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Semi-weekly interior journal: December 22, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899122201_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: December 22, 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. .flTy-r- "yl ir SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXV11. ML VERNON, INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 22. LANCASTER. 1891). J) A. M. NO. 85 tho roll. V. II. Hastey, un old pensioner, nml Mrs. Hannah Yltman wero married last Saturday. bo Itoad Master W. 1'.. Smith will Short Lino division transferred to tho on Jan. ltt. Mhrlcr tc Son moved thoir saw mill toJcllirobywagon. U took eight day. to mako tho trip. of Sam Smith U tho only sorvlvor owned by Ocn. Smith. slave, tho HO year Ho look, no older than ho did m-n- V i the acre, Christmas get Its slgni'Jcanco, as It as n boundless I la he I In confusion. Drop Thomas French, representative of world's tho Continental Tobacco Co., fell In the does Its name, from Cfirlst. His com. any other name from tho Ing Into tho world was tho event of all thought anil ll still moves on undls warehouse here and fractured his arm. You ver saw. Juvenile Shirts 75 cents, each, agss 5 to 9, just out. r, O. M. Patterson has been to Corbln history. Wlso man waro his first turhed. Drop tho nnmo of Christ and and all truo science and philos the King is gone, the light extinguishand Knoxvlllo on business. Hon. J. II. ophy still kneol at his feel Tho Magi ed and humanity Is lefl In anarchy. Miller was hero with old friends on And Suits for Men, IIn sand Children Handnmo linenf Christmas Novelties in Ho enters tho soul ns ho entered tho Wednesday asked "Whcro Is Ho who Is Horn King male attire Slippers, Umhrel'ns, Valises, Neckwear and Mutllers. of tho Jews?" They cured llttlo for world "Born'' Into It, vVe say a man Is Robert Whlttakcr reports tho foldales or "The tlmo tho star appeared " "born of God " Wo mean that tho lowing sales by W. A. Hihtland Jesse has come into his life. And Doty on Wednesday; Plug horses $22 They left IleroJ arid his scribes to Chrlst-llf- e search tho records and set his traps the new King born Into tho soul chang- lo fi'; shoats $.1 per hundred and milk They simply wish to know "where" He es tho whole Interior kingdom. The cow Ji. to 830. 136, L. Is. It Is Christ they seek. Truo mark man Is "a new creature." There Is much talk over here about of a slnccrn seeker after Christ today. BgO. The world was moro changed by your tj po saying thai Jesse Arnold's coun- Tim man who seeks technically and Christ's coming Into ll than by all team hauleJ 10 bushels of A. H. Haley, 'f Mote, Madison UP-TO-DATE ty, was acquitted beloro Commissioner must know tlmo and placo and nones things elu In Its history; and tho In sand from Kentucky river, when it charge of liquor sential record will never find Christ, dividual life Is more changed by his In- should have been 70 bushels. Whlto Monday on tho The only genuine and sale of business and pleasure N and would not worship Him If ho should coming man by all things besides. horses In Kentucky. selling. Thai sterling democrat, J. It. Mount, i pi.Iop L.lolnu a iiood business Unci him ccu-e- s change? to Why tho greatness of this when tho seeker of LaUranpc, Is a candidate for assisti Old Our greatest ant clerk of tho House of Itcprcsenta- ll Is a In hi now Crab Orchard store. A. II. ask about Him and logins to ask for changes are not ihosu which ullect tho lives. He would mako a irood onu and Ky. has moved from Crab Orchard Him then will Ho bo found. Hastln ' Horn King of tho Jew." Kntfcron-e- d location or tho tax list; but those that we are all for him In this neck of tho to Lancaster. Twenty-Thir- d 30-3- 1, Sale Feb. 1 & 2, 1900 neither by Intrigue nor gory eonlllc-llo- touch iho life. Thoo changes that woods. Tho present Jackson county court but 'born'' King. Ho does not reach the deep of the Vanbook has lought a house was built by (!eo. Hragg, John Nick I hope, utter selling ft.300 lioro. coupled with honest, upright denllni;. houo "Ill widen my n men sell here? The best place on earth to Tharp and James Adams, of this coun- ascend tho throne from without, but Is lhue are they which mako us olher and lot on Danville. Avenue of William larjru circle of patrons. Why do all sell hnres, the le-- t buyer, the best price. Tho Least Oot. Aliovenll (Ienuiu. born Into humanity to gel Kssclon of than we were. Tho Joss of a companion, Luckey for 41,000. K. W. Harris has ty, In tho early '70s K. P. I'AULCONKIt, Danville, Ky. Write for terms and entry blanks. Wo understand somo of tho republi- It and kingship over It. Not cold au- an idol child, omethlng incoriorate purchased tho store room, now occuthe confirma thority, but life. A kingship of a new with our Immortal bulug. Thesu things pied by ). H JennltiL's, of Hon. It II. can leaders aro lighting tion of J N. Hrown's appointment to kind. No other ever came Into oer reach the depths and wu are never thu Tomilnson, for 11,000. In this way and nono other ever ruled same afterward. If the prooosed combination between uccectT Magistrate It. L. Hrown, S as He rules His grasp Is uxjn all huAll great changes lire based on thu the various railroads to prevent tho manity and that from within He has life. Hence conversion changes the cutting of rates Is enforced wo will not Somo one got Into Wm. I'oyntcr' store by way of a sldo window, Sunday lilted and fs now tilling tho thought of man In his very life. A new life Is need but one railroad: but It Is most afternoon. Somo cartridges, pocket the ages. King of humanity and rcgul turned In tiMin his nature and he Is likely a scheme to prevent tho con were taken alike in hovel and palace. never tho same as Delore. t'aui was structlon of olher lines. knlvcand This truth Is asserting Itself. His not the same, nor Luther, nor Hunyan, Christmas presents will bo distribu Mr. I'oyntcr tlilnkf ho has tho party kingdom Is coming "without observa- nor our self. ted (rom a Ferris wheel at tho Chrisi Dotted Gift When Christ comes change come. tian church Saturday afternoon. An Prof. J. N. Brown, jwho taught tho tion." Ho fs quietly meusnrlng the Hand-Paint- ed Crab Orchard public school last ses- very hours for earth's millions. Tho Hd comes Into Peter's home; the fever entertainment and presents from a sion, will, with Prof. W. S. Hurt, of "limes and seasons" aro named ami departs and the pufTcrer arises1. Ho Christmas tree will bo given In tho Pulaski, open Ilrown College, L0v.1l numbered In His memory Commerce comes Into the Itulur's home: the dead kindergarten department of Garrard DecoGreen, Jan. 8th. Prof. Hrown has recalls His coming In every passing "Damsel'' awakes. Ho comes to Beth- graded school on Friday afternoon. The marriage of Miss Suo Herring turned out more teachers than anyono moment. Kvcry nolo and letter, every any; the deceased brother arises from Itated Our Plastic Art Novelties of Ancient snd Modern S'cu'pturc ars Let Christ come lo Mr. Jerry Itespcss on Wedncsduy In this county. communication and column from the his four days' death very Attractive and Showy. Stanford man says to speaking press Injars date of Huthle- - Into the church, deadnvss departs an I morning was a brilliant affair. Iiaro a tell Judge Hughes that it Is dlincuii hem' manner-birtTho bond, the tho sunshlno of salvation floods tho flowers, sweet music and valuable presfor rcKricrs to toll unvarnished truths jot.ji lh,, $ru(u a ttro worthless place and people. Lot Hlro but come ents were tho chief appointments. Miss and they wuro no sort of Judges of a .without It. Kvery Intldel book Is begun Into tho heart and It rises above lis sor- May Hughes played the wedding fat turkey and other trimmings, when j wltl a recognition of Christ In Its very rows, Its new graves and Its dead hopes, march, a brother of tbo groom and the m placed on a tabln beforo them. even as the lark at morning ascending bride's sister attended the happy pah, dato. Life Is a continuous gospel, Christ above tho foL's to greet the sun. Messrs. Jesse Walden and Fisher HerFltz Krueger. of this place. Is cor- Hut tho subllmest change will bo at ring acted as ushers, while Itcv. J. C. responding with his klnsmtn, "Oom" silently engrafting himself Into tho Paul Krueger, of the Transvaal. Don't vory constitution of things, practical, His final coming. Then shall oven iho Masteo In a beautiful ceremony bound j Know what ho Is up to. Possibly ho civil, social, domestic. Tho onflow of cemeteries and the weeping places be tbo two loving souls together. Ladies' snd Gents' two good Senator Farrls has wlll ralso a regiment In Clay and tho world's life a porpetual cospcl; like mado to rejoice. I havo never jet seen of bills to present for passage beforo the t as- - tho ceaseless other S. K parts of tho Slate to muimur of tho waves over the face of joy or heard tho echo tolling of tho sea, tho very babble of merry lauirhter among iho tombs. Si- Leglslaturo. Tho llrst provides for tho j sltt hi "Oom." pale flowers, gloomy forfeiture of tho charter of any corir- Dr. Kwcrs and Judge Williams havo humanity's nnflowlnc; tide proclaims lent sadness, : spoken at Urodhead and Wlldlo on Ills kingship, Tho myriad telegrams crape, subdued and suffering sorrow: ailon that shall contribute funds (or, educational affairs, In the Interest of flying as spirits through tho air, every theso are attendants there Hut at campaign purposes. Tbo second to submit to the people the ques CollcirUlu Institute, at this place. Thoy coin that circulates amoni; tho living Ills coming "sorrow and sighing shall W hllc and Toloml SiU Handkerchiefs, Fancy Silk Mulllcrs, Neckare doing splendid work and accom-- 1 und the very stones that mark tho rest- - flee away." Mortality shall awako and tion of amending the constitution so wear in I'lilH., lions, Strings and Fo r iu Hands. pllshlng much good. Tho school Is bo- - Itii; places of tho dead bear duto of hi break forth In rejoicing, and the loud that wo can return to the old vlvu voco coming. Everywhere and by all things laughter ot resurrection triumph shall wuy of voting. Tho passage ot these I Ing built up rapidly. Is proclaimed. if. J. Durst, of ltowland, an dec- - Ills ruleri-hlecho through empty vaults, while glad bills would provent'much fraud In elecStrike His name from the world's creotlnes and happy bullelujahs shall tions and enable a freeman