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NO. 73 wiriiririininiryinininh JtjmJtjfcmmMmmjitAjMu,i& arrive at Capt. B. F. PowoII'b Thura- 'NIr''' DANVILLE Ilnlblc, Smith & Co., tinpluto wnru manufacture, failed at Loulnvlllo for 870,000. ficurge Weeks tried to kill himself at Columbia, O., becuiieo ho wan not to voto. Newton Carroll, a Italelch, N. snort, was robbed of 87,000 worth of diamonds while drunk. Four men woro killed nnd over a do.eu Injured by an explosion which followed a flru at Hanovor. Mass. , Two ships loaded with Chrlstmun trees wont down In a storm on Lake her. -Michigan and four lives woro lost. Dr. I. C. S. Harbour, for many years Bupcrlntendont of the Louisville City Hosltal, died Sunday night, aged fil. The two banks of Ellxubothtowii set-- , tied with tho city by paying It 70 per C weaves tttlsi nrotty romance out of thu iihii'i'latTii of the bountiful yowiy jrirl, whom picture herewith jrlvun. does her not oven ollirht justice. To her bounty t athJud a lovely and a irrueo of manner whlcn makuH her a mo.--i chut'inlnc .ounjr woman, admired by all who know her ami ili'votedlv loveil by IntlniutuH. Emphutl'iilly SiunfordV lora is St. i Louis' pi In nnd wi.'nngruie!:i:i It and the fortunate younj; man la winning ills-porti- hr - I , cent, of tho amount of btck taxes ciauucu. i m' .m -- & In tho month of Septum tier there wero ISo uooldents on Amorlcan rail-- 1 way. In which 0 persons wee Klliru and 128 Injured. Tho medical department of tho University of Tennessee, at Nashville, was destroyed by llumcs nnd a fireman wan killed by falling walls. Mrs. Lucy Harlowe, of Hell PlalnH, Indiana, dreamed that her child had fallen In tho flro and jumping out of bed suddonly broke both of her legs. fPMf TUB imiDK. - Tho Italian anarchlot, Lulgl Lue. chenl, who stabbed and killed lho E.lxaboth of Austria, was to rigorous Imprisonment for Km-presen-tono- ss I'. 'V.f life. Charlee Hedrlch, of Ml. Airy, N. C, was blown to bits by a prematura explosion of guniowder, whllo shooting an anvil during a democratic celobra- tJon Circulars, wiioms origin has uot been traced, have boon going through the malls to Nogroo In illtToront parts of thu South urging them to deeds of violence. John C. Iloth, county treasurer and u millionaire pork packer, was found dead In his packing house at Cincinnati with his head crushed. The cause Is a mystery. . Robert Drown killed his fatally shot his and oerhaps his wounded mother-in-laand brother-in-laand two children In Darren county. John Williams, of Cumberland county, thought he heard a robber In his houi-and fired his shotgun. His wife va so badly scared by tho reort that became suddunly insane. Flvo trainmen were klllod nnd four Injured In n terrific collision between two express trains on tho Lehigh Valley road In Pennsylvania, failure of tho air brakes to work being responsible for the catastrophe. The crew of tho German schoonor Sea Ghot, which put In at Duka Island. Solomon Group, was hot upon by tho Islanders and aflor a desporato fight haven were klllod, one was wounded nnd two woro taken prisoners, this comprising tho crew. Tho savages Jhon sot about making a meal of their dead victims. When thejy became drunk from liquor found on the ship, tho wounded sailor and tho two prisoners mndo their escape. Gen. Hrlstow's report shows that there wero at tho elo.o of the llscal year a grand total of 7:i,.i70 postolllees father-In-lawe Miss Mary F.lkln, of Stunford, eloped to Loulsvlllo with Mr. Fdward P. Mor-Itof St. Louis, and they wuro married In JetTerxonvillo bv Magistrate Hauso., Rocrosslng the Ohio, they put up at thu Louisville Hotel and will spend a few day in tho Fails City going lo St. Louis, where Mr. Morilz has built a handsome homo for his bride. This marriage Is tho sequel lo a pretty romance which had z, bo-for- e of lus beginning at Lancaeter, early In September. Mr. Morltz had come to Lancaster with Mr. Wade II. Dush, also of St. Louis, to spend two weeks with Mr. Bush's parents, who gave thorn a reception as the flrt of a social functions. Miss Klkln, a d.iluty bit of feminine loveliness, with a wealth of dark brown hair, eyes to match, a complexion porfect and a form divine, wa- there. Morltz met hor and lu his admiration forgot his Missouri (lance. Tho visit to the Hush home was extended so he might - In the United Suites tl.Slfl prosldontal -- v iu. and 0!,7."l fourth class, an increase of 2.."il0, tho largest on record, except 00and ISflH. Now York heads the list with .'W0 presidential postolllees, wlillo Pennsylvania heads the list In with 1.871. Kentucky the fourth-clas- s has (II presidential and 2,7.'M fourth-clas- s olllces. During the year U"i,oV.'l postmastors woro appointed, lOfl in place of removal''. J. W. Nowton, a farmer, was shot and killed at Swltzor, Franklin county, by Sargent Perkins, his fnthor-In-laIt Is clnlmed Newton, who was only recently married, ruined his sister-in-laPerkins is 00 yoar,s of ago and killing Is considered justitlahlc. the S. S. Short, of Shelby county, has sued Gcorgo N. Mlddleton, a druggist of Sholbyvllle, for $20,000 damages for causing tho death of his wife. Ho alleges that Mlddleton filled a prescription for hln wife, ono dose of which caused her death, after eulToring Intone pain and agony. Manly who slandered V Tho Negro whlto women In Ins paper nt Wilmington, N. C, Ignored tho notice to stop his paper and leavo town. Tils print ing ollico was sacked anil Durneu iy a crowd composed of the best citlr.cns of tho town, though tho leaders said there was no Intention to burn tho building. Tho alTulr caused a number of race riots in that city, in which 0 Negroes woro killed outright and many wounded. Several whlto men wero shot, ono of them 'atally. The disorder becanio so great that the mayor, chief of poltco nnd aldermon of tho fusion-Negrresigned, and tho local government was placed In tho hands of now ofllclals, solected under direction of a citizens' committee. The city is still guarded by militia and order lias been o re-gl- be more with his new found love. Ho hired Lancaster carriages by the week and paid more turnpike loll than all other travelers combined, in his desire to see Miss Llkin dally at her Stanford home His infatuation was thu talk of thesu twlu ultios. And thnt infatuation only burned thu stronger ujKjn bis return to St. Louis. Two lulters a day would not stiMlee. He returned to Kentucky again and again to pros hlsetilt. A handsome fellow, It was not hard for such an ardent lover tJ meet favor In the pnitty ejes of this lltllu Dluegrass girl. Though less than 10, she knew her heart. Morltz was accepted. But the young kidy'o p.irontn there came the rub. They would not consent to thotr daughter's marriage at such a leuderage; but like t, tho maid swearing sdiu'd ne'er consented they did. Miss F.ikln's father, Mr. M. F. F.lkln, Is one ifT the supremo officers of tho Knights of Maccabees, which position requires frequent visits to St. Louis. Lust week he went. Ml? Klkin lipped oiT the fact to her lover and Mr. Moriuc surprlt-uMr. Klkin by meeting him at the dopnt and iuslsting tliat he spend his time in St. Louis at the Moritz home. After much persuasion he and the young man's hospitality was m genuino that Mr. ICIkiti became convinced his intentions were serious and the consent, to the marriage followed. Mr. ISlkln 'returned to Stanford, tho date was set, tho daughter bought a handomo wardrobe anil the bridesmaids were named. Sunday Moritz mado his regular visit to Stanford. Wednesday morning ho started to leavo. The separation dawned on the lovers and it was decided not to await thu "ohurch wedding" day. Miss Klkin made tho excuse to go visit Miss iMury lirucc, .Morltz drove oy in a buggy, a run was mado for Junction City, whoro the L. & N. was caught and thoy reached Loulsvlllo a few hours later. Mr. Moritz is a very wealthy contractor of St. Louis. Parontal displeasure having been removed by pleading letters, Mr. and Mrs. Morltz. arrived Sunday nnd are now at Mr. and Mrs. Elkin's, as happy, apparently, as tho days are long. May coti-en- they alwayH bo 60. Tho Ocala Kvenlng Star contains an elaborate account of lho marriage of Klder Charles K. Powell to Miss Thompson, which occurred on tho 0th. The wedding was a very hundsomo one and tho gifts many and costly. Tho brldo is described as a brilliant woman, beautiful in persqn, accomplished and talented and beloved by all for her sweet, christian character, ard the groom Is praised without stint. Tho happy pair aro expected to Minnie K. n Btorcd. Stoner, formerly of Some engagements end happily, while others end In marriage. Tlie Wanvl'Io,dled atShurpsburg last week. Ur' Wt c Roberts occupied the pul- realities of matrimony ure usually lets ,,lt of lho "n(1 ''OBbyterlan ohurch pleanlnjj than the Illusions of lovo. Some bacholorr lnvoluntarllv loin tin. Sunday. Mr. Creston Clark at the opera house ranKM oi mo ooueuicis, ana some are Thursday evening in "David Garrack" drafted. Tho engagement of Prof. James had a largo audience. Mrs. J. S. Gashwilerand Miss New-li- n Perry Faulkner, proaldent of Union is like a plant. What makes the plant fade and wither? will open a ladies' exchange at College nfBarbourville, and Miss MilU"ally lack of necessary nourishment. Tho reason why Dr. dred Johnson, of that place, has been Mrs. Nowlitrs millinery storo this Ayer's Hair Vigor restores gray or faded hair to its normal mouth and will continue until after the announced. The marriage will occur color, stops hair from falling, and makes it grow, is because holidays. on thu 2(lth. it supplies tho nourishment tho hair needs. W. C. Wcckerlo and Miss Virginia Solon B. Fogg, of Sumnor county, Toon., while on his way to