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XXVII. MIDDLEBUB6, '; Hobort Foglc, bolnj; declared km week taken to Asylum. Lakaluml Tho greatest uuUance the pedestrian has to contend with now U the mud. Tho roada In omo place aro almost un- of - Bound mind, wiw Arthur Is the doting father of another girl, whoso advent into tho family dales back to tho lltfj. Several young people "stormed" Mr. and Mr. T. G. Nunnclloy ono night r. lust week and 6pent a pleasunt evo-nlniI .i Richards McXINNEY. HEWS IM THE VICIHASE. LANCASTER. ft Unpayable. " K.H.Moore, the blacksmith, who There litis been a vut'ltublo coal panic at thU plueo since early fall. It baa moved from here nearly a year ago, h.is been almost Impossible to oven sol a returned, and now occupies the property ruceiitly vacated bv Phil Delaney. little "Xmas coal." Mrs. Arthur Walls became tho proud program An InlcroBtlnjr Christmas by tho student of J. mother of her Jlr.t born last week, and will bo rendered V. i'. at the college Friday evening. Is now dangerously 111 with pneumonia, hur physician having little hope for her Santa Clnus will bo there. of the country fcchooU aro out recovery. Mot E. J. Tanner has anolhor line boy at and tho teacher can enjoy a well carn MUu his Jiouse. His blrih occurred on Tuescd rest. W. C. Hryant and shier, Jesble, who taught In Lincoln county, day of last week, but tho proud father has not so fur recovered as to bo able cloned their schools Friday. Nov. D. Bigar Fojle, formerly o to give him a name yet. Miss Lolilo Smith, daughter of tho this place, but now a teacher In Georgelato Ballard Smith, of South Fork, Baptown College, will jfrcach at tho tist church Sunday morning and tilghf died of consumption and was burled in Archie May preached at the M. E" tho McKinney Cemetery. She was a church Sunday, Rev. Creech, tho pas- good woman, but had never married, tor, bolug absent. Rev. Creech In as- although sho might huvo done so 20 sisting Rev. God boy In a series of tncot-l- years ago. A slight change of schedule of trains at Uulhel. this county. a roccM for tho holi- arriving here over C. S. road was made There will bo days, thcroforo no school noxt week. Sunday Tho dlirerenco U but littln Misses Christopher and Gooch will from tho old schedule of weok-da- v i8 spend the holidays at their respective trains, though we now have four pas senger trains ttwo stopping), Instead of homes, liuona Vlsia and Somerset. mall train being two on Sunday. Tho Southbound The Knlghth of tho Maccabees will lato Tuesday resulted in no mall and Intkuioh Jocksal. Tho give an oyster supper, to which will be worseno ....-.,- .. ,i..riiv mU tho "old reliable.'' Invited their wives and tho Ludles' of ,.. l.li .l.Aa. m.1(1 ifltf tf fltllltr tho Maecaucos, on Thursday evening, anu oiii) "joi in) wui" ni .1 if i ! j Dec. 20th. It will be purely social and will be In tho K. O. T. M. and L. O. T. M. Hull over Tanner Bros' Htore. So fur as wo aro advored there aro no Important events booked for this place during tho holidays. We hope, however, that sobriety and good chuer will churaotorlzo our people, and thut him. tno soug that angel's sang noar BethleWesley will not go to Theo. before the l!0tli of January or hem will be tho sentiment of every 1st of February. Tho building, now In heart In every christian homo In the course of erection, will not bo comple- land. Let "Peace on earth. L'ood will ted before that time. Mr. W. will sell toward men," echo o'er tho sea. V. J. Montgomery ha. moved Into drugs. Mr. Win. Cloyd moved to bis his home on MIddleburg street, recent farm near Hustonvlllo Tucsdiy. The Fultncn Hrutum Sooioty met at ly purchased from D. A. BatiL'h. us the College Hall Friday right tit the agent of John S. Good. Bowman Smith usual hour. In the debate Rceolvod. has ntored his effects lu Ware's Hall 'That It la Better to Have Loved and and hls'wlfe and children are at her Lost, Than Never to Have Loved at father's for the present, not having deAll," the Judges gave the decision to cided where they will locate. Mr. Smith by MUs U now working at Pennington Gap, Va. tho unintuitive, Wo learn that Reuben Curtis, a loadThere is an InFlorence Christopher. program for Friday night's ing citizen of Waynesburg, Is dangerteresting ously 111 with typhoid fever.. Also that session. Everybody Is Invited. Uhoro aro four caso of the dlsaaso In HUBBLE, Mr. .Niamey's family at Kubanks. What School at the Christian n us noconie of tho I. J's. Wuvnesburi? The Sunday church will give tho little folks a correspondent, that hedon'tlotusknow many other intcrestinir Christmas tree tm Saturday ovenlng at those, and thlngs that happen in. and about his 7 o'clock. town.--' Please, old boy, take up your Elder Georgo Gowen will preach his pen again. year at tho Chrislast sormon for this Our montlon lat week of tho "Plz- Sunday afternoon at tian church hero en1 Squire's proffered resignation has :!;30 o'clock. raised quite a howl In this part o' tho James Robinson sold 30 Ho out woods. Notwithstanding tho fact that cattlo to Montlo Fox at 4c. Squire Coiroy is a staunch democrat, about ISO pounds on the steer by feed-l- ono of the most inllucntlal republicans Georgo Wood in two months. tho South last Saturday of this section told us recently that tho returned from community could not afford to give him cattle. with 101 up as an otllcor, and that If he should Mies Mary Swlnobroad has gono to old home. ever "run again, ho could not vote Bolivar, Tenn., to visit her against him, even with a republican on Miss Mary has made a host of friends to sec hor lcavo. tho track." Squire Coffey must not rehero and all regrot sign. Georgo Lawson has gone prospecting The fog was ho dense here, and at for n new home In the West. Tllford loca- other stations between this place and Alexander has moved to his new Someroot, Sunday morning, that railtion on the Stanford Si Danville pike, shop there next year. road men said thoy could not seo a and will run a headlight on u train 20 steps ahead. Tom Farmer has moved to the tollgato The signals were almost useless, and property near Stanford. engineers would pull their trains Into i Conservative estimates place the stations and stop them at the denots and number of women kissed Tuesday by interrogate tho agents. At Waynes- Lieut. Richmond Pearson Hobson In a uuix aim uiiuuiu;, mo mist was so Mylng trip across tho State of Kansas dense that men could not discern each at 700, with somo indications that the other when only a few feet apart. Elecnumber may reach 1,000. Flyo hundred tric headlights were used on many of of these were osculated at Topclcn, and tho trains and by exorcising great earo tho rest were caught on tho y at sta- but ono accident, so far as wo know, tions along tho routo. This feat, fol- happened. Kan-Ba- a Dr. J. P. Ralloy finished his course lowed tho kissing of 417 women at City tho previous evening, was a in horology with W R. Gooch and left Bevero tost of tho lloutonant's capacity, for Junction City, where ho will remain but at tho end ho seemed little the brirtly, last week. Ho takes with him worse for wear. It is Intimated thut tho respect of his preceptor and many envious auporlors at Washington aro other friends hero. Dr. W. L. Lowdcr, hurrying Hobson out of tho country to of Mt. Olive, will locate hero Jan. 1st. Ho Is a native of Indiana, but has been stop the spectacle. Lieut. Hobson accomplished a moro practicing In Casoy for 12 years. Miss heroic feat In kissing 103 Chicago wom- Alma Wright, of Stanford, Is spending en In ooo evening than ho performed In a few days with Miss Eva Cooper. MIsa elnklngtho Mbrrlniac, but, after all, Hello uoooh spent a few days with her there was nothing very remarkable In sister, Anna, who is in school in LouisthlB osculatory cataclysm, considering ville. Robert Robinson, of Stanford, as how ho had "a frosh gooso overy Is assisting in Jake Hummolsteln's store time." Tho real test should bo tho this week. Wes Bailoy has been called kissing of ono Chicago woman 103 Into service at F. M. Ware's. Tunnor times In ono evening. Let hlra accom- Bros, havo qulto a drawing card in plish that feat and all hats will go oil their 6tore. A fovv days ago their brother, Moses, who "bolongs to" tho to him. Loulsvlllo Times. t U. S. army signal corps, sent them a Ho was about to ask hor father tho largo number of relics taken from the csseutial question. you will wreck of tho battleship Maine, and thoy "I think," bo said, "that are attracting considerables attention bear me out when I say" und comment. "No I" cried tho Uato papa, "but I'll kick you out If you say any moro !" Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy can always bo deIt was enough. a Puck. pended upon and is pleasant and safe The C. & O. la trying to stop tobacco to take. Sold by Craig & Hocker, Druggists. chowing by its employees. Instead of Keen-cy'- u A box supper will 1ms given at Hall Saturday night, tho proceeds to go towards defravlng tho expenses of the Christian church. A social will follow and It Is hoped every beau will come and bring his sweetheart with semi-weekly. Rrad-fordsvlllo rep-escnted 1,200-pou- nd m 800-pou- nd Mrs Thomas Smith, of Casey, nged Senator George T. Farrls has re mother of a now baby. She turned after a long mountain tour. bus three sons In the army. Mr. James Dill Ion has called a j W. C. Simpson has been appointed special meeting of tho G. A. 11. for postmaster nt Pino Htll and J. C Me- - Saturday at 10:30 o'clock A. M. Gulro nt Goochland. Tho returns of City Assessor E. W. The L. Sz N will restore tho remain- - Harris bIiow 9004,141 worth of property I tig live per cent in wages Jan. 1. The In tho limits, an Increase of $40,405. Makes food more delicious and wholesome Increase affects 18,000 men. Mr. J. 11. Curd, of Burgln, was markotai BKtNa powetn co., tw vobk. The Shelby City Methodist church ried on Wednesday to Miss Elvlree, will havo a Christmas tree, to which tin daughter of Mr. T. W. Bradshaw, a admission of 10c will be charged. prosperous farmer of this county. on the Brad fordsvlllo & Tho Hon. W. B. Smith, ol Madison, will Hustouvllle pike uenr tho former plnce have a strong fallowing for governor, was cut down and nolo of warning frost In this county. He Is aelcan man und "Wear. ed. Is not mixed with anything that would Tno Richmond Electrical Company create a party faction. has been organized. Tho cupltal stock Eld. Geo. Gowen will begin a meetIs $10,000 aud French Tipton Is ing at Orlando, Flu. , on the 2d Sunday in Fobruary and spend the balance of Five sha res of tho Boyle County Na- the winter ou tho East and West coasts tional Bank sold at il5" and five tit of the peninsula. He will then work $103. Six shares of Citizens National his way back to Kentucky. Children's Apparel Appropriate. q brought SI 41150. Mrs. W. H. Duddorar, of Rowland, After exhausting every means of de- was hero this week with relatives and lay, Fields was put on trial atBarbour-vlll- e friends. Maj. William Collier will bo for tho murder of Judge Combs at home during the holidays. Lancasaud it Is uow in progress. ter will havo many visitors and many Fire destroyed the house and entlro of our people will visit elsewhere next contents of E. Moore's grocery and w'eek. You and Make us Friends. H incut market and vacant business house Deputy Shcrlir William Ward and adjoining it at Corhin Tuesday. Lo?s, Jailer David Ross took Sam Goodloe about $l,."i00; no Insurance. and Jim Rothwcll, both colored, to tho Tho storehouse of J. R. Bailey, at penitentiary today, Thursday. They Bailey's Switch. Knoxcounty; burned. were each sent for two years, Goodloe The house und contents area total loss; for malicious cutting and wounding That arc Insurance) Is 31,000. Tho post'Olllco with Intent to kill, and Rothwcll for and store of Elijah Miller, were ulso burned; no insurance. The presents will bo distributed from Advices from Knox county say that tho Ferris wheel at 3 P. M., Saturday three moonshlnors, Jacob Lambert, at the Christian church. Presents Greer and an unknown man, were kill- will bo delivered from tho Christmas ed and several of their companions tree at the Methodist church next Sat03 ' woindcd in a battle with revenue urday evening at 7 o'clock. Other "B olltcors. Tho olllcers were not hurt. denominations aro cordially invited to Joe Throlkeld, who recently shot his place their presents on the tree. Mr. W. L. Lawson, former deputy brother, Tom, in Mercer,. and was out CQ Also on bond, was captured and returned to sheriff and one of the best business jail by the Britton brothers, as ho was men in tho county, has bought a gold eloping with their niece. He is u mar- brick. He saw an advertisement In a ried man, but told the girl he had got- city paper, whero a firm proposed to -sell a full set of furniture, including a Handsome Mufflers, ten a uivciroc. Shirts, Bath Robes, There were two costly freight wrecks bed, bureau, &c, for S2 50. He sent Umbrellas, Mclntoshes. Canes, on the C. S. Tuesday. Ono occurred at tho money and received a bed for a High Bridge caused by tho spreading doll, toy chairs, bureau, Ac, worth in of tho rails, in which nino cars wcro all, about 50 cents. He got what he derailed and more or loss demolished. ordered. And CloilllOfl niul Prpssoil." Sntisfjipfrinn v., ..... " ..w..... Our people are justly proud of tho K Tho other was nour Walton whero sevcredit of tho county, as manifested in en cars were torn up. anteed. December 10th an election on tho lo- tho balo of bonds. The court purchased cal option question was held at Ray- - tho three miles of the Stanford road, wlck, Marlon county, at which the pro- lying In this county, for 81,300. LinDANVILLE, KY. X36. hibitionists won by a majority of 34. coln county owes this county for part The clerk, who is a prohibitionist, In of 70 uharcs, arising from tho sale of certifying tho returns, unintentionally that part of tho road lying in Lincoln, v rSS reversed his llgures and certified that and Garrard owes Lincoln for part of With u very larpe and select btock and the whisky muu had won by a majority the salo made here, both counties ownof 31. The election commissioners ing an interest in the road. Tho difdecided Monday that they had no auth- ference will bo several hundred dollars Wo can plenso you In Shoe, fo" Women, Children nnd Men. We stand at ority to go behind the returns, and In favor of Garrard. The bond sale J the top for Quality, Style, Fit, Ac. You can buy from us Shoes that aro made their certificate In conformity raised moro than the amount required solid as low priced us any where. with the returns. It will be contested. to pay for all the roads, and a levy of 19 cents will besufllcient to keep them Some of the ludles llvlngou the Stanford pike havo recently organized a in repair and meet the bonds as they riV Then we keep the highest grades, in fact, tho place to get your Shoes literary society to be known as "Tho fall due. No county in tho State Is in Oar Gents Furnishing Department Is full of good things In Country Club," nnd Mrs. T. L. Llllard a better condition than Garrard. was chosen president. It meets fortMT, VERNON, .1' ,, nightly, tho llrst meeting being with Newest things In colored Shirts, Dross Shirts, Neckwear Gloves, Hosiery, Mrs. W. H. Llllard, when delightful Mrs. Essie Painter compromised with man. Trunks and Valises. Hats and Everything to make a refreshments and good cheer wcro add- the L. Si N. for $1,500. 