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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898122701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. T SEMI-WEEKL- Y 3V INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. DECEMBER 27. 1898. CRAB ORCHARD, A VOL. XXVII. LANCASTER, NO. 85 Clock J. M. Duncan has an attack of Tom-llnao- tho grip. Dr. T. J. Hood und Hon. II. II. will exchange olllces Jan. 1. n Jailer David Koaa Hold 2,000 iwundB of tobacco In Louisville at 87 per bun-dre- d. i Hon. W. 13. Mason lias such u largo family that ho erected uChristtnun treo at hU residence on Suturduy night. The officers broke Into houtcs whero blind tigers wore operated In Somerset, broke them up and no bulls were Insti tuted. Ah wo live under tho satno Stitu law, why Is it not done in Lancaster? Tho chapel fa tho collet!) was crowded at an early hour on Frlduy night, 'and the outortalnmont, given by tho young people, wan well received and highly upplauded for nearly two hour. Tho Knights of Pythias will bold an e on tho open fccssioii in the 2d Thursday night In January, when Installation ceremonies will be disposed of, and a delicious supper will bo on- joyed at tho Simpson Hotel. The purchaser of our county bonds bays thai it was next to tho beat sale mudo In Kentucky, and that, ono hour after tho sale, ut II per cent, premium, ho received a telegram to glvo o per court-hous- cent. WMI. Moan si.y that ho Infers from tho number of road claims published in ho INTKIUOU JOUHN.U. tbntthd haul- friend, lion. It. J. Ureoklnrldgo, is a THE BATTLE OF FREDERICKS-HL'RG- . candidate, but that ho would consider the matter If ho wore not a candidate Over tho nun do plume of Capt. Louis Landram, editor of tho the following nppearcuVln Hecord, Is being congratulated on his Tuesday's Alexandria Gazette: " hi souvenir issue and ho richly deDeo. Ill, 1602, .'Id years ago, "Tho serves It, as It was the largest ami bast Baltic of Fredericksburg" was ushered over issued In this city, and contains In with heavy cannonading all along many new and readable features, be- tho lino. Tho 17th regiment, Virginia sides many splendid Illustrations and Infantry, being nbout the centre of tho sketches of men and public buildings. Confedcrato line, was not actively enThe Louisville Commercial Is trying gaged, but only enjoyed a harmless to llx up republican fences In Kentucky shelling. It was a cold day, and wo for tho campaign of 11K)0, and quotes stood In line all day expecting an Gov. Uradley a favoring tho fight on On our right we saw several tho Gwbol election law, recognizing linos of Federals melt away under a lound inonov democrats and MpiilUis gulling lire from Jackson's men. On of tho Sum ticket, our left wa could hear tho heavy lire c! in tho make-uwhich Is a lino mess, but it will not mix. tho artillery from Maryo's Hill, whero That paper wants tho hatchots burled, tho Federals charged up against that but somo of them arc too largo to fit wing of our army, leaving many dead , tho grave, i(irp being one, of that and wounded, who laid there all day kind, In this city. and night, presenting next day a ghastThis Ilobon kitting Is absolutely ly sight. Broaxt-work- s had been madu disgusting nud all honor and praUo aro of tho dead, when charge after chargo duo Kontuckvgirls for not taking part was made by tho Federals. The battlo in It, Ho only sank u boat, whero It was ooo of tho hard est nnd most hotly did not obstruct tho way, throw up his contottcd in the war. It was a Confedhands and surrendered; and, even If ho erate victory. had killed every Spaniard in existence, Gen. A. K. Burnsldc, commanding it would hnvo been bad taste In tho la- thu Federals, had a splendidly equipdles to kiss him. T. J. Hatcher, who ped army of ovor 110,000 men. Tho is a great admirer of tho fair sex. pro- Confederates under Leo and Jackson. poses to sink n canoe in Dlx River, nnd hart about 52,000 men. Tho forces ac see If ho can get n few kisses. tually ongaged on the Federal side I Tho Ferris wheel at tho Christian do not know. Geu. Leo reports that church on Saturday afternoon and tho only 20.000 of tho Confederates woro Christmas treo nt tho Methodist church actively engaged. The Federal loss as wore things of raro beauty and a great reported was 12 olllcers and 1,100 enjoy to tho many bnarts thut wore glad- listed men killed, alt o Ulcers and 8,010 dened by tho handsome presents, which enlisted men wounded, nnd 20 olllcers wcro taken Irom them. It seems that and 1,781 men taken prisoners. Tho Santa Clans has been supplanted by Confederate loss its roorted by Gen. this now manner of giving presents, Loo was 1,800 killed and wounded, and and tho Innovation Is not upproved by 00 taken prisoners these figures In many of tho older people, who remem- clude the skirmishes ou the 11th nnd ber tho days of Santa Claus as the hap- 12th of December. This Ih not an at piest of their lives. Hut this Is a day tempt to describe this battle, but only of now habits and customs In every as a reminder to tho ''boys," nnd as wo thing; oven tho Blblo being construed havo no "pension days" to keep us in ta conform to different vIowb. It was mind I think we will bo pardoued If oaco wrong to play curde,dance and talk from time to tlmo our battles aro referabout your neighbors, but these things red to for the benefit of our children, a"o Indulged In, now, In tho homes of "lest they forget." j Christian people. It Is no longer truo that thi! lovo of monoy Is tho root of all Here Is an arithmetical problem that evil, but it Is tho lack on money thut is going the rounds: A Is indobtcd to causes so much trouble; nnd, to suit tho B $., B to C, C to D, D to E, E to F, tunes, another passage should bo chang- sameumouut. A, B, C,Dnnd Ecnoh havo ed to read Glvo thou unto him who SI and no more, and consequently that hath plontv and, from him who hnth can not pay their debt. Thoy put their money all together. A takes tho $3, nothing, turn thou away. goes to B, pays his debt and gets his In Kenton county, a school teacher receipt. B does tho samo toC, C to D, ns-eU. p ing bclug done by tho county has caus ed so much mud In thote section, and that. If thov don't hold up, thoy will ruin tho roods. Several of Hon. II. II. Tomllnson's friends have asked him to enter tho race for attorney general, but ho nald that bo would not do so while his Tho young folks aro having a CttV tlnio for Christinas. Friday night tbey onjoyedadancoutMr.lt. L. CollierV, baturday night tho Christmas treo at thu Christian church. Messrs. Will Condor and Curtis. Egbert represented Mr. nnd Mrs. Santa Glaus to perfection. l tils week there aro a number on thu list. Miss Bortio James. Messrs. Joe and I'ark Anderson and Harry Collier nro homo from Georgetown College, Messrs. Wailo Perkins and Henley Has-ti- n from Lexington and Frod Xowlund from Cincinnati for tho holidays. Mies' Capltola Slaughter wont to Flomaton, Ala., Saturday to spend the holidays. Mrs. Isaac Maylleld and children aro down from Corbln to spond the week with hor father, Win. Stuart. Pror. M. Elliott, Miss Mary Healey and Miss Ovorstreet, teachers in Crab Orchard, went home to fpend Christmas. Wallace MoCluro Is quite sick of pneumonia. Miss Maggie Pleasantsentertutned Thursday evening in honor of Miss Mury Curttfr, who loft for her homo near Stanford Friday. Mies Mary by hor pleasant and agreeable manners endeared hersolf to everyone who came in contact with hor, and it can be bald of her thut "Nono knew hor but to love hor. Airs. Ilcsslo Drowning Is ou a visit to her mother, Mrs. Kate Mageo. Holdam Stuart is dowu visiting Crab Orchard ami Stanford. Holdum can never turn back ut Crab Orchard, say ho has to go to Stanford because tho train comes earlier there. Mr. Lon Puttus and family are down from Livingston to visit Dr. Pettus und wife. 4 of,en-tertalnmen- ta mmmVmWmtmmmimjMmmmWmjmmmmmmMmmmmWmm. INJjOICINAGE, The four banks ut Richmond to thn city Thursday $15,000 back HEWS DANVILLE, paiu tax- - . 1 ho fox hunters of MadUon county have organized an association with W. Fowoll us president, Tho Richmond saloon keepers have asked tho court to set aside the local option election there as Illegal. In a light between minors at North Jelllco, Jim Haird. colored, was killed and Andy Hicks fatally Injured, G.tbo Murhu!l, f Laurel, shot and seriously wounded himself. A love - ' evening. The elocutionary entertainment An entertainment for the benefit of the Orphans' Homo at Louisville, was hold at the Chrlstion church Friday giv- h M GLOBE'S WARES For "Wear. l itlTtilr Is said to have been tho cause. Thu gross eurnings-othe Louisville & Nashville for November, passed tho 32,000,000 mark for the first Line In Its history I. O. Slier, of WlllLmsburg, will take chargo of the Cumberland Courier at Pluevllle, Jan. 1, and make it a red hot republican paper. Mrs. James Dennett, of Richmond, f has forwarded petitions to mcmbois of Congress asking them to calubllbh woman suffrage in Hawaii. A woman who claimed to bo Mrs. Jane Brown got a charity pass ut Cincinnati to go to S"e her husband who, she said, was sick at Corbln. The safe In E. A. Duncan's saloon at Nicholasville was blown open with dynamite but the thieves overlooked $200 that win In It nnjl left Tho Somerset Paragon wants to ohnngo tho numb of Mi. Vernon street In that little e!t to Local Option Ave-nuas so mnnyjjocal optlonlsts live on empty-handec, trouble. Cnrlstmas eve night Hugh Smith, son of Mr Will Smith, shot a Negro named Marshull Jones in the abdomen. Ttioro are many reports as to thu origin of the ilillioulty. It seems that the Negro shot ut Smith llrst and ho turned and shot once, that taking effect. The sick on Hurrodsburg Avenue, consisting of Col. and Mrs. Dobyno, Messrs. G. II. Bruce, B. F. Phillips, J. S. Roberts, U. E. Woolfolk, Mrs. Hog-- , sett, Col. and Mrs McDowell, are ull reported better. Mrs. Hogsett is able " to be out. Donations for the poor were received at the 1st Presbyterian and Methodist churches Sunday morning. At tho former an empty barrel was placed at en by Mrs. A. S. Robertson and her pupils was In lull accord with her reputation as an Instructor. It was highly entertaining and enjoyable. ' Burglars are at their work again. Tms time they effected an entrunco through tlto back window Into Mr. H. F. Durham's hardware store. They secured very little booty for their Men's. Wants Satisfied. Bovs' Needs Filled. Children's Apparel Appropriate. q W w I Clotliia? That Will Please You and Make us Friends. 