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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1898 sem1898123001 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. fr 5 ' f t . J t SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXVII. MAXATI, POUT IUCO. HHAlJQl'AKTBHS CO. H., llTH INKANTltY." CDt-'C- INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY., F1UDAY. DECEMBER 30. 1898. NO. 86 wJSSSSSSSCSS? w "giiii r p i ii J I ' MIDDLEBUBG. 'CZZi" U.Ji.W A' : ' !. 3. I notlco in a cronl tnatiy of . the nowiipiiporrt that Cuba la rofurrud to as the "i'oarl of tho Antlllca." Sho may be, but It Is, 1 think, a debatable! question, fort Rleo la certainly a Ola mond tn thu rough, and a rlolier Island Is beyond my conception. True I have not c"ii halt of it, but judging from rctHirts from tho dltTuront part of tho Island U It very much the name, that Is tho coneral lay of the land, tho quality and quality of colfcu and uugar oanu which It produces, Arc. My. aide-de-cam- The wts would have carried Yoscin-U- o easily Saturday. There was a llttlo drinking done by Mlddleburg's cnthus-lastH. " u Xi- A -- - -- - . - - - . .. r . . - . .. - mm - . "c , j I NPU3 mvvf j - taUa'L -- . - p, V. V. Klkln, and myHolf had op-orat- K. the pleasure of spending a nlpht with my Irlend, Senor Pedro Hruil, who and owns tho largest sugar plant on thu Island about live miles pquaro. Ho lutH a narrow pauj;a railroad running all around nud through It with a little engine which pulls about 20 ear when loaded with sugar cano. As tho cars cotno under tho feuding ohed their contents uro dumped Into thu ponderous machinery and pressed as Hat as a as my frloud. "Happy Jack" Mlllur, would say, tio sugar water running Into largo tonka. There are also "0 large! porcelalnllncd ovens which hold 1,000 galloit each and when the syrup reaches a certain stage in process of cooking It Is transferred to thu ovens and boiled yowii, making a very dark sugar. Thlj goef through anothor process by rutmlng It through another mill und whcntlt comes out It is yellow or a bright strnw color, which is thu lightest grade of sugar mndo on thu island. Thu tnaohinury used In this mill of which I write Is very large and fine. There are Alght boilers, six foot In dlumuler.nnd, 30 foot in length; ulo one of tho tlnoit engines I over saw, having a lly wlJeel 28 foot In diameter and all part, as cluan as a now pin. Tho fuel used Is dry stalks of tho orushed cane and makes an exceedingly hot lire. After having examined the sugar plant to my sutlsfaulion I was Invited by my host to his casa or house. The doors wero thrown wldo open as wo ascended tho steps, (all houses In thu country aroiiullt from si to 10 fuel above the ground on large post) and I was informed that tho houi-- and its contents wero at my tllosal. 1 was usherod into a large sitting roo.m, about 40 by &0 feet, where I saw tho most bduutlful oil paintings, water colors It has ever boon my and pleasure to behold. At 4 o'clock I was Invited out to dinner and it was a royal one 14 coursos and wo woro busily engaged till lWclock consum- ' Ing the good things served in thu mott delicate of Havel In dishes. The next morning at 3:30 I was Invited to my cof-- f eo and crackers, which Is all you get flan-Jack,- We like to see Casey county tobacco quoted In tho Louisville markets along , with other counties. Casey has plenty of land that was heretofore thought worthless that will mature the best of tobacco. The box supper given at Keeney's Hall Saturday night by tho ladles of thu Christian church was not patroniz ed us it should have been, but many of us did well to get a good supper at home. Only sJ10 was lealized. Rev. D. Edgar Fogle preached at the Baptist ehurch Sunday. Rev. P. L. Creech, of this place, and Rev. Baughn, of NIcholasvlllo, nro holding a series of of meetings nt Ruscll Springs, tho metropolis of Russell. At the call I 'V FBEE PIKES I 1 Wo With u very lurgo and strioct stoi'k and ! 1 Womun, Children and Men. We stand nt the top for Qunllty. Stylo. Kit. &c. You can buy from us Shoes that nro follil as low priced us anywhere. can jleno you In Shoo, for I 1 1 i GOOD SHOES VERY CHEAP. Then w keep the highest grades, In fact, tho placo to get your Shoes. Our Oents KurnUhlng Department la full of good things In j I Newest things In colored Shirts. Dress Shirts. Neckwear Gloves, Hosiery, Hats und Ercrythlng to make n man. Trunks and Vnllsos. well-dress- ed UNDERWEAR ! I I a I M I in CALDWELL LANIER, DANVILLE KY. The Leading Shoo and Furnishing House, i i Capt. George Green, of Georgetown, was called to the pastorate of tho church, for the ensuing year. Revs.1 Coleman and Foglc received a few scat- meeting at tho Baptist church Sunday, " tering voU-s-. The Fulmon Brutum Society met at tho usual hour Friday niht und an interesting program was rendered. O. R. Jones, Everett McWhorter and Miss Mary Lucas played "Courtship under Dllllcultles." The rest of the program wus successfully carried out and after It a social was given by the members of tho society. A good crowd was present and they were up almost to the "wee" A Cold &c. Wave TUMDANVILLE. KY. -- Brings Down the Mercury and a BIG STOCK CAUSES A BLE FN PRICES. See our Ilargains in Men's, Boys' & Children s Suits Overcoats Have an Old Suit Cleaned and Pressed or a Suit Mndo to Order. hours. Rev. D. E. Fogle spent Christmas with his parents. V. R. Coleman, who has been atteudlng Lexington Business College, Is homo for tho holidays. Ho will return o school Sunday. Elzle Lanham alid family have returned from Illinois to Casey to live. Jason Wesley will attend school at Lancaster. Dr. I. S. Wesley aud family, of Lancaster, arc spending Xmas week with their parents. Bud Glboney and wife spent The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No. X36. -- s - jH:- --- -- ' Hi & "Get off As he sends old Spain "The western world's no place (or you It's high time you were dylne ! A GOOD MEW YEAR'S KIDDANGE. We'll start tho New Year out Just right. the earth!" cries Uncle Svn And as a good beginner We'll rid the map of such as you r. So git I you gory sinner." b ,w. make a contract with him for burial exensL's. Then thu corpse is put in a box, covered with black calico, und It Is carried to tho church by a dozen friends with so much money deposited In the collIn or box with the body. The priusl "sizes up" the amount and if he thinks It Is enoutrh, lakes It and prays tin? deceased to the proper position In the other world. If not enough the money is not taken and tbo family must raise more. The colli n lid was raised at tho grave In this case, the body examined and all wero delighted for the money had been taken. One of tho burial party took out an old, rusty knife and ripped open both trouscr legs and the court slccvo on the left arm and proceeded to untfu a calico string from around each leg and tho left arm. All were talking and laughing all this time. Finally each of the 12 men took up a hand full of earth, kissed it and threw It Into the grave. An old man ut tho head of tho gravo mumbled something, which was repeated in turn by all tbo others and then commenced raking in the dirt with hops, all talking and laughing heartily. In digging a gravo they always dig up a skull or a lot of bleached human bones of some ono who has been buried for years. Tho first night after one' ofs HUBBLE, Kid. Gworgo Gowun writes from Louisville that ho will proaoh here Sunday brlc-a-bra- o at 2 o'dlock, V. M. Elder George Gowen will make Lancaster his homo and will preach for the Christian church hero next year, when bo Is not ongugod In meetings elseChristian church Saturday night was well attended, and so much loaded with presents, that not a child In the community escaped the call of Santa Glaus. Geo. Wood's warehouse on Dix river, near tho old paper mill, containing about II vo barrels of whisky, was broken Into Saturday night, but as nono of the revenue force has cotno to examlno, it is not yet known what the loss is. S. M. Spoonamoro has sold his stock scales to It. L. Hubble for 810. L. G. Hubble has bought the Win. Hubble farm of 280 acres of tho other heirs for $10, they making him u tender of their interest in tho 52,000, which was willed to Mrs. nubble her life time, for her. Mrs. Hubblo will live sup-porti- where. Tho Xmas tree ut the Promptly at 4 a. M. we wero in tho saddle with a hard days' rldu before us as I was making a 'round up" of my district on this occasion which Includes the towns of Vega Baja, Vega Alta and Qucbrarcnas. Senor Bnill. my host, was a lieutenant In tho Spanish army during the iuto unpleasantness hero, and when I told him good-by- o he bogged the privilege of presenting mo with a souvenir ol my visit to him, which was a get here until 12 M. ed medal with a crown and Alfonso XIII, In raised letters on It, which was worn around his neck when on duty as a soldier. I, of cours'o, consider It ono of my Port Hlcan treasures and keep it locked up, as things have been known to vanish in this ellmnto. A few nlgbth ago wo thought that opportunity Imd tho arrived fur us to distinguish ourselves Taps wero on tho Hold of battle blown ut I) P. M., as usual, and 10 minutes later nearly all of tho boys woro hmg-wlshed-f. asluop, and at 10 o'clock all was as qui- et as a country graveyard. I thought 1 beard a shout and as I raised up on jiy elbow in bed to listen, bedlam broke looso. Men yelling, women screaming and children crying As I bounded out of bed and yolled at tho top of my voice, "Company U. fall In," of police dashed into my room, squalling brlgands.robborb" and tho like. Well, in four minutes wo wero double timing it" through the Btreots, although most of ua were rather scantily attired. I had on coat, pants and shoes, a 40 Colt's Improved and a sword; no shirt or eocks and my shoes not fastened. Eight or 10 of tho boys had on no ahoea and as many moro had on only pants, cartridge belt and gun, but not a man flinched from the sharp rocks as they cut tholr foot while marching. Wo surrounded tho fluid in 15 minutes, but our birds had flown uud woro In too much of a hurry-ttako any of tho fat cattla with them