to lot the trlclun of high attainments, and Cyrus V. Field constructed tho second set of commerce; allow men tomakonocntrv. constltuto tho grandest jublleo islneo public know how be voles. All bail! thjs Somo o( our young men, without documont. mako no record creation's morning. Instruments mado for working the lantlo cable In HVi. Mr. Darsl ren- - ( referring to Him and business Is estop-dcre- Christmas Day us thu typo und guar- malice or any intention to destroy U(e valuable assistance In working j lH:jt hIlmn activities unhinged, organ-ou- t antee of mat llnul and triumphant con- or property, got Christmas in thelf I.arfe and Medium Sizes, Ladies' Traveling bones a little too early and five war- -' tho problem of tho successful work- - Gallons destroyed and mankind Is left summationFrom Lnulsvllln Times. rants wero Issued by Judge Brown (or Ing of ocean lines. r tfijn if a breach of the peace. Messrs. William I Dr. G. H. Lawrence will probably j Marutburg, two wiles west of this CRAB ORCHARD. Marsee, Bruco and James Arnold were move to South McAllster, I. T where ,,Hcc, has tho greatest rabbit and bird J. V. James' dlsllllcry will resume lined ll each and cost. Tho warrants ho had a largo practice somo two years ,naret In tho mountains, operations Jan. 1st. ugulnst Ed Itosuod Charley Walker ago. Charles and Will Henderson aro( Mrs. Kato Magoc, of Crab Orchord, Gents' Underwear. Shoes of every description From present upearanccb Christmas have not been disposed of. Tho habit :) visiting Somerset .relatives. Handsome owns a loom that was made I'M) years and creating a disturbance Walden, of Ilurnsldo, Is ,,, Sho still uses It for weaving car Is going to be unusuully dull. of shooting Mies Katlo It Is rumored Crub Orchard will loo just (or tho (un o( thu thing should visiting her uncles, Doctor and William U. of Its fairest beforo tho holidays cease, and, whllo tho boys may not InDavis. Dr. J. M. Williams Is hero U. Whltukcr and Milt Doon have ro- - ono A.V over. tend any barm, they should remember with Home ioiks. iiosiiuttSKiiiKiuj vi covered and tho former has moved to aro mi. School at tho collego closed Friday, tbut such conduct Is annoying toothers tho lato Ron. Lawton as bolng a man his new dwelling on his lower farm on after u very successful terra, by a talk and that It Is less excusable l& them a soldier. V. T McClary and ruwkcu.ilo rivcr. and Jason Brown. in hootlm? atablrd. whllnoiiilinnt. by tho principal, brldo havo returned from Cincinnati, than ll Is In others who havo had few The sale of Klljah Wilson was well advantages. Thoir friends uro willing and havo gone to housekeeping at bis nj near Crab 6rehard Monday, i nor Farls aceldontallly shot Jim Cur- - attended and stock sold well, hogs 4c, to overlook this, and they hope that it Tho Stanford telephone switchboard bni Carson's heavy clothing saved vonrllnL' .leers 4111 to Ml. COWS 827 to will occur no more. was "dead" for 10 minutes or moro on Um from hCrloi wounds. Twenty-tw- o $10, corn 2 In tho crib. CHURCHES AND PREACHERS. successlvo days lust week, caused 0no shot struck him from head lo fwt. Levi S. Klder has opened up a gro 5 by disturbed tiearth currents," which cery In our midst, and asks your pa A evlval at tho Presbyterian church, MATRIMONIAL MATTBS. aro supKiscd to have originated from troimL'c. Levi Is u clever fellow, and Carrolllon, brought Wl Into the fold. earthquakes Q"somo portion of the Mury Nelll, uged about75 years, hero's hoping bliu success. Mrs. The pastor und members of tho old sometimes globe, 'tho phenomenon Morris Harris has about completed Palm Lick church havo adopted tho and G. T. Welsh, aged lij joars, weio lasts as long as two hours ul a tlmo and married at Kmlnence. his pretty cottage In town and will novolplan of having pruyer meeting .I The Uecognieil Leader iu Tiie Following Articles: no telegraphing or telephoning can bo William Ulchurdson, o(Gurrurd,und move In tho 1st of January. Mrs. Juno during tho winter months ul tho homes done In tho meantime Wouldn't thoro MUs Lena Miller, of this county, wuro Dickinson's house Is ulso neurlng com- of dlllercnt members. bo u "row and a rumpus" If It should married at Itov. W. H. Itugun.'s Wed-du- y pletion. V. Klder J. G. Livingston writes! occur and continue that length of tlmo Tho protracted mooting, alter three F. Abraham, who bus been confined to In tho Stanford, Lancaster und other Marcus Holm, of Danville, und Miss weeks duration, closed at tho Baptist his bed for somo tlmo with Bright' exchanges? IHhol, thu pretty daughter of Kills church Tuesday night, with 111 addi- disease, mado tho good confession Itov. Mills tilled his regular appoint- Wright, of tho Mlllcdguvllla section, tions, Doing conducted by ltuvs. Baker, Tuesday evening and wus baptized tbo ment nt tho Christian church Sunday were murricd Wednesday night. of Versailles, und Wheatloy, of DanMiniohuurof tho day. Hu Is "2 years' last Tho mumbors nro deslrlous of Mr. A. (i. T. llaney and Miss Jennie ville. Thu new converts were buptlzed old und Is widely known Iu Kentucky,1 for another year. onguglng his services II. Buughman were married ul thu Monday ufternooii at Dlx river.- Hro. onco u promlouni emtio trader und Gar-Loa- ds. By August and Will Kruegur have ar- homo of tho bride's parents, Mr. and Baker Is a lino preacher und did a great wai (ought through tho lulo war under Ilydun to remain for a few eommurl-ty- . .. rived from Ill "u .. Mrs, W. K. Baughmun, in Boylo coun- deal of good throughout iho 111s niorgau. T. conversion win I.. weeks with homo folks. Kd Jones, who ty, Wcduesduy. By tho unanimous voto ot the source ot comfort to his muuy friend is working In tho slave business on C, Thomas B, Kultht,of Franklin coun- church Itov. Wheatloy wus culled us V. division, was at homo a couple of ty, received a divorce In tho Frunkliii pastor for unother year. Jurcd Aiusdem, of Seneca, Mich., dls days lust week. Dr. Sullies und . W. circuit court Monday, and that uftur-noo- o Thomus Carson, of Clnclnnull, was ugreed with his wife 10 years ago. uud Bon't Poii,etThat I Keep The., Cruokmoro, of Madison, wore hero weut to Lexington, where he mar- huro lust week visiting relatives. Joo u decree of divorce wus granted. Lutur Monday at witnesses. Dr. J. II. l'oljii Saturday und Sun- ho married twlco, und lust week securried Mury C, Whuleu, Maulstruto F, S. Brooks was ul homo mid wife, of Livingston, visited Crab Graven olllclailng. Knight admitted day. Wudo Perkins was at homo Wed- ed u dlvorcu from his third wife. Ills Cupt. W. C. Mullins was up Orchard. was his llfth mutrlmoulul ven. nesday uud Thurtduy to see his sick llrst wife married three tunes utSunday. F.dltor Hud. thul this from Livingston to brother, Juek, who Is, wo uro glad to ter her llrst divorce. Itecoiitly sho so. Ho lure, and tho brldo acknowledged son was hero Suuday and Monday huvlngbdon through thu oxojriunou state, slowly recovering Irom a very cured a divorce (rom her fourth husbought tho old ltopubllcan printing twlco. sovero attack of typhoid (over. Camp-bu- ll band. Amadou wus ut tho courthouse outlll and will movo It to Ilarbourvillo. Alexundcr Is ublo to bo about tho when tho decree was entered, and InSPAIK'S ailEATEST HEED mun, Is John II- - Williams, tho stavo Mr. It P. Hlhlt tiflUrivlom, Swlii, .wnjt bl room, having been confined (or somo troduced himself lo her. They talked folks In Now Orleans. vlutrrssl Alttii, 8 C, Wrak omn lii isum1 visiting homo weeks with rheumatism. Mtrrt 4hit la U b.ikofiilt hss.l (lu awhile, uud decided to remarry. Judge Williams went to Danvlllo Uwlrlu Hitler. Aiuvtli's vrntl t 1IK1 uIuk u.i Itfiimly, sllpulu suon Ull lilni. lis my. Nrnu STANFORD, KY. Thursday. Billy Baker has moved hero IhU grand lurUUiuals wbit liU ixnuitrjr ik.hI.. All A FniaHTFUlTDLUHDEn At Ilosedale, Miss., T. II, McLouioi 0, ho has Amrrit'i kuuws tint It lurn llttriu.l kl'lui'jr Will ofKucsiiws hoirlbls lluru. SuM.l'ut or u punter and merchant, and his munu- - Wliliam Kitulton. President. from Bailey's Switch, whcro Iwsl tu lbs Iruulils, I'Uiltlts lh hluul, business. lOsutlheui lbs urrm, mutow tup li stuimrli, llrul. llu.kUfii'sArnUs Ble.lb liu, Ur uj uw orlJ.wllI kill tin i.UauJTOiui.Uy hwl It. gor, A. B. Dumas, wero shot and fatil- boon engaged lo tho btuvo 1'rlmary, Preparatory, Awduuiic ami CollegUte lie lartiaonts, Muilc, Art, KIo.u s, huivs, Ukvrs, llolls, telou, Cures Sept. 4th. Send (or catalogue lo Landrum, deot ugont, Is out ll(luiorr uiuhIv, iiviiuiUriiolibsbu.W. l.ru., (M.I hor-3lH vear James sll bklu fcrui.lluus.llnl Ills ijirs on ly wounded by two Negroes. A posso on ami and Physical Cul'uru If wik. llnjoi silluK yuu nwj ll, Ktcrr Iwola to uppondl KU4rulrv,l,vul)r Wienl". MA bjr IVuny, Cur gusrsulnsl. boU I esrlb, Oulyilit. MUS. XAX.N'IK H. SAUFLEV, Lady Principal. la pursuit of tho Negroes. utter uthicowook' siego of l7 I'tuuj, PruggUl. us that W. cliW Dr. S. C. DavU tolls wor-shle- Tho republican hero nro great o( llio LouNvlllo Post. I being A company of inlllllii Thirty eight h.ivo sign-c- d hero. SX Vnristnas Dcrnon. BY BISHOP H. C. MORRISON. . If our goods give I. Hamilton will bo In Stanford on Saturday to buy mules and horses. J. M. Hlattgavo mo somo fino tobacco, of which ho raised 1,000 pounds to J. not, tell us. satisfation, tell others; if flff ftWiS : BIG LINEOFVOERCOATS Frohman &Co., 'Phono J THB GLOBE, Danville. two-hor- se 200 The HORSES. 200. se Reliable Maple Park Kindergarten, Danville, n, Jan. !lrt-clu- Hitis-factio- n. ooooooooooooooooocoooooooooooooooooo GO TO M'Roberts, tf)e Druggist, Books and New Games, Latest Sterling Silver Articles, Dresser Sets, Three to Seven Pieces, Richly h. u0 0000000000000000000 00000000000000000 1 USEFUL PRESENTS. i SILK 1 I UMBRELLAS, pro-K)s- es I 1 MOQUETTE RUGS mm iii isxr irkc Jiijw aiUJ.41JMfoY 329 d ' J I I I 1 H. J. M'ROBERTS. 