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Semi-weekly interior journal: January 6, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899010601_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 6, 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. 7, i SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVII. HEWS IN THHICIHABL Y INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 0. 1890. MCXINNEY. V IV tv li ft I ? y r k - t 3 LANCASTER, Wade.C. M. Wade, W. E. Llnthicum, SI'S: "V f,ou,n"0'.' B' " - 'Sheriff Sander has settled with tho who a few Uy With n rt'y Urpo mid select ttoclc and v, .m. uutiucrar, hodi. iwoago was given up to die with pnoumV 0, i fiscal court n full, paying ubout VI v. ivionigom iiniran, u, u.amim, nla. In now hI1 in lt mi. Tho dellnquunf list less than cry ,... Ilov. T. II. Coleman will preach at usual. This petition was left in ono of tho Wo can plcaie you In 8hoc, for Women, Children and Men. Wentandnt the Haptlstrhuroh Saturday mid Sun Those who attended the hop at Crab store hero and at Mt. S.ilcm lor a few tho top for Quality, Style, I'll. A.c. You enn bay from n Plioci thai nre day mornings, and again Sunday night. Orchard aro profuse In expression of day, and wo are Informed but two men ottd a low priced as anywhere. &' Hev. M. P. Morgan preached In tho who?e attention wu called to It, refus appreciation of tho splendid enjoyment Presbyterian church last Sunday morn ed to sign It. Still another Hat of name generally, and particularly the good Inr. , tus been secured In tho Green river music and dollclous supper. A torrlflo rain and wind norm struck Then we keep tho lilghost grades, tn fact, tho place to pet your Shew. At tho regular meeting of the city neighborhood which ha not bpn fur! Octr Gents rurnfohlng Department U full of good things In thli plucu Wednosday evening, com- nlslicd us In time for publication. At- board of council, E. M. Walker was Monday. Charleo Patterson, whllo hunting In pletely knocking out tho prayer meet- tar considering the petition und many retained as city marshal aid tho serviI. Mercer county, wa accidentally hot ing ccrvlco at tho Haptlst church. It strong personal appeals of somo of tho ces of Night Policeman Joe Petty woro .! I was o dark ono could scarcely feel a Nowett thing In colored Shirt. Dress Shirt. Nockwcar Otoroi, Hosiery. and scrlouidy wounded. best citlzan In tho country, PCjtnnK discontinued for the present. man. Trunks and Valine. Ilata nnd Kverythlng to make a G. A. Swlncbroad reports a good Clay Clement will be In Danville on black hat on his head without tho aid COITKY has nsked us to say to tho pe tho IHh and appear In hi now play, "A of a candlo. titioners that liu will respect their crowd at Fred Ycugcr's salo on the 2d, Tliu Masons havo elected and ap- wishes, Southern Gontloman." CI and to tbo citizens of Lincoln and that property sold well. Thirty-siWill Tucker, a Somerset Negro, vot pointed the following olllccrs for 18!)!): county that ho will contlnuo to serro yearling cattlo sold at $23 to $30.20; ii'j The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE ST. brood marcs $25 to $10; for stealing a K.J. Tanner, W. M K. M. Enc. S. them to tho CO dayi of hard labor bct of his ubillty, ex- cows $20 $33; corn, In mules $25 to $80; W M. P. Hyan, J. V M. Colloy, crib, $1.33, and to pocket handkerchief. pecting their i.-t- tj mall things J 7 7 K,g'Mig-asi- ..-- . ,..--.".!.- . m w $1.17 by tbe shock. Tho Cltlron and Hoylo National secretary, W. A. ColToy. Tr W. J. that lend to on- - common goad. declared 4 per, Montgomery, F., V. It. Gooch, S. D. Hanks of Danvlllo each Asscssois J. L. McCarlcy and Thos. W. ft OOOCII. Austin report 131.803 acre of land and cent, dividends and tho Farmers Na- - aud K. L. Tanner, J. D. All wcro In- matronjOatteTs. $4,010,700 of taxable property In this tlonal 40 per cent, frqra earnings and stalled on tho evening of their election, "Hob" Mooro Is seriously 111 with turpi.). Four brother named Summer mar- county. Messrs. J. M. Ulgglnbotbam, Hcvenuo rocolpu to Collector Ver- - rheumatism. Grip has had your cor ried four glstcr named Hocbstelter at W. H. Wherrltt, W. T. Pherlgo. It. T. -. Hackloy and V. 3. Walker aro superkers' oHIco in December reaohed $22flA- rospondont In Its clutches for the lint Trail, O. Have done a larger business than ever. , was on spir- several days, KUl 09. Of this 1221,05.1.4 but happily It Is loosenJones nnd Mis Ethel Jack- vising tbo assessor' books. Charles We havo bought more goods than ever. its and 2,5O0(W on documentary ing Its hold. Itoy and Luclcn Gooch son, of London, eloped to Jelllco and The Knights of Pythias have elected stamps. havo returned from a severat day vis- were married. the following olUcor for tho ensuing Wo owe more than ever and want to Tho mother of President Frost, of it to friends In and about Waynesburg. Al Chicago Now Year's day 136 pec-pl- u term: G. H. Swlncbroad, P. C; E. D. meet our obligations. found dead lo her Mis Frona Montgomery has been with Harca College wa united tbeir destine till the di- Ulshop, C. C.J J. E. Robinson, V. C; We therefore tsk our friends to help us bed. Heart troublo tho causo. Her friends at Klngsvlllo. vorce court do part. P. W. Spencer, Prelate; J. S. Hasol- out. ago waa 73, and she has a number of Tho Maccabees' supper given hero Tho county clerk of Pulaski IssUtd den, K. It. S.; R. Ktnnalrd, Master of distinguished sons. last week was a social succos and tho 373 marriage, licenses in 1&03, the larg- Exchequer, and J. Joseph, M. A. We shall sell goods at lower prices Rockcastle county haa n freak In the 75 people who partook of It failed to est number ever lsucd in a year. than ever. Georgo Smith, Jr., I In Cincinnati. form of a child with neither arms nor consume tbo supply and all had reason Alfred Jones, of Itivorslde, Tcnn., On Tuesday ovcnlng Mr. F. B. Crooke gave birth to to enjoy legs. A Mrs. Franklin lu After supper the crowd eloped with and married hi stepdaugh- and Mis Nannie Campbell, of Rich' the child six weeks ngo and the little was addressed by M. F. Klkln, of Stan- ter, who Is 50 year younger than him-el- r. mond, drove to our city and wcro mar follow Is Id good health. ford, and Dr. Green Mooro of this rlcd at tbo Simoson Houso by Her. R. Jan. A. McAfee, of Louisville, was place. Hoth made good speeches and the DANVIL.L.E. 136. Fifteen minutes after Mlemlerlck M. Campbell. On Wednesday Mason found drowned lo Lake Mirror, Flori- peoplo enjoyed them. Mrs. Geo. E. Al- - Echtngcr, of Wnterbury, Conn., wa Pollard and Miss L.ila Bourne were da. Ho was a retired druggist and ford and Mis Florence Tanner tender- - divorced from his wife ho took another married at tho borne of tbo brldo In rE manufacturer of Colgan's tolu. He was tilwimi Inrumcntal music on organ chance in tbo matrimonial lottery with this county. On tho 16lh, Mr. Geo. D. a native of Mercer county. and guitar and "Miss Llnnle Owens, of Mario Eoz. Lugk, now in tho revenue service, and Mis Carrie Pioug, who wu to havo Tho merchants of Columbia are a Junction City, and Master (?) "Nort" Miss Georgo, daughter of Mr. J. W. grateful sou It takes two columns of Taunerld the "plccanlny'' act for the been married the following day, drown Miller, will bo married In thl city. ssi News for thorn to thank their pat- amiifcmbnt of tho crowd. All enjoyed ed herself al Raleigh, N. C. Sbequar tho Toe spirit of improvement manifest year. reled with ber finance at a party thtf rons for tholr patronage last It. here lu preparing to build the hotel, J. Hlnes, of Somerset, collector fora Dr. W. L. Lewder ba moved Into tho night before. opera houso and Y. M, C. A. Hall dem :) (Toon.) nursery, ey he was t)roK'rty recently vacated by W. K. Georgo Strum, of tbo 12th New York, Knoxvllle onstrates tho fact that surplus capital shot at a number of times to Mercer Sugars, who has gone to the farm from who was killed In a railroad wreck In will be invested at homo In the futuro The year 1390 Is wllh us. We L.gln the New Year county, by race, who presumably want- which Install White just moved' to tho New CoucordO., was1 to have been Instead of being Invested In boom town ed to rob htm of tha aoveral hundred one cultivated by Tom CoWfer, who a married JnnkWio Miss Mlunlo Schoola heretofore, from which no returns dollars that he had collected. few days ago moved to ono lelt by iomo er, of Lcxingioa? are received. Thl showa a healthful A Clevuland'judgo ha decided that Hcrca College will receive 2O0,000 other follow. Ml HcllGoooh with her months ago Dr younger brother and sisters ha mov- 11 o'clock I tho proper quilting hour statu of affair and It ha been suggest : In n few days. Several ed that an ordinance bo pa9cd requirI). J. Pearson, of Chicago, agreed to ed from town back to their farm. Fred lor a young man keeping company. ing thoso, who will not build on their give tho col.ogo 450,000 If $150,000 lllthop has moved to his furm'ln the Parent hero wish that the decision vacant lots, to move them out of town could bo raised otherwlw by December Hubble neighborhood. Granville Hog-c- r could hold good here. uway, sod them Hev. Joseph Lcnnbn, of tho M. E. or clean tho rubbish 31. It was announced Tuesday that ha moved to the placa vacated by Than wo have ever done. To do thii we must buy goods at right priCbuVch, South, pastor of tho Epworth and build an iron fence around them. $150,000 had been raised. Illshop. Moe CotToy has bought tho A troublesome question Is nbout to ce aud correct styles and fell them at small profits. This we intend The Inturnal revenue collections on property on Main street, aajolnlng Mission In Richmond, Ya eloped to confront our peoplo a somo of our to do. I am glad to inform my trade that whisky at Lawrenceburg for IMS wero Ware's hotel, of O. J. Crow, for $250 Weldon, N. O., with Mis Nettle Uur-r- farmer claim that the money raised to Ho I 50, she I 19. $1,507,0(13.02, against Jl.W.SOJ.SO for and will lako (Misscsslon next week. Mr. keep roads In repair should be equally Mis Olive Furrington Sampson, tho previous year. For tho month of CotToy will likely rent hi present homo distributed on all road, a turnpike - on daughter of tho rear admiral, was marDecember tho collections wcro SlOo,tho Mlddleburg plko to J. T. nrcnowonun equal footing with all WUXI, whllo that of tho preceding F. It. Ilughe I building a ried Wednesday to Henry Harrison other county roads. They claim that and fortho dwelling on Mlddleburg street. Scott, of San Francisco, in the Congremonth woro 1151,110.33, tbey should not bo taxed to keep up gational chorch, Glen Rid go, N. J. Mine month last year woro $103,217.78. His many friends nnd acquaintances will be glad to kriow lie will Tbo people of thl section believing turnpike when the greater pan of The Irrepressible Lola Small Jackson Jackson died at his homo they havo In tho person of W. A. Cof-foMr. W. II. remain in Stanford. Come and see us We will make it to your intheir travel Is over dirt road. It doc troublo, after a who tried tho .stugc awhile and near London, of kidney terest to buy. look like exclusive right and protecJ. I'., on olllcer that will consci- Ford, Jong Illness, In his 09th year. Ho was entiously oxecuto tbo law as ho under- mado a falluro, again come Into notice tion to a class, which I .undemocratic, by eloping with Capt. Hardee, of tho In Laurel county, having tho a pioneer stands It, regardless of unjust can be dono until army. Sho has been twlco but it tho best that llrst hotel of any consequence, then were very much alarmed by volunteer wo can build inoro turnpikes. It I branching out Into morchant, banker the announcement of hi proposed re- divorced. hocd that they will not raid and deA statistician figure that at from 15 and farmer. Ho leaves a wife, flvo signation. To assure him of their apstroy tboscntrcody in exlste'ncc. M, Jackson, 20 year of age a woman' chance daughter and two sons, It. proval of his olllclal course, the follow- to to marry are 13 per cent., from 20 to 25, cashier bolng one of them. HUBBLE ing petition signed as bolow, was pre- 30 per cent., 25 to 30, ?2 per cent., 30 to Deputy ShorllT Cole, of Knox, wont sented him for hi earnest consideraat Harbour-vlll- o Elder George Gowen II percont. and 35, 12 per cent., 35 to 40, t5 A. W. Hopper's storo In tion: from 40 to 50, 5 per cent. In which list tbo Christian church hero Sunday and engaged In a quarrel with McKiNNEY, Dec. 20th 18'J3. The Session of morning and night, Instead of Sunday do you bolong, fair maiden? him. Hopper ordered him to leave tho To W. a. CofToy, J. P., Dlt. No. 3. afternoon. Lacy and the Jame liousc when Colo undertook to search Honored Sir: duughter of Stephen Collier eloped to Jumea Roger naa sold hi farm to Wilson, aclork, wiylng bo had a reWo the umlcrUgncd citizens of Linvolver on hi jHirson. Town Marshal coln couuty, having beardvf your In- Menifee county during the cold spelt Roscoo Hud sou and Jame Pollard for Will be resumed on MONDAY, JAN., 2, 1899. Iloach was called, when Colo shot blra, tended resignation of otllco on Jan. 1, und Lacy was without an overcoat. $100. Jim Underwood ha sold hi farm bought CO For Cotirses of Study, Term of Admission, send for Catalogue or call at the tho ball going In tho abdomen nnd In- ISO'.i, would respectfully usk you to re- They traveled two nlghudn horse- to Jame Hamilton, und has Collega on back. Lacy hud hi ear, baud and acre at Parksvlllo und will move there flicting a probably mortal wound. consider your resolution und continue soon. Frank Rlgney old a lot of mixMRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Stanfoid Ky. feet frozen so badly that he ha not The platform woman never bus been to servo the Commonwealth In your been out of bed slnco. Tho girl mado ed hog to E, P. Wood at 2.00. AH S as faithfully to tho ond Amer-lea- n capacity BUI Curry has moved to tbo Swlnca credit to, but over u blot U)Kn the journey without injury. I inuke thUemphut-l- c of your term as you huvo since enterwomanhood. we are glad to have broad farm, and Mr. Samuel U. Totton and Ml statement from a personal knowl-pik'- o ing uoon It duties, Wo heartily en- Amanda Petty, Qf Lancaster, drove to him como among us. Dr. L. B. Cook IIF.ST LINK Oas an olllcer of the of tho homes which these women dorse your course thl place Tuesday afternoon and were presented T, C. Rankin with a lino boy tuoy go to tnoir law and feel that your rosignatlou at married In tho Myers House parlor by last Saturday, and Tom ha gono to leave behind when meeting, writes Edward Hole In tho thl time, would provd to be a serious Elder P. W. Allen. The brldo 1 u buying mule, thinking that cotton will Ladles Homo Journal. "I havo seen evert In tho history of tho county, daughter of tho Into J. M. Petty and I go up on the vtreogth of It. Georgo you our hearty tho rooms of tholr homes left In wild thorcfore wo pledge a pretty brunette, while tho groom, Lawson hai located In Guthrie, Oklain tho suppression of disorder; I havo seen tholr servants who I u brother of J. L. Tottcn, I ono homa, and write for his fumlly. sitting lu Idleness with work on every crime And the upholding of tho laws of Lancaster's foremost contractor und With the demolition of Muzaa prison, haniTtodoj I have seen the. children of our country. builder and u nephew of Gov. Drad-leW. 11. Gooch, S. A. Montgomery, in Pari, tho Urt prlsou lu Franco conneglected und left to tholrown dovlees; Wnl Slnglotou, col., W, K. Sugar, J. ago, A Mis. Mildred structed on the old cellular system has few day I huvo heard husbands Bpcuk In of tholr wlvo. S. Murphy, Jr., E. J. Tanner, J. L. Vaugban, u Paducub, Ky., bello and disappeared. There woro 1,200 coll, o! tho motives S, Keoncy, W. D. Gooch, Hand-Mad- ebeauty, startled her friend by murry-ln- radiating like tho spokes of a vraeol, No woman in u happy American homo Tauner, u barber at Henton Harbor, Mich. and so urranged that each prisoner afford to listen to these parasites Gooch, E. Harnett, W. J.Duncan, Sam can Douglutf, Jack Douglas, J L. Heck, D. Her brother, on hearing of tho csca-pad- could see thu chapel from tho door and of her sex." S. HIITe, F. M. Ware, Mosc ColToy, went at onco to tbe eceno and Is listen to divine service without leaving 'Wy frlond," said tho clerical look- Green Mooro, M.D., W. II. Kennedy, now on his way homo with tho bride, his cell. v ing passenger to tho traveling muii In J, HummoUtvlu, Joo Lovinson, A. S. uftcr having suit Instituted to annul tho There uro now 60 young women Lavlnsoo, O. T. Owens, Hlcoltoynold, marriage. Tbo young wife eay sho studying at tho college of agriculture tho next cat,"do you over drink V" "Is that an Invitation or only a ques- O. A. Hughe, M. P. Hyan, S. It. wa not ut all competent to enter Into in MlnneaoUs. They aro entered for thotbreo-year.cours- o In farming and Walls, D. It. Sludor, J. P. Hubble, J. tbo marriage contract and was not tion ?" asked thojwlly drummer. Merely a question pertaining to II. Hoburd, Ed M. ltes, E. D. Kenat tho tlmo of tho marrluge are to study vide by ldo with the men your future welfare," replied thoc.l. p. nedy, K. L. Tanner, A. M. Davison, J. ceremony. except that, Instead of blacksmlthlng, .Then,"' observed tho other, "I nev- M. Snow, M. D. Tombs, ti. C. JohnLydla Decker found that love's youog carpentry and military drill, they w)U ston, W'adoiKenuedy, O. Haugh, C. F, dream didn't last. Sho wasmarrlcd to bo tuughl sowing, laundry work and er drink, sir, never." I m . Epperson, G. S. MoKlnnoy, D. C. Soldier Squire, at Heading, Pa. Tho cooking. WOUKISU NIUUT ANI PAY H. Ilastln, W, Wheat, T. J. Aus- ceremony was patriotic. Sb wastfrer.-e- d When you cannot lcep for coughing . At greatly Keduced pikes Coal Buckots aud luUbllwl Ullls lllnif tl"t ru tuJii ui as the Goddess of Liberty, Tbo tako Chambei Uul's Cough Remedy, It ' tin, E. Hastlu, O. D. McCarty, Mo. " ,,uu' Vt Kl''' .wttklslt Wheat, A. Hlchard, J, L. Hradshaw, couplo stood uudur an American Hag, alwuvs Livus prompt riiluf. It if most tU" ltt,t4 lubul o'h"h It L e.Uu.u Into tlrsD(th. ktlnws lu U sutrgy , Jno. MoKtnnoy, J. J. MoKlnoey, C. P. tbe soldier was In full uniform, tho excellent, for cold, too, a It aid ex Tniln l.Su" euUl '""" "nl'n woudtrlul Estos, George Cloyd, col., W. M. Aus- guest all woro patriotic decorations, pectoralion, relieve tho luugs and pre r tux Ik health. Ouljr 2Sc lu buildlun tin, A. P. Hunn, P. M. Cook. J. I). and, Instead of a wedding march, sang vent any tendency toward pneumonia Mi it rcufay. I'mnut. Williams, A. U. Austin, W. Cloyd, col, "Marching Through Georgia" wbon For sale by Crulg fc Hocker, Druglift) HOT KWlM Till! "ON Montgomery, J. Hoemc col., 8. tho bride and groom entered tho hotel gist. of Kw. C. S. t Wm lbs Usil tUt bit O. II. blJiuiu, It iua borrlU. M. Kates, P. Hrown, col., Wni. Cloyd, parlor. Last week tbey quarreled. Wr. k Silth.lu'DtCMl Tho mint ut Philadelphia coined 50,- Tbra A. L. Green, E. Reynolds, M. J. Ilas- Lydla ran away aud was almost frozen bt " "'r1' 1 lnr. lUt W reCu,' sherodo 000,000 pouulo lu 1S03. SlU" cu,a W,tt ll..tVl'A'' IMU,ttlo, Cxins bklo Iup. tln, H.'P. Slmm, A. Austin, I. It. Aus- t, to death Id a coal car In which runaway Over 22,0p0 Conf4ruto soldier arc ilrul.U'U"' E. D. Lewis, E, E. Lucas, G. to Morrlstowa with two other Cure JMI11U .moaeulU. MiU.bu burled lu Northern tftuteb. tin, C. Mobly, II. B. Floyd, H. II. girl In tholt teens. ola bjr IVuur, lb. Dn.,UI, Fountain Land, a wealthy citizen of JoMamloo, Is dead. M, W. Tlnch has been annolnted iwstmastcr at Ilarcl Patch. Herbert Hummel, of Danville, ha loasod HockCastlo Spring. Jame Mnrleon, a inorchant nt Pittsburg, fell dead In hi storo. Capt. Sonrs, ono of the oldest cltl-reof tho town, died at Woodbine Mr. Arthur Wall- -, " ""on, "'. u $10,-00- 1 r FREE PIZES w NO. 88 I nt 1 , I I GOOD SHOES VERY CHEAP. UNDERWEAR I well-drc- x m I I 1 I I CALDNELL LANIER, w MiS'i.if.t!rA.iA.SiJivAXi .v.. "n...''