 1.50, John Baugh, 3 do 1.50, Andoth Wcstendorf, 3 do 1.50, woman called nt his A t. tl MIA. til tw ri MVift sw W'n lmvo iMMtwl our lnml t;u iid IuimIh- a);iiiii ). tv iA I ItuiULt'i place of business to sell him a book. In S. II. Gooch, 3 do 1.50, 2 work 2.00, Bauson " 3 do 1.50, J. C. Willcap, haul wnru everybody went down on "quadrlphyl-ious,- " for nil Hron from trc.p,iAlii(; on them tho coarse of conversation he related any S. P. Gooch, 3 do 1 50, Jack Weber, 2 days' work rejected) John Bastin, 3 do 1.50, which means "having four the law iurixo whatever, undor ixnultr of his experience, bemoaning the fact that provided In nuch cnc. a. H IIAPUIIMAX. T. I). XKWI.AS'M Luto Geuton, 3 do 1.50. Theo. D. Bastin, 3 do 1.50, Joseplf Willcup, 3 do rejected, tho injured limb won ko short leaves." J. W. IIAPOIIMAN, A.M. IT.NOB. Curtis Gerkcy, 3 do 1.50, M. S Bastin, 3 do 8 trees 5 50, Henry Wade, U hauling 2.25, that he walked with much dltllculty. K. K. l'ATTr.USOX, M S. IIAUGHMAN, 8. II 8IIANK8, M11.4. v. ouiuny, Joseph Gerkey, 3 haul 1 work 4.50 She expressed much sympathy, but as- J. J. Bevelson, 3 days' work 1.50, J. B. Williams, A do 75c, J- E LYNN J K. nittroi sured him thnt just as Christian Sci- J. II. McKlNNEY. Andy Ge?ler, 3 days' work 1.50, Win. Wade, 1 do 1.50, V M. WAIIE. Win. Cumminf, 3 do 1.50, ence hnd mended the bone, just to could A. 31. I'KLANI). J. 8. OWSI.P.V. SK. John W. Griflin, 3 do 1.50, Stock of Merchnndle contlstlnir of Ciro- Mat Wade, 1 do 1.50, F. V. Curtis, 3 do 1.50, It lengthen it. She informed him that curies. Dry UimxU, Mioo. Ae AIiki Wm. Highman, 3 work, lumber 2.50 John Carrier, 3 days' haul, 4.50, James Griffin, 1 haul U work, 2.25, fin A 1tlilrtEt j"t1 uuu ...... 1.1 Oood nlnco for n cash liiilne.. ..v.a.uuu nM.t vuiiiu give mm one B. Y. Hobbs, 1 days' hauling 1.50, treatment then, and after thnt give him Mock fresh nnd. clean. M(wl of purchased I hftreuy Riven to all )wron holding Harlan Carrier, 2 do 3.00, , H. P. Watts, 3 days' work 1.50, PKACOCKCOaI. CO. thU fall. . County Itond or stirle Ibi. &, o what was called 'absent treatment.' IF. II. Harp, 3 days work 1.50, I'ltuhurg. Kv-Bert Wade, 3 do 1.50, John Crenshaw, 3 days'work 1.50, present miiiii to the underlined Pim Commit-to- e This she did, and departed. A fortnight for paymenu This October IT, six. George Helton, 2 do 1.00, W. E. Wright, 20 loads gravel 1.00, Oats Coal, 3 do 1.50, JAs. 1' 1IAI1.KV. later the man believed his leg was realUKO. II. COOl'KIt. Watson, days' work 50c, W. A. Carson, assignee, G haul 9.00, Wm. Huser, 3 do 1.50, xoc ly a little longer. After another week 5 iiAliVr.VUKLM, In tho nlnco if vqu nrv In doubt wtirre to he was suro It was. A week later It . E. A. White, 7 haul 2 work 10.50, Peter Cormauy, 2 A haul 2 A wk 4.00, Ed Hirschfield, 3 do 1.50, Committee. get your .rnas iinienti. Iolli nt 5. nnd IPc. sin longer, .n,i soon nftcrwanl it was our Juwot ain,Tnblo 8t. n ..i-hFelix White, 1 days' work 50o, Walter Hawley, 4 do 1.50, Frank Cuin G haul" 3 work 9.00, ni.i as long as the other, nml l.itnr citti it decorated Mur 10V, Ilivml nnd butter 7WY. Jeff Warren, 3 do 1..50, Oliver Campbell, Jr., 4 days' wk 3. 