's, W. A. CARSON TAN FORD, KY., ' j Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, Vulcan Imperial and Avery Plows, Harness, , Plow Gear, Winter Robes, Whips, Hay, Corn, Retail or 1 j Prices to Suit the Times. Bucoards Finest In Town. Stanford Female College, s tn f u wry w wa -- v 81.50 pluh cape, bran new, marked down in thi? Nile to 81? A new line of Plush Capo? ju?t in for CluUtma? Plueh, handsomely trimmed, fur, jet nml Mack ribtan, marked down to 85. Call and examine taforc buy Our 87 the larget lino ever brought to Stanford and for the Ieat money. Our line ot were handled pretty ing the Children'? Jacket?, Sink about ticed. . around ogre, or a veritable Hob going good citizens severul seeking to devour the right of suffrage Samuel Flower, democrat, will con- roughly by tho of every man opposed to him and a bad test tho election of B. F. Lott, repub- nights ago. Miss Bettlo Lewis, ol L.lncoin, is in Hancock nun from Bitter Creek generally. The lican representative-ele- ct Commercial Tribune knew that all this county, on tho ground that Lott was a mcetlnc with splendid success hero IV, Mm, Urn- - nml Children we oiler the liest lino of Clothing the mnrket allonl". Thi? line lia lwcn cur- was untrue, but lta desire to add its United States guager at the tlmo of his and her millinery store is tho most fully elected and represent? the cream of tho leading maiiufiictorie? ol the country. Wo have leeii encouraged t popular one in town, fabo UKes uv. mite to republican success made it for- election. in view of the advance. Wo are in xitioii to Nive you at lea?t 25 jier cent. Ho moro at to purchase largely in.thi? line get the 9th commandment. Some fool The Jefferson club at Covington will lngstonand says sho feels sure to follow thelurgc crowd of economical buyer? to the Imsiei-- t ?tore in Stanford. were fooled, but the 191,331 democrat demand an explanation of Col. Berry's home here than at Turnersvllle. Mr. .1. L. Koso. of Shelby City, has tried and true knew better and stood statement that but for the falrmindcd faithfully by the man, who was malign- and honest democrats of tho State Mr. organized a Beo Hive hero composed was ed without reason and without stint. Taylor would havo been defeated by of the best ladles In town, ane unfortunate in having six candidates STANFORD, KY, Wo thank our esteemed Cincinnati con- 40,000 votes. T. 1). ItAXEY, MASAOKit. temporary for its nice words, but wo The Loulsvlllo Commercial has this fall to pass examination. There aro four stores here that sell assure it that wo gave our full and freo poor consolation, which it with flatter wedding was because of the fact that support to tho democratic ticket, tak- ing unction lays to Its soul: Anyhow, an average of $18,000 yearly. The L. Sc N. pay car leu 101s 01 goiu tho bride, groom, her parents and ing no stock whatever in the falsehoods with Bradley, Taylor or Goebol in the St Magce got all Maccabeo?. Tho prescnii told on lta admira:lo head and satisfied executive chair it would still have been heru Tuesday. Ward $800 of the yellow metal. wero numerous and cosily, Including a its administration of Kentucky Governor Bill. that Shannon McKlnney has tho most o portrait of Mrs. Lillian M The home county of Col. BreckinaTalrs would be creditable to it and e In barber shop and To Suit Kvcry One. The Hot of Holllster, supremo commander of the redound to tho material prosperity and ridge is the only ono Maj. Owens carr.mlv Maccabees of tho world, present happiness of the people. ried, and for that bit of consolation In the mountains. There are. 13 stores hero an unlucky ed by I'rldo ot Kentucky Hive, of this Wo believed and still believe that bitter defeat be Is doubtless Indebted place. the democratic ticket is tho honestly to tho unexpected but benevolent and number. are handled About 5,000 cross-tle- s .t. i)i ilniMit. while altinir for tho elected ticket and are sure that when beneficial opposition of tho colonel here monthly. train, Miss Josephine Stephens, sister Kvcrlirought to Stanford tho case is presented to the Legislature himself. Loulsvlllo Times. We GIVE AWAY thi? year to tho lucky ono s that Messr). Goebel and Beckham will Tho caso of Attorney General Mon-net- t, Tho sickest democrats over ooeoei11. of tho bride, who Is very much like her HnndHime Drc?icil Hiquc I lead, Kid Hudy Doll, now on dplay at a n nmttv and lovablo woman told of Ohio, against tho Standard Oil defeat are Llgo Herrln and W. be elven the places to which they aro entitled. Co , in which bo charged that ho bad Burton. Tho Kenton man would have vnnr porresDondent that sho and Jumes 5c $400,000 If he had easy salllncr had thero been moro Tucker, son of Mr. J. H. Tucker, of THE Uouso rushed the Currency bill been offered a bribe of would permit cases pending against the democrats like them. your county, would accompany Mr. ai d through and succeeded in getting 11 w W. Saunders. "Happy," I clerK- - M Kiihnnka to Loulsvlllo and would Kvery nurc!iaMr ol a Doll democrats, all from the East company to go by default, was thrown lng In tno big store of Sparks, Turley thero have their destinies united out by tho Ohio supreme court. to vote for It, but the bill will notbavo Whiln ihU was a sumrUc, her inti G. M. Asher was Indicted by the Fay- St Sparks. such smooth Bailing In tho Senate. Livingston has ho reputation 01 ou- - mate friends had been told aboul It ette grand jury for taking tho ballot That body will take it up at its leisure, box keys out of Willa Vlley's pocket in Ing the "marrylngest" place In the and her parents had been consulted. present a substitute and after a long elec- country. 9 Shn U thu elder, but the two sisters and tiresome debate pass it possibly. Precinct No. at tho November The marriace of Mr. Will r.uuanKS are so much alike, few can tell them tion, when Vlley and other olectlon ofThen it will be sent to the House, which boxes and Miss Annlo May Stephens Wed- apart. They aro both loved by too will refuse to concur and a conferenco ficers wero delivered of the keys, nosilav niirht was a brilliant auair. people of Livingston and uro equally as committee will bo appointed. Then a and booths by force, and tbo election Annlo K. Hose, deputy supremo popular with tho old as wiin mo young. compromise will be agreed upon and taken charge of by republicans and Mrs commander of the Hlvo of Maccabees, Having had careful training by u mot jubt beforo tho presidential olectlon, Brown democrats. excellent mother, they can but till tho On leaving Washington for home, originated tho idea of making It a l n ntllcli', Tin. moil niirorrliite Rift if It Is then thought neccssury, the bill wedding und It was as novel us iilncn nf wives In ull the word Implies, Mr. Gilbert said: "I have no doubt as may become u law. So It will bo seon A Pret-- J A commlttco it was pretty. Tho parlor was decor, and hcro'sihoplng that they may nl- that the Currency bill Is tome distance to my seat. Even If tho on mo, the uted with Maccabeo colors and ways bo as happy us they wero wnen should report unfavorably A of from a doubtful tlnal passage. the bridal couple camo tho fol tho good father and mother undo them House would not accept. Thero aro relowing members of that order: Mrs. ffnnilhvo Wednesday night. Mr. Tuck men on tho sufficient THE election In tho 7th CongressionAnnlo K. Hose and Mrs. John Mugee, nr U iilun In thu emnlov of tho L. & N. al district lays BUI Owens on tho shelf publican side whoplaceprinclploubovo ruiH.iiili'Mi a l' lr nf Nice rlnK'n. u MjIMi Hat or l'nhoy Pllk Vitt, or utiv Josephine und llko his father Is strictly buflnet? kind tit Wearing Apparel, Tnlilu l.lm'im. e . nil of which I liuvu at llniohl a law having been en- mere partisanship to guarantee mo my Mrs Mary Goodln, MU politically and price ri'gurilli'x if ricent inlvuiicen. Iff" I'd y jour iirrnuiit unci ;et jour L. A ", acted, which knocks out his other bus seat. Every precedent Is in ray ravor." Stephens, Mrs. Ida Chumloy, Miss and very clover. irueioe un ihu hewing .Machine Chrlsuimt dy. s. i orn-e- r, iness, ho seems to havo lost out entireJohn II. Westover has soldh half in- Maggio Livingston, Mrs. li. Owens, JANES FRYL, Hustonvillc. Ky. Mr. Sam Haselden, of Lancaster, and Miss Llda Cook, Mrs. James ly. June Gaylo carried everv county terest In his paper, tbo Wllliamstowrf Asti- - Miss Ilutu Duncan, of N'lctiolasvlllo, in the district against him, except Fay-ett- Courier, published at Williamstpwn, to Miss Pearl Pollock, Miss Annie un will marry next Wednesday. which by some strango mtshup Tim Nccdhatc for 82,600. Mr. Necdbam lockand Mrs. D. S. McKlnnoy, of 6'J. Gocbui's Is ono of tbo wealthiest men In Grant wearing fraternal colors black skirts. gavo Owens a majority J. E. Hulnoll, form majorities were Increased in all tho county and is a democrat to the back- while waists and sashes of reu, oiuck erly of Howling Green, Ky Is dying of counties, which Is a decided victory for bone. Ho represented Grant county in und white. Tbo groom followed witn Urlght's disease at Fort Worth, loxas. und tho true democracy us Gayle mado his race tho General Assembly several years the best man, Jumes Tucker, und afTho now bank ut Wilmoru, Jeasa on a clear cut Goebel platform, showing ago and used to bo a great temperance bride on tho urm of her father, orgunled with ter u few evolutions, Eld. J. G. Living mine county, has been $25,000, Leslie tho moro the peoplo know of tho orator. that u pretty ceremony pronounced a eupltul stock of By States Speaker Henderson's chair- ston in Election law the better they like it. bride, Gaugh, of Grant county, wu elected AW Oiler a Clioioo of a Now ami lOxccodiugly Handsome Gayle's majority is 4.300. manships went as follows: Illinois, 8; them husband and wife. Tho white cashier. 