. mrw .jtv"v WE - The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No. KY. ft I! . i Determined to sell 1 I I I 1 More Goods u. y. y, 1 I I I Harris Wearen will remain with me this year. H. J. McROBERTS. will-preac- After The Christmas Holidays Stanford Female College, WILLI HELTON, PRESIDENT. -V- ul L apRobes, y. Horse Blankets, Storm Aprons, Harness. Ja. In the oity. Remember our line of B. K. WEAREN a SOiV. m Al-le- WfMMMK I AT COST ''' " U HEATING STOVES BBAZLBT & CARTER. k li.w' Trl-vor- iwrsalI, t 't -" I e I.V An Intcrvlow Mr. Gilbert says ho ! sues of tho war will swamp both him llnlr nr IlnliltiPiuN. Science it making tremendous strides, has no fears that Davlton will bo given and his administration and that ho THE INTERIOR JOURNAL his scat, that all his contentions aro would never live to sco an administra- in these latter days. There la nothing absurd and will go for naught. They tion succeed Itself In ofllco. Public apparently that cannot be reasonably In this country changes too the people, Jan 6, 1899 would beforo honest will pass but that sonllmcnt What tho public wntita today thnt subject of hope. It Is conceivable Stanford. Ky., we may even have wireless politics, on Mr. rapidly. is not the class that Gilbert's claims. If tho ropubllcnns and gets It Is certain not to want to If Tesla can ever find time to get 'round to it, observes the Kansas City Times, want his scat It will bo taken from him morrow. W. T. WALTON. The inventors atop at nothing. And bythousoof might; right Iteolf cutBRItF NEWSMTATIQN, dentists abet them In their daring ting no flguro in tho question. IN theso days of fearfully and wonof Su Louis Is tho assurnnce. In Its Inst issue, the MedTho death rato A l.tTTLKchnrgo llko looting a bank derfully maJo men, tho woodcock is ical Itecord, most steady going antl lowest In thn country. kept bo busy that it has to work 24 hour docs not count with republicans. SenProceedings havo been filed against conservative of periodicals, lint a long a day and often on Sundays. ThU ob- ator Quay was renominated In Pennsylarticle on the thernpeutlcs of depletho big niscult Trust In Ohio. servation seems peculiarly applicable vania, just as easy as rolling off a log tion which Is to say, the causes for A branch of tho Cincinnati Post Is when wo read that Col. David Grant and would havo been, oven if every eon baldhradcdncm. Some Inventor is gowho voted for him, had soon ! HKOiy 10 do lucaicu ut ixuikiuu. Annual- Colson says ho gavo up his scat In Con of ing to see this article, and then look There wcro 872 deaths and but 171 out for n sensntlonl It It soberly gress because tt Interfcrrcd with his him rob tho bank. births reported during 1833 In Lexing professional business and that ho will as a sclentjfic fact that "music Hon. U. A. BNLOK has been ton. likely resign his commission of colonol of certain kinds docs In reality prevent editor of tho Loulsvlllo Dispatch, to locato In Loulsvlllo and apply himKansas Cltv's jrrcat auditorium lias the linlr from falling, while that prowith Charles I. Stewart business mana self strictly to tho law. All this may ger. will scat 15,000 per- - duced by certain lnttrumcnls hat the And this reminds us to say that been dedicated. It 9 Wo. who do to toll to tho marines. most disastrous effects In cnutlng rapid, sons. Enloo Is one of tho very best writknow, can lostlfy that giving up his Mr. To our thousands of fni'iids and patrons. daughter of John development of baldnent," Making-shoTho ers In the city noted for Its good writ seat In Congress was more compuUory cuts through the article, It DutIcr,of Christian county, wos burn(icing our hig stuck of goods and than proferablc. Judge Dorelng would ers. that piano players "preserve, if We have just linisliod ed to death. not wait any loDger and It was quit or bo A Polo who murdered a man by they do not acquire, a luxuriant growth has decided that gal A COMMISSION in order to keep up mado to quit wlih tho gallant colonel. lant Col. John D. Castlcman is entitled throwing him Into a lighted bako oven of hair." On the other hand, "wind In many luwyers In Ken- to be brevettcd a brigadier general and was executed In London. Thoro are not struments, and especially the cornet tucky who aro able to mako as much In bo will llkoly bo given the right hereThcro wcro 149 homicides In Arkan- and trombone, arc fatal to hirtute fees as a Congressman's salary and per after to wear tho title of general, which sas last year. Fifteen mon were lynch- adornment." It Is rather discouraging quisites and Col. Colson will find he is would fit him exactly. to learn that "It has not yet been deed and soven legally hung. , not ono of them. termined Just what key Is moit favorIn a saloon Oght at Huntsvllle, Ala., to the prevention of an early ball POLITICAL POINTS. Llge Mastln struck Dill Uunter with able Through the usually dull month of January in going thro' THE Stonewall Jackson camp of Constate." The frivolous will no doubt at his fist and broke his neck. federate Veterans at Staunton, Va., exTno public debt Increased about once think It nnart to cut In and tay the stock wc t i.vnv 1 1 a lot of Uig Roy Williams, of Robinson, Tcnn.. presses the sentiments that wo havo In December. that one thing Is sure, this key la not Is wanted for stealing money from his been publishing exactly. It disavows Senator Julius C.lJsar .Burrows was the latchkey. Hut frivolity ha properZB-AuZRiCKA-Isympathy with tho proposition to pen- unanimously renominated In Michigan. mother while she slept. ly no place at all in such a discussion. While delirious with grip, Charles soldiers and states sion Confederate Congressman Dlngloy continues very - How much better the sensible sugges that while pensions aro well enough In ill and may likely cease from troubling. Ilosklos, a farmer living near Knox- tion that vnrljut instruments be tried In Short Length death. principle, tho system as administered The peace treaty was presented to vlllo shot himself to on dogs, mlcrotcoplo observations of is robbery and declares that the Con the Senate Wednesday and tho body Whllo surrounded by ortlccrs of tho the horripilation induced being confederate dead do not need Federal care immediately went into executive ses- law, an Ohio man who had just slain a ducted synchronously. Hut one thing takers. The camp further concludes sion to refer It to tho committee on for- neighbor, committed suicide. mutt occur to the most conventional that "tho recent discovery of our loyal- eign rotations. ( rip carried off a family of three In and unenterprising of thinkers. Here ty as soldiers or as citizens of tho Moro than 70 Senators aro said to Harlem within a week Mrs. Sarah wr have an explanation of the towrring United States is not especially credlta-blototh- o havo pledged themsolvcs to vote for Crawford and her two daughters. La-diesJCloa- ks foreheads that for years and years have discoverers, and that the tho ratification of tho peace treaty. David Hegan, of Flemlngsburg, who crowned the front rows In our theaters. gush of enthusiasm with which it has The presldonl hopes for action on tho slapped Judge J. S. Power, has been Those twisted horns of brass in the been greeted in soma localities of tho treaty by January 15. sued by the latter for WOO for tho In orchestra mmt go. All that an in South was not called for and not In parventor liss to do is to think up some Senator Quay was renominated by sult. ticularly good taste." Exactly. Wo tho ro publican caucus at Harrisburg, way to brace human nerve to the pitch Mrs. Mary Houley, or t'ntterson, And Capes, 3Ien's, Ladies' andJChildrcn's are glad that there are some people at but bis voto was not as largo as ho J., who cut off tho end of her tongue necessary to endure an orchestra, of least who accept McKlnley's election- oxpected, and the anti-Qumembers because she realized that she talked too ptnnos and we shall toon hate to reeering scheme at Its real valuo. name our "baldhend rows" they will claim that he can not be elected. much. Tho Victoria Hotel In LouUvllle, to- take on the aspect of a composite phoTheodore Roosevelt was formally In THE Corbln News denies tho soft Paderew-ski- s with Its furniture has been sold a Impeachment mado against It by the augurated governor of Now York. gether Nelson, of Chattanooga for tograph of tbenter party of Men's anii;iJoys' Clothing and Overcoats. Come while and football hcroei. Governors wero also Inaugurated In to J. E. London Echo and asks Editor Dycho Idaho, Wisconsin, Wyoming and Mich- 815.000. they last. $1 will buy.?2 worth or goods. not to bo so provlous. Editor Kellogg Vice President Hobart i reported a There wero 1)21 fires In Cincinnati republi"flown do coop," but tho igan. Unfortunately all are seems to havo went up In llarae. saying that he Is a direct gainer finanlast year and paper, according to Its own assertion, cans. An expert from thn civil service cora Tho Insurance received amounted to cially by the late war, and the reason he 'wilt hanmlprn nnur mannrrnmftnt ftftor gives I a decidedly novel one. From Imlssion ls investigating Collector 8404,565. ..- a u- -. t. T T ..ln..lllA l,t mado by the More hit coming to Washington up to the la k.. ?....,. I. An effort Is being t ana capital to insure tt. Ilvlr, long sm1J1iDuu;u.u vjuiS..j. "'-'uvinp outbreak of the war an average of 10O "te violated tho law In turning head Normal School to establish a shirt ed T.I). HANKY. Manager. enough to sing "Hark from the To'mb a nnt anil mittlnrt. "1 rnnltK. nnd nvprnll factorv in connection with bablet a month were named after him, nuu T"irt1fnl Hiiinri ntroi t.liA rntnitlna nf vi uu u,mu.-employment to or at least their fond parents so InUranch stores at Pari., CrilsIe.Mt. Sterling, Ilardsto.n, UwienrrburK, fynthi-antho school to furnish anvarat taai. Aannvlnrr nrtnnnlf to In t.Ma HCttllS D formed him by letter. Other rich offVersailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Klljabrthtown. Frankfort. Matickport Ind Senator Bate was renominated by needy boys. uxu L..1., v West Point, Ga., Chief of Police icials and senators hare been through At enough semblance to a newspaper to Mclamat on by the democratic caucus Gallacher was dangerously stabbed by the tame experience, -and, ns n rule. '"" rates of postago secure second-cla- ss rather enjoyed tharinr- their names nnd Ernest Uoberts. whom he was attemptto which truth is Indeed stranger,I Datlon h, declared himself for' Bryan ing to arrest. Tho officer, after being bestowing small checks until the agfor president on a than Action." gregate turn of thelatterobllged them J--cut, shot Uoberts to death. coinage platform. to halt. In this particular direction after having Lindsay says that the army Senator August Ilosenfleld. Tub Louisville Times has appeared hit value has fallen off considerably, volts of electricity shot through for the youngtters nowadays whose several times recently with the Tattler bill will be passed by tho present lacking, reminding us very gross, and that there will be no neces-muc- h him from a llvo wire, lived 20 minutes, parent want to start them off under of tho well worn remark that slty for an extra session of tho new entirely conscious, giving minute dl-- ; the halo of tomebody name are without It tho paper appears like the body. ' He anticipates a short session rcctlons as to bis bariai, etc. chrittencd Dewey, Schley, Itootevelt, D. Jacob Hobson and all the rctt of the recent play of Hamlet with the principal char- - of tho new Senate to confirm some Tho will of tho lato Charles omitted. The reason of the omis- - polntmcnts that wiii likely bo tuad. provides for a costly bronze statue to heroes of land and tea. . By the retirement of Chief Justice commemorate tho heroism of. lib" son, slon was the serious illness of the Tut- -' " RlnZ out &a ld Bins la tht new HHn MtV-T-cBiThe corn and oats crop of 1603 It herself, the Inimitable Miss Elvira Lewis, who Isold and full of honors, Charles D. Jacob, Jr., w'lio was killed tier Blajouttlia falsa Risgiathatrno" , IffmifiSttiikStsiJI. valued by the agricultural department Sydnor Miller. The Free Prets says: Judge James H. Hazelrigg becomes at El Canoy. The sura of 825,000 Is set you n worth ?S3,COO,000 more than the crop tlP'T.V Is!!? P'neye br,ns t0 Norway new anJ true 'rom U" J Ift At the present time she is a little fm- -' chief justice. J. P. Hobson takes the apart for It. ft rat 0' 1 wfln Tho late Calvin S. Brice, who was of 1897. ThU la on the bail of farm proved, and hopes to be out In a week, place vacated by Judgo Lewis. In o pricet on the lit of December, nnd tb far Miss Miller has not bad a pby- - ken of tbelr esteem, tho other members commonly referred to as a loft only 8000,000, according to difference U due more to the lncreni slclan, because, as sbo puts It, If the of tho court presented Judgo Lewis tho statement of a petition for tho ap In the price than to a larger crop. As a worst come "she feels a pardonable with a handsome gold watch. 