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McHoberts, of Klrkland, Ind Kil Mooro. a Domilar young man of last letter. I spoke of our admirable her bud with typhoid fever. Is hero with relatives, Columbln, I (lend c( typhoid fever. hostelry kept by Mr II. O. Penny There It no one inning tiny sleep over The court of claims allowed a number Kd Winkler died In Madison county backer us ' u veritable old, country tho prospect of a railroad of claims Tuesday, and adjourned to by William of knlfo wound Inlllctcd tavern." My bud punctuation, doubtIUv. Kd wards, of l'arksvlllo, will next Tuesday to Unltli tho work. Whlto. less, occasioned tho mlmako. What I hold a protracted meeting ut the llap-tls- t judge u. it. i 'rati ana w. u. Day, Hussolt, a bad man of Cusey Coon Intended to say was that her house was church ul (trove, beginning on tho two candidates on thu republican ticket, county, wm shot nnd mortally wound-c- d a veritable ' tavern, tho night of the Olh. will speak here at I 1. M. Oct 20. by Doputy Sheriff Cox. highest compliment, In my opinion It Is reported that .lames Meadows, it Tho city board of council agreed on appointed Jolui K Got. Hradley has could bo paid a vitiligo tin. I Unci young attorney of Jnmctown, has con- that night to furnish four moro j Monday Stoymes, of Lancaster, as a member of It nn exact reproduction of' Kngllah sunted to muke the race, for tho Lcgis ' electric lights two In Duncantown board of pharmacy. tho Stato Irish and Scotch village Inns, which I luttiro on thu democratic ticket, H. II. nnd two In tho linker annex. , W. I) Kngloroan, of Indian Tcrrlto-ry- hnvo vNltcd (In books) In "ye olden Wade, of Mt. Salem, who has known Caldwell A: Lanier, Danville, keep And yet ho Is not sntUDcd. Ho .iy ho will never bo contented until lie gets a clinncc-a- t has bought un Interest In tho storo time" Tho expression I'll take air. our line array of brother, Matt Knglemnn, at mine eao In initio Ion." not mine Is .ucnuows irotn cnuunooo, ays e' the largest lino of ebocs, hats, gents' of hi ii very popular young man and that furn,hDWf ,ruDkj ftnd TBlbc, ln Ccn. Shelby City. own," as It appeared In my letter, is uu is wen mien lur inu position, auu q .i ,i save A M. Parsons has contracted with to be found, If I mistake not, In Shakes- democratic committee should not delay monoy. o to build a hatidromo Judge Alcorn penre, a writer of some uoto in his day. to place him on the ticket. Prof. H. F, Kvans received n letter at tho Kendrlck quarry, balf-mllThi) mother of Mr. W. L. and James P. II. Taylor, rcpuhllcau candidate from L. D. Lewis, no attorney ut of town. Somcrsot l'nragon. McCarty, with her granddaughters uro for tho Legislature, made a speech to n in which ho says, "Tho Leslie Tho Laurel county grnnd Jury has visiting in this place. Mrs. Trnvorso, small crowd of republicans ut Grovo democrats aro all for Goebel There ngalnil Campreturned nn Indictment of Chattanooga, Is hero visiting friends. Saturday night. He i said to have uro no bolters In tiny of these counties.'.' bell Williams for tho munlor of Char- The heads of all our mercantile houses I lie rally lUycd the Goebel election law. The caes against the colored parties and hi enso wns set for hear-In- g aro visiting tho cities ley Jones laying in their What Patrick Henry don't know would of liquor were Oct. 12. fall stocks. Mr. W. L. McCarty has likely till several volumes, and wo im- lor tho unlawful sale continued to Friday. Ono of tho wit. Dr. Kelly, who had been attending tuken with him lie latest graduate of agine Don't buy until you fee us. Goebel stututo that Is nesses for tho town Is named Church that the smallpox patlonts In Ilusscli county, his "mercantile college," Mr. Stephen dritlng so many rapublkMnt mad just Hon. H. II Tomllnion bus been em nod died wan stricken with tho disease Itoynolds, to Introduce him to tho city now, was wiped out of existence. Ho last Saturday. Several othors are In a mcrchnuts. Mr. Reynolds goes Into attacked thu Cblnn School Hook bill, ployed by several of tho defendants, who have been Churched. critical condition. business very soon on his own account but fulled to mention the "school chart un irlclny nlglit, John l.eavell, a John Hunn and Ccorgo Slmpion and Is lxiund to prove a success. swindle." Mr. Tuj lor will have to do young man, was struck In the bead with havo liought tho building at Shelby Mr. Kd McCarty, lately returned some hustling, If he warms n scat in 8c a hard sutistuncc, thrown by nn un City occupied by A. A. Surber it Co., from Texas, whore ho gallantly fought tho next Legislature. T. S. U. known party. The skull was fractured and will soil goods In It. Tho latter under tho stars and stripes, and who Is Wo failed as usual in tho examina and.Drs. Klnnatrd and Acton perform Arm will build a store-housnow engaged In buslmes with his fathed tho operutlon known as trcphlnlug, Mcwes Wray, n Garrard county stock er, finds occasional relief from his ar- tion ut Hustonvllle. We uro so use to slr.co which ho Is getting along nicely, failing thnt It seems our duty to full at man, was murderously assaulted by un duous labors In shooting tho (clay) n Col. and Mrs. J. W. Miller will go to u known men near ltlchmoml, wiioio ot and its chasing the ciinnkg fox. leustonce month. but bo Farmers ure busy breaking wheat Loutsvlllo next week. MUs Bertie ject was undoubtedly robbery, Sometimes he will speed his trotter on had deposited bis money In batik a our boulevard. Speaking of the fox land, us practically little wheat land Hilton has accepted a position in It II sown on account ol tbo ex- - Hatson's dry goods store. F. D. Flssec-gc- r, and they cot nothing short time before hunts, how often ntn I reminded by the lias been of Atlanta, was hero and leased cesslvodry weather. Sorghum making for tholr trouble. chcorlng sound of tho horn nnd tho tbo new