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Hrown followers.ln the county. Friends of M. Taylor, on HOW TUB TOWN WAR vNII IIOWBIIKIs' of Mr, Hardin regret thu step hu has Mr.T. C Gulley will ship a Horn, tothuwlfo of . N Sunday, the 10th, a Rlrl Mother and taken, for ho hits been a valuablo man canto to Ohlonext week One can hardly Imagine tho changes to tho democratic party In his section, babe dolne woll. li Is absolutely true that Copt. Hern-du- n has barking rabbits on bis place. Mm. II C. McWhortcr, of lhl place, that havo taken plaoo in Montlcello In and thoro Hro thoso who jot have hopes For shoes, huts und gents' furnishing It down with typhoid fuver at her fatb-cr- 'i the ln( seven yenrs ro great havo they thai ho will see tho error of his way been. I mado my last trip there In IS!'.! and return to Ins llrst love. goods Caldwell At Lanier, Danville, can on Flhlntr creek. jjooti lonklnir rain foil early Mon. and I hardly knew tho place when Hon. Wayna county bus tccn scared up not bo beaten in stylo or prices. Mr. IMuhurd II. I'eltuc wn frequentday morning, which was followed by an II. C. Warren and myself drovo Into from center to circumference by small- arctla ware which hat been anything that good town Sunday afternoon after pox, which has broken out In sevara1 ly mentioned Monday, us a good man a Sabbath day's Journey of something cctlons, but the people arc resting to run for too legislature COthers uro but plcaanl. less than 100 miles. Where tho quaint easier now. Montlcello quarantined also mentioned, but no action has yet Tho HaptUtu bato bought the formerly stood n residence corner Main and old court-hous- o against tho outside world und for a boen taken. leinplu of Justice now greets while business was at n standstill. The Dr. J. II. Klnualrd, a leading, but an Lynn streets) from "Undo Jim" tho cyo and In the place of ancient embargo win lifted some 10 days Hgo, honest republican, puts Taylor's plufor n parsonage. Jaolc Frost paid un u visit Tucrday looking business houses, modern brick however, nnd things are resuming their rality nt only li'ild. This can bo over nlirht. Corn and garden vegetable buildings now stand Montlcello has normal conditions All sorts of rumors come as we now h.ivu un eleetlou law to were too far gone to 1ms hurl by the had tier llres, and as Is utunl tho can, aro yet afloat. It's tin 111 wind that prevent frauds. sbo has been benefited by them. Jim "Crow" Dillon deserves much Will hold its Full and Winter Display of Hats and Bonnipping II pi of undo Jack. blows nobody good. The cru kept In short, Is u gem Hill Sweeney from going to Montlcello credit for raising a fund to placo u Tho court-hous- e, Casey rcadora of tho I. J. are glad of nets. tho now mall route, which will bo made of architectural design, largo enough losptnk Sweeney and tho small pox marble slab over the remains of Lt. J. ford and McKloney, thus fur most any county In tho Mute nnd it aro a llttlu inoro than u small town can T. McQucvy.! of Co. H. 3d Ky., Mor between Slur gan's command. gottlng tho I. J. samo day of publica- cost tho luxpavcrs only about i 13,000. stand at ono time. Good business men and democrats were News has reached hero of tho birth tion. Tho several miles of pike, which are Tho Casey County Teacher Institute on thu building committee nnd they saw being built between Hurnsldcnnd Mon- of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Charles 9 will bo held at Liberty thu 2d week In to It that Wayne county was nut rob-- ( tlcello, makes that part of the road al- Fris:ic, now In Omaha, lato of this October. It wua to hato been held In bid by extortionate charges. Tho most Impaseubla now. Largo rocks city. Mrs. Friable, is a daughter of Kest issiircd our styles arc correct. Wc defy conipti-tio- n. August, but wait put olT on account of county otllccs nrn commodious and com- havo been thrown In tho road for a "Grandpa" J. W. Miller In tho fortable, tho vaults are said to bo thorMr. John Cress, of Prcnchersvlllc, tho prevalcnco of tmall-po- x foundation and In time these will bo We lead in this line. oughly safe, while the circuit court covered with a coal of crushed rock, bud his leg broken here on Monday by county. I In rccolpt of a copy of room Is a beauty Indeed, with a seating but until that coal Is put on thoso who u hono running against lt when ho 20 years' Tho writer Every department ready for Fall tho Democratic Campaign Hook, tho capacity of o00. travel over tho lino will catch It. Kven was on unothcr horso. Drs. I. S. Wes and trade. Is manned compliment of tho campaign commitwith a skilled rolnsmun like my traveling ley nnd E. J. Drown dressed tbo limb- Tho court-houKentucky democracy Of democrat and a cleverer lot of otllclals mate, Mr. Warren, had a timo getting A. II. Haslin, tbo enterprising Mr. tee of tho proprietor of our telephone exchange, courso It was well appreciated by as would bo hard to find. Charles McCon over that part of tho route naghy is judge, Isaac Walker, circuit strong demmy as "wo Is." There aro only four buildings on the drovo from Crab Orchard to a placo 10 Constable J. V. McWhortcr, Jr., clerk, W. F. Falrchlld, county clerk public square that wcro thero when I miles beyond Lexington and back here, moved to Covington last week. His W. It. Cress, county attorney. F. M was at Montlcello last and with tho u distance of 101 miles, on Wednesday. brother, II. C, presented a petition Shearer, superintendent, T. II. Lair, spirit of Improvement that tho people He ho contracted to make a metallic containing tho names of the democrat Jailor, and Mr. Ucnnlngcr, sheriff, all lofc I predict tbcoo will soon bo re circuit from this place to Nlcbolasvlllo and many republicans of tho district to of whom, with tho exception of tho placed, by new und bolter ones. Hrick and hopes to run to Frankfort by tbo JudgoTllfordund it is now Constable latter, (nnd his brother and a deputy, buildings with heavy stono trimmings timo the legislature convenes. Ho will move tho home olllco to thlscity which F. I), Kennedy, took it) uro now sub- aro the popular kind now. II. C. MoWhortcr. Albert Kccncy ha a position In Fres- scribers to the "cheapest and best." It Is a pretty long and costly trip to will bo central for all tho towns conno, Cat., Mr. Mat Morton and family Wuj no's Interests arc looked after with Monticollo but it was u most enjoyable nected by the line. Score ono moro arc, visiting rolatlves at this place, Ho vigilant cjes and uven partisan repub- ono and I expect to go thero again be or Lancaster. Is on deck, but he did not catch us napping, and our customers will find us ready of J. W. McWhortcr, licans can find no fault with tho way fore many months como and go. Ho A largo crowd attended court Mon.it a with a most extraordinary display of Sr., and was at ono timo an engineer lb? county's affairs arc conducted. Mr, sides meeting many old friends, a half day, many being hero from Lincoln on tho Yoscmlto "Jerk Water," but It Cress Is an old Hockcaitla county boy hundred now subscribers were added to county, several bunches of cuttle now with tho F. A. C. 11. H., at Frank- and onco edited tho Mt. Vernon Signal. tho I. J 's long list and I was pretty wero on tbo market, but prices being Ho U now ono of Alontlccllo's staunch- - successful In other branches of tho bus- high and feed not so plentiful as usual, fort. Tho M. A. Literary and Debating cst citizens and a democrat and olllco r iness. 1 am under lasting obligation! tho sales were not so many. Mr. M. Socluty mot at tho regular hour Friday of whom tho county Is proud. to W. R. Cress and Hen Hardin for val Luuber bought six horses at an aver-ag- o of 875, und 42 mulo colts at an av night and disposed of tho well gotten I spoke abovo of Mr. Warren being ued assistance. up program. An excellent ono ban been at Montlcello, Ho spoke to a crowd of On returning, I spent a half day at erage of t25. Mr. Ktco Benges' stock made by tho coramllteo for tho meeting 250 to .100 Monday afternoon and his Somerset which proved as pleasant as pons wcro liberally patronized and ho noxt Friday night. Great Interest Is effort was well rccolvcd from start to it was profitable. Tho good peoplo of Is prepared to tako care of them. Ue being manifested by tho members and finish. It was county court day and, that enterprising town have long since tarnishes frco transportation from . much good can como from such meet- notwithstanding thu rain and tho small-lo- x learned what n good thing tho I. J. Is town and will havo something to warm ings scare, many democrats rodo miles and as usual they treated its represen tho system during winter court days. Don't buy until you see us. On Tuesday morning W. T. West Caleb Powers, republican nominee to hear him. Way no was in Mr. War- tative woll und sent him homo with for secretary of Stnlc, attolco U a small ren's district when bo was Common- well filled pockets. During ray stay found his postofllco door open, a numcrowd at Kecnoy's Hall Monday night. wealth's attorney and ho mado friends thero I called at Goodwin & Wuddlo's ber of tools lying near his safe and a Twenty-on- o republicans, IS democrats then who woro glad to welcome blm store a half dozen or so times tosceouc bit which had been forced several innnd about a dozen kids heard tho elo-- agnln to tho county and they gav o htm of tbo proproprletors but bosses and ches into tbo safe door and broken off qucnt (?) young Demosthenes of tho something of an ovation. Ho was in- clerks wcru so busy I hud to wall until in tbo safe. This break saved Mr. mountains riddle, tho Uoebcl Election troduced by Mr. W. ft. Cress and for 2i after business hours to oven shuko the West $12.), which was in tho safe, as & law. Ho spoko to u small crowd at hours ho gavo his audlonco democratic gentleman's bunds. This is tbo busiest tho work was nearly completed. They 25 cents out of tbo stamp drawer. Liberty Tuesday. doctrine puro und unadulterated. A store I sco In my travels end the own got 5 Monday was county court day at Lib- Hrownlto nnd n republican or 60 tried ers mu.t bo making money hand over G. S. Grccnleaf's and W. J. Roman's C. PUBLIC SALE OF erty and several from this neck wcruin to disconcert Mr. Warren by asking tint. They aro both excellent gentle- shops wcro broken open and their tools Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln Countv attuudanco. Tho Hon. C. C. McChord, blm questions on tho start, but he an- men and richly descrvo tho success wero used. Everything goes to prove nubject to tho uctlon of the democratic par; ty. Voursuptiort 19 solicited. that homo talent did tho work, and a of SprlngUold, thu democratic nomlncu swered tbetn to satisfactorily thai they they uro having. night man, put on secretly, could do for- - rullroad commissioner for tho 2d soon learned to let him alone, At night I accepted Cashier R. G. good work this season, as the NATIONAL BANK district, mado a rattling good secch to I tvus gratified to And so few bolters Hall's Invitation to bco "A Noblo Out- - tome timo for such depredations is at band. a fair audience coraKsed of both dems In tho county. Hrown's following can cunt," presented by the e OF STANFORD, KY. Squire J N. Denny and Mr. G. T. and rads. Tno general Impression Is bu coiuitcd on your lingers and thero Co', ut tho magnificent Gem Opera I HeylnnlngatlOoYlnck, a. that tho man from Louisville (Mr. Ir- ure those who think several of lhoo House, of which Mr. Hull Is ono of tho Ulgginbotham havo gone over tt)o pro- - block, Cro au.t lni IriiKiiu at tli Mil all ofmjr Capital Stock $100,000. Sarphi, JU.633 51 lace I llvr.fi xscd routo for the extension of tbo inilea from suufordou Uh) iVlwuliu u lftDTUle, win) Isn't In it. will como to their Fonsus ero eleetlou lesssces. Tho performance was a first- COOtlltUlfcOf Thla Institution originally established as the D. Tho "wild man" thnt lion loon creat- time arrives. Doing tho homo county, class ono. The show business ut Som- Southern railroad, and they make a mnrk-e- d ing such terror In thu lclnli) of Lib or rather ono ol tho homo counties of erset, unlike that at Stuuford, Is a puy favorable report, thero being no YEARLING CATTLE, oalt Bank ol Stanford lu I&S, then reorganlied at opposition to arbitrating tho dam erty was captured Inst week by ShcrilT Gen Hardin, Wtijtiu democrat woro a lug ono. the National Hank ofStanlord In 1863 andagaln n. C. W. Wflslilu.s from GCOto TOO pouuJ, ages In reference, to thu right of way. Hrown and a iiowo gotten up for that little torn when that gentleman was COWS eorginlzed at the Flnt National Hank of , S ttnfcrd It Is ugreed that farmers on tho routo purpose. Ho showed fight and It was defeated, but It didn't lust long und NEWS OF THE VICINAGE. i will meet hero on Friday, when parties with much dilllculty that tboy could do more enthusiastic supporters of the In 1882, has had (Tactically an uninterrupted exltt- lot of Htifrrs that In th A J C C . Itfghtrr Thero aro said to bu 30 cases of will bo uppolnled to assess damages, re uljt to reirlatry, xiuie Cows that Ml frmh encefor-lanything with him. Ho guvu his uamo regular democratic nominees :an not yeart. It It better tupplled now wltl small-po- x month ami at Jubii, Kusncll county. und it Isbolioved tbut tho amount re- tij- the mill. He oi the flow of milk. othm la oretu. as Sullivan und ald ho was "heuded" now bo Wr, all uow la full UclHtlc) for transacting business promptly and lib- found. Good rcorts may bo Tho Kentucky distillers' M.rnlivMiltnn. In fo.il to How Hells: I quired can bo readily rutsed. Mr, Jop for San Fraucieco. Ho Is now languish- expected Uut tyhultau, Mare, by this year. elected John It. Thompson president Thompson's land runs to Preachers-vlll- old Jurhuri, Crriliau, c. .way;i ariiiani-hrlno- , erally than ever before In lit long and honorable ing behind tho bars of tho Casey county uaiu hjr lir . Tho democrats uro very sanguino of and I. W. Ucauheim vice president. Jam hy C V Clay, 1 lancy rami inwl Mare, career. Account! ol InJlilJuals, fiduciaries, tlnni In Lincoln county, und It is Jill. I ulcellir new Mare anj tome luirn In foil to Jack electing A. 11 Owens tolho Legislature S. L. MidkllT, of Richmond, has Inund Mioata. tbut that town should pay his A lot of Mr. HlUhii Gilford und grund-chl- l. and Indltldual, solicited. from Wnj tic und Clinton and uro put vented a process for putting rubber Lau-haUIHICTOKt. damages, us a depot will bo built thero. FOUR GOOD WORK MULES, drcn, Misses Judith and Nanulo ting in Miinu good work to that cud. tires on buggies, which promises to Tho court house was literally packed J.W. Haydeu, Stanford und Kltlo Gilford uro vialtlng reli Ilild, Lincoln Co ; Tho district Is republican, but Mr. make him rich. and aome yearling ruulea. Two ; home 2 on Monday, everybody being anxious horw wukoih, nearly new, t new llucklward, S.T. Harris, " atives in Washington county. C. II. Owens' popularity und tho fact that ho 8. II. Biughuia'n, " haeton ami anion, t cuod llluder, I irood Mow. Miss AdaClurl:, principal of tho Val- to hear tho nblo and gifted orator, Hon. Williams, of Georgetown, tho promoT.T. Hill, en, liollcr, 1 heat Drills and a great many other J.S. Hotkcr, ter of thoGrcenlllvcr Vullov Railroad, married tho daughter of a prominent ley View Public School, was arrested James D Black. Ho received marked liujileuicuta too mum rout to mention, aome " W. A. Trlbbls, W.I'. Walton " passed through thu burg Monday en republican, who is warm for him und charged with cruelty by punishing a attention und frequent applause, which & KIT2EE1T FU3UITUEE. HOUSEHOLD route to Liberty. J.T. ltoguo, of thu who Is a moat excellent worker In eleu pupil, named Perkins J. 11 Coll lor, Crab Orcu'J M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon his logical statomonls so justly merited. V) 2'Jlh Vol. Inf., was discharged on tho tions, makes him stand u lltat rate show arm of Com thucied at the Willis MuHra.vcr shot and killed Ho charged tho present State admin- der, CouorWIlaleaoMJoodllay. heap, a lot of i'od M, D Elmore, blanforl. ovuoflho dopurlura of tlmt regiment to win. SW and James Riley and wounded Ulley'i istration with gross mismanagement of 'turn. .All mi tutaofbankatle under, cn In hand, for tho Philippines on account of disanote, four month. amount orriciat. Thu handsomest residence ever built bt other, becuuso ho insulted him by tho llnmces; with Increasing tho rato over thatIctereat bilities. O. S. (Jllletto, of IndluuiiK)-Us- , n 1. 