4 wMwBBBMncHwyaESw Pino-Tar-Hon- ey rr.ntter of faot, the crop was larger tbau pride In dying a natural death. Col. Bennett 11. Young told an inter- polntmentof his widow to administer In 1897, and the overage Inurraic In tho estate. beviewer: ''Senator Goebel will, I price was: For corn, 2.4 cents per bushTliE Free Press, edited by that free lieve, get Hjf Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by A dispatch from Redding, Cal., says the Instruction of the Louisel, and for onti, 4.4 cents. lance, Col. Walter S. Forrester, made science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Posltlvo ville delegation for the democratic nom- - that tho heaviest enow that over fell new year its bow at Loulsvlllo with tho Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces Inat on for governor boyond question, there now lies on tho grouad. It is In Falrplay, Md. ( a good name, Incof the Lunss snJ DronchUI Tubes. and Iboieiosomo pretty hot reading In' I I am Inclined to tho opinion that three feet on the level for 10 miles identally), :Mrs. Jennie MIckley has. been Tho sore, weary cough-worLungs are exhila,.... the first Issue, tho' It isn't a patching to . .... n- - around. Wires are down and trains committed to jail for ten dnytatncom ' rated t the microbe-bearin-g mucus is cut out ; the what is prom sed as the days go by and John W. Yerkes, of Danvillo, for can not move. cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed mon wold under an antique ttotuteot and the Hunter wing of the Gen. Gomez has Issued a proclama- colonial times that hat never been re ernor, although hols not a candidate " membranes are healed and soothed so that then republican party aro trembling In their bo will reIs no Inclination to cough. states tion the' Senator Pettlgrew, of South Dakota, maininIn which ho at tho that of hi Cu- pealed. The; prosecution was brought boots. Our readers will remember bead the field SOLO BY ALL GOOD DRUQQI8T9 " am moro thttD over convinced bj her buslund, Charles MIckley, a hot stuff Col. Forrester used to send us. ea'8: ban troops, and that the army will not Bottles Only. 25o., 6O0. and $1.00 Sitae Well, that wont be a patching to what thal ono of the Kreat ,8ue8 of tho Doxt be disbanded until a way has been sober and Industrious mechanic, who campaign, if not, Indeed, the great Is- summoned lil& neighbor at witnesses' BE SURE YOU GET I AM SQ YEARS OLD. nd tho Free Press will contain. mrd iiv rfnii kit mvui to Ur. to testify to his wife's bad temper and sue, will bo trusts and combinations of found for tho payment of the men. lUtntni. ( lIony. Itclmqalrkanslipnnui qtMW Of. BtH's PiM-Ttr-lkID trip uwtilu concha uidrcMn. Ittnakra Judge Settle courts notoriety capital Illegally organized in restraint Dr. H. P. Tnvis, the oldest educator, unruly tongue. M. A. MctctUt, ' In Qh..llvl.-I1ln- . wtk I oon tnmf.-M- ra. Id llpUU. ai?eU "4. Ho refill., diHif i. wall nf Thn ,.n .tv wVifnli rtnaa liafnM Uln.lwi.llni.tliii.Mnil Vlucti.lir against progressive euchre ns poker, the country In opposition to these! was a son of the He v. John Tevls and of J The supreme court of Kentucky de- Tevls, who was founderi cldcs, In a case brought by n blacklisted but It wont go. Judgo Saufley worked trusts, and pledging Itself to tho enact-- ! Mrs. Julia A. that racket bero several years ago and racnt and enforcement of a rigid antl- - and for 50 years principal of Science employe against a railroad company, ,hat "whoever wrongfully prevents a j Hill, the school for girls. almost got laughed out of his own court, j trust law, will win." occupation in a. There Is a vast dlflerenco between play- - j Says Col. Forrester of J. W. Catron. rwnn. Sheriff Williams i"" jrom I'u""t' ing cards for money and for tho prizes who Is announced as a candidate for ttnd Deputy Lamers, were killed and! "lc f a actionable Injury." Thai s '"mbertof "PP'f offered at a euchre party and tho Bow- tho Legislature in Clinton and Wayne: DopuVy MUlw seriously wounded by1 ?'', labor organizations who prevent non- ling Green judgo had better attend to He is the picturesque prodlpy of pol- - Charles Wlllard, who was In turn union men from working at well at cor-- , tho bright and scintillating gen- - 0d t,y n. v. Fulton. Wlllard was tho weightier of tho two, before going Ioratlon which blackIM ditchart-e-d (us who startled the bills and hlll-btl- -' lighter. for tho charged with robbing and burning Ful- employes. .. lino nnn .In., In .u a ...lliln nf 1 UOit U.. .u CHILLED.v..wu w. ujr tOn'S UOU80. Wlt.TWl EVMB nnttnA nf Knnlnit ' ..w. uuu " b"1 ' Secretary of War Alger has selected A San Francisco friend of Admiral ?, for Oscar Turner's scat In Congress has ? W ,,lo1 wo 12 regiments of Infantry, two independ- ewcy, who tent him an account of made him the laughing stock of Wih- - '"U,ad Utant, tn f,1; .1 t.nanl,k.. u,f lrnluAnli, uum,ory experience . ..I-1 .. " " '"" ' "v and Tt!.BI.I that Kvu Innrrll. tilinnl.ilt.lriri(. wo huvu no nbipntlnnn ont companies . BHU uirco . ... . irv.nl,nnu. . u. ,c,.r, . i .lm.,iln.t 111 fWl tin. illm ..-, .m -, vy urmiorj, ,lc nato desire to remain at the capital i . ".!".'iu iu. utuu ,. wotron men, which are to bo mustereu out. vpou returning, reccited i... answer mr ' I w"""'u'"cur this would make him steal other than a Inr Hcennd phnlcn. Trnt him nlnm. ! The list includes neither Kentucky irom tno admiral: "The clippings you Congressional seat if It becomes j "d do not seem postible. The threatti A West Virginia democratic politi- regimont. cian saya of the Legislative situation There Is now more money In the two 3'" make persuade me to remain for- A FOOL and his money arc soon part' there: "Tho democratic majority in Glasgow banks sublecr to check, as cver In Manila." od and come easy, go easy arc two old tho UoutQ , 8linMelU to perfectly or- - 'shown by their statements published In A timid New York man found a worn- saws that continue to have their U utb , lnat brM h of tho LcId,u,uro. this issue, than there has over been " ..... oung Gould, who rnUy ''' ht " "Wl re JIUVU1 Ueil M, d, h h W(jra Jur' Th "nderanother and notewor. ,ayi lhu Is came Into the assess or, of 10,000,(0, , gew,mi w fa G, bo tll0 raoUoo aod u geeni( Ul ',,ue ln u,e dcvelopiuc.it of the , bought two dogs as his flrstln vestment. tho Senate and ,,,n,Jf, the election caso with most bunks. For Sale b new woman. Constructors of witti15,000 for them. paying of a United States Senator, It will not Uarrv Church, a Kansas man, charg- - cisms who have found the burglar unwitu the murder of his Illegitimate der the bed a prollllu subject should Wk are to have more of a good thing. only bo deleatod, but postponed lndetl-'e- d The Somerset Paragon hat appeared nltely. It is my opinion tho democrats ' offspring, was married to Mary Klelno-hav- e take notice. toOiBiany smart inoti In the House ha iiroaueutlui? witness, iust bo-- 1 Wo congratulate as a Iron Fence. CyprcssShinglcs. A traveling man at Warsaw, lnd., It j fore tho caso was called for trial. Uo-- J Hausford and wish them re- to ullow an election." Editors Senator Blackburn, who recently dcr the law tho woman was not quail- - reported to have choked a tmall boy newed success, called on President McKluloy, with fled to testify agalnet her husband, and ,nto Intcntlblllty becauie the latter ( ( laugh at hit at- Only four of tho republican U- - S. whom bo Is on very kindly terms, says the ease wus dismissed. I '""Gd a derltlv ! tcmP lo ka,c-- This It the flnt in- Senators do not bold chairmanships and he frankly told him In unswer to bis VA Doboe It one of them. Hut then Do boo question, if he thought he. could bo J. H. SWOI'K will build a handsome stance we have been Informed of where-electewouldn't know what to do with It, if ho that bo could not, that his1 residence on tho Duwson placo neur" '" traveling man has beenatbarotdof Mill Work. Motal llooiing. w l.kat- bad ono. troubles bad just begun, that the Is- - Hanging Fork. - The Louisville Store's Hum Of dk New Year's 6reeting ! N'J eight-year-o- ld rt rs The Busy Business ! . 00 ISrS Dress Goods, Outings,! Table Linens, Ginghams, Hose, Comforts, Blankets, ay 1 1 .!.. .mi. - The Louisville!! Store. Jt ut-v- - ' a, '"i"'u '"-a- Con-colu- I el' ap-act- lif ! -- to-S- re, mmrlmP I'ffftij'i dr. bell's 'Hnv99 ".and , n rs I I mom lltw-lar-- For Sale At Penny's Drug Store. oa ' '" " kill-Hie- s, '""i", u, .v, ' . Inn. i .-..- ',." i"r'.i"" .u.u. unn .- :, -,- (. And You Will Make No Mistake. Oliver Plow HIGGINS & McKINNBY. BUY THE ri1 "H The Best In The World. . ' seuil-wcokl- .,. ' . $Ei A, CSmft, L STANFORD, it KY. SN H Co a I. of nil grades constantly on hand "You havo moved haven't you?"i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL lit J. II. Haughmnn St Co's. asked Kldor Joseph Hallou of us tho iitlur lav. Sn lr., ..w pnntln.!. "wo1 . ,,. .. J. C. LKW1M, tho Inlmltablo "SI still hold forth at tho same ........... "- old stand.I'lunkard," will bo at Walton' Opora Stanford, Ky., "Voumutbomlstaken,,,saldho, "You' Jan, 6, 1899 Houso, Jan. 18. used to llvo on Main Street and now It Lost on Danvlllo pike, near town, a looks llko you llvo on Mud Alley." Tho MaNAOKK. CV WA1.TOM, 1JU8IMI3M was a good one and irivc us occa-- . leather hitch rein snap. Itcuirn, to Dr. 