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Semi-weekly interior journal: January 3, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899010301_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: January 3, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 $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. V -- . eft -- . "X M ' "ft A J V l v SEMI-WEEKL- Y Wl. XXVII. NEWS W THE VICINAGE. i I INTERIOR JOURK STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 3. . MkM m . Vl '- r w "" f '"mt 1891). LANMSTER. . MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. DANVILLE. It. I.. I'.lkln will show omc of his illohmond Is turoaleucd with a coal Atllenton, Nathan Ford, 70, nnd .Mis Tho recent warm weather dovolopcd flno Minorca fowl nt tho Iviulsvlllo Margaret Uvlttn, 20, wcro married. many cmonof grlppo In this communmine. ' Laurel' Zona C olib was almost disemboweled fowl exhibition on .Inn. Iilth. County Clerk Issued 16 ity. In Rome instance nlmoU tho enHI, A Harris In a fight In Madison. The view of Hon. W. J. Hrynn In marriage licenses th.i first llva dn tire family aro-aofined to iholr bed opolng expnti.lmi coincide to fully of Christina. with thl terrl bio dltenco. )nij. Mr. W C. Hobcrt Joined Dr. Dob-c- rt rim UKrho'urvlllo bar ativa Juries W. ' with thosa oxprecsod by mo somo time At Ilooxport, HI., John Wiley, nged In Chicago this week. While In rown a high cortlfleato of good iigo, that I fear lio Id guilty of pluglar- - 1 nnd Mint Lulu Moore, 14, wcro uni nn. Kansas City last weuk Mr. Jamca U. ted In marriage. actor and line Judgeship, Moot John M. K.irrn wont to Knox-vill- a At I'urley. Kansas, Thomas (Jrecn Welch gave a recaption In hi honor, ( ia shorltT of Casny, Knox, Pulaski on busineu lYiduy nfght and re- - shnfund killed hi wlfo nnd himself. to which many dinner graduate Whitley aro among tho six whu of (!) turned Saturday night Misses rtnnlo Moil) had II I oil petition for divorce. Centra College, now citizen of Kansas not settled with the auditor, Ingram, Dell county, Will Qrccn Herring and Julia Gnlnr havo return- - Oeorgo M. Kuwllrm nnd Mis Nora City, werq Invited Dr. Roberts I I!) wi Dunmora lull toiloatn mm ngnt wi to i.eorgetown Lolleoe KUlubrnw wero married In a buggy In , truveUng In tho interest of the college. Tho regular meeting night of the K. the middle of tho ktreet nt Clarksvllle, Tho now presiding cldor, F S. Pol-lil- t, h crow out of a riUpulo over 10 J', lougc has iieon changed frnmThurs- - Tenn. conducted tho services at tho I "v a Mis Almn.riniighlerof W. II. Parks, Methodist church Saturday and Sun io Hurniildo Supply Company's gon day to IVIdny nlrlii On ncjtiThurJuy totally de night aftr the oRicer arc publicly In- - of Pcrryvlllo. and I'rof. J L. Brady day Itov Alex Irvine, of Bedford, Ind., 7' storo nt llurnnldc tailed at tho coui a bsanuel wcro married by Or Green, of Dan- who married Mis Cralgr of Danville, cd by lire. Los about $10,000, will ho given nt the Simpson, IloiifO. ville occupied tho pulpit of tbo Sod Presby Insured. I Capt. E. S. Helburn, of Mlddlcsboro, which promise to bo n very plcnant At Clare, Iowa,.n young man murder- terian church Sunday morning. Mr. tunjur in thu 'Jd regiment, event. . V vho was ed bis sweetheart and then committed and Mrs. Irvluo and children aro tho Tho Muson elected thVj following suicide, because she spurned hi atten- guest of Mr. John Craig. A Union iu. boon commissioned captain of Co.1 Christian Endeavor meeting was held Landrnm. Mas tions. I oftlio Ith. vice Cant. Tyrco re- - nfllcnr: Capt. Lou I ter; J. Joieph, Senior Warden; J. S. A Jersey City hian committed. at tno (Jbrlstlun cnurch Sunday eve Klllott, colored, I In jail ilafoldon, Junior Warden; T. J. Ilnch- after shooting his wlfo and step- ning. Miss Leila McKco, of Oxford, O., hnsi Hobcrt Whlttnkcr, daughter, the former being seriously awaiting trial for causing cr, Senior returned home, after spending tho hol. r Infant' death by hiding It near Junior Deacon; 11. Klnnnlrd, Secretary; wounded. l!at Uornstadt. Sho say she did ll David Ross, Treasurer, and M. II Robert nnnford. of Cleveland, Ohio, iday with Dr. and Mr. J. L. McKco. &T. awoko to find his wlfo dead by bis sldo. Mies Lcttlo Green is tho guest of Mrs. to hide her shame Mr. Mary Carpenter, aged 80 year, About coupip of our bollc and Tbo shock was so great that hi doc E. W, Murphy In Louisville. Mr. II. C. Bright and family havo moved from lfo of (ioorge CnrpenUir, and mother beaux loft today, Monday, on u cpecinl tor say ho can not recover. Triplets wcro born to tho wlfo of Ed West Main to tho residence of Mrs. of l'ostm&stor J- - A. Carpenter, died of couch on tho L. A N , u bavo a hop at a arslytlc stroke nt l'crryrlllo. Sho Crab Orchard tonight. They wcro ward Lurkorat Kvnnsvlllc Tholr ag- Davis in tho Otter addition. Mr. AnM boon married Aj yeam and wa a chuperoncd by Messrs nnd Msfdames gregate weight Is 2 pound. A year drew .Vbltlcy ha roturned from tho Louis Landraui, Howard Rice, J. wedding at Georgetown. . ago twins were born to tho same couple. Garth-Carrlc- k a t citl.nablo woman. Bccnuso his wlfo adopted the Mor- MIm Mottle Bell, of Uarrodsburg, vis ohn It Nichols, aged 78. dlod sud- Storme, R Klnoaird und S. C. Denny. Ho loaves a widow It will bo tho most brilliant event of mon faith, Itov. Gcorgo Hnrdlman, a ited her brother, Mr. Fisher Bell. Mr, denly at Danrlllo. o bi hi iecond wife, nnd a number thu season and they will have a rojal Methodist preacher of Lewis county, Archie Dunlup has returned from Lebhltdrcn, among thorn Walter D. tlmo. Saxton's band will furnish tho threatens to sue a duclplo of Hrlgliam unon. Mr. Robert Klnnnlrd, of Louis ville, I tbo guest of his mother, Mrs. Young for" alienating hoi affection. N'khols, of the Lexington Loader, and music. ' II. Nichols, of tho Danville tenm j J.O Thompson I preparing u plan Mrs. Sovillo I'lckamli, will soon mar- Mary Klimalrd Prof, and Mr. Day Uf tho V. M. C. A Hall, to ba submit ' indry ry J. C. Morio, of Chicago, former entertained u few friend at dinner of a bachelor uncle, ted to a contractor. It Is claimed that president of the Illinois Steel Compa- Thursday. Tboy occupy tho now resiDy tho death city, fiudswlil bo subscribed ut once to ny. She Is a ulster of Senator Ilanna dence built for them by tbo D. & D. Mr- - Henry Cartwrlght, of tbl n printer, fall build it. AboulSO joung men met In and worth JO 000,000 Bo I a ptrtner Mr. und Mr. John Baughman ago tbo of the rife guest of her uncle, Mr, Alex Glbbs, of hi omothlnir llko 315,000. Mr. tho Masonic Hall on Friday night and of tho Senator and owns $10,000,000. Garrard. Mr Hughes and daughter arlwrlghl was fqrmerly the widow ofjorganizeu. u. ii. bwlnebroad was aTti:u anu wapt. L.OUIS gave a cinch party In honor of Miss Pascoo, of Iincasler. . (lirUttuai orrr Rogor. Mr. Alex Sharp, an old Cenuinuram secrotary. The jiormnnont in leader Mon f nt, tre boy, but now of McCormlck SemiW II Grant, WlllUm filler and J. organisation conslsu of Rov. 'II. N. Tints to flgur '.V GolT, confined In Jail at London for Taulconcr, president; Iiraf. L'ostlc.vlce Anil rrpat. nary, Chicago, ia visiting In Danville. Gov. J Proctor Knott was called to ThlnmtipKlr.1, ol.lnc whisky Illegally, state In a prcaldont; J. E Storme, secroury, and IHdVt t Lebanon by the illness of his brother, ardln tho Ik:ho that thcy,have undor-- , . U Klnnnlrd, treasuror. Horace Mhlg (utlla Mr. W. L. Knott. Mr. Lee Irvino is narrj wero iooo a change and from now lieneo ' nurnuun anu ivauuuipn !' Vsln irxm. apolntcd tosolect a place to meet rog- very ill at tho homo of hi daughter, their elTorl to , 8trt In hrsvelj't ! Mrs. many, anu mo uaa t oilow Uavo kind- - v v Will Glvens. q lor tralllc Eronomlwr STa your monty. county y uucreu vumr nnu, iroo oi cnargo. 1 mllv Bradley died In Kno Tbo Somerset Paragon does not caro Ilow Hdki lilc it rom a pistol shot wound inflicted by Much good will como ol this and Rev. ' Wo note for small matter. It says: Another Chrttm lover Andy Coburn,aloonKcoper. raulconer deserves much pralso for .ir Soon, be. bm; that Vm Cooper has advertised the was released putting It on foot. ' Ojii frlrnj. (L.lerr.1 I bcr request Coburn s , prescsP types and so forth, of tbl ofXkieuooutui too now year open a I'uttlnff tho pistol In am custody. flrow mors tlwr. fice, for sale for taxes. As wo know that saloon, ho set flro to tho place, vast field for thought. The tear of tho V onrssdilri' in .Ilboslord St. Co. do not owe Mr. Cooper old aro wIod away and the sighs aro together? To rour Utfl turning ail any taxes wo aro resting very well5. 1 tt.t N nurturvd, The old ytcm of working road In bushed, only to give room for moro, as Csn'i rwl.l. The president of the old Paragon liau ron county ha been dono away .sorrow and grief follow quickly on tho . v Printing Co, says that It may owe some Thus, t rmlloM Qscal court and tho rallitU inn or joy and happiness,. I notice that h by tbo . Chain Ixfui. taxo, but be that as it may, such a men have tholr counterpart In the lowi).wjnwi.ioc uscu. iiiis win ou Ill lint bicrrua j. thing does.nol concern: us nor the mag to the county of $10,1)00 a year er animal. Soma correspond with tho Una lij one. terial of this oHlco. gamo Ashes, whllo other aro llko tlio Sslthsitory ' nt Jiatsmounvoi money win no uscu To relilcj sucker, tho latter class being largely In The last Instance of boiling to death building new turnpike, Your ihninlei j.urM took place in Persia In 1500. The of ho Jury In the Jesso Field murder tho majority. Others aro llko tho fruCan Inflata, gal squirrel, which store away Its food fender, whj was gulltyof Stealing State o nt narbounllh,', revenues, was put ln a large cauldron x s'aodlng for con IciioB and six lou.lpr winter, while there are u great ','Tho Orphan Brigade." A now of cold wator, which avos slowly heated To convict his accompllco, manyrcacof which 1 um, who aro llko Itook, ovur 700 page, Htqulttal. handsomely ) tscph A'iklns, lor mo municr oi iMUKrawuopper, uovouringevorytlilng bound, ha just beon the boiling point. Ills bones were issued under tbo to Combs nnd try Fields, tho Com- - In sight during ummor and suffering above title, Capt. E. Portor Thompson, distributed, as a warning, among tbo ul'o for fooil a winter annroueho. T0.1 nnwrnttll I Otll TlO.OOO, It embrace the name of 5,500 provincial tax collectors. many aro llko this class and tho incom- author Tho editor of the London hcho thinks At one party ln Loulsvlllo wero KentuoVlun "tho son of farmers"- body should tnlco hi papor be- - ing generation I wona than tbo 000 a bus beon said of them "tho very gathered Missed Sunshine Parson's, - which' is passing away. iuo ho I on friendly term with Sonllowocof chlvulry; of utunlxed Anyi). Starrlo Meade, Goldie Robinson and or Doboe, who I going to end out Lancaster Is on tho cvo of enjoying Saxon blood, whose. tAMatora fr"Tfo Sunnlo Sanderson. If thee young s? seed according to hi dictation, an