3 Q Suits CQ That are Up - to - date. Overcoats ? u Handsome Xmas Gifts. NOBBY NECKWEAR. NEAT SHtRTS. STYLISH HTS. m Also r--l -- each door and everybody was expected to bring s'omethlug, realizing "that it is more blessed to give than to receive." The entire services were for It. Henry Gabhart, an njred citizen of Perry vlllu,attnmptcd suicide by cutting hla throat. His wife nnd daughter stopped him befilro ho did much damI age. J. M. Llllurd,if)f Harrodsburg, Is the oldesi Mason in jthe State. Ho is !R! and look tho Master's degree at 21 nnd has over since been In good standing. ' His wife is S7. Wm. Piper, of Boyle, lost a horse and after limiting two days for it found it In tho bottom of a cistern that had been abandoned. It was gutteu out not much tho worse from Its long fast. Prof. E. L. Green, tutor of Greek nt Central University, was attacked whllo crossing the campus by unknown with rooks and stale eggs. In he fired at them, when they beat a hasty retreat. Special Policeman Thomas Burr and Sam Briltou attempted to arrest Abe Singleton at Harrodsburg Saturday for being disorderly. Ho resisted thu officers and tired at them four limes. Thoy returned the lire tilling Singleton full of bullets. From exhaustion he surrendered und was lodged In jail. There Is no hope of his recovery. pci-tons self-defense f the children. The event of the holiday season for tho little folks was the Christmas tree given by Mrs. Robt. Harding In honor of hor daughter, little Margaret, Saturday afternoon. About 50 children were present. Tho picture of the treo lighted with candles and laden with presents, together with a few of tho little ones, was taken by the photographer. Each child was remembered with a gift. Fred MoKn&ht, formerly a Hogsett boy, but now 1st sergeant in the 4th Kentucky, was in Danville last week. S. V. Rowland und Mrs. Steve White and children will board with Will S. Rowland this winter. Curl McKnight, of Peoria, III., arrived Sunday to spend the holidays with his wife at Col. Dr. Fayette Dunlap has returned from Kansas City. W. D. Cochran, or Maysvllle, Is thu guest of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Welsh. Mis Annie Giovannoll Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Tingle, In Livingston. Prof, and Mrs. Thomas are in Indiana spending Xrans. Miss Betttu Ray, of Lebanon, is the guest of Mrs. W. T. Wood. 's. g Good Shoes And Warm Under pip. O g Handsome Mufflers, Kight Shirts, Bath RcJbes, q3 CQ Canes, Umbrellas, Mclntoshes. pyi-- .' rd g3 q i. ouna ividut And cl--:i- .- ti - Cleaned and Pressed, anteed. Satisfaction j aTA v-M'dfer" i''P p Guar- - uj U2 t3 The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No. 136. With ft ESft3Sl3 k: i i FREE PIKES Vo very large nnd Select stock and .;. DANVILLE, KY. - : .'': ! I can pleaso you In Shoes, for Women, Children nnd Men. Wo stand at Tor Quality, Stylo, Fit, A.C. You can buy from us Shoe that aro solid us low priced at nnywhorc. the top GOOD SHOES VERY CHEAP. Thou wc keep the hlgheit grades, In fact, tho place to get your Shoes. Our Gents Furnishing Department Is full of good things In UNDERWEAR Newest things In colored Shirts, Dress Shirts. Kefkwe.tr Gloves, Hosiery. man. Trunks and Valises Huts and Everything to make a ncll-dress- be much greater In tho aggregate. How can you get the public to know your make is tho best? , If both articles arp brought prominently before the public, both aro certain to bo tried and tho public will Ivery quickly pass judgment on them and use only the better one. This explains tho largo saie on jphamberlaln'a Cough Remedy. The people hayo been using It for years and huvo found that it can always be depended upon. They may occasionally taku up with some fashionable novelty put forth with exaggerated claims, but aro certain to return to tho ono remedy that thoy know to be reliable, and for coughs, colds und croup there is nothing equal to Chahiberlaln's Cough Remedy. For sale by Craig & Hooker, Druggists. AARUOW KSCAl'i:. Thankful word, wrlttru by Mrs. Ada 11. Hart, of Oruton, S. "Was taken with a bad cold which vtlli-- on my lungs; cough set In am' lin.illy terminated In Consumption. Tour doctors gare rue TWO 1'OINTKD QUESTIONS ANSWEKKD. up.aajin,; icould liru but a short time. 1 gate lilyeelf iiti to my Savior, determined Ifl could not What i the ueo of making a better siay wiin my menu ou rami, i noma meet my ones aixtva. aiy husband was advised to article than your competitor If you can get Or. King's New l)lcotery for Comumptlon not get u better price for It? Coughs aiid.Colds. 1 gam Ans. As there is n dlircrenco In el,tlil bullies. It has tutvd It a trial, took in alt mo, aud, thank (iod, I the prlco tho public will buy only tho am iwreil aud now a well and healthy woman. " better, so that, whllo our profits may Trul bottles freeul 1'enny'a Drtii More. Itc.jular bo smaller on a s'nglo sale, they will I u 0c aud SI. 00 (iuaranteed or price tefumlcd. l. J CALDWELL & LANSER,fr The Lead.ng Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE K7. fill aeat h;g ; ,ySS'?:sSS-S2S2S-2S;-'- i ? A .. .!-- - . - - - K- - 'Mumimi," asKod a Ittlo girl. "If I get uiurriod will I huvu u husband like pa?" "Yes," replied tho mother. with an umued smile. "And if 1 don't got married will I have to be un old maid like Aunt Kate?" "Yes, deur." After ushorlpuubo thulittlugirl &uid: "Mum-tuthis id a lough world for us women, u, Stt I fl J 111 Christmas PRESENTS. Giving presents Christmas is a custom centuries old and every poor nnd rich, liberal and btingy, feels nt this time an, inclination to givo. We should givo articles useful, things tint can bo an advantage as well as a pleasure to the receiver. That being tre casi why not givo V .v.. x 1 ain't ll?" WEAK EVKH AUK MADE KTItOM), I r.-i- giaiiuuitud lids or tore Dltc vUlon rniulo clear, upeedlly und ulftx'tually cured by thu uso of Suilieriuuu's Kaglo fc'ju Salve. It's put up In tubei. und noid ou u jruuruulee. For salo nt Penny's Drug tiiort htjoi r. moved and je or any kind ij 111 : !; iv It haa iuicrcaicu tuuny . S! V j . fl Good overcoat or fl suit of cioines. One of those beautiful u inun's curi- oxpcllcd u pupil who wroto an essay criticising nor tutor. Tho Hoard of S' Cure Corns, all SUn Eruption. Host Wo cure on earth. Only 25 ct. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by I'enny Vmg Store. Education sustained tho teacher In her. JudgoTarvtc. granted a mandamus restoring hor to school, but staUd that whllo the board had no right t6 oxpol n pupil as a penalty for wtnlerkat Alltvn, 8. C. Weak nerves had cauW TllATTimoillllNOJliEVUAOHE. an olTcnbc, It had tho right ,to expel sovero palus In tho back of bis head. Oi using Would any pupil that refused to submit to Electric Hitters, Amcrlra'sgrvatest Wood aud Nene Now I.lfo quickly leave )uu, If you ued Dr. King's Iteuiedy, all pain toon left him. lie says this grand rillt. Thousands of suHerers liaf. proved discipline for an offense, which in this medicine Is what his country needi. All America their matchless merit lor hick aud Nervous I knows that It cures Prcr aud kidney tiouble, purThey make pun blood and strong uenes instance was not tho case. the blood, toues up tho stomach, streugthous and build up your health. Eajy to take. Try Weaver, tho man who had ifies nerves William tho puis vim, vigor and now life into ev y them. Ouly 23 coots, Monoy back if not cured, been at thd Loulsvlllo city hospital muscle, nenoaud organ of the body. If weak, tired bold, by I'euny'a Drug Siort. Is or ailing you need It. Every lottle guaranteed' elnco Nov. 13, with a broken neck, Tho Q. & C. will sell excursion tickdead. Surgeons regard his caso as ono only 60 rents. Sold by Tunny's Drug Store. am ets ou account of thu holidays, Dec. 22 wouderful in medical anof tfio most Cincinnati, Florida and Havana Lim1 nals. That ho should havo lived at ull ited is a new train 54 hours Cincinnati to 20, 39 and 31 and Jan. and 2 nt li fored, limited to Jan. 4. with his neck brokou Is remarkublo. to Havana, Queen & Crescent Route ainsn to consumption. Dr. and connecting rail and steamship G3tho fororunnur iiuiit.tion. FWUIITHUI. BLUKDKH. A In Finest trains In tho South. often caiiM a horrible Hum, Seal J, Cut o lines. Will llrulse. llucUeu'a Arnica Salve, the bait In the Through tickets ou salo Cincinnati to giro such strength to tin luuga that n cough or a cold will not bottlo theru. Twenty llvo world, will kill tho jaln and promptly hwl It Havana via this line. cents ut Penny's Druj; Storu. Old Sore Ferer Sores. Ulcers, iioui, i ewns ng lead-ach- Och Insomnia Remedy. Wo hao had our oyo on Walton ever since ho printed that klttcn-he- n story on himself, bolleving that ho was either troubled with or wus suffering from delinquent subscriber fevor, but It turns out that we were away oil. Ho has beon trying to Invent a patont mudlclno and tho remedy is evidently intended to be used only I) to E and E to F. A, B, C, D and E by delinquent subscribers. Glasgow aru out of debt, and F has tho monoy. News. Who, If any ono, is tho loser? Now Editor Walton's recipe for producing York Trlbuno. sleep, if followed, would either put ono to eleop or send tho sulTerer to a lunaSlUIN'S (IKUA'irJST NKKD. Mr, It 1. Olivia, of llarrclona, Spain, spend hli tic usylum. Mt. Vernon Signal. night-sweats, osity to llnd out why a woinun spends six weeks working a lot of scollops on tho bottom of her bklrts. thut nobodv In tho world buthersolf will ever got a glimpse of, und then ma ubout tho neighborhood in un old dirty Mothor Hubbard wrapper without any belt und every other button burstcd olT. m m t If V Moquette Rugs, A swell Neck Tie. or one of tjiose new stylo Mufllers, a pair of good Shoes, a Warm pair of Gloves, a Silk Handkerchief or a nice Silk Uuibre.la. All of these things we have In abundance. Call and se- THE EAUI.E, KI.Nd UK ALL lllltDS, noted for Its keen bight, clear nud dls tlnct vision. 