1,.-without J. b. Ilockrr, 1'retldent; J, Mcliobeits, Cashier. I ml , Is visiting hU sou. V. K. In Wujnu county has Just been compleT. I. I U.IUII, Auctioneer, speaking to blm after not doing so of taxation 10 cents, raising u largo A A. McKlnuey AxUtant Cusliler. who Is attending thoDowoy ted by County JudgoChurles McConua-gh- y. for several yoars All Uvo In Hull. In Now Vork City with lint-ter- y sum of tnonoy and reducing tho debt It Is u lurgo brick, very modern James Cupps und James Ferguson, only 810,000; with taking from tho SALE OF PERSONALTY. A.. Indiana, light artillery, which in structure nnd Is situated in a beauti- who woro churned with being accessorwusln Porto llico. school fund of last year to Increase tho The admlul.lrator or James T, ISomj will on TIio-- o Is probably not another boy In ful grovo of oakB. It is u homo uny ies to tho killing of Gcorgo Wilborn,ln SjVBBHBMB tho wholo country that wants to goto body would feol proud of, but it isn't a Clinton county, Sop 10, wcro dismissed. per capita this year, to make a good 3, 1899 showing In tbo campaign; with cxtraT thu Philippines us bad as tho writer. bit too good for tho clover gentleman, 1 Hob King, who did tho killing, is still ugant prison expenses and scandals (lu half Nfii being sutlslled with fulling In lijt.li the irrinlsfsoniipleillir him at time ol his ... .. h.i iiv.mtnlillnHd fn. uwfcii who occupies It. C T, Hamsey, U UWUU ur Jliutu uAuuiiuMHUiia kith, near luruerstllle, Uticulii couuty. Ky.,ll lur ut largo. things. Ho spoko at public outcry theroual prorly of hi. estate; and with dlrors other of our Murk Hardin, ulso bus iim regular und volunteer service, wo Tbo trial of tho Grltllns, Chadwells lu couslitlng print Ipall) of 1 1 iulete-tohave written something ilka 20 letters a splendid now homo, as has Mr, llront und Uurnctts, charged with tho mur- of fraud perpetrated by that ptrty recruiting ollleurs Crawford, elections and wondered what right to tho various Farming ImplemtntJ and Machinery In These residences would be der of Deputy Sheriff Thackcr wus throughout tho country, but tho llrst tboy had to accuse democrats of com good cccdltkn, H:Tueac!4 and Kitchen size, of encouragement of Any kind wo huvu u ci edit to u town 10 times tho again positioned ut Manchester, li is mlttlng fruud. Everybody wus plcued EU3S7, Surrey 141 eld Sheep, 3 work over received was last week from thu Way no's capital. now set for loduy. Tho Giitllns art with his logical und eloquont speech, Mules, Horses, Baled and Staeked Hay, also Cincinnati station. Lieutenant H. M. I called ul thu Wu) no County llccurd graving Corn, & lot of Wheat. &e Uheurer, of thu 117 th Infantry, will bo ul olllco, but Judgo Phillips, tho editor, said to bo lu und around town In largo und tho tho convincing manner In 10 Shares of Stock la National Bank of In which bo proved his assertions. numbers to protect tbo prisoners Hustonvlllo, Friday and Suturduy, Sept. 20 and ."10, and wo uro going to try wus not In, Ills handsome daughter, c.uu tho Jail should bo attacked. Ikkm. SumtofSIO snd under, ca.h lu hand. und if wo fall wo uro Miss Augusta, mado tuo feol at homo, U mother whack, HUSTOSVILLE. oer that amount three, months' iredlt ou setutjd going to swear olf. Horo'n hoping our however. She usslsts her fatbur lu doThu Louisvtllo Uxposltlou offers tho nous.lthlulere.1 frumda.e p im & noxt communication to tho 1. J. will ing local work as well us somu of tho most varied list of oniortulumaiiU yet A low priced cuiotu eboo, warranted not bo headed "Mlddluburg" Is devised for such utnuslng institution oxcolluut vuur, U u feature of to u'vo Thu railroad surveyors, who uro sur- mechanical duties of tho olllco. It That ooiubliua beauty and veying tho routu for tho troKod Miss Phillips' desiro to become a Thu Midway will bo clean, wholesome Caldwell & Lanier' ttoek, r.xumlnu comfort with convenience, Is Groiu Hlvcr Valley U. H , got us far Fourth Ait., for u motroM)lltan dally und she und of just tho character that makes lt wben j ou ro to Danville. Of bo Mi one of our well made, easy ridas MIddleburg Saturday. Tboy seem su)8 sbo will nuver bo contented until such u feature uttructlvo. Tho Hug-ing aud elegant Kurreys. It is U huvu no doubt that tho road will bo sbo Is. Certainly sbo is woll equipped Tho Franklin county crund jury buck wild unlraul exhibit Is tho unexcelled fur workmanship, built, but thu exact routu hay not yet Indictments against thu L. & N. durability aud comfort, aud will Will be at the most complete slnco tho days of tbo been determined on. MIddleburg, vU for such work. and C, & O.ifor making adtfforenco and give moro satisfaction for genclnlty und Cusuy county will undoubtAttorney Sum C. Hardin Is tho lead- World's Fulr. Tho German Village dUcrlmluallnir In Quality, convenience eral family use than other caredly do their part for this great enterSt. AsapblHotel, Stanford, WedWay no county, but I is tbo largest mupped out slnco tbo and uccouiaipdatlou in earn and coaches riage made. Wu are etlling prise, which would enhance- tho prlco ing "bolter" of nesday, Oct. 11th, them Cheap and Fast. celebrated ono ut Chicago In '03. In got apart lot whlto una colored iiaen. of ull kinds of rcul estate, lands, etc, am glad to say ho hasn't much follownod at tho sumo tlmodccrcaso tho rates ing. His agod father and brotbors, J. fuel, cvory desirable feature of a Mid L'ers, in provided by tho separate coach JUtunitwj oiu day in each uunth. & of transportation, und tho farmers O, und Henjamln, aro not ul all lu jm2 way will bo offered, with nona of tbo law ol tbo State. Opp. Oourt'Houee, Stanford, Ky. would got a bettor prlco for their proA mow and a blUzard la raging In Eyes Examined land QlusesSSclcatlfically ones. Railroads will give politically, but on tho objectionable Adjusted. ducts. Everybody would bo bonellted. patby with him South Dakota. contrary aro red hot for Goebol. Wei' l lowest rate., lie suro to go. O.C, MILLINERY DISPLAY. ' mug-nltlce- ut The Charles Wheeler EMPORIUM. Friday & Saturday Sep. 29 & 30, ev'erience. se Winter C. W. EMPORIUM, HustonviUe. not, tell us. If our goods give satisfation, tell others; if TACK - FROST OVERCOATS, FALL SUITS, UNDERWEAR, NOBBY TIES. TUB GLOBE, Co., J. L. Frohman 'Phone 136, Danville. JOHN PEPPIJES Korc-Kecn- ming Implements. On Thursday, Oct. 5tli'p. 111 1 Stock, Crop and Far- FIRST 50 LOT OF JERSEY l e, m yvar-ol- J 1 1 1 Git-loll- u, . On Tuesday, Oet. broth-or-ln-lu- w 11 f Far-nltw- e, e. A Family DR. R. COLDSTGIN, Kentucky, Carriage Louisville, B. K. Wearen Son, .10 per cent larger than that of lnat TO TUT. VOTKUS OF LINCOLN. DEWRY always doos tho unoxpectcd'. year. Tho dry neaton has been favorCOUNTY. To tho surnrlso of everybody, tho THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Olvrapla sailed In to Now York bay able to tho young turkejs nnd tho lo Tho report Is being circulated that by dlaeana common to voting fowls has days ahead of Tuesdav mornlne.-twI voted for n bill In tho last legislature been smalt. time, creating n panic among tho reKy., Skit. 29. 1899 ception committees. As soon as tho to reoulro voters to produco a tat re In the first heat of tho 2:21 trot.whhh Stanfokd. ceipt before being allowed to voto; this marked tho oponlng of tho 3th annual bo- arrival was announced, tho bay Is not true. Tho Stato constitution Driving ,V came nllvo with craft, bearing sight- fixes tho qualification of a voter nnd mooting of tho Louisville W. P. WALTON. Fulr Association, J. M. C, a bay geld tooted nnd everybody that right can only bo abridged by seers, tfhlsllcs ing owned by J. C. Clement, of Birmwas worked tip to a stago of Insanity chnngo In tho constitution, prepared ingham, Mich , dropiied dead ns tho commensurate with tho Importance of bv tho Stato legislature- nnd ratified by field was coming Into tho homo stretch tho occasion. n majority of nil tho voters of tho State No hero In ancient or modern times Ti.n hill that I voted for was only a CHURCHES AND PREACHERS. DEMOCRATIC ever received such a wcleomo nnd such proposition to submit to tho voters of Chaplain J. M. Life, of tho 17ih admiral Is now tho Stato the question at to whether a demonstration as the For receiving In New York. The wholo tho constitution should bo changed so Ohio, has been dismissed from tho WILLIAM (10KI1KI. city Is ablaze with Hags and bunting, ns to require tbo production of a poll Methodist conference for attempting For Lieutenant iloiernor. Improper relations with a daughter of while hardly a houso appears that does tax receipt, or a certificate- of exempJ.C. W. W.CKIUM. For Atterneylleneril, not contain hU picture. Tho program tion from tho payment of n poll tax, ns tbo lieutenant colonel. Tho East Puluskl circuit of which It.. I. IlKKCKlNlillHIK. Is n most elabornto ono and 2,000,000 a qualification to vote. Ucspoct'ully, For Amllior, Rov. J. H. Pence, formerly of Rowland, visitors are Bald to bo In tho city. Tho M. i NORTH, 23lh, 1SW). COULTER. Sept. IIUS 0 Is circuit rider, Inn bought a parsonage old fellow says ho Is mighty glad to get For Treurer, four miles from Somerset, und tbnt W. HAOKU. ho ha no political ambition, S. home, but BRIEF NEWS NOTATION, young gentleman with his family ocFor Secretary ol SUte, being perfectly willing to llvo nnd dlo C. IIKKCK HI Hi. Fire In tho business portion of Hop- - cupies it. Ho tolls us bo has held a simple sailor, who tried to do his For Superintendent of I'uhlle Instruction. of $40,000. meetings at Grnnvlllo L Impel duty, and that his son didn't know what klnsvlllo caused a loss HAKUY MCCIIrJOKi. There was heavy frost In somo parts and Soul's Chupol recently which rebo was talking about when ho said bo For CommUsloner of Apiculture, Mississippi and Arkan sulted In mnny additions. ION' - XALL. was a republican. lie has no politics of Tennessee, Turkey Ked Talilo I.incn 15c 10 I Oray ami White ltiankrts IJc For lUIIroad Conimlttloner, Tho W. C. T. U. In session nt Owods war. ho thinks, should sas. Tho Phlllnnlno C. C MCHOIU. Near Kendall, Ark., a man. who hnd boro elected officers for tho ensuing have been ended long ago and It would hog stealing, killed year with following result: President, Large sire Uncle Towel 8c. .MIwm Union Stilt, No to 10, 2.1c. For ItermentatlTe, havo been but for Gen. Otis' trying to been arrested for NORTH. 31. F. Mrs. Frances E. Bcuuchamp, of LexAgulnaldo is a his accuser. bo tho wholo thing. One thousand persons wero killed ington; Vlco President, Mrs. Mary W. Toweling 7c per yard. Linen Ladies' Itlbbc! Vol and I'ants, 13b. mere tool of those who nro behind him earthquake Bender, of Louisville; Corresponding THE Brownies should have let well natives will find this out in and S00 Injured by an napced and the enough alone and not bavo Secretary, Miss Annie Miller, of LexFancy I)rcs Calicoes Fall styles, 3Jc, I.adirs' extra site KIMxd time. They aro a rnoro Intelligent around Smyrna. anil Senator Goebel In telling all ho knows peoplo than tho Cubans and that much Miss Salllo Alexander died In Nicho- ington; Recording Secretary, Mrs. Nelof a gasoline lie Arnsplggcr: Treasurer, Mrs. M. E. 1'anU, 2Tc of tho Hallara family. They tried to result more capable of local government. Tho las county, ns tho Yard WIdo llicach Cotton 4c. cet sympathy for the poor old wreck admiral Is In fino health, but being a stovo explosion. Bryan; "Y" Secretary, Miss Boulah and make capital with tho ConfederH. Pond has offered Druy Boogher, of Lexington. ( hlldrcn's Outing Cloth Cloak 75c. Major J. bravo and modest man, tho great slob- Calico Comforts, welf made, 4!c. ates bv saving that his brother, who bcratlon over htm must be disgusting. fus $100,000 to deliver 100 lectures In Dr. Keller, of Columbia, who has was sent to tho penitentiary, was Im tho United States. Children's Kldtrdown cloaks, fur trimpatients prisoned as a soldier of tho Lost Cause. In tho prlco of news been walling on tbo smnll-opreparing to turn New Outings 5, 8 and 10c, per yard. The ndvanco Tun squealers aro Brownie their dirty squirt guns on Judgo W. S. paper made by tho trusts costs tho. New at Jabcz, KumcII county, is down with No one but the fools that tho med OSc to II o0. tho disease. There are 12 cases there organs can fool were fooled Into tho Pryor, of tho State election commission. York paper $2,000 n day. now. fnr trimmed Cans OSc. belief that Mr. Gocbcl would attempt Desha Breckinridge, of tho Lexington A Cincinnati firm has purchased tho Children's School Shoos Wc to 11 25. to cast opprobrium upon an army of Herald, went to see him about tho ap- old McBraverdlstlllery nt Mt. Sterling, ,.TIIK. Hoys' Knee I'ante, suit T6o. the braveot men who ever went down pointment of certain election olllctrs tho prlco paid being $7,o.0. In defeat, especially slnco his own fath- In Fayette, nnd although tho judgo A C. it O. passenger, train crashed New line of Trunk, oval and llat top. ! Fine Line of Men's and I toys suits. er was a soldier In that army. But the suggested the remedy, tho young man Into a frolght near White fauipnur organs kept up the fire and now they didn't tako It, but carried out his pre Siirlmrn. breaking ono passenger's leg N now ohmi Willi tlielr full line of wish they hadn't. In his speech at vious purpose to squeal no matter what and killing a tramp. A lii lino of Kangaroo patent Tclccopc :Vmj to SI. 36. apologiz- tbe judge said or promised. In nn InVersailles, Mr. Goebel, after Filipinos captured and destroyed tho OLOTHINO, SHOES AND FURShoes for Lidics I'Sc. ing for the necessity of again resorting terview tho ferocious youth talks United Slates gunboat Urdanolu, makNISHING GOODS. to personalities, produced tho proofs about shootin? the man who tries to ing tho crew prisoners and securing Wu aro inoru tliuu pUit-- t J to havo you that James It. Hallam had been Indict- steal his vote, but we opine, ho moans valuablo guns and ammunition. ed In Louisiana for burglary and lar- that ho will do so with the same squirt OUR COME Two of tho men who attempted to ceny, and bad been convicted on the gun ho Is now using nt men who arc King Milan of Servla, Wo tnko g (denture In .Lowing you our larceny Indictment and sent to the par above reproach. At any rate ho will were sentenced to death nnd 10 to 20 pHU unit our Tho Clicf.t IIouoo In Town. ish prison for four months. Tbe amount hardly use a Gatllng gun. years, Imprisonment. VERY LOW PRICES ! of tho larceny was law books to the A Detroit woman gaVo her thrco elwwliertt nn Come to co in Iwfore P0LIT1C1AHS AND P0LT1CS. value of nearly J100. and a coat, which & children morphine, then silt her wrists contlnre vcmrelf WitInn Inc rviinln your aiwaft ho wore when caught on the street by gas. Two of the for low irlce. and turned on tho Gov. McLaurln and other Stato the man from whom It had been stolen. T.I it.VNKY, Manager, havo left Jackson, Miss., on ac- children died beforo help arrived. The indictment and testimony of prin- count of the yellow fever. Tho National PrUon Congress will Ilranch stores at Kllxahethtovrn, Klkton, Owen.lxiro, Sholhyvlllc, Vcrsallli', Rardi-towIs the cipal witnesses In the case wero given Mr. Goebel was given a rousing re- likely decido that tho paddle Hopkiniville, MailinourlllF.Morganrield, Oeorgctown, Ky , ClarLsrillr, Tcnn. Look for our tlj;lf;ii In full. The same Hallam was aUo inmost effective In punishing convicts, ua a ception at Flemlngsburg, dicted for burglary. The reading of horseback parade being a great feature It has a much more lasting effect than tho proofs created a sonsation and of tho occasion. a term In tho dungeon. Ul further accentuated tbe fact that Mr. n Tho yellow fover record continues to Tho Hev. Thomas N. Arnold, a : Goebel always knows what be Is Mikreports 2i new cases Christian minister of central grow. Key West ing about and Is usually loaded for the In a letter Indorsing and ono death, with a totalof u.U cases. Is class of creatures who malign him and Kentucky, out Three raoro cases havo developed In tbo