'y'l ed to the literary feast. Tho next Tho W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. open meeting will bo held with Mr. W. T. Smith next Monday. A full atand Mrs. J. II. Swopc. Besides tho tendance is desired to elect olllcers. The Leading Shoo and Furnishing House, DANVILL3 SY. ladies already mcntlotieJ, Mcsdamcs Shorllf Catrou Is rushing the tax iM Hundley, Cobb, Gentry and Adams and collecting. Tho taxes In this county kS2SB&S$SS3fc-SS3SSa- s WSK.?S Miss Martha Bosloy belong to the club. are pronounced by many extortionate. Advocate. Whero lies the fault? S o7, Is tho r the toll-ga- te GLOBE'S WARES For J"" vice-preside- H Men's M Wants Satisfied. F g Boys' Needs Filled. Q Clothing That fill Please g Saits & Overcoats Up-to-da- te. Q house-breakin- g. Handsome Xmas Gifts. 3 NOBBY NEOKWBAR. NEAT SHIRTS. STYLISH H4TS H h3 g Good Shoes And Warm Under 4ear. Xight g tf o 2j w Hj U2 "9 Suits Made To Order ... SH3SSSSiS2S The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No. w I FREE IFIiKIIES I 1 1 GOOD SHOES VERY CHEAP. 't UNDERWEAR I well-dressed I CA LOWELL & LANIER, 11 m The 25th of December is tho traditional duto of tho birth of Christ. Early in the Christian era there "was much dispute as to when Christ was born. Some churches celebrate tho sixth of January, others tho 25th of December, others the 20th of March, still others tho 2!Uh of September. Ac- - Mr. and. Mrs. L. B. Adams gave an coruing to uuamoora' uook oi uays, uwant dlnlm? ast Sundav. MUs Bos- Pope Julius I., In tho fourth century, visiting friends in Mt. b0.MUto llxed upon tho prosont dato for the gen- - sterling. ML--s Reynolds, of Brodhead, oral celebration of Christmas. Ho made id tno ,,ue8t o Mr8. Dr. Davis. James careful Inquiry und sattstled himself Uout. und Juif,e McCluro are conva-tha- t this was tho truo date. Christmas, ic&C(,nt. Miss Alza Logan Brown will as we now Know u, is ine ptouuet oi a,,I)cmJ ,no holidays at homo. Mr. and number qf festivals blended together. Mrs. L. B. Bethurum rejoice over the The Roman Saturnalia was a festival of arrival of a daughter. Arthur Scott Is great license, which tho early christian visiting In Danville. Prof, and Mrs. priests sought to restrict. At last they Scroggs will entortaln tho patrons of carried over to Christmas a part of tho tho collego this ovenlng by giving u reveling of tho Saturnalia. In Britain, literary treat. an ancient Druidle festival and also a Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Forrester will Teutonic ono were, In the sumo way, spend tho holidays In Knoxvllle. A attached to Christmas. Tho mistletoe party of young people from hero expect at Chri&tmas is a Drudlc survival the to attend church at Junction City SunYule log a Scandinavian one. day. Dr. and Mrs. Lovell entortalned a number of friends Wednesday in Charley, watching near for Flo, honor of Rev. J. B. Crouch, who was go Saw her ancient sister their guest. The students aro returnUnderneath the mistletoe; Saw her go and heard her slug, ing for tho holidays. Miss Ida May But he did not do a thing. Adams, Messrs. Edgar Albright and Jack Ping havo returned from DanAfter half an hour or so, Charley, watehlug, saw his Flo ville. Miss Ella Joplln will begin Standing 'noaih tho mistletoe; teaching a scloct school at tho school-haue- o Saw her blush aud heard hot sing early In January; being well Then ho didn't do a thing ! s known as an Instructor wo bespeak , m A n:iUHTlUl.Ht.UNl)!:H. for her. Prof. J. S. Reppert was WlllofleH ' aitMi .i liorrllile llurii, Scald, Cut o In town this week. Sam Ward was up Hrulstf. iliulcliui' Arnica Salte, tho tat In tho from Livingston. Dr. E. J. Brown was worM, lll kilt li4 imIii niul piomptly liaal It up from Stanford Wednesday. Peloui DM Snrt-1 I m The protracted meeting at the Baptist church closes today. Rev. J. B. Crouch bus aroused the members of his church by his lluent sermons. A number of persons came forward, among them being Mrs. Colyer, Dr. and Mrs. Pennington, Mr. Welsb. Mr. and Mrs. Griflln aud others. w M III .vaava; SSI to I I r, Christmas PRESENTS. Giving presents Christmas is a custom centuries old nnd overy poor and rich, liberal and stingy, 'eels nt this time an inclination U give. We should give articles useful, things that can ho an advantage as well as n pleasure to the receiver. That being the ca&e why not givo i :) I Ql. fl Good Overcoat or fl Suit of 1 I I I I I 0 1 if Clotnes. One of those beautiful i W1- - I if 1 11 I Moquette Rugs, A swell Neck Tie, or ono of those new stj In Mufflers, a pair of good Shoes, a Warm pair of Gloves, a Silk Handkerchief or a nice Silk Umhre.la. All of iheso things we have in abundance. Call and be-le- m 11 s M M H. J. Mc RORFRTS. TfrfHTX H I prrUM 'tESMB sue-cos- A. S. PRICE, .Qurgeon W S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S Dentist, Lancaster, Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Fain With Vitalized Air. Office ! ... Peter Sorei, t'lcen, Boll, Cornwall Silo Eruptions lieu l'llecureon earth. Cctre guarantceJ. Soil iy Only 21 rts. a Penny Uivi store. Curv Stanford, in Electric llghfs will bo turned on at Franklin today for tho Qrat time. K. OflkctoTer McRobcrU' Drug Store In thrCOwtlej UlllldtDg. ance. Physician In attend78 la tho Now Thompson Uullatng. M!J.lVVti-- . ' ,t7,; BEFOKK this paper again greets Its suit on the part of stockholders In tbo readers, the happiest season of the year defunct First National Bank of Now-wi- ll have been celebrated and millions port. of little hearts made glad by that glo Judgo Tarvln has won his light rlous old myth, Santa Claus, who will agalust tho Covington City Couuuil. Stanford. Kv., Dec 23, 1S9S .imsclf have been happy again in This body has at lust voted to expend tho happiness ho created. Some peo- - S300 in furnishing tho circuit couit-WALTON. plesayitis wrong to fool children, room W. P. with tho old storv of Kriss Kringlo by Indictments woro returned against making them believe a lie. Tho hearts about ("0 saloonkeepers at Lexington, It is to bo regretted thnt Southern of such aro not In tho right place. No for keeping open on Sunday, congressmen are rushing1 in to present parent who has ever witnessed the was furnished by students of the Ulblo bills to pension Confederate veterans. hanging up of tho tiny stockings and .College. They deserve it fully as much us most watched the impatience of tho dear Miss Willie- Welghlngton.of of those who are petting the benefit of little ones to got tho good things they has brought suit agr.nst the most liberal laws on the subject are sure to receive, would miss for anv-- ! that town for $20,000 damans for In- ever onuctcd, but it has been said thing tht exhibition of happiness that juries sho sustained by falling upon a of the Confederate soldiers tht they a bulging supply creates in their little plank walk. have fought the battles of life with breasts. It is real joy all around, such j Mrs. Rosa McGhoo filed suit ngulntt equally ns much heroism as they' re- as not often comes in tho lives of tho Paul Hnrror, a wiloon-keepat Hen. pelled tho Northern hordes and have practlcerns well as the beuellciary of dorsou, for damages to tho amount ol asked no favors of people or govern- tho myth, which alas, Is discovered all 81,500 for soiling hor husband intoximent. The average Confederate sol- too soon. Let all prove good Santa cating drinks. dier was and is as much above a major Claus' this Christmas not only to our John Schmidt, of Perth Amboy, N. ity of the hirelings of tho Federal army little ones, but to the needy and wo J., set a rat trap in his barn and caught as the heavens are above tho earth. In will experience tho truth of tho asser- his own horse nosing around on a tour fact they are tho Ilower of tho earth tion that it Is more blessed to give than of Investigation. The equlno's nose and while a few may be needy, the to receive. was badly lacerated. greater number of them would not . . an. K,n" i.r. Is I" ill 11 f Tho supremo court ot Indiana updeign to accept bounty from the gov- POLITICAL POINTS. holds tho validity of Jcffersonvllle's iWWSliilliil Hut eminent. Thev have worked hard and bond Issue of 8ST,000, made in 1S70 in paid much of the tax extorted from the ' The HoUie passed the bill appropria- connection with the removal of the peoplo to pay pensions to thoso not en- -, tln2 $350,000 for tho Philadelphia Ex- - court-houfrom Charleston. Tho American Stock Farm, of Lextitled to them, doing so uncomplaln-- . position next year. Thomas Riley, a Moore county, Ind., ington, has purchased the Breeder and A G A. RDubuque, lu., in- at ingly. Let not tholr foolish friends farmer found n tramp In his barn when Horseman, cf Nashville. It will bo connow make them appear ridiculous and , "orseu president Mcitlnley's Atlanta he went to feed. He ordered him out solidated with the Stock Farm. leave too impression mat tney arc declaration concerning the graves of but the rascal instead of going pulled Iko and U. S. Shelby, of tho Shelby mendicants by trying to get them pen- the Confederate dead. a pistol and fatally shot Riley. City section, sold to Dulanoy, of Clark. Ethan A. Hitchcock, of Missouri, sioned, even if there Vas the slightest A Chicago man fell in love with his 10 heifers at 3c hnd a premthe present Ambassador to Russia, was chance to do so. waiter girl and killed his wife so as ium of 81 ier head. Advocate nominated by the president to be sec urn, 01 irvninianu. ooulmil op a. to enjoy her smiles, but ho is enjoying We take no stock in the gush and retary of tho Interior. prison lifo Instead with tho certain Philadelphia party 23 mulo coin of eulogiums that arc being show fulsome Democratic leadears in Iowa at a Burton, of Garrard, and nine of M. S. ered on McKinley by people and papers conference In Des Moines, agreed that prospect of stretching hemp at tho Baurhtnun, of this place, at an average of 835. who have gone wild over the pleasing in their next State platform, stress end. Taylorsvlllo's first great tiro In 40 C. F. White's executors comproml!--eplatitudes that ho has recited to the should not be laid on the ratio Don't put oil jour chopping till the Inst day. Come nw anil Delect your CliriMinas years started in Frohrnan's drug store a lifo 810.UOU policy In the Nether- Southern people on his tour for re- - for silver, Tuesday night. Nine business houses lund's for 312,000. Suit for the full pre'ents wnilelhe Mock Is complete with (seasonable gnrincnln with cvervthliu; mil election. The president's record is too Carnegie says that between Bryan amount had been pending in tho Mad- need for the winter. Such well known to most people to put much and McKinley, ho will support the were burned, including the office and ison circuit court for two years. building of tho Spencer confidence in his latter day conversion Nebraskan. He is dead against ex- - new olllco Dr. Leach, tho veterinary, is warning farmers to beware of feuding rotten to the fact that Southern people are not pausion and will vote for anybody or Courier. Loss, 820,000. Nep Smith, a blind man, aged 25, is corn. Ho says there is much of it In the thieves, scoundrels and cutthroats, anything that opposes it. in jail at Clarksvi'.Io, Tenn., charged the country and that It will piodiuv constantly plotting against the governAt Philadelphia District Attorney many lilt, to animals. It will alro ment, that he had thought. When he Graham filed n vigorous response to with murdering his brother, William caiice marcs to abort next sni'lnir. Sev ceases to put Negroes over white peoplo tho petition of Senator Quay and his Smith, aged 17, by mashing ttio coy's oral deaths have already resulted from Has never l?en d ire bef r . We are h un io ilo it in order to reduce our Mock by in tho South which he dare not do hi fellow defendants asking for a ruling skull with a club. Tho body was found it in tills region. Advocate. Jan Jst.nn.l we have dtvuWtl at killing prii-- H will do the work. Tho 1Hih.villo ,fc MoDowoli Fox hold their linn the North, and expresses regret that ho agfflnst a writ of of certiorari In the in a pond. Smith denies tho charge. Leroj M'iulur.1, formerly of Atlanta, bunch of 05 black Polled Angus cattle Store's Kivat nisuliilloiiSal will be long iuuiubercl by our customers nn.l friends-Tliecbampuned and voted for the Infamous conspiracy indictments. to .1. W. Bules at If: tlurblt-opiicsi will hrng p0 tple for milts nroiintl. : Lodge Force bill, besides doing nutn- -' The democrats in tho Eouso will shot and killed himself in a room of Ewlng told to E. L. Crawford it berless other things inimitable to the make a fight against tho Hull bill for tho Metropolitan Hotel, at Utica, N. jack by Napoleon for 8150. Southei n people, we will then begin to the reorganization and Increase of tho Y. He deliberately planned his self- - Anderson fc Spilmun have boiiL'ht of I S. Tevls 1.000 barrels of corn, to ) think that he is really in earnest and army. It Is not believed that more than destruction, writing a friend to cail at ueiivurvu ui wiu convenience oi irie l-2- c. mat, nis caicny purazes mean more eight or 10 democrats will vote for the tho not el and find his body in room 141. purchaser, at 81.50. Farrls tarWhillev A carriage containing Belle Harrihave just boui'ht of Gastlnuau A: Fox. between the lines, bill and It is hoped that' they may see tiantheydo, read Groeu Ticket. Fruit of tbo Loom and Mnnonvil c Cotton only f!c. Good son aod Guv Churchill was struck by a Mlddlcsborouh, 15 good broke mulct-and that his only object in expressing the error of their way. Fluinrllctto, 10' mial-tin four to six years old, llj to 15 hunds. ut Chllcoi-- Ht,tio.te reduced to 7jc. All wool Flnnnol, them was not to secure votes to nail The nrosoecta for tho nrnmnt rutin? train at Goshen, Ind., killing both Wll. Danville Advocate. lie .Men's Grey Kxtra lluniv be married In down a nomination for a second term. cation of the peace treaty are steadily stantly. They were to a few days and vrero returning home improving. Some of the Costly Klondike Gold. In his speciality of kissing idiotic are opposed to expansion Senators who from a day's shopping, loaded with will vote for. Fomc very high authorities In the women. Lt. Hobson has neither peer wedding finery. nor rival, but the wholesale osculatory the ratification of tho treaty in order A dispatch from Shanghai says a mining and financial world &ay that to terminate the technical state of war Ihc cost of the gold obtained from the business has passed the point of the with Spain, leaving the retention of powder magazine situated In the center ridiculous and become disgusting, and of the Chinese camp at Hang Chow ex Klondike field, to far, has been thrccor MrnV Heavy Ribbed Underwear, 45c Suit. Mon's Good Canton Flannel taken Drawers it is not to be wondered at that tho the Philippines to bepolitical up after- ploded, leveling a equaro mile of four times its market value. Of course only 2:1c. Ladies' Long Heevo Nibbed Vents 1 c. FacJnfttnr, wards as a domestic issue. worth 25c at 16c. the large amount of preparatory work raorinaiorri worm uc nt JOc. FacSn:itorn naval authorities, aro sending him out worth 7Ao nt 42c. Ladies' Heavy Union Senator Butler, of North Carolina, houses. It is estimated that 3,000 sol- nhich has been done make, of tho country and to tho Asiatic fleet the present Suits cut tirtlSc. Mishcs' Heavy Union Suits cut to 2!)c. 10--1 diers were killed, including the general encouraged by tho president's conWhile or G'cy Illan showing much worse than it may fair- ket cut t j 47c. The price on ail where he will have no chance to conciliatory remarks In the South, intro- commanding tbo forces. tinue the performance. The exhibition The Cincinnati Southern (Queen & ly be expected to proe a year or two duced a bill to pension Confederate solshows a very weak spot in tho make Crescent) railroad trustee havo open- he"nce, but tho experience of the world up of the naval constructor and a sur- diers on the same basis as Federals, ex- ed bids for the extension of 810,000,000 with all mining fields in which the prising number of. Idiotic women in cept they aro to receive no arrearages, of Southern railway construction bonds, precious metals arc found iudlcatc&that and Increasing tho appropriation from country. As a class they are doubt1040, The bonds p0,d cost5 al least 5,s ul' market price. 