50 W. H. Ham, 3 do 1.50, I,ltt,,H lautl.-.- loc. Itutehor Knlvii itk. was longer than l""ur',nJurea",nb- At worth 2.V CoffM Mill, worth the money. V. Ed Hiatt, 3 do 1.50, Wagoner, 1 do 50c, John Alex Campbell, 1A do 75c, accounts the leg was ircttlnc too hvurv tliltiL' for tho kitchen. Nim pimmI Joseph Williman, 4 haul 3 work G.OO Harris Curtis, 2 do 1.25, J. M. Herrin, 2 do 1.00, u very week mine 3o mxl lucstoit'. M St ong ... & the 'absent Rtill going on and the whereabout of Theophalus Hays, 3 do 1.50, Same, lumber, Ac. 95c, 1 do 50c, Henry Craig, SURGEON, the woman could not be ascertained." Sam Holmes, Sr., 4 do 1.50, John Woodson, 5 days' work 1.50, Guy Carter, 7 do 50c, - :- W. S. BBAZLEY, D. D. &, 4 do 1.50, John " W.'f. Clymcr, 3 do 1.50, Garfield Whitley, 3 do 1.50, .Men now living can remember when Office oveHlggltu-Mclflnncy'a Stern. Ky. John W. Holmes, Sr., 2h haul 3 wk ltowlnnd Hill elTccted the adoption of W. Cook, 3 do Fount Warren, 3 do 1.50, tho "penny post" In Kngland. nnd the Teoth Extracted Without Pain ! 4.U0, Marion Warren, 3 do 1.50, G. W. Clift, 3 do 1.50, vast progress It marked In human In(To be continued next issue.) Jiob Willis. 3 do 1.50, A. W. Carpenter, 6 haul 3 wk 9.75, With YitAllzrd Air. Phjalcluu In attend- tercourse nnd Information. mice. James Wright, 2 do 7.00, Ed Creighton, 2 days' work 1.00, says an eastern exchnnge, we stand WAR ECHOES, Hustonvillo, - - - Kentucky Olllco In tho New Thompson IlullclliiR, iBaker Walls, .2 do 1.00, upon the threshold of a penny post era, ji. vvross, d uo i.nw, guns have at last not only throughout Oflcrt bli trrrlrc lo thi o)ltt of Wet Mtcuiii Mack Wilson, 3 do 1.50, the HrltiMi em John Cook, 2 do 1.00, nd Cmcr countlw. ull atock gf UuffintanJ Cuk been issued to the men of the 3d regi- pire, but lu all the English-speakinJoseph White, 3 do 1.50, S. R. Cook, 1 haul 1 work 2.00, I privately Danville luiiwition naimManager. u. cue rpeutcr. ment. 4 world. It will be a time of mli-h- f v for. pike.will oellmiles from inv home on Contain Stanford. Hi Thos. Young, 3 do 7.50, G. B. Cooper, assignee, breaking rock The Louisville. Legion has been fur- ward movements toward thnt intimate 1S ncruH, Is well Improved nnd ono of the Johnson Young, 3 do 1.50, loughed till Feb. 10, when It will bo intercourse and sympathetic plnees 3.87, mutual nicest Stnuford.about town. OrecnUirry ICv. 40 Ilrlght, mustured out. M. H. Yocum, 3 haul 3 work 4.50, J. H. Clift, 3 days'work 1.50, Knowledge that are the essential preWe nro In the trade with Knlls llrnncli and The 12th, 22d, 3d 17th and 4th regu- lude to the brotherhood of man. ' George " 3 days' work 1.00, R. Curtis, 2 haul 3 work 3 50, othurgood Confo. AIm Hay, Corn, Oats, lar infantry have been ordered to preShliistulT, Flour, Ac. Wo