candldncy of Senator Gocbcl. his family. in New Tho Auburn Advocate has enlarged Jackson, Miss., and two at.d been otherIN their figures on tho 3d district, to a six column quarto Ky-- . Lew Houck, Inventor of three cam tho democrats bavo been making it a wise Improved. Editor Hcrndon seems mohte, tbo man who cheated the Prince stand-of- f bo making o merited success of the with tho republicans, but the to of Wales at baccarat, nnd who, from OCTOBER 5th, 6th AND 7tli. republicans aro not so sanguine. They paper. of Now York time to time, ileeced royalty, merchant A number of tho judges figure a democratic majority of 325 and smaller fry of their spare Will lmvn nil of ttio uiu.'il l'ulr foaturv princes and what it will doubtless be much more than city told the Mazot committeejudgo adit change, died In Durango, Mexico this nl u large hIIch" of WorM'i l'ulr Midway Ono Of Kvery Description. rianum'o imrucuon. that after Ignoramus Taylor exhibits cost them to bo elected. expenses wero week. llato from all Htatlont on tint I. A. N. ! himself and murders tho English lan- mitted that his election Miss Salllo Dixon, of Capovllle. Va., It. will bo ono furo for runil trip. guage at a few places. A carefull poll $40,000. of her family Into A. M. KINSAtllK, SicitrrrAiir, On his return from a speaking tour called tho members of 23 counties by school districts in sho B. Smith, her room and informed tbem that various parts of tbe State has been In tho mountains, Hon. W. Gollignon. saw such had been betrayed by W. H. made and reported to tho campaign of Richmond, said: "I never was dead. Gollignon, If the rest of tho State In 10 minutes sho committee and the results are such as enthusiasm, and LIVEEY, FEED AND SALE hearing of her end, drowned himself at to justify tho greatest confidence in the will do as well as the mountains, tbo Landing. Wilkin's STABLE, Wits never in Stanford. Infants' Soft Shoes, Children's Drew Shoes result of tho coming election. Some ticket will win by a majority of at least Leonard B. Imboden, president of and School Short, Indies' tunit mid writ sole, light weight calf skin, f) surprising democratic gains havo 'been 30,000." conDANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. bank, a "wild cat" Shots. Uuuhvr to lit them all. Old I ..id lot' Wool-line- d Tho Adair County News says that tho Planters' found and in ono county In particular Uorf.cn nnd Mule constantly on hand mid by tho Stato officials largo and enthusiastic audience" cern suppressed the majority promises to bo nearly one 'the several months ago, was found guilty for sain nt all time. half greater than was anticipated. Tho said to have greeted Bill Sweonoy at at Kansas City of forging a draft for poll accurately locates tho Hrown Jamestown, was In fact by actual count, Ho was sentenced to 10 years 40, 20 of whom were republicans $15,000. movement, which manifests Itself in just 1:1 of being In tho penitentiary. spots. In many precincts there arc no and only four even suspected A New York chemist claims to have Brown men. In others the number of Brown men. compound, which Is Thecarapaign committee has recolved discovered a now Brown men is considerable, but In mudu of tho cheapest kind of materials, every case of this sort some local cause an intimation that tbo most desperate up in capsule form and efforts wero being made to Induce Gen. to be put for tbo disaffection is found. quantity of stump against Goe- when added to u certain Hardin to take tho Mi water, will furnish electricity enough Senatoh Gokiiel and Capt. James bel, und that the most powerful Intlu uulomobllo Blackburn will (.peak at Illcbmond eoces had been brought to bear upon to light a houso, drlvu an - CT,..,sz..j?r inisynext Monday, county court day, and on him t'o renounce his party fulth and or a railroad train. Wednesday, Oct. I, they will speak at join In tho fight of tho corporations. daWstocxT" London, ut Pinevlllc on tho Gth at 1 o o Tho Pittsburg Dispatch, a republican o o'clock und tho same night at Middles-bor- o. paper, thus states tho Kentucky situaGood hogs aro selling at 1185 to .'1.00 o o On the Gth they will epeak at tion, after sending a representative to in Mercer. o D. F. Logan's big sale of ut Corbln at night and as ascertalu It: The Brown ticket has no Kemomber o o stated before ut Urodhead on the after- chanco of election. The only thing It stock, Oct. 8th. tr1 o o noon of tho 7th. can accomplish Is tho defeat of Goebel. T. J. Hill sold to J. C. Johnson, of o o Is for this purpose that It has been Boyle, 30 bogs at 3Jc. It o o TllK Louisville Commercial is sur. mules for sale. W. o put In tho field. It will bo supported Two aged work Fo it- o prised that Senator McChord, nominee by largo campaign fund, contributed by o o A. Curson, Stanford. for railroad commissioner in this dls tho Louisville & Nashville railroad and o feeding cattle o 50 extra trlct, should bo sent to speak at Lon- other corporations of tho Stato. Tho for sale. Dr. II. Held, Stanford. o don Oct. 2, In another district. Tbe o Most of the tobacco In this Bcctlon railroads aro all against Gocbcl, who Is o reason Is plain. Tho Scnutor already tho author or promoter of whatever was boused before tho frost. cut and o has his race won and is gslng to help legislation Kentucky pos- Bumps took tho world's record at o Hamilton win his. by pacing n mllo to u wago o Mr. Wood- Louisville Mr. Bryan has Instructed o To what base uses may wu come ut son to urrungo speaking appointments on In 2:031 Pence Will Cordler bought of E. T. last Is shown In the fact tbut Bourku for him in Kentucky, Oct. 15, 17 and 18. 3) G. A. Cochran, who was once u democrat, is His principal speech will be at Louis- a bunch of sheep ut $3 50 und of $3. now a hireling of President McKinley ville, but a spcclul train tour will bo Peyton u buck for Bean .V Bro., of Illinois bougat a lot and making speeches for trusts, And arranged so that ho will speak at feeding cattle of Allen tho last end of that man shall bo even WIcklllTc, Murray, Mayfietd, Hender- of 60 YEARS' & Wllkersonut4c. EXPERIENCE worso than this. son, Owensboro, Madlsonville, fr 87 Sales of 150 stock owes ut $1.23 and tf- - CINCINHAII' Lebanon, Dunvllle, Somer51 aro roported In tbe tho Brownies press Goebel for o Early Autumn Offerings - SIX PAGES TICKET. Newness and Low Prices Prevail at the LouisieStore Crh d Linen and Domestics, 'Comforts and Blankets. 11- Vt x 'JC-l- n RACKET STORE. tlptl TO STORE. re-i- t The Louisville Store. A. URB ANSKY CO., 1 Proprietors. olll-cc- rs The Racket Store flve-ml- lo well-know- Epvmva JastHaWOutl ., GrandS Fair Midway, Middlesboro, I I I I .la die: I FOOTWEAR I I 1 I '' i B. G. FOX, u o DO I I I I I I o A Completer Stock I I I I i Styles the Latest, Prices the Lowest, Quality the Best H. I 3 o o J. M'ROBERTS. GO TO 0 O W oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0 0 o o Moberts, tl)e Druggist, &c, 1,000-pou- nd aotl-rallro- ad 0 m o o (A Drugs, School Books, Fine Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints and Oils, At The Lowest Cash Prices. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o o o o o o 1,100-pou- nd Eliza-betbtow- n, Ik proof of his usscrtlon Unit Nullum' face resembles a pIsco of cancerous beef s'cuk, ho will only havo to II lo the faco us an exhibit to thoroughly to tho charge T. J. Ballard declines tho republican nomination for representative from Andcisou. II1) doesn't care to ruu for tho fuu of tbo thing. GOV. UUCICNKU hus bought the Bowling Green Dully Times, possibly to bourn himself for tho vice presidency ugdln. export cattle at Winchester Democrat. F. K. Wiley, of Sullivan, III , bought ubout 1100 sheep in this county, 250 of which wero sold by Bales .V Wager ut 3Jc. Ho also purchased u car load In Clurk county. Richmond Register. Gen. Bluek, agent for Nelson & Molds, Chicago, has boughKln tbo last 10 Tho urrlval of Dewey caused tho subcounty, nearly 1,000 0 duys In Mudlson scription to his homo to shoot up llvo cents, for In u day. It Is now $13,000. Joseph heavy oxrtcattlo at delivery In November. Tho ontlro lot Pulitzer, of tbo Now York World, aggregates $70,000. gave $1,000 und MUs Helen Gould U Is estimated by competent Judges Held and several othWbltclund thut the turkey crop this year will bo ers gave WO each set, Harrodsburg, Lexington, Shelby-villLdwrcnceburg and points lying between, slopping, of course, only u short time ut each placo for brlof speeches by Bryan and Blackburn, Goebel or somo of tho other democratic orutors who will be uboard. e, $10,-00$1,-25- 0, 1 151133 COPVRIOHTS &C. oil liiwMiitlr .1 Pffi!b 3&$i$& (2 fra Four Fast Trains TO... Trade Marks DlSIONS Toledo, Detroit MICHIGAN AND CANADA MINTS Oklut rlentt taken throuifU Muiiu autfUl nof fc. without tbre, tu lb ..nt ften. .i. Im A..nHi4ail I. KM',ur'J1r''"iV. 0 tulnt f ry wok-di- ? 4 trbi on Suikliy Scientific American. New York 4 tralni every weekday, 3 tralni on Suiuhy. I'ulliiun and Waxtirr R!rtwrt fit night lialna. Vrtlilmlrtl lor Carton itaytruina. lt ss TolNDIANAPOLISr.otrr Vektlbulcd train, KUndanl ami Conittmrtit 5ltcphK Can, Tartar Car, ami Caf Dinlug Car. to CHICAGO taUNrUCo.36'B'M'"'' i q 3 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky.. - Skit. 29. 1899 V. P. WALTON. D. It. TOTTKN CANIllllATK TO II TIIK INIlKPRNDKST UMIBLATUHBBrXB VICTOUV IN TUB A1H. IlUOlillBAIi.Bep. W.- -lo IholMl week made hnvo traveled over 100 mile, Ihreo speeches and quietly oinvn.sed each day and wherever I Hopped ut .i,.t.i t ...il.l either siiculf or quietly Uy my plans boforo tho people men placo I have traveled I find the In to Ml ,,i ti.n tioonlo In L'rowlne In my bcha Thoy nro so bold In tliolr assertion they ay they will nover east unom 'ml vote for any man who below; Ml. Vernon rlnir. I mlHrefecd n L'ood lind altoilll ,V orn.l nl Unit ladle and iruilllrmoti 111 what U known 11 the Mammons the Jackson county Hue I U waa sorry 1 was not able to do Justice urotidl-tlo- n my subject, my throat bclntf In that forced mu to abandon speaking. Hut In that strontf republican placo I find many who uro ux snro to cast a voto for a man who called the I school-housonenr convention to nominal! hlmfelf. On Brush Creek 1 And thine Hill worse. Men who have a big following' and mon who havo been life-losay they can't swallow any more of MU Vernon's rlnir. and will cast their whole Influence for me. Iwanltotnyto nil such, If you do lliis for .in", In return, If you, two year hence, want to make tho rnco for any 1 olllco In this connty, Independently, will take the mump for you In my precinct nnd do all In my power (or your olcctlon. AlIMnoUlll I talked with olchl men and soven declared for me, llvo repiibllcanH and two democrats. u to Uro. Owens' My next vltlt schoolhouso In too Went end of thli county whero 1 flrd all parties ulmo.-- i .olid for me, oven U colored eoplo aro disgusted at the actions of my republican friends both at homo and at Frankfort. Their voto on tuu Chlnn book bill with the assistance of ono or grcaod democrats, Is enough. By tbo way, nt Ueo Lick I had the honor of meeting the democratic nom1 inee for the legislature, Hon. M. North, who Is a clotcr, nice gentleman and I am proud to say wo stand side by aliln im thu road riuonlloti and the book bill and If wn aro elected wo will sco to tho wants of our coplo. On Saturday night I addressed a largo and cnthuslaulc crowd of With democrats and republicans at Saycrs' schoolhou.e. Each dav gives me brighter hopes of victory. I wish to say to in frlonds, both republicans and democrats, If you want to defeat my opponent, who Is backing up tho trusts and It. 11. mo'noK)llcs of Kentucky, to show your hand by sending In a small contribution to pay expenses, and If you do this, I will bo moro able to do my duty and tho victory Is mine. I) R TOTTKN. Independent candidate for tho Legis lature. Queen & Crescent ROUTE Kentucky Trotting Ilorso Hrceders' Association, Lexington, Oct. 3d to 1 1th One faro for the round trip, all stations In Kentucky, good to return 17th. Louisville Trotting Races, LouU vllle, Sept. li'th to 30th. Ono faro for tho round trip, from all stations In Kentucky, final limit Oct. 2d. Admiral Dewoy Reception, New York, N. Y Sept. Washington, D. C , Oct. 'J .'I, 11 faro for tho round trip from all stations. Final limit on tickets to Now York City, Oct. 1th and to Washington Oct. 0th. Frankfort Street Fair, Frankfort, Ono faro for tho round Oct. trip via Georgetown, from nil stations In Kentucky, tickets good returning to Include tho 7th. Knoxvlllo Street Fair & Carnival, Knoxvlllc, Oct. Ono faro for tho round trip, all stations, good until Oct. "0th to return. National Convention of Christian Churches, Cincinnati, O., Oct Ono faro for tho round trip from ull stutions, with llmil limit Oct. 21st. Sunday oxcurtlon to Cincinnati. Tho season for theso excursions Is now com. lag to u eloso. Tuko tho opportunity while It Is bofora you. Low rate excursion via Queen ft Orescent route Sunday Oct. 1st. Pout fall to go. Tho Queen City I ut Us best In hur fall gurb. 0; 3d-0- th 11-1- 3. J8 TO CHICAGO AND IlKTUllN. TilO Motion routo will soil tickets to Chicago and return from Louisville ut 13, 60 cents additional to bo puld Joint ngont at Chicago, on Oct. 2d to 10th lncluslvo on account Croat Full Festival. Frrs-UciMcKlnley and other Natlonul celebrities to bo present at dedicatory H exorcises, Full particulars furnished by E. II. Dacon, D. V. A., Modoq Ilouto, LolsyMc, Kp. Klectrlolty In California. An tnniiswrrnhio ArKtuncnU California lends tho world in longThe editor of the Itortojt f(Knn.) Headlight thus describes a'persoiml en- distance transmission of electricity counter between himself ami the su- jencrated by streams of water. The perintendent of the city schools, after topography of the stnte, Winded on a previous controversy between the two wtli sides by n mountain rnngc, fcivora Sev-srliient "The editor of tho Headlight lini this novel form of development. Ihousnnd men arc engaged In been a resident of llrotru county for streams that dnsh down the nearly IS years. During that time he linn neicr hnd n fight with nny iiiuiii 3lerrn Netndn on the enst and tho hut last Thuridny afternoon about six ! coast range on tho west. Copper wires o'clock Superintendent Dyche. of the, convey the current to sltlcsnnd towns, public schools, stuck n rentier In our to run nil sorts of machinery, propel face nnd threatened to shoot If n mote trect cars and furnish light. I'sel lins una miiile. It Is wife to sny Hint no nltvnys been n troublesome Industrial tnoie vtns made; and for the benefit of problem on the Pacific slope. Califorthose who halo ncicr looked Into the nia's waterfalls nrc cstliautcd to hntc llO.Ooo-hors- c power. They now supply hutlursft end of one of these little c power, In slectrlcal energy, the editor Is rendy to any, with all enndor, that It Is n mighty un- to Ios Angeles, Sneraniento, Snn Diego pleasant thing to Imic pointed your and scvcrnl other town. Tower Is way. It might hnie gone olT, but It transmitted to Los Angeles from n didn't, and there Is no one who rejoices mountain river dlstnnt 82 miles. All over the fact more thnn the editor. these plants arc successful nnd ecoI'rof. Dyche hnd hold of the other end nomical. In Fresno power Is furnished of It, nnd be Is doubtless nshnmed for nt two cents per horse power per hour. It. If he Isn't he should be, nnd the editor Is nshnmed also. Wc did not run, A New York man, with n tnsto for hut It wns not beeniisc we did not want mechanics, bought a new straw lint Inst to do so. Our exit wns shut on, ami wo week, lleforo lie hnd gone two blocks) hnd to wnlt until the other fellow's the purchase had blown o(T Ills head arm got tired nnd he put the pesky and wns crushed under the wheels of n passing truck. That wns the Inspirathing In his pocket." tion of nn Intention which helms just A Vnneehurg (Ky.) correspondent of patented and which he thinks will rank the Cincinnati Enquirer writes that lilni with IMIson, Morse and Mnlm. John (Irei'tiert, a prominent farmer of Ills Intention coters n hard rubber tho Tygnrt creek neighborhood, it hose baud which fitsnround the head, mid in lernclty lias nctcr been doubted, tells which n thread Is cut. The Hweiitbnud