8145,000,000 to Thers is maturing July 1002 to less of the kind that no one wants for Is cut half n two. SHOES, better and cheaper than ever. Lndles' now bear 7.3 per cent. Interest and it borne experts say the average expense no shade of a chance for its passage. CuMom niado a wife and whose kisses arc neither Is proposed to extend them on a basis of obtaining it is much more than it, shoes at 1)8 and 1. 23. Udles' koh! calf or w irrain shoe c- jm..- P ...t ironnw - t im- v- 1'ivil - lhVl ' ralue. The reason, snys the Cleveland K tots go .ow at j 1.23. Men's Kii ,... ,.,., sought nor desired by the average man liber 33c. Men's Arctic Overshoes at 05c. Hoys BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. There died at Kenoska. Wis, this' Lca,d" n"d 1Icra,d' thalan ,ndustr' of Hoots OSc, worth 81.25. Realizing that if thoy ever expect Bob Blanks and Will Tutt, the Necontinue week, a man, who for 10 years had suc,h d"bl,ous to do anything more in Kentucky, they gro wifo murderer, will hang at active is found ot course, in the very not been able to sleep except lu have got to get together and 6tay toFeb. 23. theatres while the music was playing larS? ircrd obta,n?d bi' 80tne suc gether, a republican harmonizer has l miners The element of chance Sturgis' city council has granted sa! been at work trying to arrange a meet loon license for tho first time in" the softand low, and in billiard saloons '"volvetl is such that it is bound to keep when the cues were clinking against 01 me leauers ot tne numerous a ing bod M town's history ,arf cs Tf n,e,n ,n, "M-bofactious and it is said the effort will. Terre Haute', Ind., suffered a million the balls. Ho was wealthy and able to r and to,rlsl; , get these snatches of naps. l'nntcrV ink can not do us justice in likely materialize this week in Louis-- 1 dollar fire, which broke itself, in thedi-nl-ne out in a Christ- - Cuban patriotic committees arc plan-- ! hardship, even, tolling you of the good vnliirt we really ville. Gov. Bradley was importuned mas show window. for a creat celebration of the end e!opmcnt of gold fields, though Ihey havo Come and to be present and he is credited with 0ne soldier was killed and a number of Spanish sovereignty In the island. mai' understand in advance that the being willing; to bury the bloody hat- - iDJUred by an exp,osioD of powuer at For five days after January 1 thoy will average,ncompensation of all persons chet and fall on each other's neck and Fort Adams R I th Mm k'" of work will business and glvo themselves KnGed weep real tears of reconciliation. They do not care for Two women re killed and another to feasting to express their joy. In vcr' And you will oon lind out that we can nvernGes- - Tho exceptional results are a Woman fata,ly lnJured some sections of the island incondiary It comes from Washington that De- -' re9ult and firomun New York, wiiut ncy nopo ior ami strive to obsave you money on every article bought in ' a publications are being circulated boo is under the direct tutorship and in the houoc. As the result of a quarrel over a threatening to kill any Spaniards found tain., Therefore, it makes llttlo difesnionatreof Hannu. , who., bnthlnka , . . , ference whether or not gold Is marketi woman, W. L. Brown shot and killed after Jan. 1. the greatest man on earth. The jun ed at a low. upon the whole, as farns lor Kentuckv senator needs Mimohn.iv Joe Lowhorn in Clinton county. Johnson Franklin, the condemned tho volume of production' goes. That is to look after him and tell him how to' A Chicago brute, not satisfied with murderer, who, with Bob Brown, is to more affected by the number and char vote Intelligently in a parliamentary choking his wifo to death, poured hang at Glasgow from tho same noose acter of exceptionally profitable venUnless Deboo has learned 5eDe on her body and Bet lt afire, beam in February, is tures. As the Klondike territory Is very something since he went to Washing-- '' Samuel Gompera was pros-toand broken in spirit. He says he nun in u v n continue to be a T.D. KANKY, Manager. he doesn't know much more than Went of the American Federation of doesn't caro so much about dying as ho poIluinr snois. resort for ,Vcnturous spirits, Branch stores at Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Uardstown, Lnwrenceburc, rynthi-ia- , how to lead ducks to water. Labor with only one dissenting vote. uuca uuuuii iuu tuiu iijuuuur m huich euper for ciulck wealth ' Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Eluabethtown, Frankfort. Mauckport, Ind. Temperance people aro preparing to his wife treated him. He addressed a Mr. Bailey got hot in the collar when flooil as ho was leaving resume the fight before the next Legis- - note to her Friday nn MiirI Dfofamnnf lm 111 fnul -- ... rt Dw,TOU4uu kUUlp I n lUrCJUir IHC A boy in Chicago fouryenrs .. I...- !,., tnr. n ronnl I the court room, asking her "for God's question whether members of tho 1 nfe' tauGht n Great Dane pup to sit on sake" to forgive him, but she sent word Thed,rector8of tho Southern railway House had forfeited their seats by ac- -' to him to never mention her natno lhn Ecnt of lbc delivery wagon, hold d1ec,ared a dividend of I per cent, on ccpitng army commissions he had been again, that ho had been given the sen- - the rdns ln hls mouth, and pull back made a catspaw by certain prominent the l,referrert 8Uck of that railroad tence he deserved and that she had on thein ,f the horsc started when the republicans and denounced tbo author , By6tc Sho said ho killed a poor, boJ' w" nway- - n wns a Pretty trick, v merman artist nas oeen sentenced prayed for. At very llttlo as a liar and dared him to father lt. anu ,ms Decn l"e I,rlUe the Extra nli-- (Jinn Drojn, nsiorted flavors, at Vfc u iioiiikI, w si monins- imprisonment for carl' Inoffensive old woman, her mother, and Itoy een after he got ol shop butcher a of his Extra nice Ml.xeil Candy, worth 10c, goes nt fie a pound, The many colored Richmond Regis- - caturlng Emperor William's jaunt to banging was really too good for blra. own and hail other boys to deliver for Finest sott Trench Cream Cindy worth 20c foi 10c a jniand, ter is quite a triumph of typographical Jerusulem. him. A few days ago, as the Great LAND AND STOCK. Mot delicious Chocolate Cream Drops worth 23c, for 12k'c pound skill and is a credit to the establish-- ! A rear end collision occurred on the Dane was trotting beside the wagon, Ilohton Peanut Crisp, our leader, worth 20c, at 10c a jtound, w, For sale, No. 1 cow and calf. ment and Mr. H. R. Pickels, its super- - Pennsylvania road, which resulted in the horse shied so violently as to throw Cocoa nut lion IIoiih nt t2c ntoiind, Givens, Shelby City. intendent, but looking at it from alholoss of two lives and serious tho driver from his seat. Tho horse Imjiorted burnt Almonds, nothing nicer, at 12c a pound. persons, Col. Underwood hasfaold several milk then ran away up the street, standpoint, we would say that JurIe3 Chocolate covered Dates, u queen's food, at 12c a pound, tho reins the outlay and trouble of such anl An avalanche in the Cbilkoot Pass, cows recently at $30 to $35. Fresh nl'd Nutn at 10c a pound, dragging on the. ground. The dog was . Ufa rt ,.. l?rt fsM anln Alaska, caught six people, including a .u, tn Mirt fr TT tt f r r edition far oxceed9 the income. Da.u puzzlctl for ten sec01Hls Hamulus yellow as gold, 10c per dozen, ne looked nt woman and two sons. Five of the bod- Nlco OrangcH 20e per doen, W'a'8' Stanford. tho boy t0 ,,,, feet hnIf "Tm't, Wk aro glad to know that the report ies have been recovered. Also HendqunrterM for Fire Works E. T. Penco sold to a Pennsylvania dazed. Ir lookc1 nbti,. , iin. that Editor Lew R. Brown had lost his Tho Louisville Fair & Driving Asso- party two yearling mules at S7.C0. ,earing down tho street. He looked at oflice and plant by the lire in Taylors-vill- e ciation has established William Moore sold to Danville par- - the dangling lines, and he decided some-tie- s a stake known Tuesday is untrue and that his as the Louisville Prize, which will be Lnrgf at retailers of line Groceries in the world. 60 stores in Kentucky, a lot of corn at $1.35 delivered. tliag wns to be done Sprnline nftcr staunch democratic paper will continue worth between $3,000 and 810,000. Indiana and Ohio. Sparks & Kinnalrd bought of Cain & (Lo rnawayf he COHght hlrn !n a blocl.t to appear as usual. News. 8eized Ul0 reinS( whJch woro ,uckl, Thomas Howoll, of Birmingham, Son 25 fat cattlo at $25.-A- dair W. II. WEAKEN, Manaqir. Editor Mahet bad an elaborate Ala., in a Qt of jealousy shot his wifo R. L. Hubble bought of W. H. Dud- - buckled, in his teeth, and settled back, Christmas editorial in yesterday's Mt. and child and then tried to drown him derar nine extra good yearling mules at an animated, scratching, bouncing an- w- "Vernon Slgnul, showing that the old self, but unfortunately didn't succeed. chor. Tho horse was not so very badly Meeting. Meeting. Mrs. Mary Smothers, of Rockport, F.Reldsoldto Thomas Embry, .of scared after all-- and fellow's heart is in the right place, oven the dog was a big 111., dreamed her husband was untruo Fayette, a Golddust mare d0g to carry on the bit. Tho horse If he is not as saintly as ho might be. A meeting of tho stockholders of Ohc LinA meeting of tho stockholders to her and it made such an impression for 8200. stopped presently, the Great Dane coln County National Hank of Stanford will National Bank of Stanford will of the First bo held Louisville's tax rate for next year on her that sho tried to poison herself. John E. Madden bought nine acres grunted with joy of tho Btruggle, and be held at tholr banking houso tho second their banking house tho second Tuesday at has been fixed at $1.74 tho lowest for farm on the Winchester the boy came up. All of which thowa Tuesday ln January, lbUO, for the purpose of Jannnry, letiu, for tho purpono of electing In The controller of tho curreacy has adjoining hie 11 years. electing 11 director for tho cnsulne veur. director for tho ensuing yeur. decided that there ie no ground for a pike In Fayette county, at 1300. the Taiue ot J. li. OWBLEV, Cashier. education JOHN J. McBOBEKTfl, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I - I ! Browni-vllle.'Ten- n., ' I er V ft ii 1 1 se I - Pt 700-ou- nd Christmas Bargains. 1 ij 10-to- -l d I Cutting And Slashing In Prices ! e three-year-ol- d Good Yard Wide Brown Cotton at 3 , Underwear Cut to 19c. Cloaks And Wraps PWcm May-fiel- d, CLOTHING be-u- See For Yourself ao I J w kero-tangl- e. down-heart- ed n, The Louisville Store. A w 1 1 "w, bcr n! Herry, Christmas e - fr .,w O -- .... 1 1 1 I ,. nu, Blue Grass Grocery Co., Stockholders' Stockholders flve-ycar-o- ld wr Cashier. i t -.- -. ,l ".'., "Ti W " - "V-- O -i- a ?& ". vr-- - rf v" r Srr" . 4 - ",&Jfa? "f ' e S- - t ROAD Itfi : CLflimS. Ilruco Patrick " 3 do 1.50, 3 do 1.50, , Lincoln Stringer, 3 do 1 50, W. K. Singleton. 3 do 1.50, & ft l A L - 3 do 1.50, Allowed nt tho October icrni 1808 John McGinni.-- k haul 3 work 2.25, Tom Smith, 5 do 1.50, nml payable out of tho levy of 18U8. W. S. MuGuirc, 3 days' work 1.50, Jack " G do, 181)7-03.00, (Continued from last issue.) 2 hauling 3.00, M. J. Smith, 3 days' work 1.50. Jim McGulley, tm Sam'l Holme, 2 haul 4 work I J. W. McGulley, 3 days' work 1.50, J. X. Smith 4 I;aul 3 wk, (3.00, C. McGulley, 3 haul 4.50, 4.00, Godfrey Spitzer, 2 do 3 do 3.50, ybhn W. Holmes, 150 loads grav W. M. McGiifluy, days' work 50e, Julius 3 days' work 1.50, el 10.50, Jacknon McMullen, 3 haul 3 wk 4.50 G. W. Turner, 3 hauling 4.50, James McMullen, 3 days' work 50, John 3 work 1.50, ybhn Harris, 3 days' work 50, . 1..' 0, " 3 do Alex Chas. Terry, do 50c, Squire iggins, 2 do 1.00, M. I). McKctizie, 3 do 1.50, J. L Tunibull, 4 haul 3 work G.OO, Palace iggins, 2 do 1.00, (Weekly Edition of the Commercial Tribune ) 4 do 3 do G.OO, Craig R. L. Hubble, 3 haul J work 4 50 John Nuylor, 3 do 1.50, John J. Nuylor, 3 do 1.50, Speed Thurnian, k days work 75, Pet iatr, 3 do 3 do 4,50, 10 JTAifW JL ObJCV WEEKLY WW " U do 75c," T.nn Xuylor, 3 do 1.50, Ed Jacob Halflngcr, 3 days' 'wk 1.50, " 2 do 1.00, OUio Xaylor, 3 1.50, Boh W. D. Hutchison, 3 do 1.50, Xoaks, 3 do 1.60, IIuirTurnbull, 3 haul 3 work 4.50, Send 5c in timps for our 132-pa- ge T. W. " 3 do t.50, Large Illustrated Chas. Tapp, 4 days' work .50, Aaron Xoaks, 3 hauling 4.50, 1 00, of Premiums offered with the Weekly CommerCatalogue ack Hays, 2 do M. C. Thompson, (i haul 3 work .00 Same, 3 days' work 50, Brent " 2 do 1.00, cial Gazette. Charles Traub, 5 haul 3 work 7.60, Canton Oaks, 3 do 1.50, " 3 haul 3 work 4.50, Published every Tuesday morning Isaac Mrs. Owsley, 3 do 50, A. Tliomii, 3 haul C work 4.50, It has the most complete and reliable Market Reports. T. acklcy, 2 haul 3 00, J. Thos. Temy, 3 days' work 1.50. Chas. Toff, 3 do 1.50, It is Republican to the core, but never offensive. Joseph 2 days' work i.oo, Green Tucker, 2h do 1.25, Tine 1 ayne, 3 do 1.50, Its departments relating to Farming, Libor, ManufacGeo. Hunt, 3 do i.5o, W. II. Vmihook,"3 do 1.50, Gene Pctrey, 3 do 1.50, turing and Legislation are of the greatest value to every Jas. " 3 haul 3 work 4 50, Lewis Vandeveer, 1 do 50c, Peyton Petrcv 3 do 1.50, reader. David " 3 days' work 1.50, Simon Pctrey, 3 do I.M), J C. Willeapp, haul 2A work 2.00, It is an up family newspaper. It has ten pa-- es Quince Hockiich, 3 do 1.50, Jack Weber, 2 days' work 1.00, Mack Pctrey, 3 do 1.50, compactly filled with the most important news of the Luther Hogue, 3 do 1.50, John Willeap, 3 do 1.50, Harrison Ptrkins, 4k do 50, Thos. Hicks, 3 do 1.50, world, and just what the family fireside most enjoys. Thos WalAMi, 3 do 1.50, " 2 do 1.00, Wm. . Special inducements to club agents Wm. Hoguc, 5 haul 3 work 7. 50, Jas Pettus, 3 do 1.50, 2 do 1.00, Sample copies W. E. Williams Leonard Hampton, 3 days' work Will Parker, 3 do 1.50, mailed on application Address Wm Wood, 3 do 1.50, S L Withers, 3 haul 3 work 4 50, 3 do 1.50, 1.50, Annp Pctrey CO., COMMERCIAL. Jas. Mullins, 2 days' work 1.00, Robt. Harris 3 do 1.50, John Pence, 3 do 50, y - jiLi''i.li.fJ iryy .Tjijk.fjC J."f "" I I Willie White, 3 do 1 50, .""Aj.'JL,,rJkTJV !!! Walter H umber, 3 do 50, J. R Pullinni, I haul work 1.00, .0 LArk'ATJ r fj.' iTiJ '3 Bill Wilburn, 4ido 1.50, Wm. Pullinni, dnyis' work 50e, Mat Holman, 3 do 1.50, I'M Withers, 2 io 1.00, II. Harris, 5 haul 3 work 7.50, G. W. Piillinm, 1 do 50c, " 2 do 1.00, Bill Wm. Porter, 3 haul 3 work 4 50, John Hutchison, 3 days' wk 1.50, Geo. Walls, Z do 1.50, M. Plieljw, 3 days' work 1.50, Ollic Hubble, 2 do I.oo, MoAbner L. Young, 2 do 1 00, Pittman, haul 3 work 2.50, Jas. Hiatt, 1 do 50c, Henry Young, 3 do 1.50, S. J. Pollard, 3 days' work 1.50, ohn H. Hiatt, 3 do 1 50, Henderon G. Young, 4 do 1 50, Merus Phimmcr, 3 do 50, Joe Hilntz, 3 do 1.50, Everett Young, 2 do 1.00, Win. Payne. 