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Semi-weekly interior journal: December 26, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899122601_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 26, 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. MPHPrBPirmvva kMatQahAflKMMHHJtf M1J.U r7' MgLl '.H'll.WW SEMl-WEEKLVOtf XXVII. Y INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. DECEMBER MORELAND. 2(5. 1899, 9 A. M. If NO. 80 Reasons for Contest ADMIRABLY LANCASTER. AND SUCCINCTLY GIVEN. Tho democratic prty of Kentucky, tho citlrcn thnn tho employment of the through lt sovornl Slato committees, military nrm pf the Government for hat unanimously declared Hint tho ben tho furtherance of partisan purposes, unless H bo the moru Insidious and Interest of tho party, n well in demands that contests shall he cowardly practice employed In thero made by every candidate on tbo demo- com election by both r'cdcrnl and State cratic ticket for tho respective otllccs Judges at tho dictation of one of tho Tho parties to tho contest. Upon no to which thoy woro nominated (.'round can n Federal Judge committees feci that It In proper that they should, In a conclo form, statu olther Juxtlfy, excuse or palliate his tho grounds uion which thoy bac thulr Interference in an election for Stato olllcers only: whilst the uctlon of Judge uctlon. s, Tho Stato Jxiartl of election con.mls-alonor- Tonoy, ;y decision of tho Court of Ap oals, Is stripped of every semblance nl Its rccenlsesslon, Issued cer to nil of ttiu reputj of excuse und, left In Its native deform- tificates of election Ity, It Is to be condemned, rebuked and llcan candidates for tho Slate olllcos, board expressly declared In thu denounced by tho people who were Its but tho victims, onlnlon that It rendered thut It acted No more Important question conImply as a canvassing board, without authority, as It construed the fronts thu ieople of the Commonwealth owor or law, to Inquire into tho legality or va- than tho question whether n great owned not In Kentucky, not lidity of any contested voles. Tho , but In Kurope, and In substance In tho Unltod Stau-sboard went further If clothed can buy an election and thus control expressed tho opinion that, tho making, construction and uxecu with the authority to go bohlnd the In eon. lloo of the laws, Kven now the hire and dctcrinlnothomattcrs tcntloti, tho certificates of election lings of this cororallon bonsl that it would not havo been Issued to tho pat-ti- win oily control ol thu Uengral Assembly of tho Commonwealth and thereby who received them. Wo feel that In tho light of tho action prevent tho unuciincnl of Iiiwh the peo ple desire, and prevent thu democratic of this Iniard the democratic party can carry Its contention to candidates from oblulnlng popacsslnn not tin li than of the olflces to which they were duly tho tribunals created by law for Its de jus-tlc- c, cs termination. Tho grounds uon which this contest Is based consist of tho protest against tho use of tissue ballot In many of thu overwhelming republican counties ol tho State. Tho uso ol theso ballots Is not only In violation of tho letter of tho law, but Is In utter and open defiance of tho spirit of tho law, and tho use of theso ballots furnishes, not prima facie, but concluslvu ovldenco of purposed fraud. Another ground of contest Is becauso of tho plain violation aud dullanco of tho law by tbo late republican governor of tho Stale, who. whilst actively engaged In the making of stump speeches and the prosecution of a partisan kiI1i leal canvass, ordered out tbo military, mad, In violation of Iwth law and precedent, assumed personal command of tho troops In tho inotroo.ls of the State, iwradlng tho streets of Louisville on tho day of the election with his soldiers and Calling guns, Invading the voting booths and forcing Into them, ugalnst the protest of tho lawfully apHlnted election olllcors, pretended Inspectors and challengers, who, tho highest court of tho Slate has decided, had no lawful right to bo present. Tho Issuance of tho certificates of election to thu republican candidates Is contested upon tho further ground that both a Federal and Stale Judge, without warrart of law and In delianco ol every prompting of fair dealing and decency, Interfered with tho holding of the Statu election; thu one by menacing charges ti u grand jury and by tliu employment of deputy United States and the other by Issuing every mandamus and Injunction asked for by tho republican party, which latter judicial acts have been declared by tho su premo judicial tribunal of tho Slato to havo been unlawful. Another ground Is tho uso In tho Interest of tho republican party of an Immense corruption fund contributed by tho most powerful railroad corpora whereby tion of tho Commonwealth, many thousands of votes wcro luiught against l ho democratic party ami Its candidates', becauso thut party In tho platform adopted In Ita Statu conven tion durcd to udyocato measures of re lief demanded by tho peoplo of tho mar-ahal; Commonwealth. X Attention Is called to the faot that, although tho most heated political campaign thut over occurred In tho preceded the recent election, yor. over 10,000 legally registered dcmocratlu voters failed to voto In tbo city of Louisville alono. This fact can only bo accounted for by tho unlawful uso of the military power of tho Commonwealth by tho republican governor, and by tho unlawful uso of tho judicial power by a partisan judiciary, whereby wholesale Intimidation was effected. Theso aro tho principal grounds upon which thu democracy of Kuntucky rests Ibo conies ts that It has declared shull bo Instituted. If tho law requiring ull elections In this Stato to ba held by secret bulloi Is to bo openly und tlugraotly dolled In republican countlesund ropub. llcan dlstrlols.und If electlonsare to bo determined by tho counting of votes so given, then wo havo reached tbo und of free and fair elections lu Kentucky. If tho future of our peoplo Is to with tho military arm of tho Statu dominating the cllUen In tbo deposit of his ballot, then elections havo become worse than a farco und made Imply tho preludo too tragedy In which tho last semblance of Individual liberty aud populur government Is to bode-termln- There can bo no greater menace to to popular rights and tbo freedom of bo sacrificed. Iiradlcy was at homo Mon day, but rolurned to Frankfoit to lake And Suits for Men, Hoys nnd Children HaniNomo linenf Christmas Novelties in male auiro suppers, Umurcl as, Valises, Neckwear and Mufilers. part In tho contest. I'rif. It. Lin Cave, of Kentucky University, will preach again at the Christian church next Sunday. vice. Tho Ladles' Christian Aid Society Geo Hunn is slowly improving nnd will meet with Mrs. M. D. Hughes next & Co., L. 136, seems very much encouraged, as it has Saturday u place where help Is needbeen decided by his phislclans that ed. amputation of his foot will not be necM UP-TO-DATSamuel S Long nnd Miss Sallle, E essary. daughter of James Clark, were mur-rie- d Geo W. Pipes Is putting the finish The only genuine and sitlo of busliit-xnnd pleasure ut tho home of the bride's father ing touches uMin nls residence hero borpo In Kentucky. on tho -- 1st. When completed It will bu otio of tho John J. Iiarton, ono of our enterpris Old most desirable pieces of residence ing business men, has gone to Illinois roieriy In Moruland. Ky. to visit relatives. W. It. Cook has ray t A fuw of the "uuterrlfied," such us thanks for favors. Twenty-Thir- d 30-3- 1, 'Undo Icsso" Curler, continue lo weur Sale Feb. 1 & 2, 1900 A large their Gocbul buttons, and cling; lo the Splllmun audience was delighted with . I linjip. after srlllnr; B.500 )iom-coupled with lioncat, upright dealing, will widen mv Itlgg's lecture on Thursday belief that their choice for governor Is large circle, of s nil men sell Tlio lxt night, and thu entertainment was first fell hortcn. the putrons. Why dobeit price. The Least hero? Above all pluqe on earth to (Ir.NniAf. Satis- Cost. bot buyeri. tho not vanquished yet. 1'crhaps not .(ACTio.v. class throughout. Write for terms and entry blank. E. P. KAOT.CONF.il, Danville, Ky. "Old John," an old family horse of Tbo ladlesof thu Presbyterian church the Into Madison Sundldgo's family, opened a market at Sweeney 'a etoro on died at an advanced age. 'John'' was last Saturday. und sold a quantity of at one time owned by Mr. Jesse Hock O o er, of Stanford, and was quite u noted delicious edibles to be used for Christ mus dinners. O road horse In his day. 0 elected. Jessamine Panics are ut work on u scheme lo been bound and Garrard counties huvo Both before und slncu tho election closer logethur by the ",1. In M tutniihiiii.i Ho.. f..tn h.. n ... ii u .W,...W,.W I.MU II Will IIUIV on November 7, ISW, the reupubllcan Mr. Samuel Huselden, of south In competition lo the Green Hlver murnugeol party has continuously employed this city, to Miss ltuth Duncan, of line. The service on this line is not Nlcnolusvlllc. threats of violence und practice of InMay tho ties never bo O timidation, nor havo they even desist very eatUfactorv, we uro informed, and' broken. Gift hence tho competition. O ed j, el. Uowers ,t Husby's colossal minstrels O Itob'l I'urdum, of thu firm of Minor ore billed Hand-Paint- ed To nil this threatening thu democraappear in this city on Satto O cy has replied that It would stand upon A. l'urdom, hern, tuts purchased thu urday night, Dec. 30. They uro first O slock of general merchandise of W L. tho law; that it would carry lis contenclass In every appointment, and a rich O ltobcris at Mltchellsburg, und moved Decotion to thu tribunals which thu law has O treat Is in store for all lovers of music established for their decision, and to It from the depot thero to tho old drug and fun. O Itated Our Plastic Art Xovellica of Ancient and Modern Scu'pture arc stand of l'urdom .V Green. O the verd'cl of these tribunals alone It very Attractive and Showy. Since It Josh Mers, Sr , hud tho misfortune Legislatureis reported th.it voles In tbe O would bow in submission. will bo worth $10,000 each, If thu Nurd of election commission- to lose his fooling and fall a distance of I unnouneo that I am still Senator Fur-ri- s' ers bad no authority to pass upon the 15 feel or more oil the frame of a barn Ilanna and I will deliver one vote question at lssuo(as It declared-I- t had bu was at work on last week, and It for that amount. Address me at this nut), wo simply propose to go to those seems almost a miracle that he escap- place, P. O. box 139. who havo this authority and abide by ed with tho injuries he received no Town Marshal K. M. Walker restgn-o- d the. judgment that may bo rendered. worse. last Saturday and J. I. Hamilton g Considerable thieving has been What tho lu shall declare to be ours, was