if they had succeeded iu stealing them. Ono man dropped dead as wo marched by his houso and was burled tho next day. So you see wo havo helped j,he cuuso a llttlo, oven If it was not dono in a military mauner. I witnessed u burial hero yesterday and I must say It wasja very novel proceeding. When ono of tho natives dlo his relatives go to tho undertaker and ! thc-chlef 20-uco lrlcuds, but one who would will be attractive must keep her health. If sho Is weak, is $910,000,000. During tho week ending tho 24th tho sickly and nil run down, she will he nertotu and Irritable. If alio has constipation or kidney trouble net deposits In tho Now York City her Impure blood will cmuu pimples, blotches, akin banks wero $!514,051,SOO, exceeding by eruptlooa and u wretched complexion. Klectric over $8,000,000 any former week. Is tho lent ruedldne In the world to reguHitters late the stomach, liver aud kidneys and to purity Harlow Spencer, 63, who took an oath the blood It gives stromc nerves, bright eyes, never to vote after Henry Clay was develvety skin, rich roiiiplexlou. It will make a good looking, charming wumati of a run 'down invalid. feated for president, and kopt it, died n Woodford county. Ouly HO cents at Pcnny'a Urug Store. with him. Tom McMellon Is visiting his mother at Brodhead for a few duys. Rev. C. H. Ncai, from Wllmore, pastor of the Methodist chUroh here, Is. making his them Is buried the assistant priest or brethren here some pleasant calls durprlost himself receives from 14 to $20 ing tho Xmus holidays. Dr. Herring for placing a lighted eandlu on tho was called to see Mrs. James Cox Tuesgrave, of the departed from " until 10 day, who bus been sulTering from grip o'clock and going through a ceremony for some days. peculiarly his own. W. A. E. Moo-- e, convicted of workTho cemetery hero contains about ing tho "badger gamo" on Martin three uercsand Is surrounded by a sal. was sentenced iu Now York to 10 Id wall l. feet high, with only ono enyears' imprisonment. There was a hung trance and exit, which can be and is jury in tho case of his pretty wllo on mudo as bolld as tho wall by closing the samo charge and she will bo tried heavy, double Iron doors. again Jan. 11). These are only a few of the many cucommissioners The peuituntiary rious things which I huvu seen but will have leased the labor of 050 convicts at moro of your time. My not taKo 40 cents per day to the linn of Martin company is in splondld health and pro& Co., who will run the chair factory gressing rapidly In their Spanish studIn tho penitentiary. Tho Stuto will Very Truly, ies. feed, clothe und guard the convicts. W. B, PENNY, Capt. Co. B., Preliminary estimates made by the Commanding Post, Mapatl, Port Rico. Railroad Gazette show an incrcaso of Ail order has just been posted on the 2,87(1 miles during 1SU3 in tho rullroud Chesapeake tc Ohio that any employe mlleago of the United States. This is of tho company detected entering a the largest increase reported since saloon will bo discharged; also n gar- 1802, when 4,419 miles woro added. nishee of any employe's wages by a According to tho director of tho mint ealoonlst will result in his dismissal, the United States holds moro gold than Tho order goes Into clTcct Jan. 1, 1S90. any other nation, und moro than over NO IMUMTTO UCLINKSS. has been possessed by any nation in The woman who l lovely In face, form and the history of the world. Tho amount alwaya have Ma-hon, tip-an- C. Coulter's. Charlie Spears has rqturned home from Illinois. A euro enough deer came through town tho other day and crossed the river ueur tho mill dam and made its way over the hills In tho direction of Kingsvillc, where It has been scon several times. Tho men that saw It at once gave chose, but scon lost sight of It. M. W. Jones, who happened to bo hunting, shot once at it. Tho deer belonged to Ed Powell, of near Huston-vlllBefore we heard, wo would have sworn that It had gotten away from Old Santu. The Christmas entertainment given nt the college Friday evening was a success in every way. Tho speeches and dialogues wero good and they were recited just at tho right time of the year to make a hit with tho audience. The best play was the "Old and New Year," and the best character was Fred Durham, who represented tho "Old Year." He was attired In some old, old shoes and hat, carried a cane and wore a mask that would havo made Old Nick tromblo. His antics, peculiarly his own, "wolf represented the dying 1S93. The writer Impersonated Santa Claus, and while ho was nor. the success he should have been, thu candles could have been no more welcomed by tho little ones, as was demonstrated by their actions. Misses Christopher and Gooch deserve much praise in getting up the entertainment they did under .the trying circumstances. e. XmasdayutJ. 1 1 ! Christmas PRESENTS. Giving presents Christmas is a custom centuries old and every .poor and rich, liberal and stingy, feels at this time an inclination to give. "We should give articles useful, things that can bo an advantage as well as a pleasure to the receiver. That being the casi why not give 1 . i fl 1 fMl Good overcoat or fl Suit of Clotiies. One of those beautiful I Moquette Ru A swell Neck Tie, or ono of those new stylo Mufilers, a pair of good Shoes, a Warm pair of Gloves, a Silk Handkerchief or a nice Silk Umbre.la. All of these things we have in abundance. Call and se- lect 'i i H. J. McROBERTS. . After The Christmas Holidays The Session of Stanford Female College. Will be resumed on MONDAY, JAN., 2, 1800. For Courses of Study, Terms of Admission, itc, send for Catalogue or call at the College on MRS. Clahenck Coleman. A race for a $750,000 prize will bp inaugurated between tho Chicago,. & Northwestern aud the Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy railroads, Jan. 1, to 1 ist seven days, tho road showing the fastest average time from Chicago 'to Omaha to got tho contract for carrying tio mails. Those who were fona of reading "Bab's" babble In the newspapers will be sorry to hear that she Is dead at her home In New York. . Her narao was Isabel Mallon and her disease was pneumonia. Areola, 111., boasts of an entire fam ily enlisted n tho Ucited States army. Tim old man went as a chaplain, the o mother us a mirso aud the sou us a prl-vat- NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Staufotd Ky. WILLIAM SHELTON, PRESIDENT. -- nEST LIJfE OF Lap Robes, Horse Blankets, Storm Aprons, In the city. Remember our line of Harness. Hand-Mad- e soldier. Park Row building in New York stories high, making it 501 feet from foundation to top. It has 900 Tho is 20 olll-cc- s, B. K. WEAR EN & SON. occupied by 4,000 people und cost $2,400,000. Three children wero drowned in ono of tho city parks of Brookllne, Mass., by tho breaking of ice on which hun- dreds wero skating. HIS LIKE WAS S.VVKI). Mr. J. E. MUy, a prominent citizen of Hanni bal, Mo., lately had wonderful itellverumw from a frightful death. In telling of it ho ay: "I wax taken with Typhoid Fever that ran Into Pneumonia. My lungs had lecome hardened. I was so weak I could not alt up iu bed. Nothing helped me. I exccted to toon die of Consumption, when I heard of Dr. King's New DUcorery. One bottle gave great relief. I continued to uso It, and now I am well and itrotig. I can't say too much In lu praise." Thli marvelous medicine 1.1 the surest and iulckft cure tn the world for iKl Throat and Lunj Trial hot. Trouble. ItcgularsizeaSOceuUaudSli tics Tree at lVuny'a Drug Store; eiery bottle guaranteed. Bird Eye Cannel Coal Does Not Pop, v' MakesNo Cinders, Burns A Third Longer, Takes Less Kindling, And Makes More Heat Than any other coal on tho market. Try It. Others leiii-p- er prjfer it. J H.BAUCHMAN&CO , JH-- . m&M.mmmi.4U,'fi 4- t Kti j jt-,y- Jgfe f AffiM ' &. .W Vg-ft- 4 1 - .tlVA, aL 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. I K.Y., - lf n.f j -- , came homo drunk. day, Is dead. Tho $100,000 of Fayotto county bonds, Tho insurgents captured Hollo from to run 20 year's at I per cent., sold at a tho Spanish before, tho Americans premium of $8,250. could got there. THE Louisville Post took a day off, Christmas was n bloody one In Atlan- - Tho citizens' commlttco ut Louisville manner of country journalism, after the Wo .started invoicing" yesterday morning. Wu aro nuMoriB wcro killed and Is urging Col. John B. Catloman's apand did not issue at all Monday, but occurred. many lights pointment as brigadier gcnoral. Editor Knott did not spend tho time in Ed Howard, colored, was shot to Tho cotton receipts ut Houston, Tex., pood cheer helping lb add to tho death by a policeman at Eminence have reached .ho $2,000,000 mark and On the contrary ho of the season. whllo resisting arrest. tho event is to bo largely celebrated. spent the day in working off his accuAccording to an order of tho war depaAt a funeral at Ncgaunce, Mich., mulation of bile on the democratic partment, the M and 4th Kentucky William Kovorn, pallboarer, was and which pers, of which he is jealous are both to bo mustered out. killed by tho hearse turning over on sport of hU appeals have recently made Capt. John M. Tobln, recently quar- him. to the democrats of tho State. Ho Is termaster of the 1st brigade at Camp Ppol room owners In Louisville to especially bitter in his tlradouronusand Poland, Knoxvllle, committed suicide. avoid prosecution havo notified tho With the results of our oflbrts during tho past year. We are Mcssen-- r tho editors of the Owensboro A duel was fought with packet knives court that they aro out of busluosi for gers and Elizabethtown News and works at Moorctown, Cal. Ono man was good. )imair Into a flue frenzy, becauso we killed and tho other shockingly woundAndrew Mevello, of St. Louis, who and they are determined that tho trai5-ed. has beeu hiccoughing uninterruptedly turncoat shall not deceive ignotor and L. P. Mllward's hardware store and for eight years, ceased to do o Wed 1LJ1 zrzi .T' rant, but honest people by his insidious .Tnhn Hutchison's grocery at Loxlng- - nesday. Ho died. Col. W. J. Wilmokc, chairman of pleas. He says we neither appreciate ton were damaged $7,000 worth by Greenville