'AM slon to suy that tho streets of Stanford J. O. Carpenter. wcro never In such a miserable condi)R doctor given you tho right AlTTJON. Mark Hardin will begin tion. Thoy aro Indeed almost Impaisn-bi- o rlptlnn. Inn unleM It l propurly nnd hardly Jackatsable, eieclully expect to miction his dry goods Saturdny noxt ed, you can't rcnonubly goodircsutls. It U always ucuuruloiy In order to vloso out. tho West Knd of Main whero mud was 01 tho very best matcrl preparod nml Hol'sk with six rooms, n kitchen and hauled nnd placed on them, apparently nit at I'otiny'n Dniir Store. a basement, on Main Street, for rent. with mallco aforethought nnd ovll I ANfl IWn ITflP.V t, J - zjo. iu snoais "B""nMcMlchaol, nttho .great Jlmmy c11'1' . w Dnughman ..V . sold to . s. MoBrad-nol1 nt I have Opened in the Room Next to With- ers' Furniture Store A Splendid Line of 3. j- I ' now, Passional Jockey, ca'.ley.Hros. bought of John h m K L. Hubblo bought of Dr. Hugh Hold for T. C. IUnkln thrco cotton And Farming Implements which will bo sold at the Lowest Living Prices. An Inmules at $42.o0. spection of my stock Is earnestly solicited. Col. Robert Ford purchased last week of C. F. Clay's estate. .'IVi acres of land. at $31. lfi. Paris Nowg. There were 1,200 cattle on tho marSOCIETYIoSSIP. Apply to W. P. WnltoiC Give me n csl. ami get my prices. PERSONAL AND ket nt Richmond Monday nnd somo .. Wll.1. Sur II. C. Thompson, mana- calves sold ns high as fie. Hali-oFlKTY por eont. cut In Queenswarons Is III with grip. Mihs Anuii: B. IT. Wcarcn it Son sold to John U. ger of tho Kentucky Coal Co., nt PittsMils. Moi.l.lK WilAY has been sick lopg as It lasts and Heating Stoves nt burg, In which ho Ispurtocr with Judgo Foster a yoko of cattlo for $77 nnd to J. Cost. Warren it Shnnks. with tho grip. Vincent Borctng nnd 11. M. 'Jackson, II. McAllstcrnl,000-oun- d steer at Hie. Mil. J. 1'. IUVW, of Lexington, Is William Beck bought of Lyon ic Turin: will bo un ecllno'of tho sun will suo tho L. it X. for failure to furhero selling good for his house. Jan. 11, but you will hnvoto goto Alas- nish coal curs to tho company, becauso Allen 14 feeders nt $32.75 MltH. IlKSHIB SAL'NllKUH rotumcd ka mil Knrasckatku to'sCo It. It has llvo cars at Covington slnco Dec. nnd of P. W. Carter ono from a visit to Louisville yesterday. 17, which hnfe not buun unloaded. nt3Ic. Mil. J.'S, Il0CKF.lt lis been elected SPKAKINO of old things, J. M. Itrynn They aro willing to pay tho demurrage Victor Zelglor bought last week In n member of tho Fllson Club, Louis-vlll- says ho has a corn shucking pin Hint x)unds of II n day on tho car. while trying Woodford county over 100,000 Ills latner nmilo lor ulin M years ago their best to dlsposo of tho coal. Tho of tobacco at prices ranging from 3 to J. K. Hoi.MAN had his faco badly cut this year. Thn month of January will be devoted to weeding out odds and Kentucky works li'i men and thoy aro 8 cents, an avcrago of something over by falling In a spring whllo In search ends of our large dock I'AItM roit SAt.K. Squlro and Mrs. leaving nnd seeking employment else- Octs. of water. reJ. C. Johnston, of Boyle, bought In Mlifl. W. A.TnimiiX and oo went L. II. Adams will sell yhclr lino farm of where becauso there nro no cars to cattlo at City yostcrday to visit Mrs. 150 acres of bluo grass land nt Huston-vlll- ceive tho coal. Tho Aliaraont Coal Mercer a bunch of to Junction Mining Co. has mortgaged Its property 4c. J. T. Stewart bought of various at public auction, Jan. 21. A. Trlbblo. of 1" hand mules" at at Allamont, worth about $20,000, to parties a Mil. JoiltfW. Dim: and hU pretty Tin: governor has respited Fount $10 to $i0, Sayings. West I'nd, wcro hero Tankorsloy, of Garrard, who Is In tho the Central Trust Co., of Now York, brldo, ol tho Tho Arm of Lyon & Allen havo dls for $15,000, This company Is successor Wednesday. penitentiary, so th.it ho may bo taken Coal Co , which failed solved nnd many of those who have Mits. IlKTTlK McKlNNKY returned to an Insane asylum, his mind having to tho Altnmont stock or hogs to sell will regret to learn n few years ago .'or $i'0,000. with Mrs. W. J. Yager to Loulsvlllo been pronounced unsound. it. Both will do somo trading, but not Wednesday. RELIGIOUS MATTERS. on as largo a scale as of yore. -- To Go At- TUB clock In tho Myers House ollicc, Mil. M. SALiNdr.it, of Louisville, Is Morris J. Farrls sold to W. D. Nave, with Manager T. D. Kanoy, of tho Lou- which positively refused to keep corFunnlo Crosby, tho blind hymn writ- for $12,000, tho old Navo place, conrect time after Frank Atkins, tho col er, lot written over .1,000 hymns. lsvlllo Store. taining 273 acres and lying partly In Mil. J. L. TOTTKN Is traveling In ored porter left, was started up by him K. II. Mabony will preach at In Mercer counties, when ho got his old ob back Sunday Pi'.'dchcrsvlllc Saturday and Sundny at Boylo and partly Southorn Kentucky for a farming, J. F. Ware tc J. IC. Boota, for $2,025, and It now runs llko a top. 11 A.M. houso. 40 ucrcs on Salt river, In Boylo county, The Loulsvlllo ministers havo organ- T. C. Prowltt to Jenulo L. Prowltt for J. II. SOWUKU left yesterday for ChiI tinstitt: to thank my customers for If you have not bought, now is the timo It wi'l pay you to carry cago, where ho goes to soo after a blir ized to secure tho closing of saloons $1,300, 70 acres on tho north eidu of the their liberal patronagoand prompt R many goods over till neu Winter at the price wo ofler them. and theatres on Sundays. property deal. In 1MW and ask a contlnuanco In Danvlllo and Lancaster pike. Kevs. Owens and Long havo closed a Miss KssiK KlliDt who has been visNew customers solictcd. Good meeting at Mt. Mori ah with 10 iting Miss Jcnnlo Pence, returned to wori at lowest cash prices. J. II. additions to Tho Louisville ic Nashville has com Louisville yesterday. tho CtirUtlan chorch. Greer. pleted n new stylo passenger coach at Mit. MKLNorrn McCantz, of WashTho week of prayer is being well with good attendance at tho Its shops In Loulsvlllo. It Is to Ufccd as DfltlNO lMlS, 1US inarrlago licenses ington, D. C , was tho guest of MUs wcro Issued to white und 3.1 to colored various churches in which the services mo model for couches to bo put on all Annie Bollo Woodf. through trains. Tho couch is much IlBV. S. M. Logan, of MIddlcsboro, couples. In a county of 1(1,000 Inhab are held. Tho Woman's Homo Missionary Socl longer thun the ordinary car, and built joined his wlfo at.il son at Judge M. C itants this n slim showing, and proves lines. It can bo diSuufloy's yesterday. that Lincoln peoplo arc not much on ety of tho Methodist Episcopal church on raised $12,000 more last year than tho vided Into 12 compartments, for tho use Josh Jonks, of Lincoln, is hero buy- marrying und giving In marriage. of prlvuto parties, or can bo need as a year beforq. ing cattle. K. H. Pcttiif, of Gilberts To Tax Payeks. Owing to tho secoach. It is finished Creek, Is hon with his parents. SomTho total output of Bibles by all tho regular first-clavere winter and In response to npeaU, Blblo societies slnco J SOI Is !0,0u0,000 Inside with Cuban mahogany. "Ono of erset Paragon. I havo decided to defer tho advertiseD11. J. M. IlltOSAUoiI, who Is attendcoploi, and yot there aro 1,280,000,000 these couches could bo rolled down any ordinary embankment without serious college In Cincinnati, spent sov era ment of delinquents till next month, without tho Blblo ! ing s, Or. and when I can wait ro longer. Show that Daniel Shaaber, Jacob Shaabcr and duinugc," saysn olllclal. days with his you npprcclato this by paying me at James Hill, who have sung In tho samo Wo gratefully express to our customers and friends our full appreciation of their Tho board of survey appointed by Mrs. C.'W. Ilronaugh. church choir In Heading, Pu., for &0 tho secretary of war to examine Into favors during tlio year Just closed and shall Rtrivo by nil honorable means to merit Mlt. K. II. Bkazi.KY, of Stanford, onco. S. M. Owens, shcrlfT. up ihotr job a fowdavsago und report upon the responsibility for a contlnuanco of their confidence and patronage. We ofler many goods this week was tho guest of Miss Catherine Grin-steabusiness Advkrtiriku Did lT.-- Our from Saturday till Monday. tho loss of UOO,ooo pounds of refrigeraduring tho year just ended was tho Nona of them Is under 70. At a rovlvul In Oklahoma ono follow ted beef of Swift & Co., which was reMlllcrsburg Cor. Paris News. largest in our history. Wo nro freo to TilOSR who uttended tho bop ni Crab say thut tho prosperity of "Tho Globo" who professed religion told tho church jected by Gen. Miles uon lisurrlval ut Orchard Springs Monday night are is largely due to our Investments In that ho had killed threo people und Ponco, Porto Rico, and which was sub loud in their pralso of tho Lancaster newspnier ndyertftlng, say J. L. Froh-ma- n stolen dozens of horses. It wus a sur- sequently thrown overboard while en routo oq tho return voyuge. urc investipeople who gave it, tho splendid sup& Co., who aro among our largest prise to tho nutlvcs. Pope Lt'O XIII Is said to have in his gating thu matter, and many rind that Just to clean up the stock and make ready for our Spring lines. Beautiful yard per sot by Manager Ilofmann and tho advertisers. wide Percales to closo at 5c per yard A few pieces of Gingham to close at 3c yard. music furnished by Saxton's orchestra. superb collection of precious stones a Gen. Mites wus loo previous. W. A. Carson, lato of Crab Orch- diamond that Is worth $l,000,000- -a Preston Madison, 'colored, who is Prints 3c yard Heavy yard wide Brown Cotton !ljc yard. If you can find your nnd tho present frpm "Oora Paul'" Krugor, ohurged with criminal ussuult on tho slzo In our Broken ard, has leaked the storo-rooLOCAL HAPPENINGS. of tho building occu- president of tho Transvaal Republic. entire daughter of Lewis Mason, M Window lights, putty, etc.. at Craig pied In part by W. W. Withers' furnl- Tho Methodist Kplscopul church, also colored, Deo. 27, was captured in Si Hockcr's tore store, and will ocn up a full line South, has a church of 50 members In Bourbon couDty uud lodged in jutl ut Two nlco rooms ovor our stablo for of vehicles and furmlng machinery. Cuba, with u nuilvo pastor. During Mt. Sterling. Tho victim is dying and Tho prices wi certainly pleve you. A man's good Boot for $1.15. Our pattern Mr. Cnron Is a flno business man and the wur tho pastor sold his furniture thu Negroes threuten to lynch the rent. Bcarlcy Bros. lists left in the Millinery Department now go nt half price. -will doubtlc do well here. Bead his nnd books to navo his family from star- oruio. Ouit remnant counter Is full of bar- ad. on this pago. vation. Tlio now silver certificates gains. SovcrancoAiSons. Dr. Newell Dwlght Hlllls, of Central will nave on tnelr (ace u spread eagle, Tin: Lincoln County Medical Soci Hay, millet, straw und feed of all ety, Dr. C. M. Thompon, sccrotury, Church, Chicago, has accepted a call wllti a United Suites Hag in Us talons notlllcs tho members that tho next to Plymouth