Induced to accept the place during on around hero lately and tho ofwe claim. We ask no moru; wo will tho holidays, with James Pierce as ficers up to tho present havo not been take no less. Ladles' and Gents' able to run the thieves down. A blood deputy. The town has been quiet since, Should the practices herein comconsidering tbe fact that It Is a tcaeon hound whs secured, but us It was not plained of pass without protest, the for jollification. presidential election of next year, and an educated dog, not much could be Tho proof has all been token In tbo accomplished. all other elections hereafter held withlegislative contest und no startling de: Considerable metal has beca put on in tho limits of Kentucky, would fall velopments have been reported, Mr. afford an opportunity to tho people the pike between here and Uuslonvlllc, Hay und bis friends do not think that to of thu State to express their sentiments to be grounJ into the earth by tho citi- ho will be deprived of the seat. Geo. White and Colored Silt Handkerchiefs, Fancy Pilk Mufilers, Neckunder H)lls. If tho most lmorlanl zens of Casey. Tho pike between Smith, Jr., took proof for Mr. Walker wear In 1'ufl, Ilous, Strings and Fo r in Hands, and Liberty, which toll is colrights of tho citizens aro w survive lu and G. I). Swlnebroad took It for Mr. Kentucky tho laws governing elections lected on. Is little better than a dirt Kay. must be fairly enforced; judges inut bu road and should bu mude free. H. M. Hallou & Co. have moved their The traffic on tho C. S. road through grocery taught that their judicial K)wer aru store Into tho Owsley block Is enormous and the local freight not to bu exercised uKn tho demand hero and It Is one of the most beautiful una In thu interest of uithcr a political crew uro having tholr hauds full. A stores In tho city. Tho other roomB parly or a corporation to which they few nights ngo the entire crew wcro so will soon bo occupied by tho Logan Large nnd Medium Sizes, Ladles' Traveling may owe no allegiance even superior U exhausted from overwork that they Dry Goods Co. and It. K. Mcltoberts, that which they owe to the law. Thu weru compelled to lay over tbo south- with drucs, iVc. Mr. Fred Frlsble has great corjtorato monopolies must bo bound local here to enahlo the men to opened his drug etoro In the Garrard luughi that elections can untbu bought gnlu a short night's real. Thoejid of Hotel building. Faulkner A Herndon by them, and governors must bo mudu tho run is at Somerset. will move Into the room, vacated by A German In ths knobs just over the to know that in timet of profound peace tho Logan Dry Goods Co., and E W. tho law of tho Commonwealth is nut to Casey lino bus a mulu which has been Norris will move Into tbu Thompson Gents' Underwear. Shoes of every description ;fjj through the civil wur, and has tbo "U. be pushed aside by tbo bayonut. block. w S." still very prominent upon tho shoulYour committees uro not unaware of It Is hardly poslblo lo enumerate the tho faut that tho contests now proposed der. As ho could not huvu been less visitors to our beautiful city, who have to havo been ac- como to celebrate tho greatest to bu Inaugurated should uolbe entered than u event of ; upon for light or trivial that cepted by thu government at the tlmo, all time. The happy greetings and the consideration of u ieronul or partisan hu Is consequently not less than u Inviting feasts with friends and relacharacter should bo Ignored In deciding coming 411 yeur old now While More-la- tives, who seldom meet, uro symbolical always carried the bluu ribbon for upon so grave und Important u step; of the meeting that awaits tho faithful that thu passions usually aroused In a thu biggest mulu In this part of tho in Ktcrnllv. It Is hoped that overybody, heated campaign should bu given u Slate, "G." Spears'), shu now comes rich and poor, will enjoy tho felicitous proper cooling time, uud that only con- in for tho honors of the oldest. season nnd reallzo Its significance to siderations of un overwhelming public tho end that wo will bo bettor any hapa maiir or teiuioii. necessity should bo allowed to control. "Awful au<t) was frit Un lbs widow of His pier when wo enter the last year of the. willow u. tlis Iirsrs liruiral Iturnbamof Maihla. Wo believe these conditions huvu been Me., wtivn ihs ilm lor mUI ilircuulil not live 111! co mury. May Santa Cluus visit the who altvuiltil homo of the plcblan Not willing to trust our own iiioruliiit' writs. Mr. A. II. observed and patrician allko. thought fearful null I Iiit judgments lu u matter so profoundly Mioii Iliatfront l'Ufuuioula, "All sue InvsJlh forluuat ills but lr. atTectlug tbo Interests of thu State, uu Khiii'aN'tw Iiisruirrjr, u)lui: II bad more thau A Negro soldier of tho Oth cavalry sdmmoned In joint council with us u hrr life ami bailciiml largu number of thu wisest and most uUut, Aflerlblvttiiiall iloma .be .lel ra.llr all stationed ut Fort Wlngate, N. M , was .Is The Hecogulzcd Leader In The Following Articles: uae ami Ita rureil her" conservative citizens from ull parts of ThU tuarrrlou.further luiilUlneU Kuarainteil to cure all married by telephone and telegraph (.'hest ami l.uutt l'lieuM. Ouly So tu thu ntutu. It was the unanimous ver- 'lhnutt, Friday to Lizzie Simmons, of Winchesdict of theso gentlemen that u blow hud uud 91, '1 rial bolllis fn at IVuus's Itruu Store, ter, Ky. A magistrate at Wlngato, a struck ut thu very vltuls offr ce been "Mary Jane" wants to know how to chupluln ut Houston, Texas und u government by thu methods und practices enumerated, uud that every con train u cow. Tho beet wuy to trutn a preuchur ut Winchester performed the sldorutlou that can Impel freu men to cow, Miss Mury June, Is to accustom ceremony. The telegraph and teleact for thu protection of tholr most sa- hur to grazing on u railroad truck. phone tolls amounted to ifl'."i. ' cred rights demands iliat thu foul Glasgow Times. And thu cow coroner, wrongs Inflicted on tho Stato shull bu Mrs Frances Heuuchump, president redressed through thu ugonul.M ap- especially on the Knoxvlllo division of pointed by law. tbo L, & N , thinks thut judging from of tho Kentucky V. O. T. U saya an Car-Loa- ds. By In thu proceedings to accomplish this the number kilted, u great many cow bill will bo. presented to end It Is hut just to say that tho ambiLegislature, and every efway, tho comlne tion of no man or candidate has been owners train their cows th4 fort will bo made to pass it. The bill considered The situation rlsus above iiou itr.w.wtn tiiu. the Individual, und becomes one of Ths trail r ol thl. will conform to tho Tenncseco law on nier will l leaxol to learn gravu peril to thu citizenship of tbo Ibal tbera I. al leat ous urraaVJ dleav that that subject, which bus recently been wholo Slate; and tho candidates of tho Hit urs ba. lieeu able lo curs In all Its .laife., auj demucraliu party, In obedience to the that It Catarrh Hall's Uaurrk Corel, the only held constitutional. Don't Forget That I Keep The. supremo duly of tho hour, are used loltlviure known to Ibsineillrat fjfternlly. tU. twliitfaeuii.tllulloual iltae. require, The Pennsylvania railroad will pon-slmerely an thu Instruments by which ttrrb iri'.nu.ul.. Hall') Catarrh Corel. Ilk 100 employes, who huvo reached blood aud theso wrongs may bo rectified und the eu lutrrually. sciliiKuiititlr "con the destroying1 thereby dignity aud honor of tho State vindi- luurouisurlacraol ma system, ami gltluii thxt-llei- tho ago of 70 Years, on Jan. 1. There disease, Ibslounilattouofths cated. slreiixth by bulldluf ui Ibsrou.llluilon ami after ull employes who havo reached doing Theso aro tho reasons thut havo ssmUiIuk uatutelnfaith lu lis work 1 ba proprie- the age of 70 will bu pensioned. Ita uratll lustre, Ibat tors ba m luueli No Inaugumoved your committees to tho Itiey otlrr Oue HuuJriil IMIara for auyros that now emnlnyo Is to be taken into the ration of theso contests, and wo confi- It fall, lo tur Send for list of lulluioulala. Addnas, l'.J IIIK.M.V AU.,'loli4o,0, dently expect the democracy of Kenservice of thu company over tbe ago of lruiclu, tucky to vindicate tho action wo havo hold byFamily 1111s73c lbs U.t. . years. are Hall's taken. ToTiimriouTvoujia heh. JO C. S llLAflCHUUN, chairman camAt A1mal3, a tourist resort oo tho paign committee. Write Immediately lo tVllbur 11 buillb, for it Gulf of Salerno, Italy, an enormous A I.LI K W. You.va, chairman Slato ear. I rrsldcut of tbo Commercial Collrgs of STANFORD, KY. central und exocutlvo committee. lultrvr.lly, lthiglou, Ky., for tlrrulirsof rock slid Into the sea, carrying down SAMUi:t. F..JONK3, member Stato con-trWilliam Khellon, .'resident. tbl. mcontjble. sod Influential tullegv Hoot, two hotels, a monastery and several and cxeeutlvo committee. Stato at- - keeping, Hbtrlbaudsud Typewtlllog aud Teleg- villas, cruohlug four vessels und their Primary, Preparatory, As.ideuilc and Oollerfi ite Department, Music, Art, Klo:u largo. raphy taught (iradualrs ivuttslul. In order crews und burying 10 people lo tho ou and andTliysical Culture. 3ht year begins Fopt. 4tb. Send for cataVgus lo addnsa only And signed by ull tho member of tho Ibal our mll reach tbl MIW, N'ANNIK S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. debris. UILIILU 11. BMIlll, Islington, Ky. committees. I'x-Go- v. Charley Slaughter Is creclltg a dwelling on the lot recently bought of J.T Land, just west of tho depot. Mrs Maud Co (Toy returned lat week from Cleveland, O., where sfho has been for some time, und will In the future tnako this her home. Mrs. David Haley died of a compli cation of diseases. She was one of the oldest residents of this neighborhood, and had a wldn ncqualntanco. Mr. .1. L. Shannon and wife have gone lu Cincinnati, where they will reside In the future. Mr. Shannon has secured a position In the civil ser- Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Hughes relatives some handsome Christmas our goods give satisfation, tell others; not, tell us. If presents. Judge Hurnsldo will pass tho business of his court until Tuesday, today being a holiday, Tho banquet to bo given by tho Knights of Pythias In Januaiy will bo a swell nITalr. You ever saw. TE? Tilm I Juvenile Shirts 75 cents, each, ages u to 0, just out. BIG LINEOFVOERCOATS Frohman THB GLOBE, 'Phone J. Danville. 200 HORSES. 200. The Reliable Maple Park Kindergarten, Danville, Jan. llrst-clm- ooooo'oooooooooooocoooooooooooooooooo GO TO f M'ljoberts, tlje Druggist, Latest Books and New Games, Sterling Silver Articles, Dresser Sets, Three to Seven Pieces, Richly f I I ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooonnn K .g&g??Ag.gtfgjiJ!:g USEFUL PRESENTS. go-lo- SILK UMBRELLAS, Hus-lonvll- le MOQUETTE RUGS i ld reut-one- ud mmmmmJi TAN FORD, KY., H. J. M'ROBERTS. 