Murray, S'., is dead at his position and argu- the 8th Congressional district republinor understand the fire. home ut Campbells ville. He was 62 ments of the Post. True, very true, can committee, was in Cincinnati this At the Institute of the Blind thero years of age and had voted for 10 dem- To our numerous patrons good deal of talkto appreciation, and week when ho did a who havo been with us during 1.J0 puwith reference during tho year ar- ing with his mouth. Amongother things were enrolled likewise true as to the and 21 col- ocratic presidential nominees 1S0S We wish you all a pils. 112 of whom aro whlto A reward of 811,000 ha been offered guments, though each of us aro onto ho said that Collector Yerkes would ored tho animus of them. By posing as a not be a candidate for governor, nor tvniton Rnnr. Sr.. father of tho for James Dunham, wanted for mur trying to wear its livery wculd Auditor Stone. The former don't Tennessee soldier, who killed a man at dclng a family of six in California, democrat and the editor of the Post thinks he cau want tho nomination and tho latter San Francisco, whllo drunk, died of and believed to be in St. Louis. Thlrtj-tw- o South Dakota herders better serve his purpose to advance the trains with the Hunter crowd, who will grief. presented tho widow of the man they put up Attorney General Taylor, tho interests of the republican party, which Louis Schllch, of Chicago, suffering since the nominatlo'n of Hardla for brains of that wing of tho party. In from an Incurable disease, stuck his killed, for which they were acquitted, governor, ho has steadfastly supported the event that Internal Revenue Com- head In a atovcand burned himself to with a purso of 81,000, saying that they had killed her husband in and advanced In every way In his pow- missioner Scott Is elected U. S. Senator death. but wanted to give her the Fire in the business portion of Lcitch-fiel- d er. His llttlo game has been scotched from West Virginia, Mr. Stono will SS0.000 means Jar taking care nf herself and Is no apply for his place. The democrats caused a I033 of between by tho papers named and there place for him now except In the repub- are dead sure to nominate Goebcl and and 81)0,000. Tho insurance is about children. And success in all your undertakinirs duriiur the conn us: no matter whether Gilbert Is seated or 813.000. lican fol3, which will be loath to LANCASTER, nominayear. While invoicing- we i d a good 'assortment of Four hundred sailors and marines him, as turncoats aro always re- turned down ho will never bo i II. C. Hamilton has moved the telegarded with aversion and treated with ted for Congress again. McCreary will aro now en route to join Dewey's squad ecorn by the better classes of all par- be the next man beyond peradventure. ron and 500 more will follow within graph office Into the Hamilton House. Although this Is a good deal for one two weeks. ties. Billy, tho son of T. B. MDi'in? our article, tvhlch small man to know it is not all that Col. Miss Mercedes Garcia, daughter of Robinson, fell from his pony and Is After seems to have so goaded him, Editor Wihnore gave out, but It must sulllco tho lato Calixto Garcia, tno ouoan suffering with a fractured arm. that "the toady- until we have more space at our com- leador, died at Thomasvllle, Ga., of Rev. Ira Partln, who has charge of Knott Is moved mand. consumption. ism of the editor of the Stanford JOURseveral churches In Lincoln county, Courier-Journ- al ring has According to tho superintendent of has purchased property and will locate of Kansas does The governor-ele- ct NAL to tho On hnmU, which must not"bo carried over. Come in and lost him the confidence of dll parties, not believe In capital punishment, the public Instruction, there aro in Ken- In this city. He will preach at tho loyalty to Hardin in 1895 more's tho nlty, and bays he will not tucky. 400,120 enrolled pupils nnd 10,- - Baintst church, 2d Sunday In January. while his see these 9 was not above suspicion." Both of sign the death warrant of John teachers. Tho Lancaster Hotel, on Danville Mrs. Jane Drlbbs, of Benton, Texas, avenue, bus changed hands and will be these assertiops are mere llgmeuts of ai Una, convicted of murdering his father, diseased Imagination, Wo havo tho to get money to marry his sweetheart, was scratched by a turkey gobbler. known at tho Hamilton House, being set In, which resulted under the management of J. I. Hamilkindliest feeling for each member of who has stuck to htm closely during his Courier-Journton's mother, who Is experienced in staff from Mr. trial and still pins her faith to him. It In her death. the Toombs, a student ut George- that lino and who will offer the ocst down and while utterly ab- - 1j unfortunate for tho good of tho Stnto Robert Watterson accomodations AT horlng Its line of policy for tho last: that It will havo so squeamish a town College, was seriously burned MUscs MattloandSallle Elkln will j explosion of a years, we have not made a fool . ernor, for It had been the general opln- - about tho face by tho i ontertaln a few friends Friday night, of ourselves, like Brer Knott for in- - Ion that if half of tho Kansas peoplo giant cracker Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Grant gave n phanRtannp. liv abuslnir and vlllfyinr tho were hum? and the other half out in Thn Luulsvlllo . k Nashville's new tom party on Wednesday night. A .. .1iahI inl NiltuH large crowd was present and mirth and - . I . 1.1 i ...l ... n klj uao me muu 1... u steel brlugo over mo vuihuciuh.m oe Daper in season uu uuu. It mm U.io .1 panifcuntiury, il wuuiu .1 pleauro were tho order of the eveus confidence, It Is among a class pretty fair State, Nashville has been completed, at a ning. Most of the boys looked better lost at r of $145,000. for whose good opinion we do not care, in their ghastly costumo than In their Notwithstanding his damaging cost increase in the prlco of corn has ordinary attlro. satisfied that eenslblc men appreciate Tho T.D. KANKY, Managor. d the difference between a manly opposl- -, letters to Cupt. Thompson, who used caused the Cincinnati wholesalers to It is roported that Dr. J. B. tooffers to give tlon and abuse and vllllfication. As to them for campaign purposes, South raise the price of whisky lc a gallon. ward the erection ofa alotY.and $500 A. Branch stores nl Purii, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, liardstown, Lawrenceburff, Cynthl-nnM. C. clause of tho indictment, our Trimble was renominated for tho Leg- The basis now is $1.27. Versnillen, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabethtown, Frankfort. Mauckport, Ind, the latter nail, and two other men havo agreed fileg will nrove its utter falsity. Wo , isiaturo over mm in cranium county Frank Herndon, of Hopklnsvllle. was to give $1,000 each for the samo pur0 made no bones In expressing our disap- by 750 majority. The voters evidently attacked by a vicious horse and hncl pose. It Is also claimed that the stock has been taken for the new 96 probation of Gen. Hardin's Interpreta- took Trimble's letters In a Pickwickian ono of his legs so badly mangled that it hotel and opera house bulldlni; nnd IleKiu with the Ne Year tion of tao platform, but knowing that sense or wanted to rebuke his oppo had to bo amputated. thnt the contract will be awarded next 25 years Thomas A. Edithn inrnrnnp nf Kontuckv would have nent for publishing a private and confiIN the last week. nothing to do with the settlement of the . dential correspondence Mr. G. A. Swlnebroad reports that son hns been granted 711 patents, and question then in dispute, we gave him ho will go down In history as the great business had a good tone last Monday A SMALL handbill issued bpr EdiUir for a holiday court day. He says that And wo will help yoe. our full support as wo have always and Lew R. Brown, of the SpencerCourler, est b3nefaitor of hH 1 g J there were 250 cattle on bystander, 200 changing hands, stock tho mnrket. Our lU"t I'atent Flour. II 75 per cwt. of the demalways will to tho nominee John Easley, an Innocent cattlo selltelling of tho fire atTaylorsville, shows IJeiit Molted Corn Meal SOc per liu. ocratic party, whose nomination has that be was burned out lock, stock and was shot and dangerously Injured dur- ing at l$ to 4 cents, anil butcher stuff lkHt I.if Lnrd, fijc per pound. Ed Cook and Holllo 2 to .1 cents. Mr. Swlnebroad sold 25 been secured in tho proper way. The barrel. He promises to Host Collec. 10c per pound. rise Phoenix ing a duel betweon county. yearlings to Cyrus Eason ut $25. 10 to Tho Noted Tom Boy Soap, I cakcn for 5o, editor of tho Post can make no point by like from the ashes in a few days and if Tinslev In Shelby W. G. Anderson at $20 and 10 cattle Three pound Can ltcst Tomatoes for 3c. trying to impeachj our democracy. It his delinquents do not respond to his JeffBolton. colored, accused of burn- to Poor & Embry at 05. J. V- - MilCalifornia Evnxiratcd I'enchw, 10c per pound. white man,, ler bought 20 calves of W. G. AnderIs sans reproche, as we Frenchmen say, appeal they should be cast in " that lake ing a barn and shooting ata and hang son at $22. Plug horse- and mules I'riiuuH, 8 per pound officers can hope to make of and Editor Knott ItCHt Apple Vinegar ITxj per gallon. hie, where weeping and gnashing of was taken away from Bridge, ua. were plentiful but prices were low. nothing by adopting tho Ohio method teeth is the only pastime. ianilnrd Kiro Proof Oil per gallon. ed by a mob at Wood's young men for All " Prlmo Whito Oil, 8 cr gallon. of resenting an Insult by saying Covington. Joe Johnson shot Mrs takingpraise Is'dno our a YouMg.Men's At organize steps to Wo guarantee every article to satisfy you and deliver goods at your 'You're another." cost $250,000,000 to whip Spain, Julia Anderson, perhaps fatally, and Christian Association here. Rev. II door in town. And now Mr. Knott a word of friend- -' exclusive of the $20,000,000 that Mc thon committed suicide becauso tho N. Faulconer Is tho promoter and ho has secured names enough to make It ly advice. You are bilious; your liver Kinley wants to mako her a present of. woman refused to give him money. now the senior off- a success. They will meet In a hall, is badly out of order. Crab Orchard . There is going to be much opposition Adm. Dewey Is have a library of the best reading matsalts taken In broken doses will help to the payment of tho bonus and mem-yo- icer of the American navy, having ter, hold regular meetings, havo talks Lnrgest retailers of fine Groceries in the world. 