winged snake of the straw lint Is also to be threaded. of n wonderful ecu by him and a f.irinhnnd en his Then the lint can be screwed on like tho phier. He describes the snake, which top of a fruit jar, nnd not even n would shake It from its secure they first discovered lying on the ground, ns shout three feet long and position. The Inteutor estimates that ten inches In circumference nt the cen- each man loses on the nveragc two ter, it hnd four pairs of legs, two nenr straw huts n year, costing perhaps six the hend nud two juit back of the ilollnrx, nnd that there would ben great wings, which grew just forward of the market fur his Intention at a price middle of the body. The it ing consist-r- d slightly in ndtnnceof that charged for of n membraneous substnnce which, the ordinary lint. when the snake wns In dormant uondl-tloA unique violin hns been made by n remained folded up tinder the body nud were not noticed by them Missouri man. The back Is of cherry until on their upproneh. With a spring from n table more thnn a century old, it raised from the ground nnd sailed which formerly belonged to the college. In the center of through the air nt n terrific sped. Hie snake Is ns blnck as clinrcoal nnd lias n the back nre Inserted SI pieces of wood tery republic nppearonrv, especially from the Holy Land, one lxlng from a when (lying through the nlr. This igrnpetlne that grew In the garden of reptile having been dis- (ethsemsne. Around the margin are covered in Kentucky the story will of et In a row small pieces of wood, dlu- moiid shaped, gathered from nil oicr toiirse go unquestioned. the cttlllzcd world. In one end of tho The Cletelnnd Lender tells of n fam- back is inserted n horseshoe made of ily whose rook has not been In thli enstor wood, and In the other end is country nil her life. The members of the Imugc of a rabbit carved in cherry. the family hate tried to lie good to her, There are, In nil, oter 150 pieces of but it seems that they hate failed to wood, nnd the only tools used In the meet her expectations. Molly wrote to manufacture of the Instrument were n chisel. her folks nt home, not lour; ago, that pockctknife nnd a half-incshe wns not satisfied with her place. It hns long been held that the use of She first wrote with n pencil, and then copied her letter with u pen. Her mis- fresh bread Is injurious, nnd cautious tress found tho penciled copy in the people nnd dyspeptics carefully avoid kitchen, nnd, ery Improperly, read it. the temptingly crisp new loaves with Here is n jiart of the epistle: "They ull their aromatic charms, patiently nmko mc work tcry hnrd here, they do. confining themseltcs to bread more or It's cookiu', bay kin nnd sttnyplu' I nm less stale. Now there comes an nil the time, mid here I nm now nt this astounding statement that stale bread mink writ In' toyez wld mc right hand, is infected with germs, more or less chiyutn' the snow from the sidewalk dcstructlte to health, and present in wld me left hand, mid shotelln' coal larger numbers ns the bread grows older. A health food company recentInto the furnace wld me other!" ly mnde n demonstration of tlds fact, Out in Omahn it lias been found that showing that while fresh, dairymen are using a "patent lluld" to bread l'iuc 240 ircrms to the gram (15.t pretcut milk from spoiling. A sjiooii-fu- l grains), in bread that was kept In a of the antiseptic, which Is sold nt warm cupboard three days, or until it three dollars n gallon, keeps n can of hnd become slightly stole, tho number milk for scleral ilnys. Children nre dy- of germs wns nearly 0,100,000. ing from the use of this milk, so It Is Tho recent Wisconsin cyclone exhfli-Ite- d reported. Among the inllk prescrtn-tltes- , all the Incredible freaks that go bowhich Include salicylic ncid, rax nud boractc ncid, the disinfectant with the worst of these twistlngstorms, formaldehyde Is the newest, nud it l such ns carrying nwny n probable that theOniahu"prterinllne" safe, taking tho bark off trees, tearing Is a preparation of formaldehyde. Not loose boards to splinters, decapitating long ngo the New Jersey state health n man, nnd carrying others to considerdepartment prosccutid some 30 dairy- able distances almost uninjured. The largest brick block In the town, crowdmen for using formaldehyde. ed with furmeri. just returning from Albert Myers went to Cincinnati from the cirrus, was crushed like an eggshell e nnd the Ughter frame dwellings wero New York n few days ngo to murry Myers, of Cotlngton, Ky., whom whisked nwny like straw, whllo two he hud met In New York with nn excur- churches were With left standing. It sion party three years ngo. t'pon meet- will be long before science can expluln ing In New York they made Lntestlga-tiou- s all tho freaks of a cyclone. which revealed that they nre Henry Illack, an editor In Syracuse, brother and sister. The facts, as Kansas, has started a mote-inemid ttcatcrn brought out, arc that the brother for n special stormy weather sister wire taken from an orphan women to wear during the nsylum In Cotlngton nt n lery tender skirt for season when the wind blows nt u ngo to bo adopted and brought up In of 40 mUes nn hour across the two different fuudllcs. lloth parties In his paper, tho Journal, are certain that their blood relation- prairies. Illack appeals to tho women to beyond a Kditur CHtnhllbhcd ship has been turn from fashion und wear during" thu doubt. windy weather divided skirts, or betSixteen members of the present ter still, tho trousers of their brothers United Stntes senate hate scried terms or husbands. Ho says ten women of us goernorM of their respretltc states. Syracuse hate agreed to Inaugurate They are: Hates, of Tennessee; llerry, this new western Kansas reform. of Arkansas; Culberson, of Texas; Cul-loSoino Chicago men cnrry.on at tho of Illinois; Dails, of Minnesota; same time two or more dllTeretit lines Ilnw-leFornkcr, of Ohio; Gear, of Iowa; Sometimes these comof business. of Connecticut; Mcllnery, of Louisure hiughablc. Oier the door of Minnesota; Perkins, of binations iana; Kelson, In Wells street isasiguwhlch California; Proctor, of Vermont; of it store "Wholesale Popcorn und Bhoup, of Idaho; Tillman, of South announces: Warren, of Wyoming, und School of Magic." In tho window of an Carolina; office In Madison street is an announceWetmore, of Rhode Island. ment that within nre to bo had "1 looks For soino liver troubles n (icrmnii on Late nud Poultry liaising." A South physician has.discoiercd n new und sldo humorist hns u plururd In his basesliuplo remedy, which consists In mas- ment window which reads; "Lunches sage of tho liter by holding the breath Put Up nnd Carpets Put Down." ut tho height of Inspiration und breathA new system of udicrtlblug Is In ing out slowly. loguo in Sun Francisco. A poultry deal In Jet more, Kun., not a single house Is cr has un intelligent rooster, which .rented nor to rent. The man or wom- parades up und down tho street before an of the house owns the house la ctery tho murkct, with its owner's business card displayed In hlshlll.'und commands instance. There are 3S0 people In attention by frequent crowing;, nl hor-ncssl15,000-horsd h well-bake- d 3,000-poun- d tier-trudnt ty y, nlir Wns Cnrenl. "Now propose" began Mr. Dinkey. He was Interrupted at this point by his nudltnr. Miss licneon, of Iloston, who spoke substantially ns follows: "Mr. Dinkey, necunicy of tnngunge demands nn explanation at this jiolnt. Do you use the word 'propose' nn ti synonym of 'purpose,' or In Its matrimonial sense?" Later dcielnpmcnts showed thnlMr. Dinkey used the word in Its mntri-moiilsense. Harper's l!nnr. 1 KENTUCKY A Tennessee CONTK8T. View of tho Worth of Standiird-Uriirr- r rtoeliel. plan of tho KenAnother derp-lul- d tucky bolters hns coiv to naught The end of their strenucus effort to alienate the Influence of Mr. Uryan from the support of Mr. Gucbct comes l.i n warm und whUly (iltieralnnted InThus dorsement of his cnnrildncy. have his foe, through the very h'it nets of thdr opposition, contributed signally to tho success ut tae Democratic nominee. It would he rtrangc. Indeed, if th'nc Mnllirr MntUllril. enemies of William Hoe .e. hid left a Mother I'd Just like to know who stone unturned in their efforts to deThey have camped upon his this young man Is you hntc engaged feat him. trail from the day the Demopolitical yourself to. crats of Kenton county determined to I la lighter--O- h, he comes of n splendid send him to the state senate. There family. has been no artifice too dUhoncst, no "Does his family object to tho treachery too deep, to serve their purposes. Thoy know him; they have Jelt match?" the strength of his arm, they " fear the consequences to then of hU I guess lie's nil right." N. Y. election as governor cf Kentucky. "Then In the short space of 40 years WilWeekly. liam Ooebel has arlccn from the humAt tlir llnll. blest poverty to a position cccarr.and-In- g Pfcolletc was the lady's con. the widest love and respect the Astonishingly so. people of a great commonwealth can AnJ people spoke About It bestow. He tins built up the largest As she namUrrit to nnd fro. lnw practice, the most loyal phalanx The men All gnjtd, the nomtn frowntd. of frlend3, and, above all, the most And called It s dlscrscr. highly creditable array of enemies, While threo In'llcnant lookers on thnt any man In Kentucky can boast Arose snd left the place. He has pained these things by unSaid Jones: "I hfr she's In tho snlm. flinching loyalty nnd sturdy blows. I think It must Im so." From the moment his first candidacy "Quite true, quite true," quoth Itoblnson, wns announced, those corporate iDier- "And dressed for It, jou know." ents of Kenton county that were a.Tits- -- N. Y. Wtrsld. totued to further their ends by political ! corruption, knew they had a fresh nnd A l.iiclo' 'Inn, ' resolute foe. to vanquish. Iieforc he "My husbnnd hns n great advantage had sat in tno legislature for n wpok over most men." their allies of the rest of the state "Indeed?" saw that their victims had gained a champion who fought a l'outraneo. "Yes. He wnlks In his sleep." To the death tho struggle hns been "I don't sec whnl ndtnntnge that can waged from that day to this. William be to a crson." quarter. If gives "Why, he can carry the hnby all night Goebclpossible and nsks no for that corporate and it Is long and still get his natural rest." wealth, which makes the private Chicago Dally News. of leslslars and executives a part of its business to compass his deAiifillicr T?rliiilffi! Mlsrue. feat this fall it will be done. If he la Kohn A man hns got to lie preddy' elected, there are representatives of Infiiicncrs, who so regularly malign particular nowndayshowhendierdlscs. rendezvous there that will tremble ' Lints How ens dot? when they Bgaln approach the state Kohn I vlll told you. Yesterday I house. adtcrdised for a diamond expert, nnd, And he will be elected. Tho nople s'elp mc Moscsl if meln slit ore nin'd who carried him to his magnificent convention been oferrun nil day mlt baseball blay-cr- s victory at the Louisville grander oae will sweep him to a yet looking for eholis. Judge. i iu November. Tliev Know no stands private for public Interest An Aftertlinuicliti greed, and stands tec boldly for the Mrs. fiondlcy It would be a good gates of political neidittuu to prevail thing for you if you thought twice be- against htm. In nil Kentucky there Is no man so fore' spenkiug once. Mr. Gondley It's too late now. I venerable, none so venerated as Chief Justice William Fryer. For more than should have pursued that plan before a quarter of a ccctury his came has I proposed to you. Snn Francisco Exstood a synonym for ell that is wise. When aminer. Incorruptible, unimpeachable. I the deadlock in the Louisville conven- (lie Crisis. ' tlon seemed to threaten dlsa3tcr to tho I'nst The Doctor Take the nice medicine party tho oyes cf macy turned to the I honored chief Jmtlce ns one on whom now, Johnny, like a good boy. asked to he The Sick Hoy Takeawayyourdnrned all could unite, ardname was that pur- for j allow the use of his old medicine! It's nasty! I poso. His declination was as prompt Tho Doctor Madam, you can go nnd ' ks It was emphatic. "I am for Senator sleep now. Your boy Is entirely out of Ooebel," he said. "I know him. nnd therefore 1 am for him. I would rather danger. Chicago Tribune. sco him governor than be governor myself. Such a man Is needed in KenHow Slic Worries lllin. "Oh, 1 hnie no difficulty nt all In get- tucky today." discerning The ting even with my husband when he voiced words of this of all that isJudge best stays out late nt night," explained the among the sentiment our sister state. the people of wise woman. "I Just Incidentally sug- There are enough men who think, as ho gest to him next morning that he ought does to renko William Ooebel Ken- your to break himself of the habit of talking tu;k.v's next governor. Keepreturns eye ii on the November election in his sleep." Chicago Post. you doubt It Chattanooga News. -nl Ju-tly "Y-e-s.I ng-dn- 'StBM ' When the children cct their feet wet snd take cold give them a hot foot bath, a boul of hot drink, a dose cf Aycr's Cherry Pectoral, and put them to bed. The chances arc they will be all right In the morning. Continue the Cherry Pcctcral n few days, until all cough has disappeared. Old coughs arc also cured; we mean the couchs of bron chitis, weak throats and irritable lungs. Even the hard coughs of consumption are always made easy and frequently cured by the continued use of GM Iyer's Oieiri ': Peeiwi Every' doctor knows that wild chcrrv bark is the best remedy known to medical science for soothing and healing inflamed throats and lungs. ; Put ono of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your Bungs Tho Dcst Mcttlcal Advlco Fraal We lion I'ts fmr the roont end. United statei. nnt p!.fitcui.t in thuand longeipert. ui'potuiiiitle Lnuiual nc eminently 81 Ihem for (tlrln rem Writs treeit ll ths medloil nrtTlc particular, in vourea.e. Addrei,Dr.J.C.ATEn. Lowell. Mill. Lincoln County National Bank. Capital Stock,ltl00,000. Succesrar to The Farracrt Bank 4 Trust Company and under ume management contlnu- ouly for !W year. Solicits Your Bank Account, relallona will proTe mutualHoping luch builni-ly bene Hclal and pleasant. VIUECTUItS: Another ,nsnl Hero. Smith I tcjl you, the fight ofT Santiago, where wo smashed Ccrvern's oiil or Honor. When the lato Governor John W. Stevenson plncod the property of his licet wife and daughter in the hands of Willlrown We? Were you In the navy, liam Goebel as trustee, without bond, was one of the very strongest proofs then? as a man that Smith Oh, no; but I rend about it in of tho lntter's worth another. Govone man could glvo the papers. Town Topics. ns everyono knows, ernor Stevenson, was one o! the ablest rnd best men cam: o.t'ivr.iu:i). tiii:x When he ve3 ai old in the state. man. Senator Gocbel, then a h"y, study cf !," vrith Grc-rcthe Stephenson. K!' ac;c3 Iu his practice was picncr:rual: he was soon taken In the C;m, asd h't office door rtill bears the old sign, "Stevenson & Goebcl." Governor Strver.scn. always a prudent man. made a will, and by ita terms p'.aeed the prrpeity cf hl3 wlfo !, and child In the hands of William the will ts trustee, was not to Epcin?,tl!y give bond. tatlns that he The coneistlns cf JP'oO'iO. cr mere, is s'l'l In the har.ds of Senator What greater proof can bo Goebcl. given of n m".n's worth? Goeb'l, without Influential friends, a young man, to bo thus trusted by one so careful as Govcrno Stevenson, is unparalleled Waggles in the iccords of this or any other Dr. Swlshtull Now then, Sccuudus, just tell mo what that is at time: end. better. Goebcl is still the trustee of Mrs. Stavenson. Bracken tho end of my finger? Chronicle. sir. Wagglcb A dirty finger-naiI"lj;ure of Jackson. Ally Slopur. Senator Ooebel resembles Andy The Ire 91 nn. Jackson more than any other man in "I know the piece I bring Is small," Amorican history In his opposition to-- ) He said with manner stenllhful. cenfalizeu power, anu tno encroacn-ment- s "A largo piece wouldn't do nt all. of wnlth. Tho corporations of l'or Ice Is so unhcalthfult" that day hated Jackson just as those Washington Star. of today hate Goebel. Jackson