0 uro tlioio persons wliouau buiherlantl's EagluEyu b.ilvo for weak eyes, st)es, soro eyes of uuy klud or granuluted lids. Sold ui I'eunyS at --'Scents. I m i ,. I, 'ftl lect m I :. H. J. McROBERTS. ) e. spent hundreds of dollars with doctors: and fur medlcluo to no avail until 1 used ur. This Hell's remedy Dry Goods and Verbs "How did you Tho St. Legor and Turf Exchango makes weak lungs btroug. It has saved uiy D. Itoioii, Oranubuig. III. Louisville, woro raided happen to loso your situation?" "Too pool rooms, in life J. was showing a pleco by tho police. Tho St. Leger was much accuracy. Wo speak of n mprry Christmas visited llrst mid 114 inmates of the of goods to a customer, who aslccd mo if the city tripped lfglitly midst the trees aud sullied the pungent order thut lloated ou the breeze. "Oh, tell me, aneieut farmer, The Session of with arms so brown and baro, whut is tho wondrous llower that scents the morning air?" Loud laughed tho undent furmer, till tears rolled down Will be resumed on MONDAY, JAN., 2, 1899. ills cheek, "Why, bless me, that's a For Courses of Study, Terms of Admission, ifrc, send for Cataloguo or call al tho polecat; I've smolled it for u week." Collego on COL'OIIKU JJ YEAItS. MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLF.Y, Lady Principal, Stanf.oi'd'Ky. I sutrerod 2S jears with u cough, and WILLIAM SHELTON, PRESIDENT. A maiden from After The Christmas Holidays Stanford Female College. Toll-gat- o raiders blowupatolMiouso in Shelby county, with dynamite. In Now York City 20 deaths Irom grip occurred In 21 hours. And muny a happy Now Year, But each in his heurt is thinking Of thoso that aro not here Longfellow. placo wero hauled to Central Police it would wash. And I said no, It ' station In patrol wagons. Tho crowd wouldn't, but If sho would got somo ono at tho Turf Exchango wero warned to wash It I thought it would stand it." Washington Star. and most of them escaped. rTTi ST - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. ICy., - Dec 27, 1S98 W. P. WALTON. heralded "harmony" THE much mooting: t Loulaville, which was to ft The peace commissioners returned; . . r.....n.ir. - ronntlnn- n for their crop till- - yonr. Saturday and Secretary Day delivered ' bmaD ,n New Yorlf for alCullng Mrs. j W. S. uf Garrard, Inn them, called and tho trcatv to President Mckinley. It Carlisle's sealskin sucque. bought recently 200 hoes weighing ICO and then thoro was Todd, 2 2 80. of tho ley grasp and the stony stare. is said that it will be rushed through A farmer who disturbed a Hterury to 175 pounds at 00 to There uro 1IM cheese factories In With thcroMilts of onr ell'ort (luring tho past your. We aro Old Cudmugeon Deboe, whllo in the Congress Immediately after tho holi- meeting at Galllpolls, O., was struck on Monroe count , Wis. and this year city, didn't come to time, although the days. Senator Gray, of tho commis- the head with a club nnd killed. made. of IntPStiues would sion, who is said to oppose expansion, Ignorant old barrel A C. & O. freight train crashed Into 10,000,000 pounds of chueie were M. S. Haughmau bought of Guorgo J. have seen tho Senate, much less said to a reporter: "I have no doubt an L. & N. yard engine at Lexington never been a member of It, but for tho gov- that there Is a sober, thoughtful opin- and seven persons were hurt, two fatal- Cunningham, of Casey." 10 curling mules at &7.50 nnd six mulu colts at ernor. The Taylor men were conspic- ion in this country against expansion-th- ere ly, iv 5S.5 Sam Casobler, marshal of Hartford, CO. must bo. Tho treaty merely gives uous by their absence, they Imagining x iju vi i lit; uncivil uu.iii u uv i.i that thoy smellcd a mouse and that' the us control of tho situation; we can dons was shot and killed by a drunken man harmonizing was for tho pur- we please. Wo can keep the Philip- named King, whom ho was attempting sales of several bunches of hoifors ul 3 pose of uniting on somebody olso than pines or not. as may bo determined In to arrest. lo 31 and a lot of corn in thu crib at To our numerous patrons who have been with us du rin if An unknown man knelt before un SI 60. the idiotic attorney general for gov- tho future," hetermor-phous- , express In New Jersey, and foil behind in its tobacco Amboy Louisville ernor. Such a heterogeneous, lSOSWc wish you all a Mil. Biivan answers McKlnley's was cut to pieces while in that prayer- sales this year. Only 103,(502 hogsuuads and we might say, hermaphromock heroic question "Who will haul ful position. 3 were offered In tho brakes against ditic crowd Is hard to get together and flag?" in u spoech, which A bank cashier at Port Clinton, O , in 1S97. tho harmonlzers will find it almost as down tho poppy cock that tho presi- was arrested on tho charge of causing Tho agricultural department estidifllcult to mix It as oil and water. Tho shows the dent worked off on tho Southern peoplo the death of a woman through a crlm mates the crops of corn and onts for republican party will never show up 1S03 as worth $S3,000,003 moro than tho successfully In Kentucky again, as the in its true light. Actions speak louder inal operation. McKlnloy docs Benton Harbor, Mich., hns a now same crop for 1S07. will be too busy lighting each than words, and when factions really substantial for tho factory for tho manufacture of pearl Threo Poll Angus sold last week on other to fight tho opposition even no- something South and admits that he has wronged buttons mude from clam shells taken the Chicago Christinas market at (II. ticeably. her all these years, sensible people will from St. Joseph river. This Is the highest price for Christinthen and not till then, glvo ear to him. - The substitute for the army bill, During 1S03, America has made mas cattle In Ave years. creasing the regular army to 100,000 towards tho world's J. M. Johnson, cashier of Lawrence-bur- g And success in all your undertakings during the THE Kansas City husband, who got great strides coming men, proposed by the democrats, seems In commerce and England Bank, sold hi? line trottlug geldto hold him, and then pre a good solution of a vexed question. his frightened. year. While invoicing we find a good assortment of ing, Robert J., record of 2 101, to Gus wanted to go for Lt. especially Is The minority of the committee pro tended that he A Negro and a whlto woman, who Macy, of Versailles, for?l,100. kl&sed his ho poses that the standing army bo In Hobson's gore, because been sent to the peni Win, Arnold delivered estcrday to wife, succeeded only In making a jack- married, have creased to 30.000 and that a volunteer tentiary In Maryland, for 18 months . Schwaruchlld t Co.. SO export cattle. had no idea of atarmy of 50,000 to be enlisted for two ass of himself. Ho law. tacking tho lieutenant. It was simply undera the mlscouenatlon .. .. .. uuuu, IahIi average 1,43!) pounds,. at 4.00. He also ,. ... years to do service in our insular posluu b0A to j Sf Collins for Southern par At I'restonsvmo aunuay ui a bluff for the benefit of tho newspa sessions. By the time their enlistment and Charllo ' tc jr. 0(yi inule9 ,lt jnj .TtJ. Ulch gavo mm tne au Davis was futaliy stabbed ends tho government of the islands will pers, wnlch roollsniy Leap received a slight cut from a knlfo raomj Register. longed for. have been settled, and tho men can be vertlseraent he in tho hands of Charles Ducan RELIGIOUS MATTERS On hands, which must not be carried over. Come in and discharged or others gotten to take A COKSET trust Is tho latest. Prices Jnmes S. Mclndoo, Minnesota's Elder D. G. Combs held a revival at places, whereas if a standing will of courso go up and should they giant, Is dead at Madella. He was 7 tholr see these m Estill, which resulted In Wf army of 100,000 men is onco foisted on ijCCorac UAl.UCS.tU I114 lliu ...v feet 2 Inches tall, weighed 30S pounds, Antloch ,S.i alditions to the church. tho country, it will continue at mat bound to have something or somo one wore No. 24 shoes and a No ' hat A divinity student at Yalo was arnumber till it is increased. The repub- to squeeze them, we are willing to do of Fort Hill, Ind., Aaron Wilder, design nnr l.ni.f. in filling thn Strnntrlv felt whllo drinking, was told of his daugh- reted for shoplifting, when 6,000 books licans of course can carry their ' to increase the army four fold, but it is. ter's death. Realizing his condition, were found In his room. liinAil .Vint lnA IUUJ tlA luutm f.a,lint. n. uu fftlinM muiiuv UUJCU tUUUbUUlU he drew his pistol and blew hl brains j Rev. J. B. Crouch's meeting at Mt. Vernon resulted In -- 0 additions anil a lc men among them sumcient to unite POLITICAL POINTS. out. XT . . ... old Milwaukee girl, bottle (jCnern awakening of the Baptist' A with the democrats in their very exIn a preliminary report, tho Nicara Kelnlck, has achieved tho distinction church membership. cellent solution of the question. gua Canal commission says 8133,000,000 o jjavinp her legs broken 13 times in The whlt Baptists of Virginia have ' Muster the volunteers out, now that is a conservative estimate of tho cost her short existoiico. She began at the increased from 23,000 in 1823 to 110,000' if tho war is over. Let them 1SU3. There arc about 230,000 colored business rather young. they desire to do garrison duty, or b0'of the canal President MoKlnley Is said to have Coleman Mollctt, of Nicholas county, Baptists, making a grand total of 310,- free again if they so desire. Pass tho minority bill, Jet us have peace and slated Mr. Day. of the peace commis- aged SO years, curbls throat from ear 000. T.D. KANEY, Manager sion, for tho first vacancy on tho bench to ear with a razor, the head being alRevs. F. W. Allen, J. B. Crouch, Wi a reduction ofwar expenses. of the supreme court. Tho pay of the most severed from tho body, because M. Hrltt nrwl fi. M. HnnWln wnrn nl li Branch mores nt I'arU, OaiIIbIo, Mt. Sterling, Hardntown, Lnwrenccburg, A little bird prevented a serious commissioners will likely bo 815,000 his house burned down. rememucrol bv their rot" Kminrnco, C5corKotown, Klirnbethtown. Frankfort. Mauckpott, Ind. railroad wreck In Texas tho other each. Slaughtersville, City Marshal W. grcgutlons with appropriate Christmas ana -At night. Oncof tho feathered beauties Gov. Bradley went down to Louis- E. McGary and his deputy, Ben Ashby, presents. scared by the train and blinded by tho ville Thursday, to turn b.is other cheek were fatally shot by Jody Gooch, son Ni Rev. J. B. Crouch desires to return headlight flew against tho latter and to his enemies in the republican party, of a man whom they had arrested for his thanks to those members of his, Begin with tho Now Year broke tho glass, which of course ex- - and they smacked blm on lt by staying a peace violation. Gooch Is in jail at congregation, who gavo him n pound tinguished tho light. This necessitated away from his peace jubilee. Cynthl-an- a Dixon. party. Some 40 of them stormed him running slowly and a disastrous wreck Democrat. At Macon, Ga , Private Turner, of and not only brought ounds but small was thereby averted. There was an veterans at tho flth Virginia regiment, was shot wngon loads of provisions and good Tho And we will help yoo. obstruction on the track, which would Memphis passed resolutions condemn- and killed by O. A. Thrower, a street things, nearly enough to lust him all Our Best I'atrnt Flour. II 75 per cwt. have thrown tho train and its freight ing the introduction of any measure in car conductor. Turner, very drunk, winter. Best