5(1 stores in Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio. but your case la a desperate one (bers of tho House are getting In shape reached that position through the re- from older men and engage their time W. II. WEAKEN, MANAOan. and drastic remedies aro demanded. , to orate and vote against It o the last. tirement Sunday last of Adm. Bunce. so as to prepare themselves for usefulness in any walk of life. This is n Take a big dose of calomel, then follow It Is a pity they can't defeat It. "Dude" Williams, son of a much better than spending their idle up "with another laxative and If you it Henderson merchant, had both moments in loafing, tattling, drinking, IN two years the money circulating do not feel better, try a dpse of strych-- 1 eyes put out by the premature explo- playing cards and attaching cr.us to n who do nine and cease your troubling. You, in the United States has increased rear ends of dogs. sion of powder during a Christmas the aspire to things highThooennobling and not - 000,000, or approximately, $500,000 has never win the confidence of democelebration. will never do any good for themselves crats again, no matter how long you j been added during every day for that Time locks don't keep burglars out. or their fellowmen. may live or how earnest may be your period, says an enthusiastic republican Tho young peoplo are haying to safe of tho American National protestations of repentance for sins of! exchange, that had just gotten hold of Tho 2 many entertainments and receptions Bank at Lima, O., was entered and commission as well as omission. You a quarter of a dollar, keep up them as that I stolen, tho burglars having no sign did 40 cannotago, and ifwithfall to men I 'You but will do so I years are a dead cock in tho pit, old boy. The tlon all of them, 1 plead ago as an exThe Hopklnsvllle Kentuckian round- - of their being there. re-- 1 democrats wont have you and the A young miner attended a dance cuse. Tho younger class had a phan tlllhllnjlna ilnn't. irnnf. vin nnil If Vrtll eu out a prosperous existence 01 -- u near Birmingham and when his sweet- tom party at Mrs. Jennie West's on . EdUP C M. Meacham ,! knon nn na j vmwhn enjoyment wui .... year9 lll8t -U.US.W .Tnhn UUUU alnn refused to danco with him be- Tuesday night and theuugnes recolvcd complete. Miss May M. Atherton was defeated for Congress, is getting to be one of the old land- heart cause ho was Intoxicated, ho got an ax on the same cvenlne in honor of her you will soon be without a constituen marks in journalism, in addition to beand fatally wounded four of her boaux. guest, Miss Mary Packard, of Indeing one of its brightest exponents. This mems YOU If yon owo mo. cy, no matter how many, schemes GUI pendence, Mo. AboutGOwero Two prominent financiers of S5. Jo- refrechmonts were served and oresont, Boyle may Invent to keep one lor you. octhe POLITICAL POINTS, seph, Mo., were found dead in their casion was one of joy and merrlmont. in robust It is roported that our young folks will Justin S. Moruill, of Vermont, for Notice of contest has been served on beds Monday. They had been 31 years member of the U. S. Senate, Congressman-elec- t health, and the coincidence of their go to Crab Orchard next Monduy or Gilbert. much Tuesday to have a bop This is a joke died of grip at Washington Tuesday, Col. Bryan, in his speech at Lincoln, mysterious deaths has caused on Lancaster. They need not go away aged 83. Before being elected Senator Neb., said: "The gold standard has speculation. as they could bo accomodated here, BUY YOUH- he had served In the House 10 years. wrought more injustice in our country Arbucklo Bros.' Chicago house has bat they aro liable to mako such His term as Senator would not have in the last 25 years thun Spain has begun selling sugar direct to retailors, breaks. expired till 190(1. He was a merchant wrought In all her colonies." Ignoring the jobbing trade. Sales to NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. before entering Congress and to tho 'The total export and Import trade retailers were made at 6 20 per pound body ho took fine business methods and of the entire group of Philippine Is- for stanoard fine granulated, which No. 187 got tho big doll at A. B. of a cent uudor the Robertson & Bro's., Danville, and Iko he made a hobby of finance and com- lands, with their almost barbarous pop- was and Ad Lanier hold It. merce. His successor will, of course, ulation of 8,000,000, is not half as much trust price. Hugh Smith, who killed Marshall bo a republican as the measly little as the trade of the city of In all probability we shall soon havo Atlanta," n Jones, colored, at Danville, proved self Oranges. JJananas, Cuke, Crnckem, of lfX),000 mou; a State he hailed frqm grows no other says the Journal of that city. a standing array battleships are in pro- - defense und was acquitted. kind of people. The peaco treaty will be presented to Herman Kelt., grandson of Judge navy de Congress Jan. 4, when tho president .noa nf nnnfctructlon. and the Posey, had his foot torn off by tho disA Tjispatcii says that "a handsome a1 decided to distribute charge of his gun In Anderson. portrait of Gov. Rerlah Magollln, who will ask that ho be Immediately author- partment has Henry Thompson Craig, an old and n tons of coal for our fightserved as chief executive of the Stato ized to pay to Spain tho $20,000,000 conwill be handy in respected citizen of Danville, after a the treaty. This will ing ships where it from September 1859 to September, templated by by short illness, died Monduy, aged 80. require action tho House as well as case of emergency. 1802, was received at the executive deAt Isaac's store, in Jackson county, the Senate. Mason Mitchell, the actor who left at a turkey shooting, Frank Cornelius partment at Frankfort, Saturday, and "Senator Goobel is the choice of all the Rough shot and killed Andy Combs over a was placed in tho gallery of former our part of the country for the demo- the stage to enlist with Riders, and who was wounded in front turkey. governors collected by Gov. Bradley." cratic gubernatorial nomination," said In Richmond, The sheriff of Fayette county has atLamps, Ac, at Kock Iloltom Cash Prices only at Garrett It may be a good picture of the gov- Judgeas far as IS. Wall, of Maysville, of El Caaby, lectured "and can see and bear has Va., to an audience which packed the tached upward of 10,000 in the Phoenix ernor, but as we remember him, it the race already won in a walk. Goobel National said to belong to Col. Jack would take an artist with the wildest has his race won from work be did in Academy of Musio to ita doors, and he Chlnn, to satisfy a judgment rendered of Imaginations to make him hand-soe- the past, which the democrats are go- was hissed off the stage because of a by the Fayette circuit court for 94,500 HIGG-INju iMYur vi iurv ucmc iu. Vsritwjuru ing to remember and repay." vulogy to the Negro soldiers. ment. very luminously. Two years. great ranch. Hnhort Uavs. of South Bond, Intl., Dec 30. lS98 looms up G. R. Bailey, deputy marshal at Glas. ago, at least 60,000,000 of tho peoplo of drank carbolic acid when his young sou gow, who was accidentally shot Monthis country had never heard of him. Ho was a briefless lawyer In an unimportant Ohio town and until McKinlcy thrust him upon tho country as a Sec retary of State, ho was to honor and to fame unknown. Since then ho has become a very Important character In history and If his lord and master lives he will continue to bu thrust forward. As chairman of tho peaco commission he has'ust handed the treaty of peace to the president, who, it is said, will havo a circuit mado for him In Ohio and nppolnt him to a U. S. judgeship, until a vacancy occurs In the supreme court bench, when ho will olovato hlra to it. For eo light a man mentally us well as physically, Mr. Day's record Is unparalleled and shows what can be done for a man, who was unable to do anything for himself. aro born grout, others aohlcvo greatness while others havo greatnest thrust upon thorn. In tho latter list, Win. R. Day, of Canton, O., SOMi: men BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. r City Judge Bullock and Wllla Vlloy, A Mayllold firm gave away 100 Pnvnttn. am nranarlnc to open a pounds of stick candy as an advertise Two saloons at Mt. Sterling, burned causing a toss of $tk000. Season's Greeting Wore W. P. WALTON. j 0 1 , 11 Than JlI Satisfied . 1 1 IPXfT 71 JLji JL JEjL jtaL TTTfYVTfr JMLJTJ .-ra j so-cai- tea self-defens- e, Happylewjear - re-cel- to-sa- y WINTEK GOODS Col-20- Blood-poisonin- g al B.PG.TlSrS- - gov-sever- al i..r I The Louisville Store. Kin-nair- n, $15,-00- TO SAVE MONEY 11 - lc It u, 1 BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO. well-know- i SICiO,-ca- I Don't Want To Sue Me. $18,-10- ! ,....,, .. ! If You Don't Pay -- MARK HARDIN. one-eigh- th Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Gfyarber Sets, Differ $eist Tea Sets, Coal Yase5, S Jr half-doze- first-clas- s half-millio- e. & McKINNBY'S. iJ.-- ? 2 r I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Kv., E. M at Hlgglns - Dec. 30, 1898 MAJfAOKit. 0. Waltok, Busixias Yni'i! Atutrtr trlvoa Vim tild rll?llt prescription, but unless It la properly tilled, you can't reasonably expect good rottutU. It Is always accurately prepared and of the very beat tuatcrl nls ut Penny's Drug Store. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. II. J. MCKOUBUTH lias been tick several days. Miss Mamib LVNN Is vJsltlng friends in Danville. l'ROF. T. M. GOODKNIGIIT, pf is here. Miss Ji:as Dick, of Crab Orchard, It with Miss Tovls Carpenter. Cnr-rollton, MtSSKS LOU18K AND KVKI.YN EAST-LAN- D children Mils. KD WlLICINSON.'