3 do 1.50, rehx laulkner, 1 days' work 75c, Kloha, 3 do 1.50, " 2 do 1 00, Curtis Ike Potter, haul work 2.00, Joseph Faulkner, 3 do 2.25, Fred Kur, 3 do '1.50, " 2 do 1.00, Hiram David Pcpplcs, 2 days' work 1.50, W. P. Givchs, 33 loads gravel 3.30, Joseph Kcnlcy, 1 do 50c, " 2 do 1.00, Ed John C. Pepples. 3 haul 4.50, B. W. Givens, ! haul 14A work 1G.50 Adam Kcllcy, 2 do 1.00, 3 do 1.50, Nick Ben Gaines, A hauling 1.00, J. II Pepples, 3 days' work I 50, Levi Kcllcy, 2 do 1.00, " 2 do 1.00, Craig Gooch,"u haul 2k work 4.87, W. II. Pcpplcs, 7 haul 3 work 10.50, Wm Vehicles of All Kinds. Hiram Kidd, 3 do 1,50, 1 haul 3 work 2 50, days'-wor.1. U Perkins, Eph 50o, Anderson Gooch, 2k work 1.87, ' W. R. Kirk, 2 do 1. 00, Rich'd " 2 days' work 1.00, 1 hauling 2 00, Andrew " 3 do 50, J. C Marion Kidd, 3 do 1.50, M. II. B:iker, 3 do 1.50, G. T. Perkins, 3 do 1.50, Gentiy-- Brov. 200 loads gravel 8.00, ohn King, 5 haul 3 work 7.50, B. S. McMullen, 3 haul 3 work 4.50 C. C. Gover. 3 hauling G.OO, J. T. Pleasants, 3 do 1.50, Pate King, 6 haul 3 work 9.00, BEST LINE OF- G. A. Pleasants, haul, 3 work and Johu Baker, 3 days' work 1.50, W. P. Grimes, G do 12 00, D. I, Kidd, 3 days' work 1. 50, 125 ft lumber, 3.75, Hanlcy Dishon, 3 do 1.50, Isaac Hubbanl, 2 do 5.C0, Milbarn Kidd, 3 do 1.50, Jchse Hocker, repairing road 100.00, W. D. D. Hays, 1 do 2.00, II. II Powder, 3 days' work 1.50, wk 2.50 Hugh Powder, 3 do 1.50, Wm. Kormensty haul 3 Bud Sims, 3 days' work 1.50, G. D. Hopper, repairing cnlvert 1.00 John Stringer, 3 do 1 50, Wesley Kidd, 3 days' work 1 50, Eph Pennington, 3 do 1.50, Same, 4 haul 3 work 10 25, Charles Stringer, 3 do 1.50, K. I). Padgett, do 50c, Will Jackson, 3 do 1.50, Buck Hiatt, 5k work 4.37, Elias Simpson, 3 do 1.50, Geo. Helm, 3 do 2.25, Parish, 3 do 1.50, Emil Jansscn, 3 do 1,50, 3 do 1 50. Milton Geo. D. Hopper, 2 loads stone, 1.00, James Phimmor, 1 haul 3 work G.OO, H. Jenkins, 2 do 1.00, John G. Griflin, 3 do 1.50, Charles " 3 days' work 1.50, John Hogue, 4J haul 9 gravel 9 90, do 1.50, Rufus Johnson, 3 David Hays, 3 do 1.50, " 3 do 1.50, Thos. T.J.HU1, hauling, Ac, 3 9G, Wm, Johnson, 3 do 1.50, Hand-Mad- e Geo. Leach, 3 do 1.50, R. L Hubble, 3J hauling 7.00, 1 haul 2 work 2.00, Dave Parker, 2 do 1.00, Wm. James, W. G. Morgan, 3 do 1.50, Adam Petrey, 3 do 1.50, Walter Holtzclaw, 4 do 8 00, ohn James, 3 days' work 1.50, James Sowders' 3 do 1.50, " 3 do 1.50, Thos. Wm. Huffman, 3k do 7.00, enryames, 3 do 1.50, John Koeher, G haul 3 work 9.00, Ilolit. " 3 do 1.50, Wm Hester, 3 do G.OO, Garland James, 3 days' haul 4.50, W. J. Reynolds, 2 haul 3 work 3.50, Wm ' 3 days' work 1.50, 3 do G.OO, Henry John A.amcs, 3 days' wk 1.50 L. II. Prosper, 3 do 1.50, Rich'd " 3 do G.OO, A.M. " 3 days' 1.50, S. James 3 do 1.50, Dick Kobinson, 2k haul 3 work (.00, Joe Gutterson, 3 do 1.50, Iron Fence. Ike Hays, 4 days' work 3 00, CypressShinglcs. Alfred James, 3 do 1.50, Chas. Destelhort, 3 do 1.50, Dave Itigshy, 2 days' work 1.50, Palace Higgins, 14 do 10.87, Andy " 3 do 1.50, GusS. Fischer, 3 do 1.50, R. L. Hubble, 33 loads gravel 2 G4, Iouis Hetherford, 3 do 1.50, Wm. ' ' 3 haul 3 work 4 50, ( F. Snitzlcr, 3 do 1.50, Mart Heed, 3 do 1.50, L. G. " 24 hauling 4.50, Jacob Jesswine, 3 days' work 1.50 Jas KiiN-ell-, Rudolph Traub, fixing culvert and Henry Hester, 3k 3 do 1.50. 7.00, , " Fred 3 do 1.50, taking tree from road 1.50, 3 haul 3 work 4.50, D. Rich'd 3k 7.00, Mill Work. Metal Roofing. Godfrey 3 do 1.50, Andrew Higsby, 44 days work 1.50, P. S. Hughcs,"2? work 2.0G, Chas. Link, Jr., 3 do 1.50, Taylor Itohci ts, 3 do 1.50, S. II Helm, 1 hauling G.OO, Chas. Link, Sr 3 haul 3 wk 4 50, Thos. Hohitifon, k do 7)c, Jas. Hutching, assignee, 2k wk 1.87, Al Leach, 3 days' work 1,50, Carnmn KohiiiHin, (5 haul (5 work .00 G. T. Ashlock, hauling, tfcc , 73. G5, Same, 3k do 2.02, II. Lockowitz i haul 3 work 2 50, John Ituynolde, 3 days' work 50, W. E. Amnion, 2 haul & gravel 7.27 Same, ik 4.87, Ed Lcc, col. 4 days' work-1.50- , B. C. Anderson, lumber 8.35, 3 do 1.50, Leslie Harber, 8J do G.25, W. H. " assignee, 3 work 2.2. Linch, 3 do 1.50, lames Itohiiibou, 3 do 1.50, S. JL Helm, 1 work 1 iiaul 2 75, J. II. Jas. Same, 4 haul 14 work 20.50, D. F. Logan, days' hauling 1.50 Steve Heynold.s, 3 do 1.50, Wm. James, 3 days' work 2.25, George Higney, 3 do 1.50, Same, assignee, 5 days' work 3.75, John James, 10k do 7.87, Lay, 1 days' work 50c, Boy Same, " G do 4 50, Garland James, 7k do 5.G2, J. II. Iiidonur. 3 do 1.50, Boney Lay, 1 do 50c, Silas Anderson, 3 hauling G 00, J. A. " 3 do 1.50, Henry James, 3 haul 10 work 13.50, do 50c, Wm. Lay, Clmrh- - I! I.J, 3 do 1.50, " 3 haul 2 work G.OO, Henry Cyrus Jones, 3 days' work 2.25, Tine Lamb, 2 haul 1 work 3 50, Wm. Pu.Lv, 3 do 1.50, Koht. L Ashley, H work 1.12, J. L. Johnson, G24 ft lumber 6.21, Sank Lee, col. 1 days' work 50, Adam Kichurt 2 do 1.00, J. D. Bastin, orders, J. E. Lynn, Same, 108 ft lumber 1.08, L. Lanham, 3 do 1.50, Thau any other coal on the market Try it. Others prefer it. Georgo Scott, 3 do 1.50, Joshua Jones, 5 days' hauling 10.00, 21.07, . G. Livingston, 3 haul 450, D. S. Johnson, hauling, Ac, 39.85, Jerry Briscoe, hauling, Arc , 24.00, IT. C Leach, 2 days' work 1 00, Lafy Smith. 3 do 1.50, Ja.. Sm'..!i. .! l 1.50, Thos. Best, 2J do 4.G7, Ed Kecton, 42 loads gravel 3 36, G. L. Love, 3 do 1.50, Jas. Smith, Sr , 3 work 3 haul 0 00, M. S. Baughman, plowing 2.00, E. A. Leake, 2k hauling 5.00, C. M. Love, three do 1.50, John Spires, hauling 1.50, Jno. II. Bright, haul & gravel 15.30, J. E. Lynn, haulinjr, Ac. 20.G2. Wilson Logan, 2 haul work y.50 Kobt. Bosley, hauling, wk Ac , 2G.50 C. W. Lovell, 1 hauling 2.00, Frank Smith, 5 do 7.50, - iitiiiiir. RSuYuVi'mViiVn iV Georjc Logan, 2 days' work 1.00 A. StoineggiT, 3 days' work 1.50, work 10.12, Grant Burdett, J. W. Long, 4 hauling 8,00, Sam'l Lawrence, three do 1.50, is "OD 11V33W L4iL J??vS Chas. Link, 3 days' repairing bridge Hiatt Stigall, 2 haul 2k work 3.50, Billic Bland, hauling 50c, ?upnpu S; TUMir t T j ;i ; J : 'jtitjd soy " ' Wm. Lawrence, three do 1.50, t . 'i'in s--. jC .3iWl JJoo ," Tommie " 2 days' work 1.00, to 5.00, Henry Bright, 40 loads gravel 2.30, 7cnty Monde, three do 1.50, Middlcton Lynn, 3 hauling G.OO, Tho. Show, U do 50, Wm. Beck, 4 loads gravel 3.28, . w ;: i Haydcn Mitchell, three do 1.50, Bill 2 do 1.00, John G. Lynn, G do 12.00, Embry Beazloy, 3 hauling G.OO," Will Mobcrly, three do 1.50, Fred " 3 do 50, Jas. Lunsford, 40 loads gravel 3.20, J. L. Beck, hauling, Ac, 2G.85, MTSS1ZB Mullins, three do 1.50, Andrew Spanglcr, 4 do 1.50, Shernnn Wm. Logan, gravel, 1.27, Jas. Beazley, 5A hauling 11.00, Bud Mobcrly, three haul three Andrew Snodgra-s- , 4 do 1.50, OUio Ball, I days' work 75c, A. E. Leake, 2k hauling 5.00, 1 do 50c, work 4 50, Ed Sweeney . J. II. Baughman, assiguee, hauling Wilson Logan, 1 days' work 2.00, j.HCi'MW " 7 I' NfeirS JtDk w Wm. Mounce, three work 1.50, Geo. Masterson, 12 loads gravel GOc, Albeit Smith, do 50c, 12.00, Mounce, three do i.5o,tf Hortou Stewart, do 50c, H. K. Jas. Messer, 72 loads gravel 7.20, H. T. Bush, 2 days' work 2.00, ! G. L. Stampfly, 3 do 1.50, Chas Montgomery, 1 do 50c, Thos. Best, 2i hauling 5.00, Walter Martin, hauling, 12.00, A. C. Martin, hauling, Ac, 15.25, Jim Skidmore, 3 do 1.50, Mack Bruce, hauling, &c, 21.77, Robt. Moreland, 2 do 1. 00, S 5: 'ANYdKODTlYPnaiU " 3 do 1.50. p?v Joo A. R. Matheny, lock and haul 7.25, Jerry Briscoe, 4k work 4.50, R. Melton, three do I.50, ti " 3 do 1.50, L. lUi Ulll Rich'd Bibb, 2A hauling 5 00, Gallon Mocks, 2 do 1.00, W. M. Matheny, 1 hauling ' -- -j . l" hauling, 2.00, 3 work 7.(i0, J. G- - Livingston, 3 do 1.50, Myers, repairing bridjre. Ac. P. W.Carter J. D W. T. Mnmiul 3 haul 33ld AVJ.n S. II. Khooj, 2 do 1.00. " 3 days' work 1.50, 2.45, Rich'd Cobb, Go loads gravel b.20, Jack TITMir i p rT"T ftsifctiC- wyB-,i ,Tii do 1.50, E. T. Minor, 3- hauling G.50, 500 ft lumber 4.50, J. G. Sims, 3 do 1.50, Jas. Chappell, W. M. Murphy, W. M. Matheny, 3 hauling G.OO, Ziph Sims, 3 do 1.50, " 3 do 1.50, M. G. R. Curtis, 2 days' work 1.50, WRITP PAR riPflTTIH,1 b'wlr: the llf j t".i"''w fcrct.t ;.!. o 3 do 1.50, Tindcy SptHjnaiuore, 5 haul 3 wk 7.50 R. Curtis, 2 days' work 1.60, Ben McCormack, 2 daye' work 1.50, lltlllU 1U11 M. ff Scwlnc Machines we ti'.iniifuct ji ami tbeit t A do 37c, Loss Shearer, 1A days' work 75c, l jreiymw r. 3 do 1.50, prices bt . l.r. O W. W. Melvitriek, hauling, work Jordmi MiiKUftou, Ed Critteuden, THE NEW lESrWInaK.UCi C CO. Jas. Singleton, 1 days' hauling 1.5't, Ac., 9.G6, Lee Craig, U do 1.12, D.m Mosior, 1 do 50c, m ttrm, aCnlonSmwre.K Y 2k days' work 2.25, Sam McKitrick, Mack Sam Chandler, 0 hauling 12.00, hauling 2.77, W. H. Myre, 3 do 1.50, l'" "T"r- fcoiT.. 81.1 BY AtUiiU.liU. j ton (Continued on 6th pace.) Dave Strct, 3 do 1.50, Cash & McClure, 8 work 0 00, ' John Moore, 3 do 1.50, piO.SIJ.dV rfc w A. H. 8, Ja. Melvin, 3 haul 4.50, II. II. " 1 1 1 1 Ja. 1 1 1 " i 1 1 1 1 J. - 1 1 G. S. Carpenter, 12 loads gravel 90c, Ilollis Carrier, U haul 1,00, Marsh Coomer, 3 days' work 2 2$ Lee Craig, col. 1 do 75c, Geo. W. Carter, 81 loads gravel 8.10 Cash it McClure, assignee, 3 work 3 02, Sam Cummins, G days' work 4.50, 1 do 75c, Flcni John " J do 75c, Forrest Cook, 2 do 4.00, R. II. Cooper, U hauling 7.00, Mrs. S. J. Dayton, order J. A. Singleton, 2.00, Fred Dunaway, 10 days' breaking rock 7.50, Franklin Dishon, 3 hauling G.OO, Sam'l Dudderar, 9 do 18 00, Rich'd Denny, 24 loads gravel 1.92, J. A Dudderar, hauling & gravel 3.00, Thos. Dudderar, 2 days' work 1.50, J. II. Dalton, 10 haul 12 work 32.00 Matthew Drozler, 20 loads gravel 1.20 A. C. Dunn, 74 hauling 18 12, E. C. Eubauks, 3A hauling 7.00, Albert Eason, 3 days' work 2.25, Mack Eubanks, plowing & ditching 2.75, C. Eubanks, G days'Vork G.OO, J. Same, 7A hauling 3 work 17.25, Mack Eubanks, 5i hauling 11.00, J. M. Estes, repairing culvert, itc, 3 50, E C. Eubanks, 2 haul work 5.37 David Eubanks, days' work 1 00, Wm. Epperson H work 1.12, Same, G do 4.50, John B. Foster, 5 hauling 10.00, D. B. Fox, 5 do 10.00, Clifton Fowler, Hi haul, 1H work and gravel 3,'a00, mm mmm THE OLID BBLIABLE The Cincinnati n V&i Weekly CommereialGazette vw a ten pages sn ritnrmcs Twrj WUU to-dat- e 1 1 i i S-'- W'ATA-J- fj ir,!,.i.ft' .,i TRIBUNE ATA.-T- Cincinnati. L.TATj v"OtVJ . ''! A T WW . . .1 $ 1 Brown Wagons, Timothy and. Clover Hay, Spring Wagons, BucHboards, J. 1 1 61c. 1 1 TJ. TD. -- BBIGHT. 1 1 1 Ja. Lap Robes, Horse Blankets, Storm Aprons, Harness. In the city. Remember our line of B. K. WE A REN St SOV. A.C.SINEJ tiEBi STANFORD, 7T1 KY. TurnplKTciainis. mw 1 Bird Eye Cannel Goal ! 1 Does Not Pop, 1 Makes Wo Cinders, Burns A Third Longer, Takes Less Kindling, And Makes More Heat J.H.BAUGHMAK&CO SS NEW HOK. r - 1 1 !i 1 1 Mr " 1 FrV ac:na? l''t-M.- V !? 1 fer.W am ! 3&W v fOl L - U N - .. ih-.- - i Wli ma$&-- ' . 1 ' I I1A1X, Lincoln. I laiavnai 'hshai w.wwms mwmmmwfwtf, H;j: j-- 7f - Bui "Xorah" Hudson "Hid rfilliear life last he Thought foul little 51 Brent; stocks Were Telephone ft.r Farmers. rising and falling, and this interested him words. Her hand was at the knob; she tore the door open and uttered a sharp cry. The mostreccnt extension of the telemore than news of battle and death. i ANTA CLAUS, dear friend of child "Hang it al , it is not Williams," growled phone hood and comforter of old age, well At last came the most terrible of all tidhas been In the country, bringing as he has been known for a longtime, ings, for there is something more terrible John Hudson. "It's another report from the fann in reach of tho town. Before Cuba. in the north, still is a comparative than death on the battlefield. "It is Arnold!" was the response, and he had n telephone, writes Charles slrangorinthesc-uth- . Nevertheless, his bpirit Arnold Brent was misoingl Comrades then dwells in Dixie land, and the poor of that n knew that he had gone into the battle; one's the broker saw his daughter in some Barnard, in flic Chautnuquan, the truck arms. have ample cause for rcmembcrinR with they had Been him charging up the hill; they farmer or fruit grower loaded up his table gratitude every 25th of December. The ar- had seen him in the foremost rank, but he upHe walked over to theface and snatched team with n miscellaneous assortment the telegram. His grew' and tist who designed the headpiece for our had not answered to roll call. There had the next moment he had hurled dark tele- of his produce and drovoto town, trust the Christmas page presents n typical southern been but few mining, very few; but Brenti gram into the fire. ing to luck to find a good market nnd scene. Uncle Zcb, with the peculiar energy was among these. "I am a long time keeping my promise," fair prices. Xow ho ascertain! tho Then came the waiting, the days of painof his race, has not waited for Santa Claus say. UI delirious; to call on him, but early on Christmas eve ful honi while the army and nary were be heard n voicename in have beenof 1 even lost my the wilds Cuba. I state of the market and Its tone before winning victories on other fields and at tea. has started out with a basket to collect ofho starts. He even sells his crrp In ferings from "ole mifsus" and other white John Hudson's face assumed a merrier as- have lccn the inmate of n Cuban hut back of Santiago for months, till I finally came advance, nnd only delivers whnt Is friends. The plethoric condition of the bas- pect. He whistled more. He received Wilto myself. ket and his happy black face bear testi- liams with more cordiality whenever he back missing men I nm Arnold Brent, one of wnntcd. Tho telephone hns made farmthe of San Juan hill, and this mony that his quest has been a successful came to town, took him home and made is ing profitable by removing uncertainty,. Christmas." things pleasant there for him. It was all one and that he can "The" deuce it is!" cried John Hudson. It also tends to equalize prices, to preAt Christmas play, and make pood cheer, for a purpose which the young girl's heart "Xorah said you would come back Christ- vent ruinous gluts nnd fnminc prices For Christmas comes but once a year. easily guessed. mas. You are her guest. Mine hasn't come." for nrticlcsof gcncnil consumption. Its The summer of victories faded arid, the He stalked from the room, the shadows O nutumn came. The leaves turned to gold of the reunited fallinc softly on the caroet use by the fanner is eJiown in the grentrnd then gave place to the garb of winter. and the old clock striking the half hour. cr uniformity of prices In tbe retail The regiment had been ent back, or whit As he walked in the was left of it, and Xorah had Questioned ccol his blood a out sprang wintry wind to markets, and It has stopped the foolish boy upon the porch haggling over prices that is such a those who took part in the historic charge. and thrust a telegram into his hand. They gave her but little encouragement. Hudson went lwck to the light and tore common feature of European retail o Still, with woman's kvc and trust, the it open. markets. The supply nnd price of flih, fair girl waited. It was in her nature to "John Hudson: Train delayed. Can't vegetables, fruit, ilowcrs and other wnit, for was not his promise that he would come You may heor of Hrent beit. . JjTOXi are waiting yet, Xorah?" nrticles of dally consumption Is now come Christmas still good? fore Ions. WILLIAMS." V "Waiting? Why not?" John Hudson, sitting before his fireplace The broker crumpled the telegram in hit almost ontlrclycontrollcd btclephone. The first speaker, a handsome