7; Now York. 0; Pennsylvania who Is a beautiful brunette, woro Ohio, Line of In vlow of tho fact that bo has re- and Iowa, 5 each; Michigan, 4; New Purl muslin und carried a bouquet Tbo controller of the currency has of election as audi Jersey, 3; Massachusetts, colors. Sho I u decided that Swift Co, thu Chicago ceived a certificate Wisconsin lied with Muccabeo tor, Uev. John S. Sweeney' church at und Vermont, 2 each. Of tho remain splendid young woman, bright und ac packers, aro entitled to pay for the Paris has called another pastor, Itev. ing 13 chairmanships four wont to East- complished and will roaKC u iuviuj; 300,000 pounds of beef thrown overLloyd Darslo, a brother of Uev. Gcorgo ern and nine to Western States. The helpmcct, wo uro sure. Tho groom is board from tho transport Manltobu In Darslc, but Bro. John had better pray South did not gut a chairmanship big a valued employo of tbo L. St N. und the harbor of Ponce. ' with those brothreo to go slow. A bird or little. Kentucky members were lsu young man of lino hablta and a As "Well aw Choice Gifts in Other Lines. Monty of A bill was introduced in tho Hou.o In the band is worth two in the bush assigned as follows: Wheeler, Navul most clover gentleman After an eleupiHilntmont of u comiiiitteo to and bo may novcr catch oven one in Affairs; Uhcu, Labor and Banking and gant repast at tho Mulllns House, tho for the und Japan und report on tho bush. Pugh, Appropriations; homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. visit China Currency; spent the commerclul und Industrial concrowd prosent Scott county gavu Goebel 350 ma- Smith, Judiciary; Berry, IUvors and H.. Stephens, tho conversing and then ditions of thooo countries. The bill For the Little Ones, also, at jority. Monday she bad a local candi Harbor and Foreign Affairs; Fitzpat- - an hour or so In of $75,000 and Mrs. Eubunk to calls for tho appropriation da to and gavo hi opponent 423 over rick und Borolng, Pensions; Turnor, accompanied Mr. to meet the committee's expenees. Two they took tho train him. Bill is evidently in as bad odor Militia and Alcoholic Traffic; Gilbert, tbo depot, where imllar bills were presented In tho Prlvato Land Claims und Expenditures for Loulsvlllo and other points. Mr. homo, as ho Is abroad with at making it a Maccabeo Senate. Hose' object In In tbo Postolllco Department. LIVINGSTON. sued r A Chicago woman 1ms follow townsman for $100 damages for MAHRIAURS AND OTHER NEWSY ITEMS. . tvtrttt A II THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! ilCaiinC I.I. iruiH ft. a a m oiuunu. K1BSCB licr. nil I) S. McKlnnoy and James C. Hock- disproportionate to tho dam- wholly cr havo bought of Hugh Uagan hi ny limn wiiu " .i"lRO iiourisuinK biAsroHu. Kv.- .- Dec. 22, '"99. ' Phln.iTn .imm will fPHtlff. TllQ nDOVO drug store and are doing a wifo moved paper, business. Mr. Hagan and Col. Hilly Breckinridge' 5 from Wcdncday, where he tho Lexington IloralU, appear 10 oe to Corbln Dcoplo W. P. WALTON. authoritative. ilnco the colonel icern will open a drug etoro. Tho hero gave them up with much regret. boon thcro hlmiolf " to ''havo Livingston Is still growing, a num- Commcrclal-Trlbuo- o THE Cincinnati nf xnmfnrtable dwelling being un THE Lexington Herald' opposition takes Imuo with u for trying that It ccm to be better than it eupport. dor construction. Thorc Isn't a vacant editorial indicate that It think it wa It fought Mr. Goebel savagely and house in town. the real caue of Taylor' ollcRcd olco Fayette county responded with a maMr. W. II. Saltcrfleld, of Lebanon tlon, when the fact I that a larfjo num. jority of 201 for tho Kenton roan. It Junction, la hero to pond Chrlstma adand tho tamo with her parent, Mr. and Mr. A. N. opposed Bill Owen bcr of tho people H profeed t3 and never heard of county gave that traitorous individual Bcnlloy. Joe Mageo and Gcorgo B. dress can not real Is Col. Billy is evidently a Harris, of Crab Orcburd, ore clerks in oO majority. the paper. It think thla statement t. -- j ...! untiiAt. nnrt nnnmaluu. prophot without honor In hlaown coun Ward St Mageo's big store. They nro com uukiuu uu especially lnco wo "advertise that pa- try. very popular with tho lady customer. per on It merit a a raosi cxccucui. mi.. Hntilo Wcarcn. who camo up POLITICIANS!!) POLTICS. new purveyor, to bo had In club arfrom vour town to attend tho Eubank rangement with hi own most readable Tbo contest of Goebel and Beckham -- Stephens marriage, ha mado many Continuing tho paper havo not yet been died, but will be friend during her slay. say: Ono of tho liveliest old lame in L.iv- today. has In truth, tho Com.nerclal Tribune and lnrston is Mr. Carson, tho aged moth The democratic National committee causo to fellcltato not only luolf of Mrs. Susan Mullln. Sho Is clooo Gov. Taylor upon tho result In Ken- has been called to meet in Washington er to 73, but gets around like a sweet Bro. Walton and all tho Feb 22d. tucky, but urther-mormoro work now people of that State as well, Senator L. II. Carter, of Anderson slxteener and can do best It commit no egotism when t county, will bo a candidate for presi- than the average woman at her and atsiires the INTERIOR JOURNAL that It Sho has been married threo time has mado thl ORht In Kentucky with a dent pro tem. of tho State Senate. has threo sots of children. far more Intimate understanding or the The Virginia Legislature coucty men Thn three evil, from which It sought to save tho Thomas Martin for another term In the do- UluoGrassCommonwealth.than hastbo U. S. Mar. 4, who aro Keeping hotel here arc all Senate, which begins able and genial editor of tho Stanford tnir well. J. H. Stephen runs a splen paper a position It has no hesitancy In 1901. House; Wilbasing upon the mero fact of tho InteSecretary Percy Haley, of the demo- did hotel In the Mullln of an attempt Journal's support democracy, a cratic State central committee, will bo liam Field can hardly tako caro of all rior to Goebellie Kentucky's 8ergcant-at-arn.sthe of hi guest at the Eight Gables. support tho writer 1 confident, from a candidate for . while at tho Hlver Mansion, Col. char- House. his knowledge of Bro. Walton's Dillon makes everybody feol that It given wUh acter, would not have been Thero aro six Smiths In Congress, R. good to bo there. H. W. Klcc, nnoth- a full knowledge of what the ascenden- Kentucky furnishing one of them; two ambition meant to cy of his candidate' only one er Llncolnlte, und Gcorgo D. Pope, ana hi party and to the State, whose suf- Jones', two Greens formerly of Stanford, keep splenuia frage this candidate so persistently Brown. Out of 2o millionaires of tho United boarding house. strives to override. Thn I., .t N offices here aro manncu This is about as nlcoly honey coat-e- l States Senate, representing an aggre road. little pill as 'was ever given us to gate capital of $129,000,000, only ono I with tho cleverest officials on the Mr. E. FIshback, tho gen'u., ngent, swallow, and shows that Bro. Emerson a democrat. whllo tho I an adept In tho use of nice poroses. Chief Justice David L. Snodgrass, of can't do enough for a friend, csioruo:u, We renew our distinguished considera- tho Tennessee supremo court, has for- train dispatchers, L. M. . 1. of him and at the same time deslro merly announced his candidacy for tho J. A. Mudd, C. A. Mooro and tion . Mnrlmeo and Master of Trains B. from United States Senate. to emphasize that tho "evil" The ways and means committee of Roller are obllclnir almost to a fault. which hi paper snatched tho Comaro monwealth (?) is not to bo classed even the House has practically decided to Tney aro business men though, and 01- campaign attempt no modification of the internal all held In high esteem by tho neau with the imaginary. It is of manufacture entirely and served Its revenue laws at tho present session of ficials. M. P. Pike, formerly of Marctsburg, purpose. A big bugaboo was mado out Congress. of the Goebel Election law and tho opSenator Deboo tiled a petition receiv- nas opened a store and restaurant hero tie is a position papers, Including tho Commer- ed by aim from citizens of Harrods-bur- and Is doing a good business, good man, a democrat from head to worked It conurging an amendment to the cial Tribune, and speakers for all it was worth on the thoughtless, stitution making polygamy a crime foot, and deserves to do well. A number of lewd women wuo live and gullible. Goebel wa made out an under whatever condition It is prac- iut m m M -- H8H- Lot of nico tiling to nmko tlio children' heart k1. Urcful nm! entertaining. Jumper", Exnrcrt Wagon, Curt, Vneos, Dishen, Music Hoxce, Trunk, eVa, A'c. Doll, Chnlw, Wngoiw, Hahy hr ALL NEW, GOOD AND CHEAP. i IkiiiiuI to come. From now till the firtt wc will have our Clcarnncc Sale Pnnuuo for it now for cold wrnther hn kept you from lmying your Winter Gool, wrlinH, nml kept in from wiling iw many n The lmckwnnl eiwm them iiiiok we might Imvo wild. Wc urc therefore overstocked on henvy good, wo know, hut ono remedy to mid that U h-1- .i. - Cutting And Slashing The Prices. dollar". A nlo that nioun iucramil Iniannew. ThU is n sale that nienti' a Having to to voti of initny A dollar never u nt ns fur n it will during thix Kile. Wo gtmrnntca every nrtirhi sol Now is the time to trade. Hero nre n few of our .Many Bargain: as ndvemscd. linnl-earneil semi-weekl- y.' t e, Best Fancy e (.'alien cut to .'lc. -1 Wenched Cot'ou IJe. Good Ticking Cut from 10c to (5Je. 10-Urown Sheeting 12c. Good Shirting Cotton only 4Je. All Wool lied Flannel, worth 2.re, cut ICe. lied Table Linen cut from 20c to 15. Covington Jean?, worth 16c cut to 0e. Union Suit, 3 to 10, ChildrcuV and MU-tonly 2.rc. Indies' Union Suit?, 4, T, , only 2.1e; 50c 44 Our I)re?H Good? wholesale price. Imvo lccii reduced to Don't buy until yon have of quality. r.ll Wool Flannel Skirts only 40c. Outing cloth Skirts for Indie?, only 25c. One big lino of Indies' Corset", $1 iinlily, closing out price, 48c. Indies' Ilihlictl VeM?iind l'nnt?, worth 20c, only Pic. UoroSc, worth 15c lndic?' Fleece-Lin- ed 1 our line. Heavy Plaid?, the lutect, 40c, cut to 25c. and up. Outing Cloth, Good Can toil Flannel, IJc Itcinctnher we are headquarter? for Carpel? and Malting". Iice Curtain. 48c. 31. 25 Iicc Curtniii" reduced to 81. A good, licauy, Mriped fleeced lined Shirt and Drawer" for men, 10c quality, only 25c. One lot Men'? Underwear, 50c quality, cut down to .'15c to elo'c. ov i" your chance for .1 good, heavy Cap for Winter. We taught n big line of Cloth, Pluh mid Astricnu Caw at 50c on the dollar, 50c quality marked down to 25c. 4e Shoes, Children's School Shoes. to 8, 75c quality, only 50c. Children'.. School, 12 to 2, 81. cut to 75c. Indies' Patent Tip, worth 81 25 reduced to 75c. Men'? Fine Shoe?, 08c, worth 81.25. Hoys' Hueklc Work hoo" only 75c. Indies Heady Made Dre.j Skirt?, 81.50 quality, marked down to 08c All other drc? kirt?, blue, Mack and gray, marked down in proportion. Shoe?, rt g, iVeTV Cajies and Jackets. THE LOUISVILLE tls-tera- re STORE. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS llfe-siz- bath-hous- Craig Hooker's. ENTITLED TO ONE CHANCE. I I .Mac-cabc- o James Frye's Christmas Bargains. 