Bolted Com Mu.nl 30c per bti. of human beings to death and destruc- Congress looking to tho pensioning of boarded Thrower's car and used vile IU'st Lnrd, 5c per pound. ( Kngrawd invitations are being sent Ixvcrlngs' Best Collce. luc per pound. tion had it been flying at its usual by the Uolted States language In the presence of ladles of Curators, out at follows: Tho Board Tho Noted Tom Boy Soap, 3 cakes for 6c speed, whereas tho engine was only government. An employe of the Standard Oil the Faculties and tho Society of AlumThree pound Can Ilest Toinatutr for 8c. slightly damaged by running Into it. I Senator McEnery, of Louisiana, sayb Company testified that ho burned a lot ni of Kentucky University cordially InCalifornia Evaporated IVachojt, 10c per irauud. God moves in a mysterious way, his his election cost him onlySS.OO, that be of the company's books, just before the vito you to be present at the commemo" per pound Prunes, 8 Bom Apple Vinegar 13c Mr gallon wopders to perform. ing the price of a railroad ticket from order was issued dircotiug the company ration of the lOOdth anniversary of tho Standard Fire Proof Oil lie jh.t gallon. where he was holding court to tho State to produce them, thereby showing that " Prime Whlto Oil, 8 per gallon. It was not a popular act for Con- capital, when he went to return his the court had given the company tho openlnirwillofboTransylvania University, held in MorrUon Chanel, which Wo guarantee every article (o satisfy you unci deliver goods nt your gressman Bailey to demand an adherwink. thanks for the honor. door in town. of" ence to the constitution and keep Gen. John W. Kelly, an Ohio pensioner Lexington, at 8 in thu evening I is said that the main object of It Sunday, Jan. 1, 1SW. Wheeler aud tho other army officers republican harmony Is to- - capture tho of the civil war, has lost his pension Rev. F. W. Allen takes little stock In who hold seats in Congress from exerserving In the war with Spain. The next Legislature, not much attention by peoplo. who think) his ability fioso goody-croocising the right of members, but it being given to the governorship, which Pension Bureau thought Largest retailers of line Gioccries In tho world. 60 slores in Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio military service upset the tho sweet delusion about Santa Onus is was the proper one. In these days of nailed to render they know tho democrats have the Christian W. B. WEAKEN, Manager. a lax construction of tho constitution,! of physical dlsabllty, and drop- a sin. His sermon at jw The next legislature will elect claim church Sunday morning was a most np- the man who stands up for its strict in a U. S. Senator and If republican, will ped him from tho rolls. day and In ho proprlato ono Charles D. Jacob, four times major said he hoped for thoClaus had notItfail-- i .uliJliuuuuuumuUi;ulUuiBUuul us- - try to repeal tho Goebol law. Colombia, cd to visit auy Santa bearers, and Uintj to peciallyiaso important a matter of, Warrior Colson, who did not resign of Louisville, of his army men exercising rights that in the hJg gcat 1q Congre8d when ho wa9 ap. president of the Mutual Lifo Insurance he felt norry indeed for the man or wovery nature of tho case should oe de- - ,.ntn,ortln, finVBuh, Company of Kentucky, and oco of Lou- man who had so fatforgotten the days of tholr youth as to not look forward to most honored"and nled them. , both salaries, but held on to tho 83,000 isville's Santa's coming. died Sunday of angina pector Gov. Bradley favors making the congressional salary in preference to citizens, is. He carried $100,000 insurance. Mrs. Cecilia Tardlf, of South Caroll-- I next campaign upon the single issue of .the less amount paid to a colonel ol ' The tunnel by which Gen. Morgan na, whose husband used to accompany the Goebel election law, tho sound voluriteers. It will bo hard for Colson and a number of his men escaped from tho Hamptons and Pro-toto the) money democrats and the populists to to tell 'just where his patriotism comes tho Columbus, O., penitentiary, has at Virginia Springs before the war, hns be recognized in the make-u- p last been found together "with a knifo arrived to live with her son, Dr. W. of the In. Owensboro Messenger, W. Tho minority bill for tho reorganiza- lost at the time by Thomas The Bullitt, j D. Tardif. - Slate ticket. Both efforts to continue warden , , one those who escaped. , the party in power will prove abortive. tion of tho regular army calls for only then in charge of the institution, has" unamueriains omc, noiera anu The Goebel bill and Bill Goebel havo 30,000 men. It provides for the always been suspected of letting Mor- - Diarrhoea Remely Is can a wayB bo dc pleasant and safe cmn nunnrip. hut the discovery of the peuded upon and both come to stay, and sound money terlng out of the present to take. Sold by Craig & Docker, 00 days and tho organlza-wit- h tunnel relieves him of husplclon. democrats and pops wont be caught force within Drugcrists. d such chaff. You'll have to cut tion of a speciul volunteer force of WAR ECHOES, y come again, if you would give ue 000 men, to servo for two years, In of tho sltua- j der to meet the demands 6ort of a fight, old man, An experiment with mules is to bo tion in Cuba,Porto Rico and tho Phil- - made in tho Philippines, 300 having The Lancaster Record is a thing of innlrms. been shipped thoro. beauty and will provo a joy forever to BUV YOUH- A Pittsburg Arm hs been nwardeda tho friends of those who are pictured BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, build a great dock at Haa contract to uud written up, as well as to all who Losses on the great lakes during the vana and a railroad to Morro Castle. want to be posted about tho old town Dr. John B. Hamilton, former Surgreatest In history, over and her pcpplo past and present. It year were the e geon general of the United States cost a pile of money to get out an edi- $2,000,000. hospital service, died at Elgin, HI. It is estimated that one person In tion like that and Editor Louis Made from pure Tho Tennessee soldier, Rosser, who every 10 of Ohio's population is Buffershould not only receive great San Francisco, Cal , killed a man at cream of tartar. ing with tho grip. credit for if, but lots of cash. Beginning Jan. 1, the L. & N. will whllo drunk, was' acquitted on his Oxd roan Mordccai Williams, who run five dally trains between Louis- second trial and a riot was barely avertOranges, Bananas, Cakes, Crackers, food ed when it was announced. raado but little effort to win the elec- - j ville and Cincinnati. Maj. Instructions have been sont to The latest Chicago sensation is an tion to Congress in tho 0th, but came within 10 votes of being chosen, has almost exact duplicate of tho Luetgert Gen. Otis to occupy Hollo, the second city of tho Philippines and tho capital sensibly decided not to make a con- -' wife killing incident. Alum baking powders are the m&test test. Ho cctalnly has no grounds for1 Jonn uenry uaiione, wuo Kiuea nis of Panay. Tho Insurgents have been xnenacenlto health of the present day. May last, was given a life sen- - besieging the town for weeks. it and if ho had they would avail him father in woym. tAnma rowotw co., new vow. The gunboat Bennington has beeu tence at Topeka, Kansas nothing before a partuan tribunal. Gov. Bradley has finally decided not ordered to ralso tho stars and stripes Pat Hagqehty died at Malone, N. to interefere, but let tho Negro rapist over Wako Island, in tho Pacific, 2,000 Nice Home Sale. Lamps, &c, at Rock Bottom Cash Prices only at J., last week, aged 109. Ho had been Blanks bang at Mayfleld. miles west of the westernmost part of I will sell privately my home on Dunvlllo an inveterate user of tobacco since and 1,300 miles ea6t of Guam. llke, H miles from Stanford. Contain Wayne Dawron, Jr., accidentally Hawaii childhood or he might have spent an- 6hot and killed Lindsay Smith, a Tho island ia adapted for use as a cable 12 acres. Is well lmprotcd nnd one of tho nicest places about town. Green berry 1 other Chriatmaa on earth. 40 Bright, Stanford, Ky. station. friend, at Catletteburg. - bring all tho "republican factions was a flush In the pan. Tho governor was there and ready to shake hands with everybody across the bloody chasm, but only one of tho big ho coats, as Mr. Wattcrson would call shook, or arc-enactin- Heko ironsON, who throw away much of his nrcsttce by an indiscrimi nate kissing of morbid women, is today riding the billows of the Pacific on his way to Asia ami now thero is not even a little literary society to do him honor. The one named for him at Lewis, burg, Tcnn., voted Saturday ulght to change its name in order to show its displeasure with hid kissing performances. Ilobson's record Is proof that a a man may bo brave enough to uKl.t t.M. mit. i VI1IUW. finfl t.linn 111w tnn nnrl Vtt.V ... ...aw. wv OIJI,' weak to resist very ordinary tnmptu- tlons, such as tho lips of Kansas women, for instance. sr-uttl- tfii-nn-t. Details for the chnngo of flnga at Havana, Jan. 1,'havo been arranged. mas duy. The Spanish Hag will bo saluted by A race war Is raging at Dallas, Tex., warships during tho mornin which two Negroes wcro killed Sun- Amorlcan ing. At noon tho Spanish Hags will day. bo lowered and tho stars and stripes Marlon Tyler, who shot and seriously immediately hoisted, to bo saluted by wounded his wife, was lynched by a tho Spanish forts and warships. mob at Scottsburg, Ind. boy shot and killed a A LAND AND STOCK." deputy 'sheriff at Chicago, when he George T.Wood bought In Tenneswent to levy an execution. government $7,731. SO to see 101 catllo at 3 to 31c. It coat tho S. J. and J. T. Embry sold to Isauc convict and hang John Anderson for Miller, of Pennsylvania. 22 mulea uiuu murder on tho high seas. to average of $ofl. Lord Iveagh has given Cucumber growerslnono little Wisscientific thu Jcanur Institute to assist consin town. Palmyra, were paid 17,000 lumimli In hnolnrlnlni V. Louisville had two murders ChristSl.'-'oO.O- Season's Greeting Wo started, invoicing' yesterday morning. We arc More Than Satisfied g T X3t m WlTTErTf7TTTV j.. !