that Christmas night, with the telegram in hand and looked at the rouple in the fire- The telephone hns thus become Jj the balman of 50, looked askance at his hand, thought he saw the fruition'of light. ance wheel of trade throughout the the person he addressed, a young girl who cherished hopes. "You've lost, Williami," said he. "Thii stood at the bay window, apparently intent Williams would soon be there, and even Christmas night belongs to the girl who has country, preventing alike local gluts ' watching the large Hakes that came airily as the broker read he listened for the waited. Her guest shall be John Hudson's, and famines. ou down and whitened the ground before the sounds of the carriage on the whitened too." MhssaclitiFetts has the first law prohouse which had been her drive. And he smiled as he left the lovers alone. Lome since birth. hibiting vivisection in the and "She won't hold back any longer," said T. C. HAnUAUOH. A rich fire was burning at one end of the he. "Why, her mother always knuckled unin defense of It W. W. Xlles, the EpiscoIlls 1'osarnstonK. rcom and threw its light over her supple der to me. I've been master here for years, Briggs Christmas time makes me feel as pal bishop of Xcw Hampshire, wiys: figure, and the clock which had tjeked more and Xorah knows that." of Iludsons in and out 4 than one generation He stopped rather suddenly, for tire door if I would like to share my all with my fel- "The torturing of dumb animals In the presenco of a clow of young people for of the world still sent its musical tones behind him opened, and he turned his low men. Griggs I suppose you refer to your debts. tho purposes of instruction isinhuman, throughout the room. , startled face thither. Brooklyn Life. There was a strain of sadness in the man's Xorah stood regally in the doorway, her brutalizing nnd infamous. Par better cice, but in the girl's there was hopeful- handsome figure revealed by the soft light, CJrent Is it for both society and the Individual ness, not unmixed with a little sorrow. and looking straight at him. "What do you expect for Christmas" that the scholar should know nothing "Why, papa," she suddenly resumed, as ''I I thought you had retired, child," "Al! my wife's folks." Chicago Hccord. she turned, "he said he would be here Christ- said John Hudson, stammeringly, for he had that Is taught in the tchools than that mas. You know Arnold never brok his spoken aloud, and wondered if Norah had he or she .should bo thus degraded nnd AXAKKOW KSCAl'i:. promises." heard. Thankful word written by Jlr Ada I", lUrt, of turned into n brute. The monster in "Hut the war, child! We know he went "Blcsa you, no, papa! This is the night he Uroton, S. 1. "Wa talen with a tail cold which human form vt ho could give pudli nn exhito the battle of Santiago nothing more." was to come." settled on my ltuii; rough set In ntu' Dually ter"I know," was the answer. "Wj all A frown darkened John Hudson's brow. hibition to young persons, or who could minated In Consumption, me know that, papa. But there is the pro'Tut that idle hope aside," he answered. u, saying I could lire 1ml al'our lotnra gate gave defend it in another, ought not one I short misethe pledge." "You have had it tested time and aeain. The myrelfiiptomy Savior, determined time. H I ould not hour longer to be tolerated for a teach"He did not seem to count the uncertain- others who came home brought no cheering-newstay with my frleml ou rarth, I rou)d meet mjr er of youth. He ought to be dUinuucd ties of battle. That is it, Xorah. Weeks from Cuba. Xorah, you must break ilwnt'onwalmj, My husband wai advied to instantly. and months have passed, and we have done this tie. And a superintendent of a It is my command." eerything to raise our hopes. The result "You command at last?" said the young get Dr KliiK'a Now 1Discovery for Csu school board who could tolerate such a Coughs and Colds has been terribly disappointing." irae It a trll, took la all girl, advancing. "Do I understand that I eight tattle. It ha, cured inn. ai.d, thank (iod, I wickedness ought not longer to be suf"Terribly!" echoed the young girl. rjust obey?" am saved and now a well and healthy woman." fered to misrepresent a community of She crossed the room and took a seat at "You must. Xow!" Trial tattles fre at Penny's Dm Store. lingular men and women. Words fail me to exthe piano. As her fingers swept the white Xorah crossed room and halted at his Ue oOcandil.CO ('ttarantccdor rlcu refunded. keys John Hudson turned his face away side, one of her the press the horror with which doings of soft hands falling like a m and looked abstractedly into the glowing pure snowflakc on his shoulder. this kind fill my soul." fire. "He is coming," said she. It was a plaintive ballad the girl played, "Brent? Impossible! You have waited A party of American gold-scckehns and it filled the old'roorn with sadness, as it for months. A dead man cannot come." An old adage, reads: "Thero Is a place gone to Cuba to prospect for tho prewere. She was not interrupted, but conIt was a hard, cruel sentence, but what for everything," and for evefythlng to be cious ore, every man. of them provided tinued till the last stanza had been heard, did John Hudson care? He wanted snap In Its place, the LOUISVILLE DISPATCH when she rose, and, bidding her father good the ties that had bound Xorah to to sol- should And a place In the home of every with pick, shovel and pan. Dr. J. W. her night, walked quietly away. dier hero, and cared not how harshly he DEMOCRAT In the SUN5.Y SOUTH. The Lnngford, of Arizona, who accompanies "It's woman's way," said John Hudson. did it. Dispatch Is tho people's paper, "I guess I will have to put up with it. "You loved your mother, girl?" he sud- the people, and Is always ready owned by tltem, says: "I believe Cuba to be a to tight better gold field than the Klondike. I That's what bothers me. There's Williams, denly said, looking up into her face. for the cause ot tho people. IT STANDS good a catch as there is in the market. as think Cuba is one of the best prospect"Her memory is the sweetest one I have." SQUARELY ON THE CHICAGO PLATFuits me to a dot, and I could make room "Very well. She never crrssed me long. FORM, without tho aid or consent ot the ing countries in the world. I prospect-t- d for him in the firm. Will be here Of course, she had her ideas, but from the Gold Dug Monopolies, and a fair comparin Alaska unsuccessfully. I expect day of our marriage I was master here." ison of its newB service (now being furto locate a claim on San Juan hill that There was no reply. Xorah's look sought nished over leased wires by the New York the carpet at her feet, and the clock ticked Sun, tho Chicago Inter Ocean rand the a company will bo nble to work at a on. Northern Press Association) with that of largo profit. I am sure there is gold All at once John Hudson turned toward any other paper, will fully verify Its In paying quantities in the quartz rocks the front door. He had caught sounds that Motto, "If you sec it in the Dispatch it's of the hills." Thus we have a new proof seemed to infuse new life into his veins. so, and If It's so It is always in tbe Disthat "Hope springs eternal in the hu"My guest' is out yonder, Xorah," said patch." he. "He is punctual to the minute." Dispatch also has a staff of over man breast." The "Your guest, papa?" 300 active correspondents In the South, and t It is probable that Vigo county furWill POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE "Yes, Mr. Williams." THAN DOUDLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS nishes the only example in Indiana "I .. sv" Vv "I did not know- -" it necessary to tell of any other Louisville paper. Get the of n family living In a hollow tree. hardly thought Dispatch; It gives the news and tells the rou, interrupted Hudson, "ilia telegram a family, numbering four, met it lying on the table yonder. He comes for truth about It. with misfortune while driving along -Dally, 8 pages; Sunday, 24 pages; Weekour answer, you know." ly. 8 pages. We club with tho Weekly the road between Tene Haute and "For what answer?" Perhaps Xorah dreaded the worst, for she Dispatch at the remarkably low price ol Mncksvillc. Their horc died, and the seemed to shrink within herself. Her face TWO DOLLARS AND IIFTY-F- l four took refuge In n giant sycamore paled a little and her hand fell suddenly tree, lying on the ground, and they TWO POINTED QUESTION'S ANSWEKED from her father's shoulder. are spending' the winter there. They "He has come for his wife," continued vVhat id the uee of making a better have placed their wnall stove Inside, John Hudson, in tones which, appeared to tell how bitterly he could strike the fair article than your competitor if you can the pipe projecting through a huge rreature before him. knothole. The family eem to be not get u better price for it? "YOU ARE WAITUIG YET, HORAH?" "For-m- e?" Ana. Aa there is no difference in pleased and comfortable. They art In "Come, don't faint now. You must have there's his telegram on the table. And Norah y on tin road. doesn't know it. She's like her mother was; luspected it for weeks. He a true Hudson, tho price the public will buy only the view of ,. There's business as well as love in this better, so that while our profits may he won't cross me. By Jove! she knows Hard tack is no longer the exclusive ransaction. I take him into the firm, make bo Bmtiller on a a'nglo sale, they will better." reliance of the nrmy. Several divisions Ue reached over and picked the telegram lum partner, you see, and the profits will bo much greater in the aggregate. thus remain in the family." How can you get the public to know have been supplied with field ovens of from the table and adjusted his glasses. What did Xorah care for all this? What your mako is tho best ? Then he read aloud galvanized iron which turn out 200 "John. Hudson: Will come on 10H0 train vas the man out there to her, whose heart If both articles ure brought prom loaves of bread at a baking. Knch soland shall expect to have matter settled. tad been so long at Santiago? incutly before the public, both aro cer"WILLIAMS." She did not answer her father, but turned tain to be tried and the public will dier is entitled to IS ounces of flour Ferhaps he read it more than once, but I o ward the door and waited. very quickly pass judgment on them ns part of his dnlly rntioir, nnd ecoonly one time aloud. It seemed to please "It's Williams; I know it!" exclaimed and use only tho betterone. nomic baking represents nn important him, for he smiled as he laid it down. Hudson. "Come, brighten up, Jtorah. I This explains the large saie on item. A regiment nt Savannah recent"Of course," said he, "Williams is a little Chamberlain's Couph Remedv. Thn older than Norah, but that don't cut any people have been using it for years auil ly recehed $900 in cash for flour saved cM-Pfel- l I figure. Girls nowadays like their seniors. in one month. The bakery is set up umuiuuiiu tiiui ncaa uiwuys oe She'll like him, too when she knows him upon. They may occasionally by the men inside of 24 hours and the better." take up with somu fashionable novelty bakers are 11 selected from the ranks. Then he thought of a young man who at put forth with exaggerated claims, but tbe first call for volunteers in the Spanish are certain to return to tbe one remedy war came to him and said he had decided to William Paine, of Peaks-viHe- , Mo., was that they know to be reliable, and for go. Arnold Brent, always brave, handsome coughs, colds and croup thero is noth- married to Mrs. Mary Tringcr at the and somewhat impulsive, thought his coun ing equal to Ohamborlain's Cough latter's home in Golden City, Mo.. try needed him, and he had kept his word Remedy. For sale by Craig it Hockr, Thnnkngiving night. The groom Is SS with a friend that he would enlist. Druggists. years old, and the bride is 65. The det Brent was connected with the firm of A director of tbe Kentucky OU &. tails of the match were arranged by Hudson & Shipley, brokers, but not in a very important capacity. John Hudson Pipe Co., which is running a pipe line mall, the groom having never been in knew the young man's worth and had from Somerset to tho Wnyuo county Golden City before. In order to live thought seriously of promoting him, for he oil fields, says: "We have .'10 miles of with the lady of his choice the groom had noticed the ties that existed between piping screwed together, and a number recently resigned the position of posthnn and Xorah; but the young man's enlistment had spoiled all thaU of miles underground. The entire line master at I'caksville. He simply said to the would-bhero that will be 'M miles long, and we expect to if he wanted to go he could have his desk A wealthy tobacco merchant of .New bo In operation by April. Our capacity back "after the war," shook hands with him, York city has been directed by the suwill be 2,000 barrels a day, and transit and, entirely unconcerned, saw Hie regiment inarch away, while the whole city went wild price will be 20 cents u. barrel. One preme court to contribute to the supover itsdeparture: That was John Brent well in the Way no county ol) belt is port of his wife so that she may live oil moved him. flowing .'100 barrels a day, and a few in the style she. has been accustomed Just about that time Williams Otho Wilmore like this will give us a good, to. This decision is given notwithliams a man of maturer years than Brent, came U'xjn the field of action. He was a steady business. There is every Indi- standing the man obtained a divorce M1T IS ARWOLDI" thorough business man, shrewd and not enin North Dakota on the ground of crutirely scrupulous in his dealings when money have arranged everything. There will be a cation of a vast oil volume In that see elty and violent temper. It is the first was the object, but John Hudson did not bridal trip to the continent if William can tlon." decision of the kind in that state. particularly object to this. spare the time, and" Cincinnati, Florida and Havana Lim In Xorah's heart there was a sorrow when The broker cut his own sentence in two, The Pittsburgh Dispatch places the the boys went away. She had plighted her for there were strange noised on the ited is a new train tA hours Cincinnati d troth with Brent, and he told her laughingly porch. to Havana, Queen it Crescent Rou to annual cost of smoke in that city nt that Christmas would see him back, for the John Hudson, half way across the room $5,000,000, to say nothing of the diswar would end by that time, and they could to welcome hU guest, stood still like a per- and connecting rail and steamship lines. Finest trains in the South. comfort and injury to health. Pittsplan for a happy future. son suddenly rooted to the floor. Soon after the regiment marched came Through tickets on sale Cincinnati to burgh enjoyed a comparatively smoke"Shall I knock, lieutenant?" said a voice Santiago. just beyond tbe door. less era when natural gus was used, , Havana via this line. Thrown into thefiont in the charge upon "No; found the door now, thanks." and is looking around for other forms San Juan hill, the th was terribly deci"And it's a better charge than the one THATTUIIOHIIIN'J HEtJUCilK. of smokeless fuel. Xo wonder it is mated. The boys were in the open, the we made at San Juan." Would quickly learo you, If you uvA Vt, King' called the "smoky city." Mausers in the bushes. Some one laughed. New I.lfe lilts. Thousand of itillerera Iuto proved At first meager reports of the battle; John Hudson looked at bis child, over thelrraatchltMi merit lor filck nnd Nervous Headtones of the gallant charge of 'the .th, who8e face hsd come a singular look, and ache. They make pure blood and It is reported that a new cure for atrontf nerves but very little about the death roll, though caught her eye. snd hulld up your health. Easy to take. Try snake bites has been invented by a it was said to have been large. "It doesn't seem to bi Williams, after all," them. Only "i rents. Money back If not cured. Frenchman. If that man is found The city waited; hearts grew sick as days he haid, testily. "I can't have soldiers here Sold by.l'enny'i Vtug Store. projecting around in the state of Ken- For rolled by without much additional news. child, and, besides, you must not Norah Hudson was not the only one who Lejrriedjjylthtarjtoxies ol the vaj." Daniel Posoy, aged 85, a well-knotucky snake bites won't be a circum- , Ijailfd. .under Uigfir-uqAs former father, I unrraru county larmer, is ac&u. sjance to what he'll get. w re-po- Ghfistmas Eve in Dixie -- SUi YOUR- - Christmas Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Oranges, Uananaj, Cakes, Crackers, Q' Gtyarrjber Sets, Differ cis,: Tea Sets, Coal Vase5, Iiimpi, Ac, at Unck Ilottom Cash Prices only at HIG-G-IN- S & McKINNBY'S. NtVRASMKMfe iftnllWv JltVflH&K'T FwjIMlF HuBn Mfr lf !5i wrfidEvf Js&vi' mmrmrr Ring In tho new nz out Ul8 al39 KiD 2 1 U9 tnio " We bring to you the new and true from tht p'ncy forcsts of Noway " Rlnf5 oat tho old dr. bell's Pine-Tar-Honey ft i s uui-it'o- aee'you a democrat? iilrra lr nil. Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Posltlvo Cure for coughs, colds and nil Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs anJ Brondilul Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n rated ; the microbe-bearin- g mucus Is cut out ; tho cause of that Uwkiing is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed nnd soothed so Uut there Is no Inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGQISTS Bottle Only. rs I AM80YEAI IS OLD. am! never tn" any rrai-tlj- r ltrll llnf.1... iiul to uonrjr, u ivr quK-i- ; rvl frtmuwnt rllrf tn trip "ntilM rough runt Itmtk mk I aort strong. Sir. M. A. Metcalfe, 23c, 60o. and $1.00 Slzaa BE SURE YOU GET Or. Bill's Pini-Tar-Htn- ty Great Bargains -- IN- OVERCOATS & MACINTSHES For Next bO Days. Piiii&fu Ite-cent- ly IV. B. PEHKINS. 01 AT- Orchard, Ky. TW27 WM Christmas -- Novelties ! CRAIG & HOCKBRS' The latest design in Toilet Articles Atomizers, Mirrors. Must paev-ers-'b- Books by Standard Authors at 15c line of DOLl-- S ever nfiered for the money. lAifc. ed Santa Claus Is stopping with us for the present. Bring tho Children to ecu his lino of $ hrt fin Fire Works, Candy, &e. Every thing good to eat. Prices Low. e KMMlh ft i BEAZLEY & CARTER. Substantial Presents Are The Kind TO MAKE. over--nothin- g MARK HARDN'S Is The Plcae to Buy Them. ' After The Christmas Holidays The Session of Will be resumed on MONDAY, JAN , 2, 1809. Courses of Study, Terms of Admission, ifcc, send for Catalogue or call at the t snow-spotte- I'v Stanford Female College. College on t, wn MRS. NANNIE 8. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Stanfotd Ky. , ,- - - li!- - ," - ," f. If vit J I" -- fC-g.- ' f ? "Tr ftft ,yfV" T5jmfwr THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., R. .Miss Bessie Hichahds.o: Is with MUs Settle Wrny. Danville, Dinner sets from jlns & SO to $35 at Ulg-- j , McKinney's. - Dec. 23, 1898 0. Walton, Bubiniss Manaoeh. you prescription, but unites It Is properly silled, you can't reaeonnbly expect always nccunitciy good result. It prepared utiri of tho very boat matcrl tils at Penny's Drug Store. I Yot'it doctor gives tho right Miss Jennie Cakimjntkk, of Winchester, iu hero with friends. MltS. J. II. TuitNEU and little daughter, Mmnlo, of Josbiitnlnc, are guests of Mrs. J. W. Uryant. Mies. Salmi! Dkonouou undtdnugh-ter- , Miss Ho,ttlo, of Pleasant Hill, Mo., who havo boon visiting Mm. K. A. Daweon, left for their homo yesterday. LOCAL HAPPENINGS, Craig it Ilocker' 'Books and Xmas tots s of all kinds at Big Turkey. Mr. S. R. Cook showcheapest dolls in town. ed us a Sliver Naragansett goblcr yesterday, woighing 10 pounds, The Interior Journal will appear had sold to Mr. S. J. Embry. that ho Jt was a next Tuesday as usual and our corres- beauty us well as a buster. please make a note of it. pondents will .!. SOME of tho boys got Christmas In BUY your wife a loud of BIrd-Ey- o their bones Monday night and had n C'annnl coal for a Xmas prcsont. No regular Santiago battlo with Roman other coal gives the satisfaction. J. candles, cannon crackers, itc. As such Is forbidden there may yet bo tomo II. Baughman it Co. Call at Crnig t Hooker's for the "MY WIFE'S LIFE." How I was the means of saving it. I promptly cured." K. 'Morris, Memphis, Tenn. The question: "Is consumption curable f" isstill debated, nnd stilfdebatable. It is easy to say that this was not u case of consumption. Yet the physicians said it was. They should know. As a matter of fact, Or. Ayer's Cherry I'cctoral has wrought so mnpy similar cures that it seems to argue the curableness of consumption, in its earlier stages, by the use of this remedy. There is no better medicine for pulmonary troubles than Dr. Ayer's Cherry I'cctoral. It gives relief in cases of Asthma, and Ilroncmtls, where relief hat been heretofore unattainable. It promptly cures Coughs and Colds, La Grippe, and all affections of the throat nnd lungs. Heretofore, Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has been put up in full size bottles only, at $1.00 per bottle. To meet Ti world-wid- e demand for a smaller pack age, the remedy is now put up in hai isize bottles, at half price 50 cents. Write for Dr. Ayer's Curebook (free) ana learn more of the cures effected by Dr. Ayer's Cherr; reciorci. Aauress J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Moss. Tin: college will close today till Jan. 2d. if PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Mits. Da. (lulto nt?k. I- - J. G. CaM'KNTKH has been of M. FlenNeu, Wilmore, was hero Wednesday. Mits. Kl'OENi: Ohndoiikf, of Livingston, spent puvcral days with John Shanks. Mies. GEOltOE U, CoOPEIt spent days with relatives at Uuntonvlllo. M11H. Mauy I. UOKCll went to Louisville yesterday to spend tho holidays. JUST received a full stock Mooring, Mas. Sallib Phillips Milleh, of Is with Mrs. Annie Las-le- celling and finishing. A. C Sine. Hed Homo. NlCB lino of new dinner sets, cheap Mil. U. D. Duiout loft on tho early er than over, at Reazloy & Carter's. train Tuesday to visit his sweetheart at Tslcholnsvtllo. HANDSOME mirrors and toilet cases Hill Spaluinu went to Lebanon for Xtnas presents at Craig Sc Hooker's. "Wednesday to spend Christmas with La 110 EST stock of candy, fruits, &c, his parents. Cunningham and daugh-to- In town. Prices to suit all. Hlgglns M it. G.J. Mla Ada, of Caeoy, wero hero it McKlnney. Wednesday. GOOD old country, hnms. Nlco new of MIL OEOHCE T. McHOIIEItTS, dinner sets of 100 pieces for ?S at Ueaz-le?5d? Brodhend, spent several days with fc Carter's. friends here. Everything In holiday presents Hev. S. M. LOCJAN Is down from Mlddlesboro to spend Christmas with from the finest Medallion to a f cent doll, at Penny's Drug Store. his wife and baby. Mil. AND MltS J. R. STL'CKY, of Splendid cooking range and very Livingston, arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. handhomo baso burner stove for sale J. II. Cratchllcld. cheap. Inquire of JohnS. Hughc6. Mil Mounts J. Fakkis, of Danville, pcnl soveral days with his brother, Residence, near the college, on Mr. H. C. FnrrU. Main Street, just vacated byE. C. Wal MllB. ANNA D. VaNAIISDAMC. of ton, for rent. Apply at this olilce. Hnrrodsburg, Is with hor daughtor, We havo a nico line of candy, nuts, Mrs. II. J. Mcttoborts. pricos for the fruit, itc, ut MIL AND MltS. II. C. lUUOllMA.V Xmas trade. J. K. VanArndale it Sou. wero movlitg to their new homo near Hustonville yotordny, Beginning Jan. 1, lSUO. my terms CariiiekJok S. Chimes, of will bo strlctlv cash, which means I came up Tuesday to seo his will credit nobody. A. S. Price, Dentrelatives In this county . ist. sov-oral McKomtuTS spont several days with relatives in Madison. John J. Wo uro going to soil th goods THE serial story, which wo havo big values and low prices will do it.' been running at tho .expense of the Christmas turkeys at Warron county for some time, is concluded In Penny's Drug Store. Shanks'; this Issuo. The amount is close to 0 THE depot is undergoing some reWindow lights, putty, otc. at Craig and wo haven't got Into tho merits pairs, which will make it more conven- of road repairing yot. & Rocker's .. " ient to Agent J. S. Rica us well as imHOLIDAY prosonts cheap at HamilNew Store. Walter Carter and prove the uppearancu of tho interior of ton, the jewolor's. Milford Hall have opened a general it. merchandise store at Neodmoro. The Hox of Lowncy'd candy for your girl THE radio of the beautiful silk quilt former sold his stock to G. W. Goodat Hlgglns .t McKinney's. in ml c by Miss Mollie Morehon, co MUs rich the other day and had just beqn Belle telephoned us, was won by J. J. out of tho mercantile business three ROOMS for rent over II. J. McRobMyers, the young lady realizing 82S..'0 days when ho crts' store. Dr. W. N. Crnig. stock. $20,-00' Price Is no object on our holiday arrests. - rll Announcement. Mr. Peter Straub, THE express Is so heavy on this line Jr., of the enterprising firm of Carter it that an extra car has been put on be- Straub, and Miss Mayme Carter, the tween Lebanon and Louisville. The beautiful and highly deserving daughbaggago car had to bo pressed into ser- ter of Mr. J. II. Carter, will be married The Six Days Uctween vice hero Tuesday. at Fair View church, Dec. 20. at 10 A. by Rev. J. B. Crouch. All friends APJ.ER several days of warm rainy M., and tho public generally invited to atweather, Wednesday and yesterday were bright and balmy, but listen to tend. this forecast by the slgnnl service, TllB Fiscal court was In session yesiinido yesterday: "Rain this afternoon, terday to receive the accredited repreclearing much colder tonight, with sentatives of each pike and order the We will make our store a cold wavo Friday. Temperature will purchase money to be paid for each. fall 20 to :K) degrees." Mr. J.K. Baughman to receive tho the it The Havana Limited, on the Q. it money forStationCarpenter Stntion G. Morelan-pike, 91,000; A. C, Is ono of the finest trains in the country and goes so fast over tho splen- T. Smith for the Boylo it Lancaster, S0."0; J. F. Cash for tho Stanford it did road bed that it cuts a hole in the s W. air that can be seen for sometime after. nustonvlllc. $(1,000 nnd John Bradfords-vlll- e, for the Hustonville it 1 1 only stops twice from Cincinnati to For you. We propose to give you values to keep you awake. Sl,b7, were the only gentlemen Somerset. We were on it tho other Hon. Harvey Helm day and Its seven or eight cars were that appeared. was appointed to procure of each tho filled to overtlowlnL. necessary bond. The road machine DKAT1I Mrs. David Stephens, who recently described, was bought for was a daughter of tho late Arch An- 8200 and the court adjourned to Jnn. derson, died Wednesday evening near Tho money for tho bonds is to paid For this short time. Flannelettes that sold for 8Jc. Whittenden Preachorsvlllc. UoIdoei a husband, Jan. 2. Kj Suitings that sold for 15c. Percales that sold at 8 Thoy al go four little children survive her. Rev. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. JJ at 5c. Many others in proportion. V. T. B. White preached the funeral nt the home at noon yc'stcrdny, after John Sluder and MUs Mary Jones which tho remains were taken to Lan- wero married at F P. Jones' yester- day. caster and interred. MltS. J. M. McCAUTY and son. of TODAY and tomorrow ends tho holiChristFayette Gibson and Miss NannleCar Klngsville. were hero buying Bad Tbnants. "Going to leave noy will be married day sales, and If you want good goods Wednesday. at John Carney's mas trick W. B. McRob-crl- God's country?" was bald to Rev. Ira tomorrow. C. II. HOLMES left Wednes- at low pricos, come. PltOF. M. Boswell, who has done so much Thomas Allen, aged 2o, and Miss day night for lJlnnlngham, Ala., to work for thn Lord In Kentucky, as ho Ethel Davis, 1, eloped from Albany to attend to some .business. AN epidemic of grip dooms to bo went North on a Tuesday's train. "Yes, Mils. J. D. IIOLlEltMAN and daugh- sweeping tho country. In a day or 1 don't like His tenants,'" ho laughing- Tenncssco and wero married. and Miss William Shaw, aged ter, Lou May, of Lebanon, are guests two's travel wo never hoard o much ly responded as he handed us tho monLula Dyehome, sweet 10, were marPotter. of Mr. and Mrs. LA. coughing. ey for a year's subscription, "but I ried at W. M. Dyehouso's Wednesday. It, II. UltONAUGlI Is homo from the to hear from them all the same." n want Mrs. Louise Watkins, daughter of Old IIammi.il Mr. John B. races. Ho has his string atCrab OrchHe returns in a few days to his boyhas a hummer that he has been John H. 3rown, of Shclbyvllle, Ky., ard, where they will rest up u little. hood's homo at Meridian, Miss., to the was arrested at Chicago for shoplifting. Will Emhky is helping at W. R Using constantly in his blacksmith shop regret of everybody. She eloped with a roan who was unit bio Sam Embry, Jr., at for over 110 years. McRoberti' and Lincoln to support her. Piibmiums. The GpOD Penny's Drug Store during the busy Mil U. D. Bhiuht had sold his im county bond sale attracted a good MUs EJorcneo Wood, of Mt. Olivet, season. Rev. and Mhs. P. W. Allen and plement and grain business to W. A. crowd and there wero bidders from and Prof. C. E. Colyer, of Somerset, Carson, who will open up here on a children will go to Lexington toattend Chicago, Philadelphia and New York. were married Tuesday. The bride Is 1. a family reunion at Mr. Allen's nged largo scale, Jan. Judgo Bailey, who was auctioneer, tho accomplished and popular daughter father's. Bananas, Lemons, first offered tho $12,000 disposed of oy of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Wood and the Al'PLHS, Orangea, As the reason is well advanced for this department we have decided rather than Geo. H. Sauklky came home from Nuts, Candles and Fire works. Also the series and they were knocked down groom Is a leading teacher of Somerset. carry any of this stock over we will offer tho entire line A dlsputch from Bardstown says: "A Centre Collego Wednesday for tho an Immense ntock of China-warand to various parties at an aggregate of holidays. Klndrlek S. Alcorn Is also Lamps. Warren it Shanks. aci secret marriage has just been made premium. They were then, put up ns a public hero. Mr. John C. Pritchard at home. cording the advertisement, TUB Commercial Hotel, at McKln wholo and bought by J. 11. Sowdcr, and Miss Jennie Pnsh were married in Rev. J. E. Yengmncj, pastor of the Flnt United Rrelhren church of ney, owned by I. W. Green, was representing Brlgcs, Smith it Co., of Elizabethtown the 2d of last June, but Cincinnati, Is visiting his friend, Rev. knocked down to C. C. Smith at $1,K15. Cincinnati, for $i:i,CMW, or a premium for reasons known to themselves the per marriage was kept a secret until today, If you haven't bought your wfnter Hat here is your chance to make $1 answer for The furniture, Arc, sold well. J. II. Fagaloy. of 31,003, a pretty good one for when Mrs. Prltobard left to join her $2. We hfcve