Mo handle IlrlcV Win. H. " 2 do 1.00, The horrible new comet, from KanHenry Collins, 3 days' work 1.50, nnd nw. IlomumUir wo lako Farm u pare for service In the Philippines. In exclmiiRu. Prompt delivery nnd Isaiah " 3 do 1.50, Or No. SI I Fourth Ave.. Wm. Collins, 3 do 1.5l Allen Kitchen, of the 3rd Ky. Regi- sas thnt a young man climbed n attention to nil order. Olllco nnd scales recently to see how the enns were nenr L. A: N. doHt. Telephone No. 41. Ellis " 2 do 1.00, Geo. Cummins, 3 do 1.50, ment, who killed a soldier in the 12th - I'EKUIN A 1'F.NOH. New York while provost guard at Lcx- - getting nlong and now the corn is It. Young, 5 do 1.50. I'. S. Wo nlko carry t'tmlng Mnehlnen, Will be nt tho J. S. Campbell, 2 do 1.00, growing up raster than he can climb Parts and Attnchment nnd do all kinds of iuluu, wua ui;iuibbv;u uj .hw ivut v tuii Clark " 5 do 1.50, Thos Collier, 3 do 1.50, CO tlal and commended for doing his duty. down. Three men have undertaken to St. Asaph Hotol, Stanford, Tues- repairing. Anderson Young, 6 do 1.50, R. G. Collier, 2 haul 3 work 3.50, cut down the stack, but owing to its day, Jan. 3, 1899. Tho treaty is bald to be the only one C. M. do 1.50, James Collier, 3 days'work 1.50, In history which asks not a penny In- rapid growth, it is feared that they Iteturnlngono dny In each month. Walter 3 do 1.50, demnity for a war costing almost will uot succeed in time to preent the Eyes J. II. Collier, 3 do 1.50, OR TRADE. Esanlnei and Ql&sses Scientifically young man's death frouihtarvntlon. lie S. do 7.50, Morgan Chappell 3 haul 3 work 4.50, 8.'500,000,000,but,on the other hand.plves is subsisting on (63) Adjusted. raw corn nnd has al320,000,000 to start in Orin Yocum, 3 haul 3 work 4.50, D. W. Caldwell, 1 haul 2 work 2.50, tho vanquished fcioixll.l fanuofSHaorniln Soiitlirait Kanui, ready thrown down four bushols of business. 20 inllr front Hip MUwurl line Well looail Ncal Young, 2 days' work 1.00, cobs, mid It is now thought that his Mat Caldwell, 3 days' work 1.50, ipxl Urniliiit country, tliUkly wttltsl. Will wll Soldiers of tac 3rd Kentucky regiuucasjr Irruiiur trade for farm In Central Krn Is almost exhausted. Ex Yocum, 2 do 1.00, W. R ,Dcham, 3 do 1.50, lucky. Lanikiy 81,0ml lo Hun .lllteiync, in a ment at Columbus, Ga., expect orders supply tritile. (.b) Addiww llox M.ljlanf.ird, Ky W. N. Young, 1 do 50c, to go to Cuba Jan. 10. One hundred T. Dudderar, 2 do 1.00, J. It Is reported thnt when Admiral TUK mechanics lmvo been ordered ahead to Sampson appeared at a fete given In ' ' 3 do 1.50, Sam Jacob Disch, 3 do 1.50, prepare camps for Gen. Wiley's bri- in vu tin a, few days ago for the benefit SOIITI'S GREATEST SYSTKM. " 2 do 1.00, A. L. Conrad Disch, 3 do 1.50, gade. of tho Cuban army, a crowd of 20,000 G. W. " 2 do 1.00, Bill Denny, 3 do 1.50, The chairman of tho Houso commit- - people greeted him with prolonged PHNKTltATRS Hen " 3 do 1.50, Andrew Davis, 5 haul 5 work 7.50, toe on Mtlltury Affairs