(! so-cal- led 100,-17- HappyNewYear J WINTKJ& GOOB8 IBAJR,Q--Ai::is-r IS ? K frt-n- ds I C 1 - ! I I 12-ye- i . re-en- list The Loubville Store. Vert-aillus- I Pynthl-splenUU- , l ! . TO SAVE MONEY Ix-a-f i , l-- BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO. dy .,,. best-love- d Substantial Presents Are The Kind TO MAKE. ns I -- I mus-volunte- er .MARK HARDIN'S 50,-anor-an- I RoVal against alum Is The Plcae to Buy Them. -- ma-iu- Baking Powder Safeguards the Lan-dra- m Christmas Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Gfyanpber Sets, Differ $ets, Tea Sets, Coal Yase5, HIGGINS & McKINNBY'S. j For k y-- pf i Mf" "W'iPTf !f(PllPr?W 'tt IV C. A. CL'HD, of Williamsburg, Is visCALL at Craig & Hooker's for tho MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. iting W. S. Kmbry. . cheapest dolls in town. ie T .... II, ..... Ml.,.. .I "hnnilnrnw mu.1.111 utiu ..ilea uuuiu f'V .i.w.w 2AT Miss Nellie Mkilshon wont up to Room for rent over Craig ft Hooker's Cllft wero married Sunday at Geo. W. gjj Klrksvlllo yesterday afternoon. The Six Days Between feS W. n. Biggins. Cllft's. Stanford, Ky., Dec. 27, 1898 Mil Gilheht Ghinstead Is doWq, store. j James Bourne and Miss Ida Pearson, from Richmond visiilng friends. THE coldest Christmas day In 22 of Somorsot. celebrated Christmas dav 2 S. L. Bastin and wife, of East Bern- years was that of 1878 aud the warmest " r oy getting married. V E. C. Walton, Businiss Manaoi-.u- . stadt, aro visiting at C. L. Dawes'. thut of 1880. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvev Cobb, of Red 1 D. It Hamilton, of Louisville, is House, Madison county, celebrated Lost. On Danville plko Sunday a visiting his rather at Rowland. jjyj You it doctor rIvlm yon tho rlpht Miss Mattie Thompson, of Lancas- Moquette rug. Loavo at Beazley Bro.' their golden wedding last ..week. t. , prescription, but unlets it Ih properly T I . Pnnilimln. u. Uf ni llS Wl mUVIIl-- l vuiiuuiiiui stablo and got rowaid. iv.iuwicn lilled, you can't ruuponiibly expect ter, Is with Miss Magpie Bright. clnuatl Southern, and Miss M. E. Hard We will make our Btore n . tfooil rottutlu. It la always accurately Mns. Ida BliiNTON, of Pittsburg, Is WE have oxcluslvo gale of Arizona ing, of Campbcllsburg, wero married prepared and of tho very beat matorl the guest of MIhs Ella B. Wright. Stoves, Ranges, Castings, &c. Guaran- Thursday. ala ut Penny' Drug otoro. Mlts. J. M. OWENS, of Somerset, Is teed both in quality and price. J. K. William Preston, of Washington 2M 'litlng Mr. and Mr?. S. M. Owens. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. VanArsdulo itSon. county, nnd Miss Cynthia Farmer, of Miss Mahy IIUHUAIIU wont to Lou IloiiKUT Mouuland, of Lexington, isville yesterday to hdoihI n few days. Death. -- Mrs. Lllzubcth Padgett, this county, will be married at L. F. came over Friday. ocMil and Mlts. II. T. llAimis will aged 70, died at her home near High- Price's today. E. T. Lohrisch und Mrs. L. Schilling, Jambs T. Mknkkkk, of Geoijrctown cupy tho John McHohcrls houso owned land Friday and was burled Sunday. For you. We propose to give you values to keep you awake. of Richmond, wero married at tho Wil-lar- d College, is at home. by W. II. Hlgglns. Dropsy of thoJieart was her trouble. Uotcl In Louisville Friday. The optician, wfll Da. It. Golusti:i.v. tho Misses Hlsii: Palmku and Annio A YOUNG jvoman of tho vicinity gavo bride's other husband killed himself a m be at the Si. Atmph, Jim. 'A. Hlgglnbotham..of Garrard, aro guests birth to a baby Friday and seduction year ago. A. T. Ncnni;i.li:Y, the Texas drum, of Miss Jennie Newland. Charles Christian Bucry, a wealthy mur, In horc with hU parents. Mils. Maktha PAXTON and Mis proceedings have been Instltutced against a Mercer county man, who for- coal operator of Charleston, W. Va., Miss Lauka Jahiiok Is spending Mary Pennington went to Lexington merly lived here, and who U now under and Miss Bessie Kate, tho oldest daughCbrlatmart at homo at Lebanon. yestorday to visit relatives. ter of Gov. Atkinson, were married at For this short time. Flannelettes that sold for 8Jc. Whittendcn arrest. Leader says Mr. Till Loxlnuton Mlt W. A.C.MtfiON, of Crab Orch65 Suitings that sold for 15c. Percales that sold at S the executive mansion. They al go Leo F. Huffman Is down with tho grip. ard, has rented ono of S. P. Stagg's ILwiNO contracted for a gallery in Rev. William Crowe, pastor of tho at 5c. Many others in proportion. Miss Mamik Wilson Cahienti;ii is cottages on Logan Avenuo. I exjKJct to go there about Winchester, home from MudUon Fomalo Institute. Mils. S. M. Allen and Mrs. C. M. tho first of the year, to I invito all of Southern Presbyteriun church, at MlBS MAKY NoiX, of Dnnvllle, Is Best, of Millorshurg, arrived yesterday my friends and customers to come In Frankfort, and Miss Grace Pilklngton m spending the holiday with homofolku to visit tho fumily of Mr. K. P. Woods. this week nnd have their pictures made wero married there Thursday, Rev. here. Miss Alice Ween Is vtiltlng at Mr. beforo I leave. A. J. Harp, Photogra- William Crowe, Sr., father of the groom, performing the ceremony. MI8S MlNNli:KUI'U:v, who Ih teach' Bluford Wren's at Junction City, nnd pher Tho Mt. Vernon Signal tolls of the Intf In Murcer, Ik with homofolka this James Wren and Aaron Noakes aro at FOUK persons wore arrested during elopement and marriage of Miss Ella, week. Mrs. Fred ICoehler's at Lancaster. Saturday night and Mlt. Josui'll PKTTUB and bride, of Missus Kate Alcoiin and Annlo tho bombardment In jail. They wero daughter of Col. A. N. Bcntley, with spent Christmas day H. B. Magee. Tho pretty bride used Lcbauon, were jfuests at T. D. Bronaugh ICngleman left yesterday for lined by Judgo Carson yesterday, but to live hero where she has inuny Franklin to net as bridesmaids nt tho Mayor Mcncfco thinking that they hud friends, who send congratulations. Miss Fi.ouk.nck Mvnna Is tho jjueht marriage of Miss Halllo Barlow, of Nino years ago, Dave Crouch and - that place, to Prof. B. N. Wilson, of been punished sudlclcntly remitted the of Mutt Minva I'ark lMieliw ut Richtlu s. Miss Addle Childers wero married at mono Fayottevllle, Ark. Benton. of Mlllcrn-burDie. 2C U. McKlNNKV, FlItE.Mr. Curtis Gover telephoned Crouch They were divorced and .Mrs. married again. Her second Is spending Xmas at "Castle LOCAL HAPPENINGS, us from Crab Orchard yesterday after husband died four months ago and she noon that Mrs. Annlo Dickinson's Cobb." WINDOW lights, putty, etc.. at Craig spendhouso burned a few minutes before. celebrated Christmas Eve by marrying Mus. William Hamilton-I- h it Hockor's A defective Hue was the cause and Crouch again. ing Christmas with her parents In LexGeo. Stuples, who was to have marington. there was no Insurance. Tho contents ROOMS for rent over H. J. McRob-crtried Miss Rosa Flowers, of Adair, to were about all saved. Waltkh Mahtin, of l'ittsburp. is bloro. Dr. W. N. Craig. morrow, has given the gossips food lor visiting his parents, Mr. and Mr. A. The entertainment at Walton's Op- - talk by marrying Miss Lepu Nell, who rocelvod a full stock flooring, Just C. Merlin. era House Friday night will include wltn huu Is employed in tho Hopkins- - As the season is well advanced for this department we have decided rather , than ; Miss Pattii: Alookn, of WardV celling nnd finishing. A. f. Sine. many interesting numbers and will be vllle Asylum. The gilted girl is a niece carry any of this slock over we will offer tho entire line Seminary, Nashville, Is here with BHCJINNJNO Jan. 1, 1S0H. my terms well worth tho price of admission. Dr. of Gov. J. R. Hindmau, wtio ought to homefolks. will be strlctlv cash, which moans 1 Turd If tells us that his troupe is being bring his shot gun Into requisition, Mils. W. J, YAOnit and feon, of Lou- will eredit nobody. A. S. Price, DentGov. James G, Glvcns, late of this drilled dally and nightly nnd that he isville, is visiting her grandparents ut ist. i county, was married lust week will have a show worth seeing. at Ta- Curilo Cobb. A OAK of pig Iron on freight train eouia, Wash., to Mrs. Esther Gentry, a MliH. It. O. IL1L and son, Wuuren, THE Louisville A; Nushville CompaNo. 32 got oft the track at Nolfonville of the celebrated Pres- If you haven't bought your wfnter Hat here is your chance to make SI answer for , aro with Mr. jind Mrs. of So mo mot Saturday delaying No. 2Jt tho South- ny always keeps faith with its em- byterian theologian, Jonathan f2. We hivc some elegint pattern Hats and Bonnets, or you can select your stock George I). Wuuruii. ployes. Its promises nre as good as Its bound pasfconger '2i hours. und u lady of rure Intellect-uu- l and have them made at the same cost price. Misses' and Children's Hats go in this MHS.ItOUKHTCilAlM'r.LL.ofLobanon bond uud when it tnjs that wuges will endowments uud womanly graces. sale. Remember our Juncllnn, is visiting her parentis Mr. Good Christinas weather has pre- be restored to tho good time's mark Tho groom is a lawyer now engaged In and Mrs. J. W. Adams. vailed co far and seems likely to con- Jnn. 1, the men can bank on getting and brother, tinue, but as yesterday wus a logal hol- thorn. The L. it N. is ono of tho best the real estate business in Seattle, MlHS Lavack Cauu which city he recently made hi 4 home. Lynn Carr, of Glasgow, aro guests ut iday the elgnal service took a day oft. railroads in tho country nnd has tho In Fuirvlew church, which she was Three dollar goods now out on the Bargain Counter lo close at fl a pair. Mayor John X. Monefeo's. very best employes in tho land. mainly instrumental in building, ut 10 THE merchants report a uttUfactory of VerMlW. SALLIi: Gabti.NKAU, Suit Foe $23,000 - 0. P. Newland.us yesterday morning, Miss Mamie sailles, is visiting hur sUmr, Mrs. W. ChrUtmas trade. There were certainly people to trado with IT they had any executor of his son, S. S. Newland, who Carter, oldest daughter of Mr. J. H. II. Dudderar, ut Itowland. Carter, was married to Peter Straub, JKitiiY Smith, of Knoxvlllo, joined money, every storo being crowded dur- was killed near Pino Hill In Novomber ing Saturday. braking on the L. it N., has Jr. Rev. J. B. Crouch performed the while his wife who Is visiting at her mother's through his attorneys, Col. W. G. ceremony, which was a beautiful one, near MeKlnney, Saturday. Rented. Greenborry Bright has Wolch und J. S. Owsley, Jr., Hied suit und Mrs. Crouch presided at the organ. SlHCLD and MIL AND Mlts. i:. 