hotel. Ho Is an experienced Sura Harllott, a Somerset coal deal yolps of the blooded fox hounds In tho Is nbouiover with. Hid J. Q Montgomery preached at landlord and busldcss will bo properly er. Is In LouUvlllo searching for hi midnight hours, of tho "deer chaso" In daughter, Mis Ida, who Is mysterious tho "Lady of tho Lake." I cannot re the Christian chuich Sunday and Sun- conducted. Messrs. G. B. Swlnobroad, J. E. Robly misting. Sho wont to the city 10 sist the temptation to initko a short day night. Kov. Purdnm preached ut the M. 1'. church Sunday night to u inson, J. M Furra and Louis Luudram work In a mllllnory and wroto her par- quotation apt to tho case In hand: have accepted a proposition to have good sized audience. ent thnt sho had secured a job In ono "Alone, but with unbated zeal at 61 West Jefferson, which proves on That horseman plied thu scourgo and The Casey county teachers' institute Hev. Sam Jones lecturo hero on tbo wllleouiene at Liberty Monday and 13th. Tho first two accepted tho prop Investigation to bo a lawyer's olllce, steel; thotchool ktUs ot Cusey will enjoy u osltlon and, later, the last two did likemaking It a suspicious feature of the For jaded now nnd spent with toll, & hmtxrascd with foam and dark with well earned rest of oan week. Thcro wise, not knowing of the other accept matter. soil, ance, bo it is expected that some ol 7U white schools ln the coun for the killing arc ubout James Howard's case. While every gasp with sobs ho drew, them will have the great lecturer here, of llakcr was continued nt Ixindon till Tho laboring suig strained full In view." ty. Many Casey ltcs will hctjr Mr. Bryan and he will be sure to draw a largo the February term. Guards wore Mrs. James ICoblosnn, ono of our so doors all day ciuty ladles, together 'wlthherchlldrcn, should he speak at Danville the 17lh. crowd. at tho court-rooMrs. Mary Klkln Is very sick and her to nrovent armed tiorsons f rotu coming Is now visiting relatives In Tennessee G. S. Durham, Q. H, Joscs and sovoral in. This ruling was made by Circuit Mrs. Pcnnybacker will vllt her sister, others will bear him at Louisville. son, Dr. W. S. Elkln, of Atlanta, has Win. Warren, who has been Hying In been called to her bedside. A number Judiro Kvcrsolo at tho request of tho Mrs. Chalk, In Louisville tomorrow. of ladles and gentlemen met with MUs Howard?, who believed the Uakor facGallery in Central Kentucky, having been reThis is now the moit I was severely rebuked thu other Uooslcr for the past 18 years, has mov May Hughes on Tuesday night and cently equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Lenses; the new discovery in opticsl tion were armed In court and looking day by one of our charjicrs for tho ed back to Cusey. Keenoy .v Tuylor seem to have cor organized a literary club under the science I wish to say to the Ladies that for trouble trlvlhloffonso of expectorating tobacco Goy. Hradley refused to oxteod juice on tho Immaeulato fender of hor nered tho produce business In this neck namoof "ThoArlsto." Invitations havo clemency In tho case of James II. Gar- sitting-roograte and I told her to despite uoigtiDorlng competition. G. been received hero to thu marriage of Just received a large stock of the very rard, who It charged there with carry- her teeth, think of that will you! that S. Durham Is Invoicing his stock of James W. Henry, formerly of this city, ing concealed deadly wcaons. Garrard although I know the was sweet and goods. Mrs. McD. Koyalty .Is visiting to Miss Hclcno Sbuler, at El Dorado, It a son of Gen. Theodore T. Garrard, beautiful and accomplished Ac, I would relatives in Lexington. Lieut K. M Arkansas. x) G. M. Patterson, our poll to depot and was fowod to leave Clay county a not say so In my next letter. She ac- Shearer got Ave men at Hustonvllle, year ago because of the feudal troubles tually feigned delight at tho announce- two of whom we know were Casoyltcs agent, tells mo that tho ticket sales now Patterns never sold In this locality hoforo have to bo seen to bo appreciated. Suitamount to about f 050 per month, al- able for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings. thcro. Tho chargo was trumped up In ment and thanked me In her blandest and GoebelileJ. moulding. specially for suitable The Catoy democracy Is In finer trim though tho monthly eales somo tlmo Among tho lot is tho Now French order to bring him back for trial, hop- tones. O, woman, woman I O. M. C. now than It has teen in years. Tho ngo, only amounted to $20. Six cars delicate pictures, Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors, and all pictures that ing ho will bo killed. a dainty frame. When in Danville, call and seo us and get our prices. We PHOGUAM OF TKACIIKUS' ASSO- disaffection is so lnsignltlccnt thul it of cattlo and hogs wero shipped Tues will save jou money. UTRIMWIM. MATTERS. 124 Third Street Opposite Tost Office, Danville, Ky. doesn't deservo notice. Thcro is day, and everything Indicates an InCIATION, known to bo ono man in tho county, crease In tho volume of business. Mrs. Hoborts, of Grant county, Hayden To be held nt Hustonvlllo, Saturday, who hut heretofore ulllllated with tho G. M. Patterson has gone to Boston, Ind., has Just secured his third dlvorcu Oct. 21st: democracy, who says ho can't support Mass., to visit hor brotherj who Is an Soug, Choir. from tho samo wlfo. Mr. Goobcl but he says he will support eminent minister. Invocation, Mr. Pinkorton. II. W. Howe and Mils Llwlo Hodges, It Is claimed hero that tho Drown tbo balanco of thu ticket from Deck-hu- m ln a Welcome Address, Mr. Davis. each &0 years old, wore married For nlco now to Nail. Thoao who wavered ln ticket and tho LouUvlllo Post will InHcsponso, M. K. Pruitt. butrcv In Weil Liberty. 