stood by tho petplo, and defied monopoly. Those Denr Cilrls. Goebel is doing the same thing. Miss phlgirl I don't like the color of Jackson was execrated by the aristocracy, the politician and tho chronic my hair. tho MUs Youngtlilng Don't let that office seeker. Goebel la hated by opof any system bother you, my dear. It can't be long representatives peonlo were for of Jackpression. -P now before It turns gray. N. Y. World. son, eo thev rro for Goabel. Jackson bad to' fight his way by slow degrees .tiitiirnlty Indluiiniit. to success, Gnhel has had to do the for"You will nctcr marry," said tho gams thing. Jackson iciched the tune teller. nnd Goebcl. we think, will do Abuse and "It's a mighty lucky tldng for you," likewise. Id upward vituperation can-a stay msnh; he is intcrrupttd tho girl, "that you collected not Tood County man of dUtldetlon. your fix iu advance." Chicago Post. J. J. Williams. J.S.Ow.lejr, Sr, William (iooch, A. IV. IV, Crpi nter, II. Cumiulnf, J. K. Lynn. S. II. shanks J. y. Cash, J. II. Owsley. OFFICERS: S. II. bbanks, President; nn: J. 11. Owsley. Cashier, W. M. Wright, Asst. ashler. be-p- r apsi": islSBBNfc Goe-ho- m''MJl The ConiiiouiuUng: ot Medicines. i l, Is, lone with absolute sccutacy In our PI.EOItHTlOtf DEPARTMENT "i- and the n,unlitv of all drugs used Is of a very high grade. Tho physician's succesi In the treatment ol dillicult cases isdependont on the purity and freshnest of.;the drugs. Havo hit nrdcrj filled hero and the result will bo highly satisfactory. Come to See Us. pros-denc- y. Penny's Drug Store. We Mend Fun:tures and So All Sleds cf cycle Ecpairinr. Bi- TImis. Would lie Just us Mil)'. Mrs. Spatts Oh, It 1 were only a lltri A WOIU.TOMOTUKK3 DANVILLE CVCLECO., HAKViLLE, KY No. 113 Third St. man I with Mothers of children nllected Mr. Spatts You'd bo os crazy as I was and go and marry soma fool of a croup or a severo cn'd need not hcsltato y woman, I'll bet u dollar. Town Topics. to administer Chamberlain's Tough Item-edIt contains no otilute nor narcotic In any form ami mny do given an conf.VilhliiK Less. Sentimental Daughter Father,! havo idently to thu bubo us to un adult. Tho made up my mind to marry nothing less great succcs tliHt hat attended Its use In the treatment of cold and croup has won than a foreign nobleman! for It the approval and praise It hns You couldn't I Prosaic Father throughout the United States and Puck. in many foreign lands For sale by Craig 4 .t I locker. rrut.'Ki" Here Matter of C'liole. "If I eter marry it shall bo to a womHalf rates U Chicago and return via an of lino Intellect." "Huh! Wouldn't you rather havo a tbo C. IL & U. lty ou Oct. 2d to 10th wlfo who thought you u grcut man?" Inclusive Return limit Oct. J4th, ac- J.C.JrlcClY W y.aL A Indianapolis Journal. Uiiju) iiieul. "Did you hare a nice time at the concert last night?" "Splendid I Sue Dalllngton told me of a lately new dressmaker that sua has found "Chicago Dally News. hivcount dedication and corner-ston- e ing of tho now Government building', Great cvoni la tho history of Chicago, i'reslduut McKlnley und hundreds of noted mon and speaker will bo thoro Call on your nearest C. II. & D. agent for full particulars. UNDERTAKES,! Aud Dealer in HAE1TS3S, 0ADDLEEY, &0.a STANFORD, KY. I?" '!; &9 ,;- - If-- P n "' ' chofil. Our .Mllltnnt HtrftiRlh. "Kohl" cried old Tcstynmn, angrily. For defenslro purposes, the lesson of , Amerlcnn mnrtlnl ardor nnd skill thus " ."? "nl hed tho report of n cum In Bill's n cnooMenciier na.l line, UHUM Uil lUUIIle W1C UUI II 1111 IH'lll UUliifJ taugliit to Kurope within the year that singing "'Vhat' In a nnmoV says , .. " pa.t I. of Incalculable mine, nnd for .T" -- ", " :.. ITl-By Robert Halifax. !,.i ..,.- imJ " ... w v.r. B . IV. ..... Sham ns one o'clock struck llml next 'onff years to come, says the l'hlla- - "',, ". t"i-$eugcr, n musi icraper 1110 ng- - ,10t nfrnld of n good licking, nnd they day. Dili left Ills stall to Itself nnd rnn or nations that might pot one pretty often, I cnu tell joii. to meet Pipplcton nt the corner. Kite grcssivcncss riLLi d mlnutci Inter they were pausing umcrwisc nave sougni to cliccK tlio "tiy, sir, rre nail my linck senrred ultli A sensible priced almost oug) omM(o "Vhs?" cm progress of n republic whose iinrxnm- - weals for sir months nt n time." rcg8trnr.g0,cc. shoe thnt thoroughly .. ...... I" " I.. ........ n prewy pic- guiltily. He had gulped i?"DJ: :,:rr .. ... -- - , Vwr. .torol nwnv the ?.."" nBi.t. rippwon .M.Per.. 1'icii prosperny is . a stnn.llng menace . r "" " satisfies the sensible -f y . ....... ! v . sniti innv j nmw ........... n .in. ivumuru vj Z 1,. rnn int .,,! "if nisr fnnrtnfv .........r tiltli mn nr ...v rni.- j10. moiinrcincai institution. Thlssensn Iilw nliilininn iii ...i .i....n n. ( woman is thc Ultra. It !. sei, iuuiiii t.trnp nUSIItU IIUIII4 U IUt . nlrinrv ailmmnni ' 1,c '"nd behind cr,f" . ... ,.,.. ,, hi . neck, snenked Into tho bedroom, , . ... " . , U a fit tribute to years u,e ,owcrs nIo"P .' " contempla- - I ;,7 "VwE 1VM,: i. .. .. tcep," In the In- -' , '. '' "- -J "'" J'?. ' " nnd was lost In round-cyeof scientific shoe mak' '. . . tclllgcnce. the material resources, the pink atom In ., .. , tion of the flve.ccks-olm ,"""," ,"rJl'.,.. n ing, which the wearer of "' . ' - -. ,, there. when that queer sort of whisper.,. .i- sklllln Improvising. If need be. the lm. i. .i.ii-.- i iiiij ill iiiu "".V this famous shoe may . ij nitiii.f uiiu jvanu iiiu iv j I'tki miir ""'" ' thought of mil.' Who's he? picments of war, steadies the nation AllySloper. now enjoy. For 3.50 "I1I1H" .0? edged In farther. "Don't "'I, J ,, ,, -" wlien It Is called upon to take n firm per pair your comfort C'nntlrniril, yer love me? Ain't you got the loveliest I Wll spat on both hands; they took stand for good cnuscs. It should sum I i "li-iirnl- l AM) l.MM A t M aJ and pleasure may now ' nlwns form my opinion of n man ' K mon Its energies for no other purpose. ' from my off their caps, nnd walked Into the pres going to think moro o' the be fully realized. ,)f m,irc,)n n ence of the great man, where he sat The Intelligence which makes nations him," obnerved 111 mo now?' among his nwesomo volumes. Ihey strong for wnr should restrain them hne. to chnngr It. cm. "nnd seldom .Vow, thnt fellow "You'll wnke hlml What d'ycr menn, nudged and pushed cnch other FOR from going to war for wnr's sake. Not-!"''n Jimt gone nut I .took nn In- gal?" gasped Hill, taking tho cutty . ... . nnd then nt Inst IIIU got rid of his .. 1.1. c mm ONE PRICE nuiisinnuing mo rcpuuuc lias jolneil.'.,.... It. 111...m .t wiit-- no rnmc in WOMEN from his mouth. (" lump nnd began ' .1 I nnil . ... .... . .. .TUB WORLD OVER. mu ... l.llim I1KS "What do 1 mean? Ah I you know ,," nntlilntof 1.VIll' ...M ...ni iliu .1.1 Ht. V..r Vmi. xr .11" l"Vn, l,,csjiich III 11C IUlKICril 111111111111 IHJWerS dllTcrcntlv ". him."v Ill n dramatic wnr nnd In such i well enough. But we don't want no i.r." '" 1,.1 Pinnl.inni ,., i,,,, , n short time, we mnv rnnflilrntlr inni I "I noticed he hnd n bill ngalnst 011," words about It. There's the boy Is he I .,, ii.i i . .. ... rcinnrhi'd iirook. Uili ago Tribune. 1a u hII l.fa ttA ttl-- n numliAS lllf lu "" "' "', " n newborn male child not his, mine, thnt tlie country will rcmnlnn slumber- 2 a convlck? I don t thlnkl Is pose you ( yus ,nR gInnt nmIl, he unwor, conlIcts .tml....,.n.. do know he s got to be nnmedand regis,.yon n)can boy.. sa(, tfcc r ,stra A grntlrm.m l..t-l- y .llsiiil.se.1 n cleicr whch Romc of tho ..,, ... .....v ,. tered before nnothcr week or dldn t .p,,n... .. . nn. - ,.... .n ,.,., ,.,, ' , i.... .iui,,,,,,.,.. pvm ,. P(inL' ..i. . uiv " when referring to n demise. ny uuiu LVTTJU su in ii lit; ,id riiirr. you?' of his wife nnd family he gnte him n Ion "Lumme," said BUI, staring, "So he dnte?" While Coropornl frank Semple, of , ehnrnctcr, nnd this Is how he wortlnl has. Wowed If I hadn'tr- -" "Date?" Another nudge and stare, tho Twentieth Knnsns regiment, wns '" ' creiiy rcrniy uiai a. II. lias "BUI, you ""J scratching of Lends. "Well, there. swimming the Mnrllao rhcr with Fun-- 1 l,cn my fn r,,,nrr oer two years, ....W mm- ncao.you wou.u. ,?...... uon j. i."".: uui imu bcmwj f 1oM fugt 0 De. ston, his sister, Miss Jennie, was plow- - ' ""'' ' "" ,,,,rl"'' that time he got more child, nnd you know. ccmbcry0U know, rip. t b ter; there's the ,n,,,, ! ht ing the Semple home farm, IS mile. " now." She folded her arms, nnd looked idnvn ho rcnt fou 'ce ,hortt ..i.n, ' A..ll. ui l.f1.f. T. I. t. ruun VUB ..... mjuiii up aj, iue cracK lu lu0 ce...ng. ,.3 x Name? j IIIU iii;iiiiu, jiuii. x SImmong I'rm.f t'nalllir. said, wo don't want no words we ve A, of N I only support of his widowed mother, WIIllamt 1 should ' Tommy llrmtti been so nice together! but 1 s pose jour big sister en,n.t USC(, 0 th, .no donH (akc but she urged him to enlist, nnd Jen .. ..uv. . v.-- j ,un. ... v no notice o' mc. Bill Simmons that's n'e assured him thnt they would keen gaged to Mr. White? Susie No. an" I guess she don't want ask what s the dear nutc s name to be? my name, too; 4 Fountain court, Shore- - the farm running nil right in his nl- to lie. his name, wot '11 mean one thing or ditch. Tater salesman." sence. Miss Jennie's admirers say she Tommy Brown Did t'other for him through life." so? The registrar 1WIK7 " Bin j oat the oil Rlof In tns nrv Stulc Gn.cn No. but she ktioucd he "Him? Why, Bill, of course Bill himself, flicked n few pages, nnd glnred is the prettiest girl in Kansas, nnd they ,, ,t.n was threw thlnk nll lhe more of ,icr gnco Rio ta xh ' " comln' Simmons," said he or rather, faltered down mmlfitilWMliXt&nlj Risz 0Qt th lb his pen. "Upon my word, I don't echool Just aft h eIglltccth bIrth. nt supper. Catholic nit' she rat onions Stnndan! nnd it. "Didn't I settle that long ago so's know whether UUMP-ITrltJllBWe brine to you the new and true ) ths ; y jou people with your wo needn't change the name on the a,ml Ca"C homc w 1!cn l rnnk ioiavd Times. EflE? plney forest j of Norway babies think the public records are kept barrows." wuaiw 4IILVUI I'WI I s a JU1III Vll 111 lu. Ilnlloii Drt'llnril. here for a jokel Your child, sir, was Well, then, there , "Ob! you did? the head while he wns swimming the Jason Come home anil tuke dinner registered threo never oln't no telling, is there?" and mother under the hours ago of byye-c- Its Mnrllao, but the wound was not seri- with me old chai. will jou? name of Mrs. Simmons tittered a little hysterThaj er Why er ous, and now Miss Semple and his Ermyntmda Pine-Tar-Hon- ey ically, as she fumbled behind tho pic- sex apparentlyMnrmaduke SimmonsEx- mother are looking Jnson Oh. but you must come. My of forward to his ture of Garibaldi. "There, I think it's actly; two women no consequence. wife's hnd koine fool friend there ctcry came, if you remembis mother's place to settle that. So ber. You see how unnecessarily you homecoming with the fondest night for two wk.,nml I want to get Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by aaBat 'aaaaasaaaaaBSasHsl when you go to the registrar, you'll wnsto my time? Too InteV My men. Judge. dear science to a Pleasant, Permanent. Potltlro take this bit o' paper, and see he puts man, the child was only born once, I Is nothing in n name, but I "There Tlir Urn I lnull. 4aaaVaaa aaaaaaaaaaaV Cure for coughs, coLls and all Inflamed lurtavces it down prop'ly. Here it Is and no almost dread to tell a stranger where I of the Lungs anJ Bronchial Tubes. MnJ. (lOodfellnw So he called vim n Marmaduke." words; er Krmynti-ud.. . ... . . Lungs aro The sore, weary cough-worciuzen oi usrikosn, liar, n drunkard, a. card sharp nnd a ' "Erming what?" Bill swayed up. crlSiri?) Wra mucus Is cut out 1 tbs j th: microbe-bearinis in Nosmngton recently. "You clilckcn lliler, did he? ,V3' 'i vw his eyes goggung. "That boy?" cause of thai tiikllnx Is removed, and the Inflt med Mnj. Ilottbun lledid.ruh! but v. hen see our town has been treated as n joke "That boy. Why shouldn't he have a membranes are healed onJ sootlied so that tben name as well as anyone? You ClOTtli. OSAVWi so long on account of Its outlandish he went further nnd mid was not h .duke's AMI Is no Inclination to cough. gentleman, I drew on him to wunst, Me and Mrs. Finnic- didn't care; I did. name that the American people can SOLO BY ALLQOOO DRUGGISTS sub! l'uck. ton found that name in a paper, and we never be educated to regarding h Dottlsi Only. 2Go., EOo. and $1.00 S'ms ain't going back on it." seriously. It is too late In the day Jll.t llir llalllr. "You give It here!" said BUI, husMrs. Jones--YntBE SURE YOU GET to rechristcn It, asd so it will hate to mother was tell- I AM 68 YCAR3 OLD, InrmrMrtj kily, making a snatch. "Bllmy, it's a '"-'ttj roM mc '"""'"J ,,mt )ui to It. iUa inrlai. 'ou wcrc jog along until the end of time under I !nf Xloirjr, IiflTqakksMrrintifiirrtwf ty Dr. Dell's plant! You've left It till now so as I JTipM WUsWMUWT4lA. IlDiftti? its present nppellatlon.and.be the butt norn jour grnnuninincr predicted uiai Mrs. Flppleton? Who's she? I'll break loon Krvnf. Mim. u. a. unoun. jou would marry wisely and hnpplly. j of countless thousands jet unborn. I kalak K her blooming neck. 1 11 Jone What n good Joke on my want to saj', though, forOshkosh, thnt grandmother! N. Y. World. "That's itl Send the baby into a fit, It is a live nnd progresshe cit- - of along of your beastly temper. I knew FOR SALE AT PENNY'S DRUG STORE. A Itrlloiilr Ouinpllmrnl. with ns refined nnd Intelligent peo-1)- 1 how It would be. As sure as you stand Mrs. Matchmaker Mr. Wise, I take e as von will find nnvwlim. In Amur. there, Bill, that's the child's name, and m p there." lea. and that those people who may have f7 i',m,r ln,eret lnconnoisseur. I rc n gem Marmaduke," he "Ennyntruda taken up. the no Ion that It is a jay WlHei-IF. Mr due. madam, to my spelled out, Incredulously. "What, a town because of Its queer name ought Krent admiration for mother of I'cnrl. kid that's going to sell carrots on the to paj- - us a visit nnd become undc-- 1 Jeweler's Weekly. kerb along o me! Oh, yesl ain't we celved." springing up in the world. 'One pen I Mnklnir n Hnrr Thlnir of II. Mister Ennyntru north o' tunnlp-topIn order to be strictly In line with I Miss Flnchblow Do jou think It Is da Marmaduke, and no stnlkl ius; ino latest inncy it Is neccssnrj- - to have posmuie to gel n gooi mca oi r.uroje I'll see about that. Bill he was born, vour nlavinir cards mado to nnlrr. In In six weeks? and Bill he sticks." Miss Fiddlebnck-O- h. not I should tho east It Is quite the thing for tho "So you say! Allow me to tell you, Fuck. hostess at a card party to surprise her stay eight If were Sir. Simmons, that child's not going In guests by supplying them with curds The llnre I'arli, the carrot line, nor any other; he's goA little bnbe. btvonrt doubt. ing In the civil servldge, or not at all, "irs ALL niQHT." FIPPLETON WJH8- - on the back of each of which is a la bald until bis hair comes out; "IIOW'LL THEY KNOWT" , duetion of her own photograph. Or, where they go up and take their money And, later on. In mar.hoo.l nhen and walk out again; either that or a suppose? I have provided one certlfl- - If modesty forbids, nnd the party is Ilia hair comes out. Iie'a bald scaln. -- U A. W. Ilullettn. .beerhouse, so nowl And as for Mrs. cnto of birth, don't I tell you?" gi,en to a club or organization of nny Deep Into the silence the soft sarcasm k,n(Ji thc c,ub fl Flppleton, the best friend the child's Tin: stvii: oi.n stouv. or oth boI got. If you go down those stairs and sank. Goggle-eye- d , they stood for a , .... "- r - ir-TheIN "" '"are decoratedn words between them, he he minute. Bill white nnd Flppleton red. . "J .7" make eari, U?" tho their feet started shuflllng. and l shan't have no name at alii And I'll of one country house, let him know every day as his own next moment they somehow found vnxtx a - themselves gasping outside. Hie greatest drawback to the new Idea blessed father sat down nnd consplr"You you done thlsl" choked Bill. ' t,le taci ,nt guests seem to bo un- ated to ruin him. Nowl" . She swung out. Bill stood staring at swinging his fist. "No Ilea; Isayyou.nble to resist the temptation to take with them as a souvenir one of the the paper a morsel torn from 'The' done it. Lumme, Ermyntruda "Inever.BIII! Me? Strike roe lucky If cards, which of course renders the Bandit of Blue Gulch." THE WORLD'S BEST RAGE MEETING. Marmaduke he sweated even now at. Fvesaldn word it was In my Bleep, when whole pack useless. the very thought of being asked the you never don't know. The missus she says; 'Ah, you can larf Tuesday, October 3. nipper's name. Ermyn Stewed ceU Monday, October 0. On departing from America Mr. Wiland ginl THE $16,000 FUTURITY, It was past bearing. He so can wc' Swop mo bob, BUI, I hadn't liam Archer, the English critic, writes THE $3,000 WALNUT HALL CUP. caught up his cap and went down the opened my blessed mouth that much-B- ill, some kindly impressions of The greatest 3.yo race on record. Lord Vincent 2:asv, Km ,i)S 2:0';. the counyou'ro never going off that ratty stairs quickly enough to catch Mrs. Idollta2:12K,Dornlitia2:llV,Kxtaay Surpol 2:10, Itoynl Unroii .':l()4'. Tint try. He was not called on for a speech Flppleton edging off. She had been over nothing? Can I help my missus? 