-.anuro visiting her parents in Casey. W.J. I'kick, circuit clerk of Doyle, whs hero on legal business Tuesday. J. II. IlKIDla spending a few days with his homofolks at Hustouvllle. Miss Iua IIowlanu, of Is tho guest of the Misses Deck. Hev. Milks Saunukhs spent a few days with his son, Hon. J. N. Saunders. JOB F. I'KICK, of Lancaster, spent several days with his uncle, Dr. A. S. Price. Mil. AND MliS. T. A. HICK, ol Cumberland Gap, are guests of Mrs. Lou Shanks. Miss Lkk Bomirrr, of Dmvllle, spent suveral Jays with Mis Lillle Nicholas-vlllo, are visiting at I'arksvlllo.' lot of Oliver plow just received MONKY to loan on real estate at 0 & MoKlnnoy's. per cent. Apply ut this olllco. No . small sums loaned. The Cash system Is very satlsfnc-tor- y and it will bo my terms' for 1809. Beginning Jan. l. 1800. ray terms W. H. MoRobcrts will bo strlctlv cash, which moans I will credit nobody. A. S. Price, DentYouil nccount at Uenzley Bros' sta-bl- o ist. t is ready for you. Please don't make THE Stanford and Lancaster beaux It necessary for us to cill on you, but are arranging ro ph a dance at Crab pay It at once. Orchard Springs Monday night, Sax-toTim biggest show we havo had this to furnish tho nuslcand Mine Host Christmas vus the eclipso of the moon. Hofmann thu supper. . . It roe eclipsed Tuesday and staid so Big Hog. G. T. Ashlock tells us for several hours. that hu killed a hog yesterday that THE shortest days were nine hours weighed 1100 pounds and whose melt and eight minute;--. They urc two or measured .'I feet 2 inches. Mr. Ashlock three minutes longer now and we will is a truthful young man, or theso statesoon bo asking: Ain't thedays getting ments might be called Into question. . . long? THE masquerade party given by the UNLESS you pay us y or V. A. M. Society at Mayor J. N. Mene-fee'tho new year will catch you owing proved to bo at very largo as It for your home paper. Don't let this was an Interesting and enjoyable funchappen, but scntl or bring the money at tion. There wero 102 guests present. onco. 00 of whom were marked, many of A THIEF got oil with two ganders them most nrtistical y. Nearly everyand live geese belonging to Morris thing was represented from Uncle Sam Fred, wh'o says hu will give 81 for their to a Chinaman by tho boys and from return or for tho rascal who stole tho iNTEitigu JoniNAL to n flower girl by tho girls. The Society enterthem. tained with Miss Mattlo Menefcc, the Hkmbmhek the entertainment for the hostess, at tho head and everything bonctlt of tho Stanford Colored High was done to make tho guests happy. School at Walton's Q peril House to- Wo havn't the names and characters night, :Juth. Seats will bo reserved for of tho party, but wo do know that white people uud the admission will bo pretty llttlo Miss Evelyn Eastland 2.")C. only Die? n to-da- tho week of prayer In unison. Monday i night Rev. J. B. Crouch will conduct the meeting at tho Presbyterian'", church; Tuesday night Rev. S. M.Ran- -' kin will conduct at tho Baptist church; j& Wednesday night will bo devoted to feJ separate prayer meetings; Thursday jSf night Rev. S. M. Allen will conduct' Sp th meeting at the Methodist church '.W nmU'i.liln.r nll,i T.... Itr XT will preside at tho mooting at the jJ I Let Us Thank You For your pntronago during the year about to close and invite you to 1 Christian church. UND No. 1 . AND STOCK. milk cow and calf for sale. S. W. Givens, Shelby City. John II. Cash bought in Pulaski a small bunch of feeders ut 3 to 3c. Nice smooth yoke of young 1,150 pound cattle for sale. B. K. Wearen & Son. it Trade With Us Tho coming year. Wo have sold you goods cheaper than many who make more than wo do, and propose to still after ' m m Clarence Coletelephoned us from Casey yesterman day that SherltT James Brown shot and killed James Chapman at Yoscmlte Wednesday when he resisted arrest fpr Killing in Casey. selling liquor. RENTED. Dr. W. N. Craig has rented thu rooms over H. J. McRoberts' JOHN W. TUHM:y and Joseph Doggs, store, advertised In this paper, to J. F. of Richmond, wero guests of James T. Holilam and W. S. Burch and Mr W. Menefco. II. Biggins the one over Craig & Hock-or'- s Bonn to tho wife or Albert Severance store to that firm. on Thurtday wording, a son Iluiith Severance. THE Masons hero J. N. Miss Ida Macadams, of Mt. Ver- Saunders worshipful muster: chose non, is tho guotk of Miss Cathorlno Geo L. Penny for senior warden; Rev. Baughman. R. B. Mahony for junior warden; A. C v Mil EDWAUO StJSvhk, of Nashville, Sine for secretary and treasurer and hai been here again 10' see hi pretty H. J. Da rat for Howard and tiler. Toy ton. m m sweetheart. JriKJB J. days with hU daughter, Gregory, in Covington. evoral TlIEltE was all sorts of weather TuesH. I). day, ironi fair to heavy snow, and the mercury went down that night to 15. Wallaci: McCi.uhk, son of C. C. Wednesday and yesterday wero bright McClure, of Crab Orchard, Is conva- and beautiful and the signal service lescing from n severn spell of pneu- says It will be clear and colder today. ' monia. MlSSKS HllODA LlNSKOI(t and NanCHARLES SCMNEK, colored, was arnie VanDoveer went over to Mt. Ster- rested and placed In jail Tuesday night ling Tuesday to vUlt Mrs. VI. H. by Dcuuty SherilT D. H. C. Peyton Bright charged with breaking into Columbus CaTT. J. B. Docoi.ah, of Jolllco, Wheeler's house at Morclunduod stealwith a dozen or so Knights Templar ing a pistol and some money. His trial went to Lebanon yesterday to attend is feet for tomorrow. their lodge. Till. Last. A dispatch says that MK. E. W. SMITH, of the leading Row-se- y Arm of civil engineers at Norfolk, Va , John Rowsey, tho last of the old family, died at Junction City, aged camo Tuesday to ecu his children .it 70 years. He was tho only ono of the Col. T. l Hill's. wlfo of Lu Carlo Brlttian, who seven boys to die without his boots on, TlIK Is a sister of Mrs. W. II. Shank, pre- and probably tho only one who had not sented him with an heir at Annapolis, killed, or helped to kill, his man. Mil., a few days ago. OlMt insomnia remedy Is likely to Mir. F. HKID has resigned as a memmake us famous, it has been copied ber of tho board of trustees of fetanford from the Big Sandy to tho Mississippi Female College and Mr. J. S. Hocker and everybody who has tried it prowas elected lu till bis vacancy. nounces It A 1. Our only regret now Mlt, C. M. Hiatt, of Drodbcad, a is that we did not patent It so wc could good friend of thlB paper, was hero have launched forth as a patent mediWednesday. W. M. I'oynter, also of cine man. Rockcastle, was hero the same day. ALL Fkee. The Boyle county court Mas. Mahy Owsi.KY, who has mado bought thu Stanford turnpike at $700 a her home with her son, Geo. B. Hopper, has moved to town and will live mile and now ali the roads in the coun with her daughter, Mrs. Mattlo With- ty are free. Turnpike bonds to tho amount of $10,000 will bo sold at aucers. MISS MlN'Xin MUNDAY entertained tion Jan. 14. They are to bear 4 per in honor of Messrs. Ernest Snider and cent, and to mature in 15 years, payable Loven Melton, of Nelson county. A $:J,000 per year after 1101. number of belled and beaux or town DH. Takdif has an Ulster Counwere present and all had a nice time. ty Gazette, of Jan. 4, 1S0O, which ho Miss Ruth Ellison has rsign(d says his father has had In his possession ju teacher In the primary department ever slnco he could remember and of Stanford Femalo College, on account which the old man said ho had had for of 111 health, and Miss Eudora Axtell, 50 years. It looks llko the genuine arof Edmlston.lll., has been elected In ticle, but as so many fac similes were her stead. made for tho Centennial at PhiladelS. W. Mbnkfee tells us that Mrs. phia It is hard to distinguish. M. T. Long, of Danvlllo, loft WednesI. O. O. F. LODOE, No. 150, elected day for Chicago to seo u long lot brother, Absalom Robinson, who Is In the following ollicers Tuesday night: a hospital there. She has not seen Robert T. Lewis, NobluGrund; Sidney Johnson, Vice Grand; A. C. Sine, Sechim for 'U years. Esq., of London, was retary; John B. Morshon, Treasurer. W. R. Ramsey, here yesterday on route to visit his Tho Widows' and Orphans' Homo uncle, Dr. Ramsoy, at Lancaster. Mr. Committee is composed of A. C. Sine, Uamsoy has tho distinction of writing John B. Morshon and John A. Allen. on parchment tho present constitution They added 20 members to this lodge of Kentucky for Its tinal adoption by this year, of whom Ed Wilkinson got 10. . tho convention. deputy collector, of Hustonvillb. Tho entertainment Millahd West, Lancaster, was hero a short whllo Wcducsday evening for tho benefit of Tuesday returning from Jackson and tho C. W. B. M. and C. E. Socletlos, ItnnkciiHtlij counties, where he, with a by Miss Rlckman and Hustonvlllo posso, destroyed four Illicit distiller- talent, was pleasing throughout and ies and arrested tho owner of ono of about $35 was realized. Elbert Har them a man named Wolfe, who Is In per and Miss Edna Powell lcavo next week for Tcmplo Hill, tho former to jail at Mt. Vernon. Mlt. Clakkncb Coleman, our wide- take a normal courso in Davis' School awake Mlddloburg correspondent, now and tho latter to teach elocution in from tho war, was that Institution. L. C. Cubblns, of that ho has tho tirst tlmo Tuesday. He Chicago, is the truest of Miss Mary here for Holmes Lusk. ' Higglns Woods, of camo with G. S. Durham, who got Cincinnati, is with his mother. W. C. to marry Miss Pearl Roy, of which coromony was performed Greening and fatdlly havo taken rooms by Rev. J. F. Williams at 10 a. m. over James Fryo's store. Allen Bur-rusof Colorado, Is with Mrs. Nancy "Wednesday. Powoll. Mrs. John B. Rout is visiting LOCAL HAPPENINGS. in Bowllcg Green. Powell & Harper sold for John S. Goodo to an Albany, Window lights, putty, etc.. at Craig Mo,, man, a jack for 8200. They bought .SPHocker'a of various parties a carload of hogs at a full stock flooring, 3c, which Mr. Harper will take to JUST received Salisbury, N. C, next week. coiling nd finishing. A. C. Sine. pont Mrs. m I. Baiu:y m m m Eu-bank- s, s, Low-estPossib- le Samuel Cover, of Pulaski, sold at ii.: c? Lancaster Monday a