1 pro-nii- falr-ralnd- cd Lap Robe, flIoquette Rugs, ty Carpet or Matting, Suit Clothes, Neck Ties, I e, For Christmas Gifts Medallions, Ebony Goods, Mounted With Sterling Silver. t ' BOOKS .A.2STID V TOYS. SlK PENNY'S DRUG STORE. i,iWr,iii,ifirt'iiWMi1,firttiiiiiirii SfrXHSSS 1 i i fin styraaasaaaiTaasnaW; ' a aai7Taaiinai JMrt ttt aiTi "fliiinv. X.MAS THE INTERIOR JOURNAL SrANFORD, Kv E. C. present at Hamilton's. I "jUr.yt patent kid shoot for ladles. Sco 20 mln TOHAY but nlno hour anil them nt John P. Jones', utcs lonjj. - Dkc. C2, 1899 FlKK cracker that will jar tho town at F. I). nation's. Cotton seed meal for milk cows for shelving In It Is something new under salo at Ocorgo II. Farrls A Co ' the tun. Hto lino ol cooKlnir and hcatlne stoves Just In at Geo. II. Farrls ft Co's. JUST received a barrel of finest No Orleans molasses at Warren ft Shanks'. . m says ho Is going to havo tho prettiest storo In town when tho tntorlor Is completed Tho Will Seveiiance 3 GEO. H. FJJKRIS & CO.. HAVE- - NEWS Walton, Dubinkbs Manaof.ii. OF THE VICINAGE. Nkw arrival of men' nt John P. Jones'. onnmcl shoos The best materials combined with Till: top o' tho mornlnp and tho rom- care, kill anil accuracy iniuro Rood results. No other methods aro uver pllmcnt of tho season to you. used In our preorlpiloD work, I'onny Sri: our (0 CO and 17 diamond rlnirs Drujr Store Pretty and cheap. Hamilton. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Dn. J V 1'eyton Tuesday to sea a patient. Mibs Maiiy MoAkkk Is visiting Mrs. T. A. Coulter at Danville. I)it. II. A. Jonkh Inn gone to Columbia to tpoml the holidays. Mim. Willi am Kick, of Hlchmond, U vUltlnir Mis Freda Mclor. MI8H HK88IR Iti'UNHlUK, of Garrard, Is with Miss Pearl IJurnsldo. Mil. AND Mus. SAM L. & N. paid out moro money wont to Lebanon tho last pay day than nny since 1802. F, D. HaLLOU has paid tho town license of 12.'. and has thacxcluslvo right to sell II ro works of all kinds. Is rapidly IlKATlNd stovo sen-o- n passing. Come nnd sco us for bottom prices. HlRglnsib McKlnncy. m The i 8altf.ii, of Fay- ette, aro guests at M, F. Ktktn's. ItORKHT Waknkii. Ixlloy, III., Is with his sitter, Mrs. J. W. l'crrln. Mus. Maiiy Klla IlKWiTTand children are back from a visit to Louisville. UoiieiitS. Lytlb wont to iievier Wednesday to sco after his coal Inter-- . csls. Mish Noli a PHILLIPS has gono to Lebanon, O., 10 attend the Normal School thcro. MUS. Maiitiia Sr.VEUANCE and Sam Walton Severance aro up from Louls-vll- lo to spend Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams. Miss Dollie McHoiieiits Is helping her undo, V. H. McKobcrts, during tho Christmas ruth at hit store. Miss MaooieLivinostoN attended tho marrlago of Miss Annlo May Stephens to Will Kubanks at Livingston. Mil. It. N. Owkss, a conductor, of Salem, Ind , Is lslllng IJrod-hen- d. tho family of W. II. Collycr at well-kno- TDK fiscal court meets today to mnka a partlnl settlement with tho sherllf ns to tho county levy for this year. STOCK 1,1 sales will bo held as usual at Lancaster Monday and as usual also tho I. J. representative will Imj thcro. cy wor New combs, fancy pockctbooks, both In Hattcnburir and broidery at Mrs. Kuto Duddcrar's. Mt. fnn- - oni Til Kin: will bo a Chrlasttm trcu nt Xunla school houta Saturday night, Dec. 23rd, to which every one Is Invited. IN order to cloio their partnership, MUS UOIIEIIT CHAITELL, of UbaMcstas. L. L. Doty nnd W. II. Murphy anon Junction, Is visiting her parents, will havo a sala of their stock Dec. 20. See add. CllKISTMAS TllEE. ter asks us to say that there ado-noo- Mrs. Leslie Car will bo a Christmas trcn althoChristlnn church, n Turnersvlllc, Monday at 2 o'clock. has been superintendent of this division of tho L. fi N. and not Supt. Logsdcn asnt first rcortcd. Miss Sallie C.ivens, who Is teach-In- g nt Pittsburg, Is down to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Given. Mus. B P. OWSLEY and daughter, Miss Mattlo Hays, will arrlvo today from Columbus, Ga , to spend tho holiMil. Daniel Uiikck M. C. Hurnsldc. Mus. Welch recoUcd a letter thl morning from Hro. Hurnc at Frankfort that ho would go to Washington to .pond tho holidays with his family. day with Mr. Foit live times In 10 days the Cincin nati Southern trains from Cincinnati hayo failed to connect at Junction City with tho L. k. N., thereby delaying ATTENTION Is called to tho advertisemall 18 hours. ment of tho While Hotel nt Corbln. W. II. Carrier I proprietor and tho DOZEN or so Lancaster Odd Fel throughout. Is tlrst-cln- s Tuesday night nnd saw hotel lows cumo over some lino work In the lodge hero. By Jos. GiNSiiuita hus bought tho cottho ay tho degrco team of that order tage of Mis Llcclo Hcazlcy on Upper hero Is said to bo tho tlnett In this sec- Main Street for J800 and hi brother, tion. JncobGlnaburg, and family, of Louisville, havo moved to It. THE police judge of Louisville didn't Jennie Given' story that sho Diioited Dead. Oliver Duller, ono hau 'eon forced to marry Hartlctt Carr of tho best men In tho Eubank section, and dismissed the cuso against her and dropped dead In Eubank Thursday Mrs. Ulcbards, agalmit whom tho girl Ho wns US year old and leuves a young swore out warrants. wife and scvcrnlachildrcn. , Dr. Hnrry Cowan, aged 38, died" at Danville. Ho wag a on of Dr. George m Cowan, and a flno physician. A LAI robo would mako a nlco ChristThe L. fi N. n. II. Co. I putting a Y In nt Psrksvllle. mas prcsonu Get one at J. C. Thoy will run thrco freight train there nnd then He fixed for tho billiard by having mako only two from there to Lebanon Junction, thereby making n great sav-In- g o. your coal put In now. J. II. Junction City Post. a petition, signed by DOO citizens. coal mottly Give your wlfo a wagon load of member of Ml. Olleal a ml for a Christmas present. J. II. Haugh-ma- n Klrksvlllo churches, ha been prceent- ft Co. eu 10 county Jutlgo Ml on. nrotnstln.. Foil SALE. 11 Lincoln county bonds against tho issue of liquor license In of.7X)cach. Apply at First Natlorlal mu rwrKSVlllo UlstrlCt. Tho Commonweolth was clvnn Uank, Stanford. Judgment against tho First National Go to Danvlllo and examine A. K. Hank, of London, for taxes. State. Gibbon's holiday novelties before buy- - county nnd municipal, on It capital Ing your Xmas presents. tock of JSO.OOO, beginning with 1838, . . Loaded, with n big stock of Holiday and 20 per cent, penalty becauso thn bunk had failed to list Its stock for Goods of every description. Cdmc In taxation for tboso year. Tho bank and sec us. Warren fi Shanks. appealed to tbo circuit court, whence WE aro headquarters for all kinds of 11 win 00 taken to tho court of appeals. Tho hoe, gent's furnishing, hat n.i feed: hay, corn, oats, millet, straw. sblpstulT, Ac. J. II. Uaugbman fc Co. clothing house of Howlnnd . U ,, I oldest establishment of it kind in Dan- IN order to rcduco our stock, will vine, lha bouse win format i tur.a sell hay at a very closo price for tbo by tho vcnerablo S. V. Howinn.l. !, next few weeks. J. II Haughman ft dropped out of tho Arm in 18S2, and it Co. i now conuueted by William S. and David P. Howland. W. S. Howlnnd THE boy aro making night hidcou by stiootlng flrn cracker and pistols, ha been with the houeo sluco 18C.I) and whl.-It Is liopeu iney w.n soon get nas been In business on Main street in Danville longer than anv man In thiougb with. -town, with ono exception. Advocate. dressed doll FltEE. Handsomely ino given nway by Craig Allockcr. Every visited Advocate say that burglars the homes of Judge H. J. of a doll I entitled to a purchaser Breckinridge and Prof. Geor T. chnnco. SchoolQeld. Thov stole Jml.. nni,. The round house ut Corbln Is to bo inridgc' trousers nnd evervthinir thov enlarged llvo stalls and this rankes the contained In tho way of rnlunble. but licoplo thcro think tho L. fi N. division ilt In his ynrd two strange pair of tho arr.o garments. At Prof. I there for good Schoollleld's they got a watch liaugh-mnn.tCn T Christmas JI Goods Galore ! 0 IIiuulHomest Line of Lumps nnd Cliiniuvnrc ever brought to town, flgf Every thing Good to Ent. PBESEHTS. We wish to slate for the licncfit of nny nnd nil perron desiring to purclinse gmxls for tho Holidnyg that wo will furnish nny thing handled liy Jewelers at reduced prices. Our plan U to receive oniers accompanied uy Lnsh tor Diamonds, WaloHes Snlid and 1'lntcd Ware of nny innkc hm Fine ciocKs, or patiern, loiict Articles, Uutuins Wnre, &c, nt such prices ns will make it nn to patronize n.. Catalogues can Iks seen and prices learned by npplying to At the Store of ct THOMAS DALTON. This U ROBERT FEN Z EL, FOR- Special and will Save You Money. aIIEADQUARTEKS Santa Claus ! Jones' Store This WeeR Will display dead loads of pretty things for Christmas presents. They have lovely Handkerchiefs for Men, Women and Children, Late Xoveltlcs In NeckVrcar for La. d'es and Gents, Kid Gloves for Men, Women and Children, beautiful Fascinators for Young Ladies. LAND AND STOCK. L. If. Wells sold to Bob Ktlwar.i combined marc for $U0. ,.... John C. Penning lum..),, ,.t c cell, of Bockcastlo, 17 colve at $17. Dr. J. H. Owsley sold to E. car load of good cotton mule W. Lee a at J70. nuoeri coiner sold to Bradlev fc Slaughter, of Boyle, a lot of nog's G.S. Shelby bought of -ues a ounctl of WOfk muc- varlnni. - fti- The I?ew Ideal Mulllers for Younjj Men, Ebony Novelties Trimmed in Sterling Silver, Toilet Sets, Shaving Sets, Cult' Boxes, Dog Collar Belts, Bolt . Buckles, Beauty Pins, &c. A variety of Foot Stooli, some made In work box patterns, handsome Silk Waist ,. . . .. . r i auunif, .uenerucu oaiceni, ami tnose lovely Moreen SKlrtmgs go now at 40 cents per yard, nothing nicer for a Christmas present They nre selling Itibbons for fancy work at 5 cents per yard, anil thousand of other things so nico for Christmas pres. ents and so cheap, be sure you ro there. Remember the place. IIOlTi.lt. f lliuton-vlllwho has been tho attractive guest of MUs Annlo Huffman, left yesterday for her home. Lexington Herald. Miss ANNir. McPheuson, who has lieon visiting her mother, Mrs. Ilcttto Mcl'hcrson, matron at tho Joseph Price Infirmary, went homo yesterday. MUS. IlOMKKT FEN7.EL with lltllo Malthuw went to Cincinnati yesterday to strand tho holidays with her son, Koburt, who is attending school In the city. Miss AMELIA c. T(1E manager of tho Opera House havo beard nothing of tho Hawthorne SUlc booked to npciir Saturday night. They havo doubtless gono to tho wall nnd their inanuger dld'nt have tho courtesy to Inform us that they wouldn't bo horu. Huugbman mado our business manager happy tho other day by sending him n liberal supply of tho prcttlct nnd best butter ho has seen In many a day. They have Jerseys exclusively and that Mr. making butMil. JOHN H. HikKU und family Haughman is an expert at ,,.v..,l (mm Ilustonvlllo to Lancaster ter thcro Is no doubt. I yesterday, where ho will work for tho SOMEHODY remarked to Mr. A. A. M..rwtninlc Co. Lincoln's Mnchlno