the home of Murphy, of Pittsburg, Pcntt., were "When a girl at pchool, in Reading, Ohio, I had a severe attack of brain fever. On ray recovery, I found myself Miss Ollio Thompson, of Simp?on coun- married in Danville Tuesday. Cereshould bo perfectly bald and, for a long time, I feared ty, Ivy . with whom he iutuudud to mony was performed by Uev. F. E. permanently so. Friends urged mo to uso Dr. Ayer's Hair Cooloy of the Episcopal church. elope, was run down and killed by the Vigor, and, on doing bo, my hair immediately began to grow, Tho Centre College and I now have as heavy and fine a head of hair as ono could curs. team wish for, being changed, however, from blonde to dark played the Newcastle athletic club on Henry WeumholT, the Sire. J. H. Hons.NYDEE, 152 Pacific Ave., Santa brown.", Louisville turfman and sport, filed a tholr grounds Saturday. The scoro Cruz, Cal. resulted in a tie 5 to 5. VanWinkle, sensational answer lu the divorce suit brought against htm by Cordelia M. Centre's coach, made the touch down Wehmhoir, denying that the is his for the homo teuru. Notwithstanding the wife. inclement At Columbu, O , William Jonus and weather tho chrysanthemum show Frank Harrington fought over tholr brought out all the ladle. These elemutual sweetheart. Harrington will gant (lowers were all grown by our Mr. J. S. Harbison, many of them die and Jones in in a bad fix, with a half dozen broken bonus. Club? wero measuring from six to eight inches across. used. Mr. Billy Stout, of Danville, is en Mrs. Mary Fullerton, of Nuw York joying nts second tHp abrond. Mrs. City, tried to have her husband arrest It makes the n liapty. It Is not in the way of Gift., ed io r a breach of trust because he Lawrence, of Shelbyville, is very ill at voted for Van Wyck after promising to tlie home of her daughter, Mrs. J. P, Harbison. Mr. Davis, the Pension support Hoosevelt. llav. Chas. F. Kvans. pastor of the ivgenv, wan ins tamily lias gone to Methodist church at Vciaillus, was Washington City to live. Col. Sanno, Fine Suits and Overcoats a, prices to please you. married at Lexington to Mlos Mary L. of tho United States Army, was here Undet wear for all. tills week looking after the condition Roberts. Union Suits, Night Shirts, ' 1t John Harris, of Bellaire, O., wants a ol the national cemetery. Mr. Robert Bath R )bc8,Serge Suits, Top Coats, divorce because his wife snores und Kinnaird is tho guest of his mother, Shirts, Shoes. Mrs. Mary Kinnaird. kicks in her sleep. See our Line beforo you buy, -. Mand Mrs. Chamberlain nnd Suits Pressed ami Clcmed. NEWS IN THE VICINAGE. Anna, nave gone to Bedford, fnd. They mado many friends C. H. Baugh wus elected police judge while living in Danville. Hou. John of London. W. Yerkosand wife aro visiting in IANV1XUE. KY. Adrain Dull was klllod in an election Itichmoud. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. row lu Harlau by Constable Farbor. Welsh have returned from Elizabeth-towStanley Baugh, son of county clerk, Dr. Bush, of Clay City, spent Jron Fence. Cypress Shingles. Dr. A. Baugh, died at Jamustowti of several days with bin mother this week. pnoumoniu. Chas. P. Cecil, Jr., loft last Tuesday to S. C. Day shot und seriously wounded join a house party at f (" J. U. Smith In an election row at Har- mansion in Cincinnati. the Burkhurdt ( Miss Thompc. lan (. aldwoll College son, of gave a faucy W. II. Waggoner, a merchant of work party on Friday afternoon in honFrankfort. Is dead, aged (W. His fam- or of her mother, Mrs. Thompson, of Metal Roofing. Mill AVork. ily lived in Danville. Washington. .Penn. Mrs. C. K. CrawThe Bacal court, af Madison, has ap- ford entertained Tuesday afternoon pointed a committee to negotiate the In honor of Miss Coiidit, of Ash$70,000 bonds otod last land, Ky. Miss Nancy Garlaud GUos Shine has been ongagod by is expected home this week Manuger Wilkinson to act in the "A from a lengthy visit to TT 1 hor sister, Mrs. Stranger In a Strange Land Co." Richard Loundos, of Clarksburg, W. ' Charles S. Powell and Sam Phelps, a. Mr. and Mrs. Allon Keunoy are of lvlchinond, have gone to Port Ilico visiting friends- - In Gallatin, Tenn to see after the ontabllnhuient of a .Miss linage .McAfee litis returned to AfU'r involving and getting In p nition our Wg .took for l'all and Winter telephone system. Lebanon. Mrs. Charlos Hodcs U in ro.nly for tlio bl tr.ulo we an- - sure to enjoy, wo arc glad to know that The Echo says that DanjK. Hawliugs, Louisville. Mrs. Anna Mooro and son, who has tried the wild audjwoolly west, Will Moore, have "cturnod from a vis has about decided to locate at London it to friends In Harrodsburg. Miss . to practice law. Crulg, of Chicugo, is the guest of tho And every kind but thss poor Hud. We Invito you to call on us and If wo A company is being formed at Lex- Misses Green. Messrs. please vou. tell others, If not tell u. SHOES Ladles, gut tho proper too Chas. Cecil, ington to build an electric railway Jacob Hugucly and Sam Lyons have 'tV which K broad; the vamp ,hort. We can show them. Shoe-- , for every-jbetween Lexington and Richmond, a gone to Martinsville, Ind. body. Thu Worth Is tho attractive feature. Men's Furnishing, Trunks. Misses distance of 22 miles. Mamie aud Stman Mcltoberts and Miss W 52 Thk Somerset P.oporter says thatJ Annie McDowell have returned from Judge A. A. Lewis will move his family Louisville. J. K Merrin, of Tampa, The Leading Shoe and Furnishing House, DANVILLE KY. to Iouisvillu, whoro he has secured u Fla who has been the guest of J. S. m position on a dally paper. ill Wells, has returned home. SSr-lSai- j The Somerset Reporter, which advoNo darker shadow or more Impenecates the licensing of saloons, suys trable gloom over gathored over a home there are only 200 in tho treasury to or community than whon the death of pay the debt the town owos of S7,500. l!i Mr.--. Will S. Rowland was announced Doe Newell, of the Bronston section, Saturday afternoon. A happy home- died last woek of typhoid fever. His iclrclo Is broken, a husband's heart mother, who wvi Mrs. John Newell, made desolate. Human sympathy Is died the waek before of the same powerless to usbuage grief, but time, and an unfaltering rollauce upon God, The boilers In tho gas factory nt Is tho only solace to those who stand Itichmoud exploded, tearing away half in the shadow of this great ullliction. the building, but injuring no one. The Many noble souls havo gone up to God oltizeiiH thought an earthquake was from home and church this year, but In almost any pride, from - up. An all wool Mcintosh for 54. shaking them up. there are some sweet spirits that Tho Corblu Electric Light, Heat and fi to us with peculiar power to boar Power company litis closed its plant, witness to n their rare worth and genuand it i advertised for wile on the lUth ineness of character. Mrs. Rowland to satisfy claims of crcdltois. The city was ono of these. A life so devoid of is left in total darkness. selfishness, an oarnust devotion to her Henry C. Elliott, administrator of friends, family and church, her pleasSimon Matthew of Pulaski county, ing frankness and disposition surround-e- d has brought suit agaiust the Cincinnati hor with an admiration and love Long Ulsteis and Storm Collnr. Regular lengths in light and dark K Southern for $10,000 damages for the worthy of otie possessing colors such charackilling of Matthews a few months ago. teristics and oharms. Taken in connecm Died in Fort Worth, Texas, Mrs. tion with the recent death of her lJ; Mary M. Moore, Oct. 22d. She former law, Mrs. S. V. Rowhiud, makes ly lived at Shelby City and besides her this one peculiarly sad. Those two wero many relatives she leaves three sons so Intimately associated that we can;: J.,D. Moore, I. II. and A. A. Bobbitt, not refrain from thus mingling their to mourn the loss of a good and loving memories: Now and stylish, in both light colors and blaek, both wool and bilk mother. : lined. Trices exceedingly low, quality considered. On the evening before the election "Two blanches plucked from the trees, Two birds liown from tho Mrs. George Brown, tho wifo of a Two durllng wives snatched nests, From their loved ones' breasts. Garrard farmer, gave bit th iV to a bouncing boy. Mr. Brown being a Two pure members of His Hock i Gone to tho Shepherd's fold, zealous advocate of the white metal, Two sad mounds mark thu spot 11 promptly christened the youngiter Down In tho graveyard cold. -- . M Two lovely angels more Bryan Gllbort. blnging with voices bweet, Mrs. Phabo Moberly, wifo of J. M. Moborly,of Mercer, was taken to a With their crowns of srold Sitting at tho Savior's feet." private sanitarium in Lexington. Her mind has boon unbalanced sinco the Tobacco growers of Franklin county tragedy enacted in her presence u few have called upon growers throughout weeks ago, when hor husband killed tho Stato to send representatives to a S meeting to bo hold Dec. 5 in Frankfort her cousin, W. n. Morgan. for the purpose of organizing uguinst Madison county buyers are paying tho combination of tobacco manufac7 cts for turkeys, Mercer and Bourbon, Vull Course of Study in Literature, Scienco, Music, Art and Elocution, under cul- turers. o cents and tho Wihchester Democrat turedand experienced teachers The University of Virglula did tho S v. a lti ) i fi ven (o Primary and Preparatory Classes, says 7 and 8 cents are being asked in Vundernilt foot bull club up ut Louis Cull at (he College and get a copy of our New Catnloguo, or write for ono to MRS. vIUo 18 to 0. Clurk. NANNIE, S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal, Aitanfotd, Ky. i i 'N,ilI'tlm . Iffhe 8 MOW 1 foot-ba- ll well-know- n ytter's Siair Vigor. llo-rls- t, Something for the Boys " uau-riHc- The Globe, J. L. Frohman & Co., Telephone No. rj6. n. Court-Houe- A. C.SIHEj STAN FORD, KT. Mc-Dow- ? ffil YOG 151 . RL. 3 im e Loadstone I I I 1 -- I We Have Great Values to Show You I M I $ H i CALDWELL & LANIER, iSjr:r3ySSSS:5 I I WB'WW?'r''. I Mac Intoshes, ?