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NO. 89 0FTHEVIC1NA&E. 81, DANVILLE, Mr. 8allle White Russell, aged Richmond. A full grown tlccr wa killed InJaok ton county last week. Tho First National Hank, of Somor-so- t, Seven down roosters woro shipped from Hrodhcad In ono day. W, II. Hrandcnburg died nt Middles boro from tho offecu of a fall at Watt' declared ! cr cent. V furnace. Thoro It n blir log tldo In the Cumberland and tin tributaries and tho lumber men ara busy. A. W. Hopper, late foreman of tho i'lncvllln Courier, ha loasod tho Hurst printing plant and will '.art a paper at Mlddletboro atom Fob. 1. U. O. Pennington will run a lecture courtoat Mlddletboro and start with Hov. U. V. Ferryman. Gov. HobTny lor It to apieur oon. Tho Lexington Leader say that tho clty't lady barber, MIm Sarah J. Jones, It from London, where the wu called by the lllnctt of her father. It.iv Mnvlit Itnmitp has lionn award. cd $1,200 and 912 a month pension, o account of tho Jonlh of a son In prison, during tho clrll war. Uurgln Messeny ger, A fresh gravo wa discovered In cemetery at Corbln. Invcstl- gallon ihowcd It to contain a white ba by burled In a hardware box. The parentage U unknown. Col. O. l. Ely, tho gentlemanly proprietor of tho hotel at Flat Lick, Knox county, well and favorably known by tho traveling public, died last week, having survived hit wife lent than a year. Ho wat a Confederate soldier of ii ml a mitt worthy representative tho Lost Cause. M.JF. Morton, of Campion, has been appointed by Collccfor Yorkos, deputy collector In tho third dlvlslou.suceccd-lo- g S. M. Tult, who wat removed. A certain sorely ditapiiolnlcd faction there mado u desperate ttrttgglo to get Collector Yerkci to revoke or hold up tho apoblntmonl. A dispatch from Pinovillo says that SI Dover, ono of the most resected citizens of Boll, italct that n watch which tin Aldorney cow twallowed two montht since when removed from the bovlno't itomnch two day ago win till ticking and had lost but three mlnutct lo time. lilt theory It that tho stem winder wat riven a twist every tlmo tho cow breathed. Tho Bourbon Newt tayt tho stato- ment that MUs Margaret Ingelt had been made principal of the Mtllcrsburg Femalo College It Incorrect. Danville Advocate. Thli Item hat Deen doing torvlco for tovoral tuonlbt, w,hon anybody might luivo known that a woman had not been put at tho head of the Institution that it ulwavt presided over by a Mothodlst minister, Rov. Fit her being ut present at Its head. 'f ! annual dividend of .'I per cent. Henry I'utterson and I propose to revive tho old Georgia scenes In this vicinity by having a "gandor pulling." A gooso will bo tied securely, head downward, to a beam projecting over tho odgo of n ring. Tho head und neck will bo greased und horsemen will ride rapidly by. attempting to pull tho head oil as they go. Each attempt will cost 91, and tho man getting tho head, will recolve 920 In gold. Wo still havo plenty of surplus capi tal and there It talk of Investing It In hemp and tobacco manufactories. A Garrard raises an abundance of the products, It would certainly bo u profitable venture. Furmert would get better prices for their crop, it would cost lo to ship them to market, and, by giving employment lo many men, It would Invito Immigration. Such a inovo would bo beneficial to everybody, and, If tho right moo take hold of It, It will be another go lo the right direction. Several amusing Incidents are related In reference to David Ito-- s during his campaign for Jillcr. Ho seoms to have had a huppy faculty of getting Into thu good grace of all classes of people, from ttie lloat'sr to the christian. An old lady in the Hryanttvlllo vicinity a.ked hor husband what bald headed man that was running for Jailer. When Informed that it wot Davu Host, she tald, 4,Ho must bo a mighty good man. He Is always talking about the church, and he asked mo lo write to him when our big meeting would begin, iv he wanted to come down." During the same trip ho went to u country church and took u scat near the choir. Tho minister announced a familiar hymn and requested all to Join in the song. David thought this wot thoopportunily to make u good Impression und gain a few votes. Ho began and tho utter want of lmrraony between his harsh murmuring and tho choir wus on the eve of breaking up tho meeting, whou tho minister looked over his plasscs, In the direction of Davo.nndsald: "Thoso Walter Champ, tho genius of the whose voices are not suitable, need not Paris Nes, dedicated a dialect poem. ting." Ho slopped, tho meeting con" "HowyoFecl Jest Now," to Admiral tlnued and he makes a good Jailer. Thu Dewey, who acknowledged It thui: shows how wily tho ollilclan can be"Tho verses havo diverted mq very come If ho wore to enter u church In much In a place where amusomenu are Lancaster ho would bo arrested for rare und work In abundance." disturbing religious worship, Kansas hat adopted a law fixing tele A large crowd attended tho Installa16 centt for the tlrtt 10 tion graph rates at curctnonlos of the Knights of Pywords day or night and 1 cent for each thias at thu court-houon Thursday additional word. On newspaper reports night, notwithstanding the Inclement of 1 weather. Tho tho rates are reduced to oxerelses were highly coat for euuh word during tho day and entertaining and Instructive and showone sixth of 1 cent at night. ed that each member was devoted to Judge Cantrlll rules that the coal tho noble order. Tho exercises being dealers Indicted at Frankfort for con concluded thu tnumbcrs, with lady spiring to llx rules, under tho act pre friends and relatives, ropai-e- d to tho venting tho funnutlon of u pool or trust Musou House to paruko of a delicious must stand trial. supper prepared by Mrs. U. D. Simp- A fracture of the skull caused u man sou. 'I his feature ofthaentortalnmcnt In BulTulo to whistle all torts of tunes challenges description. It wus so without cessation for W hours, when so rare and so Inviting thut we death relieved tho whistler and tho must Imagine thu perfection of everyother sutlercrs thing in tho culinary department, In New Jersey corporation laws aro lib order to form a conception of the recrul and lust year 1,I0.' companies with past. After everything, gratifying to a capitalization of 1810,810,000 look ad- tho tntto had been disposed of, tho ear vantage of them., The State got wat charmed by a Ilowof eloquonco.tbu for them. words upcarlng as rare Mowers and the Mrt. Illoomtlcld Moore, of PhJUdoW speeches as bcuullful bouquets, so excelphia, who was largely Interested In tho lent woro they In selection and conKeely Motor Company, died In Lon- struction. L. I,,. Walker was modera. don from grief over the alleged Inven- tor and und the following tor's death. Lgoutlomeu responded to thu following W. Spencer, Tho Ladles; J. GILKKRSON RKT0RN8 THANKS. toasts! I'. B. Hoblosou, Charity: G, 11. Swlno-broaTo the citizens or Crub Orchard und GratitudofLotcbor Owsloy, vicinity: II. II. Tomllnson, FriendWhether you aro democrat or repub- ship, und Hov. Ciark, Goodnight. Jim lican, white or black, sulnt or .Inuor, (Crew) Dllllon was tho happiest knight old or young, sllverlte or gold bug, pro- In tho crowd. Our people ure proud of hibitionist or whlskyltei Jew or Con- this order for tho cood It bus done and g nie. I wish to return to you tho deep will yet do, In dispensing cburlty, puln und distress und in aiding est gratitude and heartfelt thanks of mv mother and self for yourkludnus In tbo tnonlul Illumination and moral and sympathy, heroic efforts and great improvement of mankind. assistance rondorcd at the burning oi TIIKTOTITBoif A UOA.T our house on the 20th. la the words of IseuWed by ull poor djspc-ptlwhoso Happy Jack Miller, "I lovo you Ml," Stomach aud l.lcr are out of order. All parties tbut took my moth- such should know that Dr. Klug's Now Lift) except tho er's fulo teeth sot lu gold, and uu open l'llls, the wonderful Stomach aud Liver faced gold watch mado I think, by M. Itemed', gives a splendid snpetlto, sound ou j. Tpblus with my Initialspay tho back, digestion and a regular bodily nihil that a llburul Insure Deflect health aud treat euercr. J, II. O , for which I will J. H. Gilkeuson. IOuly S3 cents at Penny' Iifug Htoro. reward, se ono-thlrd Jit)-,-let, toast-mustd, alio-vlailn- T. A. Klklo Is In Atlanta. Mrt. It. K. Mcllobertf will entertain thlt. Monday, ovening Our youo? iwoplo will have a hop at the Simpson Housu on Tuesday night. 3, Ii. Henry reports 40 burials In tho cemetery In 18'JS, whllo there were only .Ti In lMi,. I know of no dlscaoo lo causa tho dllferonco, to it mutt bo attributed to tho Inllux of physician. County Clork Duncan Issued 128 mar riage llconscs In 1813, HI being to colored folks. Having only I tho population of Lincoln, tho data show tbnl our mat rimonial procltvltloaara much greater than those of that county. Tho National Hank, with u cnpltal cf 1100,000, earned S,017, and tho Citizen's National, with a capital of ;6,000 curncd M.fllO during tho last six months and each declared a semi Cpt. Tho mission bnnd of tho Uaptltt There wero 00 marriages In Rockcaschurch mot with Mis Sa'lleo Saturday tle In 1803. Tho approaching marriage of MUs Afternoon. K. T. Pendorgraft and Miss LIUlo Virginia Pair and Wm. Vnnlorblll, Jr., I'ondergraft woro married nt tho will unlta two van fortunes. Wednesday by Judgo Daniel Crews, aged 2, and Mlssllus-to- n court-hout- o Vontz, II, eloped from Scbreotto LPrewItt, Tho heavy sleet Thnrsday night and Shawncotown nnd woro married. fit' Dr. B. Foley, of Williamsburg, and Friday morning was beautiful, but damage was done to shade, Miss Eilnn, daughter of Judge M. J. Mos, wore marrlod at fruit and forest trees. One o( W. R. Ulco's employees Plnovlllo. escaped drowning In crossing a Ellas Poudergntft, sued 28, and Mist Lily Hallo Pendorgraft, lo. were mar- swollen stream near Danville. Ho savrlod In Danville Flduy by Judge ed 'hit own life, that of his horti and the destruction of his vehicle by his Prowltt. j Ilascom Campbell, a morehun, taod own hcrola cITorts. Miss Anna Bryant, formerly of North It hahcon announced that revival Carolina, were married ut at tcrvlcqi will be held at tho opera house V' this week, conducted by tho Rev. J. Middlesboro. Rufus Phelps, of Mudlon,ia brother M. Taylor, the 'Hoy Preacher." of Dr. R. M. Phelps, was married lust At the election of dlllcors for tho week to Miss Claudia Haftsflcld, of Chamberlain Society of Centre Col lego North .0 Friday evening, G. Howard Bruce At Deer Park, Md , as Mrs. Emma wai madoypretident, J. G. Hackley, Roy was about to bo married to Nor- Secy., G. M. Chapman, Ccnsn Morum. man L&e, her brother rushed In with Tho papers give an account of tbo tho information that her supposed dead elegant