1 W. A. CARSON, Lliu-olu- Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, Vulcan Imperial and Avery Plows, Harness, Plow Gear, Winter Robes, Whips, Hay, Corn, Retail or Prices to Suit the Times.-- oti il Finest Billboards In Towrj. Stanford Female College, y al .a 'I r i H b Browns Coleman now In tho Ilraznoll coal pit, near 40 minors prisoners In tho Lou- vllle, Pa. Between .T and proaches for tho believed all and THE INTERIOR JOURNAL isville Ull, that kind of audlonco being wcro entombed, .halt It laIs choked with ti, nnlii nnn hn li nbla to hold slnco Prepare for it now for cuM Heather U Iwiiml '" It has been Impossible to From now till tho first wo will l.nvc our Clcnrnnco Sale. hit dabblo Into poilllcn Bgalnst Ooobol dobrls. and me from selling ru ninny as purapntrtowhero tho entombed Dec. 26, 1699 backward cion linn kept you from Imying your Winter Good,, pcrha,., and kept tu Stanford. Ky.. Democrat, W. IX are believed to be. remedy to kII them m.u.ck wo know, Imt ono Tub Nlcholasvltlo wc might Imvo mil Wc'nrc therefore overstocked on heavy good, farmor Hrrl nrnnrletor. failed to Oil a long William J. Thomas, aSaturday llvm and that M night felt want and has gono tho way of all near Chllllcothc, Mo., W. P. WALTON. lmrnifl hl hnmti and his thrco dill flesh, that Is to say It has gono dead. ,i ,iu..i.hni in thn flames him McKlNLUV and Koot wilt bo tho re- - self. Ills wlfo committal suleldo of Uarbourvillo, Hon. J. U.. Wilson, - . . . on nut HUD can MCKOt nuxt JWI "" "., year ago. and sho Is said to havo ox . , .. liiuisnew. . . i .1..H you m nmuy i i iiuhui. . A sale tlint moans increased .. ...ilU "AIlI.I traded from him a promise mat no This in nenlc that nicniu n saving, 10 in c gunrnniec every nrirci" to tnulfc. A dollar never wi nt as far ns it will during. thi" role. would kill hlmsolt and tho children Now is the time Bargain?: Hero are a few of our Many a adverci-oand follow her. being the time, no proc- - Gov. Ilradloy was Initiated Into the Our Drew Good havo Wen reduced to vacancy, that Best Fancy be Calicos cut to 3Je. NEWS0FTHEVfciNA6L the , .. ,m thi. governor callingcon-- . ortiCP 0f Elks at Frankfort last week. Don't buy until yon have " wholesale price. 4 Bleached CotMn 4Jc. .... nnitor iho . . Tim Stutn nlnntlnn board will meet I Broaddus died at Ulchmond MIADIinn WHN IILVVF.UU Luther !een our line. Good Ticking Cut from lOe to OJc. nhlrh fixes the time, and .. Thumlav, aa a contest board and decide Sunday of smallpox. ..1 Heavy Plaid, the InteM, 40c, cut to 25c. !)4 votes , at the nn a nlan of Droccduro fac10-- 1 Brown Sheeting 12c. ..nniril S. L, Howlch will start a cigar legally Georgia, vetoed Outing Cloth, Jc and up. Gov. Candler, of Good Shirting Cotton only 4Jc. tory at Somerset the first of tho joar. November election, ho It the . . i..j ,hn -i.nniinn aisiriL--i 1,111 rnr.ni v tiasscu uy uovu uuuit of thu town of Good Canton Flannel, 4Je. Tho Advocate wants ' All Wool Bed Flannel, worth Sfic, cut lfic. eiecieu 7, " :" . ... - ,.- .- - Danvlllo and tho county of Boylo to .... i...i juuk" " nmwn.Gov. Bradley's ap me uegioiavuru, ii u, ,it,.in.,h.n,.1Ilenicnilier we nro headquarter for Cnret Bed Table Linen cut from L'flc to lfi buy a pair of bloodhounds. pointee, will havo to walk tho pUnk. tlco of osteopathy in too state. and Matting. ti, tic. has mi Covingtop Jeans, worth lfie cut Chairman Young, of tho acraocratic Neal Hacklow was killed by tho L..V 'As Brown received no votes ho Lace 1.' ,'l.ynnl We Curtain. 48c. Issued i Children' anil Mines' Unjon SuitK, .') to 10, N. at Ml Ash, In Whitley county, Satstanding In court and can not contest, Stato central committee, has mem Curtains reduced to 81. only Mc. ..m m. wittnn. who added "I am cer call for a caucus of democratic urday night His body was terribly my dls borsof both houses of tho Legislature mangled. A good, henuy, striped ilecccd lined Shirt . ladies Union Suit.-- , A, P, , only 'J5e; fide tain to bo declared tho Judgo of Theonly other man who has any Bt Frankfort for Monday evening, Jan Mrs. John Jtvan, of whom tho Paraquality. and Drawer for men, lOe quality, only 2.rc. trlct. -- i ,hn nlare Is JUOgO r.wcn narv 1st f gon speaks of a a noblo hearted, kind Indies' nil Wool Flannel Skirts only 40c. One lot Men' Underwear, 50c quality, cut Tho familiar face of Gen. Basil W. and generous woman, died at Somerset your llttlo red hog, he having gotten Outing cloth Skirt for Indie, only 25c. down to !15e to close. which was Duko will not bo seen at Frankfort last weeic. one vote In Clay county, years be One big line of Lwlie' Coict, 81 quality, Now i your chance for a good, heavy Cap Judge S. M. Boone, now In Somerset, cast by the Javhawker. John D. White. this winter. For 13 or moro closing out price, 48c. been suf. has been tho chief lobbyist of tho L. & dedicates a beautiful llttlo poem to bis for Winter. Wc bought n big lino of Cloth That voto alone would have 1 not N., and made many friends at tho cap Indies' Bibbed Vest ami Pant, worth 20c, old friend, Judgo T. 'A. Morrow, which flclenl to have elected him had Mush nml African Cap at fiOc mi the dollar, onlv 12e. gotten 01." "John Elencry" is a mon- ital. W. F. Browder, of Russcllvllle, is printed In tho Paragon. 50c quality marked down tu 25c. Hoj8c, worth 15c. Jour Ladies' Fleece-Lin-ed a a Snrtinr. nf Shclbv Cltv. has on strous clover fellow and a good lawyer will succeed Gen. Duke. Courier nal. Exhibition at his storo a lemon tree and wo hope ho will get there. race with a dozen lemons on It measuring Jack Chlnn. the from hnran starter, was asked In a crowd the 12 to 14 Inches In circumference, say AFTER canvassing tho returns congressional district and find-lo- g other day what he thought about the the Junction City Post. the 7th Un.lie Patent ip. worm i..s.i to 75e. 12 to 2, 81. election, "lis (iiiulitv, Marshal M. W. Penn, o( Junction Shoe, li to 8, 7 5cm' . t.':..onlv 50c. Children',, School, HmV HiieLlo cut that Gayle had received a majority navmentof bets on tho said ho. 'When Work hoe milv 75c. Iridic Bendy .Mndc tix.. u.wtl, fil'Jn. and lust like a horso race," City, who has traced his ancestry back reduced to ioc of 4,136 over Traitor Bill Owens All other .Ire skirt, blue, black mid gray, marked ilown in wlro, the to William Penn. Is row ono oi tno Drew Skirt, 81.50 quality, marked down to l8e declining to consider the caso of Hon. tho horses pass under the in judges put up the numbers, one, two, claimants to tho $110,000,000 es proxirtion. Penn John H. Wilson for the judgeship In which tno tate the London district, on tho grounds three, showing tho order under tho wire. But that Its decision would affect the Issue horses passed your money on that. Tho Mlsa Lucille Orr. of Carrolltoo, had nccented a position as music teacher in in the State conte'U, Commissioner vou don't cet 84.50 plush cape, bran new, marked down in thi Nile to 8."! A new line of Plush Caixa just in for Cliiistmin resigned and Hon. John A. judges consider the matter, an! pos a Baptist female school that has been V. T. Ellis uy mid black riblxm, markcHlnwn to ;i. tail ami exam.no was rouieu organized at Barbourvllie. ano is n Our 87 Plush, hnndfOincly trimmed, fur, jet Fulton, of Nelson, was elected by tho sibly a jockey says his horso .mu .. Tno boys aro cousin of Miss Gertrude Howard, who ing the Children' Jacket, the largest line ever brought to atnntnni nnu lor mo ieai money. board to till tho vacancy. Judge Pryor on uo back stretch. their state used to teach In Stanford. also resigned and his successor wlll be called up, tho judges hear happens, tney lUnilall Smallwood and wife, of named at its next meeting Mr. Ellis ments, and. as It often passed unol t lotbing tho market ntlonl. Tlii lino ha Ih'cii gives as a reason for resigning that tho set back tho bono that first Laurel, aro In jail at London charged For Men, Bovs and Children wo oiler the 11 clling line t We have Ikch with his law der tho wire. Then the man that had with selling whisky. Tney navo inrcu 11111 MMeciwi aim ri,piis, . c " oince Interferes too much e tire in xtUon to ave you nt icat 25 per cent. Be republi- the money on number ono loses, while tho advance. practice. It Is said that tho small children and as there was nobody to iiurchimj largely in thi line in view of wins. It's the satno of them at homo the kind- - sure to follow the large cniwd of economical buyer to the liuciect store in riaiuoni. cans claim that tho governor alone can the other fellow Tho to take care appoint members of tho board, when In tho race of Goebel and Taylor. num- hearted jailer has adopted them for a up Taylor's tho Legislature Is not In session, Jjut judges bavo Hashed time. thu court of ber, but Goebel claims a foul In tho A netltlon to force Herman Cobn, of the best lawyers bay that law and hnmo stretch, and tho Legislature Is Danville. Into bankruptcy was filed In STANFOBD, KY. appeals having passed on the T. 1). KAXKY, Masahkk. and depronounced it constitutional on every going to call up tho witnesses the United States clerk's otllco at Lou dismay point the contention Is valueless. The cide which horse wins. They If they isville by bis creditors, who claim be Is fouling, and, IlItODHEAD law under which the commission ucis qualify Taylor for to prefer other creditors, Inbavo trying says expressly that the board shall fill do, In my opinion the sports that cluding the John M. Robinson-Norto- n Brown has moved from tho J. their money on ho Goebel horse are Co. Cohn's effects aro already in mo Jonas vacancies. Prothoroo houeo of the winners. In tho eves of a sporting hands of a receiver to bo sold on the G. Carter farm to the To Suit Kvcry One. The Beet In town. The republican leaders are trying to man tho same rulo applies to a bet on a th. Livingston filled his apixiint Rev. get Pro Tem. Gov. Taylor to appoint Dolltlcal race as to a bet on a horse ment at tho christian church, and bap LAND AND STOCK. Gen. Dan Llndsey to All the place on race, or any other kind of a race." tized ono that had joined at tho proStato election board vacated by Mr. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. Corn sold at S2.2. at A. H. May's sale tracted meeting enough of a We GIVE AWAY thi year to the lucky one Kver brought to Stanford Ellis, but he is doubtless Married at the residence of Ilev. A near Rollings. lawyer not to make himself so ridicua Handsome I)rercd Bimjuo Head, Kid Body Doll, now on liplny at Pitway and John Irwin killed George Tewmcy a. PlWn. Morris Frith, son of T. S. F. P. Bishop sold to W lous or to court tho reverse that the each other in a fight at Nashville. Frith, and Miss Lily Haggard, Sunday him. The ,A whisky war is on at Maysville and bunch of calves at 417 60. court of appeals would give During 1S0O, 152.8C2 hogsheads of leal at 7 1. M. The groom Is only IS, but a election law provides that "If a vacan- red liquor Is almost as free as water. tobacco wero sold pa the Louisville nlco and industrious young roan. The occur In said board cy or vancanclce Col. S. K. Johnson, on Gen. Lee's Kvcry purchaser of n Doll bride Is about tho same age and one of . . whilst tho General Assembly la in va- staff all during the war, died at New breaks. Laekamon. a 7 to 1 shot, won mo our best young ladles. cation, tho same shall be filled by ap- York, aged 66 n n. rtw m.