Church to till tho pulpit uuu tno Nutiunul Cupitoi in tbo kinds at J. II. Baughman A: Co's. Portraits of Lincoln und Grunt meeting will bo at tho oittco of Dr. made vacant by tho resignation of Dr. You haven't ild your account at Steele Bailey In Stanford, Instead of Lyman Abbott. This Is Boechcr's old uro u.i thu face of tlio notes. Too back Bcuzlcy Bros' siablo. Sco If jou have." McKlnney, on Tuesday, Is greuu, Willi muU spuu ' uncovered. tho 10th. Drs. church. hi Lot It bo understood that tho 500 Tbu superintendent of the Virginia BitADM'.Y refused to pardon W. J. B. HoBurds and W. L. Lowdcr aro Gov. Christian Kndcavorors now In tho KenIt. Llpe, of McKlnnuy, for tho unlaw- down for papers und tho annuul elec- tucky penitentiary became members of Mllilury liiBllluiu Usued uu order -- ATtion of olllcers will occur. tuu omit o Ursi class ol 35 ful sulo of liquor. that fcoclcly, not before, but after they x'no young men represented 12 As usual C. I. Hood St Co., tho sursa-parll- bud got within prison walls. Louls- Stales, uud tbeir otlouso wus. u breucn Ul'Y nn Oliver Chilled Plow; tho men, of Lowell, Mass., sends us vlllo Times. , best, and clienpent in tho long run. of disuipiuo commuted ou Xow Ycur's Kov. Sum Small, himself un urmy tho protlli'st calender. Tho charming Hlgglns&McKlnney. , uvo In lliu faco of speolul ffurulug. ohupluln, regurds chaplains us "u sort "American Girl" whoo beautiful laco u Mrs. .Marina, Duruull und Mrs. THE Myers House Is undergoing gen apicars with u dollcutoly painted Hug of sop to thu church sentiment withThe, latest designs in Toilet Articles, Atomizers, Mirrors. McKeo, twins, who were born lu crul repairs und will soon bu nlco In tho background, makes a pleasing out much substance in them," and Is Ky., b3 years ugo, enough forunylxxly to eo. feature which unyono will bo pleased willing to wager thut whun most of Montgomery county, county, lud., lu to havo before him tho whole of 1800. them get to Cuba, they "would rather uro living lu I'uiuiun MaKK It u point to pay your uccount Wo supposa druggists will havo this go to u cock tight or a bull (Ing thun lluo licalin. 1'uelr pictures bIiow iliul at this olllco when you come to court calender, or a copy may bo obtained by uttond services." inoy urc ollll us much ullko as two Best lino of DOLLS evor oflered for the money. bmck-eyeMonday. Wo must havo the nioooy. . peas. sending six cents to C. I. Hood b Co., "What was the result of tho experiKamuud l'urker, tho palnurcb, ouco ment of huvlng handsomo young woAlioUT 40 hogsheads of tobacco havo Lowell, Mass. men instead ut regular deacons pass u sluvo lu thu Wusulngton family, uud from tho Tur- been sent to loulsvlllo A IIKAHAM. Another good old Con "It was & for nearly hulf u century guurdluu Of norsvlllo section during tho last few federate oldler has gono to his reward, the contribution boxes?' -tj Sunduys tho young Washington's tomb ut Ml. Vernon, is failure. After u few ' days. Mr. Georgo Abraham, of Co. B, Cupt men found they wore chipping In moro dead. Uuudreds of tnousunds who havo . Having decided to close out my buslnoss, I will begin an auction on next reglmont, Ur.MKMllKlt ui auction, which begins Tom Shanks' Co., Grlgsby's they could atTord, uud thoy quit mado tbo pilgrituugb to Mt. Vutnou recom than Duku's brlgado and Moigan's coming to church." Chlcugo Tribune. member tbu old colored man. at 1 o'clock Saturduy morning. A splen- mand, sleeps his lust sle.cp, after tight' did lino of dry goods, shoes, hots and Mrs Welch has u letter from Hov. Tho speed trials by tho Burlington Ing his last und hurdest battle, thut of notions will go. Mark Hardin. George O. Barnes saying thut ho has und Northwestern rullwuys for tho fust earning a living in his old ugo. Mr. G. begun a meeting ut Washington "to mull contract between Chlcugo und At 1 o'clock, at my store, next door to Beazley & Tarter's, corner Main and Somor-- et TUB Somerset Banking Co., H. u. W. DoBord, who fought sldo by sldo Streets, uiy entire stock of lust till Jesus comes." After much Ouiiliu huvo provwd thut tbo scnedule Hall, cashier, on u capital of $80,000, with him und who was with him In dllllculty ho secured uu abundoucd can bo shortcued un hour if necessary. earned $1,411.11 thu lust tlxmonlhsund prison at Camp Douglas, and ought to church, which hud been sold to bo torn Tho roads uro muklng 50 to 00 miles an declared u dividend of .'1 per cent. know him pretty well, suys ho wus an down, but us It rosts ubout$200u month hour right along. Cap , Boots, Ac. Come one; come all. mun and u capital soldier. excctlont TUB mercury went up Tuesday and Mr. Abruhutn was about 72 years of ugo and ho hus nothing to puy it with, ho Tho situation ln,Suntlugo province tho snow disappeared rapidly. Slnco and a bachelor und lived and died near is trusting tho Lord to 0en tho beurts Is now described us uiitlcul, because of of bis Kentucky und other friends to the order requiring all customs revethen it has boon ruining, soggy nnd Crab Orchard. sond him contributions to help puy Beginning at lOo'c'ock. "Colder tonight und innues to bo sent to Havana. It Is chargHe Is sutlstled that tho Lord ed thut Maj. Guu. Brooko Is Ignoring Friday" was yes- Taxed. In tho suit to tax Must hk creasing cloudiness tho runchlsa of tho ICeeloy Cure at has culled him to work ut tho Cupltal MuJ. Gun. Wood, seudlng orders to his torday's prediction. Crab Orchard, Judgo Builoy decided uud thut tho harvest of souls will bo a subordinates. GOOCH8 GAI.OHK. Tliora aro Ml that It should puy u tax based on u val- royul one. Miss Mario is with him und Amos F. GotI, u very weulthy farmer, GoochB in tho Wuyuesburg magisterial uation of $:tO,000, in oxcoss of tho 0 sho and the little organ continue to aged 50 years, wus sued at unkforlby IIIIIIIIIIHHIj . MfiYiMWiViYiViViiVi'il ViYYiin'umiiiimiiri district aud ull of them vote tho demo-cratl- o listed by tho springs property for furnish tho sweet und plaintive music, bis daughter-lu-lu5 .or a Spurgeon.l straight. Counting llvo taxation. It wus In proof thut tho ticket that ull who over heard, lovo so well. for $1,000 for hugging und kissing hur rn Ku to tho family tlcro are 105 peoplo pf owners of tho springs, Messrs, W. B. m ugulnst her will. i.L rn A gentleman who U ovldently name Jn tho Southern enu oi tno Huldomiin, U. II. Young and W. T. that B It 3 mi M ; 2 has bcon sued by each JuJgo Turvln square himself with maito " county. A H 3f Graut, had traded u half Interest in tho pi'of thu tlvo Covington councilmeu that blushludios who have passed tho Bank of Liberty property that they valued at $00,000 to den becuuso thoy would uot appro.- - o 5t--s TUB Commercial ing period, gives this definition of uu bo jailed j. : ;ncourt-hous- e, of 20,o00 earned Col. G. C. Wobster Si Co. to establish a with a cupltul stock old maid Is a womun priate funds to furnish thu ICeeloy Cure there, uud Judgo Bailey oldmuld: "An for $10,000. -$2,058.00 during tho last six months.out r fool enough to bo II n thought thut us f'iO.OOO was tho valua- whohus not been team of deaf und :!?t There Is u foot-ba- ll 3 r- of 'which It declared a dividend of por every fool who has boon fool 5 us --a E4A j5 2 carried ovor tion they bad put on tho franchise it fooled by foolishly try to fool her," n3 dumb pluyers at Jacksonville, HI., and . " i t . - d rr cent., paid expenses and : : loans and ought to ba taxed to thut amount, al- enough to R. w :5:S S during tbu seuon lutuly ended thu $500 to its surplus fund. Tho tfl: : Tho State College at Lexington f aggregate $10,030.10 and tho though tho articles of incorporation of put up somo ustoulslilngly good discounts PWW.WMW5 uoout 75 now students, chlclly In elovon WHHttftNttMttftNHi mwmtmimmmt. Pretty tho concern Uxcd tho capital stock ut tssi work. Individual deposit $10,742.21. tho normal department. caso will bo appealed. Tho $300,000. good for Cashier G. A. Prewitt. Uovrc "?. of picked corn nt 3.1 Carriages, Buggies, surreys, Pfraetons, Buckboards, Carts, Wagons, Agt. McCormack Binders & Brown Wagons W. A. u CARSON, STANFORD. 000-pou- 1,000-pound- 1 Room Waking Sale. Winter Underwear, Boots, Shoes, Overcoats, Cloaks, Flannels, &c, &c, e. e, 1,000-poun- car-loa- d mm ko. Less Ik Cost to Produce ! puv-me- H SEVERANCE & SONS. ss NEW YEftR GREETING I At Ridiculously Low Prices. grand-parent- d, ?" ld LOTS OF SHOES 1 ! ond-doll- ar JOHN P. JONES. uu-lunc- u. s, CRAIG &.HOCKBR'S m vTirTi lU J, Books by Standard Authors at 15c JJL, in d mm tf r Saturday, January 7, Auction all Day Monday, County Court Day Dry Goods, Clothing', Shoes, Hats, MARK HARDIN. S,s1Ho $'!0,-00- w, r?EB5 -- :' :wl5i.eJ9',n :- ts fcr wmm m - ;..3.; Vgssi! r '9,t sa if" r V- - Cf One of the army oWers In Amerlcua, tell good story illuttrntlreifT the It was turned over to O. . hapnyf-o-luck- y The character of aome of li funny enough to innkc )ili near rcla-lir- e S. Durham Jan. in. My miiilrlmr my sWnco from those who Join the army. One day ix linmfl tiunlnnna deal, I laugh." Thl, liowcter, l what s Rrst hvs determined In Rev. J. Q. Montgomery preached at( ntly after one of the prlite In hit cIcmo out all my aurplua atoek, Ae., on tho ao.'biitLiiirA"tX" happened nt the funeral of Dr. Kellogg, Saturday night, regiment had received' hi full month' fnrm stid will sell to tho hlgheat bidder on tho Christian church of Ahlnnd, O. The Kellogg family ii Sunday and Sunday night. wnges of $15.50, he went to Lexington S3 IUCK VJCAIl IN ADVANCK 1800.o n old and respected one In town, and, A social was given Saturday night at to enjoy himself. Going to a livery T hlEh.crndn Hliortt.orn Milk Cow a, II Cat Tea. main anil female, lot of thorIn old families of oi often happens JW" When not aopaidsa.SO will t ehaned. McAnlnch's. Despite tho cold, table, the soldier hired the flnent Ian. oughbred How and tlllu (l)ume Jenera), s small towns, la connected with nearly II. II. stormy night a good crowd of tho cllto dntt In the cstoblUhment, and. drawn fine Jennrt nnd Jack Unit, llmod Mnre. every other family In the town. Dr. AImi a who mailo (un untiiaiaic by four fine horses, was driven about Mulo Oolta. Ac crib, Ac Inren quantity ahock Halo at mldrnco folder, corn In Kellogg died In New York. He was a wcro present, city for two hours. The stnble bill coumenc lng at 10 m Term Ca.li the widower, without any children, and hour. 81 It It. II. HltON.U'(lll,l'rnliOrtlir.l At his cxnmlning trial at Liberty amounted to $13 exactly, and with only left order In his will for lilt body r Ilrown was ac- a left In hi pocket the prito be cremated and the ashes deposit Monday, Sheriff Jamesof Chatman, vate trudged back to camp at sunset aV. quitted of tho raurdor ed in the grave of his wife ot Aslilnml KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Wednesday night with only' the pleasantest recollections Surgeon Mrs. l'attereon, n cousin, wa direct- which occurred on of his drive over the city behind a III week. courNc Dentist, No. ed to carry out his request. The death of l.M ArnllMlHltilnrdt 2 10 A. M He probably wanted to show A. M. No. 4 Leate. rji.nlord at Tho writer Is onco moro on the lw necewary to have the aid of It may of the doctor cast n gloom over the tt llowland N. 31 AirtTtf Stanford it 13:04 lDAT. ? staff ol tho Loulsvlllo dallies; As the people what n not soldier looked :M K. Ho. at Leate whole, big family of kinsfolk. Mrs. it pure Drug nnd Medicines lo prevent r, wo aro without a like. Patterson telegraphed directions for a Ooo?.r MclUUrn' !ru Rtor. In theCOw.l.j KNOXVILLE DIVISION. V ItnlMIng. running down or In build up snj already the cremation of the body, and peer (V) olten sending Items that aro A correspondent of the Westminster not news. watched anxiously for the arrival of Oizctte consider that it takvs too dvbilltsted system .. H 7pm We. M Tnin going North Tho road aro again In a tcrrlblo much exertion and ink to apeak and . 