era of improvement, which ber generation had mndo the namoxf VI r- - ladies are as pretty as their names, eiilsoudds that ho I in osltlon wealth, culturo and resources so richly Kiaiituau ivuntucKy nistorlo." they aro roal peaches. merit. Several now residences havo " any times 111 cwuiur Mr. J. II. Miller Write from Moul- -' The comptroller has been advised j just been completed, tho Y. M. C. A. ilrons, trie, Ga: Toll my friend that I havo that the First National Bank of Pino-vtll- o Uall Usurotobo built and n now ho- been taken hero for Gen. Wade Hamp went Into voluntary liquidation by le), opera house nnd two DON 1CTOII BALLOU. s ton, of South Carolina; Gov. D. B resolution of its stockholders,, which will ba orsclcd at a cost of 810,000, LII.O VIOS IIY A HOUDIKIt. Bill, of New York, and Goo. Mile, of took effect December 30. which will bo ono of the most commodFor tho U S, urmy, but my cxtromo modMiaoTiiKixrmuiRjiiau) Ijiiieki A woman ut Lopez, Mexico, has the ious und lin (losing structure in Central V. Ballou, esty and boyish timidity will not allow longest hair In tho world. Ilcr height D. LCAMI 8lliri, Dec. III. Kentucky. Our capitalise held a meettho ladle to take rne for Hobson. No Is five feet, and when she stands erect roglmout, rcconcu a' ing Friday ufternoon 1IC0. M, thi und agreed on u lreo. her hair trails on the f round 4 foot S illrr 'rom hi fatbur of Stnuford, Ky ,- plan which Insures tho building. Tho Judgo Barr Cold that underthe gen- Inches, ,atinL that tbo report had boon start- corporation will operate undor thu eral practice bank should only . u ituhot placo by somo ono who said '.jnino. "llotol Garrard." Mr. J. E. bo Chemists havo extracted from coal ut 70 per com. of their real ho was on hi way to tlio raoun- - storme wu tar Id shades of blue, lb of yellow, VI elected president, Capt. uatlun, and thul share of stock n of Kentucky to arrest a dosortor, Win. of orange, nine of violet, besides shade Ilorodon secrotary and Squire V sonted by United Suites bond aro sub. of at. Icttf Ballou had boon tried by a II. Klnnulrd other colors too numerous, to mentreasurer. . . f tin...i a.nti.iii u.i..i ...! " jtfet to tbo tax. " court tion., TiWB. "A man, young or old, with Sontence of SO days in tho Thl resolution adopted by a Now I.U.Vl IIIIIITATIO.N. At 111 request 1 win uy York cumii. exnresse thu fenUm- -. f a I'110' ln nl hip pocket, ba already Dr. Is 'the advertised the fact that ho U anxious to Doll's forerunner to consumption. and r too Iwnollt of hi family and friend every worthy Confedoruto veteran: will euro It. un' "Resolxed, That tho Confedoruto murdor wmobody, and tbo law should kUo such strength to tlio lung that a couj;li that place, that thl statement wttlo tlteru. Twenty Bv or a iToind tho uutbor oi tin nan no Voturan Cump of Now York loudomns Uoal wlUl hlm accordingly." Atlunta centscold will not Drue Store. at hiru nun .mw In uumomurcd terms tholgirort of constitution. Pglouru wn&iever Goo, Wbi!olcr was usked tbo other an enviable re , rnurTl. Ho,U now with His company Senutor Bullor, of NorthCurollnn, ' MllonvIllo pret-entu ugut, muriler or day by a very joung lady of Washingprivilege u any who U not u Coiifodernto loleran.) to noi iVvinidcoloithoamo .. ,., In .... I'-- V II,. ..J ,.uv.uu.. been committed In ton: "Bow I It that you never wear debauch tho manhood of the South, by olnt;r cr,mo riuicrin ini tump. . .. n.lnli.lAn gt 1.1.1 fll I. H10 town during tho jeur. uny medals? You surely havo somo." wvv,ntui. v. ..,. .m.- set'klnL' to obtain oenslonhtfnr liplicaion lurmi J"we IIol'l-'',- i of Lebanon, O., I 60 "No," answered tho soldier, "I havo and ro- - fedorato soldlor of slckncs I luuh o account from tho United I never t any similar effort by t,urol1 nd was never known to speak not. 1 am nd blcyellt,', und irnedi 'hi regiment a soon a no State, made u century run In my llfo." led that 11 was nuu Kruuicu. uny Southern member of Congress will , wu " "u,u'" Qcupi, ms oiotuer. u not muiiray, t David bo abhorrent to tho camp und meet nu.v r. mi:.s kali. Tho steamer China, just arrived Lt. Col, comind'g 4tli Ky. Vlclluu tosluniach, liter am) kju,r Iruuklea aa with unqualified condemnation." W.llaa women. Sid all (ml lb, mull, lu iu.i r from the Orient, carried tho largest 14 ilXIOVllllXU AWAY. Ill.l) HOT HtOM Till: (ll'N pwlll, jloiiln th, MuoJ, hjfkacli, nrrroua consignment of opium over entered In t puUlcts tnuw IwaiUcae and Ws, lb II. itl,rtallr grallfjlngwhoIts utt sftsl.1 In he itk.Mliu Ull lhal hit UWar. Slcadmau, of K,w. licw, Ihtra's no nwJ tired, 11,11dm, U.lu lufelcn , San Francisco Tbo total weight of w lbs Uu4 lu M lit, Ibal. J It rauwd ltorrlkla llut " l'tv.nr- - t'hvri lhal.lulliUll ltrliwd fur 20 tsars. Ibtu Uardn,r, 104 111,, lud II, tujr,, "I3lrlc llil iho opium I 27.000 pounds, and tho s1" rous ui Irvsliusut lf ntlr lor uouuiiuiiiun, llurtl.n's Arnica Salt, lurnd him. Cures Kng'shsw I a luau wheal, Uall nn duty on it amounts to $102,310. llir rJut th Ihloior Cuts, la.....itd.l,. awsror tu uill- - llruUcs, tlurua. cars wneiuer u me, or dlu relout, wllclu; aud hat. lluna. IImI 11 Hulls,ou aith. Curua, hklu urulu,wulanaugu I When ou eauom .inp for coughing 'HdldjuierttojIveiasBt ilnugth and guudan- rur 13U.atoi Cure alwtlulcly iurt.1 kuolu " " tellti than anjUiIng I ivuU laV. I tan now eat Ukn Chamborlalo',Cough Komedy. It (uarauttvJ bold by IVeujr, th PruwUt Ailhiua, llrvaililll.. ..:..!. 1.. ,flil. an jlhlog and bar a u,w leas no llf." Oely C0V, "' "' '"""" Cl"1 Tho ltuDactation,o( cotTe last was ai ntanjnrugMore. i.r,rr loins guaranteed, ulway gives prompt rt'llof. It Is most " iu.n excollont for colds, too, a it aids ex. Ssrrljr'"""! If lt Ulluu l'uur, overUOO','600,000 a Lluitgin pound', 'or- - ubout 11 ...,... ."...-- . ... M..jUi.iinl!il There were 32 homicide In Cincin- pectoration, relieves tho. lung and pre.... ... ...I,.... pounds per cuplta. year and Ti'i other person vent any tendonoy toward pneumonia. nati l4.id.iDJf. lyrryUtiw died unnatural deaths. tdvJ) VoiUINU MUI1T ANU DAY For bale by Craig & Hooker, Drug, ylli, tmlwland lulKhlleil Utile thing lliaterw ( gist. COtfUUEU 2 vcah. UADK MliOMl, King's Nw 1.11, 111),, wuiuaJeU ( .b .. I suffered M years with a oouftti, and u nmnvlil u SKI lll Is rSugar-toat- lr ,...-.glubul, of kralib, that cbaug. Thp (attest regular train In tho tl'rf ilalou imOO Clear. spent huudrwls of dollars wltu dsattxe and h.V1 "" .""..." ..iVruVd bv the UM3 of n waaluewluUtlru(lhlbllwaaa lutessatgir, for mvtMi'liui t a avail until I uwl Dr, world vmh put on Sunday from Iscjv bislu-lapower, Tntjr'i woadwAil Inla nisutal Bell's Minudy Till ' liSi K In hulldlu uu lit health Ouljr 24o wr box taakw weak luumktroui,', lthasMVvdwy York te a Francisco- It reduces tho .. " ...... .. life. J. . KoMll, arantaburg. III. by I'enujf, the ltu&-U-l Uicb hlwMHi tho points over 13. hour. Mi r i d 1L: . sssy S M ifSfe' you In Pline. for Women, Children nnd lion We standi the top for (Jim Illy. Style. Fit, Kc You can buy from us 1lioc4 thstTard "KJm solid as low priced as anywhere. We can PRE H pleo With h vrrj lftTfOJ A fikibs . And Hclcct stock ind i- J i 'IS . rl V 1 I i yh . W IsfB GOOD SHOES VERY CHEA PM Then no krep the hlgheot irrailes. In fact, the place to Rot youeli'hoex. Oiir (lanta Ftirnlihlng DeptrtmcntJ full of Rooil thing In 4 '9 m i 3 Kit w riv ,' i J- M M fWd 1 1VJ3I vl itt UNDERWEAR Newest things In colored Phlrts, Drcas Shirts. Neckwear k i l A 'L- Ifalsand Krerytlilng to make a man- - Gloves. Trunks nnd Ilrtrr. . f ,r .a, 1 MV . '. ' l' S M 4 Vathtt. MVMblVIIbl.1. SIC Iwrtllll-ll- .l, ; IBSBl I - A i 11W The Leading Sfaoo and Furnhhlng House, DANVILLE H7, vcasWWK;'a3ax';'3:-5i;i;- 4sKfk" Ji H;rl ,1 I ft ul-cl- A Cold Wa 4 SfflP, VSfWOi " ,' jiasT Ireltt,8. Brings Down the Mercury nnd a B!C STOCK CAUSES A BLE IN PRICES. See our Bargains In Men's, Boys' & Children s Suits Overcoats Ac. - Have an Old Suit Cleaned and Pressed or a Suit Mario ia Order.? -- The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone Mo. 136: DANVILLE, KY.&-- well-know- liir vi t Determined to sell. 81 More Goods n The year 1390 Is v, ith H. I ' i un. We begin iho New Year, suppr'tbe y i tJ " ' W f r"e"'H 1 K A' ?&1 I Than we have ever dene. Ta tltis we must buy goo Js at right nt small profits. This,we cs and correct Btyles and sell ,c . totio i am giau to iniorni ntjr traue, mat " fc W i.. 4 -- ,intd ? wr- l- i lleit-..agr- oo, : nr His many friends and acquaintances v remain In Xotat and see us terest to boy. Harris WeaTen willjrema: IWiMi ' with rhe this yr!inow M r IJlsVU wUM sake Stanfnl.111 .?"a'J wm ISSW T mi ':.,:; III' : - m rl BU - m - be ' giasl to We will ItVJo y(Mr s tm tilsW u I L H. . J. MdRfObBR'fs;! ; f -- y v t t i ifBa. J K mm II I fes; SSSSi The-Chfistma- ' .. & v a- - iv ii . . , ' & After s Holiday! MVf Tjie 1 ii iui. SsIon of storo-room- Stanford Female Colleg (S J If v Will be resumed on MONDAY, JAN., 2, I860. r? 'i Courses of Study, Terms of Admission, i0c, send for Catalogue or call at TV f ... o. t ...r. .TiA.i'WI.ir. o. Drt.urL,r,i, iaujr t.f l.t irnicijii, oiamoiu iwyj ,iU, vi.in n r.tTrrT... SIICLXON, PRESIDENT. , ft WIIXIAM 1 r, tt . 'J ' t jL 3r t? I as-c- ed Ht r ... . cass -- HEST LINE Ol'. i M' - Lfi: Awi nirui u" L'uurd-houj- c. 1 run' Lap Robes, Horse Blankets, Storm Aprons, !?.. Nl tit r s . '...,, . "u 'vlng n. In tlie city. Remember our line of Hand li Made Harness. - si (MW fwMm fr "' i i und-tha- r. B. K. WEAREN 3SOlti$ fl Vv h X Y iiUmm H n 1 ""' Bird Eye Cannel Coal - I baltn i. "" Does- Not Pop, tlC'JIWiVfc'-- iini gu.i.i,u . ii -- at . By Makes No Cinders, Burns" A Third Longer, Takes Less Kindling, And Makes More H aflH.1 Thau any othsreoal on the juarket, Try U. OtUfS pssfor It, ,i ( Am' 1 XT r'V'r"1' g ,''-- Id iiiijvrust -- J H. BAUGHMAN A, CO , ?f " I' ' . -- I.I l jV yJi,L - S l ., .' & POLITICAL POINTS, 5 mwmw 1 I. v . jo I? I I l l W I ' Iluckawa lirnke tho world's record of forls of Senator Httllor to havo tholr 21 miles at Hun Francisco Saturday by comrade pensioned. THEJNTERIOR JOURNAL Dlngley, of tariff fame, Is down with Mrs. Oscar Toller, deserted by her going tho dlstanco In.1:51, Tho former tho pneumonia. worthless husband and spurned by rcl- - record was 3:6ol. Ambassador Ilomoro, of Mexico, died ntivp.. pammlttcd sulcluo In Logan aix millions havo each el red 100 or more standard porformers Election- Stanford. Kv.. - Jan. 3 1899 at Washington, aged 62. county by taking poison. J. W. Catron ha announced for tho Dr. E. E. Gray, who deserted his wlfo cer, Nutwood, lied Wilkes, Onward, I Legislature In Way no and Clinton. for UmIo Skinner, cut her throat at Alcantara and Pilot Medium. WALTON. W. P. Mantle, of Montana, says Bedford, Ind., and had to bo spirited off D. Spotswood has sold a ,flno pair P. Senator In the severity of the disease or Ihe prompt Ia Vhffl 111 atnmarli j of fast road mare to Eustorn parties for that Bryan will bo tho man and frco to prevent his bolng lynched. Hi duties, other organi nrtllly become ' and perfect cure performed by Dr. Ayet'a Mmpir urcicu in ,jmiiui7i inn iiic rills Hltullar results occur In rmV, tho differ- stiver the tasuolc 1000. has boon as-- $2,500. Thuy can trot a HrJO gait Tho Third Kohtuoky TjiKLouUvlllorta burden almost unbearsblt. lmllitctltnn where lr. Ayer'a rills are used. ''They nd dyspepsia lire do common that only helped me right away" la the common Tho receipts of tho government for to Matanr.ns, Cuba and will gethcr. Uarrodoburg Democrat, ence bctwpon It and tho INTERIOU the sudcrcr from thcie dlrao knows expression ol those who have used them. Saturday wcro start at onco. Matanzas Is considered John H, llrlghl says ho raised on ! the pofulbllltlea of tnltery that Inhere In Itere la another testimony to Ihe truth of JoonNAt. Is tbnt It camo out In tho tho half Tear ondlnir them. A typical ciamnleof thouflctlngt this statement! of an ncro last ) cur 15 barrels of corn, Hardin, while- - wo Kto.Wtf.SOO, tho greatest since In 1800. the healthiest city on tho Inland. ..pon nrnl o.W-c- J ol the victim of Indlgollon l furnlthcd In the cae of John C. rrltchard. lie went support slm-p!