-,- wiccicu.wii; tiunillrnti nt N'nw Orleans The llttlo folks of the ultlereni tun pointment by tho remaining member Tho Christmas ottering to tno wiuow Satunav day schools are all happy. Sorao schools or members of tho said board." Tho of Mai. Gen. Lawton has reached the H. L. Hubblo and Eubanks Bros, win had Xmas trees; o'hers a nlco treat oo tho power of tho nm nf 8'AI.OOO. courts havo tield that blp two car load-- j of mules South The boys and some older ones too, ire governor to fill vacancies in ofllce elecLouisville tax rato has been' Thursday. Tho having gay times with two works. tive by tho people can not apply In this fixed at $1.01. tho lowest for 30 years A. It. Itogers has rented tno josepu Harve Dunn. Nick Vanhook and ot'hers were select- - by 20 ratie. as the commissioners cents. It has been as high as Pago place of 50 acres near got hit on the fnco but no eyes put out 1 hv th General Assembly. "What $2.45. yet. do vou think of Taylor's right to ap article, Tlt.lnn Frith, on his wav boiue from Dan Anderson, a married man, was Tho Adair News tells of tho marriage Tlie !nct iito f late Rift l n l point?" we asked a leading lawyer.who clven 15 years at Lexington for at nt itancnm ttli!h. aped 7, and Miss a country "break-down- " In some A PretIs a republican. "There is noming id tempting to criminally assault a iu- - Jnnnto McComas. !!0. A wav broko both bones of his the contention," said he, "and I don't ycar-ol- d girl. of A Collins sold to G. C. Titus, of leg near the ankle joint. Howasfouml J. S. v cattle lying near tbe railroad bridge about 5 believe Taylor will take such a view." At Louisville 217 petitions in Springfield, O., 50 havo been filed during the year at 5c Richmond Iteglster. o'clock Sunday morning The bones Kiiim'ili)ct. u Pair - of Nice m....... , Plyllli Hut r I'sncy PIIW Wit, or nny THE election board, like all other and 140 have so far been granted by U. G. A. Slier bought of H. U. Davis a wero sot by Drs. Benton and Gravely I i :.I ml ol ... l....M t.1 . ... "..... I !. It ii U ..I.IV..'.. ... . nil ..f ttMMl . ....... s.1 tlinnlil Aiipurri, honest men, is very much disgusted S. Judge Evans. bunch of 000 pound steers at 4c. J. C. and tho patient Is doing ns well as irlCM rccardl- - ol rtcnt d . ancM. rr"ray jour account nU Rl jour drinking. with the secret ballot and Insists that AtHarrlman.Tenn., a child of Jas- Slier bought of Sol Itlgsby Boven heif could bo expected. He was rurwu-- t on ,li fcowlng Muchlne Chrlmmu day Miss Samantha Albright IB growing theie be submitted to tho people a con- nr Knitnr fell Into a barrel of hot ers at 3c. JAMES FRYL, Hustonville. Ky. stitutional amendment to return to the water fixed for scalding hogs and was r1p of sheen at 11.75. several hun wome verv rapidly Sho contracted a cattle heavy cold and has gono Into consump good old viva voce way of voting. Un- scalded to death. turkeys at 6J and 40 1,305-ldred Bailors, who attempted at 5) are reported In tho iiarrousourg tion. David Hurt, section foreman, J. Twenty-on- e der tho present system all manner of posslMo, but are to escape from a sinking British ship Democrat. frauds aro not only B. Farmer, agont, and J. W.Tate bavo Col. Underwood sold to Perkins, of been at Lily on a hunt. Thoy report a perpetrated. The whole theory, It off Capo Hatteras, wero drowned by Mercer, two red bull calves for lt2.f,0 good tlmo and plenty of game. .Mrs. thinks, Is based on ai unmanly senti thn nanalzlncr of their boat. ment that Is at variance with tno leei-inNear Slldell, La , Saturday night, u. and bought of G. A. Eubanks a Short Holraan and daughter havo gono to of truo Kentucklans. It Is clumsy, F. Scarborough was Bhot and mortally horn cow for $'15. visit her sister In Loulsvlllo. Her sons old daughcowardly and unAmerlcan andoughtto wounded and hlsthreo-ye- ar N. B. Coy, of Madison, bought of W. who live In St. Louis, Mo., will meet AVc Oiler a Choice ofu New and Exceedingly Handsome bo swept from the statuto book. All ter was Instantly killed. He claims to i iiorrln nnd Josh Wilson at Lancas- her there. Manly Albright has gono Line of jesterday u bunch of heifers at Hie to spend tho holidays with relatives at and more tho INTEUIOIS JoUHNAL know tho assassins. ter this way, in appealing to Purcoll has ii ml mmo rows at 3c. said In us bumble Middleburg. Miss Salllo When Albert Barnes, a prouinent Secretary Horace Wilson reports that imnn to vUlt her sUter at Lancaster. tho constitutional convention not to contractor of Akron, O., heard of tho adopt tho system. Everything that wo sudden death of bis partner, barauol 813 colts havo mado second payments W. C. Cable and wlfo uro on a visit at prophesied concerning It has corao to Wall, ho was stricken with paralysis for tho Futurity, out of a posslblo 1,03J, Paris. Whim Adams and wife and g Plenty of A., AV..11 mm Choice Gifts in Other Lines. pass and wo aro glad to observe a grow-in- and died in a few minutes. the largest number for years. Mrs. Will Flynn from Lily are visiting 1,0., here, Inhn Coombs sold to Maxwell that the secret ballot and Insentiment Sam Sanders, Jr., was shot must go and the viva voce method re- stantly killed at Frankfort by William ol St. Louis, 57 good, smooth mules at CHURCHES AND PREACHERS. stored to tho people. Kcbr, a drug clerk, isanders shot twice 905. Grimes & Coombs also soiu to tno For tho Little Ones, also, at ntf. niftrk. colored, dipped 10 con who then secured the weapon same firm 2(5 at tho same price. EllzaTun innl rnnnnlruev against tho at Kehr, Sanders through tho brain. victs In a freezing pound at Nicholas- bethtown News. and shot democratic party in tho recent camTh., vearllnc colt by Henry of Na vllle Sunday. Charles II. Cole, lato president oi tno paign is slowly being brought to light. "bunted" Globo National Bank, of varro and out of Salllo McClelland, of Tho Ilroadway Baptist church, In a legislative contest In Louisville, a Boston, was arrested at Los Angoles, which big things wero expected, Is by a practically unanimous voto printer testified that Tonoy's Injunction Hnl . on a warrant charging him with dead, it was owned by Mrs. Ilyron ioi..lml to adont individual cups for was arranged tho day before. Tho misappropriation of government funds. McClelland, of Lexington. communicants printed petitions and notices wero sot .,. tVUM- -- n,nnrulnc. fnc II Christmas Lancastkh COL'UT The crowd at Many churches hold Moody memorial . .... - ... ....parts wuio duw was small services Sunday. During his preaching uu at nlgut,anu certain six llttlo Lancaster Court yesterday bvosscsln order to keep employes entertainment at Qulnoy. III., tho lleeco but there was considerable activity in career of 42 ears, tho greatovangollst On- Oramres, liananas, Fruits, Candies, KaisiiiK, Citron, to death by girls wore burned t, r 200 on tho dollvercd 170,000 sermons and addreB.-e- d IV. from having any koowlodgo of what dressed as tho cattle trade, most of tho Uates, i igs, ivli Wc expect to wascolngon. Tho matter was paid ' clothing of two, who wero from a gas market changing bands. Yearlings 7,000,000 people. . i -nMnmnv. Thin i little lambs, catching lire j. inr iiv iiuiui in "vwi mm . brought 4o; heifers 3Jo to 3.35: butchItov. K. 1. Crowe, pastor of the Main ii -- v,n ihat tho whole thing was pro lot er stuff 2Jo to 3lc A few muleu sold Btrnnt Methodist church at Owonsboro, Jacob I'. Hunlow. while playing ban ... meditated and arranged and shows in,nmand somo blug horses at was tried before a special committee accidentally shot and killed Judgo Toney in a worse light than over. la Claus. $35. of the church on tho charge of drunken Room daring the Holidays and on the above line; also on his wlfo In Louisville. Upon realizing 20 to Although It rained steadily all uay, ness and acquitted. shoot QiiCcnswaro and Glassware. We will nuiko TUB admlraole address of the Stato what bo bad dono, ho tried to m .1 n. Lvnn tells us a good crowd Ilev. Dwlght L. Moody, tbo great reasons for con- himself, but was restrained by tho pocommittees glvlag the attended his salo Saturday and things evangelist, succumbed to overwork and testing for tho State olllces Is given In lice and locked up la jail. woll. Polled Angus ana died at his homo at Kast NorthBold, W. S. Moore, who led tho mob on sold full on our first page. It Is simply an cattle Bold at $32.50 to$45, Mass., Friday. His last words were, as In Franklin, when Durham To Make. Itooin. appeal to tho proper tribunal for the George Dinning $35, horses $30 to $50, ho aroused out of a slumber, "I see o milk cows $25 to of rights, Is not Incendiary, Jodie Conn was killed, committed ruiratlon JackB$50to$l00, jennets $10 to $30, earth receding; Heaven Is opening; Friday. Ills mind had been wrong v.... ,..im statement of facts, and will good grade sheep $5.25, corn In God Is calling uie." Ho had preached forca that will Inr some time, claiming that devils extra many countries and bad strike the reador with a t,u I crib $l.M, baled bay 50o a bale and the gospol in nlw&va nursulncr blm. i ,. brought thousands of souls to Christ. r carry convmuuu .i.c .... KrniimU -- f uim-" farming Implements solU well. Firedamp tused a terrible explosion contest are almost Incontestable. OLD A - word to . nnn.-ynnii.-u d. you." ",e-Th- o - Xuttina And Slashina The Prices. 4-- . t. ""..;' -- woll-kno- Shoes, Children's School Shoes. iw New Capes and JacJcets. CLOTKXIsrG-- , ETC.. ur ..r -; THE LOUISVILLE STORE. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS Craig & Hooker's. ENTITLED TO ONE CHANCE. I Huston-vl!lofor$20- 0-. James Frye's Christmas Bargains. im-fu- mys-tnrln- oanic-rimte- 1,000-pou- nd Lap Robe, Moquette Rugs, ty Carpet or Matting, Suit Clothes, Neck Ties, .- Bl, gs For Christmas Gifts Medallions, Ebony Goods, Mounted With Sterling Silver. BOOKS JISTTD TOYS. Lou-Isvtll- e, PENNY'S DRUG STORE. .. .