dinner given by tho Kontucky husband was nil vo. Society nt St. Louis. Mr. t, Both Miss Holon Gould und Gen. Joo formerly of Danville, Is deny tho ubsurd story that Wheeler of this society composed they aro enguged to be married. Each of 200 Kentucklans. On this occasion ml ml res tho other's conduct during tho he wus no married Miss war and they ure good friends, nothing Frances Reid, the handsome daughter more. of tho late Mr. John M. Reld, of LinMr. Churlcs II. Parker, a prominent coln county. young man of Mllledgevlllo, Ga., com Mr. Graddy Carey, an old Centre mitted sulcldu by swallowing a bottle boy, but now of the University of Vlr of morphine und one of laudanum and glnla, has been tho guest of Mrs. Will then drinking n flask of whisky, on tbo Harris and other friends for tho past date set for his marriage to a popular week. Miss Alkins, of Lebanon, Is the young woman. Poor (ellow. Ho took guest of her aunt, Mrs. C. I. Buchanan. it hard, but doubtless did the best Smith Dulln has returned from thing he could uud saved himself a life and will rcsumo his law stud' of trouble. Jes nt Centre. Mrs. W. G. Dunlap Is the guest of Mrs. Dr. Wm. Cheatham, RELIGIOUS MATTERS. of Louisville. Mr. Booker, of Louis- Rev. S. M. Logun went to George vlllc, Is tho guest of his cousin, Mrs. town Saturday to hold a series of meet - c u- - McDowell. Mrs. J. E. Davis, of Mldwuy. is visiting her parents, Mr. Ings. The Richmond Presbyterian church luna Mr- - Hubert Salter. MUs Joo raNed tho salary of lu pastor, Rev. J. Hoed has recovered from her recent Illness and resumed her duties In tho K. Smith, to l,500. Tho prcsonu of money and valuables aohool room. Tho entire family of sent to the Popo during 189S amounted 'Mr Hlchard Foley are 111 with grippe, to more than $2,000,000 In vulue, Includ- - a"a malJ' otner ca8C reported. Mes-In- g 8r- - Scott Gloro and Louis Bryant are 8300,000 In Peter's penco. At a protracted mooting In Clinton in Louisville. Tbo frlonds of Mayor county, Tenn., Robert Howell, who Flsber regret to hear of his illness in had been turned out nine times, was St- - Louis. Mr. Oliver Boner has received fnto membership In tho cepted a poslMon with the Korr Jcery Company of Clnctnnatu. Mrs Kentucky has boon called upon for i,ur' Klfmlrd j reported better. M l0,000of tho million dollar 20th cen- - Tom Ycager has decided to locate In tury fund to bo raised by tho Methodist 1Ciln,on' Mo- - Thomas McRobcrU is M Church, South, and leading church j convalesclne slowly. Mrs. Susan Is isltlng friends near Parlcsvlllo. wero In conference ntLexloutfln 1 ist weok to consider tho best plans for Invitations havo been received by Dan- I vino irienus to tho Uamllton-Uo-.Mo- raising It. , Rev. Georiro Gowen tells us that dur- - vlllu wedding In Nashville. Miss Dc lng tho two years he has preached at Movlllo hus beon a popular visitor in !:) Hubblo ho has received r new mem- - "anville. Mrs. Fayette Dunlap and bors Into the church there. Mr. Gowon blaster lucuaru havo returned from will begin ft tueetloi; at Orlando, Fla , H'oomlugloD.Ill, 1: the (ith bunilay, which will closo about) SI PLUNKARD COMING. tho 20th of Fobruarv. when hn will en' S3S3'SSSSSSS23:-2S4'SSWith a 5 wry Isrge ZEPIEEIE Wfc 9 lo i ! I ran pletise ynu In Shoes, for Women. Children and Men. We stand nt tho top for Quality, Style, Kit, Ac. You csn buy from ut Shoes that ,re solid as low priced as anywhere. PIKES Shirt. Neckwear Olore-i- nnd select stock una" I :1 I I- GOOD SHOES VERY CHEAP. Then wo keep tbo highest grade. In fact, tho place- to jret your Shm. Our dents TumNhtng Deptrtment Is full of good things In 1 nar-now- ly UNDERWEAR ! Newest thing In colored Shirts, Dress lints nnd Ercrjthlng to rnnko n I r- I mn. HoMcry, Trunks and Valise . 1 4CA LDWELL LANIER, &(. i day-bre- ak mo ieaamgonoe anu rurmsning nouie, VAXiiuuti Cc-olln- WE Have done a larger business than ever. We It Ureckin-rldgoJone- tve bought nore goods than ever. to We owe more than ever and want ' 'meet our obligations. out. We shall sell good toast-maste- r, We therefore s.sk our frionds to help us at lower prices than ever. The Globe, J. L. Frohman &. Co., Telephone No. 136. DANVIULE, KY. Modi-sonvll- te I 1 ff "I Mi : 9 v i The year 1309 Is with us. We begin the New Vear ll j I Determined to sell 1 I 1 I More Goods I 1 W. 11 ln ?. , i Than wo havo ever dono. To do ti'Is we must buy goods at right prices and correct styles- and fell them at small profits. This ws Intend to do. I am glad to Inform my trade that - m if .' r Rlv-peop- lo I m Harris Wearen will remain with me this year. His many friends and acquaintances will be glad to know he will We will make it to your inremain In Stanford. Come and teens terest to buy. i 1 .: 1 H, J. MeROBERTS. The Session of M This country Imported Tho tunnel of tho world placed end of champagne last year. to end Mould make &H miles. .... - 212,(111) to Havana on a visit. J. C. Lewis, one of tho clovcrcst of Hov. Moses D. logo, pastor of the comedians, assisted by a company of leading Pvcsby torlun church In Rich - merit, will present tho amusing Vankeo mond, Va., for 51 years, Is dead from drama, 'Sl Plunkard," at Walton's tho result of nn accident, aged 80. Ho Opora House, Wednesday, Jan. 18. Mr. was ono of tho most noted preachers In jLowls has surrounded himself with a the South and was the pastor of most of .good company of comedians. Tho char- rrcsucni uavis- caoinet during tbo acters of the play, especially the prln-wa- r. His bellof In tbo Justice of tbojclpal ones, are not greatly overdrawn clilms of the Lost Causo novor chnng-- , from real life, and Uiat makes tho fun od and he died as ho hod lived an unre- genuine and hearty, SI Plunkard Is For Courses pentant, unreconstructed rebel. the story of an unsuspecting, simple old Treasurer A. A Warren made fsrmor being defrauded by a clover roKrt of iho financial condi- sharper from tho city, assisted by an tion of thu Christian church Sunday. It unscrupulous Jew. Mr. J. C. Lowls showed that there were received from appears In tho character of tho tradiall sources during the yeur tl,ul0.10 tional Downeaster, SI Plunkard, whoso und that there woro disbursed t l,870,tba chief reason for being la to servo as a total liabilities, being now J.V'.l) 02.. The foil to tho conventional villain, Tho total basket collections were 8102.74. aensatlonul fenturos presented arc a full Tbo envelope contributions came from working threshing machlno, u thrilling lud members und ranged from lo to $52. railroad scene, Introducing a locomoThoro are 37.1 nume's on .tbo church tive aud a traln of curs 150 leot In rolls. length, pass across tbo stage at lightning speed, presenting all tho sensaA series of this photographs have been taken of tbo Morgan tunnel, tional effects of a train of cars. Tho county fair scene, a realistic scono at a through which tho Morgan raiders many other. catchy from tho Ohio penitentiary U5 cojnty fair, and novelties. This season tho comedy has years ago. Tho tunnel will bo kept and will bo presented open, and persons who wish to visit it been with ull new features and ull new spewill probably bo allowed to do so. cialties by" a talented company of William Hicks, of nioomtleld, Ind., making It an farce Is the biggest dog In tho country. At comedy success. ono raoul ho" ate a doion eggs, a half pound of ham, CI blsaults'and drank a UK 1'UULKl) TUB bUltOEONS. quart of coffee. He won 910 by perAll doctors told Kcnlckllnuilltou, of West U after sutfuilng li mouths from forming the. feat, but liked to havo JelTer-oHvctal VUtuJa, bo would dlo unless u costly died afterwards. Prof. McCIure, who assisted Preach- operation wu performed! but he cured himU10 er Doyle In producing an abortion on self with suresthows of lluckleu's Arnica I'llo cure 011 Kurlh, and Salve, the H ruder, of Hart county, afMiss Lydla thu bostsulvu luths World. SI ceut a box. ter the latter had ruined her, wus giv- Sold by Penny, Druggist. en a life sootonoe at Muufordsvllle. Gregory It now on trial. MUs Katlo Rlohtcr, a Qulocy, HI , A Van Wert, O,, man tied a 00 pound beauty, who ruined her gums by a too weight to bit feet, before jumping Into early use of false tooth, rendering her a well, with (he rope attached to tho unablo to uto the latter, committed suiwindlass tied around hie neck, He died cide over the fact. s .11 too quickly to kick. COCUIIKI) '.'3 VtUUi. Col. Jullson San Martin, who fled I suffered !J 5 ear with a cough, aud from Ponce, Porto Rico, on the ap- spent huudreds ot dollurs with doctors uud American forces, baa for medicine to uo avail uutll I used Dr. proach of the Til's remedy Hell's cases beon sentenced to prison for life for his makes weak lung strong. It his saved uiy , I abus-lncst-lt- After The Christmas Holidays Will be resumed on MONDAY, JAN., 2, 1S93. of Study, Torms of AdmNslon. , send for Catalogue or call at the College on MUS. NANNIE S. 8AUFLKY. Lady Principal, Stnnfotd Ky. Stanford Female College. WILLIAM S HELTON, PRESIDENT. -- I1E3T LINK OI'. L apRobes, Horse Blankets, ' Storm Aprons, -- k In the city. Remember our line of Hand Made Harness. com-cdla- ate B. K. WEAKEN A SON. u, At greatly ltcdured piices. Cosl Buckets and HEATING STOVE& AT COST IBBAZLEY & CARTER?.' i cowardice. life. J. U. Ucxrll.HruuUburg, 111. 4 Tin: Now York Herald sent tolo-graph- ic THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky.. - Jan io, 1899 - W. P. WALTON,- I i; ,"! Tint republican plan aocms C.J. Wootdrldj;r,WoTtham,Te.,wrltel Of oil the trlls ttial stuck cMMrtn lot tho Stuto election go by default, "One ol my children had croup. On scarcely nr other la more ilicmltO than croup, ll o Olirn cumm in uic iiikiii nlcht I waa .tattled by the chlld'a hard It Is not written, that ro satlaflcd that la to breathing, and on going to It found It The danger la o (treat. The cllmaa nubllcana can aaata bo elected to All Co! lego. andden. It la no wonder that Mta. W. J. trangllng. Ithadneartyceaiedtobreathe. a man of hlmsolf. part of bottle of !ir. Ayer'a Illckaon ( better known under her ' en Hating tho offices at, Frankfort, and to conccn dispatch says lhat Messrs. Sauls-bur- y Cnpt. Noel Galnos, who wa on d"ty A iun.nl "Blanfonl Ittrlrlh.") calUlt Ihr Cherry Pectoral In the houae, I gate the terror of mothera." Nor la ll any wonder child three doaea, at ahorl Interval!, and on carrying tho Leg m provost marshal at f'oliiinlnis. On . trato their effort and Ford havo bought tho that ahe wrllca In term) ol Itale and andotitly walled teaulli. I'rom the mo. gratitude lor tht rrllcl which ahe haa men! the Teetotal waa glren the chlld'a Islaturo. It will namo a successor to Htrald plant and leased It to has been nrdcnvl to Hovxna to bo assisFound both Irom her own analellea, and breathing grew eailer, and In abort time tant provost marshal there. Senator Lindsay and tho republicans tho CunnbghamTJlntlng Co. and they . Attack, (or her children'. Mtmenta, in Dr. J C it waa aleeplng itilelly and breathing nat. tho pooper, wot horowhl-lie- d Ayer'a Cherry l'ectotal. nrally The child ll allre and well bxtay, napping In hopo to catch tho democrats will combine It with the Record and by srtinc wonmn at Flint, Mich !! and I do not heallate to aay that Ayti'a "Memory does not recall the lime when theriy Pectoral aaved Ita life." C. J. publish a democratic paper. the rural district and aocuro a majorihad pei'pod Into tholr room and olrcii-aloI)r Ayer'a Cherry Teetotal waanotne.1 in WooLtiBlDOE, Wotthatu, Tea. slanderous stories about thorn. our (amity, lor throat and lunff Irmihlea. ty, but again they will doubtless eo Tbo bill to grant to oMcors and men Theae ilatementa oiaVe argument In That tenor ol mothera the lartlmu Tho court of nnix'nl decide that thp of tho volunteer army upon their mustheir fondest hope decay. Of tho icy now. croupy congh nerer alarmed me o lona fawir ol thl remedy unnecenary. It la I t hadabollleof Ayera Cherry Pectoral a family medicine that no home ahnuld be hold-ovsenators. 