has introduced vueers, opmiisii nanus pitiycu American ' a bill giving two months' extra pay airs and a number of beautiful Cuban EIGHT Boss Davis, 3 days' work 1.50, Al E. " 1 do 02c, G REAT sf l J"J ttl i STATES ltn fii to volunteer troops who served abroad, women presented him with huge bou- M. N. Depauw, 1 haul 1.50, John Yufer, 4 haul 3 work, G.OO, and ono month's extra pay to troops qucts of flowers. Such Incidents as this , Kontuclcv. Tcnnosscn. Vlrclnla. Ooorirln North nnd South iWiim Christian Zicrhergor, 3 daya' wk 1. 50 Mrs. Ben Dalton, 3 haul 3 work 4.50 serving in tho States. show a steady Improvement of feeling ' Alabama. MlHsisulpjil Sam Zwallen, 2 haul 3 work 3.50, J. M. Delancy, 3 days' wk rejected, Gen Merritt and bride arrived at among our late enemies. Sam Zwallcu, eon, 3 days' work 1.50, Same, 2 haul 170 ft lumber 4 70, Now York Saturday. lie said thcro Apparently P. Tccumseh Sherman, Is no foundation for the report that James Yorberry, 3 do 1.50, R. G. Denny, 2 days' work 1.00, Between I.otiUvlllo nnd the South has broken who is a member of the New Vorlc Admiral Dewey's health Geo. Dollins, 3 do 1.50, James M. Yorberry, 2 do 1.00, thing he would liko board of aldermen Inherits some of down. Another 1 ITeiiry Westcrdorf, 3 do 1.50, V. S. Detison, 1 do 50c, the people to know is that tho climate that blunt directness which characteriDAILY PVi.fi "Wm Goodman, 2A hauling 3.75, Bob Dishon, 2 haul j3 work 3 50, of Philippines Is not by any means os zed the speech of his father, the lato general. Addressing the board not long Each way between LouUvlllound Lexington bad as It is said to be. J. A. Dudderar, G haul 3 work 10.50 Al Dishon, 1 haul .? work 2.50, STAND AND Cuba will be divided Into six military ago, he said: "l firmly believe that tho W. A. TUKIC, O. P. A.. Alex Ifobitison, 3 days' work 1.50, Wm. Dishon, 2 haul 3 work 3.50, Washington. I). ( smnll amount of mouey at our counters departments, with uen. uavis com- less frequently this lawless body meets W. H. TAYLOR, A G. V. A Wm. iruffiuuii, 3 haul 4.50, Win. Davis, 3 haul 3 wk, 4.50, manding In Plnar del Rio, Gen. Car- tiie better It will be for the city of Xew Louisville. ICy ntul In return get something from our Arch Anderson, 4 haul 3 work G.00, Muck Davis, 3 days' work 1.50, penter In Puerto Principe, Gen. Sny- York." 50 YEARS' stock of SanBuck Davis. 3 haul 3 work 4.50. Win. Anderson, 3 do 3 do 4.50, der In Santa Clara, Gen. Wood in Most of our soldiers were good men. EXPERIENCE James tiago and Gen. Lee in Havana. Gen. That some rnseals aro wearing blue Is " 3 days' work 1.50, Jack Dishon, 2 days' work 1.00, HOLIDAY GOODS Brooke has been commissioned govern- not surprising, for there to a small proHave " 2 days' haul 3.00, John Dishon, 1 haul 1 work 2 00, which will be found both elegant and or general of tho entire island. portion of rascnllty In every large body. D it. Adams, 3 days' work 1.50, John Davis, 3 days' work 1 50, mcful Commodore