'DO are now tbo most enthusiastic sup- crease Goebol's plurality over Taylor M, married Miss Klma W. H. Vaun, Solo, Miss Mary Adams. Dry Goods and Xotions, the Things in porters of tho ticket. The decoy tick- far beyond what It would have been, If T.nhirook. 18. tho dav nfter sho was Proper Course of Study In Primary Neckties, Collars,CuiIs, Shirtsand Underet of '00 received :I0 votes ln Cusey and thcro had been no bolter's ticket, tbo Department, Mrs. Humphrey, Misses many democrats voted for McKlnloy. reason being that strulght democrats divorced nt Kvansvillo, Ind. wear of all Kinds, for Big, Litte, Old Frank Walker and his brlilo were Florcnco Hlbb, Salllo Curtor and Mln No man who claims one bit of demo aro disgusted with tbo courso of tho raurdorcd at Montgomery, Mo., by a nlo Kubanks. and Young. Stylo Shoes cratic blood can bolt tho ticket this Post and tho protonded opposition to disappointed lover who, after tho deed, Heading, Miss Mary Carpenter. your und we predict an old tlmo ma- fraud, us urged by tho Brown followers, For Ladles, Men, Girls and Hoys. Tho very latest things In Clothing. IS committed sulcldo. NOO.v. jority for the ticket of tbo pooplo, and thoy arn. more enthusiastic than y):ire' expvslenco In taking measures and I can lit any old shape. I will Frank Walker and bride were killed Song, Choir. headed by that matchless leader Wil-Hu- they would havo been If tho race bad bo glad to furnish you liny day In tho year aultablo goods ut bottom (trices Mo . by Charles none Monteomerv. Thu Relation of Psychology to Teach been between Goebel and Taylor. C. C. Goobol, of Kenton. lover. Han Ing, Mrs. Davis, Miss Kate Hluln, T. J. Ilanklu, u dlsapuolntod Capt. Mlko Salter says that thoeo kin then committed suicide. IUylwrn and Prof. Colyor. Jutucs Cu- who attended the Louisville conven JUNCTION Crrv.-rM- r. At Owensboro Judge Owon decided Heading, Miss Kslbcr Ilurch lvert hits gone to New Mexico 'for tho tion, nnd remained until tbo adjourn that tho Kentucky Married Woman's School Management, Association. bcncilt of his health. The Maccabco Incut, havo no right to cry fraud now, Act abrogates tho common law uulty Song. Hall Is ulmojt completed on Hill street. oven If fraud was committed, for tbo existing prior to 1S0I, nnd allows bus J. J. Durham, V. P. Corn U good in this section nnd far- reason that thoy tacitly consented that band and wlfo to sue each other. ANNA II ItKin, Heo'y. mers are busy cutting. Miss Salllo tho entire proceeding Juus admissible, Caldwoll .V Lanier have tho largest by not withdrawing from tho body. To Tho tlrst of tho International yacht Calvott has moved her millinery store of shoes, hats, gent's furnishing stock man who plays ut cards, curried In ruces between tho Amcricun boat Co- to Loxiugtou. Mr. Geo. II. Hockcr's illustrate, thu goods, trunks and valises llttlo son got painfully hurt by Jump und continues to put up hU monoy, after this country, that thoy soil at rock bot- lumbia and tho Kngllsh yacht Shamho sees that a man in tho game bus too rock was sailed off Sandy Hook Tuea-du- y ing oil a wagon. Wo havo unother muny curds, has no right to cry fraud tom prleps. Courier-Journ- al announces tho a vast crowd. Before the lumber yard added to our town. It Is before The Mrs. V. after his money is lost. Ho should havo tin I h lino was crossed tho wlud lulled conducted by Mr. Christian. ongagomcut of MUs Chtutlno withdrawn from the game. Tho samo Mr. Ernest W. Sprugue, u and tho vuchts wore not ublo to llntsh T. Klchardson spent spent soveral days to is truo of those who kick after being In Mies within tho time limit. During tho G in Ilellviuw visiting Mrs. J. H. young lawyer of prominence. tho convention, even if they had seen filMi MncGregor laono of tho bust known hour of racing the Shamrock proved an extra card up Mr. Goobol's slcovo " Ring out the oil Ring in th new young women In Louisville, both In hcrsolf a formidable contender for the presentation to Admiral Dowoy They fulled to shuttle and cut tho cards Tho Klngln tnetrus" Rlngouttfcafelss social nnd musical circles. Sho has u American cup, which has remained of tho sword voted to him by Congress nnd lost tho game If they wero going We brlnR to you the new and true from th sweet soprano voice and Is a charming hero for utmost half a century. lu ln commemoration of his victory nt to kick ubout what they would havo In Montgomery, W. Va., Hobcrt piney forests of Norway musician, us wull as a most accomplish took place TucsJay at tho Nation- done, If they could, they lost all their Sho has Woods, u married man, shot and killed od gtrl In other respects. al Capitol. Tho presentation speech rights by remaining In tho game. It Is frequently visited Mrs. W. It. Cook In his mistress, Sue Wharton, alius Jess was made by Secretary Long, and ut childish and foolish to raUo a howl sho is a general fa- Murdoclc. Woods then turned his pisLancaster, where his conclusion tbo jeweled sword was now. Pin-Tar-Konvorite. The marrlago occurs Nov. 21. tol on himself. Ho will die. The wom- handed to tho udmlrulby tho president. ey an was a natlvo of Hlchmond, Va. Ow On the 10th of December, 181)7, Itov S. In the parudo to und from the capltol Collego, ColumLlmeitono Female Ing to hor bud conduct sovcral years Dowoy and Schley wero accorded A. Douahoe, pastor M. K Church, South, Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by bia, S. C, will establish u department ago, her husband, Aston G. Wharton, both l'lcasmt, W. Va. contracted a severe sd:nce to a Pleasant, Permanent, Poaltlro "Southern girls may drowned himself In tho rlvor at the most cnthuslastle ovatlou. In tho Ft. which was attended from tho begin of history whore evening tho president's, dinner ut tho cold Cure for cough j, colds and all Inflamed turf aces read with rovercoco the record of their Charleston. "AN by violent ol tho Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. While House to tbo admiral was the ningresorting tocoughing. He says:called