10 out of 19. aro ter out two moaths' oxtra pay if they habl'ual criminal net constitutional. In the home to auppleinent the hot wL r. without. It la mt aa efflcacloua In I. ton. TilROwcnsboro Mcsscngor declares havo scrvoi beyond tho lltnlta of tbo that is a man ort a third conviction can whllo tho other three aro democrats, bath. When aulterlnir with whooping chltla, aillima, whooping cough, and all bo sent to the penitentiary for life. against anybody and anything connect United cough. In lla wont form, and articulation other varlctlea of coughi, ai It la tncroop. two republicans and one populist. To States and ono month's extra It within everyone'a ol ImnoMlble on ed with tho political dynasty that pay it tboy havo only served within Col. Chnrlrs F. Slinonds, formerly waa children wouldaccount and the choklnc, To putCherry Pectoral la now reach. Dr. put up In ray point aotlculalc Ayer'a control tho next Senate, tho democrats proprietor of tho Phtrnlx Hotel, at hall tulee o ccnti. toward the bottle lor eipcrlcnrc had k.ir .1... Im.hI. a. for .'SO years nnd con. Pend lor Ayer'a Curebook (dee) and read Ujo United States passed Lexington, died in Norwich, Conn. Ho to olcctfoUr more mem- nourished at Frankfort will only havo tho HmUa of tauihl them that Irelief waa In lla by regarding public olllco as a private Dickhis ("Alaolord of olher enrea ellected br lit, Ayer'a tenia." Mra. W. still owns n large Interest In tho hotel bers and as 10 of tho 10 dlstrkl to tho House. Kveleth"). author ol "Romance ol the Cherry Perioral. Addrcia the J. C Aycr snap ran them so riotously that it was Co.. Lowell, Maia. ProTlneea." Truro. N. 8. cbooso senators aro now represented by A Washington dispatch says: Senator upbuilding of the Doboo democrats, thero Is hardly a doubt that responsible for the HON. Hf. P. NORTH today presented Judgo Horclng and tho wlplng-o- ut of thev can bo secured. In foot tho dom- - republican party to tbo president. ?.lr. McKlnloy'con- - III Ulna ll lllf f .' lU'VKAIIIMI (f Iteprtwntntlve from tho county onco splendid democratic majority the oltlco rw.rnta urn cnrtaln Of carrying tho 10, tho gratulatcd him on his election, and It of Lincoln,of antijoct to tho action of tho de many words, but say so in so Is supposed very .warmly, for tho presimocracy. districts they now havo and expect to It doesn't is tho Inky dink by gain a senator each from tho Uin, linn, Gen. Hardin given rays hardly bo classed among tho implication, when it that tho old dent can who arc shedding tears over 31st, 33th and 37th districts. In tho number NOTICE TO FflBMERS. timers must go to tho rear and a ticket Col. Colsoo's House, It is figured that thero will bo retirement. of new men with records of success I havo on hand nnd for sale at least 65 democrats and possibly 80. named, which will go Into wlo, not to Our amiable brother of tho Anderson Will I!eKln tho New Year Willi a demoGocbel election law will bo made Nows mildly suggests that tho Tho FORTVBROKE StVI.ES. repeat tho lnano und spiritless cam an Issue, but It Is not likely that Its crats should repeal tho election law to Wilt nil from ono to a paign of 1805. discussion will do tho republicans any as to avoid a row with tho republicans. Aluo good'. That was tried very ruliy m tnoj jcdqkI. A. Si'aldinq, of Union How would it do "Birdie," just to nom- LIVZBT, FZSD Al.'D SALS STABLZ. demo- - county, Is nn anarchist puro and simple, inate the same candidate as tho repub 3rd appellate district, ard tho (89) II. D POX, IIOIS3I, imntltle. Kv crats answerea oy returning a uuiuu tnough no claims to do a democrat, licans and then wo aro suro not to bnro noy differences with them. Sbclby-vlll- o THE YOl'XO CIIAUAOTr.lt COMEIUAN", crat by a mojorlty of 2,792. Tho rc- - je rued th0 other day that unless leans aro literally torn Into n fraz- - fnqucnt havo property Sentinel. C. LEAtflS. factions, whllo the democrats, aro ceodlng $250 no ealo can bo made to In responso to tho often repeated A January Clearance Sa c at tho Uiulirille Store torani a grcnl ileal Io inirrlinrcra AND HIS getting; togother and will doabtless collect any kind of tax, that where statement that tho silver Issuo Is dead. and there l a rcaion why ihla adou tl lin Shrcwil bnycra ate alva)a ijuiclc to a unlto to raako tho victory next fall a property Is mortgaged tho sheriff must and buried, Mr. Bryan says: You can't C0MLDY COMPANY predate audi vluc aa wo oflrr ami cannot fall to ree that while .clllnc to many bid In tho amount before attaching or bury anything tho pcoplo are Interest- BIG most decisive one. rarieil Bortaof mcrchantlie when theMorin of Autumn ttade hai paned there la " taxes. Blackstono said that law was ed In, nnd you can't convince tho pcoIn the Iturnl l'arcc Comedy, bound to be many broken gkoilinent and bargain! in ctery ilrpartment. Ting ll a Wood, of the Mt. Sterling the 8UpcrIatlvo of reasonInff) but 8Uch plo that tho tssuo Is dead until it is Editor Sale wliero pricra arrlmaJn wllli but une object In view and lint la Io reduce; Mock Gazette announces that Col. Tho. J. a ieeMm m&kca , fa abjUrU1, f "" buried by more votes than wero against ' The figures wc name willuot tail io accouipli.h tltla purpose? Young will assist In the editorial man- - gupditles It In 181H3. Tho only party that ever agemementof the paper during his for anything but bhnetallsm Sam HASH, tho Manchester politi- declared canvass for railroad commissioner. As carried just ono precinct In tho United the colonel'ls not a new hand at tho cian, roust bo a haded of a fellow. He States. Walton's Opern House, bellows, the paper will doubtless main- Is hardly off with one charge of seduc ox Speaking of tion beforo ho is on with another. This' Davison, In filing n contest for tho tain its good reputation scat of Hon. G.G. Gilbert, shows tbo this paper reminds us that Its editor time bis alleged victim Is tho absolute disregard which the republi- Wednesday Eve, 18. entnn.fi into a verv elaborate defenso old daughter of Representative Davo ' can party has for honesty in clectious. man Friday, Woods, of Clay, Owsley and Jackson, Eutlroly of Judge Day, McKinley's Everybody knows that Mr. Davison New Dialogue, who we took occasion to say recently, and her father has sued hlra for $10,-w- simply relies on a partisan Congress to Xow f Ituatlotin. of by few beyond his balll- - 000 damages. Tho Louisville Times heard In askof his scat-anrob Mr. Gilbert It our aim. 1 lot of (toys Cup, regular 15c and 10c grade, 10c 1 lot of Iloyi Capa, Xow Xoreltlca. wick before tho president caught him calls him tho mountain Billy Goat, but ing them to steal this seat for him to " Scenic A Mechanlral EHocta wguIarSSc grade, 25c, Mcn'a htary Underwear, Shirts and Drawtri, Suit, tc by tho seat of his breeches and threw ( wo suggest that It alter either tho Karco Comedy. puts himself on record at being willing I'p.To-Dat- o Men'a extra hcarr altlle Marina I'nderwear, ntvertold let than Wc ortl penult, him npon a walling worm, wo aro name or tne man. It Is a rellcctlon on to get by fraud what ho could not get A Strong and Efficient Comedy Co, now C8c, Medicated lied Flannel Underwear for Mm Wc per ault, 1 lot of heavy not going to get Into a controversy over the Billy Goat. 8ho-ifby an honest expression of tho voters. Men 75c Thottrent II. It. It however, though wo still maintain 'I Machine His grounds for contest aro absolutely SEE The TrhlngFair Hccue.fctne. Tho County that Mr. Dav had whatever of greatnes s The governors, taking the cuo from without even the semblance of fairness .the president, aro inflicting long and he may have thrust upon him. I prosy messages on LOOK OUT ! tho Legislatures and and aro merely given as an excuso for Michigan's perpetrating tho most outrageous fraud. Kor "SI" and lili Country Hand Parade. a Northern soldier, people. Gov. Plngree, In the Senate, Sbelbyvlllo Sentinel. Tor tho I'unnleat Street l'arade preraeen. Senator Allen expressed the belief that freak governor, who could doubtless Fan iiutora wotlh CSc now 16c, Farclnaton wottli The only humor Mr. Cleveland has c now 25c. M Flannel grata now on aalo at Mcltob-ert- a' tho president's proposition to decorate tell all ho knows in half as many words, was with tho ''pre- rt7IfM!rved bkuu worth 75c now 50c. Ladies' wool IIiHcflftc. If yon7 In necdof" Cape or and Senator But- - sent out a message 25,000 words long, over been guilty of Drug Store. Confederate graves Cloak now is tbo time to buy them while they are jrolnc at half price. Thu remnant vailing epidemic of Imperialism and lcr's bill to pension Johnny Rebs, wero ' Gov. Holcorabe, of Nebraska, wat, counter Is utiturpaaocd for bargains. expansion," as ho calls It. FINANCIAL STANDING Ol intended Rerlously, and It was high equally as windy, while the governors territorial not Ideas may Missouri nna Indiana also strove to He says his time to close the Incident. Tho semi-,e how much space they could use to bo antiquated and unsulted to tbo pro. Of official confirmation of our diagnosis of grcsslvo age, but bo can give a simple the case eo far as the president's Is con- - 8ay very little. m management of the remedy for the cerned, only fjoes to prove that wo can j ,N hu proclomaUon to To tho City Council of Stanford: Dress and Aron Oingliami, Grey. Illuo and Hed Flannels all at low prlcea See misguided Inhabitants of tho Philipthe man McKn)ey nee as far Into millstone Bayg lhat the ,gland8aro our8 pines, that is sluughter them. Tho I. - IL lluslica, wocld aubtnit the follow-lu- g them. A large and good line of .by conquest and that since Dewey de killing of natives has been a featuro of aa ruy ri'port for the year ending Die. people who went wild over an election- - stroyed Montejo's fleet and the expansion since expansion began, nnd 31, UM, Tilt eerlng scheme wasted mu;h energy city of Manila Spanish our Imperialistic enthusiasm should not ItECEII'TSt and enthusiasm. ty had ceased there. And yet ho made be checked by tbo prospective necessi H .'