- y Tho Harrodsburg Democrat announUoys fond of a Joke stuffed up tho 'deud loads of pumpkins, 100 shock' ( "I iravo him a half hearted on far fifteen yeare, from bad to wot. arid formerly suffered frnm ln.1l. ..II.. weakness of the stomach, but since t tho piper' record strtj?ht ces J. Motgan Chlnn, by authority, as chlmnoy of Carl Klndler's blacksmith bludo and 200 of top fodder, besides ln spite of doctora lie grew conalanlly to keep weaker, and thought he would die lie I have the appetite of to tho Leg shop at Hlverhead, L. L, and tho old other minor things, the farmer'aboy. 1 without aiJmuthocamlhUto. Tho I'.ost n candidate for rot well, however, and thua relates his ,m 4 J ' rrcommeiHl cxperlencei 'V. be Tho Loulsvlllu Driving Park will man was choked to death by coal gas. who wish to ?' free from dyspepsia all draw on it imagination for Its fact islature. tol . Ira ntlJI HI TW I .U l.lll. gold shall McKInley has decreed that "Por fifteen yeara I was a great sufferer till their make a point t tho Dominique Krathofskt was hnnged at cIiuuro from tho old eiylo of tbrco out and socks to Olffetlhr etgan arc In so from Indigestion In lis worst forms I ns Sprlngflold, Mass., for tho murder of of llvo to two out of thrco. Instead of tested the skill of many doctors, but grew order - Wu, HrKi.iKK.Oratit.fub. of ti uth. Whllo It was working bo tho monetary standard of Cuba worse and worse, nntll I became so weak long as tho Island remains undor tho his stopdaughtor, Victoria Plnkus, M a horso winning three heats, two will rtj-rI could notwvlk: fifty yards without having tho Idiotic trick; of priming tho ticket rut oinT in ureat to alt down 1d test. Mv stomach, liver lttviflavst rsllsf ,,V " "v years of age, whom ho had debauched, bo all that will bo necessary for, tho ,' " Irnm i nnailttl. . "U .ii .nni.iniilv. this paper was whooping control of tho United State. and heart became affected, and I thought I list niirnuBnt iiii. "..ner cure UlillneBi.r .. .,.- - 1... . m thn troncheg. feollnirl An oniclal of tho administration at would surely die. 1 tried lr I. C Acr'a nitiutii.heiiribnrn.piilplutlon, bail breath, Frank Jay Gould, youngest son or raco. rOallPci Intitrns.t tistwntiBtisasi. slailan.. . fills and they helped me right away t ..JSTHuaisB, "" upon Confedcr Jay Gould, paid $.10,000 for a scat on lht Tho Tucker boys, Geo and Tom. sold continued their use and am noweutlrely MHomnf . and m acorc of other aflectloai i that no created calamity could bofall Woshlugtoo has called that the well. I don't know of anything that w,M ltiStl are, after all, only Vn, alcna AofAa raoraj was tie organisations for a list of Confeder- Now York Stock Exchatigo, tho high- tholr yearling mules,, about DO, to u tne resuu mo .. a the Stato tla" ... rfnifofl ..(tv.s.1. Bwsa bbii iiu iiviqJ ao quickly relieve and cute the terrible of In sufferings of dyspepsia as Dr. Ayer'a Informalloa about t)r. Ayet'a rills, and the est sum over paid for such n privilege Pennsylvania party n few days ago, at trying to encompass, that of turning lc ate cemeteries and tho number they rills." lonw C. VltciiAu, Urodle, war. dlseastn story have cured. In Ayer'a Cure hook, a nurkeeper Pud Torrlll killed Wayno $12.50; Geo. Cunningham, of Casey, of cites told by Ihe curedJ ten Co., N.C over to the republicans, by joining In terments. i mi uooa oi loo pages Plans were presented the Other day Smith at Owonsboro. Tho latter was 10 to en mo party at .V Ilustonvlllo This case Is not extraordinary, either In request, by the J. CAyerCola sent free, onfl tholr cry tbt there was something rotLowell, Masai palace to sup- nd,vanolng on him and he struck him on Cor. Advocate ten at Frankfort. Our files show how to Congress for a marblo Is proposed Loulsvlllo has a new turf association, tho hoad with a stick, killing him It. we stood during the canvass and our plant tho wblto house. It which will glvo a winter raco mooting, readers one tind all can slop up and re- - to mako It tho most beautiful building stantly. Maj. Gen. Otis has been selected for to begin within a month and to contlu. mirk: "Lird ltlchard thou has lied," I In tho world. In his notice of contest to Judge military governor of tho Philippines uo until spring. A lai'go forco of men whllo' wo will content ourselves .by simply eajlng, Avauut thou Infamous Borolng, John D. White cbarges fraud, and Maj. Gen. Lawton will succeed hltn began work on tho track and grand prevaricator. Than a real and slmon "unlawful uso of money, beer and as commander of tho military forces In stand at IUvcr 'View Park yesterday, nod tho job Is to bo completed within tbo Islands. pure democrat, llko we are, Editor brandy," and nlmost every other ssj ho prefers to.bo a dog and , regularity oppllcablo to elections. Every sheriff of tho 110 In Kentucky three weeks as there seems to bo no objection from J So wall, son of tho democratic caodl has settled wlh tbe auditor, tho total CONDITION or vice president, wants to bo amount paid In being $2,00:i,02S.2$, of any ftusrter, he can continue to havo1 date-foMa .ihni and bo tho yellowest kind of governor of Hawaii. Ills chief claim which Jefferson county contributed THE NATIONAL BANK f a yoJlowfcanlne, now and always world to recognition Is that ho supported over bull a million. OF HVSTOHVlLLe, KY and Ilobart, as against hls'own wltbout.cnd. tho French "Jack tho Joseph Vnchor, 'fnthni. I rtlppor," was guillotined at At Dm clma n( limine Pee. 31, lt!. IK a fbiur column and over editorial, Th T.i.l.itlu nrlmarv will bo bold Ho murdered peasant girls for get douDie column ana oouoie icaucu, i ,n MerceP p0b . o REMr.i'KCrst A1 cgai voters, fun and Is said to have killed and cut I ?U0,3rS S Lonnaand Discount Mr. Wattorson discusses tho demo whn horfitoforo alllllated with tho open 25 or 30 of them. 2,376 Ml Overdrafts Annunl- cratlc party's past and foretells dlsas-- 1 democratic party and recognlzo tho Tho jailer's report of Fayotto county U.S. 4 mi cent. Ilonds 1I.S0O 00 unless Its leadora havo suDDort tho nominee, will shows that during tho yoar just closea Kurnlture anil 500 do riiture. horse tense and meet tho republicans be 0Hjlbl0 to voto. thnre wero 187 prisoners In the Lex Hue from U. S. Treasurer. ....... Mi SO McKInlcy and Wheeler by( led with A new featuro In tho singular D.S03 71) ington jail. Nineteen of them wero Duo from Dunks. .U George Dowoy for presl. t(on conlC8t whieh Col. Walter Evans charged with murdor. i T4 M Sumps.... doat and Fltzhugh Lee for vice presl- - nronoieg waffoncalDStComrressraan- 13.S4S TO The quartermaster's department of CaMi demon tho platform: "The stars and 0i0,.08car Turner. Is" tho discovery tho army is preparing to bring back tbo Iii7,su a: the stripes, God bless them." This that a dutectlvo has been Imported To our thousands of friends and patron?. l.nniUTirsi bodies of all American officers and sol iojeds a llttlo visionary and doubtless ' from Pennsylvania to work up alleged .'...8 50.000 (k) "We diers burled In Cuba, Porto Klco, tho Capital Stock IS not meant In sober earnestness, but have just linisliud invoicing' our hig stock of goods audi 5J.0OO 00 election frauds. It Is claimed that ln- - Sandwich and Phlllpplno Islands. Surplus the fact remains that tho democrats fnrmnllnn which this dctCCtlVQ has Tho 3 per cent, bonds of tbo United National Hank Notes Outstanding 10.750 00 in order to keep up will have to strike a master stroko to .......aa i obtaining Is. In fact, det-- i 3 01 States irovernment, duo in liws, aro Tux Fund ' M beat McKInley in 1900. Ho will bo tho rlmeQtai l0 Col. Evans" sldo.-Lo- ulsselling at 1071, and tho demand Is so Duo Depositor Kodlscounted ,... 50.K.1 57 5,557 Notes and Hills republican nominee as s,ure as tne con- - vjlle rj8pau:h. much greater than tbe supply', that It veatlon will meet that year and unless H7,M5 S3 SenatorJohn v,Danlel. of Virginia, Is believed they will soon be quoted at . he make very many mistakes and falls has Cuba( WDere ho m gpend no. Or oss Earnlncs last six mouths.... $3,703 f5 u'mQ Jn ordep to steer clear of tho breakers that now obtaln peri!0n. jtHTiiintmii: ft ghort Two Negroes broke Into Gen. Bill appeur In tho distance, he will as sure- - B, lntormaloa concerning tho Antilles, Duke's houso at Louisville and when ho Kxpnsc and taxes paid. .1,413 3 ly bo elected. No ono deplores tho Through the usually dull month of Janjiary in going throj wUh ft y,ew o( uglD(r tb(J in(ormali0n grappled with one tbo other covered Dividend No 30, 4 per ct.. .7,000 00 . prospect more than we, anu no one is . mako ln the him with a pistol, making him desist, Ilalance carried lax fund.. ScO 02 W.709 h, tlnrstock wo threw out a lot of lJig nloro anxious to see the calamity avert- Senate. Ho Is opposed to expansion, when they got ofT with about $50 worth J. W. IloCKru, Cashier. ed than we are. Tho democrats muBtget and It is understood he will mako 'the of booty. S together on.some common ground and effort of his life In tho Senate, in opCONDITION OK The Chief Eunoch of the Sultan of avert the threatened disaster of their posing tho proposition when it comes Turkey was either poisoned or hopes or wo shall havo four mora years up. Ho left jewqls and plates Lincoln County National Bank, In Short Length May the Lord direct us of McKInley. worth $100,000, besides $200,000 In monSTANFOHD, KY., BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. and lead us out of the wilderness to ey, all of which passes under an old law Atclcweof bulocia Dec 31, 169$. ufull find lasting victory. has.put up prices 45o Into the sultan's treasure box. The broom trust IIBKOl'IICU. Sam Jones, tho evangelist, entertainTiik errand iurv at Loulsvlllo roasted a dozen 233,743 01 of nearly every rail- nuis A. A. Williams, aged 01, fell dead at ed representatives of safety for preventing the tho board 1,083 00 bis homo Other Stocks road in Georgia at a dinner at -- . 