McKlnncy lhat ho expected that ho lo-- s Is Garrard's gain. would get 100 big for hi broeche Mil. H. L. GOSE, of Kuell county, when ho went to Danville. "No, I B. Lackey's 'n.. has rented Mr. S. won't," said McKlnncy, "I'm going farm on tho Crab Orchard pike, 217 to tuko Thomp Hnney's mammoth acres, for 1300 and will movohls family pair that he advertises to glvo nway to to It on Jan. 1. any man who can wear them and then MUS. ADEL1A WOODS has given up my I'll bo suru not to her Dosltlon nt tho Ilustonvlllo Tele pantaloon." regret of rT phono Bxchango much to the HlcKSlsgood enough to make us 1,0.. irlrmis. the writer especially, for ho Is Indebted to her for many good this promise: "Tho Indications aro Items. that Christmas will be clear, or clearKitvski.i.ey remembered his ing, with rising barometer and quite a parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Nunnolley, cold In most section of tho country. by Solstice squull of wind and local snowverv handsomely for ChrlBtma ending them iillnophsi'ton, which they storm will provull hero und there, but ...... nf as unv child will bo no general storm will bo In progrcs Monday of what Santa Claus brings It oxcept, perhaps, over tho North At Mil. Thomas Duuan, ono of tho lantlc ocean.' clovercst advertising ugonts that over Those who fulled to uttond tho lec repreontcd any house, wns hero Wednesday and renewed for about tho doz turonnd ontortulumont given by Mr. ..nth tlmo tho adortlsemont of tho Spill. nun Illgg missed ururo treat, for II. B. Mucklen ft Co' rom im un entertainer of unusual capabilities. HI lecture wa full ol wit and mile. Mil. AND MltS. A. A. MCKINNEY wisdom nnd hi whistling und singing havo moved their furniture to Danville wore very tine. Mcglbbon Klmbrough, and will occupy room In tho Harding tho very superior pianist, materially Hut. Mi. McKInnoy goes to Clifton asstslcd In making tho cntiru program ,, Forge, Va., tonight to visit her daugh-..- u' must enjoyable ono. K. Smith, and will re- Mm W. THE busiest p'uoo In town I J. II. m n.mvlllo Jan. 1. at which tlmo Haugbmun fi Co.' Boiler Mill. All Mr. MoK. take hi position In CollecI bustle and activity thcro and nottor Yorke' olllcu. 21 u out-gro- w Fine Hutteh Mr. und Mr. M. S. Bowers A Busby' col- MlNSTHELS Anderson Cnrr B.i, . t . . .. lossal minstrels, carrying 30 people, a derson of Savannah ' nblaek ha?' big brass band of 1(1 piece and a sym- ncssgoldlngforSlOO. phony orchestra, will glvo an An Indiana raon sold , Iwi monster . date performance nt Wnlton s Opera Shorthorn steer, " to a Louisville butcher nfTiT House, Dec. HO. It. IK Dunn, Jr., who rode 1 JS The supervisor of Stanford' assess- Carpenter last summer, hn. .1 ment raised It about JSO.OOO and found 1(1,000 worth of proicrty not listed. thl Tho total amount of tho assessment as supervised Is In tho neighborhood of u dard. 60 acres frou Ilood Wnr Mn, " millions of dollar. ., .... ... Auvocaie. Hcut. Joo King, a brakeman on iJL' '" S'n.ccl of Ylrglnla, bought a sldo of XI was hurt thl frolght No. "Khmaii and A Sm.H' stallion from tho aC Junction City about 10.30 last night tcr ami three Aberdeen cattle from nnd I at the Curpenter Houso now un" "nd bhlp,'ed tbem toh' Peyton' treatment. Ho Stat" up-to- tl&l ofW6rlrrTn nd J Hockcastle, bought a t. ... I JOHN P. JONES, Stanford. &&BfflEmEBBmsfflEm8mvmBgmi -- L weeSnei; .V IF YOU NEED A- - JCDuf thri der Dr. J. F. was climbing up on a car when tho grab bar broke and he fell, badly wrenching his back and hurting himself otherwise. CQinter Wrap Don't miss this opportunity to get one from tisat the I man t 1 well-kno- In Caldwell school house. Two more of thu men who were seen with ihcso In orl,T loilNwIye pjirtmrslilp. wo will Hie rullowinj. iruwrir, aro missing and may bo captured later. possibly thoy may havo beeu tho fcl low who relluved hi safo, but hu could get nothing from tho olllcor by that would connect them with Early Wednesday morn- uKTJruti.'BV" .D.l'rVfuV0 ing word camo from Parksville, say tho Advocate, that a number of men Turkeys were loitering near there, and Capt. Helm decided to Investigate, a ho ha been on the lookout for tho parties who havo been burglarizing different residence In this section. Tne susW. II. CWIlltlKIt. l'ltOK., pect wcro found ncur tho railroad water tank closo to Purksvlllo and CORBIN, - KENTUCKY. were arrested without any troublo. When searched they had four revol- Clo. to Vttomst, lV,t. ihroujliout. mu ver und u lot of Implement that might IlJlMj-'jday. burglar. All llvo of tho be used by men uro white und dressed better than OF ordlnury trumps. Hearts from Parks-vlll- o flg AND FAE1IIN0 IMPLEMENTS. Tuesday night thoy slept ay that Suspects t Nnrragansctt rEP ""T.w Klnl-clsn ur REDUCED court ' ""i-- " -- WHITEHOTEL. PRICE ! vucat-catc- d Tlie.e goods must go nnd it you want to save money and get a new and ttylMi Jacket or Cape cheap como to us. WaTAfter Jtiti. 1, 1D00, wc will occupy the room recently by 13. K. Wearcn, on Fountain Sipiarc, oppo-it- o tho Frmm. - SHLE STOCK 11 Postmaster Florence thought that FRIDAY. DEC. 1 pnlrS-enr-Dlil telo-pho- no pnlr aged Wurk Mulrs. 1 Miiro .Mules. 1 pair Aluiut II l of 11I00 Ewi. U SlioutH ii lot of A 29TH. 1899. THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. Gallery in Central Kentucky, having been ro This is now the mot ccntly equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Louses; the now discovery in optical scleuco I wish to say to the Ladies that i ai::ai:::tf Opposite Court-hous- SEVERANCE A SOVS. Jan. e after Ut, 1900 Nlou 1 ii, LOCAlT HAPPEN1NBS. J GO to Dalton for good watch work. " alo. Ap OS OH 70 acres of land for ply to D. W. Vandovcur. an UOMAN cundlos, Hro crackor torpedoc at F. D. Hullou'm -- day, hour withstanding it run making 100 barrel of Hour nnd 2i0 bushuUof meal, Mr. Huugbmun tell us that ha I llvo or six day behind In his order. Ho ha a viry largo trado in Virginia and Tennessee, often shipping 40,000 ound ut a tlmo to ono point ulono. . A Hockor' store. W. II.iHIggln. " iin ifi'M-p-ltno- over Craltf fc ta ft, tock of orange, bunana. plain und fancy candle at Higgln& i.'hi.mii V McKlnnoyJ; Wlnfroy THE school of Prof. M. O. and J. H. McAluter, Jr., win .u0 today till Jan. 1. will bo The telephone oxchungo 2 to a 7 to 0 A. M., and open only from of Christ-m- o v. m., Monday, on account day, sy run by Mr. Win, big boarding-hous- e, Hunn, wa entered betweon 2 und 3 o'clock Wcdnusday morning and tiro started In four different room, two of them In clossl and unoinor uonind u lino new piano, rtiura wu only ono boarder In tho main building tho othor (studonu) having gono to their home for tho holidays, und tboro I no clew to tbo mysterious incondlury. Mr. Hunn lost most of her furniture, but tbo building was saved. Her loss I covered by Insurance. dispatch from Dunvlllo uy: A robbery. THE Improved Order of Bed Men ha been added to tho numerous secret ordors that thrlvo and nourish In Stanford. Tho 3S charter member gotten up by F. W. Jono mot nt Odd Fellow Hall Wednesday night and organled by tho election of Col. W. G. Welch, achom; Judgo J. P. Bailey, senior sagamore; Dr. B. A. Jones, Junior sag. nmoro; John B Mention, prophet; Dr. W. N. Craig, kcopor of tho wampum; Ed Wllklnsou, collector of tho wum-puGeorge II. Coopor, keeper of tho records, nnd W. II. and Thoma Tray-to- r and George L. Penny, trustees, ono for six moon, another for 12 moon and tho 3rd (or 18 month. Theo olllcor will bo Installed and tho lodgo fully Instituted on tho night of Jan, 3d. Tho order t a bcnovolent and social ono and pays $5 a week for sick benetlt, $50 on tho death of a member and 925 on tho death of a member' wife. Tho Inltlatlou feo Uooly 0 and tho due 50c a month. rood Sowa, und ono Miilo Uog, lorm inuilu known on iluy of anlc. L. L. Dotv. W, II. Mmiriiv. running finplvmi-nt- . public lUvlug :le or stock m I ceof HllUn THESEJustLENSES FLATTER. received a large stock of tho very lii,ht irony (a Danville, ,lwlr Marwood at ul.Jc ul the lollowlnj fo hTaJ ul ialtl. Iir o wlild, ,r, nlafi Vrad', Saturday, December a$t IkW.al Hie farm of Tto.. i:. WouJ, katest Designs t) JVJouldigs Patterns never sold lu this locality(beforu - have to bo seen to bo appreciated. Suit able for framing from the simplest photograph to the wiiit elaborate paintings. moulding! specially for suitable Among the lot is tho New French "Fleur.De-LU- " delicate pictures, Kmbrotdered Mats, French Water Colors, and all picturta that re. Polled Dnriaa anj Polled Angus Heifers, quire a dainty frame When In Dauville, call and tcuusaiid net our prices. We All brril lo rmUttrvd and hltib.iira.la l.ulla " 11.11. will save you money. )24 Thlrd'Slrwjt Opposite Tost Olllcc, Danville, Ky. l Killed Durham iuobU?; e llullUli; ,H llred la lamb In Kehruar r and March. 3 Urt. aiiaayranoldueit fining, 3 ofihl.l. are hrd lu 1(. I. lliiklile's Jaik J il Z. i n !J and a year, old r'rlg. l ILlcd llajr. Ul willel Karuilojui .".u Vn .? DgofDlMllarruw, .liiiwt ;, i ",to? ui5i lulKawn, I Miorw Wagon, 2u0 Shucis i ???," l'nl- filra Dick.' Cultlu othvr tblnita not un.ntlnii.bl h... ..i...i( x,o lib Trriua made knowu on daj of ule. J. LYNN. 125 Extra CoodCrado Ewes i Cypress Shingles f MaiehnclloJa!. ', jnu,, fcS 1 Iron Fence. M ii '.ft' t rs rA.UQA.CNl Metal Roofing. cmTxnrTT Tjrr- omnrvxWiUJis'i Mi r !Wik. .. u. itmp vmiip i Ywjmi fc THEINTErdOR JOURNAL Enteral in tecoml-clat- BRIEF HEWS NOTATION. the ttl-offl- t matttr. Tho ieaon's ujrar crop In tho Hawaiian ilanctn amounts to 232,807 ton. Tho Alhnmbrs, tho famous convon al Stanford at Hon hall of Syracuse, was destroycJ by flro. SPxldawa Great Clearing Sale RACKET V I Samuel Gornpcr wn unanimously JrtillaLnd.'Xu.d,a.yai president of tho Federation of Lnbor. A Ncero was lynched In tho food $1 State of Pennsylvania, at Dunbar, for will heenanted OT Win nol HNiitsa.OO murder, Tuesday. N'lno lives were lost In two blc tcno ment houses which wcro destroyed by flro In Now York. Lexington Kston Fain, a boy, caught hold of an arc light and was Instantly killed. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Seven persons woro burned to death Ko. 5 ArrrlTeaat Stanford at 1 08 A.. M. and others Injured In two tcuement " Ho. 4 Leaiea Stanford at house fires In Now York. No. 21 Arrlfe. at Rowland it 1J.00 DAT. 2:W r. M. No.M Uea Stanford t Tho assessed valuo of Lexlocton real cstato and personalty has fallon off KNOXVILLE DIVISION. from last year's assessment. JIMm At. Titrnnn. Ind.. a man shot and Ha. M Train Oln j North .. 