2:13. Mary Celeste 2:14, Tho Mer-chaQueen 2:10V. Wlliisk 2,1 14', Vnlpa listening, then. He clenched his fist as Ain't I had all my vegetables off you as often as he expected. Twice he 2:14, etc.o 2K)0V, nnd other. was caught unawares and said "everyshe snorted and clattered her flrclronB. since when? Well, there!" t WedneicUy, October 4. Tuesday. October 10. "What did you marry her for?" asked thing I dldu't waut to say." Then he "Yus; for two brass pins I'd down Mrs. Flj' What do you mean by com- THEOREAT Wll, hotly; but he stopped. "For two prepared a speech, but "the nroceed- THE $3,000 ASHLAND. yer," he said, In a whisper, Crescetw With Tho Abbott 2:00 "I know you would; but there's only pins I'd go and kick a copper an' get j ings opened with nn iced beverage ing home In thin condition? Peter the (.rent 2:07). Tommy Mrlt-to- n Mr. Fly Couldn't help It, m' dear. 1 2:07J, Tommy Urlttcm 2:08, Kr. one ln the house, as it happens, run in, I would. To think my nlppe called, I believe, 'a Mississippi toddy, shlippcd and fell Into a glass of beer. 2.08, Kllonv 2.05V. UuutKx--r 2:(A. Hark who'll do the downing! P'rhaps ei goi" Union 2:07 V. etc Who Im It 2:00,, nnd other eruekn. probably as being the longest toddy N. Y. Evening Journal. "Shan't! He's all right fat as but- on record, and on Its you'll get on my oilcloth." Thursday, October 5. curOther Days. BUI strode down the street, his neck ter! Now, choke it dow n and come on. llranlr nnd Utility. my eloquence was swept Into the The $1,000 'lVnncKMi'i' .Stake, 2:3J PAMOUS Sie.ooo TRANSYLVANIA. red and puffed, to the pub at the cor- Why, here, you chump, you can get rent We can't havs rosts all the ysr gulf of oblivion." Mr. Archer remarks So nature has things planned; your own back over this a knock-ar- t. I'eter the Qreat 2:07,, Lord Vincent The PIUITM, 2..v-h ner; Flppleton was calling for a W.UIO I'liturlt v Hut strawberries aa fondly dear-M- ay Ha, ha, wo never thought of thatl that America overtopped his anticipa2:08);, Chnrley Herr2:IO, 5tirpol2:10 of shag when he felt his ear The 13.(100 Ktoek Fnrm i'tirce. be preserved and canned. , tions. Lumme, Bill, we've got 'em net!" pulled. KlnKmond 2:10V. Hnrah S. Tlie2,r00 JoliiiHton, Went. lllllO Detroit Kre Press. "Have we? How? More o your kid?" "What ho, Bill! what's yours?" Huron 2:10V. etc. union, neimicKy nnil other Tho country boy is passing, says tho Cuncetl. "My kid? No, "Yus, I know all about that; I'll buy NliikCH'ilally. mug, can't you Memphis Commercial Appeal. Thera Mrs. Spatts I wouldn't marry the my own. Now, what game's this you see? Why, next time" World-FnmouHorses nntl Drivers in IHr Stakes. best man living If 1'had It to do oer A whisper, a wink, and tho two went is ery little of the country left. Where and your missus? D'yersee that there? Weber's Unrivaled Military Hand in Daily Concerts. the mill, the mcetlng-hous- o and tho again. my kid's name. That's what off roaring. fit. Faul'a. Spatts I wouldn't usk jou ngoln. store used to brood In recal solitudo bunged Into her head between you; but llnlf H.U03 On All Railroads. For further information, address, An Upltapb. Brooklyn Life. it won't come off see?" The following Is a good epitaph story. ambitious towns hae sprung up, whero II. WlLSdS'' s',',..yt " Flppleton stared. "Not An old "Ermyn Impfilalblr to lluullt. Yorkshire farmer died. The bonds are Issued, waterworks, street me, Bill. Take my dfilli I ain't heard funeral being cars and electric plants put lu. The "How do 1 know this Is over, the nothlnk about It. I.ummel They've to have a tombstone widow decided fast trains bring tha farms and cities whisky?" that should do been and 'cocted It between"cm. Why, credit both to the deceased "Here Is the written guarantee, sir, and herself. closo together and the telephone ling CyproKH ShingluH Iron rencc. It's a gal's name, ain't It?" of the man who inteutcd the process To the locul stonemason she explained mado tho world a vast whispering "No, yer fool, it's a duke's name: nnd her wishes: "I don't want It." Chicago Tribune. for nothing out I'm to go to the registrar's and spit of th' way, but handsome and simple, Ilopv fur 11 lm. mai oui. .Mei bwop my bob, Pip, I .me mis: 'vtiiiiani Wilson, died OctoAn eastern exclnuigu reports that a ( 1 Ooslln 1 lose my heuil so readily, don't want no row, but Fo got to bae ber tho fourth, 1S90. Aged eightj'-flve- . family comprising seeu persons left know, Miss Amy. doncher it out with your missus or someone be- "The good die young." ' "Academy. Scrauton the other day, tlio whole parMiss Amy How fortunate! One of fore I've done. It's all heri my Harriet ty traveling 011 one full faro rullrond these times you'll get another. HarUna by Our. can't eten read back'urds; you know Metul ltoofing. Mill Work. Mr. New garden (on his return home) ticket. There ero the mother and lem Light. that. I'll- -" Why, Mary, what in tho world are three pairs of twins, none of tho chil"Don't you do nothluk o' tho silly yon doing? You look SUe Cuuliln'l Tbruu, tired to dcalhl dren beliif; up to the half-furoj;e of sort, mate. Wlminen are wkumen Mabel They say she fairly threw .Mrs. Newgnrden I om absolutely five years. don't forget It. You'ro that dry half herself at him. 1 have been all day planting old six with a head i, Ml..! Now look theso grass Jack 1 don't bcllete It, She would Tho Connecticut legislature setds, nnd hae only done has here, Bill; Fte got no klJs. so I ain't about three yards. The y seeds are so passed a law protecting the trulllng hare missed him If she lincl done thut. never had no bother; but they've got N. Y. Journal. small! Fuck. arbutus, said to bo the first law cut this idea into their heads. Well and STAN FOU ICY. passed In any state of the union for the Her Mile f tliu urallun. Totuatova and I'urulnra Clraltrd, good; you wns a fool to kick. Go honfu William Shvllon, PusUlvnt. Upon his wheel ha scours the country, Tomatoes have beeu grafted upon protection of a wild flower. The law say It's the loveliest name you ever and Ills wife st horns bicycling lostiies; l'rhairy, l'rspiratury, AcuiletiiloatnlOulleisiili) DurimentN, Mmle, Art, Kloc'ii by a French experlmenWr.wboM In (jusstlon is said to be largely due heard tell on, and you won't have no For next day 'tis her dirty duty hybrid plant prvduces tubers under- to a nsnspaptr article calllag atttntion on an I til 1'iyitc si Culture. 31. t year begins Sept. 4th, Send for catalogue to other at no mortal price. TLeu, To acour the country of! Ill clotbss. --Judie, ground and tomatoes above. MllS. NANNIH 8. BAUFLKY. Udy I'rlticli.sl. dinner Uuie, you and us " to tb ntd of suth a law. i (? , Number One f """ but cnouch that they nudged cnch l1! oth- - ... ". J" "T:.. (i. "n .. ULT RAI i n ncrv-urnpe- J- I ..." .... 11 d d ,,,"..,, .. '. . :, ,. V" I" - ... ,,, ,',., .' ,,, ..' "i 77 Shoes Are Best s ,.,, 11 , t'lKll-rntllT- I! Ti.i flt t,lt for-wnr- d; ...!.. 1 .. 1" .. fcORn yjvv m v rw m """ - ,i. Tr.n,. - .... ,, ,, H. J. McROBERTS. non, .rnt ,'. 1 ."2. fr BtrIJ,L "lrn.'V,,!B "" 1. .j Mit-sn- "In-decd- t, ,,. SI 1 DR. BELL'S s, a lljlll ....i.. Osh-kos- n d g 1 e ir Wmrk " PltiQ-Tar-Kon- Mamm 30,-00- 0, I' 1 Kentucky's Great Trots, LEXIHPTOl?, 3rd TO OCTOBER I s. J !4th, 1899. 1 repro-TERE- D. I ,, . I ..,., Pfg Iure ... P,00D)sK($80,000 .' HI899H AHMA. nt T Stakes I'll" and Purses iNSI Stakes rsMiiiiiKv nd Pursos T. I down-lapsin- g pen-nort- o 2:09V-Iloyt- I u fl og-iii- A. c.siNB, o O7 I, nw-full- Stanford Female College, j ! 5" eggs at l"e. they need not wait for tho "resurrection of tho Ian dny," by dying; but' It Is their privilege, by "dl(olu- IlMATINO stoves of nil Slcs nnd that tlon," to shnro tho "bleisedncss" of VV nfoki), Kv., -- Skit. 29, 1899 Coi'.NTitY proiluco and frosh butter Prices nt Warren Shanks'. those who "huvo part In tho first rcn- -j p wanted nt ISeitzley ft Carter's. Wis have received ono lot of Jnckets, urrecuon;- - nod so, escape denth, ns More expected next week. Severanco Lnoch and Elijah nnd Paul and John jiUUI.NKw! MANAOKH, Pattuiinh and material for Hallon-bur- g Si Sons. old; with others who believed, as thoy, work at John P. Jonas'. tho word of tho Lord In John 11:2(1. IlltOWN, Plorencu and Mlllburn, ono 'IK lMt material combined with Inl. To Foil Kbnt -- Seven room rosldonco skill nnd accuracy Insure 'ikxI and wngons. No bettor In behalf enlist tho "prayers of saints' of tho poor Jts. No other method uro over on Main street. W. P Walton. made. W A Carson. souls In holt, who havo been to guilty In our pruncrlfillon work, Penny TltP. TwIcu-u-WeLvrillllOlt Jouit-s'A- t. l Storu. Hid display of collaret tot today und and unfortunate as to "sin nway their Is only $1 n yenr cash. Homembor In great almn.lnnec and great M tomorrow. Comn whether you want day of grace;" but who nro the objects vnrlstic. We havo taken tho utmost PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Hint. care In the -- election of our Fall and Winter of tho dear Lord's lympHthy and love, to buy or not. Severance A Sons. Goods and wo aak you to (&, lust as much, us when they woro on ss Set: Uol't will nsmL Mr. Ol'lt terra uro strletlv cash on coal ANOTltl.it nlco rain, the second this earth, und unbollovlng. nnd feed. Do not nk for credit. J, II. lornr In hep inllllnury. Nay more, week, fell last night und this morn- slnuonow tholr .. S. II. IJilUUY ot Montlcollo, U IlnU(hman ft Co. unbollof Is gone, nnd ing Is us us spring time. thoy nro contrlto lovers of tho Lord, his unotc, Murk Hardin. LaPIKH, look nt our lino of rendy en him t. and Mils. John 8. IIanvii.m: will huvo Urynn, but wo and henrty holers of tho Dovll; but made mcreorbed sateen skirts, 0o to I uvural days In LouJsvlllo will havo the circus and that's what doomed to "servo their tlmn."nn,l n $I.W). Sovernnce ft Sons. I H. J. C. Nkai., of Mureluml, makes Harry Glovnnnoll eco things the "uttermost farthing" of tho penal ly incurred, and tho debt contracted by ng relatives In Ulchmoml. I.KTCIIKIt OWSLKY, Esj will speak green, unbelief. -- . J. M. CoaKI.KY, of Campbells-S at Hubble, tonight, 2!th, at 7:30. It Tmsdumugo suit of James C, Hock-o- r, 0.,r Xcw IJM SkirtlnK,. Crepon. Cheviots, And this fearful punishment may r visiting nl Mr. W. II. Hlgglns'. will pay you to heur him preach puro Silks, Trimming,, Ac. on of J. P. Hooker, of this place, be greatly lightened, If K. T. S. FitlTH.of Hrodhend, spent democracy. bolievlng pray- rfc Also Show, Clothing, Hats nnd Cap. against tho L. & N. for personal In- er, by saints on earth, al 'days with Mr. Dr. W. U. shall loose tho rff Stock your winter coal now, prices juries, resulted In the Itoyle circuit Almighty bond of God, so that In an- m jnon. nro adranclng and tho probability now court in a verdict for J,600. Tho swer to It ho can "comfort by rod and m iS, to tho wlfo of W. A. Key amount asked wm S10.000. staff'' those who uro "passing through ' of Junction City, Wednesday Is that delay will cost you high. J. II. Ilaughraan fc Co. jig, a son. Tlir. business manager has been play- tho valley and shadow of death." to tho "predestined" glory that awaits w Saiiaii J. Maii.kv, of Marietta, Seitt.miiku has been a month of ex- ing In bad luck for tho last few days. them beyond I visiting Mr. G. A. Pendleton tremes. On their gloomy imprisonSo mo shot a valuable tho 7th, tho mercury reach' ment. vher relatives. 10,1; Wednesday It was down to .12 watch dog for him, whllo somo uned This Is to be carefully distinguished . G. A. Lacicky will Hell his scrupulous scoundrels raudn a raid on with a killing frost. and farming Implement Oct. his coal house and sweet potato patch. from tho doctrlno of "Purgatory," 60 1'iKcr.H new outings, 60 plarcs iij move to town. Luckily for him there wasn't much which Is Satan's counterfeit of tho truth. "Praying a soul out of purga V. I. IlltADSllAW, of Turner. 100 pieces new calicoes, 75 pair coal und the potatoes were very email? tory," is n petition to God. to lift His Wtondcd tho burial of his uncle, blankets, 15 pieces cotton coverts open DltiN'T AtniEliK. Mr. Joseph L. hand, laid in wroth unon tho sufferer . Williams In Adair. for your Inspection. Sevoraneorc Sons - .. a Joplin, of Ml. Vernon, was bitten on and toepure hls.poor creaturn further .1. Lauua Jaiiiioi:, of Lebanon, Dan IlKSTKit, on flvo charges of the leg by what ho thought was a chastisement. As there Is no God who d Wednesday to assist In Mint of tho liquor laws, was acquitted miid dog, tho other day nnd came hero would bo so unwlso and cruel as to send Hcnzlcys millinery store. at Klngsvlllo yesterday In Squire Sin to havo "Uncle" Andy Wallace's mad bis "offspring" to hell temporary or . I. M. HaNKIN Is intending tho V ibytorlan council at Washing-- " gleton's court, Prosecutor Helm lulls stona applied. It failed to ndborc, endless and us no being but a malignus. Our stock of Fall nnd Winter Goods havo been sciecte.I though, and Mr. Joplin returned homo ant Dovll would causa such suffering 3h represents IIO.OOO.OOO of with the greatest care. Wo In much tatter spirits. tho prayer of faith, against this adver- bought the best values wo could find, the styles nro comet and tfaeprte are tb A TKl.mitAM from tho Ulchmond sary, Is porfectly logical and God hon- lowest. Wo have tho most approved things in Jkssk Tkayix)U nnd baby Cllmox asking us to announco In TuesThe L. Si N. will sell round-tri- p oring; while tho Homlsh 'ravine- out ujr. who havu been vltit'ng Mr. day's luo Mr. Goobel's npMnlmcnt tickets to tho Pulr und Midway ut of purgatory," Is an affront to God: n k, W. 1'. White, ruiuroul to thero noxt Monday, came just uftur tho Oct. 7, good returning the ir n couiu lioisluly bo persuaded to bo1 yesterday. last paper was mailed. lull al ono fare, to Cincinnati, Oct. 12, Icjs rigorous, In a punishment, Inlllct-eI). S. CAIll'KSTKlt nnd Mrs. W. 1(1 Dilitii. Sam H. Wude, Min of Jerry II, and 17, limited to 21, at samu In intlnito rectitude, by an iy wuru down from HosUmvlllc ou account National Convention ol rate iy. Tho Utter Is much plcnd Wudu. the colored shoemaker.dled and tho Christian church and toCynthlana, Creutor, upon Hisgulltycrcuture This wus burled yesterday. Ho had a comIllogical notion, Is only paralleled bv now homo. ir Oct. limited to (I, ut li fares on ac- those who think sickness is an affliction 0. Huotili:, State nnnagorof plication of troubles. Hesldes stand- count of soldiers' reunion. from God's wise and good hand and .Ion Mutual Life of Portland, ing high as u tencher, young Wudo "I WAS rather prejudiced ugnlnst heart, sent for tho sufferer's beneOt; lero conferring with hi loonl wns a musician of somo local reputation. X A. MlddUsum. Gnebul on thu start, but since John who straightway sends for u doctor; swallows nauseous medicines "J. n Iloosn had her visit cut Young Brown camo out The paoplu uro anxious to hcur a como over my feullngs," u change has a bill for It: ull to get away nnd navs In fact, our line of Fine Dress Goods, Silks nnd Lining, liar sUter In Chattanooga, by debate between from tho said Mr. John ennnct he duplicated outHon. M. P. North nnd out Illness of one of hur chll P. M. Mcltoborts, but 