- S'SSIrSSSSS"' 1 1 I I il vercoat mother-in-- i Short Overcoats I H. 1 1 I) well-to-d- o J. McROBERTS. . i i 1 yM 11 Stanford Female College, WILLIAM HELTON, PRESIDENT. Next Session Will Open September 5th. J!L j. -- j V . 4- - UND AND STOCK, "Congress will bo asked to unseat every democratic congressman ironi Butter is selling in Flomlngsburg at this State down with tho Goebel law!" So a pound. shouts tho Commercial. Let Congress W. T. Beck sold to D. N. I'rowitt 37 grunt tho request and tho author of hogs 3c. Nov. 15, tSoS Stanford. Ky., that law will be elected governor of G. at Slier bought in Madison 30 A. e Kentucky by one of those steers ut3.S5. W. P. WALTON. majorities. Loulsvlllo Times. F. l Bishop sold to J. T. Carson 1 Mr. McKinley must begin to sec by calves at $15. this time one of the rosults of appoint The Cincinnati Commercial Tribune Remember Greening's ealo at ing Negro postmasters, port collectors At prim, 25 pcrreut loner than all other house. Wo buy for oash and soil for siys "the talk of contest by Kentucky Thursday. and deputy marshals In tho South. He republicans nnd charging their undoing R C. Nunnelloy sold to Silas Ander endi only We have planned 10 make tlii week one of wonderful buying opportdisplayed even worse judgment in unity throughout tho entire toro. to tho iniquitous election bill passed by son 29 yearlings at 321. these appointments than ho did in the late democratic Legislature, is an J. M. Hill sold to .1. C. Johnston 20 commissioning quacks, dudes and conaggravation of artv suicide. The yearlings, at 4c. tract brokers In tho army. Times. authors and administrators of the elecBaughman Bros. On Time stallion elecTin: result of the concessional ! Little Mr. D.ivislon says ho is going only brought $135 tion law carried out its provision for tions is not that hearty endorsement of at their sale. to contest the seating of Mr. Gilbert. the most part with honest impartiality his administration that McKinley had Sam Govor, of Pulaski, sold here last Tuesday and too republicans must expected. In fact u fall of from 49 ma- This is nothinir moro than was expect- yesterduy 57 steers at 3 to 4Jo. About the superior values wo nro suffering In till jreat diMolutlon sale. They Und ed, and tf Mr. Gilbert's majority had blame themselves, not tho election law, jority to one J. E. Bruce bought of G. A. Swine-broa- d tlio thing thoy want here far beloW other price? Wo don't Aik you to buy uuleM that will havo to bo doc- been 40,000, Davison would havo confor their defeats of this year." Judge tored before it can bo mado effective is 10 foudors at 637. you find our Prices Loner and our Values Hotter thnn eWwheru. We guarantee Jones, who was buried under an ava- a pretty bad turn down. But for tho tested just tho same. Congress ullows W. W. Lyou sold to John F. Cash you a saving on every purchmu. Hero are gome attractive Bargains for thl week. Davison $2,500 for his contest, and ho lanche of ballots, does not charge his war It would havo been more complete, a thoroughbred Shorthorn bull calf for defeat to the election law and will not tho administration in power during a could not mako so much money easier 350. R. N. Ratcllff, Sharpsburg, bought contest, but to the factional fights in war being at a tremendous advantage. than by a contest. flarrodsburg Say ings. 25 extra sugar mule colts at from $o counsels harmony hU party. He further But even with It the escape Is a narrow Tho president will surely fall Into a to 870. A full lino of Blue nnd Fancy print 3c, and says that unless the party pets one und can not bo construed into an grievous error If ho construes republiGood Blenched Cotton 4c, The corn yield for Iowa is 23,rt72,000 together, It will never gain another endorsement at all. can victories to moan an endorsement bjsbols. Tho average is 32 bushels Yuid wide lbown Co'ton, Hooslur Brand, 3jc, substantial victory in Kentucky. It is war. Roosevelt per acre. of the conduct 0Unbleaehcil Sheeting lie, the merest bosh for defeated republiTim returns from Madison givo the was the typicalof the "liicker:" ho was nomA line of Outing Flannels, latest Fall stylec, 5c tip, G. W. Dugan, of Boyle, sold to Jonn cans to lay it to the election law. No He to the statement In tho Courier-Journ, of his daring Embry for Nelson Morris 51 l,4W-pouNice line of A I. wool I)rcs Goodi, 30 In. wide, plain and fancy, 21c, fairer election was ever held in Kensent from Harrodsburg, that inated largely because Black Figured Good 40 in. wide, 3Uc, tucky than the last and the rads just Gov. McCrcary would throw off on letter to Secretary Alecr and of the cattle at 4 (i5. R. C. Hocker sold to J. C. Johnston We curry a full line of Velvets nnd ilki at the lowest price. didn't get tho votes is the reason that Gilbert. Madison county did better reprimand given him. The people old feeders at 3.S5. They they wero in most Instances defeated. than any in tho district compared with turned to him as the tho leader of the 10 The election law Is all right and will tho result of two years ago. Then, friends of the private soldier, and nom- averaged 070. Hudson vV l'ugu bought in Adair and become more and more popular with she gave Davison 351 over Thompson, inated and elected him as their resd a bunch of MX) to honest men as it is understood. It is this time, the former's majority is only ponse to the censure of tho secretary Lexington Herald. Baby Shoes 2 to 5 only 21c pnir, cattle at 3 to 3(u. puerile and childish to a disgusting 142. McCreary, the Climax and the Men Fine Short north fl 50 only OSc, look upon tile I Gen. Hardin does'nt l, Lawson A Fox bought of O. degree to hear that nearly everyone of Register are entitled to the credit. Men's Fine Slinv worth 12 and ?a 50 only fl.10. result of tho elections as republican II. F. Nowlaud and othors a car the republican candidates will contest Monti Hid) Top Shoes north 2 nnd '2 50 go In this onle At f LIS and U )S. THEKK are already five candidates for victories. Says he: "There are tides load of hogs at 3c. on account of tho law. The determiWe wiry n complete line of Men' nnd Hoys' Bouts, A private letter from Porto Rico nation is but a pretext to rob the gov- Turpic's scat in the Senate and the of human sentiment, emotions and inMen's Hoots worth t2. only 31. 40, terests like those of the ocean, and says that butter is not sold there and ernment of 82,500 and enrich them- Indiana bushes are still unbeaten. Hoy's Hoots ns Iowa SI, this is tho ebb from the tremendous that eggs are 4o caoh. selves to that extent by prosecuting The otllcial returns from all tho excitement of two years ago. I expect R. A. Johnson, of Somerset, lost by Men'- Plow Shoe Tfio, contests that there is absolutely nothing GilLudiui' Fine Shne, Lace nod Button, worth il.50 on'y OSc to see tho campaign of 1000 tho most death a mule which ha had worked in. In this district it is said that Davi- counties, save Rockcastle, reduces bert's majority to about 000. exciting this country hns ever witness- regularly for 23 years. son will contest for Gilbert's scat on ed, even moro so thau that of 161HJ. Rodd & Bro , sold for J. C. Gravos, account of the law nnd the further POLITICAL POINTS, Yes, of course, silver is still the issue, his farm of 117$ acres to W. II. Tannor, reason that Jackson was cut off from and tho Chicago platform the shibbo- both of Fayette, at $90. Zelgler only got 30 votes In Boj le. the district. Anxious as he is to get Men' Corduroy 1'nnU at I hi low price of $1.45, Turner's official majority over Evans leth of the party. Upon that wo will money that the government allows Will Curtis, of Eminoneo, recently the Hoe t Corduroy hint 31.U3, to contestants and soro as he Is over is 570. stand In the next presidential cam- sold a carload of younir Hereford bulls Men's Good Still at the low prliv of JO. IS, Davison Is crying, poor thing. Spen- paign." defeat, we hardly believe he Is small to a Texas party at 3125. Ovurconts from 33 up, enough to do cer Courier. Hubble & Cain bought several car enough and Hoys' Ovorctmu lsc up, ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Davison can sympathize with Jerry so. If he makes it and loses he loses loads of cattle In Pulaski at 3c and a A big lot of Cnpos nt an unheard of low price, out for good and If he wins ho will be Simpson. He also got left. J. II. Prcitt has traded " flrm load of hogs at3c Somerset Reporter. Ladies' Tnilor niRtlo Skirts IKV to fl 50, and they nro corked. The official vote In Boyle shows near Hustonville, of 100 acres, eternally shelved to further political F. K. Trlbble sold to F. Reld a half And a thousand other Bargains too numerous to mention, Call and w for vonr- preferment, for the people would never Gilbert's majority 52 instead of SO as to II. C. Baughman for tho Interest In 01 cattle, about 950 average, self. forgive nor condone a cowardly and given. Abraham farm near Crab Orchard, of nl I cents for ail but 7, which brought Democrats elected tho mayor of San 200 acres, unimproved, and 33.000 to 31. pusillanimous thwarting of their will Edith Gray, by Ton Broeck, and in with might usurping every particle of Francisco, but that's nearly all they boot. Mr. Prultt tolls us that ho will may foal to Hauovor, brought 5, 100 at tho Congress has decided time and got In California. right. improve the placo at onco ana ' Millbrook Stock Farm sal near Frank- again that States have the right to White carried Clay, his own county, move to it. fort change their districts andunlcss Itgoes by but 300. Boreing's majority over RURVED.