bunch of cattle at 3.15 to 3.35. Hannibal Roxroat, of Adair, accidentally shot himself while huntiug. He lived but a few hours. II. V. Montgomery and Miss Bertha Our January Clenrance Sale offers many goods at ess than the cost to Sherley, only 14 years old, were mar produce Come and get your share. rled In Adair county this week. Hudson A Pago bought in Cumberland county 75 yearling cattle nt 3e and 100 sheep at $2 to $4. Adair News. Allie Bonner, a son of Robert Bonner, died In New York. He was a frequent visitor to the Lexington races. Dr. J. Harry Moore has bought the represented the Intekioic JOUHNAL J. M. Meyer (arm, 150 acres, on the and did both It and herself honor. Re- Perryvlllo pike from Stanley Caldwell freshments were served at the proper at $S0. Advocate. hour iul It was 2 a. M. before the last There wero 300 cattle on the Winof i im merry raakors took a reluctant chester market Monday, but buyers leave. were bcamj, best being slow at 4 and common running down to us low as 2c. matrwowOatters. O.. P. Huffman bought of Christ Wm. Day, S2, and Miss Minnfc Wilsome butcher stuff at 3c; of liams, 17, were married at Preston-bur- g Ben Bryant somo at 31 and of W. P. a lot at 2c. He bought of J. H. William Hughes and Miss Lucy Da- Tate Baughman a bunch of hogs at 3c. vis were married at Jeremiah Davlu' C. B. Hold's string, with tho excepTuesduy. tion of Eight Bells, has been dick since A. B. Morgan and Miss Pearl Gooch As the season is well ndvanced for this department we havo decided . rather thnt he has been at New Orleans', but the had their destinies united at Nathan above has made up for the rest. Ho carry any of this slock over we will offer the entire line Singleton's Wednesday. won again Monday, making two races Tho county .clerk of Owen Issued In three days to his credit. 10 marriage licenses Thurday. One of M. S. Baughman is driving his and the brides is II and two others 10. II. C. Baughman's speedy pacers to the Rev. and Mrs. Lewis Kensey will X)lo and they make a "cracking" good celebrate tho 01st anniversary of their team. Both are bays and are good If you haven't bought your A'fntcr Hut here Is your chance to make SI answer for marriage tomorrow In Wayne county, lookers. They are by Naboth. J. K. 2. We hAve some clegint pattern Hats and Bonnets, or you can select your stock, Ind. The Courier-Journ- al has decided the Baughman's great sire, and can do a and have them made at the same cost price. Misses' and Children's Hats go in this sale. Remember our vexed question by stating that u man is mile In less than 2:30 with case. The largest tobacco growers fh Kenan old bachelor at I!0 and a woman an tucky are G. G. and J. C. Hamilton, old maid at 25. of "Edgewood" farm, In Bath county. John B. Hutchlns, of Knox county, Assisted by 100 tenants, thoy cultivated Three dollar goods now out on the Bargnin Counter to close at $1 a pair. and Miss Ilnttlo May Elmoro were 100 acres of the "weed," and produced of l,fi(0 pounds of Bufley joined In wedlock's holy bond at Mrs. an average tobacco to tho acre, making In the agHarriett Elmore's Wednesday. gregate 000 hogsheads. diRobert Fisher has tiled suit for vorce at Kuttlnu, Kus., giving as his MT, VERNON, reason that his wifo drinks whisky to Josh Boroing will open a school at oxcess and chews and snutTs tobacco. Oak Hill. William Read, a gay old beau of 00, About $400 worth of presents were was married to Jennie Greenwood, aged on Christmas trees ut Livingston. 10, at Rlvorsldo, Mass. This is Willy's Christmas has passed off raoro quietthird launching upon the sea of matri- ly thau usual in this county. No killmony. ings to report. Robert Howell, of Dayton, O., shot Marshals Short and Rome Adams INand dangerously wounded his wifo in a brought a number of moonshiners from Wednesday, where they detit of jealousy. He claims she is in love Jackson with a member of the church choir In stroyed four stills. Bro. McGarvey, of Lexington, gave which she sings. an interesting lecture on "Palestine" B. G. Murphy, a Texas widower, and last Wednesday night at the Christian Mrs. MollleConnclley, a pretty church to u largo audlonce. For Next bO Days. widow, were married at the A large number of handsome preswas distributed from the Christcourthouse Wednesday by Judgo J. ents mas trees nt tho churches Saturday Crab Orchard, Ky. P. Bailey. ovonlng. Miss Eva Martin received Six monthi ago Prof. Lansing, of tho tho handsomest present at the ChrisReformed Theological Seminary at tian ciurch. New Brunswick, N. J., surprised tho Livingston Items. John Mnsreo is natives by marrying tho nurso of his quite ill. Tobe Lair and family spent Harry Mugeo first wlfo. Ho created another surprise Xroas with Judge Lair. and brldo have returned from Louis this week by suing for dlvorco. ville. Messrs. Walter Saunders and Mrs. Elizabeth Gilbert, 74. and Rev. Lewis Dillon wero hero this week. ATDr. Bclden. 78, wore married Sunday at Squire Ashley Owens is visiting in tho Wlnsted, Conn. The two were sweet- West. Tho uartv which went to Junction hearts 00 years ago, but Seth Thomas, the celebrated ulockmaker .and tho City last Sunday reports a very pleasant brlde's'father, broke oil the match. trip, although It was saddened by havBoth were subsequently married and ing to bid farewell to their beloved , The latest designs in Toilet Articles. Atomizers, Mirrors. widowed. friend and pastor. Tho Christian church there was us greatly grieved as RELIGIOUS MATTERS. tho Mt. Vernon church In giving up Bro. Boswoll. The large congregat'on Thero will be" communion services at was affected to tears, whllo the adieus after services were most touching. tho Presbyterian chur-- h Sunday. Best lino of DOLLS evor otlered for the money. The exercises before distribution of Tho Episcopal church statistics for Xmas presents by tho Christian S. S. tho year show: Communicants, 035,343, " were quite entertaining. Prayer by u gnln of 1,230. Supt. James Houk was followed by Rev. S. M. Rankin hus asked the song, "Christmas Bolls," by the chilmembers of his congregation and many dren with Miss Grace Cox at the organ. Jack Adams, others to join him in reading tho Blblo Recitations by Masterand Eula FreeMisses McClure, Amy through next year, and a largo number man. Reading, "Tho Song and tho Star" havo agreed to do so. by Mrs. Rosalind Nesbltt; "Christian Tho ladles of tho Old Union Chris- Soldiers" beautifully rendered by the class; Cleo Brown's S. tian church presented their pastor, boys of Mrs. Tlmo" by Miss S. Grace "Christmas Rev. J. T. Sharrard, with a handsome Cox's class nnd a 'song, "Remember the Bible for a Christmas gift. Mr. Shar- Poor," wero well received by an attentive audlenco that tilled tbo church. rard will preach for them next year. pleased to have All For tho 20th consecutlvo year Elder beenwent homo well there. John S. Sweeney was Sunday Mies Carrie Lair visited Mrs. Nesbltt as pastor of tho Paris Christian church. this week. Misses Etla and Delia Lang-sto- n by and Tola Pennington are guests of The election was by a unanimous vote, and he was granted a vacation for sev- Miss Emma Pennington. Harry Cllne and friend, from Cincinnati, wero up to eral months to recuperato his health. seo some of bur young ladies last MonDuring his absence his pulpit will bo day, but too late. Misses Mary and Ida flllod by his brother, Elder Zaeh Tyreo aro guests of. Miss Rosa Gentry. Sweeney, who ranks next to Elder John Miss Jessie McNeil, of Pittsburg, passSunday. Miss Mary Sweeney In tho affections of this, con- ed up to Lorotto of Miss Bessie Houk. Durham is guest gregation. Paris News. Miss Annlo Thompson gave a party Prof. E. L. Grubbs writes that a vary Thursday ovonlng. E. E. Protheroe largo crowd, many from distant coun- was in town last Monday. Miss Ida May Adams is visiting Miss Katherlno ties, attended Rev. Ira M. Boswell's Baughman at Stanford. Miss Berda last scrvico at Junction City and thero Martin was tho guest of Mrs. Cloo wero many in tears as they bado him Brown. Misses Lcttio Caldwell and good-byHo left at 3:43 a. m. Monday SallloCook visited Miss Alza Logan Brown. Mrs. Schooler and Miss Callte over tho L. & N. for Meridian, Miss., Adams aro guests of Mrs. L. B. Adwhero he will tako charge of a church. ams. Miss Georgia McFerran was in ., Rev. Mills, of Falmouth, arrived hero town this week. Mrs. M. J. Millcr-,JrMiss Mao Miller aro visiting In Monday to tako charge of Bro. Bos- and Garrard. Mrs. Wash Hansel and Miss Vehicles of A'l Kinds. well's pulpit. Ho moved Into Mr. Iola aro vrsltlng relatives In Bedford, Trlbble's new cottage, near Mr. Airy Ind. Mrs. Whitehead is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sallle Williams. MaurDunn. The churches here will observe the ice Brown Is in from Jelllco. s, f Reliable Goods at the Prices For Cash. SEVERANCE & ' J' l $1 ! l J SOVS. OUR 11 JlilliDery : Stock ! Goes Now At 'COST. At Actual Cost Special Offer In Ladies' Shoes. -- JOHN P. JONES. Great Barg ams -- OVERCOATS & MACINTSHES W. MUl-edgevl- llo E. PERKINS. BTOlTSXiTIl -- CRAIG & HOCKBR'S Books by Standard Authors at 15c HEATING STOVES AT COST Country Produce Wanted BEAZLEY & CARTER. - PI .M a1 Brown Wagons Timothy and' Clover Hay, Spring "Wagons, '? e. Buoards, TJ. - etc. 2D- - IBIRIGKEIT. ' iiMMJttJJL'lM'tf "I"- 'rsi - : ; . THEINTERIORJOURNAL YJPia'blSj-l-oAI'ttc-A- a:-- L.' IV jw When 11.. At- -- 3s&& -- kWAiWi I iapKQr-n:!nlHalM SWfflMVHilSfc' JH1 mWUIkam. MtWPtf 1 Willi Pill in ii I1 l NOTICEr. The Partners llnnlc k rust On . located i nt Stanford, in Uin Slate, ot KmiUick closing uf Un i.irnln. All creditor of salt Hank therofaiv nrt hereby notified j prr nt their cialmsngnlitslhald Hauk fur par mont. J. H.OWSLKY. IVslncr Tlu I.'nrsilii ltuiiiv N'atfminl Until, n' Stanford. Ky . ha mioceedeil the riirnir Hank A Trust (Jo . uf Stanfonl. K imc. Ims tiNsii'sud all Its lliiblllllitrf, nt-inin s amiMaViiiPW RingwtUw&dae Rlaginthetruo" bring to you bt new and true from the We neV forests Ot INOCWaV W-T- l "CH-EMEWYEttl- .1 not o paid 33. CO will e charged lirjiiKH IEWW? No. C IV li TIME. CIBD icFArfcaflB TgaerlrSgsr' iiJlraaji-- jlifflBMESsJiMHKtHS weir iMJSTSDlHif FSHwflSStoMSlSli "Ring oat tlw 84 Ring in the new D " A - W28S0 wmmmm "SB NI would find it an mipaMiblo. tasl; to de eutiro hurfHUSM. S. J. It. .mtANKP, II OttiM.KV. Protdd I'liahlct i,t KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. No. 5 Arrrltes st Stanford at 1:03. a. m. 2:10 X. U. 4 leaves Stanfonl at No. 21 Arrlres at Rowland at 12:0U 1DAT. . Loaves Stanfonl at - i':30 No. iF.; H If ?; and Ibz Paris atg:40 a. p. M., connecting at (Sconce- tt9:20A.M and 9.30 reaching Kranklort at 11. 