1. luvis, tho urumtner, who ucd to wise Heavenly Father's hand, us quick- side of the Isrger cities. For Fancy Underskirts we are showing a complete assort- vo opine Hint live hcru, but who now ....... . ..,u ,t,j mini, uesi aim only lungs. utVha lo't nt homu. resides In Lex- ly us jHv.slblo. Whut confusion It will bo os hard to got Mr. Mcltob-ert- s -- uro. . K L. Gltl'lillS write us that ington. "Goobel Is going to win," said tiarnes," lurther, hopes to to tho scrutch ns it would bo to .nil n cvero spell ot blood pols-he, "und If another John Young Hronn make clearer, the reason why Scrlpturo get Taylor to meet Goeltel. will bu able to resume his should spring up there's no tolling comes to us In Its present form: so thnt ,t Shelby City Monday, THE Stanford champions were de- what his majority will be." Mr. D christians may not be ashamed or afraid Our stock of Stap es. such as Flannels, Outings, Hosiery. Underwear, Gloves. Ac. its. Conway and Johnson, of feated by tho Pittsburg base ball team travels over u largo territory und bus to study their Bible, except In the is full and complete. In Ladies' and Gents Fine Shoes we say mou emphatically' wav in whlnli It. Ij o.i i, 1, wore hero yesterday seeing 'li to 8. Tho homo boys claim that a proven sevorul times that In elections thero are no better brands made than those we carry. We solicit your patronage. be tolephono exchange and proferslonal pitcher brought along by ho know what ho Is talking about, most yielding llttlo or no practical ery thing coins nicely. Pittsburg did tho work for them, but Ho makes no bones of saying ho voted oonent. ilils is deplored bv true hearts, but the wuy out of tho difficulty G. Dick, of Mm Kcoley Cure, somooxcuso Is better than admitting forMcIvlnley InlSM. is not seen, ibo preacher hopes to help 1 yesterday, buying provisions, a Btralghlout beat, the loys think. Hon. K. C. Waiiken returned from sucn, by tho Lord's grace. ho Is mine host now whllo Mr. 1(1,000 Hi'HHEt-- s Manager E. J. Tan- Montlcollo where hu made u seech Uro. Humes' lectures on tho Idcn' , Gus Hofinunn ure In ner, of tho McKlnney Cunning Co., Monday, In the highest kind of feather tlty or tho Tho LoH Tribes of Israel Uaeo will be deJ. L. TASSKlt nnd children who was hero yesterday, told us that ho llosajs that there Is practically no With tho Anglo-Saxo- n packed 10,000 bushels of tomatoes this dlsalTeetlon In Wnyne und very llttlo livered Monday Finney Wednesday to join her und Tuesday nluhts. at rarmcrsvllle, Texas. Tho season, making about nlno car loads, In Puluskl. Tho democrats of both Thero will bo no charge. On and Tor nlco new ." ,jtjcrnlly give them up with three of which ho has already sold ut a counties uro thoroughly aroused und hear them. good prlco. Hut for tho short crop ho will stund shoulder to shoulder for tho Dry Goods and Xotions, the Xcwcst Things in Mr. Barnes hiu ceased, apparently A LOOKS', wife and family left would havo put up doublo tho above ticket. They ure anxious for democrat- to tako up collections, not huvlne-donIreckties, ColInrs.Cufls, Shirtsund Underic seakers In Wayne nnd with a llttlo so since his meeting began. ., 'fur Hloomlngton, III., near amount. way ot camwear of all Kinds, for Big, Litte, Old outsldo usslstuncc In thu jltV, Mr, Alcorn will farm. Wo SMITH. John I). Smith died ut his MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. id them to the good graces of homo on Green Klvcr, near McICinnoyi paign tpcukcrs, Mr. Wurren thinks ami Young. Latest Style Shoes !lh whom they will eoico In Wednesday, utter a long illness of that u member of tho legislature who Fred McClure, 23, und MUs Mamie Tor Utiles, Men. Girls and Hoys. The very latest will cast his vote for Blackburn for U things In Clothing. IS consumption. His remains will be laid S. Senator, eun be elected in Wuync Good, 17, were made ono atT, J. Good's y)ars' cxposlenco lu taking measures and I can fit any old shape. I will tH. Cahi:y OWHi.r.v und Wl. to bo glad to furnish you any day In the rest In tho McICInnuy cemetery He suggests that tho campaign com- on tho 27th. jear sultahlo goods nt bottom prices f Owsley, will start toTexas next today by tho Mn'on. of which order James Denny, 19, and MUs Crolla mittee send Mr. Goobel thero and to Uiu benefit of their health. ho was u member. A wife und sovcral Pulaski, satlslled that ho eun rarnto 600 Hinds, IS, were married on the 2Gth ut 'II bu accompanied by their children survive. Mr. George Hinds'. voles th thu two counties. Irs. J. W. Poor, of Hryants- LaFuyetto Hiatt, 22, and Miss Llllie Junction City Is to have a newspaUkv. Geo. O. Haknks continues to Fulue, tho sweet sixteen daughter of per and tho tirt copy will appear ubout preach each night at tho court-hous.1. P. Noktii wiis hero Gilbert Palno, were married at his it tour of tho county, Oct. il. L. C. Hull, who hus had a news to good audiences, that never weary, residence yesterday. ts everything In good shape stund thero for year nnd who Is clerk becauso ho presents tho gospel so in Friends hero are in receipt of Invi that ul some of his uptolnl at tho Trlbblu Hoiimj, will be Its editor tcrestlngly and with such evident In- tation to tho marriage of Miss Dolly .sually good crowds have at- - and thu paper will bo nun political. It spiration. Kv tho nay tho hour of Brown Williams to Mr. Hobort Etnhlo- will bu a six column folio, will bo Issued meeting is 7 1'. M , 'instead of 7:.'I0, us ton Uurnett, of Massachusetts. jT.ll.l.Aitl) tells us that hu weekly nt 75 cents per yeur und its staled In our last. Wednesday night, occur at thu homo of Dr. und It will Mrs. Leo gilt soiling out und going to nume will bo Tho Junction City Star, Uro. Barnes, In Illustrating his subject Fleming Huffman, ut Lexington, nt Virginia to live. It Is a that "even us you did It not to thu least high noon, Oct. 12, and tho happy pair M. K. LOCKIIAUT, who was advertis o.' iluco to go to, but Love ed to siicuk hero for tho Hrownles of these, my brethren, you did it not to will oo ut Homo alter Dec. 1 nt Devon nut be other places of cr so Weductduy, camo 11 Park Street, Hrooklino, Mass. and saw, but fulled me," told how his uppeul u yeur ago shire. Iluy Unecda Ilisculls. Uneeih Ginger Wnfors, Drummer Loach Iiisctiits. u Is none like Old Kentucky. rinding that It is not wull for man to tooruto, .Not a single soul camo to to Kentuckluns to coma to his aid, wus audi: Cautkii, who Is visit. llvo alone, Itov. A.S, Moffett. late pas was Ignored and that but for the timeMary Phelps at Ulchmond, hcur him nrd thero wus no attempt to ly aid ot tho rich shoo manufacturer, tor of tho Presbyterian church hero speak. Hrer Vundovucr took tho oor 1th typhoid fuver nnd her fellow under his wing und tried to com Hunan, of Philadelphia, ho mlqlit havu and now of Lebanon, was married ut lrs. P. W. Carter nnd J- him by explaining that sulllclent gone u hungered and nuked. Ho hud Murfreeosboro, Tonn., Wednesday, to tor uro at her bedside, A fort notice had not been given of his com- no lingering feeling of resentment ut Miss Clemmeo McFudden. of that eltv Beef, morning says sho Is rent- ing, but tho fact .s, un unknown quan hi treutmont, but ho wanted to let hi Tho wedding Is a great surprise to his having fulled to do friends. Harry Moffett. son of tho Beef, llku Mr. Lockhurt, couldn't draw own know how that tity groom, who was hero yesterday, says thum with u steam engine to uld him. It to lha least of these, you did It not to OCAL HAPPENINGS. Our people got enough of tho Hrownlo Him. In each of his services, Uro, that tho bildo is 23 und thut sho Used Hliccil Ham, Doviled Ham. l'ickie, Olives, Homo-Mad- o Hurncs refers to hi mission to Ken- to leuch In tho Sunday school of his Cheese, Ac, From figures Tommy rot from Mutt Adams. llt corsets for stout tucky, und yestorduy wo usked him to father' church nt Liberty, Mo , where in P. Jones. IIki'HIImcanb Attention Wo un- glvo to us in brief, ho tlrst met her. Tho family seems to . ur coal huuled while It is derstand that it is being reported In Uro. Hurncs save: That his presont bo pleased with tho Lacv.u llaughmun & Co. somo purts of tho county that Hon M. mission to Kentucky I ono ccclulty son, attending thu ceremony, C;rTry Grspe Nuts. Vouwill llkeli P. North ottered in thu lust Legislature directed to tho "perfecting of tho IKS', you uro invited to u bill "proxlng u law to provent stock saints," us Paul ox presses It; und thut ITIIUO SAI i: OK full clothing. Severance from being ullowcd to run ut large, "and while ho hope never to preach u ser quoting this paper us milhorlty for tho mon thuthus not in It enough "sinner'' Sto:k, Crop, Farm Implements gospel to su'vo uny ono who believes It, it lino ol shoes and huts In statement. It Is truo that tho did make a statement to hi main puritoso will lo to try to ts curried by Caldwell & that olTcct und uftcrwurd corrected It. 'save" saints who are in poril of losing On Thursday, Oct. 19th, 1899. .vl'lu. Call on thum. Tho bill ruferred to wus not a bill to an "ubunuunt entrance," us rotor llrgluulntf ut IMoMixk, a. u , I ill hit hloik CrupiuU lui,viiii UK, at tUn iiIjiw uuw ig men uro not patriotic. pruvcut etock from runuiug at largo writes In his 2d L'plstlo. Tills is now the mo.t uti.tu d.lto Gallerv In Central Kuntiirlcr. mivli.,. I,,,,,. lint, Ibrra nil lii. I rum MtnlVnl cm Ike ijiiill n. didn't got u recruit hero, but was a bill to prevent stock from g And the three chief features of thu pike, ivuitlij)( u( t , ccntly equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Leiwcs; tho uuw discovery In optic! M'ienco. I wish to say to tho Ladies that applicant. It Is hoed in ullowcd to run insldo of school present campaign ugalnst the Devil ure: 26 YEARLING STEERi julter at Hustouvlllu. 1st. An emlcuvor to lift tho communhouse lots. Mr North Is opposed to it I Miuitliurn Hull, law und voted ugulnst tho only ion of tho Hotly und Ulood of our Lord .. s. which I sustained by tiro stock 'J Miorltiurii IVw, In tho lust Jesus Christ, from u superstitious obMull li'l till. lUrCalie., Just received a large stock of thu very 1st upon my property, bus been bill of tho kind ottered I Hoik Mult-.as shown by the House Jour servance, Into It proper place of prac3 Yearling Mulrs. wild and I tako great pleusuro In i.MuleUilta, mil. Mr. North mudu us the best rep- tical usofuluesj, us a preventive und n tiding Mr. Muhouy's company S lliurotmlibrol MutM by Harry li'lsll.i ugalnst dUeuso ot Body and resentative wo huvo hud In yours. His Cuii.rwinuaiwl thu SlUuluf, 1 A. MeGahun, Somerset. I Cuillnl Mills lir tin Tliuv, i .. record I utmost lluwless, und hu should sin of Soul; whllo the anointing of oil of utliw l,ruu. Jlsris auU 11111... l'atterns never sold In this locality. before -- havo to bu seen to bo appreciated. SuitI Man.Unl Million, V H '.AUI.KY hus declined to w und doubtless will receive tho plaudit tho symbol of tho Holy Ghost und thu able for framing from the simplest photograph to tho most elaborate paintings. LulufNiwt, l!i; mii J Miosis, o In the cuso of i:. K, Wilson, the ot his constituency, Well done thou 3rd ordinance of our "holy religion," i Among tho lot is tho Now French l.ot of luuolhr Mud Clovir Illy, moulding specially for suitable " UJ AirMutlVa.liutktU u lbs AM. delicate pictures, Kiubroldered Mats, French Water Colors, and all pictures that re. Jim lawyer charged with tho mur- - good and faithful servant. Your faith- elllcuelous In tho euro of sickness und Lot ol PooMr. Wo Th.KM4.AU - ,1... piiroatiainty mine. N hen lu Danville, call and bee us ami get our prices. y( Mls Mary Cloyd, null unilr SIS. .a.h und hu will fulness shall bo rowurded by another disease of whatever kind, siuouul, Uokiliistmte, wltUuul Inturi.t, to U lulJ will save you money. , .1 l,lnikV 2d. Ho h0H.' to show christian that Jill. Ut, JWU. o face uDOther jury ot his peers. term in the Legislature. 121 Third Street Opposite Tost Olilcu, Danville, Ky, .E INTERIOR JOURNAL Hid lot, of outings nttJoncs'. Don't forget. thuJ. T. Itoio talo next Tuesday, Out. .'M, Wantiii). 100,000 dozen Sc J, K. VnnArsdnlo Son. WAI-TO.- 1 ' New Goods I two-hor- dovll-oppreei- rj 11 I Come and Let Us Show You U i i l 1 1 K SEVERANCE A SONS. &&Mm2)&.tm?i&ymy&3i'$wSM jicr-cal- c, I.- m m BuyGoodsCheap But Don't Buy Cheap Goods. vlo-lutl- 5-- d, Ail-wis- o :i- -t, PLAID DRESS GOODS, BLACK & COLORED CREPOTSTS, SATIN DUCHESS CLOTH MERCENIZED SATEENS FANCY AND PLAIN SILKS, 1 ut Mercerized Moreen Skirtings. rv JOHN P. JONBS. GO TO JAMES PRYE JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. ves-ift- er e Too Hot To Gook. Reception Flakes, White Satin Soda Wafers, Blue Grass Beaten Biscuits, Fresh Crackers, Roast Corn Beef, Chipped man-luge- HIGGINS & McKINNEY. In-o- w iNTEltl-OltJouitN- THEF0X ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. 1Um-1- 1 be-lu- u-- THESE LENSES FLATTER. ir) u, (' , safe-guar- d latest Designs "Fleur-De-LU- Jtfouldijpgs ll vH- . ..v o The Two Biggest of All Shows Two Complete, Unabridged Performance, Rain or Shine, nt ! THE INTERIOR JOURNAL la,bl.artid.7uaaio,ya 71 CARS FOR THE CIHCUS. KACH MAMMOTH ul 3Txld.o,v STANFORD, TUESDAY, OCT. 17. Tho BIp Show of The World. The Most Stupendous, Tremcndotis Shows of nit $1 r PER YEAR CASH When not 0Ml.tm3.OO will b charged. Earth. Is? mlUKIL TIME Cifi9 ADAM FOREPAUGH .AND., KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. No. ft Arrrlreaat fianlordat 1:03 A. u. No. 2.10 a. h. Leave jt.nford at No. 31 Arrlreaal lbiwlandat 12 CO nav, S. SO r. at. Xa.21 Lmih Stanford at SELLS BROTHERS' America's Two Greatest Shows In oneGrnnd, Imperial. Colossal Combination. J A. Bailey, Peter Sell, Lewis Sells. W. W Cole, Directors. General Offices: Madison Square Garden, New York Cit KHOXVIlTe Ho. M 0. M DIVISION. 1s. " 0.2 ' 14 Train going Norm Soulk ...... ... li 52 piu For alliFnlnta. U070U TICKKTS SOLD. Il.U'.OAOE CHECKED TUKUUOU. For any Information enquire ol J OK S. HICK, Agent, -- Stanford, Ky. fRANKFORTAWD CINCINNATI. ' " .......... ....11 ........I 2 II a m J M k U3 Mam Trains leave Frankfort at 7 a. . and 3:44 rr v., onneetlng at t'eorgetown with (J. AC. and reach-b- i Parla at 8 40 a. x, an.l 6.10 r. M. Leave l'trll SO iti:lJa. m and 4 andr.M., connecting at tleorge-sow- n reaching Frankfort at S.15 with J AC 7:10 r m L.M. and JOSEPH R. NEWTON. A. O. I. A. QUEEN & CRESCENT. i Ti f f jhlE: wryKt 10.5 No. I jctlon City aa follow: Tralna paw . 1 South No. I North.. 