-Sherll- TB P. White,, T. I). HANKY, Mannger purchttlW, of back on all precedents. Davison hasn't him is about 5,000. over 33,000,000 Jr., aud Deputy James Markhnm, of 1())00o bushels of wheat in Fleming, to even a loophole of justice upon which It rs estimated that Clay, returned to jail here yesterday b(j (olIv(jml on oa Hrnncl) stores nt I'nri, Garlitdo, Mt. Stirling, Hnrdstown, Lan renceburg, Cynthl-nnol johns.OIIi nt to base a contest, that if made, will be changed hands in prlvato bets on the James Baker, who is charged vlihi(joj0f Versailles Eminence, Georgetown, Kllitibctlilonti. Frankfort. Mauckport, Ind based solely on the assumption that the gubernatorial race in Now York. complicity in the murder of Howard. The agricultural dopartmont Novera-Barret- esxrSV7WKtJ'JTiJXiXSXiKl Only 2,140 votes were cast In Mercer republican majority will do anything who was with him hero so uct. ..POn ration ostlmatos tho total cot- - "'"M.TVi-jf,,v..i manirfifivirwH no matter how unjust and nefarious in against 3,050 In 1S90. All the absentees lonir. was permitted to remain in the ton crop "not far short of 10,000,000 themselves so. order to retain members und show the are democrats, or call jail at Manchester. The olllcers had bales." people Congress and not they will say The fusion State ticket was elected Win. Ray with them, whom they took O. P. HulTmun bought of Thomas who shall represent them. Davison In Nebraska but tho Legislature is reto the penitentiary to serve two years Dudderar a bunch of hogs at 3c and of may play the baby act, he may whine publican and. Senatoa Allen will lose W. P. Tate a lot of butcher stun at for horsestealing. and he may be guilty of tho silly per out. ! 2 to 3c. ejaculates: formance of kicking against the pricks, The Richmond Register AN Impromptu hop. which proved u Lyon & Allen bought of J. L. Beck but unless he can show that great frauds! Thank God, tho Grand Old Eighth is source of delight to all who participa- 42 Standard Granulated Sugar 20 l'otixdt fur SI feeders at 3 05, nine nt 3c and eight were practiced against him In the elec- - redeemed from republican mlsreprc ted, was given at Walton's Opera Houso - Do, Lcvoring's Coffee, per jwckHge, ut3c. They sold to John F. Cash 11 tlon, Mr. Gilbert, who will be given sentation. Friday night. Many of the eirls wero yearlings at 4c. Tom Hoy Soap, 7 Cakes for 10c S. C. Lyon resigned n3 a commissionthe certificate of election, will serve Ic Good ( ore Oyster, per can, in handsome evening dress and all were .1. W. Givcns has gone to Lexington, er of the Lexington asylum and Gov. lovely. The tho full term of tho 56th Congress. which was good, was Miss., with a car load of horses bought Toinntoo.". It trill ml cnii, B"t Brudley appointed Col. Wilbur R. made by a traveling pair on a mandolin yc fl Urt Buckets on y at 335 to 3100. This is tho 20th conseccallsouratten-tio- n The Louisville Times Smith to succeed him. - - 4c. and guitar. The ladies participating utive year ho has taken stock there. 2 quart Bucket only to the fact that tho indictments Among the first bills to be Intro- wore Mesdames G. L. Penny. W. A Aud there mo Mime more, nil guirantuel to be Come In Wood it Lynn to Veatch, of ugalnst the gamblers in Louisville were duced by Congressman Gilbert is one and lay in your upply for the Winter. Tribbloandn. C. Baughman; MissJs Lexington, 50 feeders at 4c, quashed not in the manner or matterof for an appropriation to convert the Annie Evans Bright, Pearl Burnslde, the drawing of the Indictments, but Perryvllle battle field into a National Marv Bruce, Eva Lammers, Suo and to T. W. Hamilton 20 yearlings at 3.00 and to iV. n. Traylor a bunch of slop- - I In tho make-u- p of the grand jury an park. Annie Belle Woods, Nettle Wray, Isa- Judge Barker declared error for which Lnrgebt retailers of tine Grucerii" in tho world 5flnlores in Kentucky, Senator Hannu suys many of tho fea bella Bailey. Suo Willie Hale. The P'rs at3Jo. i bought in tho West Powell it Indiana mid Oli'o himself, and not the Commonwealth's tures of the war revenue law will bo gentlemen were: Messrs. Herbert End a car load of hogs at lie and Mr. attorney, responsible. Our mistake continued, longwith the Dlngley law, W H.VEItKN,.MxvoKK. Kinnaird and Frank Marksbury, of grew out of thu fact that wo took tho ,...-,, ..,..,-- . , - .wi.HUon. j a tax on tea and Lancaster, G. A. McRoberts, Sautley, Powell took them to Salisbury, N. C. They also bought of Dr. P. W. Logan wstoTJ&iwwm;j:aCH word of the Post that the State's side coffee. Ellis, Penny, Bruce. Wearon, Gentry. a bunch of cattle at 3J to Ic. of the eases were not usually well prein West Virginia, Owens, Lackey, Rout, Helm, Embry Tho Legislature T. J. Hill sold to F. Held and F. K. pared and therefore thought that tho which will elect a successor to Senator und Baughman. ' 'fribble 30 yearlings, averaging 0f0 lllnnift wna llnnn fho PnmmnniPim 1th 'c Faulkner, is verv close. The republi- attorney. We ask his pardon if we did j cuns cMm ,t by lwo Circuit Court. Three othor men pound, at 325: to Jamas Carter 20 calves tao democrats him an injustice and say with reference ,, bjx Im.mberfi, besides George W. Lay, for malicious at 313 50: to Ed Eubanks 10 yearlings at S22 50 and to Charlie Carter a bunoh Of to Judge Barker what we said about; A ,IV,.h mnnc th. re. wounding, told of In our last issue, have ought1 publicans Con- - helfor calves at ?15. him, that the city of Louisville at Frankfort there is a dis gotten penitentiary terms. Dan Favorite Toilet Cream fur the complexion, chnpped linnds. Ac. ' trx fxrt iiir1iu Innnmul In Fayotte several sales of corn were vu uit;uu juuuo iuiii uuu in tlii liiif tut; iav. position of displeasure toward Davison nelley, a youth, plead guilty to tho 10 a charge of stealing railroad tickets from made last woek at from $1.35 to SI. McKi.vlky has had his ear to tho and Jones for not contributing linan- - the olHco ut Kings vllle and so did Win. barrel. Several distillers will start up ground and heard tho opposition to tho dally to the campaign. shortly and it is confidently believed school-hoiin- c The Massachusetts reform club pro- - Lambert to breaking Into a .suggestion to indemnify Spain to the and stealing a water bucket aud that it will be worth 81.50 per barrel. A complete line of the most popuihr l'orfumos, Colognes, Buy Hum, Toilet Wntor.s Me- extent first proposed and Instead of fosses to have a tip that President Lexington Ga.ctte. broom. Each got two years, and the paying $10,000,000 he now simply pro Kinley is preparing to mako sweeping latter would have gone up for life, .1 BUSKY Cattle Sale. Attention is poses to reimburse her for the debt of modifications of the civil service sys- under the law making the third peni- called to the great sale of Jersey cattle Toilet Soap, Face Powders, Tooth Brushes, Sachet Powders, Hair Brushes, Tooth about $1,000,000 contracted for public lu,a B0 lls l0 raaKU mo, V,UKKa lul t,,u tentiary conviction so punishable, had to be held on court day, Nov. 21, in Brushes, Comls, tfce. OILS, Oils of all kituN, Turpentine, Varnishes, Colors, Ac. ' imptovements. This sounds moro! Danville, at 2 1'. M., at Bruce's livery Secretary Kerr, of the democratic the fact been known in time that ho stable, by Mrs. Anna F. Quisenberry. Call and see us. like it and shows that tho president, had served two other sentences there. while a very small calibre statesman, i' congressional committee, finds himsol The trial of John Smith, for killing Seud your namo for catalogue and St without funds and with his personal is quick to catch on to the drift of the i their mutual sweetheart, Mirny Nelson, attend this sale. credit pledged for a committee debt of popular wilh Tho famous trotting horse Robert 83,000. He ought to be mado pay it for when he shot at Bill Lewis, occupied McGregor, 2:l7i, dropped dead ut Geo. Friday and the jury reporting that it Speaker Reed is a lucky man. making such wild claims. H. Ketcham's farm near Toledo, O., Thomrh he contributed nothing to the Here's hope for Davison. A dis- could not agree was held till Saturday, He was 27 years old and was result In either speeches or spondulies, patch from Washington says: Contests when a verdict of two years was ren Friday. The jury in tho case last court the champion siro of 2:15 trotters, huv he will 1 o the next Speaker of the are seldom decided on their merits, dered. ball'1- -' li to hIs credlt' amon' t,,om lh House without opposition, no man of and of the members of the hung and Smith had been out on crack young trotter, Crcscous, 2:O0J his party daring to tackle him. There House never listen to the evidence, of 850. A. F. Thurmond wusud judged Inconi He wus tho siro of SO in tho 2:30 list is talk of opposition, but it is all bosh. but voto strictly for their party. There wero about 300 cattle on tho Reed will continue to be Car and rule' Jess So. Davison says a gerrymun-th- o potent to manage, his estate und Col. T. market yesterday and probably two- Wo invllo your nttention the Celebrated Hill was appointed his committed. House at his own sweet will. der and the Goelel bill was tho polltl- - P. few Knnirrlnv thro.n mnrrt onntowA iiml thirds Of thetll changed liunds : : cal banana peel upon which ho slipped, MCKINLEY had as well call his white- got penitentiary terms. Sam Lambert oxtra good feeders brought 4io but lo but we bclieve tnc raaln caUije wusn commission nome. it, was sent larcenv was L'ivon ono vnur! ' w" the rlllIn- - l,r,ce Somo cnt " defeat can bo attributed to a lack of for out for election purposes nnd tho elec- votes. Mt. Sterling Sentinel. Sam Brown for two Iow a3 3 however. Heifers wero slow tion being over, its occupation is gone Mullins for forgery two ut 3 to .'Ire. Butcher bluff wus not In Capt. J. Speed Smith, of Richmond, years and John much demand but some sold us high as or ought to bo. Its further etTorts will John Speed Smith, of Washington, D. years. Tho two last are Negroes. 