- -.. CHRISTMAS PRICES. a ...,, REMODEL Closing-Ou- t STORE : Prices sul-cld- ... ,u. .......,- J.Zm.. I'rtJimi.n v WJkMli xL M.4ViWkHj4a.laV jCTBBy THE INTERIOR JOURNAL' Stanford, KV., E. Mrs, vlllo. M. J, Miller la quite III. Prop. "M.O. Winkiiky Is In Louis, (I SAUKLEYlaback from Knox-vlllo. GO to Dalton for good watch work. - Dr.c Geo. land for silo. ply to D, W, Vandevoor. fl.) or 70 acres of Ap- For Hent, House with soven Apply to Mra. Kato P. Miller. Your account Is room. readv. Plcaso como do GECL 20, 1899 0. Waltok, Businbch Manaoeii. combined, with caro, skill and accuracy Iniuro good No other methods uro over results. used In our prescription work. Penny Druir Store. PEHSMiAl AND SOCIETY WSSIf. The boit materials U. I). IliiKiiiT, Sunday. Mlrtrt or Grays, was horo McCi-auv from HON. IlARVKY Hr.f.M day In Cincinnati. ItOMKllT MoilKI.ANI), Is with friends hero. KKK aro at homo from Cedar Springs, S.C. spent aovoral Dr. and Mkh. N. II. McKinney, of Mlllcrsburg, spent several days at Mr. of Lexington, , It. Cobb's. MihsSali.ii: DeUord went up to l visiting Corbln MastkhClay Ilui'LEY yesterday to visit her sister, his ulster in Marlon, Mrs. Iloldam Stuart, Miss Lauha Jahiioi: It with her Joe Nice, of the Hcdgovlllo section, lioracfollcs at Lebanon. who was taken 111 wbilo on a visit in Miss AI.VIKA VaNAuhdaLK Is nt Texas, has recovered sufficiently to rehomo from Collego at Lexington. turn homo. Mllfl. ANNA D. VANAltHDAI.Kvrcntto Miss Mary Clay Thompson, who Lexington Saturday to visit friends was leaving Louisville for hor homo In K. KiflllllACK, tho clover L. k N. Chicago Saturday, told us that sbo had ai'ont at Livingston, was hero Satur- como to tho city to attend tho burial of day. her brother, Clarcnco Thompson, who HI.KPSOK 1UIL.KY, who Is attending died of typhoid fovcr several weeks a law school at Valparaiso, I ml., Is at ago, and had since bcon very III herhomo. self. In fact she looked qullo 111 vet Mm. Matt Woodson nnd children, and had to bo accompanied by a trained of .Mlddlcsboro, aro at Mrs. O. J. nurse. Stki.i.a Flat Lick. John Hl'iuiAiti) la at homo a fow Hen Hardin went toNMontlccllothl morning. MR. and Mrs 8. P. Stacui rclurned from Loulsvlllo yesterday. Miss Sue WilmrHalk Is visiting Miss Kva Lammors at Itlchmond. Mr. John G Lynn, Jr , has rotuic- od from a business visit to Lebanon. MlBsSUBin Dlf.UON, of Crab Or chard, Is with Miss llnttlo Dellord GeoiiokII. DUNN, of Pittsburg, la down to sco his mother and best girl. Horn, to tho wives of John Gooch, Jr., and John Lunsford, a girl each. MlHSKS llESSIE AND LUCILK MPNE- - Roman candloi, lira crackers tor)cdoes at F. D. Ilallou's an and aettlo, Heiuley Hroa. H. FABHIS iiavi:- - 1 k CO.. ! It sncndlne; days at Illchinond. Start In tho new year by trading with Gcorgo II, Farris it Co, who JUST received a barrel of finest New Orleans molasses at Warren it Shanks', thank you for past favors. ItEl'AlRiNO. Higglns .V McKinney A LAI' robo would make a nlco Christ begun this morning to Improve tholr mas present. Get one at J. C. Mc- storeroom by putting In a new floor, Clary's now shelving, Ac. He fixed for the billiard by having AN electric light camo near causing your coal put In now, J, II, Haugha llro at Mr. J. N. Moncfeo's lau night man & Co. .. Tho Incandoscont fell olT und set fire to FitKSii stock of oranges, bananas, eomo rage, which wero extinguished plain and fancy candles at Higglns As before any damage was done McKlnnoy'a. The silly report Is going tho round Give your wlfo wagon load of coal Ilaugh- - that Mr. It. L, Hubblo had compromisfor a Christmas present. J. II. ed with District Attorney Ulll by pay man A Co. ing him 81t12o and tho Indictment For Sale. 11 Lincoln county bonds against him In tho U. S. court had been of t.i00 each. Apply at First National squashed. Of course the story Is un Hank, Stanford. true. m 11 For Kent. Iloom over Craig it Hooker's store. W. II. Higglns. Good, warm blankets and bome-macomforts at John P. Jones'. Christmas Goods Galore IIiiinlsoincBl Lino of Lamps mid Cliinownre ever brought' to town. JSTEvery thing Good to Eat. PBESEITS, We wish to plnfe for flic benefit of nny and nil icr?onq desiring to piircliao gimU for the Holidays that wo will fur-ninnv thing handled liy Jewelers nt reduced prices. Our plan i to reccivo orders nccompanictl by Cash for di Crow's.. Miss IIaciiki. Allison', of Lexington, Is with her slater, Mrs. Maty Ilnrch. John I). Uohton Is visiting his brother, Kov. B. C. Morton, at Harrl-moTann. WKare sorry to hca of tho serious Illness of our old friend, Mr. II. Gtccn Sutton, of Itockcastle. Mil. AND Mlts. V. II. SHANKS aro at Itlchmond spending tho week with Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Ilaldwln. J. L. Shannon ordors his pupcr sent from Moreland to Cincinnati, whero ho huit engaged In business. Mil. WILL Kt'llANKH ana brido, of Livingston, scnl several days with rulntlvea In this county. A T. Nun.nkli.KY Is horu from Fort Worth, Texas, to seu bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. I'. 1. Nunnelley. TlNHLKY and wlfo spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Holderman at !.abannn. Dit. AND Mlts. W. W. IJUIIUIN, of Itlchmond, uro sending Christmas with her arcnl at Crab Orchard. Kkv. and Mlts. F.W. Allkn. Frank nil Annette, wonl'to Lexington yestir-da- y to vlnlt Mr. Allen's aged fathor. MllS. Ki) ION(l, of Glasgow, and Master Hugh Cheatham, of Niuhvlllc, atv with I'rof. and Mrs. M.O. Winfrey. JOSKI'II UlTHKilltOVi:, of Laurel, camo down Saturday to spend ChrUt-ma- s C. L. Hens' with his father-in-laley. and Doha tho' MmlUon Femulu Institute, are at homo during the holiMissks U.'.UMHMaN, of Catukuink days. of Mlllcrsburg Fcmulo College arrived Saturday to Send tho holidays with homefolks. I'ltOK. C. K Ood has given up the Middleburg Acadouiy and bus accepted a chair In tho faculty of tho Harbour-vlll- o Collego. Mr. McGakvey Wood, of Liberty, made Stanford a short call and took Miss F.lla II. Wright back with him to spend tho holidays. Mil. AND MRS. L. M WKSTKlinKLO and Miss Heltlo Marrs went to l'arkc-vil- lo Misses Mamik and Sallik Lynn, h yesterday to enjoy Christmas dinner with relatives. MR II M. HUNT, who Is In. tho railroad business with headquarters at Danville, III., Is spending Christmas Jtlth his parents in this county. J. C. Sl'RADLIN, wlfo and daughter, Ml Flora, of Mlddlesboro, aro spending a fow days with Mr. D. A. Twaddle utid wlfo, near I'luasant Point. Cait. Frank Maris and family and Mrs. Hud Sturks, of Lebanon Junction, and Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Hutchur, of Lexington, were guests ut J. W, Ad ams', Frkd W. Miller, who Is connected with tho Frank Fohr Hrowlng Co., of Louisville, has our thanks for two of thu hundsoincst calendars we have over seen. Trukhkart Hourne, John L. Hay and CllbertGrlnslead, from IUchmond, John Shanks, from Lexington, Alfred A. Hlgglns, Kindrlek Alcorn and Steele llalley, from Danville, and John Hule, from Somorsol, o homo enjoying Christmas. It. Walton Hastland, brother of Mr. A. G. Faslland, of this pluco, and well known hero, has been selected by Juno W Guylo, congressman from thu toventh, as his prlvato secretary. Mr. !:. was a druggist in Danvlllo for years but moved to Owunton, whero ho has since practiced law. OV tho talented lady who got homo u-- Friday ulgul, tho Courlor Journal Bays: Mrs. J. K- - Portman Is spondlog tho holidays at Stanford, but will return goon to rcsumo bcr work with bor musical classes. Mrs. Portman la an accomplished pianist, and although her residence In Loulsvlllo Has Deo a Drlor, SUO OaS lUCk nifcu tuuwu hi.vviii Loaded, with a big stock of Holiday HlRTHS. Threo of the INTERIOR Goods of every description. Como In Journal's valued patrons had Christ and sco us. Warren it Shanks. mas presents presented by their wives Salid and Plated Waro of nny make or us follows: T. H. Ilrlghl, of Boyle, a atteru, Toilet Articles, Cut Claw Ware, We aro headquarters for nil kinds of daughter, I, M. Dunn, of Garrard, a Ac, at such prices as will make it an oh- feed: hay, corn, oats, millet, straw, son, und Churles W. Anderson, of Lan ICCt tO Datronizc US. CnlnllKrnna mm lu shlpstulT, Ac. J. II. Haughman ic Co. seen and prices learned by applying to caster, a girl. IN order to reduce our stock, will The Iiaptlst church treated its young sell hay at a very cloeo prlco for the pcoplo to a Christmas trco night. At the Store of next few weeks. J. II Haughman & Mr. J. C. McClary, clad as last THOMAS old Santa, Co. This it Special and will Save You Money. delivered tho presents gathered by Free. Handsomely dressed doll Ilov. J. U. Crouch and It. S. Lytic, and glvfii away by Craig c Hockcr. Kvcry made tho children's hcurts glad. Thero purchaser of a doll Is entitled to a wero recitations and songs und tho enLOCAL HAPfEHINSS. ctiiincc. tire program was greatly enjoyed. X.MAS presents at Hamilton's. Mr. Crouch's llttlo twins recited and His friends hero will bo glad to know FILE crackers that will jar tho town that Mr. C. D. Powell, now of Lancas- brought down the house. Mr. and Mrs. at F. D. Ilallou's. ter, thinks of moving back to Stunford J. S. Hlco got a big pumpkin and Mr. Lytic a cabbago from the Knights of and opening n storo. IiETTIi: llCKOItti, a well'known . tho Grip. woman, died In Macksvillo Sun The stock of millinery bought of MATRIMONIAL MATTERS, day afternoon of pneumonia. Mrs. McKinney will bo disposed of at Hoys, this is tho time you want Io be ready to wade riKht in and havo a pood County Clerk Harnett, of Pulaski, HE ATI NO stovo season Is rapidly cost to clear out entirely for Spring time. You simply can't do it In the old Suit, the old Shoes, Shirts and Tics. Yon Issued 12 marriuga licenses In two days. stock. Miss Annlo Phillips. passing. Como and sco us for bottom would imagine everybody was looking nt you and it would poil your fun. If you I). Lee May and Miss EulatioKdwards McKinney. prices. Higglns was a typical Christinas wero married nt Perryvlllo last week. will wear one of our NEW combs, fancy )ucketbooks, fun-c- y day. A winding sheet of snow bad J. H. Myers, Jr., got license yester work both In Hattenburg nnd em- covered tho enrth tho night before, tha day to marry Miss Hallle M. Johnson broidery at Mrs. Katu Duddcrar's. mercury started out below "0 and at the Moreland Christian church didn't get above .10 all day, tho air wus For Kent. Una of tho storerooms bracing und crisp and tho skies bright. An Oregon girl set a trap for a bear occupied by Severance fc Sons. Apply It wus also a remarkably quiet day, and caught a man in it. Now every It will be so supremely stylish and so corafortahlo and nt this olllco or to Mrs. M. J. Miller.' few pcoplo being in town nnd they on unmarried woman in Oregon is putting that you will forget all about your pergonal appparance and go right In to win. You never found glvo their good bchuvlor. Wo didn't see a out bear traps. THE Parksyillo Maccabees will Conductor Chas. U. Urown, of the L. more correctly built Shoes thnn our a supper Thursday nliht. wo aro re drunk mun tho wholo day nor a bolster N., and Miss Margaret Vermillion, "c. ous one. It Is clear this morning also, quested to announce Admission daughter of George W. Vermillion, of with tho mercury down to l!i. EvSTOLE COAL. J. W. Perrln's lower Boylo county, wero married Thursday. Whllo the coal houoo was broken Into Saturday Fatal Collision. Itobert Tapp, 29, and Miss Joslo Cumnight and JH) or f0 hushels of coal Springfield train, which was crowded mins, 2., camo to town yesterday and and late, was discharging pusscngers celebrated Christmas by getting Eld Our Ties and Shirts are all made to order and 'selected with great caro. Give us stolen. 