$1,179 01 Caah on hand, Jan. I. I Mi Gov. McCitRAUY wants to be a com- his peaco commissioners propose to pay ty of destroying a few thousand or a Hfcched from Llcenwa 1,101 SO KO.000,000 for them. No. wonder the few hundred thousand Filipinos. missioner to the Paris Exposition and 4,W 13 At pricea that will ple.tto you. Overcoats for Boys- - ami Men that will 111 your purso. " Txc .. .. Tme, bank This Is going to be a lively year In Congressmen Pugh and Settle wero to heathens aro suspicious of a country 4,00100 ikii liunkels and Comforts that will please ydti and prices suit you. Come and see State politics. Tbo lollowlng are a). " " Fine seo tho president Saturday to urgo his who has Buch a man at Its head. t3 00 for your.elf and be convinced. We are the cheapest Stote In Stanford. ready announced as candidates and the ' Uiier Houe appointment, which will bo made If tho Judge Tarvia gave a big dinner at convention Is fully six months off. Sill " Dlrldcnda 116 40 president is possessed of the anagoslty Covington In honor of Wm. Jennings For Governor William Goebel, of Kenton: P. W. Hardin, of Mercer, nod and general understanding of the sit- Bryan, and the counclloion who sued 112,373 10 uation that bo Is credtted with. He him for $50,000 are asking why the W. J. Stone, of Lyon. EM'EXDITUIIESi, For Lieut. Gov. Thomas II. Hays, And a better man If he wero to couldn't money the dinner cost was cot kept to of Jefferson; William P. Thorno. of T.f I'auK;r Aid 3 00 rake tho "country with a fine tooth pay the judgments In tho damage suits Heury, and J. C. W. Bcchhara, of Nel- ruld for Care 1'rUnnera '' 78 00 comb. T,D. IUNKY, Manager, son. " " Inaurancu IS 00 For Auditor John-- B. Chonault, of " Snlarlca 1.301 Of POLITICAL POINTS. If it wero not for tho railroads, the Madison: Gus C. CoulteJ, of Graves, lf.p 00 " " liond Coupon iimncli Mores at I'arln. Carlisle. Mt. Sterlinir. Ilanlainwn. I..wr.r.i,... ru..,i.. courts generally and especially tho Jaraoi D. R. D. Collier, of Harrlsou; Juno Guylo, ana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, MliabethU)n. Frankfort. Maucktiortf Ind S.OaS 7 Yeoman, of Iowa, MJ be of Owen, and Dr. F. W. Phillips, of " " Water and Light .l .1,1 !,.... ..- II, ,1a' I. I7 IJ " ' Street Work ntcrstato commerce commissioner, has Clay. . tnn-nMnro than half of the cases an- 0 60 " " Toll and Tax Hooka... t.... ' ueen nominated By the president. For Attorney General Jas. A. Seott, ,. parently, before tho latter court affect, 4I 7S " ' Extra I'ollce ! of Franklin; It F. Peak, of Oldbara, ?.d L?' railroads, judging by tho dally reports. , IB 00 " Suicrrllng and W. M. Smith, of Louisville. uuu "' v"' "' " .. ., Vaccination For Secretary of Stato Green It. 5a 00 Judge Mike Sautley used to say that others who ,' army comma Kollar, of Nicholas, and C. B. IIl'l, of 17 60 Hore Drainage., thero werxj two sorts of defendants who slons, vacant. Clark. " Lumber and Mil. Accounta 03 76 never get justice railroads and Ne- - After three days Wilbur R. Hagar, of For Treasurer balloting tho 4,20 62 groes. Boyd; R. O. Ford, of Bell, and Gus W. IlulanceCahb on bund democratic caucus nominated Richardson, or Mcado. JI2.S73 10 The peace treaty adopted In Paris M,s Jennie Landerdale, of Dyeraburg, ForSupt. Public instruction John CHILLEDASSKTii T. Gaines, of Louisville: G. W.'Hlck-matakes only about two columns of nonpa- - 'or librarian. of McLean, and John M. Moore, 1804 Tax In Litigation soo Deadlock in Delaware Houso of Rop. rlel for Its publication, but accompany-- 1 of Ballard. 415 0 :i " tkOi " " ing it is a mass of correspondence raak- - rosentatlve was broken by the oleo-Jn- g M7 OS ISO ' .,,.'. volume of 675 pages. Tho tlon of. Theodore Clark, a printed BRIEF HEWS NOTATION, 143 f)8 " JS07 " . treaty contains nothing that the news- -' republican, for speaker. 130 11, 18M Dellniiuciit Taxes...., Though ho openly declared himself Warren county' 8140,000 4 per cent 1807 papers havo not heretofore published, " ...., " 10 61 In a concise opno"' to the policy of expansion, Sen-an- d bonds brought a premium of $8,400. and Boeocs to be prepared CS0 36 due from '00 collector Kdwurd 1 McGmtb.Jdeputy warden llalanco Halo w unanimously ronoralna- lator statesmanlike manner. 015 87 07 of tho Frunksort prison, tllud bunduy ted by the republicans of Malno. .,.., y:i S7 " 'i8 of Drlght's dlseasu. l.SCO 00 The Woodlord Sun was born 30 years The Houso In committee of tbo Wm. Canlda, a Cincinnati fiend, I'iro 'lepartnirnt 1,000 00 ago, but neither of the Bowman broth-- , whole, on Walter Evans' motion, struck, throw coal oil on bU mistress, Ida Interest In Opera Home 3,400 00 ers, who havo conducted it so ably out tbo appropriation for the civil Price, and set bcr aflro, burning bcr to Turnpike Stock ... 4'.'3 00 City Hull Ilulldlug death. tho death of their father, who vlco commission by a vote of G7 to 01. ..... i.tOS ft Stella Helton, a 10 year old t'lrl at Caah on hand i bought it In 1882, was present at tbo I Tho Arkansas Confederates got Wushloifton, Ind., For Pa!o by Their honored father grcssman Berry to toll tho law makers prison for atealln); a was sentenced to wedding7 woman' 911,037 !!3 " trained them In tho business tho way that they aro not mendicants and need dress. , LIAIIILITir-no ponnlon luws passod for tholr tboy should go and thoy have nevor de Two ulrls. who escaped . from tbo Warrants Uu.Utundlng I lid 10 tit. ' school of ruforin purled from It. lit Louisville, wero 2,000 00 John U. White made a bluff of liav- - captured in mule uttlro at HowllnL' llonds Duo Stanford Water, Light k loo MfiYiWiWWiYiYiVrViYii WiYiYiYAYAYAViYiYiYh TilK Lebanon EnterprUa announces lag District Attorney Hill Indicted for Green. yMMtmtoi Co, for six months rent , 1.450 00 At tbo Now York port 13,000,000 Net unit, over und above liabilities .10, 171 00 that tbo firm will hereafter be.MattlDg.,i Illegally clvliiir HoreloL' tbo cortlUcato rs2 Js-- . w m 01 was received In 15 ma v ly it Nesbltt, Editor and I'ublUbor of nomination, but bothrowdown with- worth of diamond -1808, double tho vuluo of thoso received rn a S It m R Ufi Sfl i Thomas W. Mattlngly having tukon ' out even being called. 8ll.il.i7 in 1807. -- ' muna-f;e- r After u lively dubalo Mr. Hour At Eagle City, Alaska,. a saloon keep. Itrspectfully Hubmftttd, Mr. R. L. Nesbltt, bis usslstant . S 5 - - , UJ isrvw:-ra uir. f . -L. II. Iliuuis, Clerk. Into I nil partnership, and promise pushed through tho Senato u resolution ' or, who wus the leader of u gang ol " mirsfLr- - 2 requesting tho presldont to communi- toughs, wus lynched by a vigilance to bo more enterprising than ever. .. (j'lla'ar - -- n cate to the body the Instructions ho gave I committee. A. 8. PKICJK, The Insurgent at Hollo threaten to 'TlIK Corbln News Is now edited by tho purls peace commissioner. i-give MoKtnloy ulmost b much trouble Surgeon K. Noaks, with J. It. Owons as business Gov. Smith, of Vermont, ha tender- fit. thu Hmlnlali 'I'lii.v luivii ,lr.iiptiifl bz ? 53 ;: Dentist, la" manager. U marts with tbo new year ed the seat in the Satiate made vacant the principal buildings of tbo city with cos-- a Is " 2. sucby tha death of Mr. Morrill, toU.F. kerosene, uud declare that ut thu tlrsi Stanford, Ky, full of vim und determination to fllrf E S d si Mrrd of Mootpoller, who boems to bo shot of bambardment tho ceed in making it thu leading paper of usod and the business section of OfflMeitJ McltoUrti'Drue 8 tort In ItatROwiUv mwNfWftMtmffi will bo WffffNffftWWfWfff iwmw.VHVi sort of a private discovery of his. tbo mountains. llttliaflg. place destroyed. thu U ro A er in-- " 1 bo to inquiries to tho democratic National committeemen of nil tho States as to tho cholco of tho pcoplo for president In 1000. Kveryono of tho 28 lhatnnswered said Bryan, Including Mr. Urey Woodson, Kentucky's representative. It Is wonderful Indeed how close tho Nobraskan continues to bo to tho heart of tho averago domocrni and what on ovation Is accorded him every- whoro. Lnst week In Cincinnati and In Chicago, his reception was but a repetition even on n larger scale of Uioso overy whoro given him. A keynote from his Cincinnati speech was: Tho dem ocratic party stood for tho money of tho constitution In ISO!); it elands for tho government of tho constitution now. It opposed an Kngllsh financial policy In 1S9C; ttopposcsan Kngllsh colonial pol- The Hon. John Felnnd, 8r., of Thomas P. Cain, of Springfield, It died after an Illness of but a dpnd, nged 73. week. After trying llcenso for six years, Senator Mason has offered a resolu Now Castlo went dry Saturday 611 to 40, Reports from insurnnco companies tion declaring against tho nssertlon of sovereignty by tho United States over snow that tho tiro losses lor 1SU3 in tho United States and Canada aro over any pcoplo without tho consent of tho $110,000,000. pcoplo themselves Frank Hawthorno l In lall at Do A son of Justice Ilnrlon of the su- bunue, la., charged with attempting to premo court, Is to bo appointed U S. cremnto his father, In order to get his Judge of tho Northern district of Illi Urn Insurance Robert Wnirner. a D.inrllle. Ill . nois. Tho alder Harlan Is a native of brute, killed liln brother when tho lat Boylo county und n graduate ol Centro ter plend with him to toform nnd msko o, "THAT TERROR of MOTHERS." How it was overcome by a Nova Scotian mother Who is well known as an author. f k J. The Louisville Store car-loa- d. ( do-pu- bl ex-zle- J. Bargain Sale. , ' "SI PLUNKflRD," dan. Absolute Clearance of Winter Goods or :s: Ladies' Goods ! on 0' City I- Stanford. Dress Goods, All Kinds and Prices ,F,. -" ,,',, riT.O'TPTrTTVTf AHPfAtj f.'m:iJ l The Louisville Store. BUY THE J """', "U? ,'cr Ten-ness- n. -- s, , AndJYou Will Make No Mistake. Oliver Plow -- scr-sin- ce The Best In The World. HIGQINS & McKINNEY. Si - : J it go "' fP? '. ri.j 13 ilJS iw i: CO frs;cr: ssw aai ri tiro-bran- if ?! i'S ISKI m iS:z PICA a it it J'J, ..as t lfrt .aasaysa.,!,. ..yr , . J Slnst , imwHaniMll nln 1 wn i r t H. W THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i. music. Stanford, Kv., - Jan. io, 1899 t MiOf Wju.toh, Ihwimwa Manaokii, prescription, but unlet It Is proporly tilled, jou can't reasonably oxpeet good result. It In always nccurutoiy prepared mid ol the vary tost malcrl hIo ut I'onnv'n Druir Store. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Toon doctor give you tho rlptit HoitN, to tho who of C. C. Covor, a girl. Mil. W. H. McKin'NI'.Y and wlfo are Foil Sam:. Nlco Marvin safe. Cost sell for $75. I. P. Shelby, Junction City. COAI. of all crudes constantly on hnnil . at J. II. Haughmun ti Co'. SOU) IHH STAIILK. I. F. Sholby, Stop and think, Ntiil It you have not thu Junction City liveryman, has sold S, TU!, V.I10 will continue paid your account nt licazloy llro., out to tho business at Mr. Shelby's old ttatid. call ut on co ami icttlo. It tnkos 1207,121.8 to pay tho publ Io IIochk with six rooms, nkltcban and school teacher a biiscnicnt, on Main Street, for rent, Sitpt. Singleton draw for January. ha rocclvcd thn part Applr to W. I. Wnlton. , diia Lincoln county teacher and wlH Kim per cent, cut in Quocnswaro 11 dlsburso tioxt Saturday. long a It lasts and Healing Stores nt Tub store of Sparks, Mulllns & Coat. Warren & Shanks. Sparks at Livingston, was broken open W. C. OmiRNINO has rented tho Al- again lust week and somo money, shoes, len livery stable atHuslonvllleundwIll CiOthing, razors and knives stolen. Thu put In a lot of now buggies, horses, Ac. loss Is considerably over 4100. $125; will I , 1 Lost. On Somerset plko, a roll of Lcavo at thl ollloo. TUB Guest placo at Crnb Orchard was not eold yesterday, tho defendant having mado n satisfactory settlement. a I have Opened in the Room Next to Withers' Furniture' Store A Splendid Lino of 3 sleet followed by now Clear and cold Saturday nnd aiid oluiiily with rain yesterday, tells tho talo of tho wcathor since last lssuo. Italn Is also predicted for Tuesday and warmer. HEAVY COMMlSHIONKH'fl BALES Carriages, Buggies, Surreys, PHaetons, Buckbonrds, Cnrts, Wagons, Prices. An In- Hon. both sick. Mus. F. Louisville. Tlir.SlnnfordtfcKliigsvllloTelcphono declared' u 10 per cent, dividend V. Ciiask left yesterduy for yesterday and cirrlo'J a small amount surplus fund Mimt W,. II. DiM.io.v, of Livingston, to thu Is visiting her mother here. JOHN It Hiiookh resigned as police J. V. JIOCKK.lt cashier of the Huston Jiidgu of Crab Orchard ntid John Ed- vlllu National, wn hero yesterday. inlston was eleclcil In his stead by the Mihb Mattii: Mattinoi.Y returned trustees' Saturdny night. . Friday from a visit 10 friends nt 'Cor-biIN ori'erto closo up the business of Farrls t Hardin, wu odor for sale f MltH. JaMKHO. OIU88OM, of Columof tho St. Asaph Hotel and all tho Is visiting her parents, Mr. and bia, furniture. Farrls fc Hardin. J. C. Morton. , Mihhi-- s Mawjaiikt H. LYNN and Mihh Sackay, has chargo of ray phoLinda Tucker wont to Danvlllo Friday tograph gallery now and any patronage to visit friends. you give her will bo appreciated both Mus. Mu.uiu.n Ur.A.r.r.Y, of Lan by her and myself. A. J. Karp. caster, Is with her son, K. II. Ilcazley, Faiim rou Balk. Squire and Mrs at the Mycr House. .MltH. S. M. AUXN returned to Mil-- J L. II. Adams will sell their fine farm of lcrsburg Saturday 00 accountof tho Ill- 150 acres of blue grass land nt Huston-villnt public auction, Jan. 21. ness (jf her husband. LiTTLK Ki.iZAiii.TH, daughter of Mr. Tub supervisors complc'd their and Mrs. M. S. Baughman, Is thrcaleu work Friday, after raising tbo assessrd with pneumonia. ment of tho county $105,000. They will bo Miss Josr.HiiNK Itr.it), of Danville, in sestlon next Thurday and Friday to who was the guest of Mrs. Kato Miller, hear why thu proporly raised should has been quite sick. not remain so. MitB. K. 1. Woods went 10 Danville of bcr yesterday to attend tho bedside MONEY to lU'KN- - According to tbo llnanulal matcmont of tho town, pubsick sister, Mrs. Annie Kngleman. lus. Klizaiiktii IliaoiNB, Mrs. lished In this Issue, Stanford has money Martha Paxton and Miss Mary Pen- to burn, but unfortunately Mime of the nington aro sick In the amo bouso of aets are so largly padded that they Rrtp. will not deceit o even tho uuwary. Miss S.m.lik Dl'dukkah, of StanTilK following will likely bo appointford, Is tho pleasant guest of Mr. and urallle ed: Drs, K. Kvans nnd 11. M. Omntfor Mrs. J. W. MuWhortor. tho Lancaster iwnnlon board and for Sun. A IMLTUKK of Miss Bessie Hallow postmaster Taylor Scott at Uuonu Hurnside, of Garranl, ono of tho Iwuu-tie- s Vista, Garrard county; Leo Itlley at of Control Kentucky, apjKjarcd In Uostonia, Mercer, and Mosc CotTcy at McKlnncy. Saturday's Courier Journal. Is vlslt- Miss Nannik VanDkvkku Uankkvit. Millard K. Allon. of lnir Mrs. C. 1. Hull, nco Glascock, In HustonvHIe, l.the flrstnnd only man Lawrcnooburir and she will entertain In this county far to tuko tho bank In her honor Friday evening. rupt law. J. H. Puxton Is his attorney Miss Alma Lackky will entertain and bo tells us that bis liabilities aro Tuesday evening, Jan. 10th, compli- staled at 31,253.1:1 and bis aot at mentary to Miss Kmma Owsloy, her mostly accounts that are very oharmlng Kentucky guest. Gallatin, doubtful. Co. .,,. n. m oni-hal- ... o, Warren mado the following sales yesterday: 127 J acres of land on Duck Creek, belonging to John V. Wheeler, to r. l). Oooch for $125; I'. W. Green's distillery, mfll nnd house, &c , to Hecchor Smith, of Somerset, for $142.- 77. In tho case of King vs. King, 7 share of Loulsvlllo IJanklng Co'. ONK of tho largest npplo trees In the stock, to W. V. Hill nt $75, nnd thn Collcgo Campus, which for .10 ycurs or Huston placo of 40 acres near McKin-- . more has dono duty for shade as well ney to Sam Huston for $2,000.10. as furnish tho girls with tho A doublo headapples, was split In twain by er Fatal Collision. a local mixed train freight train and tho sleet nt b rlduy and had to be cut collided on tho Knoxvlllo division of nway. tho Southern road Sunday a. M , killIlocic Sam:. 11. K. Wearen Son ing Engineer Maxcy, tho oldest en have sold to tho town of Stanford 50 gineer on tho road, a fireman and two rods of broken rock with the privilege brakomon, all of whom were either of 100 rods, at 61 25. Tbo rock will bo burned to death or buried In thu debris. gotten off of Frnnk McKlnnoy's farm Tho dead engineer misread orders. All Tho property loss is $100,000. nnd a Danvlllo man will crush it. through train on thl division of tho TitnHoviorCoalCo., conslstlngof It. L AN were greatly delayed, yester S Lytlo, Gcorgo Given, J. W. Uastln, day's morning paxsengcr being six or Gcorgo Uurton, and Dr. Jackson seven hours late. Incorporated yesterday with a HON. m. !'. JNOUTH. woo maJo a capital ot $25,000. Tho mines are located In Muhlunbcrir county and as tho most excellent reprcscnta'ive, anVeins run from 5:2 to 5:0 in thickness nounces In this lssuo his candidacy for subject of courso, to tho thu iiicororalors think they have a action ut the democoacy, of which he is gold mine. an unfaltering disciplo. Ho hasn't taken Land Sales. Kinmctt McCormock this step except nttor maturely considbus sold Wi Gcorgo W. HI (To his farm, ering tbo many appeal he has had the Muj. Jones place, of 250 acres, near from leading democrats to mako tbo Mt. Salem, for $5,000 and bought of Mr. raco and the situation generally, and KIlTo his farm of 200 acres, lying on tho be does so now with confidence that If Hustonvillo fc Liberty pike, at $10. Mr. ha is given tho nomination bo will lead McCurraack also bought of V. R. Wil tho party to victory. Mr. North mado liams his house nnd lot In Uustonvltlo tine record during tho last session ot for $1,000 and will movo to it. the Legislature and is bettor prepared THE wlfo of James Tall, who was in than before to servo tho p'oplu intellidicted for breaking into Gcorgo San- -i gently and acceptably. dusky' shop and taking bis trunk, was LAND AND STOCK. arrested at Somerset Friday and G. A. Swlncbroad bought of J. M. brought hero to jail to nwilt circuit court. While Tall was in tho peniten- Cress 45 sbcat at 21c. Allot ton, 2:01)1, will mako tho season tiary his wlfo forgot her pledges to ber nusuanunnu ntier getting into a num of 19'J In Kentucky at $100. Loulsvlllo will huvo a outlaw track ber of scrapes, capped tho climax by on which racing will begin about Feb. committing burglary. ncccs-sary'grcGlv-ensw- as 11 it C. And Farming Implements which will be sold at the Lowost Living spection of my stuck Is earnestly solicited. Agt. McCormack Binders & Brown Wagons Give mo a call and get my prices. W. A. )ffim$m$a$mm'm&m -- CARSON. STANFORD. FOH- The Last Time 1 We cal' your attention to the extremely low prices on Cloaks, Overcoats And Blankets. Wo want to wind up the season without carrying any of above goods over. Therefore, wo mako thefe telling prices: $15 Jackets at $7.50, $10 Jackets at 15. J5 Jsckels at $2.60. 25 er cent, icductlon en all Overcoats and Ulankets. This Is a money loosing sale to us bat we must Imvo the room these goods occupy for goods already purchased. SEVERANCE & SONS. NEW YEftR GREETiNG ! At Ridiculously Low Prices. After a long illness, E. P. Woods bought of Hall Ander Mrs. Halite VanArsdalo passed away son 20 strictly nlco hogs at Wo gratefully exprexs to our customers and friends our full appreciation of thcli yesterday morning at the homo ot her 3c. duughtcr, Mrs. Fannlo Greet., aged 73. Grcenbcrry Drlgnt bought of J. A. favors during the year just closed and shall strive by all honorable means to merit Sbo was a sister of John S. Hughes and and Fred Ycager 30 yearling steer at a continuanco of their confidence and patronage. We offer many goods this week wa twlco married; first to Mr. Freder- 4c. ic!, by whom she had two children, now Miss Agan, sister ot Frank Agan, Mr. Green and Mr. Mary Johnson. 2:031, will be bred to Star Pointer, Ten n., Now. Later in life, sho married Mr. Harney 1:59. WHEN Elder Joseph Hallou was 10 Mil. A. J. EaiU1 was to have left for VanArsdalo, who died several years OIHcIal report show tba 000,000 hogs Winchester this morning to take years old ho sot out at his homo near ago. A member of tho Methodist died In Indiaua from cholera, valued at Mrs. Earp llurnslda a locust tree, which ho meas- church, she was an charge of his caller V there. Just to clean up the stock and make ready for our Spring lines. Beautiful yard earnest christian $5,000,000. and tho children will remain hero for ured on a recent visit to tho old place. and an excellent woman. Tbo burial Two car loads good, fat mules, threo wide Percales to close at 5c per yard A few pieces of Gingham to close at 3c yard. At 2 feet from tho grourd it was 132) will occur from Mrs. the present Green's this after- thl spring, for sale by Dr. J. B. Ows- Prints 8c yard Heavy yard wide Drown Cotton 3Jc yard. II you can find your Lula Inches In circumference It Is a black noon at 2:30 ater a short scrvlco MlHSES IlALt.li: r.UMlSTO.V, slzo in our Broken at tho ley, Stanford. Is in 11 most, healthy condition McClure, LUile Ilcazley and Margaret locust. bouse. Kd ft. Rowland bought for Cogar & l'lcasants, of Crab Orchard, spent sev- and promises to bo a "buster." HUitRAH FOIt DICK. Ono year ago Davis 500 barrel of corn at Brasstlcld eral days with Mis Mary I). Carter, COUNTY COtTltT.