100,000 00 U. 8. Hone's chW of police from obeying tho law Powell's Valley, Tcnn In Cartersville, Ga. Among his guests Ovvrdinfta s were chopped down 3,000 73 wltWreferonce to gamblers and calls on Three were Messrs. Milton U. Smith, S. H. Duo from banks -1I,S30 39 tbeaetabers to renlgn so that men can In Pendleton by raiders, C. P.Atmoro. Premiums 0,400 72 be appointed who will respect their a company has been incorporated at Knott, J. G. Metcalf and A monument was unveiled at New Iiodemptton found 4.500 00 oaths. Tbe mayor also catches it In Loulsvlllo to mako dominoes. 350 PI Orleans last week of John McDonogh, Kevenuo taropt Heed, wife of najk. while Judge Barker, Chief Mr8. Jane I the 3.S00, 00 the millionaire philanthropist, who Hanking House .. J a, TT- T? .. J JIn.l n.Hifinianal ik'i ti f ,...- - XVUCU, UIUU IU T . I an n arvn.l Kl And Capes, Men's, Ladies' and Children's uuulD.iiiw, -- hi.UWmuuwtouu a , WKSrttUU 30,17 30 Express Co. was left his great fortune for tho building Cash nrnfaml for their efforts to exe- Tho WelU-Farof schools ln Baltimore and "New Or cute the lawg. There seems to be some- - robbed of $00,000 at San Antonio, Tex faODtTV school build In Kentucky leans. Soma 40 splendid 12 There was only built thine rerv i otten In Denmark or tho LIADIMTItK. ings havo been erected fn New Orleans Capital r toe In h of a mile of men could not have been induced tocut this year four-tenttloanoo oo Julia Pepper, aged 17 years, daugh ilurplua ' uah a keen rapier. Mr. Pepper, superfntondont of Clrculatloc lk),CKX) Oil Fire destroyed a furniture store anu ter of Men's and Boys' Clothing and Overcoats. Come whihl cotton mills at Maysvlllo, Is locked 1,033 r It would seem to cap the climax of a grocery at Mayfleld, causing a loss of the In Cincinnati 'House of Deten- Kund to pay taxes 1 will buy $2 worth of goods. Kenup the they hut. 17.2b8 M Imllvldunl Deposits, irony for a company to turn to $18,000. 29.002 CO tion for running away from homo and Due to Hanks... tucky to manufacture horsoless carriA drunken molder at Cincinnati ages where people grow hardly any- -' crushed his little son's skull with a refusing to return. Tho girl claims 30,7t7 IU she can not get along with her stephlng but horses, yet such a scheme is hammer. FUrnlnt ti.lM 22 mother. on foot. A Chicago syndicate with a Tbe court of appeals, federal, circuit . VrmnCTEDi Tho KItzmiller Couch building on capital of $50,000,000 will. It is sald, and county courts began business at 08 East Main street, Lexington, burned Kund to pay taxes.. .,.'..11,005 3S T.D. HANKY, Mnitr erect a manuiactory ai inowpurt iur Frankfort yesterday. 2,731 causing a loss of about $25,000 to Jo- Expanses of self propelling the construction SOU 00 , Six men were precipitated down a Surplus seph Clark, owner of the building; L. Furnlturo &. rix.Cli'd.ofr Branch stores at Paris, Carlisle, Mt. B'rHt, Ilanlslown, LawienceburK, ') 1,00 00 t mine shaftatlshporalng.Mlch., Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ellxabetlilown, Frankfort. Msuckort, Ind, H. Hamsey & Co., sign writers, F. P. 'Premium charged q(T,... ill 10 program, and instantly killed, Without a hltcU In the Taylor, wall paper dealer and funeral Dividend No. 1 2.500 OO The thermometer reglsteredJo below the fed and yellow flag of Spain, which J. II. Ohsi.iy. Cashier director, and E. B. Allender, furnlturo Saturday-t- oe Mich., hid floated for 40) years, was removed at Ironwood. dealer, who wero the occupants. There there, ItEPOUT OK TI1K CONDITION OP from tha Western Hemisphere Sunday, lowest ever Been 1 was $20,000 losuraucu on tho building H. F. Dally, cashier of a Nashua. N. when the stars and stripes went up at charged and contents. fFIRST NATIONAL BANK Havana and over all Its grim fortress- - H., bank, has been arrested embezzling $00,000. . LAND AND STOCK. Of STANFORD, KY., es. Truly 18!3 was a glorious year in wHh out from You but will do no history and 1890 opens most auspicious- - Last year there were turned At the Close of lluslocts Doc. 31, IMS. Of tho 1.200 mules sent to Cuba only rahway lo- American workshops 1,875 s ly or greater results. 2S havo died. compilves and 105,158 cars. HKMlL'llL'rjU Dr. Uauchor woo $10,000 wlth Miss EVAN'S has served notice of jail at Summltylllo, Ind., and its Tho WALTEit Loans nnd Discounts 9160,034 SI) contest on 0car Turner for his scat In only Inmate, a man put In that night Logan last year. 11,102 01 2:081, Is heavy with Stocks and bonds Phoebe Wilkes, Congress from tho Loulsvlllo district for drunkenness, were burned, -8 1,000 IU $10,000 worth of i per foal by Baron Wilkes, reason of showing up ro- This means YOU if you owo mo Scott countv's , , fur tbo double 3.73S- 70 Overdrafts Several sales of fat cattlo were made U. tf. Ilonds to secure circulation 81.000 00 nubllcan treachery towards him and cent, bonds, running on an average of 1.607 SO Pretnlnmon V,S. Ilonds getting tho $2,000 or $:J,000 allowed con nlno years, sold at a premium of $1,321.-6- in Clark county at He. 0,200 00 Tho Jessamlne'Journal reports sales Hanking llouwi and l'lxturua testants. He bos no hopo of winning, 1,573 00 Other Heal Kstate Tho teuiDerature dropped to 31 de- - of 250 bushels of corn ut $150. (c Lilian! Due from bank 17,34 S3 It. W. StlRall sold to Cobb continue to do grces below z'eio at West Superior, PULMONAUY diseases Itovenu'a Htamps IOSCO and two at 3c., at their deadly work at Louisville. Of Wis., tho lowest of tbo season at that olght belfersuses3o , 3,015 00 -- BUY YOlUt- 200,000,000 pounds of Kirepnrcent, fund Tho U. S. 301 deaths thore In December pneu- - point. the Cash In lluiik 1S.02S 40 Powell,, of 'Orlando, Fla., tobacco a year or 43 ounces por capita, consumption 42. Thomas monla caused fO and Whltnoy has bought hltn a ' 317,428 84 fTho Falls City atmosphere seems to bo seriously cut bis sister bocauso she a W. C. trotters for $7, I.IABIMTII. provocative of tbo dread dl- - went to tho theatre with a follow ho did pair ot peculiarly 500. Oupltal Stock f 100,000 00 not like. fsoases, I , 17.300 V0 Nick smooth yoke of joung l,l&0 Hurplua... A writing paper trust Is being form- ' Tub Courier-Journ- al called a man a ,i A r.aw8naDur ,rUbt has boon bav- - pound cattle for sale. B. K. Wearon Undivided ProUU 200 S8 72,000 00 for jnir things lis own way for sevcrul x bun. Circulation bird and got a suit on 120,350 77 Oranges, JUnanai, Cnkei, Crackers, Murltl won tho Now Year's Handicap Individual Deposits 8U9.090 damages, it wm oo preny moib8. Kund juj tin tough on tho leiiow u iuu ou.Kuwr at Now Orleans. Ho sold 10 to 1 lu tho Other to pay tuxca a fire, supposed to havo been of 372 SO liabilities its alligation, as U doubtless cenjiary origin, destroyed a stable at pools. H. Diulderar sold lOyoarllnr; Col. W. will. Paducah and 15 horses and mules were :il7,42S 84 mules to a Pennsylvania man at $33 and Etrnlngs last six months 7,2ir47 drink less than any burned. TUB Americans - 9 300 00 Earnings left over Tbe total receipts of gold at the Den- ono to Tom .Rankin aV $M. with his nation, wbllp tuo uavarians uriun ver branch mint In 1808 wcro $20,105,-00HesldeswIonlncabiKsum 7.513 47 mure. Tha W. 0. T. U. and other a gain of $7,822,511 over the ro trotters last season, Marcus Daly won DieiiMsu r as roixowst tperance people are responsible for , over $33,000 with his runners. - 13,000 00 3 per cent, dividend -- " us Uilng tne souero V. Held delivered Saturday 22 of tho Carried to surplus Tbo coinage of tho Sao FraooUco 300 00 recently sold to Simon Welhl Undivided proDts left over 200 OS Ls.iojs, Ac, st itock Bottom Cash Prices only at The London Kulqf ymitiiiuu ex Sen- - mint for December is tho largest ever cattle he 1.7S3 ! of recorded for a single month, amount-th- e ut Uo. They ayeraged 1,350. s Tes paid au r 1 2,250 13 Cogar ic Davis have recently bought Other eitHinses ire many ing to $10,002,000. NVional Howie wU'W-if- i 17,913 47 who Confederate Veterans of New York ubout 60,000 bushols of corn at fiom besides bts, Vepublleiw' frlewls, St. J. 8. UocKUt, I'rcs. adopted resolutions denouncing the cf- - $1.25 to $1.60 delivered. Advocate. would I'e to see hits get It. i J i SKILL OF DOCTORS TESTED. Fifteen Years of Suffering. til "I thought should surely die." 1 a M ' t sa -- -- I at . r Hoursh-on-Drcss- o. h.. The Louisville Store's s ReV-4i- Mew Year's Greeting Hum Of ! The Busy Busks ... J r "B.RC3-Al3Sr- srss ' toll-gate- ... Dress Goods,. Outings, Table Lins ens; Ginghams, Hose, Comforts, Blankets, Ladies Cloaks 1 in co hs rail-wit- The Louisville Store. 500-foo- 11 Don't Want To Sue Me. . If You Don't Pay 1 0. ' MARK HARDIN. blnh-vuppln- (: - s f ..... ...... .... .... ...... Candies, Fruits, Gfyanpber INufs, - """ - Sets, Dier $$tst Tea ets, Coal Vase5, HIGGINS MoKINNBY'S. ! ParkwMt-rui- ..... ... THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., G. - Ja.v. 3, i8fp 0, Wai.tox, HuaiNivw Manaoi:h. I) it, IX. 00t.DSTF.lN,lliu optician, will be nl' the St. Asaph today. Mr. O. A. McUoiikuts and Miss Hesslo nurnstdo, Mr. L. L. Doty and MlMusan Flthcr Wood, Mr. J. W. Rout nnd MIm Jessie Cook joined tho Inncator eop1o In tholr t pcclal car and atlondod tho bop at Crnb Orchard prepared find of tlui vnry bot loiuorl ala Ht Penny's Drug dtoro. Yorit doctor give you the right Inscription, hut unlets It properly Wed, jou can't reasonably uxpect nlwuy uccuriuoiy Tki1 rttutls, It I I persmaTandsogiety'gossip. IUI1.KV has been Miih. J. qui to lluk. JOHN A. WaU.aci:, of tobanon, U visiting IS natl TllK CARII system I very satlsfnc-tor- y I Wit.t. bo here all this week, but deputy ilierlll ogaln and It will bo ray terms for IKU'J. will lenvo Monday, Jan.!), for Winches(i. II. (VOI'Kil hail tils feet f rotted W. H McRoborts ter. You are cordially Invited Ut cail whllo out hunting' Saturday. Mltrt. LHK Wkiiii, of Loulsvlllo, Tin: bird law It again In forco and this week and have J our work dona. A. Karp, photographer. the guest of MIssSuslo Lai ley. woo 1hi unto him who kills or traps J John H. Mkikh spent several duys quail, partridges or pheasants. TllK Queen ,t Crescent route an with II. X.lmmcr at Richmond. left Youit account nt Uonzloy Hros' stn nounce) that beginning with the car MlHS CATJIUIIINK IlAl'OHMAN round-tri- p ticket! will be sold at ttho yesterday to enter college al tlolllns, bio It ready for you. Please don't mako rato Of one faro for tho round-tri- p, It necessary for ut to call Ym you, but n. every Sunday between local stations on Mil. AND MltB. J. S. F.EKD went 10 pay It nt once. that line. . ' Louistllo Saturday to remain a few I nkkd whutjouowe mo nod hope UllJU. Fon Pointinci a Gun. -- John RanMiss Nan Smith, of Sherman, you will not postpone further the pay- dall, a young white married man, was Texas, I tho guest of Mis Mottle Men ment of your account. This tnoant you. fined by Squire Coffey 0 for pointing1 w II. C. Ruploy. i fee a gun at a boy. lie could not pay and MtSS KI.LKN llAI.LOU, of the Col TltK Lincoln County National pa Is working It out ut 1 day and putego, spent her ChrUtma In Clnoln trlotlcly obtorved tho day, but tho ting In his nights in jail. vM. In parent. O KKVNOMiS liaa qualified ns tho loft'of Dr. J. II. Owsley' bahll ' un,ay flr'"J' - received an ugly TilKrtB - no excuse to claim that tho ,0 ' rhetek- - " WM ""f01" 1.1 of January I. a holiday, nay the best c,,(l on lh1 cuiuus niiuu iijuiiii, inn noun rcguincu of lawyer. and It now doing wolf. Did Land Salh. Hon. O. A. Lack TllK Crab Orchard Spring Kcoley fig oy has told hit farm of rt 10 acres on tho Cure francHtsryult was on trial attain ,5i Springs last night. Danville plko to Sam II. Shrinks for 'yesterday befojpJudgn llalloy, having I0CAUIAPPENINGS7 been continued from last month. !Cv ANNIK IICCKNr.lt, daughter of Scott Messrs. G, C. Webster nnd Gtis Hofj Window lights, putty, etc.. nt Craig Iljckncr, colored, didd last week of mann are on nana ana watching tho ,t Hocker'a contuinpllon. She attended school at result with great Interest. '. . Two nlco rooms over our stable for Frankfort and was a 1U iAX 1'AYHIIH. UWlng to thO BC good girl. rent. 