5J and Q. A towawlth a ttnr, Andtha ceiis 1U com. ing heraM with t? . near thlr mualc tunefularid far; In' the heart echoes I can hCar their crlailn and clen. ". of KNOXVILLE DIVISION. For tho gentle chimes are. rinsing: "Pypl ' on earth, good will to meni" ,U 37 p in Dawns the New Year with a beauty that no North ............ No. 14 Train going . 2 4laa No. M eartWy tongue can till, m 12 4.1 .... outh No. 25 ' ..... 1 21 in "Lit a great and happy nation evermore NO.23' , 0 the chorus swell; ForalllPolnts. Over mountain, plain and prairie, o'erth ever restless sea KO'JGII TICKEI"S fcOLD. Floats 'neathlhe bell to musical the baa IlAGOAdB CHECKED TIlKOUOn. ner of tho free. For anr Information enquire of From the Orient old in story, with it 1UCE, Agent, JOE S. legends fond and sweet, Stanfonl, Ey, Blessed by many an eager watcher, comb the New Year's baby feet; 'FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. And I lose the bclia a rndment as I turn aside to know Trains leave Frankfort at 6:30 a. M.anJ S r. jr., That, with a smite, our newest guest Is onnecllDg at Georgetown with (J. A C. and reach , coming with trio snow. 6.10 r. M. LeaT Paris m. XVB "M N THE twilight Of thecentury ahlnca tho Xow Ttarllka taC hi iWT C3C.l.Li W ey a Pine-TarHon- Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to of the Lungs and Branchial Tubes. Thfl sore, weary coughwom Lungs oro exhilarated ; the microbe-bearin- g ruicus is cut out ; the cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are heated and soothed so that thero is no Inclination to cough. SOLO BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS I AM 88 aay remedyYEARStoOUD. Well's equal Dr. it irlvw qalek and rersaaaeat relief ta grip aaxreUMceofha and colds. Itmakes 1 -- 1, Cure for coughs, eclds and all Inflamed surfaces a Pl&aMLnt, Permanent, Positive Dattlas Only, 25a., 50o. and $1.00 Sizes BE SURE YOU GET and never tasted Dr. EtSI's Pinc-Tsr-Hon- ty -- ' "J7;:tjosEriin.yEAVToy. a ft 1 t l" i ' l? ' Li If r.' Fence. An4 the New Year greets the nations- with CypressShingles. the muela of Its chlcaes As they echo, echo, echo In a thousand dis. Tralna pas Junction City as I ollows: tant climes. 4 11pm Ho. 1 South .....l?a p m No. 2 North 513 a tn " " --...3 41 am It greets the sunny southland where the ....H No. 8 " ( roses bloom and blow, 1118am " 6 ' . 13lpm No. 5 " " -- ....80Spin "10 " ......GOOaraa It bmllco upoh the corthland In Its garni- No. GL I No. 1 does not stop. No 2 stops only for psen-ger- tutu va o(iu from South of feomemet. 9 and 10 run no funblda tho west "Good morning" from itsr It 8 and 6 only to SomMill the than Junction City and nigneat mountain peaK, Metal Hoofing. erset. And stops to greet the busy east with ever glowing cheek. Methlnks that In Its coming I can read a CRAB ORCHARD. wondrous tale. Tinlike the advent of those years that made. Of No, BU l'ourth Avo OTmto preacher- - of tho Latter Day the bravest quail, It seems to linger, like a Rephyr Saints doctr,iuo have arrived at Mt. For around - from th sea, Camp-bo- ll The beauty and the fervor of the .Man of Vernon aftcna ye'ar'Aeojouru In WU!.xntihc preach-in- p Galilee. coucty, . Asaph Hotel, Stanford, TuesSt. in a day ? The glorious crown of vicjory we proudly day, Jan. 3, 1899. wear again, tt(:c' and Jeaao D. Columbia stands erect whero fell the gon Mr. tMaret, of Mt. Voruon,rwere gtieats , Returning one day lu each month. i falon of. Spain; I listen to the New Year's bells and hear in uttho family reunion of Mr. Curtla Made from pure each sweet peal House. An Eves Examine! aai Glasses S:louUfl:aU7 The echoes of the suns that broke the Gover Tuesday at the Gover (63) Adjusted. cream of tartar. power of Castile decant spread waa enjoyed. James Oaks, living: near Kruerjer, A. S. O speed the guest departed Into years that are no more, waa awarded tho $."0 range at Bustln's And greet tho New Year's 'coming from reBurgeon 6tore on his being tho nearest guess as motest shore to shore; Like a sunburst on a mountain dawna the to tho number ot beans, chestnutsshot, Dentist, morning of Its time, bullets, etc., contained in a half gallon And the New Year in Us glory crowns with promises our clime. jar. Alum biking powders are ihe greatest IfBcaorar McKoberta' Dru Store In thtCUwalay aacnacers to ncalth of the present day. Rich and poor can hall Its coming to tho YOLCAMC EltUITIOXS (Jnlldlrif. palace and the cot; oi Joy. bnt Skin Eruption toh life WJYAl BAX1N0 POWCfB CO., NW YORK. 'It brings the day of better things, the old Are grand, Arnlra Uucklea'a tJre cures them; atw Old, Itun. . year Is forgot; Wo weave for that a shroud of snow, and slug and Ferer Sore, Clcera, Holla, Feloaj, Corni, D. D. S., In the morning clear Warts Cuta, llrul, Uurna, H'ald, Chpd W. S. With anthems which no sorrow know we Hand, Ctil'.Malnt. Heat pile cure on earth. IriTca greet the glad New Year. out pain aad ache. OnlyM cents h box. Cure MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. O Child of Tlmel thy dawning let the na- -l guaranteed Sold at l'enn)'s Irug ritore. Teeth Extracted WithoutPain ! : tlons hall with joy. . at With Vitallxrd Air. Physician In atUMid-auc- e. Bring u that happiness and peace that A farmer's Institute will be held (Newly furnished; clean bedB; eplcndsd never knows alloy; Lebanon, Jan. 27-3- 0. Portera Aye, 'mid the music of the bells melodious tabic. . Everything first-clas- a. Olllce in the Now Thompson llullulnp. 78 89 acd sweet ihwt all trains. May every person hear with Joy the patter of thy feet! The balances of God doth weigh the future A meetlnjrof tho stockholders of tho Ratvast and .great, hold at But let us to the New Year turn with mind ional Bank of Hustonvlllo will ho th6 2nd their banking hpuse in Hustonvlllo 0 and heart elate: 18 With the old, old year behind us, In the Tuesday in January, 1S00. between and A. m.. for the pnrlKe of electing nine direcmorning bright and clear, Let all the world take hdrie and greet the tors to fcove tho ensuing year. J. W. llbCKEK. Cashier Heaven-seNew Year. T. C. HARBAUGH. , QUEEN & CRESCENT." - a. o. p. a. the islands of the oceans, on tho peopled lands afar Shines with majesty transcendent hoary On wek Pxteea&,Jur UBan roa. Km. M. A. Metcalfe, earth's Immortal star; termine the precise tunc of tho dawn of Lqulsvlllo. Ky,, tho new year. That very progressive, ancient people, the Montana, found it in March, this explaining why tho List four months of AMERICAN & EUROPEAN tho year are named, roieetivoly, ocveilth, eighth, ninth and tenth. When the present division of time was, reached tho JcouoclnsU The Lailios.IWstHiirntit Ib the fhicM In did not ileum it n matter of any importance to fit the names to the changed condition, the city. Kvorv olivunlenoo for ladW hut prcKorved tho otdor and nomenclature siendiug the dav In the city, GcnlluBin's Cafe on utllcu floor. fixed by Cicar. The Hebrews hold fast to an entirely different date, the Chineoc to anTHOMASA. MULLIGAN, s other, the Pcrainna. to another nnd tho Mannger. to another, licoause of their refusal to adopt the Gregorian calendar. .Music Tuosdiiv, Thursday and Sunday Hut custom honor any observance and in Kvonln. timo makes a naint of it. Many centuries have elapsod aiucc the leading countries of Kurope accepted January 1 as the initial day ot tho J ear, and tho rule was brought over to America by our Pilgrim fathers nnd the Jamestown settlers. In the absonwof any preofito tho contrary, and because thera must bo n (darting point somewhere, this is as good a time as any for adding an advance figure to the terminal one which marks tho number of years that havo elapsed tine? the LOUISHILLE HOTEL! .. 11.A8. st . H Kus-sian- k Insurance Company OF IIKOOKLYN. Iron Chnst-birt- u A. CSINE, (STANFORD, KY. A j& Work. RoVal against alum DR. R. GOLDSTEIN, LouIsvillev- Kentucky, Baking Powder .Safeguards the food ThetaLcgln ,twf5J WroarentV PRICE, Stanford, Ky. Mason Hotel BEAZLEY, L,ancast cr,Ky. Iancastcr, Kentucky. Stockholders' Meeting. jtG.JyTcGtAy UccauM men hnvo determined to mark it is tho dawn of a new year, by the nhecr forco of association they have seen fit to connect it with everything that is new. It is then that business men balance their books and take a new start; it is then that humsnity takes on a spasm of penitence and decides that it wtll put off this or that bad habit and begin all over again. It it a day of throwing away of pies and tobacco, the eschewing of the wine that is red and tho scaiingof the lips against lying speech nnd all manner ot oatlj. On thf principle that it Is better to try to do right and fail than not to try at all, tho New Year resolutions might l pronounced an unqualified succcu. 1.1 ut if one look for permanent results from this nlmost universal practice his search will be as empty as that of the cynical old philosopher who wont about with Ins lantern trying to Hud un honest man. One should expect much scriousnes in a day like tins; for if it be tho of n new year it prool.tims the resurrection-len- s death of the old year. And it m a very aolemn matter to think of the dead that shall not live again, whethor the corprt he those of tilings or men. The good resolves come of the memory of the fruit lent, or chaffy or bad grain harvest of tho time that shall not bo again. The holy resolutions, numberless as the sands upon the are no tinny witnesses to tho truth that man, aa a rule, would like very much to be good, and his failure to reach his ideals is due more to the infinite wen knew of the flesh than to any downright depravity, Tho old year has gone into the infinite, shadowy past, out of which troop theghoit of things. The new onr is on with IU uncertainties, its promises, its hopes, its ambitions and its vonitied, none of which may possibly assume shape until after their If it wero not for hope the heart would grow cold nnd die. So with the exuberance that is Iwrn of the presence of the optimistic deity, man echoca the scnti-mon- t of the innsaos. "The old is dead; on with the new." sea-shor- e, real-izatic- n. at llethl-het- c, Caledonian Co., oi : Insurance Scotland. , KOUNUItD iHOS. R.B.MAHONY, Agt 8TAN10KD, KY POSTED. J J. jMHtrd our laiiids and herelV Volnnwarn all vthiiik from tnvpassingou tlui for any jirjoii whcitever,under cnultj of the law jcfittdiHl In tuch(cas H. II HAPnilMAN. NEWI.ANIU J. V, HAUII.MAN, A. M. PEM E. K. K IWTTKKSON ftt . HAPOIIMAN MRU. V ORIMlsi. S. II. MIANK'N .'