3c. Tho mule and horse market wus be a waste of time and money. a Court was in The Dirks Feed Cutter, Tho Poimloxter Corn Sp itter, C, and J. Speed Smith, Jr., of Louis- - while yesterday. session but jury short d"- was, Tho petit ,,,, ,,,. , ., . prevllle, all voted in tho court-houJoii.v Rhea only carried. Warren dismissed till today, but tho grand jury county by the beggarly plurality of' cinct at the same time, says a Rich- wan sawing away. Its term has been cattle ut about 825 u head. Tom Mur-tl- n sold four yeurllng mules Monday 1.007, and the district by but 3,000. mond paper. They all voted under the extended ono day. Very few indictat 812.25. Several hundred barrels of Creel ought to contest. He Is tho log cabin. been found. On the first day of the present month ments have corn changed hands ut 81 to $1.25, do- choice of the people beyond a doubt. tho amount of gold in this country, Tho Lexington Fall meeting of the ' livered. A number of sales of hogs at Speakino of tho election, Old Man coined or issued, amounted to Kentucky Association begins next Mon-- . 3 to 3 10 aro noted. Robert Russell The Capital Wagons. The Oliver Chilled Plows. A better line of goods never of- fered you. Zelgler, tho prohibition candidate for Of this fabulous amount day and lasts nine days and tho pros- - has bought 1,100 fat hoys, of Mercer Congress in this district, did well in - county farmers, at prices ranging from was in the treasury of tho pects are very fine for a most successLincoln county. Ho got DC votes out of United States. Tho balance was In ful meeting. All the railroads give 2.00 to 3r und shipped ull of them to a p )sslble 3,000. circulation. half fare. Cincinnati. Democrat. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - It is pretty well settled that the 60th Congress will bo republican In tho Houso by 14, while tho Seoato will stand 52 republicans to 33 opposition. Seven States that are now represented by democrats will give way to republicans, namely, Gray, of Dclaware.Turple, of Indianu, Mitchell, of Wisconsin, Murphy, of New York, Roaah, of I.I X nut nnlrrttn if ti TjltIl of California, with Senator nnd White, Allen, of Nebraska, a populist. This is the worst feature of tho election as it settles the political complexion of the Senate for eight years. C? TEMPTATIONS old-tim- 40,-0- 00 1 In Prices, In Quantity and In Style. Hus-tonvil- lo 747-pou- nd, J Everybody Is Talking 05u-jou- nd DRY GOODS -- -1 al ud All-wo- ol two-ye- ar Ca-se- 1,000-poun- Now-Intit- ttl - CLOTHING. i' time-servi- ng well-improve- d, The Louisville Store. . Mfty-vUl- e, n, t, , I J The Blue Grass Grocery For Uundeard of Bottom PRICES mu-dc- , .... OrM-oW- ) s. 1,000-pou- nd Blue Grass Grocery Co., Flni-pa- -- ,., 7o0-ou- nd d ttI-- ,.,. MS T TIE TffiK I eincl I PERFUMERY ! Fancy Goods. HOOKER. CRAIG - - Toilet ; I nine-tent- I I Farmers ATTENTION I house-breaki- ng Dain Double Seared Corn Crustier, so ,, The Hocking Valley Corn Sheller, The Studebaker Wagons, HIGGrlNS & McKINNBY. $2,475,-150,51- 0. $003,-533,7- --- f - VT & " ' s& i- - :3i - - & - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Kv., country produce taken in exchange for goods at Beazley & Carter's. of All kinds -- GO TO- - "J Canned 3 -- '' - 4 ' ft ft ' ' E. Nov. 15, 189S occupying. Fou ReJct. The house I am now Possession to suit renter. E. C. Walton. iEAZLET & CABTE iBlv -- FonCanned Peaches, TA.NVIL,L,B KY. SPECIALOFFERING -- or Tailor Made Suits Suit seem to have come to lay and wo intend to o have now 111 stock lend thi hjcUoii in feint, u well as in poice good. Suits and liave wild over 10. To emphni,o thi- over 100 new Tailor and Mylish Suits at and ndvoriUe it we oiler a big line of haml-oni- o Tho LtiilUte' Hwuly-mnilt -- Apricots, Money. To loan on real estnte at i Plumb Butter, App c Hatter, Corn, per cent. Addross W. S. Lawwill, Canard Peas, Canned Asparagus, Baked Benns, Tho loss of a few hogs amounts to Attorney, Danville, Ivy. Oyster?, Sardines, Salmon. Mince .Meat, more than tho coat of protecting an Chipped Beef. Potted Ham. Apples, Oranges, Tili: Farmers nank & Trust Co. is cntiro herd by feeding Dr. Haas' Hog ' ., Shreded Cocoanut, Currniit", Figs. Remedy. Don't wait till losses have paying a 25 per cent, dividend of its Raisins, Grapes, occur, but go now and stock, making 75 per cont. so Citron, or aro about to Pickles. Mustard, far paid. UHves, get it fiom Penny's Drug Store. Candies, Glassware, Quecnswarp, Stove!, Wanted, l.OOO barrels of corn at Hardware, Harness, Saddles, Ac. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. S1.2. in trade, and all tho eggs I can C3T Produce taken in exchange for goods. Telephone No." fit -- a Aiu. William Dauohteuy is very get at 20c dozen in trade. .Mark Har1I1..b AI. Rkyant is laid up with din. Mh. J. I WILL bo thankful to those who erysipelas. bought at my hale if they will come up AlKS. W. AI. BuiTT was visiting rela Swine-broalike men and settle. G. tives, at Walton. HOKK, to the wife of W. L. AlcCarty, of Klngsville, a boy. DON'T fail to call at Aliss Allnnie Aliis. S. AI. Rankin hus boon sick Straub'so and 10c store, corner Main with an abeoM in her head. and Somerset stf'ccts, when you want OWEN AIILLl'.u is attending Calhoun bargains. . We are now showing a great line of Shoes and Boots for Men and Boys, manufacBusiness College at Lexington. tured by Buell tfcSon and tho Forwood Mfg. Co. Theue wasn't as large a crowd in W. II. Ulaki:, of Danville, a practi cal carriage painter, has located here. town yesterday as usual court days, Alas. L. II. IIi;s.SL'NU, of Somerset, but Alack Bruce, tho liveryman, tells U visiting her lather, Air. Joe II. Rout. us he handled about 100 horses at h's AIlRS AlAUTllA AlCXEOKD, a Franklin stable. s. And get prices before making your Fall purchase. beauty, is the guest of Alios Kate Al Faimms & Hakdin's old accounts are corn. due and unless paid at once they will AIu. and Alits. J. S. Rice spent sevCrab Orchard, Ivy. be put in an ofllccr's hands for colleceral days with the former's mother at tion: also the accounts due me. Alark Richmond. Hardin. arc Ml!. AND AlKS. T. J. Mr. and Airs. Thomas Aletcalf in THE Aliddlosboro Herald credits Jerriinlnc. items from this paper I. J. It's all AiirfS.KMMA IlL'NN, of the West End, right as everybody knows whnt I. J. spoilt several days with Airs. Cicero stands for, but suppose we were to 0. Walton, UudiNiaa Manaoek. Canned Apples, Teach Hutter. Canned Tomatoes, Canned Pears. "" . Beazley & Carter.. i. NEW SHOES. W. Come ffnd See Our Line E. PERKINS. vis-itin- ir Reynolds. AlISS ANNIE RELLK IIAIUJEP, of what crodlttotheAI.il., it meant? who would know Table Damask. Richmond, is tho guest of Airs. A. II. Severance. $10 Each of fine llroodoloth in new Military Blue with Skirt.- - flounce aud lined, and (.'oat made in Ik. hnpo lim-- all through with fancy Satin. Ilruid hound tailor strap on lth Coat and Skirt. Same stylo Suit made of haiidoim quality, imivortwl vonetiau in Tohacco Brown. Suits made of Kihlted Cheviot.-- , an expensive imported Dre.--s Ciood, in Blue and Ian mixture-!, made with fancy Satin lined cutaway coat aud newest flounced hkirts. Same .tvle Suits made of Brown mixed and Blue mixed Moleskin-- . Same Black Cheviot Suits with .Jacket" lined throughntvlo made of Vonutinns. out with Black Satin. Kvery Suit w now and material and colors correct, under value. Come at once to and we know they are at leat re anv of tlu'.-- o for Suit.- made d one-thir- d fce-c- .i SIO one-thir- d REfllNBUT SBIiE On '1 Semi-annual Koninunt Sale. Into ucrday, Nov. l.'ith, we b'gin our I colored Drew (lomls and Silks. ill? io "u all the short neices of black an , and if -, You will find lengths for ChihlrenV I )riv - es, for WaUt- fer Skirt.-you are a good cutter, even for whole Dresses, hach and every remnant is find Bright. the regular price. Come and you are sure to f cut I'ketty Close. There- is but one The only place to get your eyes acHjinething you want and save a good bit of money. vote dilTerenco between tho unotllcial curately fitted with spectacles. Craig vote of Lincoln county given in our & lloekcr. last and tho olliclal, as declared by tho Why don't you use Cbuso & San- commissioners Friday. Davison got born's coffee? Everybody else uses it. ono vote less in the Rowland precinct For sale only by UigginSit AlcKlnney. than we gave him, making his majority 2?"J or 12 less than in 189(1. Had as many Rain Sunday, followed by fulr yes- democrats voted last week as in that terday, with a promise of fair, colder year, Instead of staying at home, Davitoday, is tho weather situation at presson would havo had no majority or a ent. very small one. In tho turnpike elecDEATH. Airs. G. AI. Lane, wife of tion there is a difference of but two the nurseryman living near Shelby votes, the majority being 1,022 instead City, died Friday night of childbed of 1,020 as given. fever. I'KIZE. That part of the road be Sul'l'Elt AND DiULL Hy the Ladles tween Hanging Fork bridge and a few of tho .Maccabees at Ware's Hall, beyond Crab Orchard is the best Thursday, Nov. 17, at 7 v. M. miles Knoxvillo Division of tho L. & on the Admission to both supper and drill only N. From ono of tho inspectors who Vic went over tho lino a friend of this paTo HUNTEKS. Tho hunting season per was Informed that Foreman Taylor, is at hand and I can supply you with of the Alay wood section, would get the hunting material and ammunition of tlrst prize for the best section, W. A. all kinds at tho lowest prices. W. 