2 41am the remains. One morning the expressW S. D. D. S., Our slock of proprietary article W. M " outh ... ITikU man drove up with the box. the fu- plight. Kven down hero In Casey write the "cIL zen of thetfnlted State ' Ml . ittpm ' H.M " where oxccsslvo toll is charged, tho of America," and hcuggnt,lnnMiiuch neral was held, and attended by Ashevery remedy of meVlt nd our preFor alllPolnta. land in n body. The wife's grave was pikes are llttlo, If any better, than tho as In manuscript It i customary for BOHO II TICKETS BOLD. Teeth Extracted Without Fain I scription department I supplied with tllrt road. brevity to print the three letter, "(J. tlAUOAHE CHECKED TIIKOUOU. opened, the box deposited solemnly, average country Tho stove to bo given uway to tbj S. A., for the "United State of Amer With Vllnllifd Air. I'hyalrfaii In attend- everything ncceisary for tho accurate fill For any Information enquire ol and the mourners dispersed. A few ance. days afterward Mrs.Pattereon received ono guessing nearest tho number or ica," tlmt the republic bo wiled "Usa" JOE S. KICK, Agent, Ing of physician prescriptions. Offlcq In the New Thompson Itulldlng. rench & and Its inhabitant "Usant." We'uns Stanford, Ky. a small zlno box, about the size of the mixed seed In a quart jar.by Kolsay resulted In a tlo. Richard Sharp will kick on "Uan." w first. Sho horrified to find that FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. this last box undoubtedly contained and Mrs. J.C. Lay both guessing tbo One of the banner carried In a triMr. 6,111. Train leare Frankfort at :0 A, M. and S F. ., the ashes of her cousin, Dr. Kellogg. correct number, which was umphant procession at Phlllpburg, oanKtlng at neonretown with (J. AC. and reach. She knew, ot course, at once, consented to glvo or. take-t- hat Kan., that Sharp has 10 r. M. l'arii Of No. til fourth Ave.. lac raria at 8:40 a. m. and S'connecting Lear(leorge-ta- n bare the following Inscription: thostove at Is $15 to Mrs. L. ami take something else, no telling what, had att:30A. u and 8:30 r.M.. "The Pop Carcass Is no Koso with Q. A C. and reaching Frankfort at 11:15 -been deposited In the ccmeetryin Heir or vico versa. OR TRADE. A. K. and 7.20 p u. Two years ago the populists JOSEril K. NEWT0X. A. O. V. A. Will at the of the doctor. A quiet investigation Green River was on a rampago Sat paraded there with a banner declaring was made. It was found that another urday and consequently no mall. Thcro South.a.t Kanwi QUEEN & CRESCENT. that the corruption of the other rty St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Tues 24rrl.nlld firm f JWarrealn Una Writ lorail, ml If. from lb. II.miI Mrs. Patterson In Ashland, a Is no stream at nil between nero ana miodftrulDsrounlrr thlrklr ..tiled tt III Ml day, Jan. 31, 1899. studied to heaven. un ar t.rra. or traJ. M farm la Ontral Ken Tralna past Junction City a followi: had sent a dress to a dye firm in McKlnncy and somo "postal regulaCan la liutr. (7S) lay II,'"' 10 V"' , dlrlerene. Ky a Upturning one day In each month. Ho. 1 South ...! 02 pm No.2 North..t 11 pra New York. The box containing thin tion" should bb inaugurated to glvo Ocn. Shaffer sny of the Cuban NlanMd, irado. AdJrwa ll SO am " S43am lfo. .ll "4 " "They wcro half naked. Some Eytt Exualsei iai 01i:iei SiUstlffciHy, " " Wo. .112.lam lllpm dress had been deposited in the grave Middleburg a mall, though Green Riv . OS p m " 10 " " - 00 a m of the late Mrs. Kellogg. A second and er was on a "high lonesome" seven had only a pair of trousers, but I noNo. aajBivca. ' No. 1 and 2 do not atop. 9 and 10 ran uo Jfur-Uii very quiet burial was held, nt which days out (f tho week. ticed every one had a gun and a carthu Junction City. only Mrs. Patterson and the sexton School resumed Monday with a g ol tridge belt, even if he didn't have a shirt The IJ n coin (unty National Itank, of were present. The story was too good attendance. John Paul hat moved to to his back." They were clad literally the Farmer. Stanford. Ky., ha. auen-HiHank A Tru.t Co.. of Stanford. Ky . and In "the rude habiliments of war." to keep, and wns soon putwed around. tho Huff property on Race street, Robt. uttait.l all It llsbllltlra. aa.cta and entint bu.lne.. Tucker moving Into tho houso vacated "A baby," say Israel Znngwill, "1 a ?. II CIIANK, I'rtoldrtil A serious question of jail etiquette by Paul. Theo. Wcsloy ha moved joy to Its mother, an heir to its father. J. II. OW8LKV. Caahler has arisen at Eureka Springs, Ark., Into tho Drye propory, Perry Wcsioy a chnrgc to tt nurse, a tout to the where four convicts absented them- moving Into the houso vacated by tho clergyman who baptize it, a new bioselves without leave from the county former druggist and postmaster, logical specimen lo the physician, a Stanford, Kv., prison and went to a dance. In the Tho writer is In receipt of a letter hew customer to the shopkeeper, and s Louisville. Ky., morning they were all baclf again nt frottf Sergeant L. P. Young, who is nuisance to the neighbors." the jail door, clamoring for admission with Capt. Penny's company In Porto AMERICANS EUROPEAN Even Emperor William, the German Made from pure and breakfast. The justly Incensed Rico. While he speaks well of that magnate, cannot travel abroad without jailer refused to take them in, snying American emerald, ho writes that cream of tartar. The Ladles ltestauranl Is the Quest In they had abused his hospitality. The there's no place like Kentucky, and ho coming across evidences of American Goods Warranted. the city. Kvcry convenience for ladle matter was taken to higher authorities wishes that it wero possible to float enterprise. The engines which drew Fit Guaranteed. spending the day in the city. oocf and the exiles have obtained their old that Isle up Green River and anchor him over the famous railroad "from Give Him a Call. Grnlluntn'a Cafe on office floor. quarters. On the whole, the decision somewhere in tho vicinity of Mlddlc-bur- Jaffa to Jerusalem" were built In the United States. THOMAS A. MULLICAN, was just. Some slight punishment Manage:. should be inflicted on the absentees, Indiana now rank second as a state Fulraen Brutlum mot Friday The Alum baking powders are the greatest but a good deal can be excused to high nlcht. an Interesting program being In which fruit and vegetable are Music Tueid.tr, Tnursdjy and Sunday xa io neaun oi uc present Oiy. Kvcnin. spirits, while It should not be held that rendered. Tho subject tor debate Fri- packed, Maryland being first and New THE a mere frolicsome escapade like this day night Is, "Resolved That Ono Jerey third. Horn. lAmwa eowct CO., xtw roan. ui'v PDtTJUCvin vVvtni should forfeit a prisoner's legal right Grows Happier as he Grows Learned." to food and shelter. There is a time to Afllrniative, J. R. Staton and Miss WHEN' YOU HAVE A HAD COUJ. dance, but one cannot be dancing all h l'F.NETItATKi Florence Christopher. Negative, Vou want the best medicine that can the time. Tho Jailer should no allow Lucas and Jodie Kolsay. Paper, be obtained, and that Is Chambermlu's MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. personal pique to interfere with grave EIGHT GREAT STATES Steuben Godbey. Many other Interest- Cougj Remedy. , constitutional privileges,' t ing selections and recitations will be Vou want a remedy that will not Kentucky. Tennea.ee. Virginia, Georgia North and South Carolina, only give tjulck relief but effect a perNewly furnished; clean beds; splendsd Thomas C. Boone, one of. the three given. Everybody Invited. Alabama, Mlolulppl We notice that Gov. Dradloy has manent cure. Porters men who made ascents in the Everything table. warbal commissioned E. S. Helburn, of 89 meet all trains. Youjwant aremedy that will relievo j loon at Santiago, in telling of his exa captain In Coison's regi tho lungs and keep expectoration easy. periences In Iioston the other night, You want a remedy that will counter Between Iioularllle anr the South. said: "Newspaper correspondents and ment. Helburn was major oi me compa: act any tondency toward pneumonia. magazine writers have condemned the Battalion, 2d Kentucky. Tho II nies of this battalion were A, E, You want a remedy that Is pleasant balloon, but in my opinion there can DAILY Co., be no question of the value of the bal- (Mlddlesboro) and L (Lancaster). Maj. and safe to take. Each way between Louisville and loved loon in warfare. We were able to lo- Helburn was ono of tho best Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is tbo KOUNDUD IHOfl. "bloody" (?) second, and only medicine tn ue that meets all of W. A. TUUK, O. I'. A.. cate the enemy, and in one particular Waahlnzlon. I. C. Instance undoubtedly saved many lite whllo his boys would have been glad theso requirements. This remedy is W. II. TAVLOE, A O I' A when we informed our men of a body of for him to havo knocked a larger plum, famous for Its cures of bad colds Ixiul.vllle. Ky the enemy about 300 strong lying hid- yet they will congratulate him on UTANroltlt. KV throughout tbo United States and In hls recognition from tho guv. many foreign countries. It has many den in the pas on the slope commandWallace Sharp, formerly of Casey, rivals, but, for tho speedy and permaning a, narrow path up our men, NATIONAL BANK were about to march." but now a resident of Texas,) Is In to ent cure of bad colds, stands without a OFSTANIOItU, KV, Vf havo KMt and