8 ut Gap In tho Knobs, a station soma 15 Kd Hubbard to lnuKo them husband share of your patronage and wo guarantee to take caro of you. THE young gentleman will glvo a miles from Loulsvlllo on tho main lino and wife. hop at Walton's Opera House Wednes of tho L. & N., a double header freight Miss Llzzio M. Herron, of Urodhcad, Sax- day night, 27th, and have written train crashed into It from tho rear und was on Saturday morning's train en ton to furnish tho music. toro tho rear car to pieces. Mrs. J. route to Louisville to meet her lover, The oyster supir given by Prldo of M. Carrothcrs. of Loulsvlllo, was killed Mr. W. H. Lynch, of Putesville, and Kentucky Hlvo of Maccabees at Llv and 15 wero Injured more or less scr they wero married at tho Willard Ho Ingston a few nights ugo was a decided lously. Thu accident occurred about tel Sunday, Miss Mamie Holman, of ft o'clock Saturday afternoon and dc Hrodhead and Puttie McPherson staod-in- g succcst about ti" being cleared. talncd tho night express on this divl with tho party during tbo cerebad day slon an hour or so. Saturday was a miserably mony. Afterwards, Mr. and Mrs. but thero wero lots of pcoplo In town THE boys wero having u hot old time Lynch left for their homo at Paints- to buy Christmas tricks und tho uier- at Lancaster yesterday and thero was vllle, where ho Is manager of the Cin clmnto did about as woll us usual. "scrapping" galore. Two Sugar Creek- - clnnutl Cooperage Co., qutto a lucrn. Q Yotjr Winter Goods you can make your money go along ways at our conlllct betweon tho ur- - Ites emptied their guns at each other live iwjltlon. The brido is a most de Owi.sa to a Store for the few rangcmontHOf theadvancoagentund tho on "buttle row," but neither was hurt serving young lady. On tho death of W manager of Howers It Husby's min- Thero was a tight or so at tho cattlo bor parents sho was thrown on her own strels, they will not appear here next pens, whllo a man named Specks und resources and became a trained nurso. position for somo time at 3 Saturday, but at Lancaster lustcad. another named Sparks had a llstlculf tlllini: that Prlco Infirmary here. Shs tho Joseph on public square. Chief of Police was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and "THERE havo been fewer marrlogo James I. Hamilton ind assistant, Mr, camo to this country when nine years licenses Issued this December than ev- Plorcc.'wcro busy all day making ar of age. She is a lovable little woman er before In my knowledge of tho of- - rests and Judge Drown held court al and will mako a true helpmeet. I lice," said County Clerk Cooper with a most from sun to suu. It was a good We move Jan. Ut to the room opposite Court House and we j sigh "liuslness generally In tho olllco day for the town treasury but It was PRINTING OFFICE FOR SALE Is dull." ho added. The tough on tho boys, who had Christmas tonui. MchoUifille iVmocrat, weekly, on has a fwr riper It paying anU-- tliTidentl and the The express and malls havo been In their bones and red liquor in their Ifuod circulation aiaou nana best jeopIe. Three i ret, a unirtrui lrpicv, a asQinKioa crowded with Christmas presents com' tanks. ion which T1IK DKMOCIi AT Is now related) and a tlordoo Jobber. Abundance of news and job ing In and going away. Agent J. S f KLOl'ERS. On Saturday morning's 7Ii linpuninKatoiiei, I,to news audjoli cases, '2 racas, rnawn, Kiiiers, lurnuure aim Hlco was worked so hard with bis ex early truln wore two couples of elopers, camneia. neeIel in a hrstnlasa uthce. ew gs everything 3 press business that ho has hardly been Ilockcastle county furnishing both of ollne enRiue. Taper is doing a pud buslneos. Only S This means you buy your goods at a big saving to you. reason tut selling is the fact that the owner Is go able to stay at his post since. tng Into other business. Address, tho prospective brides and grooms. Mr, W. it. UAlUtIS, McholasTllle, Ky. The Interior Journal has tho Cbas. C. Davis, a prominent druggist, I most faithful employees of any In tho and Miss Alza Logan Drown, youngest 3 S country. Though Christmas day, every daughter of tho late Dr. J. J. Drown; Opposite after Jan. Ut, 1900 a Of Lanis in Whitley County. one of them wns on duty as, usual yes- Mr. Simeon N. Davis, teacher und su terday, Including tho pretty stenogra- voyor, and Miss Lena, oldest daughter MNCOI.X cincriT oiukt of pher, who left her beau to attend to of Judge G. W. McCluro, wero tho in- Flnt National lUnLami Miuliml, Kr , I'lalntlll, Va (libera, IMfuiUuta. In Mtrr terested parties und on arriving at Ktiulty i: Vsrnun business. Mention of the ImlKuieut rentlrml bv Mn Loulsvlllo went at onco to J e Her son Court at Ha January Miss Annie Phillips bus bought of vllle. whero tho four wcru made two by coin Circuit Buut sijim ww. xlal utilise auu Term, ivj-j101 ill iu iu iuv Mrs. A. A. McKinney her millinery an obliging magistrate. Tho grooms SUiifiml, Ky., liaflDi; failed at a imblic aaleun. drr the orJtr of thla court to realize money enough street and will se- uro cousins. Mrs. C. C. Davis attended to aatlafy Ulut!tl ilelit, Intereat auj cotta, I will ou store on cure tho services of u city trimmer. collego hero, where she has many xo, Mrs. McKinney bus agreed to help frlonds. She Is bright and accomplish ..!-it. II..I...II,, W'kltl..., rf...,.lt l wu nit? 'Miiucf iri with iiic Miss Phillips buy her spring stock and ed, whllo tho other Mrs. Davis, who Is lioiirsoftauua. u..and'i rvuMiui njl(public outcry m., sell at II Gnllery in Central Kentucky, having been reThis Is now the most iu 1110 uiifiini muut'f mi iiuvu ui iuv inuiui isiitl assist her soma durlngjbusy Bcasons. not well known hero, Is said to bo u containing cently equipped with the marvelous Anastlgmat Lcue; the now dUcovery in optic! ccienco 1 wish to tay to the Ladies that attructivo und lovublo young lady ABOUT ACRES, The London corresondeni of tho very Loulsvlllo Times Is "working" that Oftlieilcfemlaut MIm Mary K. Varuon In ultl an Santa Claus did duty ut millions of county,and will aaatUfy the ItitljEiuemto rendered In papor. Among other dispatches sent lie realUed the aouut on that day und many millions of actloii Just received a large stock of tho very Is tho ono telling of tho breuklng open homes yesterduy lafMil.Ni IwImk the reeldueof idalutirTa debt, coala. little hcurts were rnado happy by tholr riDilial, Intereat and tltuate.1 In Whitley County, of Loo fc Co's safe at Hubuuks, which fall! tract of laud It coming of b.y.,iuaircaoi which, uiureor iea, i e on lue tho Times corresKndeiit sent from mythical benefactor. Tho oflhu l.ouiivllle A aldeof the rltlbl'ot-wathe old fellow Is one of the sweetest NaahTlile lUUroad, and 8V) urea, more or leu, Me nearly two weeks ugo. hero of Weal aldiot Hie deluslons.of childhood und thu enjoy on the 1 ixnuuilwloaer will oiler for aald aale be Patterns never sold in tills localltytl)cforo - have to Located Him. Mr. M. S. Haugh-mu- n mont it affords Is shared In to a great IheUnd.oriu much thereof, lyl iron the tint, able for framing from the simplest photograph to be seen to bo appreciated. Suit' Kal the mot elaborate pai'ntiugs. and tithe blood hounds tho other degree by tho parents, who grow young tldeof the l.wt aide does not railroad rnounh to Amoug tho lot it tho New French "Fleur-l'e-I.is- " tried his mouldings specially fur suitable reallie laud on the day by sending u man u circuitous aguln In witnessing tho delight of tholr aalUfy the amount aluia nanml the couiuiUttoner delicate pictures. Embroidered Mais, French Water Odors, and all Icturcs that relyiunon 11m will tuenonrruraaieiueiauj route and putting the dogs on bis trull offspring. Thero are somo goody, goody aide of the railroad, or ao tuui b at nuv be tietM. quire a dainty frame When in Danville, call and seo us and get cur prices. Wo money. uvo hours later. They people, who think It almost a crlmo io ry for that puri, 'the laud ordered told la will save you somo four or 124 Tliird;Street Oprosite l'ost Office, Danville, Ky. buowu sa toe had no trouble In locating the man-wh- pructlco such a deception on children, OIjU Gil. I. IB had climbed a trco to keep tho but Itcv. F. W. Allen Isn't ono of them. And bounded on the North by the Uuda of Joe lieniwtl ami llcury l. canines from eating hlffc up. Theso In his sermon Sunday ha took decided aide by Ilia lauda of iiruiuiueii. tin the Hot Win. Sawyer aue Mra, Cypress Shingles Iron Fence. till1 the South dogs promlbo to bo of Invaluable ser- Issuo with such pcoplo und showed how Shar. Ou the Kaat br by tbelanda ofC'al Juuea. helm and on the landi ot llovri. vice to the county and Mr. Daughman foolish was tholr contention. Ho ad- Lforre. The land la Hue coal laud aod lu acceaa to the railroad mate in entire Iran otbuu siroa deserves the thanks of tbls soctlun for vised bis bearers to go homo and make ery Taluable rverty. AC-SIMB,( luontha, Tmu oc Si I. A eredftofa his trouble und outlay In getting and the children as happy as possible by etiual Inalallineut. oe booda with and U aecurlty. ! iod J day keoplng them. Dink Farmer, who has tho Innocent and sweet delusion and Iwirlng Intereat from eilwt olol aale until iiald aud Judgment. A Ilea hallux Ibetorce and them In charge. Is almost as proud of they must havo taken his advice judg will be retained on the land loamirt Ibe iiy. Mill Metal Roofing. them as ho would be with the nomina- Ing from tho way the little ones told of luent for the imnbaM uiouey. C WAHltEN, It. Mailer Comulialouer Lincoln Circuit Court tion for Jailor. Old Santa's visit. Diamonds, Waters Rmf Fine Clocu ROBERT FEN Z EL DALTON. in CHRISTMAS FESTIVITIES. t aY Fred Kaufmann's Made to Order Suits, cy-to-wcar t m Patent Leather and Enamelled Shoes for ening and Street Wear. rgz3smmmmmmm2 JOHN P. JONES, Stanford. 1 If You Haven't Bought REMAINING DAYS OP THE YEAR. i ... Would Rather Move Money Than Goods. Commissioner's ale SEVERANCE Court-house SONS. mtmmsM.mS;mm$msM8&: DANVILLE, KY. 111 THE FOX ART GALLERY, THESE LENSZS FLATTER. r) Wednesday, Jan. 111 'oo, 500 i:t katest Designs JVJouldigs y riithtof-wayortai- nl o 1'AM. STAHFORP,KY Woik. ifftilrtstliitfrT'r mi'i ..MaTiMsA itwait&tt uA fcn i.i aWKjaoaltHat.. ..Wlattdri !1jWk-- i 'SI s 1 THEINTEK10RJ0URNAL iYiuW in teoond-clas- Ihe yofl-ojjlc- e at Stanford at t matter. -- tACyt ij ns iMM kiji- tin - G00Q WILL TOWARD JPtx'cli.mii.ma.Tya.mmAmLym ua X"xlAwsi ...JNU Tg-J- V I k IW flow from time into fttrnitjf have borne to the world the blessed anniversary which marked the dwn of hope (or humanity, the day when man saw the ultimate victory over death and the triumph of the immortal over the mortal. Through the darkness the watcher underneath the midnight skies mw the Hung of KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. a glorious ttar, and ita light it aUU thining upon the world to be a beacon amid the . 