'Iloazlpy Hros. vcro winter and In rcsponsu to nppeals, IJL'ltNKi) Out. L. II. Hamsoy fc Co , I havo decided to dofer tho advertiseHit. lot of Oliver plow Just received sign writers, wcro burned out lock, ment of delinquents till nextmontn, ut Hlggln .V McKlnnoy's. mm stock and barrel at Lexington, but wcro when I can wall no longer. Show that SOM).IlockcafltloSprlncitbaoTocn In thu ring aguln next day and reudy you appreciate this by paying mo nt told to Cincinnati partloi. onco S M. Owens, shcrllT. for work. d, I -- Jt'BT received a full xiock flooring, colling and finishing. A. I. Sine. ICKT, Welch Roclle riv K f W frr r.i i out oilils 'fj Tim month of January will beilevolnl to weeding ends of oirr large stock and k. 88 n i d Winter Underwear, Boots, Shoes, t ' Overcoats, Cloaks, Flannels, &c, &c, -- . m " i .. sj ,i WoitSK AND W01-8Tho change In the schedulu which went into effect Sunday, only nlfcctt No 2.", which, now leaves Louisville atU:20 1'. M and gets hero at 1.02 A. M. To go to IvOUlsvllle now and return the same day, a man will havo to be up thu full 21 hours. i To Go Al- - ! Less Than Cost-to Produce ! 1 j ') tax list 'In Tub supervisors of tho assessment,"aroif session to raise your., Kstlbl and rcduco it H thoy can't help It. They nro Messr. J. II. McAl- litcr, T. J. Robinson, T. M Holmes, S. V. Gooch and W. T. Tuckor. Tho total aBscssmcnts of the property In tho county Is $ljri00,100, which Is much less than last year. t If you have nolbonglit, now it the time It wi pajr you tn cany many goods over till next Wlntor at the prices we offer tliem. i B SEVERANCE v St SONS. mMy3ms.sm&mm8mmmmi S m V TllK MVKltS Housk -- It Is now Mlno Ilo-- t K. II. Deazloy, ho having rented TllUltn wore dozens of applicants for ami laken charge of the Myers IIouso. ounty MI8H Katik Sali.kk, of tlarrodt tho money advertised In last issue and Ills sitter, Mrs. Fattlo Hays, will sco burg, tpent several dayt with Mist An tins it to notuy o.ncr wno tninK oi to tho culinary and domestic departupplyln; thnl it it all loaned. na Cook. ments and together they sbouldfdo well. UittMKfl, of Garrard, Miss IlEfr-McKinnky, a McKlnncy NeWiu. It (ho cued of Miss Mary Cook, 'at gro, was Qacl 110 and costs by Squlro Don't uso revenue stamps on letters. Cook' Spring. Culloy at McKlnnoy Saturday fordraw-In- g A lotjer to this olllco a few days since LlTTLK EllWIN ANO MOIHtlH DAV18, F. Phillips, Fon AUDiTon. Dr. a razor on Arthur Singleton. wastaraicd with one and wo wcro com- who was elected on W. democratic of Lexington, pent Christmas with the pelled to pay Ic to gel It being tho ticket for Mrs. Jolin A. Allen, of schools, In Tilt: Su Asaph Hotel will bo rim this penalty provided, which that unfortunately Clay, by superintendent M c Sauplkv went to Clo a majority of 412, although Jnxni ycur under tho same management I'comcs oil of tho person who receives It, Ikol .nun,-- - .. tirtl-.into . c.nrall yesterday to arguo a cao bo-- J Farrlt & Hardin, tho report that they " .ii.viu.tjr i,v..vF .uo- Instead of the one who tends the let' fjrt' the I' S court. uuru, iiiu I'uest cm qis lamer Just to clean up the stock and make had dl6oltcd partnership being unjuriiy, is ready for our Spring lines. Iteautiful yard ter. Muiiaum Gkoiiur I'. UmaiiT and true. In.luw, W. II. Johnson. Dr Phillips wide Percales to close 6c per yard A few pieces of Gingham to close at 3c yard. at tectloit, t II Yeager, of tho Hubblo HUSTONVILLK wns tho liveliest town has yielded to appeals to become a can can find your C.C. SMITH, who was refused distil In Ihlii Hnrttnn tntt urpelr. npftliln tho didate for State 'auditor and judging PrlnlsSc yard Heavy yard wide Brown Cotton 3Jc yard. II are down with the grip. In our Broken NaNNCTTK Hkatii, o Rch- - ler's license last court to sell whisky J public entertainment at tho Presbytc trom tno many letters no has from size Miss ir.ond, it down to mo her now nanbew near McKlnncy, has ported' notices 1 rlan c'urch tbore were parties at J. leading democrat, be has a good ehow staling that ho will mako another ap W. Hooker's, V. D. Morso's, H. R. to win tho nomination. Ho is well at Mr. and Mr. A. (I. Secrance'. oy Crab plication next Monday. Mis.4 LlTY 1'KNNINOTON, Camnitz and Miss Camilla Hopper's. quallfled and lirs election in a strong t Orchard, Is visiting her cousltf, Mrs. RitADfOitDSViLi.t:, in Marion county, They were all largely attended und republican county shows his popular- The prices wi l certainly pleise you. A man's good R.it for $1.15. Our pattern Hats left iu the Millinery Department now gj at half price. ity. Sm D. Young. Nlcholatvlllo Journal. with a population of MO, has not a sin the young folks did lota or courting. CjisryOwsky. Eso . hat aono to glo Negro not even, a colored cook. write-u- p IN Its of the Transylvania KSTIMATKS THE SAMK. -- Messrs. A. 1rxlngton to praetlco law and Is board There Isn't a colored family living C. Sine-un- d John A. Allen hare been University Centennial, the Lexington Spurr on Short Ini? with the MUsc within half a mile of tho town. held figuring on Dr. Ed Alcorn's proposed Herald suyst Tho street Root very charm brick business building in Uustonvlllc In Kentucky was in 176.1. Tho estabMibs KttaHku.k A. G. Eastl'and, tpecial agent for Ingly cnterulncd about 40of her friends the Mutual Life Insurance Co., of New and strange to say their figures were lishment of Transylvania Seminary 1783. That convention was call at her home near Turnertville FrUaj York, placing hi friends under ob the same to a copper. Tho building was In will cost In tho neighborhood of $.,00u ed as a military act by Colonel Logan night. ligation by presenting them with C II OWENS went to Harrodsburg bandsorae calendar, diaries and other and It is hoped tho doctor will order it and consisted of one representative the bop there that useful articles to keep and measure put up at once. Either of tho above from every military company. Tho Friday to atu-n- AT first convention elected by the people gentlemen will do u first class job. night. Georgo C. Kcl'or, Jr., went time. was In 1784. Tho Seminary during that . alio to sea bit parent. THE mercury began to crowd down year was put into successful operation, YOUNO. William l Young, son of OJlts. J. B. OWBLKY has returned W. Ten J. II; Young, died ut his homo near Suttirday, when It was up In tho GO and and in 178j was actually opened under from vyl-l- t to her ton, John nlnglon, who has so far recovered that Highland Sunday morning of consump- a raging snow storm et in. It grew the supervision of David Rice In Lin' The latest designs In Totlet Artie la, Atomizers. Mirrors. tion, aged --V. Ho was a healthy young colder und colder till tho new year coin county at Crow's Stntlou. ho will return In n few dujs. Mr. nun until a recent spell with measles, made Its debut with the earth covered, Till Somerset I'aragon says that REUSiOUS MATTERS, F. J Crmpbell nnd family have moved during which ho caught a deep, cold with a threo inoh snow and tho therplace and that Mr. Campbell which develo)ed Into consumption. Ills mometer registering 4 below 7ro. It to that Rev. Wm. Davison Is holding a meet and son, Clnlro, will go in the grocery remains wore laid to rest in Mt. Mo- - did not materially moderate Sunday nil ing at Lynn's sehool-bouthut will Dest line of DOLLS ever offered for the money. though tho sun shone in a cloudless sky lust all week. rlah burying ground yesterday. qusluess, and yesterday at 0 A. M. tho mercury Revs. Johnson, Sprinkles and Davl I'ktku Stiiauh, Jit., and bride their bridal tour Sunday. Hr.I.n. Kd Summers, Negro, charg- was at zero. Tho frost and snow on thu son are conducting a warm sanctltlca- mon- tree presented a sceno of surpassing They will co to housekeeping In n few ed with breaking Into and stealing tlon meeting ut Rowland. now occupied by Rov ey, watches and a pistol from Columbus beauty, which, however,only those who Rev. S. M. Rankin will preach at dajs In tho house Wheeler' house, wns tried before taw it from tho window, of a wcll-hea- t R, R Noel. Mlddlesboro Sunday and Rev. W. C Coffey ut McKlnnoy Sat- ed room, could fully enjoy. It wo Mit. ano Miw. J. F. Walton havo Siulre W. A. Roberts, of Danville, will fill his pulpit $200 ball. He could clour and got some wurmer during tho traded tbelr proHsrty at Crescent urday and held in here. D. II, C. day, but ii was a lcgul holiday and the Springs for ft residence on Kdgar not give It and Deputy Sheriff This is tho centennial year of the, jail. Tho lgnul tervlco took udvantago of It and Ilaptlst street, Cincinnati, where Mr. Walton IV) ton brought him back to church at Somerset and during pistol was found on the Negro. gavo us no prediction. Is In business. too summer a big celebration will be lyr, Rowan SauklkV baa beaten his FntEDTiiECALAiiooSE.