1 rented his home on Danville Avenuo to agulnst that company for 3:2o,000 dam- The whole church was haudsomcly decMiss Maralo Sibold, of Lexington, are J. M. Tudor, of Paint Lick. Mr. Bright ages. It will bo rcmemborcd that New-lan- d orated with evergreens while tho altar visiting ill Mr. Lewis RoeseH's. and fumily will move to their new homo was killed by being thrown from was a veritable sea of llowcrs. The C. U. IlAYDKN, of the Railway Mall In Boyle next week. his car when tho train, which had bride and groom stood unuer a lloral Service, is spading a few days with broken loose from the engine, ran into urch during the cermony, while over Assigned. M. B. Allen, tho his parentH near Preachersvllle. IN the heads of tho man of God nnd Mr. assign- it. liveryman, inado an Thomas II. Shanks and his friend, Robert T. Lewis and'Miss Minnie W. Raymond Berry, of Missouri, aro ment Saturday toF. P.Combest. Heavy TunGano Bank at Dallas, Texas, Straub, the attendants, hung u huge losses on n lot of horses he Lok South which broke and caused here from Kentucky University, its stockhold- boll made of llowcrs aud evergreens. forced the assignment. ers, some of whom live here, to bo After the marrlago most of tho largo Mil Matt Woodson, wife and chilOwiNCJ to fraud, the revenue depart- heavily assessed beyond their holdings, crowd partook of a"n elegant dinner at dren came down from Middlosboro Sat- ment has ruled that horcufter revenue again comes into notice by demanding Mr. Carter's, after which Mr. and Mrs. For Next bO Days. urday to KMid Xmus at Mr. O. J. stamps on checks and other things must 5 per cent. more. Tho Winchester Straub drove to Kiugsvlllo and tool: Crow's. be cancoled with tho Initials of tho Democrat, speaking for the many stock the train for Cincinnati, where they Cab Orchard, Ky JAMKfl DILL10N, who is a corporal in user, together with tho month, day and holders there, says that they bcllevo will remain a week or so. Tho presents up to year. Col. Colson's regiment, passed fraud has been practiced and thut they received wero numerous nnd costly, Livingston Friday to spend Christmas will resist the payment of tho cnll for which gave partial evidence of the popFOVND. J. K. Lay found the horso with hla parents. that reason and on the further ground ularity of tho pair. The bride, who is MIL AND Mils. M. A. 1'iiklps, of ho had stolen from him at McCormacks thut such assessment is barred by the a handsome brunette, was becomingly Madison, spent several days with their church Sunday night weok. Tho ani- statute of limitation. attired in a blue traveling suit, with mal was on Its way homo and showed ATchildren hero, Dr. It. M. J'helps aud signs of hard riding and bad treatFiltEWOEKS. Saturday night's esca- hut to match. She Is a splendid young Mrs. It. C Ilocker. pade shows how much license people woman and the good she has done In Mlts. K. P.OwsLKYand MUs.Mnttlo ment. the community In which she resided Hays Owsley, of Columbus, Gu., arrivLancaster catches on pretty well, will take when liberty is givenof them will live after her. Mr. Straub is a firefor certain ucts. The fusiludo ed Frlduy to spend the holldajB with if It does luko somo time to do so. She good business man und is liked by all Mrs. M. C. Rurnsldo and family. has opened a skating rink with George works on tho main square in town was Ip a member of tho The latest designs in Toilet Articles, Atomizers, Mirrors. GlVKNS left Smith and Robert Henry managers. outrugcously dangerous to person nnd who know him. Ho MIL AND MUS. G. C. milling Urm of Carter it Straub and has Crawfordsvllle, Ind., to Stanford people enjoyed skating on property and thnt Micro wero no seri- the confidence of the community. The Friday for ous casualitlcs Is a wonder. The iNTEltioit Jouk.val joins tholr legion spend Christmas with their daugnter, rollers a dozen or so years ago. z Store had its transom light jar- of friends In wishing them both a hapMiss Lucy Miller, and other relatives. Tin: little daughter of Hugh Mlllor, red out by a bomb and a windot of tho py voyago over tho sea of life and a sufe Dlt. J. L, COOK, of Montlccllo, who of Mt. Vernon, had a narrow escape Best line of DOLLS ever oftored for the money. Blue Grass Grocery was also broken, anchor on the other shore. comes from u family or doctors, has from burning Saturday night. Fire and it was sheer good luck that all the located hero to practice medicine. His from a Roman candle set lire to her windows were not broken and tho town PUBLIC SALE I - GOOD oillce for the preseut Is with his uncle, dress, but tho garments were torn from set on lire. Dr. L. B. Cook. IiOYLE CIRCUIT COUltT. her beforo she was burned much. Bui) Watson, a Boylo county bruisJ. W.Pkkhlv has enguged to travel STILL Oldeii. John W. Wallace er, came up Saturday night to colobruto Thomas Mcltolwrts, I'latntllT, ap.ilnst J. W. for Charles F. Netzow it Co., a general (luest ami Others, Doiendunts. t manufacturing Urm at Milwaukee, says that John B. Mershon's hummer is Christmus. Getting too much Ily virtue of a judgment of tho Iloylo CirWis., next your. Mr. Pence will attend n kid to tho one he has und uses under his vest, ho full out of his buggy cuit Court In tho c:i", ruiuler-- tl Nice, New t'j tho coal business. It was made bv his father. nnd landing on his face, had tho worst ut tho January term, In'JT, thereof, I will f ..... ...h ,..u .,..u .., ........ J, Nevin Cakteii Is In receipt of a .Titmna .... Wnllilnn,, flllnlnir tlin tlmn tin heud put on him you over saw. Noth- On Monday, u.....v. 9, 1899, letter from his brother, Dr. P. W. Car-to- was an upprentice in Danville between ing daunted ho camo on to town and hours of und n o'clock, v. m Hetwcen the soon got Into a row. Marshal Newland or thereabout, being tho first day of tho JanJr., saying that ho arrived at West 1S37 and 1810. to arrest him, but ho fought like uary term of tho Lincoln County Court, bell Cllir, Col., O. K. and that ho found lots tried nut Held. It was proved before Judgo a tiger and assistance had to bo called .a ...n l.lnl.Af iinrl hiwt I.1.1i1nfnt of dental work awaiting him. u rinnr In ritimfnrd. ..pi lu.fnrn tlm of Lincoln Carson that John Smith cut Tom Ken- beforo ho wus lodged in jail. Ho spent Kyif tho following described property, viz: Geohqe D. Moss, u native county su- nedy for very slight cause and he was Sunday cogitating over tho vunitlcs of That certain tract of Land oltuato in Lincounty, has been held In 3200 ball to circuit court, when coln county, Ky , containing Of 100 Pieces for IS, at life and yestorday morning, when Judgo perintendent of King Fisher county, tho chances are that ho will go hence Carson lined him, the mayor remitted His majority was 0.10, ACRES, ABOUT 275 Oklnhoma.Ter. ,y to tho pen. IIo Is oniojlng tho holidays tho lino and Watson hunted his hole And bounded as follows: Lying at or near wilteaMrs. Nannlo li. Anderson, nf ... Willi uuiii-- uuiiurii. tho town of Crab Orchard, nnd on tho Wibeyond our confines. WaCO, 10.MW. lderness turnpike road, ulxiut 105 acres on Stan remain-po- r Miss FANNIE Spoonamoke, of Bio Buildings, The trustees of the G. Carpen- tho West bldo of said roud and tho ndjolns Got Judgment. Dr. J. on the East hide thereof, and ford, is the guest of tho MUscs Houses of Reform will let a brick powwon his suit against Way man Rig-ne- y tho lands of Mrs. Karris, It. II. Ilronaugh. Mrs. O. M. Beat will go to Stan- er houso und a manual training build- ter in Adair county. Rlgnoy came to Charles Adams and Geo. James' heirs,byand J. ford Monday to visit Rev. W. M. Brltt ing Jan. 17. Tho job is a largo ono and which tract Includes lands Inherited Joseph Prioo Infirmary hero for W. Guest from his father, Jacob Guest, and fumily und Mtsse Sua nnd Annie if any of our contractors wish to bid on tho and 45 acres conveyed to J. W. treatment and was operated on. Tho tho tract of Bello Woods. Mlllerjburg Cor. Paris it thoy can seo plans and specifications Commissioner of surgeon presented a bill for his work Guest by Karris' heirs by orso much therethe Lincoln Circuit Court, News. at tho INTEHIOU JOUIINAL Oillce. and the man's board amounting to 8157, of as tnav be necessary to pa'y and ralso tho . THE following Mt. Vernon people Curpon-te- r Teums. Salo will be made on n credit of Junction City Sunday to A Pkize WlNNEit. Mrs. Dr. Clifton but ho refused to pay It. Dr. went down lo Instituted suit for tho amount and 6 and li months, equal payments, and tho hid their pustor, Rev. Ira M. Boswcll, Fowler, of Lincoln, is tho prize butter malpractice, purchasor will bo required to oxecuto bond, d was met with u plea of moulder of tho Bluo Grass. In good-byMrs. Cleo Brown, Misses with approved surety, payable to tho unit McGoodwin's window this Rlgnoy claiming thut tho operation dersigned, having tho force und elTect of a Mattio Williams, Suslo and Annlo from day of and bearing morning was an nttractivo sample of had ruined him for life. Tho coso was judgment, paid at 0 per Interest per annum, cent, Thompson, Berda Martin, Besslo until Columbia last weok, whon the salo with Hen retained on the property as and Judgo R. G. Williams, James her work. It was a butter duck, in ado tried atwon Vehicles of A'l Kinds. all along tho lino and asked additional security for the payment thereC. Davis, Charles Whitehead, entirely with a paddlo, and ono of tho doctor Houk C. bo raised by thU sale, e productions, head, feath- tho judgo to let It go to record that ho of. Tho amountIstoS2.WO.00. Including colts, Samuel Denbam and Edgar Albright. most OHAS. O. FOX, charged and proved that Rlgnoy lied Judgo Williams, of course, stopped ers, and all, ever seen outside of marMaster Commissioner Boyle Circuit Court. from start to finish. ble. here on bis return. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL . --- ijssmwmmmfmMmsssmss - I J . Urns Day and Jan. 1, I 1.1 Place of Interest ! a i ft I See Our 5c Offering i l-- SEVERANCE & SONS. OUR Now-lund'- a. r. pinery : Stock s' Goes Now At COST. m At Actual Cost ! grand-daught- er Ed-wur- Special Offer In Ladies' Shoes. JOHN P. JONES., m m Great Bargains -- IIus-tonvil- le Lox-ingto- n. OVERCOATS & MACINTSHE.S W. E. PERKINS, -- Christmas Novelties ! CRAIG & HOCKBR& ' Lou-Isvil- lo Books by Standard Authors at 15 COBU'S rot-gu- OLD COUNTRY HAMS , lv. alxjvo-stjie- d r, Jan. 1 f rnt,rt-Vrm- I r BBAZLBY & CARTER. Grln-Btea- d. Brown Wagons Timothy and Clover Hay, Spring Wagons, sumot?--050.00- . Kin-nalr- e: Billboards, 61 Mc-Clur- o, life-lik- T7. ID. BICa HT. J v A THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Xtt"bliBl3.dT?viaaidi3rB PRESENT TO YOURSELF. your wife, a handsome dress, " Give Irene a doll. , Give your boy a sled and skate. They deserve them all; Tile your , Rifts on every shelf. Fill up every tray, Give, qzmmmmmmmmmmJuutjLmmmtimn ?! and STld-a-v- 4V When not sopaidaJS.GO will e charged. a present to yourself Now on Christmas day; Man of ureal or llttlo pelf, Make a present to yourself. Give yourself a better heart On an ampler plan, , Full of bl?4ednegs and hope, Full of love to man. Glvo to Hob and Sue their part, Olvo to Dick and May, But Glvo yourself a better heart Now on Christmas day: Man of great or Utile pelf, Make this present to yourselc Give yourself a better aoul. Tuned to hlnher strains Than the discords of the mart And Inglorious calns. Give to each a generous dole, Bes and Tom and Ray, But Give yourself a better soul. Now on Christmas day: Man of great or Utile pelf. Make this present to yourself. Give yourself a better life. Fed from deeper springs, Fed from the eternal fount. Soul and source of things. Give to friend and child and wife All the gifts you may, Give yourself a hotter life, Now on Christmas day: Man of great or little pelf, Make this present to yourself. Christian Endeavor World. C For Croup, asthma, bronchitis, or whooping cough, thero js no remedy bo sure and eafo as Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. From tho first doso its healing influonco i3 manifest. Tho sufferer who has been kopt awako by tho cough falls into a restful sleep, and nwakea strong and rofreshed. Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is acknowledged Xb bo a specific for all pulmonary complaints. Physicians praiso and prescribo it. It is now put up in half size bottles at half price, 50c. "Ono of ray children httl croup. One night I was startled by tho child's hard breathing and on going to It found It strangling. It had nearly ceased to breath. Having a part of a bottlo of AyePs Cherry Pectoral In tho housd, I gavo tho child threo dose at short Intervals, and anxiously waited remits. From tho moment tho Pectoral was given tho child'a bieathlng grew easier, and In n short tlmo it was sleeping quietly and breathing naturally. Tho child is alivo and well Ayer's Ckorry Pectoral savod Ita life," C. J. Wooldbige, Worthcn, Texas. y. Is? 1v W No. No. No. No 5 ftninna t If TIME GIRD t KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. 1:08 Ami ves at Stanford at 2:10 a. m. A. M. Stanford at Itowlsnd at 12:00 DAY. at 2 30 4 Lea vis 21 Arrives 22 Loaves Stanford at r. M. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. No. M Train going North No. 26 " outh No. 25 " No. 23 " ..... ,.12 37 p m 41 am .... ..2 ..12 43 h tu . 1 U p m ForalllPointi. EO'JGH TICKETS SOLO. HAC.GAOK C1IKCKED THROUGH. Kor anr Information enquire oi Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. CypressShinglcs. ! ( JOE S. RICE, Agent, Stanford, Ky. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. But Trains leare Frankfort at 6:30 A. M. and 3 r. M., canceling at Georgetown with Q. A C. and reach f Pri at 8:40 a. m. and 8:10 r. M. Leave l"aria t9:20A. M and5:S0P.M..ionnecUng at Georgeat 11.55 town with Q. A C. and reaching a. x. nJ7'252s!VH it. NEWTON. A. O. I'. A. QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pasa Junction City as follows" South ..12 02 p in No. 2 North...... 11 p in A. C.S1HH, Metal Roofing. ( z5l ( Iron Fence. wB99BQ& s 9U x . STANFORD, KY. : I M, Nt, No. 1 JX.jWcCbAY the third day before ChirisUnas when there came a violent pull nt our front doorbell, and on the door being opened Uncle Benjamin, covcicd with mow and out of breath from fighting ngninst the wind, entered. "Oh, what weather! What weather," he puffed and gajped, MRS. U. D. 8IMPSON, Tror.. as ho kicked off his wet overshoes and : Kentucky. recklessly scattered the snow from his overcoat on the clothes which were Newly furnished; clean beds; Bplondsd hanging in the hall. "I should so like a tablo. Jiverytuing cup of coffee. It wouldn't disturb you 89 moot all trains. loo much to make It, would It?" Of course it didn't disturb us, no er ...6 00 am "10 " " No. No. 1 does not atop. No 2 stops only lor passengers from South of Somerset. !) and 10 run no fun-tbthan Junction City and 5 and 6 only to Somerset. 6 " " ..8 -.- ..1118 am 05pm 1113 am " " "4 " 6 ?i!m ISlpm lmin Uncle Benjamin's In 1 Mill Work. -- another.' tp' Aliiinnls, to kjiw that It would be necessary to find some other way out of the difficulty. At noon nn inspirit- tioii came 10 me. " 'Mother,' I called. 'I have ill We'll wrap the parrot tip carefully In paper nnd semi It to Director Strlegel. I will write n note, telling him how honored I feel at being nble to send him a trilling present, which I hopo he will nccept, ns the bird Is of a rare species. jic win uo Miru to lw Haltered by the little attention, nnd we ahull b able to get rid of the bird with credit, for o give, you know, Is better than to re ceive. "With tearful eyes my wife took leave of tho 'denr, sweet, llttlo parrot,' which had managed to break n vase before we could capture It. I comfort- cu ner uy saying thnt sho would by able to seo tho bird again when nho galled on tho frnu director. Then our maid Bertha sot out with It, nnd hnlf nn hour later enmo back with u very nice note: 'My dear sir It ran, 'tho acceptance of your kind present, just received, gives mc tho grcntest pleas- ure. I or n long time it has been my great desire to possess a parrot, I had not bought one Wcnuso I nover found ono pretty enough for inc. 1 never saw such u beauty ns tho one you hnvo so kindly sent me. for which I hereby thank you most heartily.' " 'So you see, mother,' I said, 'what is nn owl to ono In n ulghtlugnlo to 1 " 'Can't the bird be roasted?' I asked. "Upon which my dear better hnlf Hank Jc threatened to Iny the case before the at The 1'armcr tlio Htuto nut Oo.. located Stanford, In of Kentucky, l Society for the Prevention of Cruelty closing tii IU HtTnlm, All creditor of nald NOTICE. Hank thoroforo uro hereby nottllcd to pre sent tlietrclatmsugiilnal said Hank for pay menu J. II.OWSI.RV. Cashier. J Tho Lincoln 'louiity National Jlnnk, of nVcoodi'd tho 1'iirnji'M, lm liauk Trust Co.. of Stanford. Ky., nnd tins HmhuiumI all IU lluhllltleft. IMSOU entire busliuw. 8. 1I.HHANKS, Pnvddcut. J. II. OWSI.KV. Oanhler. HU nford. Ky LOUISVILLE HOTEL Louisvlllo. Ky., AMERICAN & EUROPEAN The Ladle Kcstnuntnt is the finest In Me city. Kvery convenience for ladle spending the day in the city. HiGcntloiun'tf Cafu on office floor. THOMAS A. MULLICAN. Mnnoger. Music - Tuosd.iv, Thursday, anil Sunday Kvcninw. y FIRE INSURANCE PJBQBNIX Insuranoe Company OF IIKOOKXYK. imm sar the It wna getting lato HEST LINE OP- - evening1 of Mason Hotel nrst-ciae- s. Incaster, Lap Robes, Horse Blankets, Storm Aprons, ,, T? omnmV In the city. xiuiuwinwvi wm. H Made Harness."" B- - I f Wi UnnW. """ r And Dealer in fc UNDERTAKER! a&RNESS, SADDLEEY, SURGEON, the pair. That's what I'll do!" STANFORD, KY. ..light!" "So again 1 wrote n few words. Tho Stanford, I Kentucky. dealer from whom I had lxiuglit n par- "Parrot?" I asked, astonfched. rot in tho morning hnd by ehance rc- - OmceorerJHljE)cln..t McICInnevV Store. "What parrot?" i eclved n second nnd similar bird, uhlch looked at me jovially. he hnd at once offered me. It gave rnc "Don't you know the story? Really? I&eetlng. great pleasure to ask him to ncaopt the Well, then, you shall hear it. But, first C. parrot which I was sending him. of all, give me another cup of coilee. Unclormlcor, You are a well-rea- d "IJcrtha went ngnln and returned Hustonville, A meeting of the stockholders of the Naman, nephew, so Kontucky Ilustonvlllo will be hold at you ought to know there Is nothing like tional Haul with tho message that the director was The i their b;ui:!ir lioubo In Iiustonvlllc the Snd so overjoyed with the present thnt he a good cup of coffee and a good lunch- Tuesday In Jnnuaty, 1609, between 0 and VI OCrrs tb pv).r of Writ Uic.ln Ifflmastax-buimBiiag (5" jt)) was absolutely unable to find words and Ca)r unllr, Full .lock oi fl0uiau4 Cak. I eon to get t man talking." a. zi.. for tho pnrposo of electing nine dlrec- war, on band. l in which to express his thanks. He When the beveraire was readv and i tors to srvo tho ensuing venr. V. H. Carptnur. Mana.r, Stanford, Ky., J. W. IIOCKEK. Cashier. would call on me the following mornUncle Benjamin nnd thoroughly tasted thanks In person. it by several hearty draughts, and had And ing to return sat down to the Meeting. In Kccclvinx then "Then we Route to gan expressed his satisfaction, he beThe table. I " ni ii- was so hnppy and so merry. The greathis story: Goods. Wo are In tho trade with Falls flrnncli and est hApplncsA consists in making others other good CoaU. Also Hay, Corn, Onu, "It happened several yearsago. After A meeting of tho utoclflioldern of iho I'irst much hoping and waiting Christmas National Hank of Stanford will ho held at Goods Warranted. happy, and that joy was mine. And MiliMturf, Flour, Ac. Wo nlo handlo Hrlc-their banklmr hou-,- tho second Tuesday In as IJcrtha cleared the table hhc related ntidsattil lUimembor wn take Fsrm day Had finally arrived. For several January, 1SD9, for tho puroo of electing 11 In Fit Guaranteed. Prompt dollvt-rand cays before a continual stream of pres- directors for the enduing yeur. again and again, to my grent satisfacnil orders. Olllco nnd scaleGive Him a Call tion, how overcome with joy the di- attention to flejtot Telephone No. U. McKOHEKTS, Cashier. JOHN J. ents from relatives and friends had iiearuA-I'EIIIHN Jk PENCE, rector had seemed. been steadily flowing in, while- on V.S. V,v iiUo carry lowing Christmas morning quite a number of "Another hour passed it must have 1'artn ntxl Attachment and do all Machlnna, Slcctinj;. ""I Frank J.jKeed. Gen. Pass. Agt., kinds of been closo upon nine when the door repairing 60 a . II. Bacon, Dis. l'ass. Agt. folks to whom I had scarcely given A meeting of tho stockholders of Oho Linopened nnd my friend Ibsen enteiod, thought sent me kindly remembrances, Mgr WIJ.tMcDoel, will THE with a cnge in his hnnd. PJPar. Charles II. Rockwell Traffic Mgr. so that I felt proud and happy, and I coln "ounty Nntlonul Hank of Stanford banMnjr lioubo the Mcond te held " 'Why, Ibsen, what mnkes von call said to myself: 'Benjamin, my "boy, Tuesdayat thulr 1&00, for tliopur(oic of In January. south's fiiEmsT you must be rather a nice sort of a fel- - electing 11 directors for tho ensuing venr. so late?' I asked, astonished. OR TRADE. " 'Well,' wild he, after he had greeted J. H. OWriLEV. Cuthlur. .u.., unci uii, ji tuese people are so proud of you as to send you Christmas my vlfc, 'the fact Is, I am sorr.v to disPEXETKATES Best lino to and from Kanwi. presents.' I had arranged with mother DR. R. turb you, but the dealer from whom Jufc.lonUJ farm of 241 avrrt In Soutlieail lixair,! nilltii fixjiu itiu MUwurl (for she was living then) how we would EIGHT GREAT STATES I bought the parrot this morning has irootlfiriulugroiinlry. thicklyline W.l Will m acttltsl. nu r Ira.lr Of No. 511 I'ourth Avo., Central pile up all the presents under the Christjust mo n second similar one, and onra.jr t(anirtySi.ono for farm inilltlpmu- Kn tiitU, to W,w Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia 1 nmsent la a mas tree ift the evening you know all so glad to be able to give you trade. (,0 Aildrra lltit IS, SUnfunl. Kv. ' All points in Michigan, - - Kentucky, North and South Carollnu, Louisville. a little pleasant surprise that I brought leasonable people become children nt Alubumn, MlsUstppl. Will bo at tho it myself.' Christmas when another present wat. brought in. It was from n man whom St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Tues, "Deeply moved, f gavo him my hnnd. Sleeping "White City Special. You aro really cry kind, I said. 