relatives. Prof. W. peer and Its splendid qualities aro our land, and hereby t '' Visit friends waru all erMina from tre.palngon them A glass manufacturing firm nt Port T. Ford, formerly of J. W. I., but now everywhere admired and praised. For liateer, under for Sarjlm, 117 310 the any purpoin In such raica. penlt)"pf Cj,1U1 Stock J10J.0W. Allegany, Pa., U preparing to make of Georgetown, carno down Friday to salo by Craig A Hockcr, Druggists. law prurlded . glass tubes that can be used for Wesley and sUter, la failed lo the tut thai S. II IIAI'OllalAN. T It, NF.tYI.AN!, Attention ol the imblle visit friends. Jason thlilat&a only National Hank In Slan&ird. Un J. W. IIAUUHMAN. A. M I'KNCIl Cincinnati, Florida and Havana Lim d.r ing oil or gas across the country, for Miss Florenco, aro attending school at pruiulou. ol lb. National Hank Act E. K. rATTEIHON. M S. HAt'OIIMAN And Dealer in lb. carrying olt sewage, supplying cities Lancaster. Fred Durham will attend ited is a new train SI houro Cincinnati defualton art aeeurtd not only by tbo capital alack, H. II. MIAMCS. MltS. V OHIMKrf. (or an amouul J K 1.VNN J E. Hltl'Ci:. SADDLERY, &C. with water, etc The glass pipe doe s:hool at Hogeett Academy, Danville, to Havana, Queen A Crescent Routo ImitiTtb. aiorkholdera' liability of lbl.lo.lllu. J. II. McKINNHV HARNESS, UaltnlnaUck aolhil V M. WAUE. and connecting rail and steamship Ilonaraiecurwlby a fund offA0,0u0 Fir. awort A, Jl FKI,AN1, not corrode, it Is impervious to the commencing Monday next. Leo condition ol Iba lla&k areiuadt J H. OWaLKV. Sit atat.in.nuol lha KY. STANFORD, , (.oTtrnmenl and IU electrolysis in underground conduit-andhas returned from Danville, lines. Finer t trains in the South. acb year to lha United .Slate.Hum by ataled it U claimed, is ltes likely to leak whero ho spent tho holidays. G. S. Through tickets on sale Cincinnati to aawla sra aiaulned atadditional ana lorcruuient agenta, thua tecuriB( rlKt Mlel, to il.pu.ltor.. than iron pipe. An Ohio company U Durham was In Danville Thursday on Havana via this lino. Tbli IniUtullononiina MtablUhed a. tha Da now putting in such a pipe line, nnd business. Jason Taylor left Tuesday Po.ll Ilank ol Stanford In ltua. men raurir.MUtal u IIUAVK Ml:N 1'AI.I, lha National Hank ofSlantord In IWJ andaala' a practical test of the system will soon for Wllmore, where he will attend H0ME0PATHI0:PHYSI0IAN ii Victim, to toua. h. liter and kidney IrouMe. a. r0.r!".,1 f?" K?"""1. ."f ' "H"1 In lsai. haa had vracllcallr anuulnUrruMl .il.l be possible for a distance of lOOmllea. SURQEON, Leonard Creech is thinking of well a. women, a ul all feel Iba rrvulla lu lou of anceforUyear. II la teller aupplled now wlti laclllllea for tranaartlng appetite, attending Uarbourvillo College. lin'ln Ilia Mol, lurkacli. nrrrou, erallythanavrr befonlnbull new prouiplly and lib. Ita long and houorebli -In Columbia university a few'days new, headaoae aud llred, Iblleu, feelinic. CLAKENCE COLEMAN career. Arcounta ol Individual., aduclarlM,llrni. Hut Ihtrt'a no need to feel Ilk that. U.ten lo J W and Indlrlduali M,lklleL ago lllram S. Maxim gave a demonstraOlllrc over IIIrcIii. It MrKlnne Htnre Oardner, M.illle, Ind II uya: "l.lrctric I til. ninscToaa tion, with blankcartridges.ofhlsrapid-fir- e GRAND ARMY RESOLUTIONS. ten kreju.l lb thing lor a man when li!, all run V rteld, Lincoln Co. J W Haydtn, Stanford gun in action. The hall was crowd H. 11 llaughman, " llteaor dlra 8.T. Harrla, " e))fJM lwwiwirnltwtBinlag(i At the December meeting Of James ' duwn, anddonn't tare wbctb.r-T i' Hill, J H. Horker, " When the shot ed with student. W A Trlbbl., W,l', Walton ' No. 81, Department, l'dMuorto1,i..u.new ,trn,ih.nd good.preached COO a minute the enthusiasm Humphrey Post, vll. Wan anylbluiil couM uk. Iran now eal, J. II ColIler.Cr.li OrcbM M.J Miller, Ml. Vernon M U.KIinor., btanford. anything ami bar a uw Iea on life " Only ran high, and there wn a wild charge Ky. Hustonville, Kentucky orncaas, Resolved 1st, That WO fully np IsllVani'sWrufMor, llrery toltleiuarantcel. for shells. Mr. Maxim says the idea ' J J Mcltoberit ...1 fln.lnHA fcww - UIIU UUUUI.U ,Virt ulki, .. i S. Itoek.r, Pre.IJ.otI AMl.ianK.hler Ca.hl. Offer. hlaa.rTloe.tu lb popl ofWwt Llicoln ,ow uml hll.l " A A MrKlnn.v of utilizing the recoil to reload and re- lirUCIlllO Admiral Dewey wrote In resiionsc to aou and Cawy coantli a. hullilotk oKVittlutind Catk tire occurred to lilro while hunting in mane administration of our noblo a letter from a New Albany girl: I am taalwaraon hand. hearted prosldent, who basio very sorry christian M 1. ti. Caruter. Manager. the south soon after the civil war. I have nothing to send TRY that thoroughly endeared himself to thu you, for I would llku to very much. So Cvery dog of high degree nowaday hearts of all our patriotic people, bdth many people have already askod me for THE assert the fact by wearing the crest of North and South uutions auu pictures, mus i uavu a long Wo are In tho trade with 1'iilla llraucliauil his house on his cheM. The poor little I 2. That we deeply regret tho loss sf time ago given them all uway. I doi.'t other k'CKxl CimU AIm Hh loru. Out a swelldom, as Gen. Garcia, who has spent his llf'j In have enough buttons left now even to doggie in list pay for his rWilixtuIT, Flour, tiO. Wo uImi hiiudle llrlck Frsai J. Heed, Oen. Paw. Agt , Hund. ItHiiivuilx'r we tuko I unit I'ro- Din. hiss. Agt. must his mlrtrcss, who wears lierwir tbo cause of liberty for his people, tho K. II. liacon, iuu button my coat. w I x. x. 1. v duct. In oxeliuiiiro. I'romtit dcllverv ami W.II. McDoel, Vlco.Pres.&Cleii Mgr. to shin and bone pursuing pleasure's Cubansj and also the loss sustained by atteutlon to nil order. Ofllce aud scale. Cliurle H. Ituckwell Traffic Mgr. 'IVIeclionu No II lieur I A. N bauble. The deg't howls refute the our nation In tho deutu of Col. Waring, I'KIIKIN A IT..tt'K theory thai cocaine dots away will) tho great htimanltarlun, and we mourn I' 8 We uImi curr hpwlinr Murlilne. the pain of the operation. Dutonceit tho loss of two member of tbjs post, I'arU and Attuchuieiila mid do nil kind of 60 repairing A meeting of the stockholder, of the is cter the cr cited poodle can alTord an Jeremiah Martin and Newton Perkins, llankot llu.loiivlllo ulll Ijo hold at who recently answered tbelr lust roll csirn sniff at the aUi pall mongrel. ItOUTE. their Imiiklug linu.e In llu.loiulllu the 2nd BO 'YEARS JOAH RlOSEV, Com. call. Tuvaduy In Juuumy. ISU'J. between 0 unit 11 EXPERIENCE A. .. for the iiirxu of eleotlu ultiu direcTor d people stippoMid to be more Tb.llf.t Un.lotnd From E. KlNo,.AdJt. Jas, tor, toarve thu eiiiillin eiir 1 and nertout than the MHHwiriff I i. W IIOOKKIt.Cu.hlor. MILLIONS II1VKK A WAV, American the English seem at time to All Iolnt In Michigan, put'l' ltucsrtalnly grallflng lo lb bit ctlin of hurry. It I officially re of on concern In lb laud who ar not afrl4 to U OMIOAJ30. there were left In the Lon- -' gnerou to tb needy and .uttering. Th proirle-toTil llSSalflKl WblUCltySroclsL" 1 )irud that A meeting of the, stockholders! thu l'lr.t Boat Terminal but loo. oi Dr. King's Sew Ulxotery for Cou.uwutloii, ilnn oab last) ear 17,000 umbrellas, JS1 Natlouul Hunk o! Stanford will he held at Trade Marks iVugba and Coldi, haiglen awayor.r tea j gold watches, 3.U00 purses, several bird. LOUIS. ramus trialhotllo oltbli great uiedlclne; sud hat their hanklni; hou.o the aocond Tuv.day In Avoiding tn Tunnel In cages, an artlfloinl leg, a street Copvriohts 4c. January, 1SW, for tho puriaM) of eltvllng U lliMlUfacllou ofkuoalnf It ha atolutely cured directors for tho eu.ulnif eur. Anrone eending .ketch and de.crlptlmi may haruioulum and a sewing machine. BOSTON. our opinion rrea wueiner an thouwndaofhopel. oK. Atlbma, HroOvbltU. quickly JOHN i McHUIIliUTS, Cu.l.ler. Invention 1. probably iwtentahle. ( ouiniuiilra Wagner bletplng;Cara. Iloanwncw aud all dUa.e of th Throat, Cbet turn .trlellr coimdaiitUI. I.1H1'.'U I airmi by It. Call on I'uuy, This Is how a Dallas (Tex.) reporter andLuugairurcl)reurl ..nt Ire OMeM .(relief for leeunnii patent. WRITE FOR CIRCULARS fc U frt trt.l botlle, tftrUt notUt, without ib.rue, lu tb caronioieu a Hanging; "At III4Q suep IiruUt,andget hotlle guaranteed, Ilegilar B.hIdit Machine w manufacture and tli.ll or price prices before you purchaa any other. Slwln Ura, IVI..I , ste..art ollllh.- rnn. nni, .Tn,in .. BOc, and f I. Krery BuM Parlor Car., M.H.U, A meeting of tho stockholder of Ohe I.ln. V VIO wv ww..h Ooaipartuieiit Can, IHMH luuded. coin 'Joanly National Ilank of Stanford will Thc New Home bswinq machine co. Shaw, dressed in a ing ura. oaaaoa, M.aa, suit of Ijtnce.t elr A handioniely Ula.trated week r In held St Loul..Xa 'I itii... U a Cklco.lU. cnlallon of any .clonus. Jouri hlacb, with turned-dowcollar, black Scott county lost US eltlisens over tho Tui'fcdayat their banklnif house tho aeroud 3UaioaSolaN,ir.Y. w.o aier.. lW,lM. lUamaiUH.'o.t'al. AUauU,Ua. In January, law, for tliOcirc. of D. B MAItTIN', y.ri rour luoiuua, ,l eoi-- i K 0. McCOKMIOK. average being eltctlug 11 director for tha ensuing re (tic f S.P.n 36IBrodjy I'M.TrsflJc Mtr, (Jen. l'asi. dTkl. Act tie, and black glotus, was ushered Into ago of 70 last year, tho VS IIUII U. Ullll oK-- UVl V Bt. Waablostvu, ..1 J. U. OWSLEY, (Tu.uler, the presence of hi God," A. K. nearly 81 years. i& ,0IN0INNA'I, O. ilraucb fc H. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL la f'nn at a Fnncrnl. not often that n man' funeral MIWLEWRS. I On., PUBLIC SALE. post-offi- ce mdriidT Saturday. Jan. 7th. high-graii- OdiS ML Til me half-dolla- Ja. 8. PRICE, lt four-in-han- d. the oi the yenr rc,po-torl- al Stanford, Ky. news-gathere- S -... ..... BEftZLEY, Lnucnntcr, Ky. con-taf- t DR. R. GOLDSTEIN, Kentucky, 1 Penny's Drug Store. FARM FOR SALE Cera-nlum- l" Louisville. tcr-in-law, NOTICE, RoVal H. C. RUPLEY, h. The Merchant Tailor, Baking Powder Saf eguards the f against alum. LOUISVILLE HOTEL Is Receiving Ills Fnll And "Winter Goods. g. Southern Railway ' Mason Hotel first-clas- s. FIRE INSURANCE Al-va- I J Iutcostcr, Kentucky. Insurance Company OF BROOKLYN. PHHNIX oi Scotland. o, Through Sleeping Cars TRAINS J.C.JVlcCtyY ii Caledonian Insurance TIIWI'K R.B.MAHONY.Agt, FIRST POSTED. UUDBHTAKEE! dlior. DR. R M. PHGLPS. TAKE THE col-leg- o. " " u Stnnford, Kentucky. J. Y. SUTTON, .Unrlortnlcor, f UK-- The Popular Route to CHICAGO. NEW HOME Cmbb NOTICE. 05IL irH j' . BIG 4 ST. Stockholder' Meeting. ul TOLEDOAND DETROIT ki I ! Stoclcllolde8, aicetlntf. i llSKEu scicntmc iitticncnn. u, mil-llo- u : NEW YORK. Wr StocklioldcrH Sfeetlnjf W.dloi iieat-fltlln- g n IIALt, Lincoln.