-j-Epb Payne, held. CllittSTMAS passed without an entersword Into J. composing stick und is tainment, except tile kid masquerade of Crab Orchard, got on a tear Friday Tho Rev. Wm. Crow, ofthe Presbybeing urged by tho back at hi old place iu this oRlee. at Mayor Mcnefco't, and tho old pcoplo afternoon nnd after standing him us terian church, Snclton M. Saufley, who has beuo ucreu with the youiMftxpeoplo that it long us bo could, Marshal J. A. Shan democrats to make the race for tho tilling It, will attend school. was the quietest and dullest on record non ran him into tno log structure Legislature In Madison county. by UOUN to tho wlfo of T. C. Rankin, n There wasn't oven u fight tocnllvon tho there, culled by courtesy, a jail. Ho An Ohio judge decides that christian bay', to tho wlfo of Georgo Lawrence, a days and after tho terrlho uso of ex. hadn't been in thoro long boforo ho set scientists can not bo prosecuted under Walter' Warren, a plosives and fireworks Christmas Eve flro to it und tho bluzo was climbing the law against unlicensed doctors girl, und to Mr n boy. Tho two latter aro everybody and oven thing resumed tho Into tho rafters, whon It was discover- - j practicing, because no drugs or medl-c- d of Mr. Silas Anderson. oven tenor of their way. , und put out. Puyno dldn' mako 'clnes nro UBed. , Iron Fence. CypressShingles. Mit. Gko. II. Ilitvci:, of Danville, President Snow, of tho Mormon unything by tho performance, however, K OK P. Dladqm Lodge, No. 81 for tho marshal loaded him Into a was hero Saturday. Ho has bad a most Salt Lako Cltj", claims thero advantageous oiler to become a partner Knights of Pythias, elected tho follow- -' hlclo. and bad nlcht us It was.brought have boon no plural marriages in tho Hrook-tolag officers ut It meeting Thursday him to jail here, whero bo remained church tlnco 1890, because it is aHo ( Jn tho Rubber Good hoiuo at Mass., for which ho ha been tfav night: Chancellor Commandor, John till yesterduy, when ho wu taken bo entirely forbidden by Its decrees, ullnir and will likely accept It. II. Melor; VleoChancellor.Greonberry fore Judge Carson, who held bira In woman adralrerof tho A jjow y Mit. C. L. Dawks has moved hi Ilrlght; I'roluto, A. II. Sovoranco; JlOO ball. Tho offonso of attenj ling ( p000 . nm n c0& BnU( box Incrust- Mill Metal Roofing. family to tho MoRobert bouse on Som- Muster of Work, Di A. S. Prico; to destroy public properly Js a serious leti w(th superb diamonds, made byooo AvCnue, where his wife's grand Keeper of Record und'Seul und Mas ono and as it Payno'ssecondattompt, erset 0 tuo best jewelers of Romo, as a Now foihcr lived pvor 70 years ujo Mr, ter of Finance, Jesso D.iWcaren; Mas- It I likely to go hard with him., Tho Clnclnnutl Transfer Co. bought 'Year's offoring, together with a check "Tho development of the Wayno and Annie McCIary will occupy tho house ter of Exchequer, Dr. W. II. O'llan day but thrco-yea$50,000. Is a mule tho other for Pulaski county Kentucky oil field on East Main street ho vacated. nun; Muster ut Arm, J. W, Rout. J. old that measured 18 bands and ono jj-County National, Dr. J. jiuth Houston, of Huntington, Tin: Lincoln proportion of a small Inch high. He weighed-1.11- 5 pound. Missks Julia IIioaiNs and Mary S. Rico was elcctod trustee to succeed B. Owsloy, cashier, curned 18,163.21 the, ya., hopolessly ill of consumption ussumlng the Little, of Richmond, uccorapuoled by W. F. Sheridan. A banquet Is talked lust six months, out of which a dlvl- - wtta ut, ner request, taken to tho Ohio boom., This Is said to be tbo largest mule la Miss Suo McRoborts, of Danville, will of la the near future. Henderson, Kyu during tho year Jut America. dend of -- 1 per cent, was ucotoreu, .ou onacouch aud Iramorscd in tho pres of ' go ttrst to Culpepper, Va., thence to closed made the remarkable record TllKehtortulnmoni'Rlven by Dr. W, carried to surplus und tho rest applied bncb'of 600 pooplo who shivered to seo afirelosofonlyl-VM)3- , Mrs. Cordelia Rotkfn, who sent poiwith insur- Richmond, W.Wushlngton, liultltnoro ( flna ment of ft.iUAfIIl.mil othor ox - her enter tho Ico cold wator, iwiur :I A.,r - .1.1 . soned candy to Mr. Jbbn PK Dunning, They will bo absent D. Tardtt' ftclmo., iuaUtod by u fow totbo paj and Now York. ".ja tho ordeul sho said sho felt much bet - , ne outsiders, ul Wulton's Opcru IIouso nonseit of Dover, Del.J In order to get rid of several weeks. Mlnnenpolls suffered two eievavor bcr so that she could claim her husTho gros turnings of tho First Na- tcr, Friday night was, Itko ull hi previous IKW,- ftli&s JoSKi'iUNK Rkiu gave a hand Rov. Ira Purtln, of tho Haptlit Arcs Iu as many duvs. Tho lust had efforts, good. Thu heavy rain kept u tional Hank of Stanford, J. S. Hocker, band, and succeeded In killing herund Hue breakfast yesterday morning at great inuny uwuy und us a consequence president; J. J,4 McRoborts, cashier, church, tolls us that In three year ho 000 bushels tn It and tho loss with the unotber lady, was senteuced for life by vrilch covert) were laid for 12. It was and A. A. McKlnnoy, usslsUnt cushler, has held 13 revUuls which resulted in structure I 200,000j a Sun Vrunelsco jury. neu of thu most ek'gunl allalrs of tho thu sum which will go to tho new pub out, 21 uddltions by experience aud bap 5, mouths wqro Tho notorious "barrel house," und u in u long lluio lie school building will bo a ruther for tho six kind given tn Danvillu ono. Tho program consisted of of which was paid the usual semi- tlsm and fully 100 by letter. During houso adjoining, wbloh was owned by Mis Virginia Ilowmuu entertained at small solos und drill, annual dividend of 3 per cent, and paid tbo time ho organized oburches at Hur Cbef;of Police Hall, were destroyed bniukfast today in honor of Mrt. L. U. choruses, recltutlons, expenses and carried mony in Gurrurd aud Mt. Hebron und by Uro utJMlddlesboro. Dauvllle Ad- allot wbluh werouredltably rendered, all Ibo taxes and Of No. tltVourtlt Ave., Mcllcnry, of Loulsvlllo. Hall's Gap In Lincoln county. especially "The Indian Huntresses". 91100 to surplus fund. Hurrell Moofo und Miss Ada Cornel- vocate. -Tho nustonvillo National Hat.k, Dr. (son and Charles Trlbble and Miss IN It writo up of a dance there last and "The Clown's Horn" drills. Tho Tbo largest Union depot In tho world and J. W. HookWill be at tlm Catherine Lewls,wero married in Madweek, thu "Mi Sterling Democrat has music, which was.good, was furnished Ed Alcorn, president, made 41 per eont. net for ha just been comploted ut Boston at a St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Tuesthis: Mis Christine llrudley, the loe by Miss MaUlovjrMIJler,ot Richmond, er, cashier, $11,000,000. Tbo roof of tbo ison. In. numerous enter tho six month and declared a dividend cost of )y daughter of Kentucky's governor, who bat assisted J. II. Crane, of Lexingday, Jan. 3, 1899. Policeman The bank Is tn a most shed alone covers Hi acres, under fortbootlngood killalways handsome, bright and attract- tulnuicnls of a Itko nature hero. Tho of 4 per cent. whl'ih there are 15 miles of track and ton, waa' acquitted Upturning one day la each mOutU, condition. Iu capital stock It ive, was never more so tban on this rendition of "Tbo Manluo" by Mis healthy aro O'JS switches In It ing Uastut Bradford, wb'le the latter was loudly applaud 150,000, Its surplus 123.000, it deposit 30 of rail. Thero Examine! mi Olutw SctaUfcallf occasion, tastefully gowned la Nile Annie May Stewart coal from a Southern Rail- Ky loans and discounts and 'iZ express train can uMoad at was stealing AdJtuUd. green brocaded satin, beaver trlinmjng udatwa tbo solo of Mis Mollle U. 50,10l,03aod lit way car. once. 3110,398.18. Atnortcan ucauty roses Ghent. and diamond t Piicu CuitTts nnd children, of Somerset, nro visiting rclallvct In this MitH. First National and tho osto!!lcc kept open housu yesterday. Mi ' FlOHT Town Marshal Palestine Rogers, of Rowland, and John Harnett had a fight ovor a trivial affair during tho holidays when both were considerably used up, Rogers using a pistol and Harnett a weight to beat each otber with. They wcro tried before "Pro tern" Judge Darst, when tho marshal We gratefully express to our ciHtnmcra and friends our full appreciation of their caiightaMOflno with costs. JJarnett favors during the year Just closed and shall strlvo by nil honorablo means to merit wn- -i acquitted. a continuance of their confidence and patronage. Wo offer many goods this week NEW YEftR GREETING ! At Ridiculously Low Prices. """' . LOTS OF SHOES I JOHN P. JONES. 1 iroinBit,Txss w d -- CRAIG & HOCKBR'S m Books "By Standard Authors at 15c so HEATING STOVES AT COST - J 1 Country Produce Wanted BBAZLBY & CARTER. grand-childre- J I S ti fi I ' A.C.S1NBJ i STANFORD, KY. JS Work. r- 3 1 '" g, -. -- lu -- IV-12.0- DR. R. GOLDSTEIN. ; Louisville. Kentucky; r O - W 1 v Cs 'l ,', ( 'u A lii , -.-iPh- . tut? i n mi iiii i ill mMr inn IfflMAl JJJ IWKSn . - &, I w. VI II I I I A .111,1,1, Stanf Story o Mar and Lav J' '? y- .i ;"TT f 45MEK YKAJUN ADVANCJ -- hrrfd. XTio not oriJIa.KO will uuuau fp1" IN'Cl-- 1 saw you last, Sam, strange thing boa bap jaCJSU.NEi KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. No. S ArrrlresstMtanlordat No. 4 l.mre Stinbrd at . No. 31 Arrlrn t ItnwlsnA it No. 23 Leare Slmford t in an I2.(U 2M 1.0 A. u. S.io a. m. lui, r, M. KNBXVILLE DIVISION. JCo. M Train colas: Nortn .12 ST p m ., Ma. M " ' oulh . .. 2 11 1 13 k in 1.11pm am Forallirotats. bohoii tickets m)lo. For any Information enquire ol u.uioaoi: chucked through. JOB S. MCE, Agrnt, Stanford, Ky. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. Trafi leave Frankfort at 8:30 A. m. and S p. v., oanectlnK at Oeontnown wllh CJ. A C and reach. faParlat8:40A. M.andft:10r. x. - Lnn I'arla x and 3::) r. M., connecting- at Uterus' town vim ij.au, ana recuin; at ii:,v a. m. and7'VOp at. joski'H it. nf.wton, a. o. r. a. t:A. k r 'i !' Hplnll,t f.rrn of t1crel Seulkeatl Kahwa Meantime Samantha' beauty and vivacity Una Well I'tsi- -I M milt fmm the MImhiiI had mtde her' a t belie of the tldrklr settIM, Mill Mil Tralna pau Jnnctlon City aa follows: unec.y trrrat or tra,le liir fAtm la Otilrsl Ku countryside, and John was aware of a pang ,12 M p ra Mo. 2 North4 11pm Ma. 1 South In a luiky. rini.il),''! la SJ,w illDereae when he found that the was not near o afMo. I " ..llBOsra S4Saw "4 " AilJm lloi M, Slstikn), Ky trsJ. " Ma. lSlpra fectionate a when he went away. ...lllara "10 . 808pia Mo. " SWam On an adjoining place waa a Mom. 1 and 2 do not atop. 9 and 10 run no furhandsome fellow, working aa a farm hand, than Junction Cltr. ther ho had already begun to dread tli3 coming cold weather, for he had been "born and Tbo Lincoln County National Hank, of raised" in the ardent climate of Torto Illco. Stanford, Ky . has succeeded the farmer Xorcover, this handsome young Vet InHank A Tru.t Vt nf Stanford, Ky and dian, with the musical name of Jose llodri-guclis awu-neall JUllalillltte. snula and had become deeply enamored of the entire butlnc. ? II. ellANKS. President l ienncsscc girl, and h? reJ II. OWKI.KY. Casliler turned hi passionate auit with such fervor that when Jose took Ins departure for hi home in the "Ocm of the Antilles" Samantha' place in the Saxton household became vacaut. Sho went with him, and Loulsvlllo, Ky., John wa left with a grent blank place in hi lo7ibb- - Jill! to n.ediiule upon thi paucity uf AMERICAN & EUROPEAN Made from pure gratitude and theenormousnessot flcklencn in the maiden heart so far a he wa in v cream of tartar. formed. Thi was the only girl John ever loved, Tni nro OLD CHUMS. The Ladies Itcstiuraiit U tbe rliiest In but in the year that Atme be found one the city. Kvery convenience for ladle which both belonged, with the pretended inbe loved with better reason, and be wa tliar tbcdiy in the city. tention of having steps taken to rescu- - tbe giad that the other affair turned out a it (Jei)tlcii n's Cafe on oltlce floor suffering member from the outrages. did. Of course John would expostulate with "I wa homely," said John, "and growing THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. Sam for tho solicitude, but nam already, and so i Uidn t suit poor little Manager. Alem powders are the greatest Sam' indication that hi bamantlia, but I hope she will be mppy, Music TuMil-iv- , Ttmrj.hy and Sunday mm arm to friend should be thus put upon could do1' John succeeded to tbe ownership ofhalf oi toe present day. I. .. Kt'Din. .Til VIA l..aa !....nA .Inl... rrl I . , H rt .. 