some cleg int pattern Hats and Bonnets, or you can select your stock Miss Coiidelia CrtAKT, of Holly cent. 5 to 20 year bonds. WlllLK working on tho Alford house, husband, who is a prominent coal deal- and have them made at the same cost prico. Misses' and Children's Hats go in this Springs, Miss., who has been visiting . CUTTINCL Smith, tho Negro er at East Bernstadt, In Laurel county. sale. Remember our for her the ladder Harvo Hansford.tho colored John her uunt, Mrs. R. P. Jacobs, left . was standing on, slipped and ho who was given two years in tho penihomo Wednesday. RELIGIOUS MATTERS tentiary at tho last term of the court The members of the V. A. M. So- fell, breaking his right wrist. for killing Mlmy Nolson, when shootciety, of Stanford Female College, will Holiday goods of every description, Rev. W. H. Piatt, of Petersburg, Three dollar goods now out on the Bargain Counter to closo at f 1 a pair. lve u.masquorodo party at the home caudy in great variety, fruits of almost ing at Bill Lewis, but who was given a Va., - noted Episcopalian minister, is Tuesday every kind, toys In endless variety and now trial by Judge Saulloy, cut Tom dead of Mayor John N. Mencfec, Wednesday night, evening, 27th. oysters, celery, itc, In abundance. Kennedy In tho neck There are 51,247 Universalis in the has gono John H. Meier. barely missing the jugular, and indict- U. S., an increase of 2,512 during the Miss Caiilik Holtzclaw ing quite a severe wound, besides cut- year. to Marcnzo, Ind. After spending a few TUB little Mlsslonaiy Society of the ting his clothing in several places. days with relatives thoro and at St. The Rev. Dr. Thomas McKco Brown, Louis, she will go to her future home Presbyterian church, will havo an The trouble occurred In Roberts .t a rector of the Protestant Episcopal open session Sunday afternoon at II Carr's barroom and over a very trivial in Joplln, Mo. church in Now York, is dead. CllAia, of the Male o'clock, and will be glad to seo every- matter, according to Kennedy. MarPllOK. W. J. John Johnson camo up from Mcrco My business requiring my ubseneo from Academy, left Tuesday night for Ashe-vill- body, particularly those Interested in shal Newland was summoned and ar- Tuesday and took Miss Belle Spoona- to deal, I rested Smith, whoso examining trial is moore, of tho Hubble section, to be his home a preatmy mrpliyImvo determined tho N. C, to attend tho burial of his mission work. stock, &c, on eloo out all who was a physician set for this morning. Smith seems to wedded wife till death do part. brother-in-lafarm and will sell to tlm highest bidder on 18 at onk shot. Walter Owsley bo a quarrelsome character and it is at that placo. Danville has At the rate of Tho Baptist church at Scott, son of David Scott, of tho Gile Shorthorn Milk Cows, 12 Messrs. D. S. Caupenteh, W. S. berts Creek section, broke the record but a question of time when ho will land called Rev. John A. Wray, of Milledge-vlll- 7 Calves, male and female, let of thorDryo and John Foley, of Hustonville, tho other day by killing IS quail at ono In tho penitentiary, if this case doesn't Ga., to succeed Rev. J. W. oughbred Sow and Ollts (Duroc Jerseys), a put him there. joined tho local fox hunters hero in tine Jennet and Jack Colt, I) rood Mares, Lynch, resigned. shot. There wero 20 In tho covey nil Mulo Colts. JiC. Also u large quantity shock chase Tuesday night, but huddled up and only nlnohour Jumped an Editor. In tho last The Baptists of Point Pleasant, N. fodder, corn In crib, &c. tnle at residence tweyjseaped. Who .m. cuught no foxes. Terms Cash. can beat this? issue of the Paris Reporter, Editor J. J., evicted their pastor, Rev. H. B. commencing at 10 A. 4 4t U. II. imOXAUOH, Crab Orchard. Mil. W. P. Maiitin, wife and son. of Maurer, and ho got a S1IJ0 damage verL. Bosley, a natlvo of this county, Niagara Falls, N. Y., are guests of her Tub trustees of tho Houses of Re- printed an Item relating how Engineer dict against his former charge. paronts, Squiro and Mrs. James H. form met ut Lexington Tuesday and de- Hennessey of a certain distillery thcro, Congregational ministers of St. NATIONAL BANK A MONTH. Raines. Mr. Martin is with tho Ni- cided to abandon tho temporary bar- had thrown both bowl and towel out'of Louis, convinced that tho fear of highagara Falls Power Co. racks scheme, owing to the heavy cost, tho window, after tho Negro Deputy way robbery Is responsible for empty STANFORD, KY. OF J. P. Cooic, of tho commission firm nnd advertise for bids at onco for a Collector Gaines, who wont through pews, will act with thoi police to supTf)E BEST AND CHEAPEST of J, P. Cook & Co., Lexln gton, has brick building, two stories high, for tho establishment on business, had used press footpads. Surplus, S15.760 Capital Stoek $100,000. for a handeomw calendar permanent uso for manual training to our thanks Rev. Lyman Abbott says ho was DAILY PAPER IN THE WORL them to wash and wlpo his hands, reAttention itj public li called to the fact thai advertising that business and the Union be 40.X-feet and a power houso fiOxOO. marking as ho did so, "This Is no d n teaching a Sunday School class once thl. is the olTelNational Bank iu bun w. un. EVERY DAY IN Bids for tho construction of theso buildStock yards of that city. "nl whon ho asked a littlo boy, "What Is a pltal stock, 6peaks very ings uro to closo at noon Jan. 17th and Negro house." For this tho paper al . . V... ' I.. l.n cnmmnn.l THE Jessamine Journal ...! .h.tdVno.llorl (OT an amount ,v 1I ..u "uu.iwu. ?W'"?.::X;C VinUom HullllltT ofthlslnstltu. .a, liu leged that tho proprietors, who nro llo?" EXCEPT SUNDAY, complimentary of tho elocutionary en- plans and specifications may be seen at Ohio mon, discharged nennessoy, but 'is an uboml nation to tho Lord an' a f?. t".L.,.-.i- i. afumi o2co.oo ). Five iworn Utemenu ol the condition At the rate of tertainment given thoro tho other tho trustees' ottlco, No. 11, Cheapsido it turned out that tho dlschargo had very present help In tlmo of trouble." each year to tne uniicu bi ol the llank are wade by Mlsa Nannetto Heath, sister of Lexington. at stated tmn by joTernmenl examined iLeU night for 3 Months. Sl.OO been written prior to tho Incident. SunTho Q. it C. will soil excursion tick- Jgents.thus securios additional and perlcct aalct; Mrs. A. H. Severance, of this placo. . . for 6 Months. $1.50 Hennessey, who Bosloy day afternoon, reIhe Wjibn for 1 Year. $2.00 The swollsst event this season in fuse to go to tho polls themselves for states Is 0 feet 2 and weighs 230 pounds, ets on account of tho holidays, 2Dec. 22 "ffinsmutlon originally established as ls58, then reorganized a Stanford and voto 18C3 undagalo at li posltllank of llank of in debut party of Miss 20, 30 and 31 and Jan. 1 and to Stanford lo Louisville was the th National did ono at Monticollo, at attacked him on his way to church, and fares, limited to Jan. 4. First National Hank Of Stanford Annlo Haldeman at tho residence of whisky, as practically an uninterrupted exist. InlSS2,has years! (Bosloy) called For sample copies, leave us Mr. and Mrs. W.N. tho recent election, littlo room for In tho conversation he It is better supplied noirwtl 85 On the cover of a pralrlo wagon which bor promptly and your name or write the of W. doubt is loft about tho ultimata victory Iiim a liar. Thereupon Hennessey nail- passed through Manhattan, Kos., the "acuities for transacting business and houorablt Haldeman. Sho is a daughter than TerbIore1n Its long for tho drys in all smaller towns. Fred ed him undor tho car and gavo him other day was painted this notice: "Not career. Accounts of indlxiduals, fiduciaries, Aral B. Haldeman. and IndlTlduala solicited. name of tho Monticollo several other licks, Bosley only being Willis Is DIRECTORS. Mil W. H. Murphy and son, Joe, saloonlst, tho got enough of tho busi- able to ward off the blows, as ho was at a bound for Missouri. Not busted. Not who J. W. Hayden.SUnford going to wife's folks. Just doing tfiis F. Held, tlneoln Co.; loft Tuesday for Sherman, Texas, Louisville, Ky. H.l aughman, disadvantage In everyway, until friends S.T. Harris, thoy wlllrcsldo. We cheerfully ness in less than eight months. When whore Tv.TrVbbl.. seriously to beat tho railroads." why bo did not vote he said: "I arrived. Mr. Bosloy was not commend them to tho good people of asked at Glasgow say they J il bolllr,Crab Orch'd M. J. Miller. MLVereon. CU on Jos. Willlminn, Jumbo, Ky Squiro J. S. would havo voted against saloons if I hurt and whon wo saw hlra Tuesday btanford. tho "Lone Star Stats." will not be able to operate their plants M . O.Elmore, unDealer In General Mercbandlso and Family omesas. homo with his bad voted at all, which would havo seomed to take the matter as a not Murphy will make his of the scarcity of tines, and get a copy of Or. J. II. Mcltti, 'a at- usual incident la the life of an editor this winter because J S. Boeker, President; J. J. NcBoberU, CmbU Almanac with btorm Calendar and Weather daughter, Mrs. S. E.Rice, near Hedge-vill- placed mo in a moet inconsistent A. A. McaUnwy,AUUtttCBier. hogs. large casts for 1814. The beet almanac published. i who publishes the news. y. for her work. ' m - .. - When the lnngo are nltackcd ntul the symptoms of consumption a lip car, then begins the struggle between affection and which slays if 4 that destroying dlieaoe is a happy issue thousands annually. It to the struggle when disease is conquered health restored. Such an issue docs and not always end the struggle, but it did in ilir case of Mr. K. Morris. Memphis. Tcnti.. who saw his wife wasting and wcakeuiug nnd physicians Helpless, ami men UKcested the simple remedy that wrofight the cure. IJe tells the story thus ; "Seven years apo, my wife had a severe attack, of lung trouble which the phyThe sicians pronounced consumption. cough ws extremely distressing, especially nt night, and was frequently attended with the spitting of blood.. The doctors being unable to help her, I In duced her to try Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and was surprised at the great relief it gave. Ueforc using one whole Dottle sne was cured, so that now she is strong and quite healthy. That this medicine saved mv lvlf' 1lf T iav tint till lpjllt doubt. Pectoral I nlwnys keen I)r. Ayer's Cherrymy jnrui.y in the house, whenever any of have a cqld or cough we use It. and are' i 1 "xmi r, Christmas Day and Jan. 1, m . m m y J Hoa-kin- i Place of Interest ! See Our 5e Offering c. I wk-botto- m Ellxu-bcthlow- n, SEVERANCE & SONS. s. m$mmmmMm!mm8z!mmt OUR 2-- Mer-sho- ililliwy : Stoek ! m Goes Now At COST. e Sl-lf- m m At Actual Gost 1 miis-on- Special Offer In Ladies' Shoes. JOHN P. JONES. A PUBLIC SALE. Daily e, Paper Saturday, Jan. 7th. I899, high-gradhlch-gra- e, 11 16k: THE-WEEK FIRST ( I 00 A I.-- ) I P",, 7 "'"""" saloou-kecpe- rs I, ..... .. grand-parent- s, Evening Post, A A 'j 'r a Pork-packe- rs VVaftn.' e. titude." I distribution. 7 sx' MM.. Jj fefcMtAf h4ti jrA3siga &Vs v -' . -i.-x ? xjllM A. Sv t' 1 if ! 1 f . ' erf hi 4 f I Compartmeat Coachej and Dining Cars. Be sure your tickets lea'l ia DIG FOUR. E O. McCORMIOK, D. B. MARTIN, Pass. Traflic Mgr, Gen. Pass. &Tkt. Ant, OINOINNATr, O. Ee-ega- Hanging Fork it Green River T. P. Ii. 250.00, Danville it Ilustonvillc Turnpike Qo. 1,000.00, All points in Michigan, Stanford it Knob Lick T. T. Pond 3,172.50, White City Special. , Wm. "Wade, 3 loath rock 1.50, Best Terminal Station, II. II. Wndc, Jmuling &e 13.00, A. B IcKinney, lfi loads rock 5 33, K. L. Tanner. 11 do 3.G0. Avoiding the Tunnel. Fannie Alford, 100 1'ds gravel 5.00, S. Mobley, 2 hauling 4.00, C C. Smith, 2i do f.00, Wagner Sleeplag Ca-- s Woodson Cloyd, rock it work 7.75, TTOBrK. Fred Gooch, 3k hauling 7.00, iiuffol Parlor Cars. Wagner Sloping Gnbe Hughe3 7 days' work 5.25, Cars Private Cais, Best line to aud from "Big Four Route," CHICAGO. Cash it McCIuro, nulse. 55c, J. B. Paxton, Co. ntty. fco 150.00, This is eald to bo thu new form of prip just broken out In Philadelphia. M. S. Peyton, fee bill rejected, "V. A. Carson, nidse. 80. G5, s Hank ,V Tho tli8caeo always comes on with a nt Tlio PurmcM uio stntorust Co., it cd M. G. Reynolds, feo bill, 6.25, J. II. Collier, mdsc. 3.00, suinioru, in of Kentucky, suddan fovor, tho cheeks become Hush- clutlnir up Us iilTnlfM. All crtMlltor of unld Dick Rifle, houc for election 2.00, X'n'taliali.od.iru.oBiixya and 3Txid.o.VB Same, mdsc 288.92, (Continued from 3rd page.) ed, tho oyes become swollen and watery Hank thorcforo nro licrcliy notlllcd to pre .at IlHtik for my . Same, do rejected, Craig it Hoeker, nidse. 12.G0, W. P. McKinnoy, hauling rock, and tucra is a continual discharge' from sotit tliclrclnliiiinpnlnsthikld rnent. $2 IMS It YffiAU IX ADVANCK Geo. Nnylor, 1 hauling 7 work 7.25, W. J. Edmiston, radac. 25.00, Joo A. Shannon, fee bill rejected. J. ILOWSIXY. Cuthlbt the nostrils. The throat also becomes Stanford water, light it ico Co nuke. raw and soro. Thcso symptoms nro M. D. Elmore, mdsc. ? 94.25, Same, 2i hauling 5.00, When not sopuiai2.GO will o charged Tho l.lnroln County Nntloiinl Hank, of Mr surrcftlt'd tho Htirtncrs for benefit of hydrant., passed, followed by a siKisinoHo'eousrh. Tho Htnnfurd. Ky., lm of Suinforil, Ky.. T D. Xewlnnd, assignee, wk on pike Edmiston Bros, nulse. 17.00, Untik Co.. strancest tiling about thu dlsuneu is Inn A. Trut till Its llubllltlos, iiHkot and E. Schanzenbach, ordvr, 4 62, J. C. Florence, nidse. 315.75, nni 125, that it is not accompanied by the de- tmtiro businw. James Frye, nulse. 191.00, Johu T. Siitton, collin 17.50, ?. II. iirANK9. 1'roslilunt Same, assignee 7.00, pressed icolinp that foruicrfy accomJ. II. OW.SI.KY. Onhlor. J. A. Singleton, holding inquest 0.00 panied the grip. On tho contrary, tho L. G. Gooch it Son, nuUc. 129.50, TIME 6I1D John Oaks, fijj days' work 1.35, patients enjoy a rumarkablu buoyancy Higgins it MoKinuey, nlse. 143.12, Tlios Smith, taking care Cora Gib-o- n II. Pleasant, 2 hauling 4.00, KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. of spirits. Mnrk Hanlin, nidse. 10.75, 10.00, Thco. Powell, 2 " 5.00, Tsanc Hamilton, nidc. 12 85, Louisvlllo. Ky., John V. Stringor, coding, 9.00, "Do you know what Is this difference Win. Porter, 1 " 2.00, No. fi Arrrlrwat Stanford at 1:03 a. m. No. 4 Lrares Sunfortl at - 2: 10 A. M. between mo and Dill McICltiloy?" askC. 31. Thompson, phyfcicinn, 16 00, Ilunn it Coffey, mdse. 10.00, Jas. Powell, S do 10.00, No. 21 ArrUrs at ltowUnd at 12:00 DAY. AMERICAN & EUROPEAN 2:50 r. t. No 2! Loaves Stanford at ed tho harkcepor. John P. Jones, mdsc. 1.55, W. A. Tribble, special ntty. 5.00, J. C. Pepplce, 3 do 0.00, 'Mo?" answered tho early tramp. 'I B. II. Vnnarxlalc summons C. O relien Pellnian, repairing bridge 1.75, Same, mdse. 2.05, KN0XVILLE DIVISION. plvo It up." The Lndicn KcstHtirAiit is the linen in King it Prcwitt, mdsc. 2 1.00, jected, J. A. Potter, " culvert 50, "it's like this, rue? Dill, ho Is tho uie city, r.very convenience ur iiuiir 37 p m ........ J2 No. 24 Train going North Same, mdse, 26.00, J H. Vanhook, use of house itc. 7.00 head of tho expansionists an' I'm a ex spending the day in the city. 41 a .......... " ' No. 26 " 1 U k ni John Pittnian, 3 work 2.G2, Genilutun's Cafe on ollico Hoar, m 12 outh " No. 25 " Same, 24.00, W. P. Walton, printing, itc. 158 80, pansionist of the head." 21 p ni Bob Proxtell, u"do 1.12, . No. 23 " Ami the train p laughed so warmly Same, THOMAS A. MULLIGAN, FosalllPoinu. 