-lt- ov. J. L. Owens J ml go It. G. Williams took thu oath ot at $1.50. Richmond Register. near McCormaek. executed tbo bond, necessary to per- otllco as county judge ot Hockcastlo, J. C. Johnson bought of Farrls ,t The prices wl 1 certainly pleise you. A man's good Boot for $1.15. Our pattern E. S. SroONAMOitK, latoof this coun- form marriage liats leu in me .Millinery Department now go at nail price. ceremonies. TlTo will say thu Signal. Ills administration Whitley 200 fat bogs at 3c. Corn is change the uddrcss of ty, writes us to of Goorgo C. Abraham's was probated. selling at $1.50 delivered. Advocate. his paper from Pilot l'olnt, Denton It gives his property to bis two sisters has proved that tho people tnadu no Corn at tho crib sold at $1.70 per barmistake when they cast tholr vole for county Texas, to Sherman, Orason und bis brother, W. F. Abraham. T. S. him. During rel In Bourbon and in the shock at tho past year ho has county, same Slate. Itcynolds qualified ns deputy sherltT. turned over to tho county $700, being $1 40. Cotswold cheep brought $5 00. Mil. llKNUV LaMMKKS has rented F." K Tribblo sold to Erabry Beazley Crll Smith was grunted licenso to sell a much or more, than some judges huvo proorty In Hlchmond und will move liquor by the quart at his distillery on hog at 3o and to city. The over In u full term. (II ruling a bunch of turned his excellent family to that Green Hlver. ut from tho bench are fair and just; la E. P. Woods a lot ot young people especially will bo mighty quick In grasping point of law nnd 2 00. sorry to bavo Miss Eva leave. P n:mij)-- A dispatch from Colurabu to James W. thereon. Under his MesserW. Hays ha on rented Hustonvitle W. J. Huown, Esq., who recently Ga., say that Henry Denton, ot Com giving decision tho hi place weut to Somerset from Rockcastlo pany M, 3rd Kentucky, nnd a resident wlso management our county affairs are pike for $200. Mr. Meeeer has alto -- ATcounty, has formed a iwrtoershlp with ot Junction City, was shot and killed being brought out of tbo rut into a rented tho Paxton placo for thl year. Mr. K. T. Wesloy at Pulaski's capital. while acting iu provost guard. The more tangible shape. Tho Ellzabeihtown New reports sale of 40 cattle for February delivery, 1.300 Hoth are promising young men and identity of hi murderer is in doubt, One IIahkoom Less. At a regular pounds, at 41 and two cur of 1,350- In but Denton' last word were: "Lambert succeed handsomely will doubtless meeting of the olty council, tho appli- pound cotllo to Indlanupoll parties at killed mo Lambert, of Company E." cation of V. II. their chosen profession. Hall and W. H. Tray 4!c. MR. G- - B. MoNTiiOMKUY, of CincinLambert could not bo found and he lor for liquor license The dissolution of Lvon ,V Allen was wore granted. by mutual agreement. I will continue The latest designs in Toilet Article. Atomizers, Mirrors, nati, has succeeded W. H. Wearen as would huvo been lynched If ho had Mr. Truy lor' application wa for tho to handle cattle, bog, etc. und pay the manager of tho Hlue Grass Grocery. been. saloon at tho Carpenter House. It Is highest market price. U. U. Alien, Mr. Montgomery is traveling auditor THE Plnuvllle Courier 6uy that Un understood that tbo ono ho run ut tho McKinney. company. Mr. Wcarcn lias for too G. tc C P. Cooll's Gatnbetta Wllke derwood Bro., of Lincoln, aro think-- . Myers House will close at tho ond ot gono to clerking for Beailey & Carter, performers. Ot 80 Ing of coming to that placo and opon-In- g his year, us Proprietor E. II. Deuzloy now ha bavostandard better than 2:20; Bo9t lineof DOLLS ever otlered for the money. 33 records during J. L. Beazley's Illness. will not rent tbo room for tbo snlo ot these In tbo 2:15 list and two bavo re u feed and supply store. Messrs, 15 are TilK Mt. Vernon Signal says that W. II. and Luther Underwood are tbo whisky. Tho council ordered matured cords hotter than 2:00, Pbll Price, a conductor on K. C, who gontlement meant, but we'll wager they bonds to bo paid oil, provided for railTho prleo of hogs has been tome wear and tear attempts to save tho plko what better tho pust week, as high don't leavo Lincoln to go anywhere. ing on tho bridga on tho 'cut-o- ff of his spectacles by looking over tho Tho lund lies to suit thm hero and and at ,nP Engine House and ordered ! top Instead of through tho glasses, bcldc,thcy are making all tho money tho bridge at tho foot of Depot street 31 medium unbroken mules, coming II. S. Dtakes tho laurels from Hev. ' two year old, to Pennsylvania parties to bo repaired or tuken away. It was they want on ttmlr farms. efault. Itockcastlo's stingiest man. Winchester Democrut. A Inter dispatch says that the mur- also ordered that thq marshal should tor $1,S"J5. u AtR. II. Bronuugh' salo ut Ciab The F.llJibothtown Nows prints derer Is Robert Hoskln, of Co. E, who see that tho crossings are kept clean. U Now In bog lino picture 0! President J. S. Grimes, Dentoti had arrested in bouso ot lit A number of accounts were allowed. Orchard Saturday 13 $2.05; milk cows sold at 31 j a few shouts Hanlc, of that city, fume. Hosklns lied and his overcoat and arrangements for metal to bo $21 to $34; six heifers at $12.05; two tof the First National who say tho business of tho bank In caught in u barb wlro fence, ho dis- spread on certain streets made. yearllpg bull at $20; jennet colt $13; On 181)3 was tho largest In Its history. jack coll $17; nuokltng mules $17. Brood carded It and this established hi IdenIMI'OUTANT AltltEST. Doputy U. S. mares sold vary low, $.10,000 eapltul tho bank earned over 10 tity. Uh Judeo J. K. Surarall shipped several Marshal W. T. Short, of Paint Lick, tier cent, gross tbo last six months. Be Sure to Attend It. M0H011EUT8. Mr. John M. Mcllob-ur- t wu here yesterdov and told of an lm- - car load of l,350.pound cuttle to tbo amount to $132 loan and discounts ., New York murkot und they netted him gavo us thu Fulton, Mo., Sun, . 330,21, hert( aflor deducting all charges 4. of last week. Tlco Sbolton, a moooshln which contains a column write-u- p Ho also sold u bunch of hogs so Ru Mr. I'resion Mcltoberts, hU cousin, cr. who ha blutTod thu IT. S. murshiiU sell, ot Danville, at 3 cents, ono ot the LOCAL HAPPENINGS. who was bora In Stanfurd Sept. 10 for veurs, wu tukeu In by him single-- ! Vorre1 VoKIMntV bought 100 fV hog Window light, putty, etc.. at Craig 1807, making him past HI. lie I de handed und bo now languishes In tho Monaayi of Mr. Wortham near town, & Hockor' Iron Fence. scribed u an excellent citizen, with Rockcustlo Jail. Tho government of-- 1 m, 3, 15. -- Harrodsburg Democrat, CvprcssShinglcs. , Cot'KT DAY.- - A good crowd attend-Deput- y Two nlco roomi over our stable for hi mind a clear a a boll uud most of fored $50 for his arrest or shooting Georgo Thompson, who, with a' cd court yesterday but business wa bis faculties well preserved. Mr. rent. Heazloy llros. l ''rushing.1' There were about 200 went to Missouri In 1821, .but posse, t. d to arrest him, so it will bo ( cuttluou tho markot. about half of HAY, millet, straw und feed of nil returned wltlrbl well seen ld for, 8. will bo mother to Kuutucky . oldi Georgo WooiUold Uttughmau ii Col. trouble. Sbolton wont for his gun ' year-olkind ut J. II. after tho death ut hi father and recatllo to W. II. Traylor, at rseven years., Ho married Mis when the marahul appeared, but tho $27. E. T. Pence sold 20 short yearling LOTO. Two nlco building mained Mill Work. HfiLUiNtl W'H-l- jMctnl Hoofing. Fannlu Wudo In 1831 und sho for near- latter was too quick for hi. and had gllW H.Brown at TT,i.i. lot, U acre In ull, for solo. See back ly 01 year wu hi devoted t. hltu covered wliU u II Colt'. HI wlfo at 'li to tfl UUU :i. W Itutuhur mull soldchanged of my residence - J, U.Owen. Not ihu leut of Mr. Mulloburt good thou tried to get a, wcupon, but another Si,,. uiied mules Suverul hand W.'lt. Lli'K, who Is in Jail hero for point I that bo I a dumocrut and not big pistol stopped ber. Mr. Short tell at any at $10 to $75. nurse wuro uuii price. during tbo 18 month ho has violating tho liquor laws, write u to lonly votes tbo party's ticket, but work us that ,, ; "" TT.. .hot Town Marshal of for It success. A brother ot tho 11011 boon In tbo government employ bo ha i ,. ay tho atult ho sold wa "Extract .. - TTT A T fTl"KT Wo do not kuow, but those ogouarluu is living ut thu ugo ot 8$, notot'cost It a cent for assistants, but itn,lch ut ldirbour vlllo wa released on ltlce of ltlce" Harrluon MouoWw, of WonUvllle, always goes by himself to do bl work, $.',00 ball. Roach' recovery I doubt- . X. '. who do, say that tho "Extract Mj. It there are no other deputies closo by. f ul. very poor urttclo of beer. VANAltSDALE. 1st. LOTS OF SHOES JOHN P. JONES. i 250-pou- irRTJTT' CRAIG & HOCKBR'S Books by Standard Authors at 15c rtVcSol SSL&Si ftUCTION ,...,,,,, .,.,,. 1 .,,',. MARK HARDIN. A.C.S1HEJ STANFORD, KT. d 1 help-mee- r YOUl SUbSCriptiOIl. W Pay that thou owest, especially WiliJiv-- 1 1 a vlj CAMP SHIP!,', ALA. THEM ERIORJOURNAL 3Pa"bUlidXviS..3rBJid.rrl.d. . (TrtTHK kmtokoC vnclXTcainit 'nravjii.) ol iS PJ5R YTCAU MWhl not IN .A.13 VA-NCiehtrg--d. sopaidaS.BO will Ig? arwtlWn TIME CMP KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. ANNISTOM, ALA., Jan. 0. Thcro hnvc boon war and thcro are yot wnn, but so far the 4th Kentucky has only participated In tlio Yesterday wo went to tho Phil wo went to Cuba Ipplnu Islands, and to morrow wo will no doubt go home. Every rumor Is tho, latest and most authentic, Anil aro of such n varied character Hint ht) Is hard to please who doea not And what ho withe for In to-d- ay s. J. omaof thorn. Seriously speaking tho chances of tho 4th Kentucky to sco active service aro rather slim, owing to No. 6 Arrrlreaat Stanford at I:(M a. m. tbo'Tact that the 1st Kentucky has been No, 4 2:10 A. M. Mi.nfbnl it Ho. 21 Arrlres it Kowltnil it 12:00 dat. In foreign service nnd tho "Jlrd Is now 2:30 r. M. No. 22 Loam Stanford it en routo to Cuba; howovor It Is barely possible thatnn agreeable or disagree KNOXVILLE DIVISION. able, as you prefer, surprlso may bo duty at by an Ho. 24 Train going North ....HZ 27 p m given us somo eajdy order for country. 