1 OS H.. 6 Arrrife.tStntordt a 10 A.. . itorm, to lead generation! yet unborn to the Stanford at 4 No. " humble manger aanctifi-- U by Infinite love JJ r. No. 11 Arrifeaatllowlandat J t and companion, and made holy by the birth No W Imare biantord of a hope that ihould lift the lowliest man to KNOXVILLE DIVISION. the divine height where he could look unafraid upon the face of hit God. 51 a m lt lis. 4 Train jolnj Nona Teace on earth, good will to men," ang .. 2 41am " world the heaenly hosts, and the war-vexeSou tk M52pra UinMed to the anthem, for in It waa heard For allirolnu. the thanksgiving of the alave, whose chain were to be made light by the love of the IW'IGU TICKETS SOLD. to be toothed by IUOOAOE CHECKED THKOOGH. Christ, whose atripea were the hand that touched the leper and For tnr Information enqulr ot cleansed him of hi foulncia, whose ihame JOE S. RICE, Agent, made glorious by a brotherhood with Stanford, Ky. wai the carpenter" Son of Nazareth, who came to preach the Goipel to the poor. "Peace MAMKF0RT AND CINCINNATI. ring on earth," the Chntma bclU y . S 40 P. out the message that wai flung to the wind Train, lear. Frankfort .17 A.M. A nd Mil C witbQ tmen; of night by the angel voice on the plain of A. M. nd iSinetlnitleonlon 5 10 P. M. l it Bethlehem, and from the uttermoit end of at s.is the earth men come to bow down and offer U A C and reaching Frankfort lawn with their gift of frankincense and myrrh, the A...-d- 7 A. incense of grateful and lowng faith, at tho feet of the infant Jei u who wu "born King QUEEN & CRESCENT. of the of the Jew," but who reign etrth, proclaiming now, a in the hour when follow Train pttJ jctlon City 4 11 p m lie took upon Himielf the likeneti of man, 12 01 P m No. 1 North Ho. 1 South good-wil- l that endureth from genera 1J M !.& " " ....!o M p m that to generation, and that pitie the short-comin- g Ma. 5 " 00a m tion " 10 8 05 p m " Bo. failure of men with a bound-te- n and no fur- Nos I in 1 2 do not .top, 9nJ 10 run tenderness. Iker thin Juntllon City. to look What bring ye, who come y upon the holy mjstery of the Christ birth, as an offering acceptable to the Saviour of . men; what trcaaure that shall not pensh, what incense that shall be of goodly savor Xo longer do men don armor of proof, and buckling on their onl bid farewell to home and friend, seeking faraway land that they may lay the heathen, who bcliee not in Ilim, and rescue from impious hands the scpulcher in which Hi mortal part lay a few brief hours. Chmt ha rev ealed Him-sel- f a the Saviour of those who know llim not, the lover of peace and the hater o' war. "The captain and the king depart," the stillness of death hushes the shouting ruon.. v. ii. cakmek. of the multitude, the laurel wither upon the gold the CORBIN, - - KENTUCKY. the brow ofofthe conqueror, What arerust in honor, the miser. coffer m renown, riche, a a sacrifice to the King 111 head, to the throughout. who had nowhere to lay Clos to 1'aMnger IVpot. Firt-cla- a conqueror who vanquuhed death, to the Itatei 13 Pr day. Creator of the world and the fullness $1 gr PER YEAR CASH foptirtma.OO wHbeenr-ed. When nol r)9i vilirr lyr' NEN' r OAIN the tide that is Itm " '" " .... .liuu ATH1UUTETO JACK TUItNK Thn Interment of tho body of yountr Crvo John K. Tumor took pluco at Tup-daHill cemetory, Loulivlllo, Ut Hcv. H. L. I'owoll, of tho Plrat Christian church oIllclatlnR. Tho choir pang "Aalccp In Jotuo." then a Pnalm waa read. "Nearer My uoo. to a neo. "Thero Will llo No Moro Sorrowlnp Dr Tinr" wero then aiinir. prayer,I'owcll Tho then led In a beautiful .nrmwlno- - and broken henrteil ones infi thi snot hidden with a cover of ,notifnl. whltoehr.vsanthemuma. villi Brief that thero could bo no moro ilono for the noblo and heroic younjr man and ono that pavo up hU llfo without a murmur at duty' call. Mr. Turner was a vtut a jrraduato of Stato Collruc. tactician, bad a lino military flno and ureal ability, held ul cxcrl raWroai poslon by hlu (lonorotu manner made points; him many friends tbroutjliouttbo State. wa Ho was agent at Livingston and agent that over served at the youngest Lebanon Junction and held tbo placo - ihn nnv other. Ho tind a llko position at Mt. Pleasant, . Tennessee, ..u ".. when bo dleu six weens many warm friends there, who join fol- us In saying bo was a flno, noble . y, im.-u- I have forsalo Mnmmolli llronsoTurkrrs, I ! weighed ra Led fronl n Tom a, when 10 month old. Young Toms. Ill J K. I.T"i. Wanlord f ach (TS.Mm to dissolve partnership, we will sell tnonlor tho following proKrly, AKO SHLE OF STOCK Mam.noth Bronze Turkeys. NHrraKAiiitcU TurkcyH hnHun.U l"or FAHHINO IktrLEUENT3. tt -- al. (lol.lem li montln Cl pa"l; Mill II T IIIWII, Hlsnaird. ' rul-let- A. N. PRICK, Sarirvoo FRIDAY. DEC. 1 1 1 pair aged Work Mule. palr.Vjear-oli- l 20TH. 1800, Ewes Main Hog, :. 1... ... I'.-hil- one (Mnl.tnnnU. tlinnt ami ..". f lllfc III r.lllllllK iniinmv of sale. Terms made known on day Almiit 41 head of nice) 0 Nice HriKMJ, Cows, pilr Sytarolil " Mare Mules, t. . .H.iu. tVs fsllar nf I.lnrnln OtiilhtT putijfrt to th nctlon ot lli lrinorllo . - ..till.. I iy. iourinpniri a JOHN C. FEPPI.K9 winii UINK FAM9ILKK - Ijentlst, ir Stanford, Ky. UllMtr II. "HHHft; Ita 5i -HWAN McItob.ru' Ira Mlora In llilllillni Owilej f I. IliVTV. W II. Mi'HrtlT. Is aandldate for Jailer, sulijeet to the no- John tion of the dcmocrnllc party He solicits jour support. Uasn imait, IlllCCKIIIIttMIE Antui'itO. Imnoiiam Cam NOTICE! will more ia hereto; glten that . It. n.t .fiil.e lertn In J.nuirr. IMS', lo l llirmif lMte me from all HiMlliron ll ii r ifc.i, iiiniio., O. M listing nude nnil seltlemrnt with rounly rourtr is asuliinew ul h rtlals of IO. M honsmt court . I.I S J. WULCHHY, n'prMwnUtlTe) of r.AunEfl. HUSflELL o. . :. ..v.i in, "Mli III Cl.UH"1. nn All Ksrroentauttnt on. ii f SMnnuof. & CO, Merchant Tallori. MT WctTth Street. Ulnclnnatl. (., Will display Bample at the Ht. Asaidi Ijotol Kielt Month work. A Verlsl ROYAL : . INSURANCE COMPANY Liverpool. Company World. In th J. T. SUTTON, Undertaker, le, Kentucky tlilmelho.lof mlslll Is an Impwlblllty dnlnr bu.lnew. Call and mamlno latest SI HampUm Fall and Winter. with 1SW-IW- 0. Irro.t Flra In.uranre Offer. hlTsMTlcM to the pwplej ull stock ol am! Casev eounlln -- a www k .. till (. laiiinN nvr, mnigw I), o. (mrpf "? t ' lxVS? m mrli-tl- POSTED aw anj tie llneli Ueld. M H Barbee & Castleman, jow r;. u unuiiii-)- OPTIONS ON FARMS WANTED. H Managers Houlhcrn Department. i.w.i namnt stlilsOltr ImIiIW forbid any liuntlncof pno of any General Officer. Columbia llulldlnff, Ixiutt (39) Uvllle, Ky. t tli full extent of tit ! nnd will proMMTum wm, iwi- -' Ird ,llMnx JONES, BfcV dentist, A, ilKULAiiVB WLUll ivr...w..'.. Krlger, Ky. j r.n-- e M.rtln. of tho rierson Drug c iih that ho is having a great' run on Chamberlain's Cough Item- edv He sells live Uoltien oi tuni iiiwiinm. .. ,.." ..... . . ...M... r.fTtt aTrthlnat (r -- ,. cine to ono ot any oincr siuu, or In great BStlsfnctlon. In these day rspe. 'll '' '',",f,uh, CliamWr ornnnenul trr gilppo there Is nothing like "'- -, empiuj wp "(." inenl lnins's Cough Kemcuy II r .pnllrittoola lungs and heal up the soro throat and lime. The glv e relief within a very short it ar-- . sales are growing, and all who try it' prompt action -- South pleaed with LIVERY. FEED AND SALE For sale by Chicago Daily Calomel STABLE, Craig & Iiockcr, Druggists. HAVISa A :AT IIOaN' ON CHAM. would IlUe to tnVn option on good farms -.rj?.16"" Lincoln County. '' John ST llarrl, II. I'mter, J II. McAIUter. F. H I'. Wood. I'liri-oli- Held. llaiieliinan. II .V W II yhank J. J I' W HaiiKhmaii. ! ,M uir), rr art. 8 J F.mhrv. J II. .McKlnxet. J i: Farrl Lincoln County National Bank. C'll.l hliKk.HKO.OTO.: :f.,.,. TREES.TREES ..i. 11 liklh. I.Ml ...IIH onkln Hie liosod ul lar unln, i.f li.rneM I....ar f.ll a. sailr-haltlnrMl sill 1 . a...- hetwlllir tbttutiml Vlw,r.twUofMr hrM .1 lVdroMuU.-flt.i-r-iwlnY FOR SALE. ... i Farmer uitnw to The a.m. anJ uiMler Itank X Tru.t tVini-amaniamrnt r.nllnu vu.lr.lur 2 Inn. " ,., b.gTfox, at all time. '"."""'n. th. W orld . sir -" bhnflt.orn.sr. "(-'- J' , Solicits Your Bank Account. IKlr.( tuch bu.lneu rrU'lon. Ill pnt Ijr UnrBcl.l asd plrawnl lilltrtTOILS mulml hiniro htt in iitiuusmi latWt ltrIOI htni"lT ,or will, lor -- hat .0.1 W. psraau, TH.f..VVrnMr. ,r "..ul "- - ., J.J. J.S.O.lr. '. IIIUn(iiHli A. w. V.'. Wllllani.. 1 wP 6 0 above to Add six Bgures from tbo n ilonu anu tno nrsi. m count -- i. t. n..nsend tho correct solution will -.- KENTUCKY DANVILLE, Mule cmstantly on hand and llnnr. and or sale MIHSIEVELYN TARMF, Tho Soamstresa. Plain and Fa.hlonablo Hewing Cutllnf niwimii..FlltlDK a wlalt.T. U.ral.r, II J I' I ynn. JS ll.Ch.ak. J. I Calk, Cunnln., ani J. U. 0..1.,. . Ky. DR. R. COLDSTGIN. Tiir. - omcr.iw . II. Sha. I'mllenti J.ll.Ovtltr.t'aihUr; S WHITE HOTEL, W S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., aLnncnittcrT Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vltaltu d Air. Offlce.tn thI M.llrl(nt,At-Ca.hlr- . person to bo clven tho iNTciiiuu uwU.... tbrco months. M,. 1L ! tlllvla. of lUnTlops. Sl-- ln. Celebrated Eye Specialist, OK FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK8TANniKD, SPAIK'S GREATEST HEED snd. hi; LoulHvllle, - Kentucky, Wed- I'hj.lclanNjn attend- Tt IT. 51 WMUat thf ihU grind msaicin... -- eurrs Aroerlrs know, thai .It - Nw Thompson WI1LV. lliillalnif. j.C.c&IiAY thereof! Oh e who seek the Christ that ye may bow down and worship Him, remember: .". ,,, ;ndtU)m, khiner . St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, nesday, Jan. 3rd. SeU-Uifcillj l Anil I'talei it HafvJBlTSSS, SADDLEBY.