Schley says tho move But It is not pleasant to deJohn Richard Davis, 3 haul 3 work 4.50, ment for which ho has been criticised, fenders being in disfavorread of our 3dol5Q, In Torto JUco, Tho prices we quote nre ho low in some Jeftfce Geo. W. Evans, U hauling G.75, " 1 do 50c, In starting toward Key West with his In Cuba, in Muniln and In Hawaii, all at TnAOE Marks cases that you mny bo led lo bolicvo that Designs Will " 3 do !.50, squadron for coal, when ho was suppos- once. Some severities nppenr to be due. Jack Edwards, G haul 3 work 9.00, COPVntQHTS Ac. blockading Santiago was bewo lmvo permitted inferior goods to form "WiWon " 3 do 1.50, Geo. R. Englemuu, 1 haul 1 wk 2.00 ed to bo nntcklr nsrertaln our opinion freo wuollier an Admiral Sampson own a farm near cause his vessels were short of coal, liiTHiitlnii ti probably pntrntatilo. rnmtnunlra. Gmrgo " 3 do J. 50, W. Elliott, 3 days' work 1.50, part of tho assortment. An examination tlona strictly ronHtlentlal. Ilandbank on l'atvnt his collier Merritnac was disabled and Palmyra, X. Y., on which Joseph Smith, lont fft'is. Olc!rt nireury foraccurtnir putnnta. H. C. " 3 do 1.50, I'atnnu taken throuuh Jlunn ft Co. rccvlro Arthur Edwards, 3 do 1.50, tho founder of Mormonism, was said of our offerings will thow that thoy 'are ho was in 6earch of a protected place 'vu iu, niinoutcliarvo, In mo ltandul " 3 do i.5p, John Euglemau, 2 do 1.00, for coaling. Relying on Admiral Samp to have dug up the golden plates on high grade. Wo givo you ligtires at our Prank " 3 haul 3. work 4.50, Robt. Edmiston, 3 do 1 50, son to head oil Cervera by tho Bahama which tho JJoolc of Mormon was Inndsurrt'.y Illustrated weekly. lArucit ctr store that will show what nionoy will do. ion of any aclontltln Journal. 'J'crmi. (3 channel, ho himself sailed west, so that scribed. The Latter Day Saints tried .ob 3 days' work 1 50, Eli Estes, 3 haul 3 work 4.50, i four luutitlia, L tjuldbyall nuwailfalor. ho could shut off any dash for Havana to buy the ground in 1S93, but the J5ichard 3 do 150 NN&Co.30'Broadar. New York Logau Estes, 3 days' work 1.50, I refused to sell. by tho Yucatan channel. iHMti OT-CJJ V St., Wnablastou, V. C. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL J. L. Anderson, . T. JNch-nrd- NOTICE. I road jsynms. hand-som- e, LOUISVILLE HOTEL well-stocke- d 11 1111 -- nt FIRE INSURANCE phjsnis: Insurance Company OF Caledonian Insurance Scotland. R.B.MAHONY.Agt, 11 i 1 I " POSTED. 1 1 ''t one-tlm- o FO? SALE. - I toro-Iiou- , - NOTICE. J Mn-co- in J 1 Bon Ton . and Store u-n- J DR. R. i.t - PHGLPS, Kentucky. homeopathio:physioian Jr, Stanford, LnncaHtcr, J. T. SUTTOJNT. Undortalcer, To-da- a. Krag-Jorgense- n g Nice Home For Sale. t NOTICE. DR. R. GOLDSTEIN, Fro-duc- corn-stac- k Louisville, Kentucky, n. "3 "3 FARM FOR SALE Southern Railwau 1 iilr-ii- . Af Through Sleeping Cars TRAINS If THREE 1 w P' ff DELIVER IVilMklM Sclellflc Hiticrican. t. ' ad-mlr- al Penny's Drug Store. it- - Vc 'it