4t A, ll t .l.,l.aH n ... ..! a ,1.Z! BOTAL BAIUIIO rowom CO., WW YOBK. Sam, while the post and lodge, being in the grew upon one of tbo quarter sections of the joke, also had much quiet amusemeut in two sections that were willed to his sister, I tbe trick, poor old John being tbe uncon- - who are yet wholesome matron in the vtl- I lage, wive of ciousbutt. merchant tbert. Continuing the conversation begun at tbe and mothers to many cousins of the Saxtoa ,.. imMot, uuuu u,ui progeny. i rami u MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror..' "Yea, I have had my romance, but this John's son John is a gallant fellow of 04, : is not mine, though I am inter-- ( and he waa brought up half town boy and last one half farm boy an excellent combination, erted in it. Newly famished; clean beds; splendid, "You remember that jJoor girl I brought foi many reason. John, Jr., went to Cuba with the Crat Porters back from Knoxville in tbe spring of table. Everything 69 "Well, I should think I ought to remem- volunteer troop that were lent by our meet all trains. ber her. I've always thought she was tbe "Uncle Samuel" to tench the Spaniard some lessons in humanity He seemed born cause of your losing your hair, and " v "Never mind my hair, you blamed scamp." to repeat his father' tourso in many ways lfitetlotia. and to Improve on it In others, for he, too, "I don't mind it. Nobody docs. It ain't : "I'm coins to let mr office bov take a dar was a sergeant who brilliintly won shoulder cf! right along fn anybody's way." from the first of tbe year." GoutlN. ' straps of single bar. He got his, however, "Sam Nelson, I'll hurt you yet." nat seems strange. Co., "Don't. John. Hut what about the girl? n: Kl Cancy. Moreover, while on detail "Not in the least. with a detachment l.(r Ponce, Porto Rico, the leave from my It's his business to trar Goods Warranted. She' got orcr being a girl by.this tiifle." calendar pad.',' N. V. KOUNDltD 1HOR. "I should say she had. She's well on the ,I?it Guaranteed. Journal. way to being a grandmother. Give Him a Call. "You don't say!" WHKN VCU I1AVB A HAD COLU. ,V "I just did say.'' "How do you know?" Vou want the, best raedlclno thut can HTANHinn. KY "Lemine tell you.'" be obtained, und tlmt U Cham berluln' v IMlj2SK9 "That's what I'm waiting for," Coul',1 Uemedy. Hefore repeating what John now" told Sam Tiirr-it is neceiaary to say that tbe two were You want a remedy that will not ii.crnlwrB ol the same Illinois regiment of WehRYO ported our land and lierobA only five quick relief but effect u perfantry in Kast Tennessee in the winter of warn all iMirMin from treiulni-o- n il,i.i manent cure 1EG3-until after the campaign that involved lor any purx wliatever. tinder iH'naltv of l.u m ...-- Inw .,mu4.I I I. buiii u, ini ill ...., of Knoivllle, and that .John's son Youjwuui the siege that will relievo PHSimiATES ' Johu was a soldier in the Cuban war, a hero !. II. llAL'ailMAN, T. ll, Nr.WI.AM), the lung und keep expectoration easy. V. IIAt'dllMAN, cf Santiago and one of the invader of Porto I'KNCK. And Dealer in You want u remedy that will counter- EIGHT GREAT STATES J. II I'ATTLKsOX. A. M. IIAUOHMAN, K. m s. ( Itico. . S. II PIIANKf. M1W. V. OltlMIV. act uny tendency toward pneumonia. 2&BN5SS, 5ADDLEIIY, &C After tbe siege of Knoxville had been Ifeotuckv. Tennowee. Virginia, Georgia J K LYNN. J E. I1UITE, You want u remedy that Is plcamnt raised a large body of the federal troop, iol- North aud Uouth Carolina, J. II. McKINNKY. r M. WAltB. STANFORD, KY. Alabama, MWttlpllowed Longstrect's retreat into Virginia aa A. Ji t'ELANI), and bafe to take. J s. OWSLEY. SU, ' far aa Strawberry Plains, Tcnn., when the Chamberlain's Couch Uemedy tlin federals went into camp for some week in t only medicine tn u.c-- that meet all of 7VT. tbe most uncomfortable bivouac that wda thewo renuireineni. Thi rPtnedv I known in tho history of the war. Tho us Between loul.vlllo am the youth. Mm weather was, for the most part, intensely v famous fdr It cures of bad cold cold, food waa pitifully scarce, and what & throuchoui the United otitic and In little there was was bread made from "sick SURGEON, many foreign countries It ha iimn wheat" and bad corn, and beef from a lot cf unfed cattle that were so poor and tbiu iIvuIh, but, fur the und pcrtuan- - Each way Jjctween LouUvllleaad Lexington -lY'1MW,lNr,HTi rnd feeble that the butcher had to hold eqt euro of bad colds, stands without a W. A. TUliK, 0. I. A up to knock them down. tbem OOlce over lllgglns-d- : McKlniiey's Store. I). (J. Washington. A1M0ST STASVCD AtrO TUtOZZB. are lieer and It splundid nualltli-The pitiuhle herd was daily driven across j V. II. TAYLOR, A. O. I". A ' ditch, and those that were too weak to everywhere udmlrcd und praised. Iultvllle. K Arhile resting with hi command at a K get over, and therefore fell in, were killed and ralo by Cral( .V Hocker, I)rui.'lsts. while those that could get over picturesque wayude inn, Lieut. John, Jr., ; for food, vere held ta being able to lire until the was agreeably astonished whvu addressed, Clnclnuutl, Florida and Havana LimUnclortjiUor, in somewhat mufd United Mates, by the k. next killing time. auatonvillo. lotund matron of the establishment. Sho ited a now train 51 liouraClnclntmtl ltcntitcky The men were half clad, in dirty, ragged had -. clothe, and were without shelter, but there celledofhim "OllisairSaxtone." Shetheir asked to Havana, Queen fi Crccent Ilouto Otters litascrrliM to tli vupl oi Vtt l.ueo.n comthe soldiers the name f one and connccttu rail und utcumnhlp wood enough to make big lire. t vt t jinn.T,iH.A snJCu couiult he had mmp,y replied; "Sax( During tbis time occurred the famous' Cold mander, and utislwiT.iin Usud lice. I'lnent trulu In tbo South. ton." II M. Cariviiter. M.ui(.r. iear day," January 1, lbfll. remem-Quickly It all came out. She wis the Through ticket on halu "Clnelnmitl to all over tbo country as the coldest of Havana vla'thln Hoe. lay that has ever been recorded in the whilom Slmantha Marie), the Tennessee, and she Jiad a lovely daughter At the rate of United States. whose name wa Lucia, bamautha' mothTill: KAOI.E. KIMI lir ALL. IIIIIPS, It rat on that day that John Saxton Wu lite lu the tmdii Mili r.iiu li.--, I. ,,,i Lucy and Jose's mother's I noted for It keen sight, rleur und ills er' name wa tbe John now bam, that these chronicle name waa Lusetto, so Lucia wa a other KikmI Ciils Alwi lluy. Curu, Data, liu uo Frmox J. Reed Gen. Pusa, Agt ,' Unci vision. Ho uro Hiomi perwim Lave J'een speaking of then a duty i inui.Ac. ue ni.upuiiuio iirKk Sutherland's KairleKvu tulvolor vroak E. II. liacon, Din. Puu. Agt. brought into camp a girl of 13 or 10 aud Baud. lUniemlier wutuku 1'arni Pro Mgr wruojeut anv kind nr gruuuluted W.II McDoel, ducla Hi uxehunge Prompt delivery und ear whom he had found, ulmost. atarved ; Taking up agln the i ut i'Joeiit.. between lldb hold at Penny' Charles II. Rockwell Traffic Mgr. and frozen, in a cabin .among tbe bleak ullililloii to all (irder. OHhv and seitlc John, Or., and Sam Nclton, John raid) ueur I.. A N depot. Tuleghono No. U hills. Her mother lay dead on the one tin-"Well, thi la the how of it, 8am. That I'LltUIN A. IfNtl. bed In the cabin; the father, Tom John of mine ha run acrost a poo'.y gyrl I' 8 Wu also furry rieUg Jlu lilui. Slarley, had K-ckilled a leir before in' down there in I'orty Iteekn, and hernami. Parts aud AtluclniiuiiU and do ull kinds of tbe confederate army, and the girl was too is Lucy-w- hat A iniotliignt i he .toeHioliler of tho Nn wa that blame dago'a name CO repairing weak to lcae the plaie alone, and ther she, that run away with bamanthaT-er- -er at A A10NTH. " tlonal Hank ot Ilu.touvlllu will Ihi held Slid BOUTG. their banking lum.o Iu llu.tonvlllo tho too, would soon have diwl of toliTUnd ktar-- . "Why, ho was gay. too. CO YEARS' .VaIAAAs! Tuexluy In Juuuaiy. leltv. between U mid 11 t0t- Varn'the,Johnr ' Ttit Hi--t I Jut loan J Kroui A. u.. for purpiMO of TLe foraging party, of which Sergt. John "Never mind about that. My John has tor to tho tlio eiuuliig electing nine direcTHE BEST AND CHEAPEST year. T9L.ISDO.ATND Kxtun had charge, wrapped the gul upas Captured Samantha' daughter down there, 'OilCEIt. J AllIVlDUluMUbUaa. lot they could iu some rough tucks and and he a) that country' good enough for DAILY PAPER IN THE WORLD John's deplorably tagged owrouat and lum 'wano,' whatever that Is. Jiut he'. OHIOAGO, I U(d her in wit o' the wai us that wa cumin' homo 'long about Christina for a' EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK Whit City Special.' lurtly Itwdid will, loinfudc. and other, visit, and ho wants u to dig up the best V MHestTrruiUU Si.llua. A meetlupiif the stnek li.ihlrM nf u 11 i fcrage. Thev dug .. ahalluir grave in the dinner we can for New Year's day, the day EXCEPT SUNDAY, ' National Hank of btanfurd will LOUIS. lield ot Trade Marks dirt floor oL, the cabin, buried the dead br expects to strike us." k.i.fii,il Tin.w i.. their liaiiklnif DCSiattB AfetJlDg tli Tunnel "Sott of a womuii theie and took the tiiI inlooarop. won't it be, John!" Juiinury, I mil, liouui thrt . At tlio rate of COPVniCHTS etc. for tho pur,no of electing 11 "Well, sorter. Sain. Hut I want to tell John SaUon appointed huunelf bainantha BOSTON. Anton seeding a sketrh and de.crliKt m war uuuiwip. mr iiju vuvuuig ,eur. $1.(10 qoleSIr aanertalll i,ur olnloli fn- w1, Marley'a guardian, and uyon the arrival of vou that there uin't notliiii' too good for for 3 Months, r hu CUkhlur. JOHN. J Wutr Slwplug Cars. lilTvlilloil is Mrobablf iMileiitaMtf. t ie KiunleH, $1.50 tli party ut camp .lie wna earned tj the' thenp but that' romin' back from tlit for 6 Month, I' tlonsstrUtlreunadniitlal. Hand"' k uls I Year. natty war mine anions the rest n,l .lnl, J2.U0 ssnt f re. (IMe.i aiiwiier for seuri,,,. only tent iu all the t eutjiupamnt. for The YORIC. aivui la.vu luroutfll AIUI1II t(A. . tent belonged to u stray Hitler who wu und'hia Lucy will get a dinner worth eatln' t)eUl hoIIm, Mlthout char, lu HuSat Parlor Cars, Wanrr Sloenliig Cars, I'll.st there by means the of which are not if tliU farm and Chicago can furnish the OrapariutatCsrs, Kliiul ChucIiss ami Dlu A mt't'tlngof the of (die Liu. luceuafy to tin ucwJ, With the sutler t: nckv" log Car snmptc co'lc. leave us For coin "kiuntv National Hank of titauford will was his wife, a bushy woman whu waiph,. "And we. John?" Ahando,TilrlllulralM weiitr our nainc or ultc tlu lie held cuiMtloii uf aiir ('stfiiliMti (tiuriidt I)'. II MAltriN. K O, McCOHMIUK, (tally the auperiur of htr liutUnd. J'bi "Oh, iu and the other will be there, If Tue.duyat their banking house the Around In January, IhU'J, for thepuriuse of ciri four luuiittu, ft tfuKI ' J iJ l"a Aki canva abode and il p i . kept coral i' ! ou promise not to fetch any Traffic Mgr, Uen. l'un. fleeting 11 director ror tlio ensuing voar, I York MUNH fi Co.38ti.roei-,,.He- v able by meant of a aluet trim store, und j CINUIKKATI, O WILLIAM CirjUTi'OOT VlsacilCIt. J II OWdLKY, Cuahler. 