'U. Aloberly, of Rowland, tho second and AIcRoberts. tho Crab Orchard section man tho says that Davi- third. The prize is a $30 bill, which Cohoneu Landcikaf son got votes in his section from '23c to goes entirely to tho winner of tlrst 1. Ho met .1 man aud asked him If ho honors. Air. Aloberly labored under had voted, ho said: "Yes, but I wish I the disadvantage of not having rock for ballast, while Air. Taylor could vote again, I got only 2o cents 7i"ic." used rock for ballast exclusively. and they are now paying one-hal- 4 Alius. J. S. rioCKEK Thanksgiving Day is near at hand and the Holidays are approacking. Come in loft Sunday for Kansas City to visit her died at his home near Aloreland Thurs- and let us help you decorate your tables with day of abcess of the lungs. He was sister, Mrs. R. W. Hockor. years old and besides a wife AlKS. L. AI. WESTEKFIEED AIlL AND Saturday from a protracted leaves three children. returned visit to his parents at Parksville. IN the county court yesterday a nutn AlEssits. Cickuo Reynolds, G. S. ber of orders, not of general interest, Mlt. C. C. Fox, of Danville, was hero were made and the following superyesterday nursing a broken linger be visors of the assessor's books, appointcaught while llohlng in the Cumber- ed: J. W. Powell, S. P. Gooch, W. T. land. Tucker, T. AI. Holmes, J. II. AIcAlls-ter- . AlcKlnney and Ee Reynolds have pone We are offering some great bargains in Satin Damask, with 2sapkins to match. Wo on their annual bird hunt to Casey are showing a complete line of The fiscal court mer. Friday but did county. of Miss Tovis Car- nothing save allow a few pauper claims. A twill picture penter, "Stanford's handsomest debut- The Climax Road Alachine, exhibited ante," appeared in Saturday's Courier-Journa- l. by O. R. Conger, of Syracuse, O., was examined and much satisfaction ex AIlL J. E. CAHRON, who is delighted pressed at its work, but no conclusion In extra size Hemstitch, Knotted Fringe, Ac. Table Oil Cloths in new patterns. with his new home near Wabash, Ind., as to its purchase was reached. passed up to Crab Orchard Friday to SOLD OUT. Allss Ambrosia Thomas attend to some buinos. has sold to Allss .Minnie Straub. her has had a stock of goods and COKONEIt V.r. tho latter will take telephono lino ran to his house and charge Tuesday. She will move tho now If you want him to sit on you, you stock to the room- In front of her have only to rinj him up. father's shop. Aliss Thomas has done S. T. HltOADDCS, a brother of Airs. fairly well but was desirous of going J. W. Rout, was elected county clerk back to Louisvillo majority: of Rates county, AIo., by leading tho ticket several hundred. Sale. Frank Holtzclaw has sold to THE sympathy of many friends U his father, J. R. Holtzelaw, of Bole- felt for the Rowland family, who in two kow, Mo., his farm on tho Rush Branch short months have lost three of pike at $07.00. Air. Holtzelaw will move their number. Alay God comfort them. back to Lincoln and Frank will devote Col. Ciiakles W. Williams, chief his attention to the machine business, quartermaster ut Havana, who died of having secured a good position with Pi yellow fever, was a first cousin of Airs. the Osborne Harvester Company. . j?t .1. S. Rice, of this place. He was born X echoes. Notwithstanding there in Darren county. were bOO Xegroos, who voted a week AiK. AI. F. ROUT and Col. Andy Rico ago today, there are only 3fi;t on the have returned from Alartlnavllle, Ind., us a consequence very much improved in health. They assessor's books and not over a third will pay taxes. Stanford loft Air. Humphrey Hudson on a high has tho bulk of the sons of Ham, with road to recovery. Advocate. tho Hustonville magisterial district A riUENI) here has received a letter second. Only Y2 nro listed from the from Rev. George O. Harnos saying district and none from that he has opened u meeting in Wash" Wnynesburg precinct. Wavnosburg m ington City. Ho went to New York to . see about the publication of his book, LaThe oyster supper given by the having only enough money to tako him dles' Aid Society of the Baptist church thither. Since then a friend in Omaha was elegantly served by pretty young has sent Allss Ahirh- tho money aud ladles and preatly enjoyed. Tho gross other things necessary for tho trip and proceeds were ilH, WO of which at least she has joined her father at the capital. was net. Airs. Kate .Miller Is president, Airs. R. S. Lytic treasurer and Airs. J. f LOCAL HAPPENINGS. S. Rico secretary and the amount of Tut: Alaeeaboo lodge took In four good that the society does can hardly bo estimated. The enjoyment of the sup now members last night. per was enhanced by instrumental limWill grind only on Tuesdays and bic by Alias Hattlo Fowler and vocal Saturdays till further notice. J. H. solos by Aliss Tovis Carpenter. TO-o- dd Death. John U. Alurphy, who lived at Rowland until a short while ago, and son, Jesse, Handsome Cloths, Napkins, Doiles, &c. Plain &. Fancy Towels JOHN P. JONES. ld Men's Suits And Overcoats. I is m m is S I H gi - An inspection of our large stock of Men's Suits and Overcoats will convince you that we can save vou mon- ey. See our $5, $7.50, $10 and $15 "Suits are splendid values. Largest line of Overcoats ever shown in this section. SEVERANCE & SOWS. -- i Buy your Winter's Supply of Coal BEFORE PRICES ADVANCE. Remember wo take All Kinds of Products in Exchange for Coal. ... J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. ,7 -- ;TilLllilWlD'Wrl 4 , o sutll-eie- nt liij8;--lM--''- . . v, Wlrtarl' 44f ,r ' 4 . THE INTERIOR JOURNALrE by B. B.) FIRST THANKSGIV ING." (Written for the IXTEmoit Jouu.val CHAPTER I. S3 PKBYKAI1 IN ADVANCE m m IT' I' - and recelvo a handsome Income how Stanford, Ky., hu succeeded the Parmer iiiiiik v mm uo.. or Muuroru, ity.. nuu happy I would feel. 1 wonflcr why Ims nttimiMl nil It liabilities tuioti und WAR ECHOES. some can write so well and othora havo A GOOD HOME, eiittru l)usnt. 8. M.SIIA.NKP, President. camps were worth-- mil- to bo poor and dependent like mo. Poor The soldier J. II. OWSIiKV, Cufchler. KOK sAi.n I'UIVATKIA. bo so discontented lion dollars to the Lexington buelness mother, I do hato to on her account. She tries so hard to I offer for wile my houiu ami lot of 4 houses. nenw and 4 poles of Intnl. lying one mile make mo happy." and tho The 3rd Mississippi from McKliiney on tho McKIiniev A. t'oiTev'n The speaker was a lovely girl of 17, Mill ptke. Dwelling good mid outbuildings aro the only toldiers left at LexLouisville. t(yM fair of face, graceful of form, with a mtlllclcnt. For terms apply to me on the and they will depart today. ington premises, or to John dish t Turner look in AMERICAN & EUROPEAN It has been definitely established The morning sun her dreamy bluo eyes'. vllle. Mils'. I.l'CY I.KWI:. shining full upon her ed. Island is that the ship stranded on Cat "How long have you btvjn ill Nollle?" tho former Spanish cruiser Maria Te- golden curls, betrayed glistening drops The Lmliuh IEestaurnnt if the finest in upon her checks. Her mouth was such Eulalie asked. resaI will nell prlvatol mv home on Danville the city. Every convenience for ladles Policeman Searcy killed Benjamin as an artist would Hko to give his ideal "Ever since I was a year old, wasn't spending the day in lite city. pike, l)j miles from Stanford. Contain Dick, of the 7th colored regiment. Ho beauty, but which in Eulalie bespoke It graudma?" answered Nellie, "Nurse l2Jf acroa. Is well Improved and one of the .Gentlcnui'it Cafe on olllcu lloor. Negro determination and great strength of nicest places nliout town. claims that he and three other Greeiilx'rry let mo fall the day my mamma died and llrlght, Stanford, K. 4t THOMAS A. MULLIGAN. purpose. Her bluo eyes were swim- I will never be well any more. Poor soldiers attacked him. pulpit Sunday night a ming with tears, but sho suddenly grandma lived in the sweet little home Manner. Prom his Jt, I will run TI1K BESTPLASTKR. .Music Ttieidav, Timrjdtr and ritindny In Mautnl ami It preacher at Knoxville, Tcnn.. denounc- dashed them from her, for she heard with mamma and papa left us a year uiimrtit, ami will clad in Inrnlth lliovwllli Kvcuiii". ed the military camp at that place as a her mother's step In the next room. after she died. Ho wrote to us often, milk A piece of llanuol dampened with Meterwho lure to linj Order Wit with J Jl prompt attention nil! community, demoraliz- She loved her mother better than any but the last letter we got said he was nuisance to the Chamberlain's Pain Balm aud bound J II. C.IUI.MII. ing in its effect. being in tho world, for her father hav- robbed of all he was saving to send us on to tho affected parts is superior to Osborn Dcigman, who was with tho ing died when she was and that ho was just leaving America any plaster. When troubled with a Sobsonctcw in the sinking of tne sho was left entirely to her companion- - and would not come homo till he had pain In tho chest or side, or a lamu My hotivand Two Arre4 Ituatnl Mcrrimac, refused to be kissed by a blup. Mrs. Moss was left with only a saved enough to bring us some comfort. back, give It a trial. You aro certain on Danville At , Manlord, Ky. New Mittojte. iiot-felling writ ufwstrr Mr Mamie Wharton. AS ho returned small farm and very llttlo money, but Ho said to trust in God nnd He would Ilook of giddy girls when to be more than pleased with the she was economical and a most sensible not forsake us. Poor fellow, the ship prompt relief which It affords. Pain to visit his Iowa home. Robert Thornton thought to give little woman