2 41 m .. a kU ..It 51 p perhaps mortally wounded his stepson, South ...- W di .?a who was robbing tho ola roan's saro. Kortllirolnti. Magistrate McMamara, pardoned by JgO'JUU TICKETS 80Ll. Taylor, Is still In jail at Lexington, IIAOOAHE CHECKED TIlBOUCIil there being two jail sentences against Fat any Information enquire ol him. JOK S. RICE, ApM, Stpnhcn Lewis, who celebrated his Stanford, Kj. lOOdth birthday Oct. 24 In tho church CINCINNATI. FMNKFORT AND hn Imllt SO vcars ago. Is dead near Frankfort tt ' "'', J" .". Knoxvlllo. ThobodyofLt.n rumby laid In state uu muuuu0 Frankfort it 9.1J ai- mo capttoi in iviiuui.ui V:"..h upon tho cold features KSftSA a. o. P. A. . "' peopto looked Jutli of tho dead hero. j At Columbia, S.C .Curtis M.Taylor, QUEEN & CRESCENT. i annrtr ninnnnnr. lit tun - .. -- ,... - iifiwti v iiiiii ut jetton City followi. Train. r the State penitentiary, was caught In -- ?i;',thBhf.irlr,and whirled todeath. His StiS,hZ:nSPm "4 " "ll'sMpm b(xiy WIW crushed to a shapeless ma3 "io " Sii. , 1 ,n IjOCHI UIJUUU Mil 1UU M UJ v.w.w not ilon. .n.l mui lh?r than Junction wiy. m.1 mmrUtxrlnl illntrlpt hv a malorltv of 52. It was an exciting election. All of tho prominent women were on tho streets alt day taking an active part in the election. Tho treasury department has decided to relievo tho money situation by do- Doalting from $30,000,000 to S40,0OO,0OO of tho treasury surplus In depository banks Io different cities. This action follows a violent Hurry on the Now York Stock Kxchange. Tho federation of Labor convention at Detroit unanimously Indorsed Presi dent Gompers views In opposition to wars of conquest and expansion. The convention also declared against any Increase In tho standing army and against "contract slavery" in Hawaii And Dealer in DUnder an act of Congress passed SASNZS?, SASDLXBT.&b ' March 2, 189.1, the railroads or the en tire country were to have all trains STANFORD. KY. equipped with safety appliances for coupling cars. The work was required to be done by January, loOs, but tbe task was so great that an extension of two years was granted and January, 1900, fixed as tho time. The roads have now asked of the Interstate Commerce Commission an additional year In which to comply with the law and it has been granted. The McNamara pardon business is showing some Lexlngtonlans up In bad light. The publication oiall records in case shows that Capt. S. G. Sharp, president of the Honest Election League, signed a petition for McNa-mara- 's wwmmurwmmwm pardon, then signed a petition asking tho governor not to grant tho pardon; that Gen. Sam E. Hill, who went to see Taylor and asked him to not pardon McNamara, was the actual causo of the pardon being granted; that McNamara asked his brothers to sup. Now golug oo at tbe port Stanley MHward for mayor; that MUward's father was the last man who went to I'ro Tern. Gov. Taylor and pleaded against the pardon. General Henry V. Lawton was shot and killed at San Mateo. Ho was Clothing. I loot., Miom, You can bur Dry flood, KurnUhing standing In front of his troops, was Hit ami Car l.iditV inl fjjods for lew than ev?r I fore. Now Is your 3hot In tho breast and died Immediateutue io lupjiiy joursen anu idimij wuu ly. Ho was from Indiana and wa9 general In tho army with tho : GARMENTS rank of major till tbe opening of tho WINTER war with Spain when President Mc eter IWore. Come one, Kioley appointed him brlgadlu of vofor lrt U anl Ulo tbe aliauti;e while tht Kreatial) U lunteers and assigned him to tho comgoiiiuou t the More. Vou vHl never net ucb an itiruinity o luy Kolt theap ju you mand of a dlvUion of tho llfth army can iuj now. iuun ior great juraiui. corp, commanded by Gen. Shatter. In July, lfe!)3, ho was chosen for tho Important duty of opening military operations against the Spaniards by JTh Che3K't More lit the Couutry. tho capture of Cancy and tho Inter ccption of the Spanish reinforcements NOTICE! then nearlng Santiago de Cuba Uo sailed fur the Philippine Islunds Jan iiittlA tiiul llavin with ountr court ... :. ..f.l .iiu.. j, ii at Miliinw ..iTP.irui r. ... ranjlllli(l( IIU 10, 1809. tut u urriiy guru mat I will move utl court Gen. Lawton married .Miss Mamie t lUneit rritular Irriu In Jnutrr, I'.kki, lu ro ICiitlg. of I'uwco Valley, Ky., and was loiie Miofrom all Hal.llUvon uiiimut thereof. II IIKI.M. AuUnw, In Louisville November year ago O. M. bKioiiauior. PER YEAR CASH 0Si '- 20 SfiMSS' Z. i' - PLEASANT POINT. The district school at this placo .Undortalcor, last Friday. Sam Young teacher. , lluitonviUe, Kentucky Tho little ulrl of Logan tfalls, who Ika hr.U aMVmI .!. v hiirncd. dlid from tho effects and . . i ..t.. t.. ..it itnek a fVfflnaafiil IJl rAlal CAftk tho remains were deposited In 1'leasat.t fiatlwijion band , I), 8. CrpntfT, MDtjr. Point grave yard. tilled his appoint Uov. Ira Partln ment hero last Saturday and Sunday, closing out bis pastoral work for tho third year In succession. DENTIST, Program has been arranged for me fifth Sunday meeting at Pleasant Point Stnurord church for tho inirposo of discussing Hlblo subjects. A good and profitable Ky. tlrao Is expected. rwinguorso- Fountain D shon. wmio ! back on tho Stanford Si SomoYset pike, OPTIONS ON lost his pockolbook containing about WANTED. $200, but luckily for blm an honest stranger camo along, finding It and tho would like to take option on pixyifnrma name on somo paper that It contained, In Lincoln County. Knr term and WM. I.AMK1IIAK gavo It to Mr. Jeffries to keop until tho KrlRcir, Ky. 13 owner could bo found. Ho has now got his pockolbook and money and raado Inquiries for tho man, wishing to reward hlra for his kindness. hlnaV tat " i.. .A. Hen Kouton, whllo hewing cross ties, Thellllia liraaa wnnwrie. ."'"'-,.- an.1 ruen. r cut his foot badly. Tho wlfo of James orchard, awntree, arapea. nU fruit', ornamental .. .. ...ski.... Dvc. who hw been suffering a great ,,,rui- - am, "7"" tar. In - 11' h an e menu p7 " r,,". ,VV.;,..,. fct' of an abcessln her side, II. "Il,"""I application to deal on account telephone JW. seems to be getting along reasonably well. Since Drs. O'Uannon and Thompson performed an operation. It Is thoucht she will recover, u. a. iox, LIVERY, FUD AND SALE whllo loading logs A fow days ago, got STABLE, his head hurt very badly. Dr. ThompKENTUCKY son was called In to sco him. Ho Is DANVILLE, now up again. nnil Mulea ccnatnntly on Imnd ami lloraca tor attic at nil time. -- irxTTHrtonnifia headache uiwt Ir. Klnj'a WouM quickly 1mt you, If you a J. T. SUTTOPr, Mammoth Bronze Turkeys, I Residence For Rent room nml largo lawn. Mra. F.ra Ward, Crab )rchard 9 to Ilaa Apply ralaed from a Tom tuat welpfhed 3Mi llw. when 10 nionlha old. Voltnc Toma. .ll l'iil tela, 1 each. (T) Mna. J n.J.VSt, llnnford havo for aale Mammoth ItronroTiirkeya, A. B. PRICK, Sargeon Dentist, NV2 an HfPHHw Oealar AllTIIUIlO CAKTI.r.UAK R, A. JONES, JOHN C. PEPPJLKS fa a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County auhject to tho notion of Dm democratic party. Your aiiiHirt l aotlclted. Stftnfurd, Ky. OffiMuTer UdlohorU' liruf Start In lb MnllJlDg. j& a.e a -'- DINK IMKMKR la a candidate for .taller, auhject In tho action of the democratic party. Uo mllolta your support. JOIIM II. CAall.I?, llHrCKISIUIKIIS t.AMIIIAM ROYAL FARS i J. MULCHHY, repreeiilatle of HH-cl- ri rtUrtlcu-laraiddrc- TREES.TREES &! """ "";. r;f'. ,,. & CO., Merchant Tallora, 'IT Wet flh ("I reel. Cincinnati, O.. Will dlaplay "ample at the Ht. Aanj.li Motel Largeat Fire tu.uranre Company In tht In Stanford on the Mill of FjicIi Month. World. work. A All carmenu fitted on. Ihla method of inl.llt la an lmp.nUlty with 'l'' doing bualni. Cull and I l Hamplm Fall and Winter, Managera Southern Department. GRUnER, HU8AEU INSURANCE COMPANY o: Liverpool. Barbee & Cattleman, UTlile, Ky, POSTED I General Ufllcera, Columbia llultdlng. Loulo (38) B. G. FOX, whwe name,aif appear Ol BflT The . l.utlaiM .. armfl of the year kind at any time... ... ...a ..ii on their orUn J. ... me .it..,ii " and win prwcuw aw any who Tlolate. II McAIMer. Ii, llueh Held. !' John 117 Fmter. tori-ttu- a T M. H. "uuVhm.n. f J. I.tniirj. i. v lintiFhinan. J II. McKlnney. J ! Ow.ley.iir. -- Ml.'1"""'" ' '";, Lincoln County National Bank. Capital ritockyllon.OTO.; ueeeamr K. M. wrv naif proi-nNw l.ifrmiL ThouMinUofiiitlcrrr"anil Neriumt for Mck their . luatchl.ti . n merit I Trr them. Onlv i cured. Sold hy fenny, neriea ami l.ull.l up .k. .. I.l.k1 n.! jour health. Ur'" rttx. Money hack lirugkiit. -- lrnn DR. R. COLDSTGIN. ,.Tiir.... If not Celebrated Eye Specialist, FOR SALE. Solicits Your Bank (,0.l,lll.thorw.cra...r. ...... Acoount, rl.i JerT $'"? tilheu "tf,?w .lr. at. .1 liL Ik. nuial taitllll. -;. W. . r lar .Ira na ot nirn' ami mu .it all ralll. r.ml.lae.1 lb. inbred IWi..liul .; " lVlriilSJ ai. dam Inf.nia IWfo a wlnnl atvil wer. -- oof Mr b,ri at Ih. Worl.l a lair l'1""" ej. anl uniler aama uu.lf loThr Karniera llank A Tru.l Oimpanj Manaavniaol enntlnn fur T Yeara. JX.frtcGbAY MIIMTOItS' Thn Snuthern Hallway has arranged ,,"7?1, J.J. William.. i),"Vl.uthJo-n.;r,sWla- n. one third for tho round rate o! fare and Iiftxl IfJIU i.ai.i J.S. (iw.ler, Sr , - Kentucky, KrhSEif ',VhrA.,r..hL. m. WlllLiu iM.tb trip for tho Christmas and New Year Louisville, A. W. 0tnlrf, or writ, lor HlH.y";UllUfli and K,, holidays. Tickets will bo sold by all Willi at the W. II.I.'uoiiuId,, J. K l.tna. 22d, 23d, 2th, 'itb, Mth, V. ,,.r..k. agents Dec. VVttWMlk. IS. II.Miinl. Hotel, Stanford, Wed J. V. Caib, ;ilst, and Jan. 1st, with return limit St. Asaph J. H. Owalar. nesday, Jan. Jra. 4th. 1U00. For Schools and Col i.n. TARDIF, (IKKICr.lW: MISS1EVELYN will be effective leges, holiday rates lift tint in g on( day in tach month. . II. Sha.. PraahUnt: 15th to 21st. Inclusive. Ilnal limn The SoamstresB. J.ll. 0ilT,a.hler; OImmi ScleatlficaUy Vf. W. llrUnl. ALCaahl.f. 1000. The special arrango-mo- nt Eyei Zxnlnai and Jan. lib, Plain and Faahlonal.le ewlnK. CuttlnR au AS.jas-.scffcctlvo upon cer Water Worka fnr atudcnU Is Filling a Specialty tificates from tho Principals of Schools BANK and Colleges. For further Information, W S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., FIRST NATIONAL rate, etc.. anoly to nearest agent of OK8TANIOKI), KT. w. A.BEAZLEY, Pror., LancnHtcr, Ky. tho Southern railway or connecting Pass. Agt., OEAB OROHARD, KENTUCKY. lines. W. A.Turk.Gen'l Teeth Extracted Without Pain I Washington, D. C. Wm. H. Tuyloe Splendid AccommodatUina. - CajiiUlStcck 1100,000. Sarplui, 117.633 SI ... ... i..... bH Ui.li.liiir Well. With Vltallud Air. Nijalclan In attendAsst. Gen'l Pass. Agt.. Louisville, Ky Thlalaatltutlaaorllnally aatabllihei aa tha IM. Uiualieaaonable, Fine Water. 