1 iinutu WIT. HMIT fH ITUUI iWJ I'r Louisville, Ky. QUEEN t CRESCENT. pencl." "What, old tnnn? Had an other romancer Which planet la it, lohn, that causes romanre In the life of a person? Vou mud haro been Iwrn under that, Your life baa been chock-ful- l of that aort of thing, to my certain knowledge." They were two old chuma. talking together. One of them not no very Cray, for the reason that be was quito bald, lohn was the bald one, and the fact cave Sam, Inspiration for frequent Jokea on John, from which bo derived a perennial supply of fun. Sam's cbiefcat joke was to nnd, surreptitiously, to his rather scdata torn rade and lifelong friend notr and then a bottle of bair dressing, or a large comb, or rccipea for removing superfluous hair, or any other thing by which he could ring the change on this picco of annoyance. Sam would work all sort of schemes to bare tbe packages containing these articles cent from different and diatant place", and John, in his serious way, would inform Sam about tbem, and would piteoualy complain to him of the annoyance they caused hint through the poorly suppressed merriment that they occasioned among the several members of hi family, hi jolly wi'e, rt Crown son and three daughters, a la of IS, and ucr two aligbtly older sisters. 8am would mischievously condole with hi friend, and would bring the matter up In the grand anuy post and masonic lodge to crav-haire- any other desirablo thing during the two week that ensued until John tegiment wns ordered back to Knoirille. The day after tli arrival of the rcchnent at Knoxville Sergt. Saxtah' found himself promoted to be a secomf lieutenant, the command having lost heavily in the Many vacancies bad occurred among tbo officers, and tbo regiment, which bad "vcteraniicil," very much needed Idling up. So, added to John' honors, was a dcta J to go lionie on recruiting service, Sanuntlia was now as bealthr a sir) aa there was I. Kaat Tennessee, and cln was exceedingly pretty, withal. Ileside, alio had good natite wit and a much cultivation as tbe country schools of her region were able to giro a girl of her year. liirut. Haxton took Samantha, who waa quite alone In the world, to In Illinois home, where hi old father and mother and his two young aister welcomed her with cordial hospitality and informally adopted her aa one of the family. Of course, linpnttionable and romantic John baxton fell in love with the girl, and went Uick to the army with his recruits and a cherished promise from his f that sho should await his return, at to other. So John was happy and laitnlul. He joined bis command at Chattanooga end went safely' through the campaign in Georgia until the very last battle about Atlanta, which wis, that of Joncsboro, comparatively a skirmish. Jmt there John re ceived a mlnle in the left arm, which, how ever, only put tbe stricken member in a sling, but it placed John bora du combat and suit him home on furlough until the wound cam-afgwar-waiwhole-hearte, the sutler ttock wertj canned sod cC Uiorfiiou price. Hut tl sutler and hi wife airrced to take euro of the girl at an to John Saxton that wn little less than frightful, He bore it hcronally, bow. ever money lieing far more plentiful than E fN. TT new year's feast I at, ij&xEttc$ir: wr should lical. h, much-sough- dark-kkne- RoVal tronxe-bairet- Baking Powder Safeguards the food agairist alum y '' g Cm Mason Hotel .ancaster, first-clas- s. well-to-d- o Kentucky. ; 'W KV YEAR'S day waa a great tvrnt ,vt' In the U U first place, ft was her birthdar. and 1000, too, the and Dick Bom-eron that day, f liorll.orn Ml k Cows 13 high lind met and had lailen in love with grmle Unlve. main anil female, lot of llior each othet. A yearof happy companionship miglilitnl Kis and (lilt (llimx- - Jenew it followed, and on the next New Year's day linn Jennet hml Jaek t'oll, llrooil Marts. Mule Colt. Ac. ANna large quantity alioek tl.ey liecama formally engaged. Little token fodder corn In ". Hale at ntlilrn,pvasod frcm one to the other, Margaret re- - coinmenelnrat erlk m Term Om.li 10 a cttvins a handsome ring, giving Dick in relilt It II. llltONAnill. Crnh Orchard turn a little golden medallion on which was an appropriate inscription. i Xew rustic earday having played so Important a part in their lives, the wedding day waa set for that date the following year. llOVi.KOIltClMTContT. Hut the death of Margarrl' father rained a i postponement, and instead of a wedding Thorns MrltoWrU. I'latnltlT. against J W lltiest anil Others, Defendant. there was a lovrr' quarrel over ome trilling, Ily virtue of a Judgment of the lloylo Cir:ily matter. Dick left the house in ngcr. eae renderlUch thought the other at fault and that a cuit Court In the store-styleiconcihalion would take'plac In a few ed at the January term. ''07, thereof. I will day. Hut Dick wa stubborn and Margaret 9, 1899, iductant to take the initiative. Thus it happened that Dick, more Incensed than Between the hour, of I and 3 o'clock, p. m., ever, went away. He told no one where he nr tlierralxjul. being the llrstdayotthnJan-uarrterwa going. of tbo Mm'oiii County Court. ell Mr. Ilenson had left hi daughte- - rich. tn tho lilgluiit null Iml Milder nt public outTor a time aha brooded over Dick'a absence, cry liefnro the court limiw door luttaiifortl, , vlai but finally etllcj down Into the quiet life Ky., the following devrlU-- proix-rtyInst certain tract of tn old maid. A time passed ahe aretr coln county, Ky , of IjiuiI Ittiato In Lincontaining eccentric, and, though always benevolent and charitable, ahe took the oddest wa) of ABOUT ACRES, doing her good work. She made Xew Yer' nd bounded a follows Itlngsfor near great day and had the strangest assortment a tho town of Crab Orchard, and on the of people call on her, to whom she gave the derm- - turnpike road, alxiut 10) acre on beat of dinner. tho West side ot said road and the remulu- Dick had been abtent 11 year. A the fa- per on tho East side thereof, and adjoin llronaurh vorite bolidiy camo around, Miss lKmson the lands ot Mr. Karri. It. II lielrn, and conceived a new idea. She had a big card Charles Adam and (lit), Jamc which tract Include lauds Inherited by J printed and hung it outside her door on W. (lueat from his father. Jacob durst, and tbe morning of tbe First. It read; the tract of 41 acre conveyed to J. W. fluent by Karris' belr by Comtnlulooer ot the Lincoln Circuit Court, or o mtn-- thereof a may lie necciunry to pay nr.il raise tbo STUMPS WELCOMn aum of tJ.MO.tx). CIOOD NHW VnAIVS DtNNErt. TeiiM. Palo will Imi mbde on a credit ot 8 and 12 months, equal payment, and the coiin is. purchaser will bo required to execute U)nd. with approved surety, payable to the undersigned, having the force antl effect of a and trlnglntcnt from dav of The Yeary Waggle, the Dusty Rhode' judgment, paid at 4 per reiTtf per annum, sale until and the Ragged all feasted that'day. and with lien retained on the ijropcrty a Along in the middle of the forenoon there additional MCurlly for I tin pal men t tdere-o- f. might have been seen a man in front of Tho amount u lw rlv.il fiy tlil sale. Is il.MO 00, the house reading, in some wonder, the invi- - Including (if. C VOX Ut'on. He quickly walked away, but soon Matter Comml, .loner ltoylo Clrvult Court after another tramp applied for admittance. ili. Hcnaon not only fed her strange guest, but ahe entertained him with conversation. A. She asked him about hi life a a tramp. "I am not a tramp naturally," the man lorgeon aid. "I waa a gentleman one, vears ura. Dentist, and wa in love with girl, but" "Weill" exclaimed Mm Ilenson. "what ct herT" Something about the guest moved her strangely. Ottos or.r JlclWUrt.' lrac Slors In theCt)lj . llatldloc. "Oh, nothing; we quarreled; I wisaktub-bor- n fool and went away to South America. 1 received a blow on the head and wandered Y S. D. D. S.f about all over tho world, until, a few inontha ago, I recovered." "Have you found that girl, or don't you care for her ony inoret" asked Miss Ilenson, Teeth Extracted Without Pain! in a strange voice. "I am looking for her now," waa the re- With Vltalltrd Air. 1'ktslclan In ply, "and when I fidd her I will ahow her this," and the tramp pulled from hi pocket Oftlco In the Sew Thompson llulldlng. "S a golden medallion. "Dick!" cried Miss Henson. "Margaret!" cried the tramp, and, throw-in- g oil his false nhivken, Dick Somen and Margaret were clasped in each other's arms. They decided to give Fate no chance to meddle again with their affairs: ther mn.l be married on New Year's day; a year was too long to wait, so the New Year's feast for tramps wis turned into a wedding supper for two loving hearts, separated already Stanford, Kv., too long. M1" N0 My burin? niiirlrlng my VilCriifa from homo a great ileal. I imvo iH)eTiln(l t" my tlirplus aloeknAe . on tlm rliikoout all arm ana win sen to iiki mgiirst Dinner on Saturday. Jnn. 7th. hlgli-grail- a conm she III the coitrHC f the year nld of to prevrnt Itii'sylm nccersarjro bnelhe pure Drugs and ilclillltaled nvttctu Our (lock of jiroprlolarjr scription department Mrdlrtnc d . running down or to build up an nlrradv On Monday, Jan. oitlcle conpre- m tain every remedy of merit and our la supplied with till- everything ncccrsary fur tho accurate ing of physicians prescriptions. 275 H v. Penny's Drug Stor$. FARM FOR SAU OR TRADE. h TO-DA- () NOTICE. Rule' d 8. PRICK, 5 LOUISVILLE HOTEL Stanford, Ky. JBGBB UEAZLBY, iiniif; Lnncatcr,Ky. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Insuranoe Company OP IIROOKLYN. ?W IHSURflNCE PHMNXX oi Scotland. J.G.JvJcCliAY A Is Receiving Ills Fall And Caledonian Winter Insurant R. B. MAHONY, Agt J Soutnem Railway in-- 1 sodth's UITDSRXAKEE,! cror system. - POSTED. i J Througti Sleeping Cars DR. R. TAKE THE PH6LPS, J I thhi:k daily trains homeopathio:physioian IBrlll et-d- Stanford, Kentucky. s "(VauajwiAimntlitutta J. T. I JA SITTTQIT, The P'opulur Route to 1 i I A Daily CHICAGO.? I n war-wa- Paper A NOTICE conu-ratioi- ti. ee. 1 BfG4 ST. Stockholders' .fleeting. 16k ltody-gay-an- d DETROIT HHEXPERicrce Ca-hl- er V Stoccllltlerri, rrlcetliijf. - I nine-strik- ' NEW StuclcliolderN' Meeting. J Scientific jfftiertr. hair-fliln'!-" Evening: Post, f