and managed to live well, was wrecked in a storm and bo grand- Balm also a certain euro for rheumhis mother a happy surprise by return and never forgot to pay tithes to tho ma and I were left in tho city, mid atism. For sale by Craig Hocker, Of Xo. S44 Fourth Ave. ing to his Michigan home from tho Lord, who cared for her. Sho visited alone. Grandma did sewing and 1 Druggists. urmy unannounced, but the good wom- the destltuto of her neighborhood and learned to orochctandto dollght, fancy - an, overcome at seeing him, dropped relieved tho sick and distressed work and for u tlmo we were able to Will Ih nt the When Sargent Perkins wan arraigndead. grandma got Now-towherever it was In her power. In this Myers House, Stanford, on Tues : A young soldier who enlisted as way sho had no great amount left over live tolerably well, but all of mam- ed at Frankfort for killing J. W. sick and so we had to sell who had betrayed his day, Nov. 29, 1898, "John Blair," of Chicago, died at the each year, but always cheerful, sho ma's nice things and then the little two of his daughters, tho prosecuting Co., Lexington hospital. He told his nurse looked to Itolurtiliifjotu' day In ouch mouth. that Providence that she was home. I let them take every thlug but attorney declared tho prisoner was was William Young, his right name KOUNDltD 1HOO. early taught to depend upon, as being mamma's picture and her Bible; I justified in what ho had done, and, on Zjej Examined and G!a::os IS:leatifi:all7 and his home was in West Virginia. able to sustain her. Tho fact that Eu- couldn't part with them." prisoner (C2) tho attorney's motion, the Adjatted. He was only 17 years old. lalie was so discontented worried her As Nellie said this she drew a hand was dismissed. , Gen. Call xto Garcia hna arrived at not a little, and since returning home some Bible from beneath her pillow Louisville is to have a seven-stor- y Havana, en route to the United States. from the city of N S hTANFUItH, KY , whore she had $400,000 hotel, corner ftb and JefferHe was given a most enthusiastic re- attended school two terms, this dis- and holding it toward Ealalle, said: me joy even when son. Tho hotel is to be conducted on "This has given ception by the Cubans, and endeavored contentment in her only child was more Wo Imvo totcd our IniuN nnd herohy to avoid any demonstration in his honor apparent. Upon entering tho room tho bread was all gone. This tells tne the European plan by Louis Scelbach, warn nil iK'txnn from on them for while the Spaniards still hold the city. where Eulalie sat, she saw at the first of the love of Jesus and that God cares for whom it Is to be built by the Cald- thu imy iturjKho whittirur. undur xnalty of law provided In i.uch raw. so much for us that He has adopted us well heirs. report Gen. Miles' S. II. T. I). NT.WI.ANI). glance traces of her tears. Two people wero cremated and two J. V. lUt'miMAN. A. M. I'KNOK, aschlldreu. Oh, Eulalie, the happiwar department. IIAirOHMA.V, wis given out by the "Cryinc again, Eulalie, I wish I ness of knowing und feeling that God futally burned in a teuomont-hous- e K. K. I'ATTKU-O.M .h. IIAL'OIIMAN, tire It contains strictures upon the manage- knew what is troubling you so." ?. II. SHANK. .Mltf. V. UltlMK. cares for us and provides when we trust in Massachusetts, and three ersons J K I.VNX. uii of the war with Spain, and shown ment J. K. imrcK. "Oh, nothing mother, oniy I wish we met death in a similar disaster in J. II h h id r m. WAitn. tho commanding general and not wero rich like Undo Nathan. Susie in Mini" that A. M. IT.LAXI), J. S OWH.KV. SH. Eulalie had read very little in God's Michigan. Gen. Shafter, conducted negotiations and Leila wore such handsome clothes, A Louisville man showed his generword and only when her mother had with for the surrender of Santiago had so many nice things, that I felt Insisted on It did she ever open it. osity by paying tho janitor of Music Toral. wagon section of tho 3d Ken- awfully poor, while with them. Then The Hall 1") cents for returning his pocket-boo- k I liurvby Riven to nit person holding Lin(to hi: continued.) S,.pt. A. to tucky train separated jus--t out of Bir- in school they had so much more attenwhich be lost und which contain coln tCounty Itondii of urle prim-usumo to the undersigned Commit-te- c MATTERS, RELIGIOUS mingham and then crashed together. tion than was paid to me. I even noed 3450. for p.iymcut. TliU October IT. lU-JA.. 1' 1IAII.KW Tho car on which Privates James A. ticed this (11 tic re nee in the teachers. The Commissioner of Immigration Dr. Win. Shelton preached at LanOKO It. COOI'KH. Kindard and Walter Isnogal were They would compliment them on les- caster Snuday. reports that during the year ending IIAUVnVIIKI.M, riding was partially demolished and sons I bad helped them prepare, yet no Committer. Rov. G. W. Perryman's meeting at Juno 30, 220,209 immigrants arrived in both injured fatally, dying soon after. praise came to me. 1 was only a poor Somerset closed with 20 addition. And Dealer in this '.'ountry, of whom 251 went to KenHathaway, colored, a cook of the cousin, you know." tucky. S. A, Owens, pastor at Waco, has HAHNESS, SADDLERY, &0. n otllcers1 mess, while attempting to; A bright expression came over Mrs. accepted a call to tho Richmond BapNew Laura Mortimer, a was thrown under the Moss' face. It was evident some new board the train, STANFORD. KY. York uctress, .was accidentally killed tist church. BLUZ G3ASS HTOS23I2S. FALL '33. cars ana almost Instantly killed. Pri- idea had presented itself. H. Hlbbs, of Williamsburg, by a soldier at Savannah. Rev. R. "Kululie," she said: "I wish you vate Dunny, of Paducah, fell between Lawn and HarThe Prlncton defeated the Yale foot Kiorv thing for held a meeting at tho Shelbyvllle Bapden. Fruit and Ornamental Trrw, Shrill.-- , the cars and had his right leg crushed would give me a little of your time this tist church with 13 additions. ball team l to 0. Hoses, Vim", 'wall Fruits, Khub'krb. Astiar- ao that amputation will be necessary, morning. I have several places to go agiM aud all tock grown In iiurerlos. Rev. S. M. Rankin preached at the with but slight chances of his recov- nnd only a little time left, as I want to reasonable as wo employ no agenu. ery. Teamster J. C. Starret, of Bow- get ready for Thanksgiving. You take Presbyterian church at McKlnney 20 '.Nitalof nr on Hppl'lrntlofi to YSAHS' EXPERIENCE, II. F HlLLKNMRVKIt. ling Gretjn. in endeavoring to leave the Sunday afternoon and the members of things train to visit his home, wa3 thrown this basket of quite to little Nellie that church were dollghtod with him. In wlontlhVnlly tenting nnd correcting nil Telcphono2T(J. (61) Lexington. Ivy. sick." under the 3ars and had one leg crush- Brant, who is Righland will inuniiorof (lufectlva eye Msht. No elmrge church ed. 'Oh, mother," said Eulalie, but the beMt. Moriah tho 4th at for ptufi for tiyvn. I'ruM.'rlptlon Sunday in this HiHH'Ittlly ground nnd lit In (mine of any Stanford, Ky., dedicated saddened look on her mother's faco was CROUP. A SURE SIGN OP month when a big dinner will bo served tni'tul M'lortol from t;impltH. Ordur ull that was needed to urge obedience. In cll nt your charge grounds. Kldcr Joseph Ballou promptly filled. Will without extra place of reMdonco Hoarseness in a child that Is subject Eulalie wrapped her furs closely around on tho HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN & dedicatory sermon. O. I'OWR!!.. "Winter to croup is a sure indication of the ap- her, klseeu her mother and picking up will preach the Murfield, rector of If required.ST. Addrov I.. Ivy , or call at SURGEON, UuMourlllo, Hot Rov. Dwiuht disease. If Chamberlain's tho basket was soon out of sight down proach of the church, Cincinnati, AdnmV Drug store. Goods Warranted. - Cough Remedy is given as soon as the the lane that lead to whero Mrs. Brant Grace Episcopal has resigned both as rector und ns a Fit Guaranteed. child becomes hoarse, or even after the lived. The snow was softly falling aud Ofllcoover Hlgglns .V Store. owing to a change of views croupy cough has appeared, it will pre- the shrubs and trees were beginning to clergyman, Give Him a Call. oy reading "Robort Having sold my farm 1 will vent tho attack. Many mothers who look very beautiful and long before brought about have croupy cbildreru always keep reaching the Brant home a feeling of Elsraere." Nov. 24, Editor Gratz, of the Lexington Gaz-et- t, On this remedy at hand and find that It pleasure had filled Eulalio's bosom. NATIONAL BANK Uncle rtu leer, who used to listen to tho fervid elo- Soli to the highest bidder on the farm oue saves them much trouble aud worry. She had never before been called upon Campbell, who mile North of the Hanging Fork Hrldge. on Uustonvillo, Kentucky quence of Alexander OKhTANFOItl). KV. It cud always bo depended upon and is to thus assist her mother in her er- added earnestness and a most Intense the Stanford fe lltittonrlllo Turnpike, tho & rands of mercy, and it was now to her. rolloulti!f uroiHirtt. to wit: pleasant to take. For sale by Craig Otfpri hUwrrlcvj to th o(le ufVi-- l I.liciln Mules. S Combined Martw. of conviction to his preach One Hocker, Druggist. Stanford. Since her babyhood she had seen her sincerity a rood likeness of the grand i and 5 wlr Work fnl llogv ''J I'.wtH and and Ccy wHintli'i, Full itwlc of t'oiUuiaml Cuk Capital Steele S10O.0CO. $15,750 years old. tilwTiou hand. In", found VS L. S. CarHntir. r. Jersov Hull. S Jersey Helfrr mother go forth to her suffering neigh- old preacher the other day in a good 2 llueks, nt the ulllv li called to the fact that Attention mixed Horsn, 7 Ihli U the oiilr National Hauk In buiiford. Un bors, or