splendid achievements." A of bo a number fathers' At Owlogsvlllo, Dr. J. W. Smith, of ter Lungs are exhBt-rateTho sore, weary cough-worhistory will bo erected Marshall, 111., was acquitted, after a most elaborate uffulr of tho kind In tho 'specifics,' usually kept iu the house, to beautiful hall of mucus Is cut out j th j the microbe-bearinhistory of tho mansion. bo call-c- d I purchased a lioltleof Cbam. no purpose, ,.,., nt ( rrmnvnlniut the Inflamed for this department, which will threo days' trial, of the murder of bcrlslu's Cough Keuiedy, which acted like tho Winnie. Davla School of History. Henry Craig In Duth county, 22 years Why expeilmeut nuyourself with rem- a charm. I most cheerfully recommend & membranes aro hcal:d and soothed so that then 13 iiu uiuiuauvii vj vuufei.. ago. After ho killed Craig ho wont to edies of doubtful utility when you can It to the public." For sale by Craig & UK FWILviuTUUHUUOEOStf. ol COLD BY ALLQOOO DRUQQISTS 'U-- Illinois and married. Ills wife finally got Chamberlatd's Cough Itoiuedy, which I locker,. Druggists.S M A doctor. U.U lUuUk llimUtou. un 0..IUrsudrluf ISuiootUt from I'muI Dottles Only. 2Go., GOo. and $1.00 SlaM got jealous of him und ho, havlug told has Hood tho text of time? Twenty. Dvu A; Soils Bros, circus Adam Forepuugh Iwiwuf .Sifcruied: bit hs curtd liluis.ll witb ln confidence of tho killing, sho ycirs' sale and use have proven that rem BE SURE YOU GET ut Lexington, Oct. 11. Ono faro for tur.l 111 S5turs uu her to Kentucky and lKcklwV AruUs lAMeSVEA)U4l . iJV. Wit rents nnd cerUlu cure for put tho otllcors edy to bo a prompt Ojr camo KV indlU.l.l Mlttls lbs olid. round-tri- p at all stations from Pirn-T- ar tbo Her. Itrlnaaukksnitixrimkuratn-IVtux. bold by l'tuny, Driiabt. on his truck. colJs. It Villi euro a cold in a day if togclpUimUMCOUfbisiVlmUU. Ittuilt to Junction City via tbo U. A. UetuiU. wJk lusn SBosc-U- n. A Moxlcaa killed 1'dward K. O'Con- taken n soon as tho cold has been con- Queon fc Crescent route. Tickets sold John Harris, of Urowuvlllo, ibot his to return Oct. 12th, Ask fatally becauso tho luttor refused to nor, formerly of Purls, Ky., at EI Pa&o, tracted aud before it has Milled In the Oct. Uth, good particulars. DRUG son your agent for Texas, und a lynching Is In prospect. system. Sold by Craig d 1 locker. buy whisky for Lira. If our goods give not, tell us. satisfation, tell others; if ( The Earth Belongs To DEWEY ! i ,, .-- col-tag- OVERCOATS, c Hy-de- n, FALL SUITS, UNDERWEAR, NOBBY TIES. THB GLOBB Co J. L. Frohman 'Phone 136, Danville. e. pig-oo- SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES. CRAIG HOOKER. su-tlon- THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. m THESE LENSES FLATTER. katest Designs "KJciir-De-I.is- JVJouldigs. GO TO JAMES PRYE Newest Latest m JAMES PRYE, Hustonville. Mao-Greg- or Ma-ni- DR. BELL'S n d g m 1 itb ll.lb n. fit llns-lsr- t ft. Dili's ri FOR SALE AT PENNY'S ' STORE . i p - hostllltloi aro said to havo tho Transvaal, from JOURNAL commonccd Inof war havo been coming THE INTERIOR which rumor for somo time. Tho Ilrltlsh demanded government ats-- . 6, 1899 that tho Transvaal Oct. Stanfoko. Ky., knnvrlp(lio their suzcralnlty, which It declined to do, nnd preparations for war woro commonccd. 'i cstonlay W. P. WALTON. dispatches said that tho Ilrltlsh troops had crossed tho bonier and that fightDEMOCRATIC TICKET. ing had begun. An immediate 3,000,-00- 0 has been mado of and Parliament will bo asked to Tor (lortrnor, WILLIAM nOKIIKI-Fvoto 8,000,000 moro. Oon. Sir George IJntlentnt Oorernor. S. Whlto will command tho British J. 0. W. I1ECK1IA5I. forces In Xatal. Tho Hocr enmp on For Attorney He nersl, tho Natal border Is growing dally and II..I. HltKCKIXKIllUK. For Auditor, Gen. Joubert Is momentarily expected (IfSH COULTER. to assuruo command. The war promFor Trurr, ises to bo long and bloody. ThoTraus-vaa- l S. W.HAOEK. Is a very rich country In diamonds For Secretary otStste, C. llltKCK HILL and gold and Is situated In tho southFor Superintendent of Public Instruction, ern part of Africa. Oora I'aul Is tho HAKIIY MCCllKSSEY. head of the government and his subFor Commissioner 6f Agriculture, jects aro principally Dutch, who aro IOX II. .NAM For lUllroaJ Commissioner, called Doers, and who havo shown C. ft MrCllOlU). their capacity to resist oppression. ACTUAL - appro-proprhttl- or For nepiwenUtlre, jr. f. xonni. lltv six: tao-e- s It It is just ono month tomorrow till tho election. The campaign has been a most bitter one, mado bo by men who formerly alllllated with tho democratic party, to which thoy owo everything that they have or are. They havo done everything they could to discredit the ticket nomlratcd at Louisville and sought In every way to bring Senator Goebel into contempt, by resorting to tho meanest of lies and vilest of abuse Our standard bearer has, however, carao out of the fiery furnace of calumny unscathed and Is fearer than over to tho hearts of tho people, wno love aim for the enemies ho has made, and wno know that he can always be depended on to fight the battles of the weak and the oppressed. Ills canvass of tho State has been one continuous ovation, thousands crowding to hear him, wbero hundreds go to bear tho republican leader and his measly ailles. The homo stretch finds tho democratic party much more united than four years ago and with the brightest prospects of an overwhelming victory. Many of those who weroat first fooled into the bolting movement have had their eyes opened to Its object and becoming fully cognizant of the fact that Drown and bis ticket aro being used by the corporations as a decoy, hoping to pull the wool vcr a sufficient number of democrats to secure tho election of Taylor, aro deserting the movement faster than rats ever left a sinking ship. They will continue to do so and by tho day of the election, all who do not