&l) ' KY. STANFORD. "Still stands the ancient sacrifice; An humble and a contrite heart." I! Chritt be truly born unto your oul, let your live proclaim the metaage that the The bell ring out thi Chnatma day. adoration which strengthens your soul anew conflict of Me should be like a for the glorious flower, (bedding it perfume on the wind that sweep around the world, a purifying influence and a beauty which even the most careless eye ran see. Gather up some wandering ray from the star (tuning over the manger, and bear it into the dark places of the earth, that it may light some soul in the midnight of despair, and lead it to the source of immortal radiance. Catch some wandering tone of the angelic song, and repeat the strain above the pillow where 1'ain wards off the tender hand of Sleep, where Hegret sound the dirge over united hours, in tome haunted where Sorrow moan chamber in which the ghosts of lost da) walk wailing for the sweet sin that left such deep and itinging wound. He who bore tlie gnef of men earns over the wandering sheep, and you who have seen Hi fare, who have read the tender message of His love, who have trodden with Him the road from llethlehem to Calvary, remember on thi Christmas day that again He ia born unto jou and unto the world. You are the me engers wh are to bear abroad the peace and goodwill that the Heavenly choir proclaimed on that first Christmas night, jou are to interpret the meaning of God be come Man, you are to vindicate the martjr-dothat bought the highest good with incarnate Virtue, for "unto jou ia born this day a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord." LOU V. CHAPIN. Ho admits with a smile that Is mocking. That Christmas no longer consoles; He hasn't a xlngle stocking That Isn't full ot holes. gist. - Kftuming one day in tach nionfA. Eiaalael and OImmi 2y Aij-ita- FRITH HOTEL, rropristor., r. rSANOlSM, m ClU18Uck 1100,000. Sarpltti, 1X7.038 MUblUtwd This lutltuUoa orllnally as Ik lM. a oalt Danknf tHastord la IsM, tkeo rwrf.BlMa AT DEPOT. Ilest Hotel B RODHEAD, KY. th Nillonal ll.nk ofBtanlora la IW3 andtfila SUnfcrJ r(aalal a. th. Kin I Kalt.aal IUoimI d. Thl life a delusive cheat, question For when we've solved the eat, Of what is safo for us to of Indigestion. We die Is lb. mountain., r.lM eonaldere.1. V,,ur.me.t all train. rperW alU.lloo lo tea. fling men. n IU2, ha had practically as uninterrupted no tot 41 year t BEHZLEY HOTEL. KENTUCKY. - THAT THROBBSHO i, their milch aswPSKw'.'' w luertl cured, bold "T re""7, . -- '' d HEADACHE W. A.BEAZLEY, Pror., WANT1D liberal American Stock Farm and comnil-lo- ns I It I. bettai tuppllad aow wlli lor traaueUof kudoM. promptly asd tacUltla lis lonfland boooratiU il. CRAB ORCHARD, ac1 nil . . ... i ..ii.it .ittwflhtinnl oihi us..-.- . U- carr. Arrount ol Individual, aduclarlM.arax fnr thf1 SWck. Moat asdlndlflaoalfwllclud. .J,,. Splendid Accommodation. ell. Clone Ui Depot and bulphur It tie UuiHonahle, Une Water. j term, famplo copies free Addrew Stock farm VublUMnR Co.. Ky. allowru. """ Ken-tuck- "v biaacTo.s M. P. Raid, Morula Co ; J. W. Ilayd.a, Si.ofc.ia II. Uaughru.o, T P. Hill, W A TrlbbU, v...... A,..Lirnr t.r ihilr liberal tut Vou take jour Wheat and Corn to Morris M. U Elmore, manfurd, ronuco anil nntuipt iiayinenu and I.o.hj trip for iheChri.tH..-hon Fred1. Exchanc- - In W m IUut.erty - -- ' -- " they wJi cniiu jw orricaai. Jholldajs. Tickets wiiuo -lour In Stanford and gel In rchai.R Meal. aud J. 8 lliirker, lrr.ldent,V J. M1IU.U1U, Ca.Ll,r -- -, Flrst-Clas, agenuDec.22d.23d, 24tn, Meal. You can also buy Hour, s A A MtKlnn.j Axlatant Ca.hUr. at Ilran. Chicken Fel. Ac . "Slst.andJan. 1st, wuii ... r .iri.niired than CUT to ido uir placo than any "he"' In town A trial be I believe my enchance "III 1 a.k. ru. 4th, WOO. For Schools anu v..Jan. work for tin I. all liber-a- l '""'-De- o. a Rood thing for farmers and I -pledRe lege- -, holiday rates win uo full wilRht- My Ky. transaction, and . final limit J. H. GREEK, 111. ver IU. l.r 15tb to 2Ut, Inclusive, rmno from l.udderar-,.. Tho sneclal urrange- i.v. lonn Mills and aro llr.t cla. MOlllllS UtEU wvw DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS J Oils 1VU upon ccr. Telcphona Ho mont for students Is effective ia. o. tlllcates from tbo Principals MltS. U. D. 8IMPSON, Pror.. Colleges. For further mior.uuUu, HOTEL Now )t-- r m . . ... nH nno third tj.ilwav has arranged fortberouod AM TSAlTSJ'Uli MM Just Like a Mill. Ship-stuter 8.T. llarrll, " J.S.Hoekar, W.I. Walton .11 ;4. J. Miller, Mt Versos r"'" " HorHcjSliocr, Stanford. " i.l K' TO FLOR1DH and .Bo. : Kentucky. rates, etc., apply W nearest conmx-wu,.- tho Southern railway or , an v 11CWIT iumio"i Vi """ l.Mlfi! ' anlendfid llnes. W.A.Turk.ueni tys. TorterB tln. all Rvervthlnic wro & Washington, D. C. trains. UmUvme, Ky meet Act . Ast. Gon'l - Mason Hotel Iancostcr, V7.i-(..laV.ft.l. T -1 firBt-cU- THE FIFTH AVE. Louisville, Ky., The uiwit centrally located and only Southern Railway ltaiLw.v. with For the prrwnt U Inter Sewon TliK atheilulea, through rar-i- f The llachelor. A FRiaHTFUL BLUNDER P. - "'"" " StocklioldcrH MccthiK. Judge. ik.t aiu'buo1 r"Po.u.:uur.Ku .hi. Srth. OnlTcls.at - Great Clearing Sale Si IP lDH uD AN AWFUl. DUATII. tj 1'ennr. urua;ii- "ie .-.- it ! CF l- ,&H !Kas n-- jr -- m.'-- - . RACKET C', STORL! 1 ajXV bi. ?9&rf MlJ&T$ YuMcanliur lry lunula, Ootlilcu, llnoti, ShiH HirnUhlng I. lliu ami ! thindim' snd erer before. Now l vuiir Stidi for UinUjr with Uiae l supply yourself suit WINTER : GARMENTS ue h'or Ins money ihau tier Uloro. Come one, all snd Uke Hie nlvnut;e while llil. Kreit sale u gulag wi st the IticVtt htore. .ouIU uerrr Ket Mich iu o puriuniijr to huy guodiis cheap uijrou stean buy uuw lours lur gnut llarjulnt. .. our itore ...- -i ;uui'B ..,n i. line Into .....I imhiu. mid Cull Lumber. kuliulile. attack of tcrday sullerlng from a seveto or II irns uud Furui u.e Addrva. 1 understand K Mm Goodirl, the cramptollc,' writes It He MIlltl'IIY A MUUI'IIY I.UMHKHHCH, Sunda) school teacher, is dead. What was Dickey's Moun- Wlni;vllle. Ky and general mcrtliant, the trouble? TI23 Soutbsrn tne.i inrr.hul Compiny bhe Suicide. She ate some of the candy lain. I'a -- Mo nau .l...l ....I..I1U tllllllll ! without relief. As I had uwd that Has hung on the Christmas tree. bt. c. Ijuis tliolera ami CliaiubetlaluVtolIc, Ky. Of Hiunuly I gave him a .lose snd it A Clear Field. We. tho undertdpied fanners of Kings-vill- i, Flan: INSURANCE REVJ2K3ED. .,,.. Lrouchlhlui out allrlghl. I '"ever Bhe sune a Christmas carol ni.il vlclultv forbid any hunlluir ot by Craig A lovely thins It said: L'uuiooiiour faiiust til.. II .w a follow so rejoliiil " Sold .. .. P. .. .. tlun tli.lu. ".Meet me under the mistletoe IV II ' iiiiii Wo WlUo V:u I'.tj. Whin papu'a safe In bed." A Hocker, Druggists. W II bkldmore. ItuilOoocli M ii. builtli. Chicago Itecord lUu lioocti. Hwuenvy, ltubo lloitna, 014 Uno Companies Fat Whon Ton Lie. InsiHjotor has recom-mond- Jim lurpll .. o' A niu. imi.. That la All. K. C. 11 I All .....v.- 1). .luriMii, tbo tumoval of Mr. Jv 1150,000 paid In living WntuL. J. II Iacli, W M Meoks, "What the use of this article?" ai&ed a bo- - J. J. Moser, at Hawesve, Orr Vi,0iMituiiiia3j feurflus shopper. Vance, postmaster i . m kuiiu, W. O Alforu, u. u. iitiDsivr. Win, lliuter, W. It Ueyuold. Uio. Uliney, "1 really don't know," replied the clerk; causoof a aisortpauoy ui 1UUNUS WKAUU.V, LmcjI Agent, W. h. MLUurty D.M Orvlghtou, James D)t. ay for btanford. "1 tbiuk it U intended to be told SMITUDOMAN,t.y., In bor accounts. LeUilon xy, Cbrbtmaa prtsent."-lL- ck. ye- RKCKET STORG. Th Clieipiil Mire In the Country. faro via the HOLIDAY RATrM- -n to .. i.Jun itniitn Dec. u 1st- - Tickets 2.'ith, and Deo. 30th to Jan. aro good to return Jan. tin. of the stockholder of thiia-tlonA H at North of Ohio r'ver return limit ass lUnkof llu.tonlllu will ou held 2uil Gen. 1 thtlr ImiUInK hoiiMj In lluWnvlllo Utho 1. Jan 2d. W. C. Ulnearsoo, Tuesduj In Jinuar, I'JOD, betwien and diAgt., Cincinnati, O. A. M., for thu iuroo of ctn tlnjr iiluu rectors to servo tho cmhuIiijj jear. J. V IHIUIVr.lk. u.iii:i. Chicago and roturn via the $10.70 to Monon route. For tho uuru sold Year holidays tickets will bo to all polutson and by tho Monon route .. .....Irl.nljl. . 1.9 tl.l. I.lll. ino A iniUIIIKUl ..!.... reached by Its line, at ono and coin County .Natlouiil Ilank of tttuuford will faro on Dec. 23, 21. 25, 30. Jl and le held ut their fiauklnK hou.o the hwiind The rule Tuesday Iu Januiir), IWJU, for tho purpose ... Jan. 1st, limited to Jan. 2d. aud return U. ..i.r. i.... .. Hipu..tjir. rur - - - . iar ..uh (rotn LouUvlllu to Chicago J. I, ..II ..1. . v.... Full partlcuUrs and 810.70. will bo M. J Mi'iii'iiy. .i... ri,l..r .i.ntulnlilL' map will 00 M. Ouekn Muui'iir cheerfully furnished on application to A . l.ouis.... ..,, V. H. IJacou, D. FOR 2-- A meeting of the atockholdi'M of tho First . ..?..!... l urlll- Imi Ht - .. million ll nani. in I.....r....l their bankliiK houo thf second Tueidii)If In ....... HIT . ail at. till II HW ..naauLIa tf " .IHUUIir, 1UUU. .... ... ll... Akiuiilurf t uU. JOHN J. MrllUllEllTS. Cashier f.... l'i .7 --N- Stockholders' Meeting. niiM-tln- al lallon arran(ruieiiu K.nrrally tier olloreil loth travel Ui Niutli.ru lUwirla. front aud liii ul. Imi.v Tki.i. with IheCincinnati Crr . IJui-eNiul.vlll., in xut Ikiute, tlaCliallaauuiia, Jnupaul Tu I'lanl III thn city maklnR a Hotel Sy.trru. from Cincinnati la Tiikiikiii HLkanau JarkHioTltla. with runvenleni rounntlon. from Knuitllle, Aili.illl. and Sa.an luli.lll., 1I.lathe Itoul. Ihrouah th. Moun One block from tlie principal hlioppitig nah Hit. talo.of Wnlrru North Carolina "Ih. IjuiJ of " nnd two blocks from lliu llirec th.ky llirmigli district SleephiK tart fruui bt IaiuI to Al.i tluir with the I , K AM principal theatres. Jai kuiillW, in (Air I In.), (la lAul.vllIe, and tliruuch o Struct carapaiti tlietloor lo ail Meei In ar. fnui Kail... City lo Jaikaoiitlll, via lb. K t I HAM Itailruad, In ruunertiun the City. KwrytliliiB neat ami clean. wlthTiiKSiiiliiaRv lulLwar, Ia lllruilngbaui, Ilia la.l Atlaula, J.uii and fli. llaut HyiKiu kanu. City Jatkauntill. IJmlll. ouly Iblily eUlil hour froui Kinu Cilr Ut Jar aauutlll.. All Agent of cuuuvrilof fluesiwll tbroiiah Uiu ter l.irurilun lUkrUrla'liiic Nutlimx ItalLwav lo Ih. Ilvwri.nf Horl.l. aud the hnulh Mi, atkedulrs, huuklruand Infurmatlon mull&o ed frea lo any a llreM. by FIEST-CLilS- S rreut. the iuo.1 .u Ic an I Irampnr ttniliiaax $2. :r.a.t:e3. tu pis im. ew FIRE, LIFE SlockliolderrVJMeetluH:. one-thir- d nn;i" --r .COIXEliTT INSURANCE. J. ('.III. AM JII..S , Si Mi U Aiiaiu. bleao, III, C, A. IIAIitli, liar P.M. Ait.nl, A. PA, W. A. TUUlf, O I' l.iulnUL, Ky Washington, I). C W II TAVLOF., A. O. U. A Uiulsvlll. Oniy tlie best companies reprtscntcd. 1 fi Incpuirica solicited. ll. 11. MAHONY.Agt., Stanford. I. . LUMBER SALE. ilm?t! i !!. H. C. RUFlEY, The Merchant Tailor Stanfoud, Kv., a " IaOTTIOVILUC Mn Lexington. Dial-rlw- POSTED ll. i. CHICAGO, r slug Morning anl lWcninjc from 'on Station, 10th and llruadway. 1'asBonera dualrln Infotuialloii a v Un and f7 'l. Il.. Ii RecclvlUK 111 Fall aud poTt-otllc- od 1 if Winter GoocIh. mteato M. cousin. Jlinmsola, iud points In the far WuU, Including should addnas Krank " Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call J. Reed, (Jen. Pri. At;t . K. II. llacoo, Dli, l'uos. A't. W.U. McDoel, Vle9.1'rei. A Ocn. M. Cliarlell, Rockwell Trattla j.aa- v- 6 JUL, jtfjrft4U' .. iZ--f satfckw jilwai !! " via