send by the neighboring chil frame and bought it for SI. the owner Calves of Corn. Sugar Cane and Fodder. Hay. lot Jer the proTWIuut o the Niium Hank Ait dren, but it was a new role to carry having bought It at a sale for 43 cents. alHiuV I.MiO Hm of Tolxicco In the hand tIpHltnr are ure,l not only ly the capital utoct, but by the (KKkbuMent lialiiiity lr an amount Ilei In Tho union Thanksgiving service will 1.200 TqImcco Sticks. I" Stands of articles. tnings tierseil. ane soon arrived at a Hill liutllu. eualtu thenttKk o that thrlftv condition, and njany other be held this vear at the Baptist church, Othur'ntoi'k will bo olforixl for wle at the We ntf In the trade with Palis llrsnrli and tunareeurUiy a fund l .i,ijo File atroro small hut, not half so good as many a 10:30 A. M. The contribugood CimiU. Alw Ila. Corn, (talk, itAlMiNtot the ewii'lilUHiW the Ikiuk arematle other time stable she had seen. One small window beginning at (ittiMiiuietit and It jhlntuir. Ilour. Ac. r Hlsb hanillt' llrltk ecli year t the I'lilltil State (iiuna tions of clothing, eatables,. Vc . with the Mine Terms made known on da of sale. hy Kuveriimrnt aavtaareexamliteilat sialyl of the anil Hund. ItBtnenilwr w trtko Purui with but few whole panes of glass was collection will be for the benefit JOHN IIAI1.KV. St In echuiige. Prompt delivery aud amenta, thu teturlaKaddlthiual and rlret aatut. lodcixxltora. Orphans' Home und everybody U inviall the light the room had. A stono attuntlon to nil order. Uillco Hiid'sfHlen 1 hU liMtltMtlon flrlijlnally eul,lllil at the le heart holp If uuur L. V N. depot. Teleghouu No. (I chimney leaning far Irom the house, a ted to come andprogram ishis follows: so loU Ik nk ol hiaiifoid In 1W- iIh'H rcortjaiilnsl at as dictates. The Mow. IT.KKIN A l'KNt'K. the Natluiul Hank of htaukinl in In ami again shed or a porch, the worn boards letting 1 I'. S. Wo hIm) carry iwlng .Machines, reoncanliMl as tlie Tint National Haul of .SI an lord Doxolo,' . hail tae snow through upon the door ut her Part and Attachment and ilo ull ktiuN of In IJnV'.liaiyear. prartitally aiiniilnlrrii'Iiil eilit' Pastor Made from pure It It bt'ller uIIh1 now ltl enro fur SV no tiring them tii rop'tlrlug. yonr turlt-feet. Eulalie shivered as she thought 2. Invocation If yon want to larlllllea fur tranai tine huilntm promptly and lib r not 3. .Song We want them mi as wtllilo u a Kn cream of tartar erallylhau titer lfnrrin ll lni and liouorahle of the pleasant room and bright lire at all. HeuieinWr e pay the hilitmt prii en carevr. AeetHinia of Indlrhluali, fiduciaries, tirun O God, our help in uges past, lor W'hkI tx xii'l will rent you rUI't. tLd ImllvldualiMillcllcd. she had just left and quietly tapped at divonraglng that mb may not The market, are m Our hope for yeara to come niKEcroat. arc Mire you will LIU more than a weelc longer. the rickety old door. It was opened by K. IEeil, I.lneulu Co.; Rending, 1'. 3'1 Hayden, Stanford w)n hy nellinK now J. get the lxst price of the an elderly lady, who gently took her 4. Scriptural5. Muhony. a. II. lUugliuian, llarrla, " K Illltl-TUA lO, S.T. J It. T P. Hill. J. S. Hoeber, " Manturi, Ky. hand and led her to a pallet in one dark W. A. Trlbhln, W.I'. Walton ' " Dr. Wm. Shelton J. II Colller.CrahOrchM M. J. Miller. Mt. Vernon. corner wticre a pale child was propped it. Prayer M , U.KImore, bunfonl. liong u. up with pillows. omen Alum baking powders are the greatest hearts to cherish, Is this Nellie Brant?" said Eulalie, There arc lonely J S. Hocker, 1'ri'tMeiit; J. J MeltoWru Catblt menacers to health of the present day. "While tho days mo going by. A A M'Klnicy,...ianl('.hli'r. tiklng one pale wasted llttlo hand in at my place will sell J. R. Crouch Iinlli! fromnt imbUi miction Uustonvillo .V Sermon t . noTALeAKihOPowoedca.NtwvofiK. llUhtonvllle on her own. ''I am Eulalie Moss, and s. Song Ihinvlllu IWu on TIU'HSDAV. NOV. 17. '111. mother sent me with something for 20 huad horsw und millet fat, anil mnily for My country, 'tis of thee, you, bidding me say, she hoped you HOiithorn nmrkot. thri'o horsos, four or flvo Sweet land' of lihetty. liLdfun.. cow and nlg. 100 liarro t corn In would enjoy them." MRS. U. D. SIMPSON, Pior.. null cnir, ,1)0 crib, farming Implement. 0. Free Will OHering. Het line to and from Poor Nellle'.s eyes tilled with tears as m" entire lot liomu- bored nnd mortl-ei- l. II. Noel rrayer.R. : '- -' hold and kHWin furniture. Including a new she said: "God bless her, how kind 10. Thanksgiving I piano. In fir-- t class condition. Turnis glvon 11. Doxology. v. uhi.i..(i.iu, on tiny or Miii. Newly furnished; clean beds; Bplendsd she has been to me. I can't tell what 12. Benediction. All points In Michigan, Everything Porters grandma and 1 could have done without table. QUICK her " 80 meet all trains, Nellie seated herself near tho lire und A. S. surveyed quietly tho surroundings. From troublesome pains without the aid Whito City Special. Everywhere the cruel hand of poverty Surgeon of luciiciucs is often nflbrdpil by the Hot Best Terminal .Station, was plainly visible, but everything was Dentist, 3 Water Bottle. In our Utibber Goods and scrupulously neat and clean. A small 1UO-U1box served tliem for a table, three Ky. i Toilet Article Department will bo found a Avoiding the Tunnel. broken chairs that still showed signs of Drug Store In theltOwilor Office a rer Mclloborta' full OHbortuicnt of them; nnd other tibcful having once occupied a better room, a HllilJlni!. clock on the mantle, some broken iirticltH. Wf inny mention as being crockery and the pallet in the corner Wngnor Sleeping Cars. nt any time, Fountain Syringe, with its pale occupant, completed the "5TOHK. dreary surroundings. Eulalie had nevHot Water Bottles, Ice Hags, Air Cusher betore looked faco to faco upon such IlufTot Parlor Cars. Wagner Sleeping ions, Ilubbcr Gloves, Etc. misery as this and her heart was throbCars Private. Compartment Cars, Coaches and Dining Oars. These are made of the best Quality rubbing with anguish. Sho looked at tho Lower Than Anybody. See Us lleforo You lluy. At Ton Per Cent. lie Bure your tickets read via UIG FOUlt. wan cheek of Nellie, ut tho care-wober nnd will prove to bo very (durable, wrinkled face of hetagrandmother, the k o. .Mccormick, d. h. mautint, over IIIjjkIih Sc McICInuey's Store. Onice Pass. Trnilic Mgr, Gen. Pass ATkt. Agt, bleak surroundings und sighed heavily Sa'tnlU a share of the putroungo of the IOINOINNATI, O, 50 Nellie's grandma pulled tho box with J a W When not o paid 03 3. GO will e charged. "Oh, I am so poor. If I could only wrlto a story and immortalize my name "Na-frur- s" far-aw- ay its whlto cloth near the bed, and began tempting eatables upon it. 'Well, Nell, you sco God, has our prayers. Wo told Rim this morning how hungry we were, for yon know ull yesterday we divided our bread, eating just enough to keep us from suffering." Eulalie's heart gave a great bound. Had sho ever asked for bread, was sho did she over stop to think not well-fe- d, whero all her eatablos came from? Tho tears again started to her eyes and nearly blinded her. Nellie quietly folded her thin hands and aloud asked God's blessing on tho food, earnestly thanking Mm for sending It and after eating very llttlo scorned much refresh pVactng tho ed Tim Havana Limited. Tho first American railway to announce train service for the especial benefit of travel to the West Indies has been heard from. Tho Queen fc Crescent Route aro announcing u fast train known as tho "Florida and Havana Limited." It will go into servico from Cincinnati to Tampa, Jacksonville, Miami, Mobile and New Orleans. This exponent of tho genuine American idea of getting Into tho Held early will be a compluto vestibulcd service, with diners, observation cars, wide vestibules, electric headlights, and all tho paraphernalia of the modern railroad train. It is chielly to bo marked as being first In the field for tho now territory which Is just c6mlng under thu protection of tho greatest Hag on earth. Train will make fast time to ports named and will connect witli fine steamer pervloo to various ports in Cuba, Porto Rico and Jamaica. It marks a new era in railroading In this country. TO TAXPAYERS ! NOTICE. The Parmer Hank A; Trust Co., located nt Stanford, In the Statu of Kentucky. elotlnp up lt nffiiln. All creditor of mild Hunk therefore are hereby notified to pro ftcnt their clutuiingaliiat unltl Hank for pay me nt. J. H.OWSMJY. Cashier. 1 All Taxes are due and must be paid at once or property will be advertised for sale at December Court. S. M. OWEXS, Sheriir. Tho Lincoln County Xntlonnl Ilnnk, of LITTLE LOUISVILLE HOTEL 1 Nice Home For Sale. DAIRY.W'm0 m-eli- e three-years-o- ld, For Snle or Kent, FIRE INSURANCE r 1 t DR. R. GOLDSTEIN, Insurance Company OPJUROOKLYN. oi Scotland. Louisville, Kentucky, n, son-in-la- Caledonian Insurance POSTED. N, R. B. M AHON Y, Agt long-looked-f- ft ti JfVFfrfcM W n ,w i r NOTICE. ls, . UNDERTAKER! L-ig-c well-know- Fruits, Flowers, Shade! On-har- Vrl-C- es H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, te-tl- ng DR. R. m, PH9LPS, Kentucky. Optl-rln- n. Rcoelvinj: liis Fall And Goods. PUBLIC SHLE. Stauforcl, Thursday, '98. J. T. SUTTON", ,tni NOTICE. FIRST H Sui-ph-i, 1 1 lli(itof I'ro-due- ti Baking Powder Safeguards the food against alum Turkeys Wanted M-- -, t I V . N pubuo sale:. 1 Mason Hotel first-clas- s. "Big Four Route' I Lancaster, Kentucky. I im-t- a. l; jr, A .' Toledo nnd Detroit. CHICAGO. KIU.IEF PRICE, Stanford, LOOK HERE I ST, DR. P. W. CARTER, Corn Harvesters, "Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, B. K. WEAREN St SOrtf. le BOSTON. W&V7 Eo-ega- nt Dentist, Stanford, Ky. rn com-nualt- y. Penny's Drug Store.