como back to their first love, will Hop entirely Into the republican camp and mark under tho log cabin. There will not- be a sufficient number of these to cut any figure in tho raco. Senator Goebel will win In triumph and when he Is Inaugurated governor in December, tho State will have an executive of which all tho people will bo proud, for ho is a man of affairs, with courago to carry out his convictions of what will redound to tho welfare of the State, and ono who can bo depended on in every emergency. As Stato Senator and constitution maker ho has served tho people well and that is an earnest of what may bo expected of blm as governor, do is entitled to the voto of everv democrat, who, In honoring him, will honor himself. Vote for him, work for blm and tho wholo ticket and Kentucky will be fully and forever redeemed. - sheet that over disgraced Kentucky journalism, does us tho honor to disapprove ol our methods. Abuso from such a source Is praise Indeed. Papers that will sell out will He, of course, and editors llko Knott will do anything for a paltry dollar. Ho is a Pariah in every senso and a liar by choice, faltb and practice. As to tho lousy creatures of tho Mlddlesboro Record, wo once did them a favor, which explains their nualllanlmous efforts to make a little capital at our expense'. tbo lellow who rattled Carlisle's scat Id Congress, and bolted Dryan In 1S90, now bolts Goebol and says ho will voto for Taylor, who ho opines Is as good as elected. DIckerson Is a very short horse, hardly largo enough to point a moral to tho story, which Is that when a man starU to bolting ho keeps on till ho lands flat footed Into the camp of his former enemies. DlCKEKSON, THE Loulsvlllo Post, which vies with tho DIsnatch in being tho dirtiest around awhllo In Hon. J. N. Kchoc, of Maysvlllo, told Judge C. K. Klncald and ho told tho Cincinnati Enquirer that John B. Thompson told him that P. Watt Hardin told him that ho woutd voto tho democratic ticket from top to bottom. This may not bo very Important If true, but wo give It for what It Is worth. The London Echotearfully says that Mr. Goebol totally Ignored tho questions It propounded to blm. Bless your poor, innocent ml, Dyche, the senator never heard of you or your The questions. POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. o Hon. G. G. Gilbert will speak at tomorrow afternoon. Tho registration at Hlchmond shows a democratic majority of 58. Receipt in Collector John W. Yer-ke- s Per-ryvlll- "The Stanford iNTEiuoifJoUKNAL has abandoned all else except its mud mill In tho political contest and is therefore In hlgb degree fellowship with Goebcllsji." Thus salth tho subsidized, republlcanlzod Loulsvlllo Dispatch, whoso abuso is better than Its praise. Wo are proud to bo In hlgb degeo fellowship with Goubellsm, but wo have no inclination to compete with tho Loulsvlllo sheet in its congenial occupation of running a mud mill. It glories in Its own tilth and prides itself on its nastlncs. Let It continue to wallow In Its own ml re and swim In Its own vomit. I. good bono und wolght, from 14 to 10 hands high, four to seven ycurs old, will bo at Ueuzley Bros- stublo, Stan- wffe. Town Topics. ford, Tuusduy, Oot. 10. Hudson Bios., tbo 158. Loulsvlllo. pendent, 1,1 T); futurRov. Faguloy, of this oouuiy, has acFerono won tho Tbo Stanford l.NTKliiOK JOUU.N'AI, Tho democrats seem to havo tho beet of tho registration overvwburo. Tbulr Company bus bought thu Corbln Nuws ity ut Lexington WoJoesday. Tho cepted a call to Bothel church In Gartrot and rard county. plant. As tho Wultong uro Goobelltcs Abbott won tho majority at Lexington Isovcr 1,000. old-outld free-for-a- AFTEU they found that there was no chance for them to dishonor tbo rooster with their ticket, tho Drownles filed a petition for a place on tho ballot at tbo November election, tho duvlcu to bo a picture of Drown and Johnston, with the words "Honest Election Democrat-l- e Ticket." It contained 11,1 15 names, of the signers being about republicans. What u fall wus there, my countrymen, from tho promised Ilardly two per cent, of tho 10,000 voto and most of them republicans cause peter out to head. Did ever a Thu Somerset Paragon bus put up ast? man with tho ropnblicau Stato ticket aguiu, but Tn 1:0 doiu: Hai.lam, tho If It U supposing Its republican noma face like a cancerous beofstcuk, inudo inee for representative, It Is practicing speech at Glasgow Monday, which a the still hunt plan, us nu mention of tho Now says was tho most uhuslvo Mr. Hays uppeurs In that paper. and disgusting ever delivered. Tho Covington hud u very heavy rcgletra was in a maudlin statu and the speaker tlon, tbu figures being democratic, paper says ho hud to keep u strong republicans, 1,050; Independent, clutch on tho railing in front of him to 110. Owensboro shows 1,181 democrats, any sort of an equilibrium. maintain 875 republicans; 12 prohibitionists; two Suub crcaturos would lnJuo any cuuo K)pullia. Nuwiori's figured uro reand can not help tho tottoring ono of publican, ,4M; democrat, 2,08'J; Indes. and the renegades two-thir- ds 1 0; revenue district for September aggregated $215,771 09. Tho L. & N.'s mercenaries aro instructed to shout for Brown and shoot for Taylor Loulsvlllo Times. Cupt. Andrew OUutt, of Lebanon, was nominated for Stato Senator by tho republicans of Marlon, Taylor and Washington. Tho democratic carnival ut Dallas closed with an attendance for tho day of 50,000, the largest political gather ing In tho history of Tt;xa3. JohnJD. Irvine, county judgo of Rus sell, has given up tbo olllco on account of ill health. It has been decided that W. T. Sharp will bo his successor. As he began his canvass for the nomination at Lebanon, Senator Goobci will closo his campaign for governcr there. He and Senator Dlackburn will speak tbcro Nov. 0. There wus a total increase of 85 votes in tho registration at