4 11 pm 14Sam So. t " .11M to "4 .llpm .Il-a- Noa. uSpm 1 an 1 2 do not atop. than Junction City. " " " "10 " " lS4pru ...8 00aia fur-(b- 9 and 10 Tun no Coming Direct from Its Tremendous Triumps at Madison Square Garden, New York KINGSVILLE. City, where it Gloriously Conquered the Public and the Press of the Metropolis. Kntire, Intact, Complete. Tbo same superb show will be ex Our now $1,000 school house is pro actly and precisely duplicated in every act, feature and gressing finely. It is to have a tower, at tho exhibitions here. All other shows fine bell and largo flap. Our station house has been greatly enlarged to meet tho demands of tho uo-ta- il growing business of tho town. Willie Watktns, a boy of 10 years, was accidentally shot, but not fatally, Two Circuses, . Two Menageries, Two Hippodromes, with a pistol supposed to bo unloaded. Two Horse Fairs, Two Street Parades. A Quo frost last night will doubtless Two Museums, call back homo our fashlonablo bay All united and merged 'nto one Vast, Mammoth, Magnificent, Enormous Aggregafever citizens from tho scasldo resorts. tion, The old, country tavern kept by Mrs. of Mag- Pennybackcr, tavern, I say, I do not like tho name of botol, tavern or Inn, where the traveler can And rest and Hero exaggeration first meets defeat and language cannot equal fact, ftere magni- - all the comforts of a good home, Is donitude and merit, size and greatness, quality and quantity, immensity and ing a fine business. Travelers go out interest are twin giants of such ponderous proportions that they may of their way to spend thoir Sundays not le measured by words nor gauged by the standards of here. "I'll take mlno case in mine any previous exhibitions in the show history of the world own," is hero realized to tho full. Mrs. Stella McCarty, our leading millinery artist, Is already prepared to meet the wants of all the ladles, rich and poor alike, In the way of hate, Mrs. Huklll, from Lexington, is on a visit hero to Mrs. Stella McCar ty. Mrs. Burgess, of Louisville, and Mrs. Shelton, of Rowland, have return cd homo from a visit to their mother hero, Mrs. Pierce. Mrs. Lutte Chalk, has returned homo from HaBB.ssaaJ of Loulsvlllo, To all of my customer for their liberal pata visit to her sinter, Mrs. Pennybackcr. DIbCOVEUKIl ronage and pro'npt (uiymrnU mid lion PIEST-CLS- S II V A WOMAN. Lion Carey Is visiting friends in Another irreatUltcoTrrr ha bwn made, and that tliey win couiliiuo ita I nue a Miss Ellle Hotel In tbo city making a tuo, hy a lady In llila country faatrned Verona, this State. It rlulchc. upon hrraad foraerrn"tlca! Three Herds of Prodigious Performing E'epUanls. FlrHt-Clajrartih Horse Hliocr, II. MTcirst Mr. Sam Flint, a deaf mute citizen undermined and tnu but her vital oran wrra death xen)wl liiicilucut. for 1-- 3 Klngsvllle, was shot by mlstukc, tlirreinoutlii ths Hnmbe.1 Inrnwaulljr, and could And am Iwtter prepared than ever, to do ,, work tor tnem. u , One block from the principal ahoppuig l not.lwp. bhe niiallr way to through tho fleshy part of the thigh, rr, by punhailngn'ma U.ltlocfpr King'.rroii. New for 0niuniiii.iu, and wai m much re- - J. H. CREEK, Stanford. Ky. district and two blocks from the 'three last night, which goes to show that iicitM ou laiinK principal theatres. nr.i ue, mat ane Hept all Uht every condition of life bus Its advan and wllli two buttle, hi, iurr.1 Street cars pass llietloor to all pirt.of llernaiuel.Mra. Luther l.uta ' allulflr Tbu. wrlln W The Shows, Theatres, Gymnasiums tages and its disadvantages. Wc mutt p. HaiiinlckA (.. of .Shelby. N. C Trial lltl h JScuthsrn Mutual InTCstmeni tajmj, tho City. Ever) thing neat and clean. with tho sweet, Busi Jreoal l'enny'a IlruK Sbire. lUvular aUs.Ve and f 1. Lrery buttle guaranteed. and Arenas of the world all have been de take tho bitter pleted of their star performers to com-p- ness here is certainly on tho boom. Of Lexington, Ky. "turn-oat- " SP.'CIALRATKS VIA SOUTH KRN te the programme of this circus cele Mr. Granville Baker, a young Plan: INSURANOEIREVERSED. of Mr. W. L. WcCarty, his long RAILWA. bration of the last year of earth's greatest time clerk and our present assessor, Is Trotting races, Loulsvlllo. Ono faro century. doing a line business with a gcuerul round trip, September 2.i, 20, 27, 2S, 20 5c Wa Py Whll Ycu'Llve. store and contemplates building a tine, and morning train Sept I0, limited to Oil Lint Cempasles Pay Whon You Sis. lurgo store room to accommodate bis return Oct. 2, 1S00. rapidly growing business. Loulsvlllo Industrial Exposition, Orer tlM.ono ild In lltlng Wnefltr. l)(erlVnMrveandl Surplua Street Fulr, Midway Carnival and Fes(iU)UIUL'S NUWS Champion Kqucstrians, of both Sexes. Champion Athletes, IIUtNTH WKVIIKN', I.wil AjwiTTTl Coniea from Or !. II. Carulle, or Waihlta, I. T. tival of Fire. Ono faro round trip, Oct. Champion Gymnasts, Champion Acrobats, etantoivi, Ky SMITH HUMAN. noey, He write.; "Four hottlcaof Llectrlc lllitcr haa l.'l, 18 and 21; limited two days exLislnttn, Ky. Champion Acrialists, cured Mrs. llrowtrof arrolula whkh had cativl 0. Champion Kitiilibrfst, her great aullerliM lor jreara. Terrible tonw aould clusive of date of tale, li fares round Champion Haters, Onty the best companies represented. Saltatoriallsts, Champion breaa out on her head aud fare, and the In.! doc Champion Ilicycllsts, Champion Hough Riders, Iniulrlcs sollclteit. tor could giro no help; but berrurp la eompleto trip Oct. 10, 11, 12, H, 10, 17, 1!, 20, Champiou Contortionists, excellent." Thla ahowa hal and her health Cnatupion ieawrs, It. H. MAHONY, Agt., .Stanford." tbouaanda bar pmveil that lllwlrlc Hitter la tho limited two days exclusive of date of Just think of it t Dwarfed by Compari son Fully Realizing the Wildest Dreams nitude. Trained Animals. 300 Arenic Champions. 1,000 Wild And Bkaa ordinary cars, and all these are fulrly Dentin, loaded down with tho material used In erecting tho city of whlto tents and tho Sinn ford, Ky. T. rHAirciSM, rr:pritcr., belongings of their occupants. Tho Ofltote McIUberta' t Sur la th Owalar ' llulldtaf, number of persons employed Is equally AT DEPOT. KY. grcut in projiortlon, and it Is claimed Heat that tho quality of the show Is as fine OPTIONS ON FARMS ! IWter Hotel n the uountalna, rate conal.Iered meet all train, .erlal atlealljn to lla. as its size Is grent. Tbo two exhibitions ling men. WANTED. to bo given here will bo tho afternoon JOIIK II. CaTI.CMtN, AhTIICHU, LAIKlllAk) nnd evening of Oct. 17th. Great efforts I would like to take option on (rood farms IlllECKIMIIlHlE 04!TLHH. and partlcu are to bo made by tho railroads to get In Lincoln Couuty. For term NIMJUAP. . excursionists Into town on that day, arauart 13 Krlger, Ky and the merchants of tho city ought to prepare for their coming by notifying them what thoy bavo for sale in tbo fiolddaat horae eomldned with th tuiat rpu. columns of this newspaper, thus maklar atralna of harnrM and aad II bone ma tint the ing tbo day ono of not only plcasuro combined roadater. Jeiey rattle all mclaiered aud beaded by th Inbred I'rdmliull, No. i'M, t but z great day for business. lie l'rdrulu; and daw Infanta IVlro Ma'orau aVI wcr twoof Mr Uuper'a wlnolos awetak nerd al th nor i.i a rair anorinoma are youna Danville. Harrison Hogue, of tho Mary', topped with WIMrea. IVriaa, lUrron and Ol Liverpool. Alum SprlogB neighborhood, died Mon- Oafurd, Niutbdown aheep, Inland China and llurklb boo Indlrldually day night, aged 80. He was ono of the ahlranecaaoi Kentucky nice,and bred frontCum reasonable. ai Largest I'lro Iniurancei Comp-inIn the most widely known residents of tho and c or wrtlo lor whatF you want UKIIi. SUnlonl. Kr. uuriu. countynnd leftsoven grown children, 40 W guarante reryllMu aa reprewntcl ly Mr, Urld. W. V. WALTMN, I'dltor, grandchildren and 20 Barbae & dren. The law department of Centre M antigen iioutbern Department. College opened with flattering pros pects. Nino new men were enrolled General Ofllcer, Columbia Ilulldlng, A. BE AZLEY, Pror., W. and six second-yemen were present. Ky . (3) Friends of Mr. A. Logan Denny will OBAB OBOHARD,:KENTUOKY. bo glad to learn tbat he has secured a Splendid Accommodation. THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL good position with tho Chicago Street Clou to Depot and Sulphur Well, 42 lUtva Ucaaonable, Finn Water. Railway Company. Tho engagement a Ky., of 'Miss Alyco Baughman, of Danville, Tbo mot centrally located and only and Mr. Louis Nowman Blrk, of T2A1TKTT7X. Is announced. Advocntc. & TO LOUISVIM'KA ItCTUUN Merchant Tnllom. It? Wot Till Strrrt, ItCTUUN TO l.KXINGTOX Cincinnati, ()., Of all tho forms of diversion in warm Will itUplay Hamplwt at tlin M. Atanlt Hotel VIA In .lanfiinl on the S.MIi nt Kiicli Month. weather there Is no one In which thero SOUTIU'.KS KAILWAY IN KKN .. All cnrnieiita flttr-i-l on. is so much freedom as nt the circus. It work. A TUCK V, SUNDAY, O JT. i Til inhllt lian lti!Mllillltr with llilnirtliiHliif Is all life, energy, freedom nnd fun of . , , , ., fin nut. i'hiiiiiii iitir-f.1 i ill "'"., " I rain on niirKiii iirniicii, mm imic. win .saiu)I" rail and Wlnlir, tho most Innocont sort. This year our 51 peoplo ore fortunate In having for their Ivo helil for roiiiieciion of t'ftin leaving circus caterers the gicat consolidated Louisville nt 7: 12J1 . Wit, II Taylor, A. O. I'. A Adam Forcpaugb und Soils Brothers' Louisville, Ky. shows, This I known to bo now the flustonvlllo, Kentucky Very biggest thing of the kind Hint line over been organized In tho circus OlVrt hliarrrlcra la lh. vol nfWrtt LlrcoU W-AJSTTIEworld. It began this seuson nt the and IWreuuntlr Full iWck ol Command Caak. ttaalaaraoa hand Madison Squaro Garden, Now York And willing to pay top price In cash for U. B, CarpenUr. Mioajrr, I Pucka, city, and It captured tho mctroxiln Chicken, Kf(r, Feather.Knot, ll- - tlecw, Wa. Olnenif. Yellow completely. It Is Interesting to know Turkey. all kind, t'oiiwr. Iron and Illdcaof that tho shows will both bo brought llonr. Also will In) In the market for wool, ine and get my price lmfore wlllnjc. and hero and exhibited together In cxnetly get iot cah. Call at my headquarter. tho same manner that they woro seen at J. fllntburg. lticket ftare It. ItOlllNHON In New York, oven down to tho minut est detail with only two exceptions These were, tlrst, thoy had to give tbclr exhibitions there In tho compar- I a candidate for Jailer, aubject to the a- tlunofthn deuiocratlc patty lie aollcll atively narrow confines of a budding your uixirt. ns largo as tho that Is not one-hamammoth canvas pavilion used by the FOR Tho shows while traveling upon tbo road Contain 104 acre and I In n aplendld Plain nnd Paahlonable Hewing. Cutting nnd and which will bo used here; second, lllack Water Work St. tho prices of udmlsslon nero will only atnto of cnltlratlou. On tboIS frompike, 5S Fitting a Specialty mile from lluttonyllln nnd be an nverago of just about ono half of Una on It a dwelltni; of Urn ritim nnd Rixxl tenant houe, UMe neoetanrr tho prices charged In Now York. outbuilding. Hplendld orcbnnl, pixnt will W. S. D. D. S Soino Idea of tho enormous slzo of tho nnd twoaprjoir. Termeav. aLnucjiNtcr, W II. WUIOIIT. consolidation is to bo had from the IIuilonTllIo. Kj. number of cars necewary for its Teeth Extracted Without Pain I It requires no less than 71 A. S. With Vltallird Air. I'hj.lclan In attendspeclnlly constructed cars, each with a ance. earning capacity equal to that of two Snrgeoii Ofllce In the New Thompson Ilulldlng. J V1 ""Mii--.tsict-IW- VKIHCLI' HAS A CAl'A- t'lTV KQUAL.TO TWO OIIUINAUY CAH3. I.nt Sunday Excursion of the Season. J. MULCHHY. Ppocl&t ri'prrnUtlre of 11.25 HOUND TIN P Gfiuncrc, Huascm co, J. T. SUTTON, Undertdlcor, ro fi Ilr. ?. A. JONES, DliNTIhT, mi ford DINK FAKMI'U K. ll FARM SALE. aiIiN EVELYN TARDIF, Seamstress. More-Un- BEAZLEY, Ky. trans-portatlo- n. PRICE, FRITH HOTEL. In-u- FOR SALE. rl ROYAL nsrSURANCB COMPANY - great-grandc- hil Castleman, BEHZLEY HOTEL, LouU-larlll- e. ar I AM ns Woodward's Seal and Sea Orchestra. with-Huo- 3 Rings, 2 Stages, Mile Track. t$2. RATE. ln ie FIRE, LIFE Two Many Champions To Be Named. A.ooiiDEasra? INSURANCE. Ami Champions in every Held of Skill and Strength and a Veritable Congress of Champion Cachinatory Clowns. Sou the Comic Sousa Hand I Uat bluod purlner knoau. It'atho auptrme rinio-d- y salo. forecaeuia, tetter, salt rheum, ulcera.liulla and win. It stimulate lltel, kidneys and running sure bullda up senger UiMcla, ezcU pdaoua, hell digestion the atreugth. Only M cents' bold by Penny, iiruggiai u. luyioc, " itsst. general pas Mason Hotel MRS. U. D.rJIMI'SON, I'ror.. : first-clas- s. ugcut, Louisville, Ky. ItOWalHI-S- IjiucnHtcr, Kentucky. I . r r Newly f urnlslicd; clean beds; splondad TIIK Ue oiler One Ilundrwl Iiollar lteward for any tablo. Everythliig Porters COLORKD RKCRUITS WANTKD law of Catarrh that cannot I rurud by Halle ( . meet all trains. SO 'iu'? nni'Tmpom Tho recruiting olllcer at Lexington, larrh Curer F.J.Clli:NKVACO.. Toledo, O. lil. . ICy., has Just reeoivvd Instructions to for e, the undrnuued, hare known F J. Cheney the nial IS reara, ard before him ivrlHlly rn.NRTUATK-colored men houorabla h all builueaa trauaaitlona and tluancl. enlist sound, ally for cavalry service in tho Phlllpplno rlriii able tocarry out any ubllgalloua made hy their You STATES Islands. These men ure wanted utonco Wmt A TufAX, Wholesale DrugglaUt, Toledo, O. Fred' take your Wheat und Corn to Morris EIGHT GREAT Kxcbutigo In Win. H'tuchurly' shop MIMI. Kl.WAN k ilAUHV. 11 lll.l,..li. Ilril. and should apply immediately to tbo gUta. luleilo O. In Htauford and fol In exchange Flour mid Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia Hall' taken Internally, North and South. Curolina, Vou can uKo buy recruiting olllce ut Lnxlngton, Ky. illnnly Catarrh Cure laand luucuiu anr laces ailing Mi'itl. Ilr.m. Cblckeo Feed.Flour, Mi;al. flilp-tuluimu the blood of lbs Alabuma, Mlaslsslppl, Ac, rlieuier at 18 und 21 years of ago atalem Intliuunlalaseiit fiee 1'llco 75c kt Ut- my place than uny where In town. A talul Boys between ile. Sild by all Urugglala. I nil tmk. I bollevu my exchange will be must huvu written consent of parents Hall'a Family I'illaarethe belt. a good thing for farmer and I pledge llbcr-- it or guardian, witnessed by u third perMy goods transaction nnd full welebt CUBA I' RATES come from Dudderur's IMx Hlvir Itollvr Hetweeu Louisville uni" thu Boutli. son. MOUUIH l"ltKI.r. Mill and ure To Washington, via C. &JO. account As luual'y treated n sprain will disable Telephone No. CS. the Injured person for three or four tvruks, Dewey celebration. Thu Chcsupeako DAILY but If Chamberlain's! I'aln Dulin is freely & Ohio Railway will sell round-tri- p Raco way between Loultvllle and Lexington applied a complete cute may be riTectud ticket to Wusblngton on Sep, UO, and A. - tvm.i . in a very few days I'aui Halm also cures Oct. 1. nt $10 10, limited to Oct. "V. A. TUHK, O. I'. A.. Cth. T VV'.S.S J"B V- - -. rheumatism, cuts, bruises and hums For Tho Chesapeake & Ohio Hallway Wnsblnglou, D. O, ! Is tho sale by Craig is, Hoclier' h --.iktiW-, W. II. TAV LOR. A. O. p. A. 'i only line from Lexington with through l: m mm m vT-al. ml. villi. f Mrs. Alia Davidson, of Graves coun- sleepers and dlulug cars to Nuw York -- 5. 5-- 12. ? -- r .. V " - - "aud Washington without change. For KJ V C 'SSrrTT.s Slll'lr. Dirn iiirrruiii ty, tho wlfo of Merchant Davidson, at sleeping car -- . reservations apply to Geo. ". Alton's Point, gave birth to triplut W. Barney, Dlv. Puss. Agt., Lexlng-ton ft Ky. girls Monday morning. This birth One Fair For The Round Trip Kar surpassing in grandeur any previous pageantry, street spectacles or public pro made the second tut of triplols born to iiefoou:dtiii cessions bewildering In brilliancy, gorgeous in slitter ami Irri- Via Tho All doctors told Ktultk Hamilton, ot Weal Jenei. this woman within tho past throoyeurs, Urscunt iu Its scintillations. the first birth being couipojod of two u,0, slier sulf.rlug IS luoulba frow Iteital aa bo would die uules a coatly ovraiIou tlr or Shim., Uiulur Absolutu-l- y boys und ono girl, ail of whom arc liv. icerCurmedj but lis cured hlmaelf with Ills bote of Two PciTonmuiceB Uaily, Huckleo'a Arnica tulre. tbo mint mr.,,. earth, and I bo lw.1 salvo la the world. iUitnlaa Wjiterprool" Tentrt. "' Stanfoku, Ky., uoa, oy renny, iinarauicii. Soutnern Railway GRAND FREE STREET PARADE able-bodi- Just Like a Mill. Through Sioeping Cars TRAINS $J Wwi Wt BSSSSS'jm' w ('I Ur.t-clii'- Std -- CHICAGO THREE ' Jl!" v 'a.-vJ- v "iJW -- j FALL FESTIVHL ."a ' v f--fi $lfi! iBKia n, H. C. RUPLEY, 1 luin U; Afterooou at 2; Kvenlug ut 10,000 Seats. Nights an Light as l)nj, Doors Open One Hour Karllcr, Piy aud Night Shows Alike, ltemember, One Ticket Admits To All The Combined Show's. Adinlbs'os, 60c; Children Under Nlue Years, 23c. Stomach 1. envied be all poor dainllea who Allsutu thouldkuow aud Llrerar oulofonL-r- . that Vr. King' New Life 1111a, lbs wonderful bloiuacu and IJler Ittiuedy, give a splendid appe Actually Reierved, Numbered Coupon Boata Will bs Sold on (he at the Down Tuwu Otlicc. Day of Inhibition Half rales to IuUlanupolls and re Is Rccclvluu hia Spring & turn via thu C. II. & D. Hy.. on Oct. It's going to be A Hotter Time than the Hummer Goods. :Jd and 2ltb, limited to tho 20th for re- - World's Fair Grand Military ami Civic tite, sound digestion auua regular uouuy u.ou that Insures wrfw t health and great energy. Only turn, on account of tbq meeting of tho Parades: Kiro Works, Maunificent Elec 11 eeuta at 1'euny'a Drug biore. Goods Warranted. Carriugo Builders' National Associa- trical Illumination, Ilicycle Races, etc. a Ask tor a program. Enlistments under tho last call for tion. Call on your nearest C, II, & I). Fit Guaranteed. E. II, JUcoti, Dist. Pass. Agt.. agent for full particulars. volunteer now number 11,007 Louisville, Ky. Give Him a Call m Till" AITLTITKOFAUOAT - noid DruggUl. iussr Mja-JfK- a IB The Merchant Tailor, -- . ' a.