. K LYNN II. .MrKINNEV. A. M K ELAN 1 1. 5. r OW8I.EY.su !' M. WAUIi iiitrri. SOTICK. Is horeby given to all persons holding L n coin County Konds of mrltsj lt"S. opt J 1 1 prevent same to the undersigned Commit toe for iKiTmei.t. This October IT, lM's J AS. V HAILIY (1EO. II ("OOPLR; HARVEY HELM DR. R. M. PH6LPS, homeopathio:physioian SURGEON, & Stanford, - '- - Kentucky. McKlnnev's Store. Oniceovcr Higglns' fl. C; RUPLEY, Stanford, Ky., william rtossKn connE. Future I'lnim. "Are you going to turu over a new leaf January 1?" "If thcro are any more left." Chicago ANSWERED. J. T. SUTTON, fiuatonville, ; Undortukor, - The Merchant Tailor, .Kentucky Ltt ,1 nt Record. i , " MTW YE Ml HESOL.TJTIOXS. Stockholders' Meeting. A meeting of tho stocklioldcn TWO POINTED QUESTIONS Oilers his tertlica to the jeopl of West Llteotn snd Coj counties Full slock ot CoBmand staalwayion hand I), S. garpeiiter. Manager. SKL "" . 5. JS 4 J AAA '" n1 National Bank of Stanford will ho hold at their banking house tho second TuciHlty In Jannary, 16P0. for tho pnrposo of elc,ctln"rll directors for tho ensuing year. JOHN J, McIlUHEUTS, CmlllurV" of thcHrst VV UNDERTAKER! ,f 6r Stockholders' Meeting. And Dealer STANFORD, in &C. KY. IV aAHlTESS, SADDIiEEY, A meeting f the stockholders of Olio Lincoln Oounty National Hank of Stanford will be held at their banking houo the second Tuesday in Jannary, lbuO, for thopurposc of electing 11 directors for tjie cnaulng rear. J. 11. OWdLEV. Caililer. SoutHem Railway TAKE THE e)) C"JHJIn!tnwtRtbuiviiuky.L'riv ((a miIkIk W' -- f PUBLIC SALE. My business rtKiulring jny atwenco from am, Hp Van Chump, Sr. My son, I was greatly shocked on passing your room this morning to hear you using profane language, and only the day after you promised me to swear off. wliat-I home a great deal, X have determined to close but all myiurplus stock, Ac . on the Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Oeorgta North and South Carolina. farm and will sell to tho highest bidder on Alabama, Mississippi. V EIGHT Wbnt id tho ufo of ranking A bettor. article than your competitor If you can Goods. not pot u better price for It? Ads. As there U no d I Hero nee In Goods Warranted. tho prlco tho public will buy only tho I?it Guaranteed. butter, so that while our protltd may bo Give Him a Call. bo smaller on n sinjrlo sulc, they will much prentur in the iiiryrejrute. How can you eel the public to know your make in tho best? If both urticlotf are brought prom Inently before the public, both are certain to bo tried and the public will THE very quickly push judgment on them rni co in niuQ mi and use only thu betierone. 13 Thin explains the hirpu suie on Chniuberluin's Couuh Homedy The PENETRATES people huyo been uslnc it for yours and have found thitt It can nhvn,a be Is Receiving his Fall And Winter NOTICE. m the trade with Kails ilranchand Coals. Alao Hay. Corn, Oat, other shlpstuil, Flour, Ac. Wo also handle Hrli and fcnnd. Rememlwr we lake Farm Product lu exchange. Prompt delivery and nttentloa to all order. Ulltco and scales nisvr L. k N, deixu. Tuleghone No 41. PERRIN A PEMT P S, Wo aNo carry Sowing Machines Parts and Attachments and do all kinds of Wo art go-x- l In repairing;. 60 FARM FOR SALE OR TRADE. ,Silrn.lid fjrm of ill norrs in Soutliratt 7 GREAT STATES Tlic Popular Route to gruuo vaivca, moiu nnu iomnic, lot oi Sows and Ollu (Diiroc Jersov), a fine Jennet and Jack Colt, I) rood Mares, Mulo ColtH, Ac. AlhO a largo riuantlty shock foddor, corn In crib, Ac. Jyalo at realdeuco commencing at 10 at m. Terms Owh, 81 4t U.J IlRONAL'Oll, Crab Orchard. nior-oughbr- od Saturday, Jan. 7th. 1890,Shorthorn Milk Cow, 1? hlghhigh-grade Through Sleeping Cars Between Louisville itm1 tho South. upon. They may occnslouully Wiiitlenlroiii the Miimrl line Weil located, nthickly take up with Komo fashionnbio novelty KimxI far'iilug country for farm willed Will Ken i In Central put forth with exnirtrernted olulnia, but oneaiy 1'iiutor irile to SH.iMl dlUerinci In a" ( an pu ' '0 lii(k. Ky AildreM llox V, hlanfi-rdlire certain to return to tho one remedy trade (."uj that they know to be reliable, and for coughs, colds nnd croup thcro ia nothing equal to niuinberlulu's Cough Remedy. For Bale by Craig & Hockor, Druggteto. , m Kani, THREE DAILY TRAINS Each way bctw een Louisville und.Lexington W. A. Negro debating bocloly in Shelby county has Bottled the quutitiou "which is the modt unefulest the eiiu or thu A TRY CHICAGO Frauk J..Ileed, Gen. Pass. Aut "" THE NEW HOM! Agt. H. IJacon, Dia. Gen. Mj;r W.'U.'McDoel, Charjes II. Rockwoll Traffic Mpr . Vico-Pre8.& f Pass. , louis Van Chump, Jr. That must have been was doing when you heard me. St. Globe-Democra- t. SraiM moon," In favor of the latter, because TURK, O. P. Aw It "shines at night when people need Washington. U. C. NV. II. TAVLOE, light, while tho otin, he only uhinca in A. O. P. A. Louisville. Ky tho daytime when they could do without lrLT III I ffl34?8pftll I it." FIRST NATIONAL BANK OV STANFOltl), KY. BIG KOUTEi 4 From . s ' fc TOLEDO AND DETROIT All I'olnta In Michigan. The Heat I.luetound Not it nifllcult One. Sorry Sawyer Say, Lerty, bnve ycr made any New Year's resolution? Lethargic Laertes I've made one, an' I don't t'ink I'll have any "trouble 8,tickin' to it. Sorry Sawyer Wot is it? Lethargic Laertes I've resolved hot to above! any snow this year. Up to Date. C. will sell excursion tick-.et- s account of tho holidays, Dec. 2 to 20, 30 and 31 and Jan. 1 and '2 at 11 fu"es, limited to Jan. 1. fc Tho Q. on iii: and m ,... Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus, $15,750 OHIOAGO. ' White City Special." Belt Terminal fetation. - ST. LOUIS. Xrolillng the Tunnel .' BOSTON. Wagner Slipping Cart. ifcitfet l'arlor Can, Wanner Sleeiilnir Can, I'rlrat Compartment Cars, Elegant Cojcnea aod Dia lug Cart. t "He itlbesn't seem to amount to much in . the community? ' "No. He's so unimportant that nobody' even sends him a calcndarl" Washington TT Star. Good Inteiittouaw You may make and then break ' -, - Utter Obscurity. , NEW YORK. But folks w ho won't nfake them Are raore'roollsh still. , Chicago Daily News, Good resolves. 1f you 'lll; "Are you making any New Year's . Jnst Mnrrleri. resolu- tions, Benedix?" .MMB.TroiUo Mr, Gen. Paw. ATkl. AijtV "Don'E have to; my wife 'says I'm simply perfect." Chicago Record. .CINCINNATI, O. K K O. McCORMIOK. ; It.UMA.RTIV. 9JT i'S 7 Attention ot the public It called to tho fact tliai Remedy can always bo deIhla la the only National Hank in Stanford. Un Diarrhoea dar the proulona ot the National Hank Act pended upon und is pleusuni und biifo depoaltora are secured notouly Iit the cajiital stock, to take. Sold by Craig Hooker, but by the stocklioldera' llabiUtr (or an amuum Drugelsts. so that Jeixflhon oft hia instituequal tathcatock . Ml tion are aecured bj a fund of$2(.0,Xi0. Fire awort Cincinnati, Florida and Havana Limatateaienta of the condition ol the liauk arenudi each jeir to the United btatea Ooveruuiout and lt ited is a new train A hoursClncinnntl aaseta are eiamlued at atated tluiea by Korernuient agents, thus securing additional and (erlect autef to Havanu, Queen & Crescent Routo to depoaltora. and connecting rail and steamship TUla lnatltutlon originally eatabliabed aa the He poait Bank oLSunfurd in 1838, then reorganized at lines. Finest trains in tho South. the National Hauk ofStanlord In lBCo and again lo Cltfbinnull to rooreantied as tho First National Hank of Stanford Through tickets on In 1632, has had practically rnunlnterrupted eiiit enc for Si years. It la belter aupplled now wlti Havana via this line. facilities for transacting business promptly and lib. rally than er before In Its long and honorable WSM.UtK'tf IRON NERVE career. Accounts of indlrlduali, fiduciaries, (lruir Was the result of hla iplendld health. Itidouilla-M- e and Individuals solicited. will and tremendous entryiy are not found CIRCDL4RS IWTE DIRtCTOBt. Urer, Kidneys and Howell are Sawieg facilities we maaufacturo and J, W. Harden, Stanford where Hlomai h, you want F. Keld, LlaeolB Co.) thete qualities and the out of order If 8. H, llaiightnan, pmim bcfoia you parohato any other. S.T.llarrl. ' I J . mil, success they bring, uw Dr. Klug'a New I.lle Pllli THE, HEW HOMZ StUHKa MACHINE CO. I J.S. lirakar. Trlbble, W.F. Walton V. A. wnmji, m l ... TUey develop ercry power of bruin and body. Only KLLoufeXa J. M CelliM.Crab Oreh'd M. J. Miller, Mt.Ven '.'Scat Peotiy'a Drug Hlore. M, ii.ajatore, Btaajeni. a ar .ran n orricaas. One of the Turners was Killed by Prealieat; J J McltoberU, CaihU J aflokwr, A. -- r.VaKtiBev ainI.UutCashler. Thomas Purkor In Cluy county. Chamberlain's fJollc, Cholera nnd STAND AND DELIVER A small amount of money nt our counlcrs 411 it ... .. ... .,., return gci suincming $ X 4 iruiu our sloclc of HOLIDAY GOODS which will be found both elegant and useful. Tho prices wo quote nro so low In fnrno cases that you my he led to believe that have permitted iuferior goods to form pari of tho assortment, An examination 'M wo m aS5rtift.dIS thk Qa. of our offerings wiil show that they aro i.I.tIi trradc. We irivo vou figures nt our k ti&lr&lZX ti A. R. UAI.JL. itnm tlmt will Lincoln. iistvuj t. Penny s Drug Store. i. M4 Kr. hIiiiw wlint ninnnv r utlliln J i. , f '?A,Ui a- - . ft '".:V -- . .) ':-- & L- -, V.uM'A. &KS-- Ji i