41 ..... " Mo. VL " in Hollo or other seaport 1 Ti i. m ' ... oath -- . .. Mo. M Mo.2S " Wlpra The majority of enlisted ra,cn scoming- For tlllPolntt. ly prefer a two months' furlough, with EOIOII TICKHT3 BOLD. n muster out at tho end of that lime, IIAWJAIIE CHECKED TllltOUCIll. but very few would object to going Tor tar Information enquire of across tho water. Tha health of tho JOE S. RICE, Agent, regiment Is exceedingly good, and tho Stanford, Ky. men aro growing stout and whiskers. FHANKF0"RTAirD CINCINNATI. Tho troops of this camp, whtch comprise, besides' tho 4tb Kentucky, tho 2d at fi M a. v. in J S r. ., Trains lure Frankfort onnfctlng it llrorgctoirn with l). AC. and roach-I- n Infantry. (Ilegulars) and 3rd Alabama, rri it 8:40 a. m. and 8:10 p. k. y-- I'irlin colored, forming 1st Brigade, and 4th at:S0A. M and J:30r. K., connecting it with () A C. and reaching Frankfort it 11:53 Wisconsin, "d Arkansas and 3rd a. v. and 7:20 r x. forming 2d Drlgado, enjoy tho josum n. newton, a. o. r. a. most comfortable winter quarters of QUEEN & CRESCENT. any troop encamped in the South. Tho Idea adopted by tho war department, Tralni pus Junction City u follows: .12 02 pm No.2Korth.4 It p m originated with Col. David G. Col son, Ko. 1 South No. a " S4Jm commanding this regiment; tho system .lisnau "4 " 184pm No.5 " . liaiara 6 00ain .8Mpni "10 " Mo.9 " has given satisfaction and consists of a 1 and 2 do not Hop. Bind 10 run no; fur No. wooden tent or "shack," as it is comUser thin Junction City monly called, eight feet square, with tbrco tents, containing four men each, on tho ends and one side, whtlo tho other side opens out Into the company street and tho wholo looks something! like this: Itn ..-- (leory-tow- Ten-ncss- Mr J. W.Jnmcs has bctin distilling An old ndige reads! "There Is apises and hns purchased over J..VX) barrels ol for everything-.- " and for everything: to bo In Us pltco, the LOUIBVILLR DISPATCH sound corn. Miss llottle Ulgglns leaves this week should And a plsee- In the home of every URMOClUT In the BUNNY BOUTH. The to visit friends In Somerset, Dnnvlllo Dispatch It the people's paper, owned by nnd Tennessee. the people, and Is always ready to right Tho wedding bells which wqru to for the cause of the people. IT STANDS rlnp so loudly Christmas, failed to SQUAHKLY ON TUB CHICAGO without the consent of the lound. "There's many n slip," c'lo. etc. Oold Ilus; Monopolies, aid or a fair comparlife. tnd Our farmers will bn ablo to sny they ison of IJt news service (now being furExploded nt I. nit, many nished over leased wires by the New York "Now, children, I want you all to re- gathered two crops this year, as have corn still In tho shock owing to Bun, tho Chicago Inter Ocean and tho member that Jamc Watt discovered Northern Pros Association) with that of the wonderful steam engine by simply tho bad weather. any other paper, will fully verify Its tho detoi Motto, "It you tee It In tho Dispatch It's Tho hoop polo factory at walchlng tho kettle boll." "Please, ma'am, I dos't Just see how Is doing quite u largo business and Mr. jo. and It It's so It Is altvays In the DiscourNe i laic that could be." I)uko, tho manager, will glvd work to patch." ItmnylK) necessary to hnvetho aid of The Dispatch alto has '"Why not7" . stiff of over sovcral moro hands soon. 300 active correspondent! In the South, and " 'Cnuso watch pots, niter bolls." W. A. Carton sold to Mr. Shannon will r03IT!VKt.Y OUAHANTEB MOUR pure Drugs and Medicine to prevent nrooklyn Life. his bouso nnd lot hero for $100. Char-ll- o THAN DOUIILtiTIIB 80UTIIKHN NEWS running down or lo build up aii already Singleton bus laid tho foundation of any other Louisville paper. Oct the Simply Irrealttllile. gtvea tha newa and tells the dcbilltttrd system When I sea the pretty typewriter Rlrls for n neat little cottagn on his land Dispatch; It truth about II. Cnjoylns; lunch tor which they htvs bat nonr hero. Mr. V. S. Myers Is villi-In- g Our slock of proir!etary articles con. Dally, S pages; Sunday, It pages; Weektint. It It a dark mystery no longer to ms ly. S pages. relatives hero. We club with the Weekl) la'ns every remedy of meilt nnd our Why the machines so often set rattled. Thcro Is a good deal of sickness In Dispatch at the remarkably low price ot Dally News. department ia supplied with OKNTO Crab Orchard, Mrs. Kato Kgbort, Mrs, TWO DOM.AIH AND r'HTY-KIVpi.i:asi:h iinn ladyship. Jano Ilutchlnson, Mrs. Charles Itcdd, everything neconary for the accurate fillJr., Mrs. John King and baby, Mr. ing of physicians prescription. Prank Waldcn, Mr. Doocgan, Mttlo A mretlng of the stockholder of the "Goodio" Ucdd and Fish Hlnohart. lUnk of llu.tnnvllle will Iw held at the Stitl The members of thoChrlstlan church their Imnklntr Iiihimi In llntonvllle U Turadny In Jaiiuaiy. IM. between and Ii wcr most of them, very loth to give A. M.. fur the pnrpoc of electing ulna illroc-to- r to nfro the rnmilnp venr up Itev. Mnxey, who has worked un W. tlln KTJt Cashier tiringly for his congregation, nnd by good hat his earnest dcslro to.do -OR TRADE. fended only a few. Ho was ono of few ministers of tho Gospel who A meeting of theilKkholdersof tho Klrsl riJrndM firm of lllaerwln Sotitlii.t Kinut lino W.ll loralril. of Manfnnl will v held nt Mmllnfniu the lleved In telling his flock of their -tho National Flankliiiusn their lianklntf tha auMnil Tuelir In good firming eoiiritrr thickly leltIM WUI H1 row, was tilled with tho spirit and Jannnry, 1M'J. for th purjune of electing It hrT t.mi.nr lrJ f.r (inn la (Vnlrtl Km a In tl,u0 lur- Can r tl.no to llox 4. dutrrrnra Ky majority of his church regret to L'lVO directors fur the ciiulne tear Address Miolurd, trade (TS) JUII. J Mi'IKIIIKKT.x. cutliler. up his scrviee. self-innd- An I'nnrianerNlile Ararnment. "What rot, nil this talk about modern teachers being ujiderpaldl" cried e Ihe man, pompously, "When a bar I didn't go to school at I oil." "Ah. but Hint's Just the difference," responded a tencher who tmppencd to ha nreMnt! Mt'a Iwenna,. mini lllA fwii go to school now that we think our sol- nrles ought to bo roUed." Brooklyn GRAB ORCHARD, ARE YOU A DEMOCRAT t hi - PLAT-Kon.- In tiic 'j car K that StockliolficrH' Meeting. Penny's Drug Store. J3Kii!i"TisJ ir"WrnrJ FARM FOR SALE Mlr-H- irl of-t- ho Stockholders' Meeting. ,' RoVal against alum. , UP beer- - WHKN YOU HAVE A HAD COLD. StocUliolcIcrs Meeting, 1.1 NOTICE. They aro heated by SIlby stoves, which resemble a very large funnel. In verted, with a small door about center Made from pure between onus, xno tents are an iioor-e- d and a largo number hare been boxcream of tartar. ed and othorwiso fitted up at private expense. Our mess halls, ono for each food company, aro very near ready for use; they are largo and will have a seating capacity sulllclent.to accommodate a wholo company. Tho kitchens havo Alum baking powders are Ike greatest been completed and occupied for somo mcaaccrs to health of the present day. i time. The city of Annlston Isqulto a nice botm. auusa powpcs ea, arw roex. Utile burg of somo 8,000 Inhabitants, Negroes, one- consisting of one-thi- rd g sgi t Eyes Iiiaicei aai Ol&uu S:i9:t!fi:aUy third very "poor white trash," and tho ul IVHH" I4VUMU1IIJ Tho INTKRIOU JOUltNALlsonoaraong (02) AijstUi. other third divided between respectaMitt Hack bay Itn't your trousseau a thousand papers whoso editorial colMRS'. U. D. SIMPSON, Pror.. ble citizens, who arc honest and re- costing you rather more than usual? Mlsa Lakeside Of course, but out umns are u reflection of exactly wbut Its t Kentucky. spectable citizens who are not. HowC. ever a great deal of consolation is here In Chicago we find it more econom- - editor thinks on any subject without Newly furnished; clean beds; splendsd found by the men In good whisky, ' fcal In the eiid. These thinjr have got "minclne" words nnd, by tho way, ii Porters which is made in Kentucky and pretty to do more than once. you know. is In the front rank of Kentucky jourtabic Everything 89 meet all trams. nalism in many other respects. Corbin Tho girls who are made principally in Ala- Town Topics. OF IIIIOOKI.VN. News. bama. The native whisky, like the naThe Krratlo Weather. Oh. blame it not with language bold: tive soli, is of the poorest character, Cincinnati, Floridu and Havana Stanford, Ky., Let courage still be strong. Caledonian : and while tho latter will grow small No matter If It's hot or cold, is a now train 54 hoursCIncinnntl 'TIs sure to chango ere long. hlokorv. cedars and scrub oak. to sav Xh Receiving Ills Full And to Havanu, Queen .t Crescent Ilouto Co., 01 Scotland. Washington Star. I nothing of the rocks, tho former proand contiectlng rail and steamship Vintur GootlH. duces snakes, worms, bugs, disobe-The lliiatun nf It. KOUNDUD 1MOO. in the South lines. Finest trains Little New York iloy Don't go there, Tbrouirh tickets on Mto Cincinnati to dienco of orders, summary courts and Iguurd houses, as Is evidenced by the Waldo. The ice Is too thin. , Little Boston Iloy Don't you know Ilavana via this lino. Kit Guaranteed. fact that over 31,000 havo been nssefsed that the expression too thin Is awfully BTANIXinp. KY against enlisted men ot this reglmect DI.COVEUKD HV A WOMAN. Give Him a Call. vulgar? You sfiould toy the Ice ft for acts caused by its Influence. Another grcut dltctivery lias In en made, not aufllciently materialized. Judge. and that too, by a ludy In this country. Thlo the 2d Dlv., 4th army corps, Comparison. "IHcne fattened Ht clutcl.Ci umii her and FIRST NATIONAL BANK pissed in review today beforo Gov. Dry Goodt Clerk Those giods nt 28 for Miven years she itllhilood Its aeverest nlei) our land and hereby We have Ol 8TANIX)ISD, KV. Johnston, of Alabama, and the 4th varn nil from trespaulniron them V Kentucky was highly complimented for cents are as fine ns anything In the testa, but her vital urguus were uudermlned fur Stcck $100,000. and death secuicd Imminent. I'or three market. Sarplci, J 17 3:C Ihe any ,urpo. whatever, under enaHy of l law rulded In such cumits lino uppeuranco und military bear-I- n nnd could Customer And these at 35 cents? months she coughed Attention olths public Ii .Ml 11 to lb firllini S. II. T. II. ir. Dry Gooda Clerk They are still finer not sleep. Flic finally discovered n way to this Is tnc only MitluntllUnk In hisuf.ird I'd J. W. II A t'O II M A N, A.M. NrWI.VSD. PK.NCI. Col. Colson, who has been absent at And Dealer in il.r tbe proflflans ol tli Natlunsl Hiuk An B. I. PATTKIHOX. M (. 