Duuvillo compared with last year, and a net republican gain of 20, giving republicans a majority of 2t:) in tho city. Judgo Robert J. Breckinridge spoke to a largo crowd at Paris Monday. Ho was introduced by John S. Smith, his luto opponent for tho democratic noml-tlo- n for attornoy general. U. S. Marshal James is making a blull to arrest somo prominent citizens of Bowling Green on tho charge of to remain away from the polls on registration day. Ono solitary "National Democrut" registered In Owensboro. Can it bo possible that Simon Bolivar Buckner is going to gut another vote In tbo State for governor? Owensboro Messenger. A vust uudiuucu heard Senator Goebel ut Plnovllto yciterduy und another big crowd listened to him at Mlddles boro lust night. To. day bo speaks ut IUrbourvillu und tomorrow ut Brod to $27 50. Ten shares In the National Rank brought $150 a September 30th tho public debt and wns bought by Mrs. Rose. $1,143,005,780, less cash tn sbaro amounted to month Tho crowd was good and farming Imtho treasury, a decrease for tho plements sold well. of $8,400,775. of Charlotte, N. Wllltan Winston, rutins Mother. C, ato rough on rata rather than faco Little Johnnie Mamma, let's play I wlfo after having bcon tno pnnci his rim your mother nnd you are my lltlo pal In a scandal. boy. rihivrlrn Hail, a farmer living near Mamma Very well, dear; how shall Independence, set fire to his house and we play It? Little Johnny I'll tell you; you start and then fattlly shot himself. Ho was despondent because of tho fallnro of to do something and I'll tell you not to. Puck. his crops. nf the NnrmtlTe, William Goodpaster, a young farm-c- r "So the poor chap wns wrecked In of Bath county, committed suicide Hat-tosight of port, and wns like our dinner-thingsbecauso ho couldn't Indict George a man who shot hlra for betraying "How's that?" his daughter. "Never washed tip!" circuit judeo reAt Chattanooga tho Ally "Ugh! you nasty thing!" fused the application of Julia Morrison, Slopcr. and characterized tho actress, for ball, Illrrrllnir (lie Arsumrnt. tho Killing of Leiden a a willful, pre"Trailing gowns should never be and malicious murder. meditated worn.on the street, my drnr;thcy are Yollow fever Is spreading In New Intended for women sho ride in carOrleans. Five- now cases anu one ueaiu riages." est "VelL Jack, you know very well that were reported Wednesday. Kor has 27 new cases; Jackson, Miss , re- It Isn't my fault that I havcu't a carports ono new patient. There Is no riage." Chicago llcconl. fever at Jacksonville, Flo. Nu IMnre to Heat. A trunk belonging to Kato Qulnlan, Williamson It was never Intended a chambermaid at Hotol Netherlands, that a lazy man should reach the top New York City, was broken open and of the ladder. Henderson I suppose not; there's fully $10,000 worth of jewelry, money, sbo had stolen from tho no place up there for him to sit down. &c, which Ton n Topics. guests found In It. paracnute jumpers The Cheerful Mini. Twenty-eig- ht "Every woman Is nn aristocrat at wern killed and 40. moro or less, se riously lupjred during tho season just heart," said the youngest loardcr. "Yes," said the cheerful Idiot, "sho closed. Thoy seem to havo no trouble ns classed with world, but they havo their hates to think herself to rUo In tho tho plain people." Indianapolis Jour-m- l. troubles in getting down. A tho annual meeting ol tho L. A:. He Isn't 11 jr I'notiirli. directors at Louisville, tbo scheme of The aplder mar spin a silken thread the management to buy or lease several And consider the spinning play. Hut he can't spin a top to save his life. lines now operated by tho company was 'Cause spiders ain't built that way. approved. Tho old board of 13 direcChicago Dally Km. reTho annual tors was to in: in: vi port of President Smith shows gross and $3,027,-6- 93 earnings of $23,759,485.09, 01 net. Huston-vlll- 20 It would not surprise us If thoy took Shado On Tho Wilson, for 2 pacor. '2:0' I, which possession before tbo election, convert- Tho best tlmo mado was In tho ed It Into a democratic sheet and tried was Williamsburg It took six beats to dccldo tho Tranfow votes. to win a Times. Strnngor things navo nop sylvania Staku of $10,000 nt Loxlngton, Lord Vlncont winning tho 4th, 0th and pencd. 1 Somo llmo ago tho uccoru nati nu 7th and taking It. Peter tho 1 rent oditorial which was criticised as being won two and Klngtnond tho other two, mado by I'etor tho too sovcro upon Taylor. In It wo took best time 2:03 tho ground that tho republican candl-dat- o Great. Borulraa. tho Louisville gelding, won for governor was a gentlemati by birth nor education.; that ho tho $10,000 Futurity at Lexington from nolthor was a boor In bis nuihnars, and wo now a big flold niter six beats hnd been add that ho U a foul mouthed and vllo trotted. After tho ruco Boralmn was Tho person and unfit to be governor or hold sold to a Boston man for $17,000 buyer of tbo horso won $10,000 on tbo any other olllco Nelson Uecord. Senator Goebel spoko to a court- race L. Blalock .c Sons, of Maylleld, made house full of people at London, ufter belnc Introduced by Hon. James D. tbo largest private rule of tobacco ever mado In Western Kentucky. They Dlack, who said ho stands as lha champion of tho rights or me sold tho Italian government contractor masses. Tho Sonator mido a 530 hogsheads of leaf, which averaged great speech and gained many friends, about $7 50 Kr hundred. The ihIo Incounty; volves $75,000 Hon. Granville PheefotiOf-ClaA good crowd attended D.F. Logan's Ed Parker, and Hon. .It. Karasoy, tho "Idol of .tho Mountains," salo yesterday and fair prices were called on tho Senator at his hotol and realized. Mules brought $30 to $100, occupied scats In front at tho speaking. horses $30 to $105.50, yearling cattlo Tho two latter contributed to a fund to 4.03, milk cows $23 to $57, Jersey boltglva hlra tho proper reception at Lon ers $11 to $30, 25 shouts at.llo. Farming Implements sold well. don. J. B. Paxton gives us report of J. T. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. Hose's salo as follows: 09 ewes brought $1.70, 03 do. $1 00, pair mules $184, cows W. H. Stubbs set 60,017 cms with a $23 to $30, wheat 07c, corn $1 20 to$l 0 typo machlno In 61 hours at Philadeland winning in the field, horses $41 to $50, mules $25 free-for-ay Every Depsitmcnt READ? FOR FALL BUSINESS. Dress floods, Cloaks, Cpc, Klior, ladles' nnd Genii' FiirnlOiliig', Good. Comforts nnd ltlnnkcls. Men's anil Hoys' Clothing, l.idlw'nnd n't Trim Wnli Men's Ilnth. tho Louisville Store. lllg heavy Fleeced lined I'nder-wea- r, elegant nunMtv, would be rlioap at 10c, our prlco 2Gc Lndtes Fnit lllnck Cotton Bote, fierce lined, worth 20c, our prlco Men's heavy llcecft lined Underwear, sold everywhere at 1 50 suit, our prlco Missca' Union Suits Jersey ribbed, nicely trimmed and finished, would bo a bargain at 50c, our prlco Ladles' Hoe, black, a bargain at 25c, our price Heavy ribbed Underwear for Men Drown and Cream colored per suit Illiic, Vcstee Suits lor little fellows from three to eight yinrs, coats havo largo nallor collars, trimmed In light or dark colors, plaid and mix-e- l pattern, SI to S3 BO Oo Ladles' fur trimmed Capes, M In. long, good Taints at II 50, our price Mcintosh Coats, nlrc black, coat, worth $2, salo price csjms 98c II. SI. 48 SI. 25 48c 9bc DOo 25o IBo Men's heavy HuMier, Fine duck, coat 10-Gray or White good quality, lllankets. phia, breaking tho record o 1450. Large sixo Comforts, well made, worth 1.60, our salo price 08c 20c White Quilts, Manalllcs, at 10 4 Gray or Whlto IHankcu, pretty borders, good weight, regular TahiM 11.25 Ladies' elegant quality Jency Vest, silk trimming, well worth 40c, our prlco Men's colored Underwear, nicely finished Vest and Pants, cheap at 75c per suit, our price for Shirt and Pauls Qc a. on many 48o 10-- 4 a'.l wool Hlnnkett, 13.50 quality, sale price regular r.t We aro bettor pre;ared this waion than ever to meet tl.u wants of our patrons In tho n, ." CLOAKS & CLOTHING Department. Wc extend to yon an Invlt.ition to corns and lou: through our tor k . IThe Louisville Store. MR ' Thc',ChrHit Houte'In Town ta&lJA. URBANSKY C4 & CO., Proprietors. ;r i 9 ..... I!)! 1! T.D HANKY, Manager Ilranch stores at KlUabethtown, Klkvn Owensboro, She'bvvllle, Versatile, Hards-towHupkinsvllle, MadionvllIc,Morganfield. (leorgetown, Ky .Clarksvllle.Tcnn. vi .LA die: : .ot i. I FOOTWEAR Of F.very Description. UNO AND STOCK. Two aged work itules for salo. W. A. Carson, Stanford. i I! 1 'I V I I I JI A Completer Stock Glasgow News. Scott Newman, of Loulsvlllo, told to Thomas Lawson, ol Boston, a jcarllng trotter by Boreal for $3,000. First Young Thing (with pride) J. A. Wood bought ut Harrodsburg Aht my mamma Iiiih carriage! Ho sold to 11 mules at $10. Monday Second Young Thing (with more Robert Collier, of Boyle, 100 sheep at pride) That'll nothing! My mother $3.50. cun tnke out her teeth and put them J. A. Dlddlo sold to Brldgowater & back again! Ally Slopcr. Seurce, of Marlon, 20 steers at $12 and Cnlleil. Bros., at $31. Adair 18 to Cabboll "Mla Klo, are you fond ot clamaT" In dulcet tones uakcU he: News. The- maid looked at htm cojly. and O. P. Huffman bought of William "This la so sudden!" said she. -- Cincinnati lnUlrt.r. Porter a bunch of heifers at 3c, and of E. P. Woods and J. II Swopo somo fat The Diimniaril I'litli. hogs at 3c. Lord Hakclclgh My descent dates A spotted sow came to my place two back S00 years. Miss Gotlmmme What a long timet weeks ago. Owner can get her by very stecu to paying for this notice and her keop. And It seems V. hnve been a World. one, too. N. 11. Pepples, Rowland. W. Under It. J. P. Ingram bought of Murlon and Hospital Nurse (to mangled victim of Armstead Miller 85 cuttlo ut 4 to 4.12. tho derHo bought 30 of Andrew Cumpbull at accident) I understand that County Rec- rick fell ten stories to the pavement.untho same price Wayne Mangled Victim Ocnkly) I was ord. The lUval. Impression. Loulsvlllo wiioio-sa- lo dercut Hudson Bros., tho A I'ermnneut Arrmmeineut. concluded a stock dealers, havo "Dickey, how old Is your sister government $10 to $75. Corn sold at $1.45 In tho heap at Josh Dunn's salo In Garrard. feeding cattle 50 extra for sale. Dr. H. Held, Stanford. Lazarus & Co., of Horso Cave, bought 18 mules at Edmonton last Monday at 1,000-pound WMMw4m Was never In Stanford. Infants' Soft Slim-- , Children's Dtess Shoes and b'chool Shoes, Indies' turns and welt soles, light weight calfskin. Show. Kuhbers to lit them all Old Udlen' Wool-llnc- d I. (!) I i .;; o"ocT6 i Styles theJLatest, Prices the Lowest, Quality the Best. H. I I o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o CI I J. M'ROBERTS. CO TO -- '& contract with tbo British by which tbo firm is to furnish mules at $30. Dr. 3,000 IHheir o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o dob oooooooooooooooooooooooodooooo Moberts, tl)e Druggist, FOKFine-Stationery- Drugs, School Books, Wall Paper, Paints and , Oils, &c, At The Lowest Cash Prices. bought of Bowormao Bros., Lexington, Bullion, Dolgudo, by tho Bow Bell, dum Rosy Mora, by Alcun-tarPrlco, $12,000. Wanted. To buy 50 mules with u. J. B. McCoy, KIrkwood, Del., bus "Aw; she's been 20 ever since I was borif." Chicago Jtecord. Kottpa Her llusy. "You say she Is a business woman. Whnt business Is she Interested In?" Philadelphia "Oh, everybody's." Bulletin. Ileuil uf the KHiully. Ifewltt I llko to Bf.j manly rtian. Jcwctt Let ino Introduce you to my QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOO WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY I Hon. D.J. Brewer, Justice ol U.S. Supreme Court, "1 commuud It to ull as the ouu ifrtut slautl onl authority." , It excel lu tho cow with wlilih tho cyoflwli the wont sought; In aveurucy of ilellultlon In In tvna ani coiurcheitslo statements ut facts uul lu praetkul uso as a working dictionary. sast rfl. --a.igriM -ll.