'How I had not- seen for years, and whom I day, Jan. 3, 1899. have I merited such attention?' had thought - of very seldom my Best Terminal Station, Hetween I.ouUville nui the South. Returning ono day lu each month. '"Oh. don't mention it.' he-- said. menu lvari hierbaum, who wn-- in 'Hut let us put both parrots In theb.iine LOTJIS America. What in the world prompted Eyes Examined and Glasses Scientifically las .ksx ivTrrrj;,vrgsa H yV3, ; cage. I am curious to sec how ilcv him to send me anything I could not for Adjusted. (62) Avoiding the Tunnel. will behave. i the life of me imagine; --.till less how a 1fj rjcII I. Each way between LouUvtllo and Lexington " 'So am I,' I answered, and then, emman who was In genera! so reasonW. A. TUnif, O. P. A BOSTON". A. S. PRICE, barrassed, added: 'You know I hnvo able should send me a pnrrottho ugliWashington. I). O. had a curious experience with the first est bird in creation. The one which I Wngncr Sleeping Cars W. II. TAYLOE, A. O. P. Surgeon parrot yon sent me?' got was the ugliest of Its kind, and was, Louisville. Ky Dentist, in addition, an XTISW "STORK. iiiV, nun nui UBHl'U IUSCU. nSlOn- "CfffnS i.lied. beast. It began by liltinr mv finrrir Stanford, Ky. "-r i a FIRST NATIONAL BANK " 'Well, I hnd to make some present liuffet Parlor Tars. Wagner Sleeping and as soon as It as taken out of the Cars Private. Compartment Cars, to our director, nnd I thought you cage set to work to destroy the carpet. OffloeoTor McBoborU' Drug Store in tbeCOwilcr OF STANFOUP, KY. Building" t'ottcliss and Dining Cars. wouldn't take It amiss, so I bent him Von know I hate nil birds except those Bo bure your tickets lead via BIG FOUR. which tho parrot.' are roasted, of course; $100,009. Surplus, "Ibsen a o. Mccormick, d. b. martin, like them well enough, when thethen I W S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., Capital Stockthe public la called to the $15,750 temptiblc was astonished, 'What a con- - STAND AND DELIVER gravy Attention of thing to do! fact that Vnss Traffic Mgr, Gen. Pass. ATkt. Act, Is all right. Well, how could I bn exA imiall amount of money nt our counters tbla la tbe only National Hank In Stanford. Un'"How contemptible?' Lancaster, Ky. CINCINNATI, O pected to fall In love with thnthnfeful der tbe nrorlilona ct tbe National IlnV An " 'Why, he replied, In turn cmbnr- dojKMltora are aecured notonly by the capital Hock, specimen which screeched the sharpest but by .lliblllty Without Fain ! eijuallnthe atockiioldera' ilejioMtori fur au ainouui raised, 'I myself received the first par- and In return get something from our 50 YEARS words and behaved like n pagan? My Teeth Extracted tbeatoclc ao that of Ibis in.tltu. EXPERIENCE a fund ol tion are secured wife naturally thought It a dear ".ittle With Vitalized Air. 1'hysiclan in attend- - atatementa of tbebycondition oi.C0,000. Five awuru rot from the director, and I sent It to stock of tbe Hunk nro niadt you because I thought you would anco. thing and would have been delighted HOLIDAY GOODS each year to tho United States (torerument and it like It.' Olllco In tho Now Thompson Hulldlng. 76 aiMta are exaotlnttl at atatiil time. byKorernmcnt . tc have had it In the bedroom, just like agents, tbui additional and pcrlcct ajlet "'And tho second?' I asked, oagerlv. which will lio found both elegant and children with their Christmas toys. Hut In ilatiA.ltjira " 'Why, I got that from the director, This Institution originally established as the Ito- ' . I insisted that the parrot should cither uteful. posit Hank of Stanford In 1804. then leorvantziHl.i too. But what's amiss with von?' be tnken Into the cellar, or else chained thn National Hank ofStnnlnnl in arji .1..1...1. "I sank down, quite arereome. Tho Tho prices wo quote nro so low In aoino reorganized as tbe First National Hank of Stanford In the dog kennel. In the latter place TnADE Marks iu too, u. um ir.ciiL4iij uuiimrrujieu exist poor parrot twice had I received It as Designs Jl might at least have served to warn lta S3 years. It Is ctiKCij that you may he led to kulieva Copyrights &.c My business requiring my ulenco from cue fur for trannactlnff butter 1supplied now lti a present, hnd twice given It away, that Mcllltlea promptly andllb. and and master of approaching danger home a creut deiil, I huvo detornilnwl tn orally than ever before Inbuslne Jong Anmna tending a ikotcli and description may - i0 Its and bonorablt now for the third time It was there be Qalcklr ueertsln our oolnliin free wo havo permitted inferior goods to form -1- ,1e block, Ac, on tho career. Accounts of Indlrlduals, Qduclariw.nrruf e Seese of the capital. Mv wife closp out all my turplu ta.ition li Droli Hhlr uatent&blo. Communion. fore me In nil its glory, Hut thero was tloiuitrlctlr confidential. Handbook on I'atonta objected that the parrot would freeze fai in nnd will sell to tho highest bidder on and Indlrlduals solicited. tat fret. Oldest airency for lecurlni: patent. one good thing about the whole niTalr. pari of tho assortment. An examination dirkctors. and that It would be brutal to cause the Saturday. Jan. 7th. 1899, Patents taken tbrouuh ilutm & Co. recclvr F. iteld, Lincoln Co.j ttcial notice, without cbarco, In tbe J. W. Hayden, Stanford In being sent about it hnd caught cold, of our offerings will thow that Shorthorn Milk Cows, 12 death of the poor, harmless creature. T they are S. T. Harris. 8. It. and In less than a week It was dend. Calves, male and female, lot of thor- J. S. Jiocker, ' . T 1'. Ilm, That I finally admitted, but maintained Scientific American. I nm sorry now, because I could have high grade, Vo give you figured nt W. A. Trlbbli, oughbred Bows and GIIU (Puroo Jersovs), u W.i Walton " our that It should not be housed In the A bandaomelr lllnitratnd weoklr. clr lino Jennut und Jack Colt, Brood Mures, J. 11 Colllor.Crab Orcb'd M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon given It to you. I think I have one of culaUon of anr actentitlc Journal. Terms. 13 a Mulo ColU, &c.' Also u largo quantity shock M, D.Elmore, Stanford. store that will bhov whit uionoy will do, L Sold by nil newsilmlcr". jax: four ruontbs. f Its wings left, which would do.to put " 'Well,' said my wife, finally, 'what fodder, corn In crib. &c. tialu at residence omens. MUNN S Co.36tB'd.NirYork commencing tit 10 a. m. Terms Cash. J S. Hooker, President; J.J McUoberM.CatbW Into a hat." From the German nf fchall we do?' U. II. nitOXAUOU, Crab Orchard. A. A McKlnn.r,..l,tantCanWr. 61 4t Iiaron von Schllchcr, In Boston Budget. nauui (Si V 8t.VrahlDgton. D.C, How could I be socarelessl Please don't look that way." He did as requested shut his kindlv little eyes and waited patiently until my wife said: "Now, all right." "How kind of you to think of a present for me," he said. "One good turn deserves another; and I wnnt to give you something, too, but I'll be hanged if I know what." For a short time he sat with his Head In his hands looking fixedly in front of him. Then, all &C. list down on theat once, bringing his table he said: "If I only had that parrot I should be all I ent is lying there more did Uncle Benjamin, who was ooou snugly Installed in a comfortable seat by the stove. "Oh, uncle, shutyour eyes!" cried my wife, suddenly. "Vobr Christmas preson K. WEAREDI & SOV. ! the table ncaryou. Bird Eye Cannel Coal Does Not Pop, "Chrlstmnd night arrived. It Is nl-- j ways itucli u peculiar time. The older n man gets the more uncertain he feel whether It In going to bring him hnppl- iicbb or misfortune. Mother nnd I had exchanged present and cat hnnd in hand In front of the sparkling Christ-ma- n fire. Neither of us snokc: wo wero both busy with our thoughts. At such times ono wonders If it will bo the. last time that one will sit so; if not, perhaps n later ono or the other will bo resting quietly under the nod. . tin i. uur reverie wn .interrupted ty n t,le "lmrP r,n? nt ' nlmoU lm mediately the servant entered thft room, carrying n ery strange-lockinpnrccl nnd a note. "'J'.Jr. Ibsen' compll;nents. He has sent you a Christmas present. '"I must confess I nm curious to know what It can b; I said to my wife, who wns busy Inking the wrappers olT, Then I opened the note nnd rend: j 'Dear Uenjnmln, will you nccept tho ' nccnmpnnylng trilling present? After j I ! i y-n- Caledonian : Insurance Co., oi Scotland. KOUNDKD 1HOO. R.B.MAHONY.Agt, bTANFOItn, KY r , I I"' ... g POSTED. m .aw. I J I . J hnvo potted our lntuli mid lnr.0ir warn nil ixtwjiis from troKi.ltion them for any whatuvur, under penalty of tho law provided In inch Cftf. S. II. IIAmilMAN. T n M!Wr.ANIi J. W. IIAroilMAN, A.M. I'KNCK. H. R I'ATTEIMON, M S. IIAIJOIIMAN. S. II SHANKS. MRS. V. OIUMK. V uro I J. II. MolCINNKW A.M I'KliAM). K t.VN.N . J... F K. IIIM'Oi:. M WAItK. OWM.KY, Mt MakesNo Cinders, Burns A Third Longer, , Takes Less Kindling, And Makes More Heat Than anj other coal on ifie market Try it. Others prefer it. one. " 'Confound It nil!' I roared In a rage, 'what tho deuce do peoplu mean by sending mo parrots? What can 1 do with the bird? I'll tell you what. I'll ehtl this over to tho director Just as it Is In tho cage. He'll boglnd to have to holding Linearthed the parrot which i am sending coln County llond nil personIjtsrt. Snpu 3, of rle you. Tho dealer nsstiros mo that It lrcoiit sHino to the undersigned Commit-te-to e for pnytiiotit. This OctoU'r IT, 1M. Is an exceptionally fine bird. I know JAH. V. IIAIIXY. thnt you arc very fond of jmrrots, nnd (SKO. II. COOI'KK, hope yod will bo pleased to have this IIAUVKYHKIiM. ! n grrnt deal of Rcnrchlng i nnnliy un- hereby given XOTICE. Cornmlttve DR. R. m. PHGLPS, & J- homeopathio:phybioian TAKE THE u Uncle-Benjami- J H.BAUCHMAN&CO Stockholders' H. RUPLEY, J. T. SUTTON, hliM-rrlcMt1 ttg Merchant Tailor I W- - Popular Stockholders' Winter " Fall NOTICE. CHICAGO. n. I'rti-due- ts - - Stockholders' Soutnern Railway "Big Four Route," mm. FARM FOR SALE Toledo and Detroit. CHICAGO. GOLDSTEIN. - - Through Cars ST. j three: daily trains I jBJfsssc mi -- -- lie-ega- tit JLTTJrM PUBLIC SALE. ! hlgh-grat- ft high-gra- de Ilaui-lii.i.- , bed-loo- I Penny's Drug Store. -- 1 - 'l ;.tt " J I.