4j Office In the New Thomjon Ilutlatnig, U call Bank of ftaaforl In lho rrarfaalaad aa been troubled for years Mvson has I tha National Hank ofSlanturJ la IMJ aailafala with chronic diarrhoea. Bometlmo ago X A.M persuaded blm to take some ol Chamberorfaalaad aa Iba (lr.1 National Ilinkof 8 tan (or J and Diarrhoea Item- - To all of my cuatomeni for tliflr literal lain's I'olic, Cholera r. rBAKClSCO, rrojrloter., o I Ml, baa bad practically aaor.lnL.rrupla.1 .lUl. and jirt!npt (wymenu and hope -- o cdy. After using two bottles oi me they will continue aa I have a l, AT DEPOT. BRODHEAD, KY. aeefor tl yaara II I. Utl.t .upplUd now will cent sire ho was cured. 1 give una t. lli'l'lnf lueb "T'.SI XIj C-- I7 Ivneo.lal and rrlnlani will lMMnt. pnit. initual ... KlK '! n. ui a. BEKZLEY HOTEL, -- THANXI'UL FRITH HOTEL. lt-ronnr- jo l, lu iu-monia- liAtfiMillH WMWi hoping some ono similarly allllct- ihom-,.- r cd msv read it and bo lienentm. am tetter prepared than liiwiH. Glencoe. O tor sale by And work for tlicin. Ciaig & Hocker. Druggists. FlrstVClass Horse jSuocr, r ido Ileal Hotel n the mountain., rale. rleTaoiealalllralna. felal ellnc wen "nIJ"r;1 facllltlM for Iranaartlnj builniwa frompll; and lib. .rally than a.arUfora la and Inill.MaalaaoIlclLad. lonj ao.l booaraUa caraar. Aervunta of IndltUluala, Biluclarlea.lraia faro via the t! ati'1 Queen & Crescent Houte Dec. 22d to 2ith, and Dec. 30th to Jan. 1st. Tickets aro good to return Jan. n. auvhhuw . u ..i limit It ...- -. "." iurwi ui nt.ln r'vi.r return Jun 2d. W. C. Hlnearson.Gen. Pass. nnnniv 1 J. H. CHEER, Stanford. Ky. WANTID I Mason Hotel Ijiuciuiter, MIIS. U. U. HIMPSON, I'ror.. t Brst-clas- s. Kentucky. Agt., Cincinnati, u. ST0RL! moufV-tha- RKCKET ST0R6. The Year by tho Monon routo to all polntrfon nod S d StockholdcrH' Meeting. FIEST-CLASreached by its line, at one and Hotel In the city making a faro on Dec. 23, 21. 2.1, 30, 31 und f Hie atoekholdera of the LinA Jun. 1st, limited to Jan. 2d. Tbe rate coln mectliiK National It.tnk of Mimford will County from Louisville to Chicago and return Ihi held ut their banking houe tho acrond I for Januury.,. IWP, wt.aa the iurpe One block from tlie principal popping will bo $10.70. Full particulars und a .... bu (ak .- i Ji Ol tUrcWHK II uir-iiii ' utiiiiiliiLrr jI'aa'kl district nnil two lilncka from the Ihrte. It UWSI.KV.Uu llroo folder containing map will be J. principal tlieftlrcs. cheerfully furnished on application to M. .' Muiil'ilV. M. GHKI..N Mt'lUMIV Street cars p.is llieiloor In nil ptrta o E. II Bacon, D. P. A., Louisville, Ky one-thir- A mectlnR of the atocklmldon of thn I'lrat bOIJ.AltSforeaih and uiuul (.NKIIUMHti:i) erery cai of Catikhii that cannot be cured by the National llmiW of Stanford "UI Imi held at 'ft WATAKHllirKK. HALL i..i. i.ntin. i.mik.. ih.. wnnil Tutwdav In KiiANKj. cunxnv. January. 11H0. for the purpiMi tf electing II Sworn to before me and iilwcrll.l In my prea director tor luueiiauiiijt ente, thla ICth day of Ivcenilier, A. I. ISX. JOHN J. Mf KOHKKTJ. Ctahler. A. ,, .i.r.vii7.f.v I 1'ubllc, Notary SK1L Hull's Tatarrh Cure la taken Internally, and acta dlrntiy on the bltaid and mucoua aurfacee ollhe f lateni. ZNtna ior lesiimoniaiH. iree. K. J III ES KV A CO., Tolclo, . ul of the atockhnldera of the A told by DriiK(1ita, "Sc Hank of lluatnnvllla will lm held at Ilall'a Family tills are the beat. 3ml their IwnklnK muo in llmtonvlllM 0the 1. und WOO, tetween $10.70 to Chicago und return via tho Tueaday In Junuary, m for tho iiurOMof eltvtlnB nlnu For tbo Cfirlstmus anii A. Monon route. to aervu tho tnauliip vear. J. V HOOKKH. Caaliler. holidays tickets will bo told New I STATKOf OlIlO.ClTr OtrTllLllH). 1 I.lCACOL,NTr1 Fbixk J. CiihXKT niakranalh thjt beUtheie. C-- . nlor partner of the Arm of F J. dolnn huiloera In the Cltr of Toledo. County and btate aforeulil. and that aald firm will iut the Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid l'orters Everything table. M meet all trains. fur the Asenlit to aollclt aiit:rlbtlon Ame'lcan Stock Farm and Live Slock. Stoat S.T.IIarrl., Wrltfl for allowed. lll.eral commllon . Ken- - J.S.llockar, Ailun u..M..i. n.,.....-irriiis. ram '"' ......i. ft tuckv Stock farm VublW.Ing to-- Ixlng- W.l Walton " ton, Ky. . r. lUia, IJncoln Co.! oiaacroaa. J. W. ILjd.D, Stanford B. II. Itaufbman, " " T.T. Hill. W. A. Trlbble, J.II.Colllw.CralCUrtbM '.U. J. Miliar, Ml.V.ru.a M. U.KIwirT. Hlaufonl. I'llttir.l Stockboltlcr' Mccthi;. Just Like a You take Mill. orricaat. J. S. Ilnckrr, A jour Wheat and Corn to Morrl, a MrKlnn.jr AmUubI Caahler. I'miJ.nt,. J. MctloWrla, t'aihlcr )n Stockholders Mcctlnjfa I lour and In Stanford and get In exchange Mpnl. Hlllll .. .. 1... t... Il..ir Feed, hi . cheajier at atuff. llran. Chicken my place than any where lu town. A trial .. . will lie i. ' I i ail i aa. t i...fi.u .r... ..i.inncA a good thing for farmers and I pledge lllwr. al tranaactlona and full weight. My good, como from Iludderar'a IH MOltUlS r ItEI). Mllla and are Urat-claaTelephone ,iii. o. TO FLOR1DK DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS VIA " soutnern Railway trairl in S4.11lh.rn lUworta. IhnnK lmiv Tim frum Clurluuatl .u.i A Crw louliillle, Inmniirrilun with tho iju-tent Ibiute, .laChatlaonita, Jeaiip ami Ibe I'lanl Sjatein. TiimiDiII hi I M'Kii Cm from flDclnnatl Io Jaiaauntllla with mnirriilent eunuertiuii. froui lout.tJllr, ila Klioxrllle, A.hrilll and Saiali lUmte throuah the Mihid nah. 1 bia I. Ilia talraof Wralrrn Murlh Carolina ' The ljiud ut tbefkjr " from bt. laiula Io Alwithrouh Sleeilni(-rarJaikMiivllle.ln ruunritioii with tha 1. I. AM I.. lUllroa.l (Air Line), .la liiuliTllle, ami thruuih fr. Kan.i City to JmiboiiVIIU. leei vlalhaK I ISAM ltallrual, in eimuilloii wllh TiikShi tnaav lUll.irav, tia lliruiln(baiu, The U.i Atlanta, .leauh ami Tha I'laat Hy.icni Kanu. Cltr JaikMiu? Ill l.lmlir.1, vnlr thirty eight hotira from hana City to J.cafcintllle. All flueawll lirulli(h Wlu Irr lliiiiriliu Ilik.U via TllK mi lilt hi a 111 AAlltaofl-oniietllli- THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL Louisville, Ky., moat centrally located and only for llir irewnt Wlulrr Senwii Tiik Nil lliiax ItaiLwav, wlthiiinneitluii., irnH'iil. tlieiucatt.u prrtor a. hnlulra. Ihrouah iarvrihwaiil Iramimr iallojiarraiiitriiieiiia ururralljr. ai'rr vdnd lu III. S2. RATE. Tm-tda- I b. "Awful utulety waa frit I'M Mix widow of tbe widow of toe braie tleueral lluriihaui of Mathla. Me , when Ihedotiora ald ahecould not lhe till mornlnx" write! .Mr. A. II. Ulicoln, who aneuilnl brr that fearful iilirbt "All ihmigtil ahe unit utin die fmiii rueumonla. but aha Uioritl fur Pr Klu.'aNew lilwoirry, aailiM It had more thiii uiirautfd her life and hadf urrd her of Cotmiiun the ilrpt cally all I Ion. After Ihrte tuiall nljiht. "d ita luriher iv completely currl her" loedkloeU ttuaraiiife.1 to cute all rhla mant-luu1'hroat, Cheat ai'd l.un lilean. (Inly an centa aLd f I. IrlJl bottU free at I'eiiuj'a lru blore, a mam OFTEnnon. LUMBER FOR SALE. or ll.irna and ritrtn u.i'. Auure. MUIU'IIY .1. MUItl'IIY. I.UMiiriixiN. Klnpavllle. Ky Second C'lnai and Cull l.umter. aitltnlilo tlio City. Kver) tiling neat ami clean. FIBB, JLIFB &a dea e POSTED v.. ill n.lL'niMl ! ACCIDENT INSURANCE. Onty the beat coiiipaniea reprebunted. Iiiiiiirics solicited. MAIIONV, At., Stanford. H. f. Io lhe IteMiri.of MnrlJa and tha South M.ia, achmlulea, Iv.iklvtaanil liifurmallou mall. ( el free to any aiMr., by , N. J.C. IICAM.JIl, SI., ( W. I' A111. an Ailam. hlcami, U. A. iiAtitii irar. ran. Agent, loulttllle, Kjr W. A. TUIIIk. Ii. A.. Woahtiigtoii. I). U. W II. TAYI.OK. A. O. I'. A IUiiI r m liulavlllj. Christmas Prices On Onuigi'fi, lianniuis, Fruith, Candios, Uaisins, Citron, Dates, Fijs, Jce. AYe expect to REMODEL Closingr-Ou-t I STORE : Room during the IIoIuIiiyk and ou the above line; alrfoon tueenswaro and CJlasBware. Wo will make it... iii. At Lexington Judge Illley has de- villa und vicinity forhld any liunlliig of fuitna: cided that toy plstois sold Iniys for iruiiiuoii our - M. 1). Wall. vv ii I'm lle.tor. J Chrlitmus umuetiineni are deadly weap M. II. Huilth. ... .. i.i H.II - Jim Hweeiiuy ttulwrbIIIIHirV. iiuwrimiMi llone, Dan OimicIi, ons, and that tbu emo penalty Is ulJ A.JInjrlefn Win Hurt. to carrying them concealed us Kd Muriiliy. lai'bed T. Wutcra. C. Muriiliv. 1), I. carrying u Colt's or J. J. Alford W. M Sliekt. I. II Lviieli, Is preedrlbed for M. Ilunn, O I.. Ilenaley. W. O. Alford. Smith (c Wesson revolver. Win. lluxler, W It ltinoIiKtleo. HlRiiey. W. I.. McCarty l.M.CrelBlitoii. Jiiiima Iye. An editor prints Ills paper to give his patrons the news of tho diy and for the m. ney there la in it He Is iH!inneil to IbSAnH'iyWasnlConipiiij kuow of what ho writeb, and lie generally Of Lexington, Ky. dots. When lie writes us he iIocm lu the LctuKr Courier, Osceola Mill, Pit, wlth-ut- it Plan: IN3UUAN0E REVBRBED. fee or hope of reward, that "Cham, furiurra of Kliiua i.. l. CHEBLll riT!OM iBMaAMUti tjiagjatUli'HH(b Mii-.i- H. C. RUPLEY, The Morchant In UeceaVluK LOITISVILIilJ -- TO- Tailor Vnl and CHICAGO. ri 1ih Moruiiri- - unit Kvunliij; (ruin I'll 'on Station, 10th ami llroadway. 1'atHvngera ilvaiilng iiifnriimtion ami ralea (o VViat'oiitin, Minnesota, .Vibru.ku ind iN,lntR In tho far Incltiiling California, alioillil aililrcfca Stanfoku, Ky., f To jrako Iiooui. Prices herlalu'a Cough Ilemody acts umglca'ly, Wb P7 Whlls You Llvo. ami wo have found tone heller In our Oil Ltso Companlei P7 WhYcu Dl. household. If you Ijvo u cough try It," Ir way be, accepted sh an holiest expres-tlo1'or sa!e by 0,er HW.tXiO iwlJ In Ul lmBta. worthy of crtdunco. uMJ0,WJIWreanJiui.lu, t.raiK& Pecker. WUAUi;X, Lal Ak1I, llaUNG-btaufgrJ, Ky SMITH IJOM AN. buy.. IV L Hubblo Is feeding M mules for Winter Cinotiti. Vt, tbo Southern market. Lexliiaton'Kjr. Goodi Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. Kraoti J. lUtil, (ien, i'naa. A;t , K. 11, llacuii, Din, 1'ubs. Al. W.U McDoel, Gen Mr Oliarlcll. H.xLwellTittllic Vlco.'rr.Js - - A.. r aauwiv. j- - i aiiaVujHaT( ,4 . .ja -- fta.w. .aAa. .i--. -- ,. . jtd