1I.MI1I1M N of us a bottle of Dr. depositors Puck. recovery, by Washington for somo time, is expected art aerureil not only !y tha capital stork, H. II. HHAMCfi, MKS. V. IJItlMKis King's Now DIenvery for Consumption, nnd bulbytlio stockholders' lUbillly lor snsuiouni HAXttT23S, SADDLEEY, &0. back at an early date and it Is nrosum- K The Absent One. J. H HUl'lF.. ualln tha slock so that dci.nlior. of this lu.tltu J 11. l.V.NX. much rullercdun taking tlrst loe, tlpu McKINNKV. P M. WAHK. "Chollle told me he was burning with wusto an secuml by a fund of tto.uol. I'lio swurr J ed that wo will know to a certainty KY. STANFORD, that she slept all night; and with two bot statcuienta ol lb rondltloool lb Itank art mad. A. M. I'KI.AMI J. H. OWMI.KV. SH. patriotism, but, between you and me, tles, to lb Untied Slates (iorrninent shtl II. what Is In storo for us. has Imvii nljMiluti'ly cured. Her name I rich vrar av.mlnil .t .l.l tl tlin I... mvatHhuni I a..!, ar With best wishes for tho JOUIINAL think he it too green to burn." Is Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus writes W. C a.nii, thus sucurUs additional snd prilert mm "Yes. Chollle might appropriate!,, ' DR. R. and its many readers, I remain llumnlck ft Co.. of Shelby. N. O. Trial bot- - to3-f'- J; ,h. ..t be called a flat." Indianap." ties free at I'tnnj' Drug Store. Itegulur ' poill.".. r".".v""V"T."J..":r"""n raurganisru ai COItt'OItAL W. D. Kelton, MAI 01 nianioru iu is., tot olis Journal. ofSlanhird In IMV1 andanJc size 50c and 91 00. I'.riry bottle Kiiaranteed. tn National HankFirst Co. G, 4th Ky. Vol, Inf, Nstlonsl Haukof Slinford HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & rmmiDliedutlit Interested. In IM1. haa bal practlralir anunlulerrupteJ ciutSURGEON, nce f.r S3 II Is Ulirr stipllrl no wlii Tho total rain fall nf tho past, vear ,.,,.. kiinnumn Imslnew prtiuiptlr snd OLOUlOl'b- NEWS Vltltor Why are you watching Fido Comes from Dr. V. II. Cargllo, ot Washita. to Intently, Jimmy? U1.0U Inches, precipitations In ap-- erallr than mot Ufore in Its lnn( ainl booorsblt Stanford, - - Kentucky. I. T. He writes: "l'our bottles of Kloctrlc Little Jimmy Mamma toys the ha; el,.l.l.. .nnmli.. fnllln h ,,n in' dni-i- . csretr. .Aecounisol IndWldusli, nduclirl,nru " j-. " .r,...., . a&ainuitidusissonciieu. Ofllce orer Hlgglns .t a Store Hitters hare cured Mrs. Ilruwer'of tcrofula, you wear would moke a dog laugh, and So lurco a measure has fullun only j dihictois which had caused her grvut suffering for I am waiting till he tees It. N. Y. J. w llsrdrn.Siauford twice before In the past LM years In1 g K. II lliusbuisn. Tti3ttBita'2auitteiKTgiasf((a " years. Terrible bore would break out on World. T I' Hill 1M2 nnd lfcSK) J. S. Ilocker. " her head and face, und tho best doctors W A Tilhbl. " W.I', Walton " Losing tilrls. Tliune u 'd M.J Mlll-- r, could Rlvo ua help; but her euro U complete THE KAIil.K, kIMi lir H.l. UlllI'S. .Unrtrtulcor, Llla Clara ft certainly n lucky girl. und her health U excellent." This shows SLe mutt have been born with a gold sV noted fur IU keen sl;bt, clear and dls M, D.KIuorf, blsnford. dnstonville, Kentucky nrricsss, bare proved Unci vision, fo aro inuo vrHiiie wno uo J S, Iloektr, 1'rmld-n- ti Route to what thousandbeat blood purifierthat Eluctrlc spoon in her icouth. J. J Mcllolieris I s.'il. Kuglu Eye Salvo for weak eyes, A A MoKlunav A.l.liin(uhlr known. It's Hitters Is tho OH. rs bis sen lets to lb people nMW.l Liiculn Rattle Yet; and from all indications styes, aoroojes of uny kind or graiiululed snd Csaoy couuIIm. Full slock of .ifSuisnd luk the supreme remedy for eczema, tetter, salt I should Judge It wat a tablespoon. ltds. Sold at IVnuyS ul ii centa. ttsalwarsou bind. rheuui, ulcers, trails and running sorus. It Chicago Dally .Newt. I). S. Carintcr, Manager, a a Hi TRY liver, kidneys und bowels, expuls tlmalates Here Is u ioan'l a younj; lady: THE A Matter uf Horseflesh. polons, helps digestion builds up tho Uoro's'to tbo ono and only one, strength. Only SO cents. Sold by Teeny, First Aehmnn Fie got live dollar, Aud may thitt ono bo lio Drucglst. auurauteed. and now I'm goin' to buy me a horse. Who loves but ono and only ono ' We aru In the trade with Palls Hraucliaud Second Ashman TWI you uliat; 11111; And may that ono bo mo. uthcrKood Cutis. AImj Hay. lorn, tuts, FratiW J. Keed, (leu. Past. At;t , c. Ntuoty.tlvt) per cent, of all the toothShliutufr, Hour, Ac. llrk-bolter wait till you get live more an' . II. llacon, Dis. Pass. Agl. ami b.iiul, ltemumber we tuku I arm LU.M1 lltlllTATIIIN. picks mudo in tho United States are buy u good one, N, V, Truth. W. II. McDoel, Vice.Pres.& Gou Mgr. In vxchuiiKu. Prompt dulhery and Is the forerunner to consumption. Dr. i Charles II. Rockwell Truffle Mgr, from white Ulrcb timber In Franklin will euro It. uud attention to n orders. Oillco nnd scale Dell's Souvenir of Travel. licur L. A N depot, TvlrKhtiue No, II, Klvo such strvnxlh to iIm" lunj; that n rough county, Maine, and yet scarcely more your daughter since or a cold will not settle Ihtro. Twenty live "I haven't I'KltltlN .V ITN( B than 100 persons aro employed in the her return from Kurope." VS Wo ulso curry bewniK Storecents ut Penny's Druir Parts uud Attuchiuvula uud do uli kinds of Industry in that State. "No, the has been to busy; the had rupulrlnj(, GO Sulu nfc'gregatiiijr HO,000 huvo been g a lot of foreign labels, that she had to WEAK RYES AUK SMDIS 8TKOMJ, m uourK. paste on her trunks." Chicago Record. brought at Loulsvlllo by sovun of tho j D'.ir vMoii mudu clear, styus removed und f30 YEARS raon arrested Intho hx)1 room raid, gtuuulated lld or wire vyes of any kind , A I'roiiruiit Niuokr, tfThi Uet Lint loiad From EXPERIENCE agulnslC. I. Warren, foreman of tho M.'vllly and eif'jetually cured by the use of He What's) the matter with theto grand jury, Qbtef of 1'ollco Ilaagcr, TOLEDO AND DETROIT huthcrlund's KjirIo Ko guurauteu.put up cigar? It's In tubes, und sold on , I'or All lUot In Michigan. Mayor Weaver and the board of public sulest Tenny's Drug Stoa She Why, dear, they nelto horrid OHIOAGO, safety. They claim their arrest was I put tome cau do cologne on 'White CUy.SprcUl." "Pajia," usked a little boy, "if bell that secured by tha defendants who, they theml niufroted American, IUt Ttruilnil button. freezes over as Mr. Murphy says, will allege, raullclously contrived and to ST. LOUIS. Citation- the Growler, Trade Marks tho wicked havo to staud on slippery tended to Injure them, and their arDr.aio.NS Ml will now," sold Weary Watkintr, Avoiding the Tunnel places';'" Tho unswer was not reported. rests wore without probable causo. Copvriohts Ac. asj he crawled out of the loft and eeized BOSTON. Anrona sanding a skHrli snd drictiptUin mar dlsgrao- they were publicly They qnlcklr ascertain our opluiou free wlirtber au When you canuoi sleep for coughing hit trusty con, "I will now Indulge in n,l liv claim flelvpn LlimilfH thfl atennta Waguer frUwluj;Ciri. lii'snllon Uprebablgrpateiitablo. ( itrlctlr roiiDdeitiiL llsndbaokon I'ateuta n ' .u. nsn takn Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It the pleasure of tho cba." Indiana?-oi-l ' Si, Int. wutions. Other suit will urntirtn rUK ainnm .nn .h.i.rtttyiit jtit. lionsfree. Oldasl aaaucjr for ecuriiia' oiiimunlra. ssnt iiatHUis. blUbULAHb Ferent inilC. In tho patrol YORK. NEW Slerplug ii Journal. I'alanU US mi tSrouub kluiiii A lo. reveUs alwuyt gives prompt relief. It I) most we manufacture and Cart. rlnl Uadfet Pirlor Cin. Wiinrr bo brought luter on aggregating vi, Sawing Machines you purcnase any otner.thslt tiwclul milks, without soanit, Iu tua (inccs ixiore The Why of It, OmpartuiMit Can, Urfint CoacuM asd ma oxcetlent for colds, too, a it aids ex000,000, Scientific Hmcricdti. Thc New Home arwma machine Co, Ing Cars. "Ws ntver sptak as ws pass by;" pectoration, relieves tho lungs and preoassss, sum. Psrbaps I'd bttttr tell you why- -It A handsomsly lllnstrslad wesklr. Mnrut rlr rtleasjc. ilu. P;lopl'".-V- . SI.Iils,Kft vents any tendency towurd pneumonia. In a urlo tight in Jersey City, Geo. cuUtum of any sclvniuln louriml, Teruls, tl s D. I). MARTIN, Isn't strange, as you'll sgres lMUw,)va, K O. McCORMIOK, SsarnuLiau,Cal. lUuiU.Ua. fe.ri four nwbtbs, L Sold brail liwJlur. Ws'r roa salt sr 9tu.Traroc Mgr, Uen. Pass. &Tkt. Act For sale by Craig & Hockcr, Drug, -- U A.not acaualnted. don't vou aast Tiler hud his nock broken by it blow -- x. New York W. Bullttla. MUNN & Co. .0IN0INNATI, O. gists. A, K. HALL Lincoln. from his antagonist! Thomas Foley, JiraueL Vfflx. IB IT lit., Ws.tilustou, U. l Baking Powder Safeguards the du,D n ' Masqn Hotel .ancaster, first-clas- s. "Well. Tom, you might have returned manent cure W S. 13EAZLEY, 1). D. S.f tho compliment by opening the door Youjwant that will relievo tor mel " I- - nilCIIr-lCT.Klungs and keep expectoration easy. "My dear, your compliments are too tho You want a remedy that will counterLoulsvlllo. Ky., precious to return." Ally Sloper. Teeth Extracted Without Pain act uny tendency toward pneumonia. Appreciated. AMERICANS EUROPEAN You want u remedy that Is pleasant With Vltallird Air. I'htalrlan In attend He often was told In his wife ance. and pafo to take. That a treasure to him hid brcn given: I'hANM. TS )n Hulldlng. Ofllce In the New Thorn Yet 'twould be th joy of his life Chamberluln's Cough Uemedy Is tho The Ladles ltrstaurant I the finest in Could he "lay up his treasure In Heaven." only medicine in ue that meets nil of the city. Kvery convenience for ladles llancm Life. these requirements. This remedy is DR. R. spending the day In the city. Indeed n lmilr. Oriitlvnen's Cafe on ottlco floor. famous for ltn cures of bad colds Of No. ill Fourth Ave "I admit that she It a puzzle to me." throughout the United States and In "In what way?" Louisville. - - Kentucky, THOMAS A. MULLICAN. "Well, I can't quite decide uhether many foreign countries. It has many Manager. Will be nt the she Involved herself In a scandal be- - rivals, but, for tho speedy and permanMusic Tuoi 1 iv, Tiiursd.iv and Sunday cause the wnnted tofro on the stage or ent euro ot bad colds, stands without u St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Tucs-oaKvenln. Jan. 31, 1809. whether the tvent on tho stage becnute peer und its splendid qualities aru the became Involved In a scandal." everywhere admired and praised. For Upturning one day In isrh month. Chicago Pott, sale by Craig Ai Ilocker, Druggists. A meeting nf the n h kholder uf she You want the best medlclno flint can Tho Lincoln County National Hank o' tluiial Hank of flanfnrd will coin bounty Fanner-Han- k Ky be obtained, and that Is Chamberlain's Iw held at their lmnklnc lumrci Ihe mviiiiiI Stanford.Tru-- . has auveled t he Ky . Uo.. k Tutwdaj-tJanuary, li09. for theparpovoof bai au9ied t all Itsof Maiifunl, imcU anU Cougi Itcmedy. ano llabllltlc, electing II (llrctr for the entiling j ear. entire hu.lue.. You want a remedy that will not J. II OWM.K1 I'n.hlcr .. II. MIIAMC. 1'ie.ldent-J- . only glve'julck relief but effect a perII. OH.HI.KV. Ca.hlct . LOUISVILLE HOTEL GOLDSTEIN, , y, FIRE INSURANCE fi. RUPLEY, PHJB31VIX Insurance Company Insurance Merchant Tailor, &G.JVJCG1WY Goods-AVarrantc- R.B.MAHONY.Agt DPOSTEID. er-ii- ia Ctj-lU- Incn-santl- y. pun-hatin- flVe-pro- m. PHSLPS, TAKE THE ' yEDEEomii r, --- "."',? J. T. SUTTOJSr, - J.liOlll-r.CrsbOrch- Ml.V-rno- The Popular CHICAGO. NEW HOME NOTICE Weul-uhuml- lo m l'ru-iluc- ts BIG 4 ( A -