20.00, G. A. Walter, coffin 5.00, Tine Payne, dUo 7.12, that tho barkeeper thawed. KO'JQII TICKETS SOLD. Manager. Same, 27.00, W. W. Withers, coflin, itc. 33.50, Cicero Reynolds, hauling itc, 13.G2, HAGGAGE CHECKED TUIIOUGH. Mtuic TuejJ.iv, TtiuMihy and Sunday A w,l. I r. i lCdward llendrickson. of Lewis coun 27.00, Dr. Hugh Reid, use of scoopcr 1.25, Same, wi.w .tiuitiuiiuy, Keeping cuexoy J.eo For uy Information enquire ol Kreulii". ty, was married to Miss Hertha Irwin Same, 27.00, Gharlcs Rice, 144, ft lumber 1.44, 4S.00, JOE S. RICE, Agent, at Vancoburg, while tho girl's father Stanford, Kj. Same, 27.00, G. A. Traylor, physician, 14.00, Porter Robinson, 4 hauling 8.00, stood by with a shot gun. Tho old man Same, 27.00, FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. Same, John Rice, 0 work 4.b0, rejected, hud hud Hendrlckson arrested on a paSame, 24.00, Jas. Pcpples, keeping Wm. Pepplcs, ternity warruut sworn out by hist daughat 6:30 a. m. and 3 r. M., Porter Robinson, JU hauling 7.00, Trains leave Frankfort onnectlng at Georgetown with Q. A C. and reachter and going up to him with gun In Same, 27.00, 30.00, ing Paris at 8:40 a. m. and 8:10 p. t. Itre I"aris Finley Russell, 2i hauling 5.00, one bund and the price of a licence in p. M., connecting at Georgeat 9:20 a. m. and 5:30 Same, W. D. Caldwell, house for election, 22.00, 1A days' work 1.13, town with Q. A C. and reaching Frankfort at 11:55 J. F. Rignoy, tho other, "Take your choice." a. m. and 7:20 p i. David Levin, mdsc. 26.00, 2 00, " 3 hauling 6.00, Wm. JOSEPH R. NEWTON, A. O. V. A. Hendrlckson said: "Let's have tho E. B. Caldwell, Jr. ree'd boo'ks 2.00, ileenso." Rich'd Robinson, hauling & wk 15.3 W. L. McCarty, mdse. 2G4.36, QUEEN & CRESCENT. W. B. McRoberts, mdsc. 29.11, Dr. J. C. Barker, physician 25.00, J. T. Reynolds, 3i work 2.02, OF IIROOKLYN. Tho Fulton Leador, in Its tight for Same, nulse. 16.00, Trains paw Junction City as follows: Town of Hustonville, house for elecC. C. Smith, 2i hauling 5.00, prohibition, says: "Tho urtleles of Ho. 1 South .....12 02 p m No. 2 North....4 11pm 3 41am Tinsley Spoonamore, tion ,1.00, repairing cul- - G. L. Penny, mdsc. 77,07, 1149 am " 4 " No. 8 " pcaeo have been signed by tho peace : 184pm 1118am " 6 ' No. 5 " W. E. Perkins, mdse. 209.55, Mat Huston, house for election 2.00J commissioners in settling tho war with vert 50c, . 8Wpm "10 " ......6 00am No. 9 ' No. does not stop. No. 2 stops only for pis.en-pe- n B C. Saudidgc, 4A haul 3 work Co., J S. Owsley, com'lth ntty. 125.00, Spain, but wo have accepted no peace 11.33 J. Reynolds it Son. mdse. 32.00, from South of Somerset. 9 and 10 run no S and 6 only to Somthan Junction City and IS. "W. Sampson, breaking rock 1.50, W. H. Shanks, md.,e. 49.21, G. Livingston, preaching at ioor- - terms with tho suloons of this city. The J. KOUNOIEO IHOO. erset. black Hag Is up and wo ask no quarter Tanner Bros. mdsc. 223.95. W. P. Stephenson, 1 hauling 2.00, house, 15.00, and will show none." A. G. T. Smith, 10 haul IP wk 30.00 D. W. Vandcvcer, nidse. 1.00, tiu: i:.i), , In Manila most of the houses have Lee Stone, hauling gravel over farm J. K. Vanursdalc, mdse. 30.55, STAN roill), KY MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. tiny window panes, made of translucent WAR ECHOES, Ware it Singleton, nulse. 54.50, 2.00, oyster shells insteud of glass. An : Profanity is forbidden by both tho G. A. Swinebrod, 30 loads gravel 3.12 F. M. Ware, mdse 50.01, window, six feet high by four army and tho navy regulations of tho feet wide, contains 200 shells, which Newly furnished; clean beds; splcndsd Same, 4 hauling 8.00, Warren it Shanks, mdsc. 93.42,' Wo Porters United States. tablo. Everything temper tho heat and light of thu sun warn hnvo po4toI our land mid lifrchr F. L. Wnllin, mdsc, 29.15, Sam Spoouaniore, 5 hauling 10.00, 89 all Kroti frotn tri.tmlii(; on thoin meet all trains. A lid Missouri soldier was sentenced and prevent blindness. for any iuriH whatever, under pcntiUr of Stanford, Knob Lick T. P. C, grave' J. E. Wright, mdsc. 9.00, at Lexington to servo four years In tho Inw pro Ided In uch cm. G. A. Wnltcr, mdse. 79.60, Willie Say, pa, what's an impres i1. II. IIAfdllMAN, T. I). XKWI.A.NI). itc, rejected prison for stealing a snddle. JC-JtfcClAJ. W. IIAI'OIIMA.V. A Jl. Y Chas. Wheeler, mdse. 72.00 Geo. Sudduth, 4 days' work 3.00 The Board of Safety, of Louisvlllo, sionist? K K. l'ATTKKJO.N, M 2. IIAtJOU.MAN. Is un S. II SIIAMCS Pa An impressionist, Willie, has restored to their old places all elty MKS. V. O unify. J. S. Young, nulse. 252,95, Albert Scott, Oh work 4.12, J K. IIKUOI emplpyes who went Into the war with urtlst who gives one thu bupropion J K IA'.N.V D. W. Vandcvcer, mdse. 28.62, Wulter Scott, 7do 5.25, V M. WAUR. that he sells more pictures than he can J. H. MoKINNHY. the Legion. A.M I'KCA.M). J. S. OWdliKY, ML Dr. Ed Alcorn, physician, 2.50, Ed Scott, 2 do 1.50, paint. Col. ColOtl in4 VVrlttnn llta J. Z. Spoonamore, 1A- hauling 3.00, 3Iis3AnnieAlcorn, stenographer 20.00 that the 4th Kontucky will bo tho last m t !V4 i lift i virn . I Ift llllrlll It VHtt regiment from this State to be muster E. J. Brown, physician, 2.50, Sam Spoonamore, 3 hauling 6.00, tt nil .,ik...... I.t.ll t1"! ,h1. 1,1. col,, CoU'nK Ii mU Mr. IL I'. OllrU, ol ILrtrim.. S,..l, T iHit. ed out and that his command will eeo :. 1...1 .... Dr. Steele Bailey, " 10.00, Hoyden Shanks, 156 ft lumber 2 74, winters at AUeti,. C. Weak Hiitn ii prtviiiit MiiHt to tho un(l.)rlKiicd douimlt foreign service. Mjrcre ului in the. UmIs of hi head. (It uiltitf iviurjW(!tll, Till October 17. l.'Uv B. C. Sandidge, 2i work 2.50, J. R. Brooks, trial rejected, The evacuation of Havana has begun Kleitrlo lllltem, Amefiea'iKrvatnlllkxxliiid NVrre JA?. I'. 1IAII.KY. (1KO. II. COOl'KK, Kenley Tribble, 3 haul 3 work 8.25, Bradlev ifc Gilbert Co., record book and will be completed Ia xion left him. lie nyt till jriid 1. Tho Itiunly, all Jan. I1AUVKYIIKI.M. nifdlcluo Ii what hit country nvl. All A merle 30 85, Andrew Tucker, 5h work 4.12, terrible sanitary condition of tho city knows that It euro Prer ami kldmijr trouMe, ur Commlitw. Beazley Bros, livery, 10.00, is shown in the otllcial roport that In juiwthe'il(x.t,ionupthe 9umc!i, trvniheu W. T. Tucker, 12 haul 14 wk 38 00, wy iwuriw, vipra,,d,,wiir,,inio F. F, Bobbitt, rejected, ill months there have been m John C. Tucker, 5 haul 10.00, muscle, iir no iul oixin of lh body. ( wmK, tln-- l deaths IK. H. Traylor, 5 haul 1 work 11.75 F. P. Bishop, assignee, making coiiins you And Dealer in L l.vcry ituranti' The War ucpanineni has ordered Jlurollliwrvuli. lirl by Vtuti) ' little Store I N)ld Drui; only 50 00 Win. Tap), 1 hauling 2.00, om a T'ittsburg tlrm to & HAENESS, SADDLERY, &C. Cash M. S. & J.' W. Baughnmn, livery, it McClure, 3i work 2.62, sent to Cuba, Porto Rio and elso , SURGEON, n STANFORD, KY. C. Vanoy; 3 hauling G.OO, "'hero for tho remains of American Mcutiiaj;. Geo. B. Cooper, assignee, correspond-- ( soldiers which ure to be disinterred Robt. Yanoy, 8 work 6 00, Odlco ofcrtlllgglnii-Aj and brought home. iug attorney, 2.50, McICIiinv'i ."torp. A tnuotlnguf tho stockholder of tho Patterson Underwood, repVg culvert inoAavy Department has not yut Hank of lluitonvlllo will In) hold nt J. II. Cash, house for election, 2.00, 1.00, their bunking Iioumj In Ihntouvlllo the SnU leclded ,l w! dofwUh lhu keeper, Tuondny lit Juuuaiy, HW, bvtwocn 0 and 1 J.T. Chadwick, Johu Vnrnon, 3h work 2.G2, lurcd ordnance. of thu guns aro .. u., for tho tinrpoM) of ulcctlng iiluu Ulrvc- - ... o- , I modern D. W. Vandeveer, toll on gravel 5.00 and the ammunition is like- - lOrM to survo tlio tui.suuiL' jotir. Jas. F. Cummins, fee bill, J4.G0, J. V. llOUKKIt, Cnhlor. wIb0 of Htl,c valU0f oxcfipt lhat Uuatonvillo, - . - Kentucky vi . O. Watts, repairing culverts 3.50 whch u. . uiuweu, niaKiug comu, o.uu, win lit the guns of two of tho cruisers Buford Wreu, 10 hauling 20.00, Offcri hlairrrlm to tlii rurl olWnt (purchased abroad, tho New Orleans W. II. Curtis, cutting tree, 1.00, )) iBBsa l.ttUEaimhi!gam Itmssc (G auj Otwy TOUDtli fuil Hoik tikudiliitiiJl.licolnt Cuk-ttWash irithers, col. H hauling 3.00, IXoinc and lho Albany. The guns of these titration hind. A. K. Caldwell, phyeician, 17.50, I). a. CinwutT. Mtoazvi. "work 1.50, J Wider, 2 days' I will sell prlvatolv my homo on D.mvlllo W. .... vr..Vj , nnttin .,.. CAnV, R 0C cruUera have proved of so valuable a t rllai ll' till lu fMirn t t titwt fStnliilna .. A ........, T.m w.-- .. - typo Ben Wilmot, 1 hauling 2.00, that now guns of tho navy will ho i ncre. Ii wull Improved nud ono of tho G.OO, Oreenborrjr nlccnt places nbout town. llko them In many respects. Sobt. & Jim Woods, 0 hauling 12 00, T. J. Cultou, nttys. fee u Ilrlght, rftaufortl, K'v. W. A. Carson, assignee, extracting ' Wo ir In tho trndo with I'nlU Ilmucli ami John Walter, 4 days' work 8.00, other rikmI CohN. Also liny, Corn, Ojt. teeth, 1.50, Ross Wade, U haul 3.00, hlMturf. Hour, Ac. Wo u!m Imildlo Ilrlck nnu sand. Ucinotiitxtr we take Turin Same, coffins, 10.00, ti GREENBACKS Perry White, 3 haul 3 work 7.87, In excliang. l'rompt tlcllvory und Geo. B. Cooper, fee bill, 282.50, attontlun to Hit order, unice nntl scalw Of No. 311 fourth Ave-.J. E. Wright, assignee 2A work 1.G3 Money. tioar U fc N. 'iVlejrlione No. 44. Dr. L B. Cook, physician, 5.25, I'KUItIN .t PEVdP. Same, 2,070 ft lumber 44 1'ds gravel - 1'. S. He nUo carry S.MTlnj; Machlnoi, Same, physician, 10.00, At close of our Civil War in iSr.c Will bo at the 23.77, Frank J. Keed, Gen. Pass. Agt., rartt and Attaelimtuta and do all klndi of " 1 75, Same, oo there appeared in the London Timf! St AonrOi TTntol Rtonfny E. 11. Bacon, Dis. Pass. Agt. Same, Turnpike 1.00, Tnou. repairing. ' ' & Gen. Nfgr W. U. McDoel, the following : " 5.00, Same, i day' Jftn' 3' Charles U. Rockwell Traffic Mcr W. C. Austin, 1 hauling 2 00, " If .that mischievous financial pol. Same, J. IK. Hutchison, nmt. work of self Same, " 1.75, icy which had its origin in the North KoturniiiK one dajr in each month. " 14.00, OR TRADE. & other hands, 32.02, g. "1?1,,ate E7 E:amln:d and 01a::cs C:lontIfi:ally rivii w,r j . T " 0.50, Same, . THE INTERIOR JOURNAL TurnpiKe Claims. NOTICE. lo-r- Ire nralM IgMf utHii-ue- il LOUISVILLE HOTEL 1 "ris , FIRE IjWHGE FHBNIX Insurance Company Insurance oi Scotland. Caledonian 1 fun-t- Mason Hotel Kentucky. first-clas- s. R. B. MAHONY, Agt I.ancaster, av-eru- ge POSTED. 4 rr I NOTICE. ..,.' '' UNDERTAKER! iso-tin- DR. R. M. PH6LPS, Kentucky. 'J.000'" homeopathio:phybioian : Stockholders' Slauiortl, TAKE THE Na-tlon- ul poor-hous- o ca' 1 J. T. SUTTOKT, oiMLim Undortukor, Nice For Sale. r,av 'The Popular Route to 'H NOTICE. CHICAGO. Vice-Pre- s. DR. R. GOLDSTEIN, , I'ro-dtio- or Government t. Louisville, Kentucky, 18" J FARM FOR SALE Toledo and Detroit. ST. LOUIS BOSTON. II Crcer MaotemU, 31.S0 Mrs. M. J. Hunt, nursing nnd J- come indurated down to a fixture, l,ieu t,,at. government will furnish its S5ngrn!r(!!!l?,ut,c?rt- - h wiu have a11 necessary to carry on its trade and commerce. It will become prosperous bevond nrprwlrnt 10.00, John A. DcBorde, guarding jail 4.50, in the history of civilized nations of T,,e bra'n and wealth of i th.e wor,d.- Oilicies of Election, 100.90, nil rnnnfrmi. ...Ill I " 1G.00, Same, T. C. Dodd, summons to C. O. rcjVd Geo. W. DcBorde, jailer Ice 1,045.70 b. K. Duddernr, burying col. woman ; "" .vuiiuyt MIUUIU UC- - I Adjusted. (62) H. C. RUPLEY, Tho N.leiMid fcrni of:Ml cr In Soutlieatt Kama,, fMin iho Miurl line. v lwalI. tlilokly tIal. Will wll for farm In Central ( an xy HO jj.WO illrtrrente In a trxilu. (.t.) AiIiIivm Hox H, .Slantml, Ky gHlf4riiilii)tonntry, 1 20 mil Ken-luck- Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky., sRfei wait- - NEW nt Clem Wheat, 38 loads 1.5)0, Vintcr Goods. T"!S GLOBE." .,. f;!n.10"!i IIapard circular, to Goods Warranted. Cnrlov '"0 00 I"iisb in iNew yorlc.andthcBuell J. II. Hughes, burying mule rejected Bank circular to United States Bank-Fit Guaranteed. T. Jones, repairing jail, itc. 0.00, crs, both emanating from London, and Give Him a Call. King & Prcwitt, making coffin 5.00, $e k""lous corruption fund raised in nSIa"d anJ Germany, estimated at W. T.n.wl.mf. l.nlcliii.r innueat Ifi.OO. I J. ( ing on Cora Gibson, 10.00, Joseph Price Hospital, boarding Mc- - OR IT WII L DE- STROY EVERY MONARCHY ON TTOOVraMEOT DESTROYED xt.i. ns:.. MUSTM Is Receiving lils Pall And 2&Hi v- - yi. mm Ty..tSCS' . 8SKSSB A m Bill AlcKinney, 1 hauling 2.00. Geo. M. McKinncy 1 do 2.00, Allen Rogers, 5i lmuliug 11.00, jmTra Anyone aendlng a Bkctch and deicrlptlon mar qntcxlir ojoortaln our opinion freo whether en invention i riroDaoijr puieniaoie. Loromunira. tlonittrictlrconSilentliil. UandbMikon 1'atcuu ent free. Oldost airencr for iocurtiiKIatentn. Iatcr'i tiken throush Munn A Co. receive tftei&l notice, without charge. In tho EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS Edgar Reynolds, 97.12," W. Bright, 3t!.88, Charles Trub, G.15, Robt. L. Bruce, 24.90, Henry Pleasants, 2.00, Buck Hiatt, 3.37, John II Bright, 4.10, Robt. Bosley, i4.05, J. Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. Hlercliant Claims. yin. t J T Ahandiomclr tlluttrated weeklr. Jjinrcst clr Dlallou t f anr acluntiHc loarnaL Terni. t.l 1 four moiithi, f L Sold by all neirajtalcr. Scientific flitiericatn ocb Offl-i- Haw Tort "HHSGo."-SU,W.itU)jtoa,D.r. i. BBS : 1' ' ITa 5 Chris Ador, mdse 59.60, t .1.... " nn nv ' V 1 , O.Od, The "wall; into my parlor" policy of England, during and bince the Tim Spanish War, is the latest evidence NIMH HI ran; ' ' of English Diplomacy in shaping the JiWJ1 destiny of the United States Govern ment. I'ENETK.YTIW Notwithstanding the famine nrir. of wheat, the Spanish War, and fabu- EIGHT GREAT STATES lous expenditures of money by our Kentucky. Tonncssi'p, Virginia, Georgia government during the past year, gold North nud South Carolina, Alabama, MUsUslppl. has increased in value eleven percent, and all other values decreased in the John Nevius, guarding jail 4.50, Caro same proportion. Tlios. D. Newlaud, fee hill, 8.50, a thorough understanding of ior Ilctwcuit l.oulsvlllo am' tho South. the money question, or silver issue, Sain M. Owens, fee bill 129.32, the Cincinnati Enquirer has uniformly Dr. W. B O'Banuon, phys. 150.00. given evidence of its ability to teach, THREE WAZLY TWAINS .Tosiah Oaks, coffin 5.00, explain and produce all facts and Each way between Loulnillo and Lexington truth. It is a paper that ought and J. D. Pcttus, physician 50.0 , A., can be read by all classes with pleas- W. A. TURK, G. P. 1). M. L. Pipes, 57.75, O. Washington, ure and profit. V. II. TAYLOE, A. G. P. A. " rejected, Same, B. Lewis, physician, 7. 25, Lewis Moore,r makimr coffins. 4.50.l i J J. N. renefee, assignee, do 4.50, Same, coffin, P. Street, 5.00, Same, do rejected, J. T, Morris, physician, 9.00, Same, do 5.00, Juo. P, Morton & Co. file boxes 12.50 J. C. McClnry, coffins, 50.00, J. O. McW'horter, coffins, 25.00, O. P. Newlnud, fee hill 1.00, J '. cured silver. were the agents that se the closing of our mints against SoutHern Railway STAN1& AZ2 A binall DELIVER and In amount of money at our counters luturn get something from our HOLIDAY GOODS ttock of wlifch will be found both elegant aud useful. Tlio prices wo iuote aro so low in somo cases that you may be led to believe that Through Sleeping permitted inferior goods to form jmn of tho assortment. An examination of our ofhringi will show that thoy 'ate We givo you figures nt our store that will show what nionoy will do. wu havo high grade. Louisville, Ivy Penny's Drug Store.