- FlHCirntn luges, dr., & C MerrUm Co., n( on ti)ipUtatlm. SptugfcM, M- -., U S. a. to THE INTERIOR JOURNAL1 Stanford. Ky., - Oct. 6, 1899 W. P. WALTON. FADED IMA8UUi:S. imoTMKim' cntuus. How times Iibvo changed lo bo iiiro and howJlilnRt hftvo moved alone since Itrandfathers of today wcro little bov. Tho thought may strike homo to many a man wboto shoulder oro bent by tho wolght of years, as ho readt tho potters announcing tho coming of tho Adwn Forcpaugh and Sell Droilicr' circus to thli city Tuesday. Oct. 17th. Tho village circus with It ono ring and one tcnt.wlthluhalfdo7.cn cage of wild animals, mostly from America, and ono elephant, hat gono (orovcr. Tho clowns no mora como around and sing to tbo audlenco and mako fun of tho rural COM THAT MAY UK HBCALI.KH MY Till! ISO OP TUB KOIiKiWUfiil-Hr.l.t.- fl spectator. Joking Is considered Inclo-Ca- Novel Rnfrtnlnnient. At nn Dlk club entertainment In Bt. Louis n few evenings' ngo 200 men, nf trr nn elaborate banquet, watched flvo loys dire Into n wnahtub of rut soda cracker without a drink of water until they wrro nenr bursting, ninl swnllow pie until nil, snve one, were compelled to give up the content. The pie nnd crnckcr rneca were not new, but they were nimislng. Tho liout which took tlio uegrora Into the tub of molnssra wns a novelty, however. Nono of the men present ever wuv one licfore. Tho lioys were lined nrnund the tub, nnd nt n slgnnl Jumped for tho money which wns nt the bottom. It could not be seen, nnd ns they were lxntnd hnnd nnd foot, they could sonrch with their mouths only. When they enmo out of thnt tub they looked ns If they had liceii In n sirup bnrrel nil their live. Their wool wns stuck fast, nnd they were unable to oon their eyes. They could henr the coins strike the molnsses, though, nnd when n shower of dimes and nickels struck the stirfnco they ducked ngnln. They kept this up for nearly nn hour. Ily that time they wcro so stuck up that It Is doubtful whether they will bo able to sec for a week. col-ore- d s, Nnl the Cnnseriitory, Young I.ndy The musical conservatory It in this building, Isn't It? Janitor No, inunij the musical conservatory It 'bout two blocks down 1 I wnsj Young Lady (dubiously) sure I henrd pupils practicing vocnl ex erclses. Are you sure the musical eon servntory Is not hcrc7 Janitor Yes'm. Nothln' here hut dentists' olllces, mum. V. Y. Weekly. street. I'roapecllrr flliinni, "More hard luck," sighed the householder In tlio town which bad developed n war of gnn companies. "I wish these cororalloii wouldn't fall out." "Why, you're retting your gns cheaper than ever before." "Yes, but vvnlt till the victorious company comes after us to collect the profits It thinks It might hnve made If there hnd been no fight." Washington 8tnr. e llarseltes. All the world's s etase. and all the people are but actors. As Shakeepeare says trier sre. And, furthermore, each pernon In his heart of hearts Is Convinced that he's s star. Answers. As Wr itivriuiirnnx. and out of dato In a clown of tho present day, and tho greater part of tbo work I dono In pantomlmo No mora tho tnuko charmer walks around tho ring with tho 'aldcous reptiles dinting to her body. No moro tho Hon trainer pnta his head In tho llon'r mouth. All tho things you saw when you wcro a boy have vanished with the days of which they wcro a part. Somo( of them wcro barbarous, but they did not look so to you. And wrao wcro in shockingly bad taste, but they did not appear o to you You remember that when thoelcphantthrcwaman through the roof of tho tent It was an uvont In tho history o( tho town and the sol whero tbo bloody and mangloJ corpeo was found Is pointed out to this day. And you recall with something like a thrill tho time when tho lion escaped and tho wholo country was up In urms and all tho children dreamed horrible things until they know tho nnlmal had been recaptured. It used to cost 75 cents to get into tho big tool, and you remember that you wcro a good little boy for a month before and went out ovcry day to look at tho posters and endeavored to pronounce, tho names of tho animals. And you had a fight with your cousin becauso ho said you old not know a glralTo from a hlpopotamus. You do not do these things any more and your children do not follow In your footsteps, becauso children havochang-c- d with the limes and tho clrcutes, or rather tbo manner of rearing children has changed. Of course you aro happy and contented, but you would give a pretty penny just for ono touch of the old days with their fuded pleasures. PcrhaiM they will bo recalled by tho miproachlng visit of tho big circus of tho present day. Cutnmlogs, of Milan, Mo., I'llo shll)ed four cur loads of yearling cattle und onu car of weanllngi from this place Wednesday, They paid 3 to la for them -- CJIasgow News. cV During the past yenr tho pupils of a Milwaukee public school lime been In structing themselves, practically, In the principles of rniinlclxil goi eminent. Kvcry olllce In the administrative affairs of a city, from mayor to policeman, wns fillet by hoys, nnd for n time tho scheme worked admirably. long, however, the Interest In their regular studies lieenmc absorbed In politics. The elections held quarterly became uimholesomely exciting, nnd the children's parents were bitterly Involved. Corruption, too, showed Itself. Ono youthful candidate, by a judicious disposition of gum, enndy and pencils, wns almost unanimously elected. Other Imitated Mm, and the parcntH, nt last nwnkculng to the fact that their children were fuM hecomlng demoralized, strenuously objected to n continuance of the experiment, nnd the school authorities summarily nbaudoned It. Iks-fo- re TWO SUNBEAMS. Straight through a casement, open wld, A aunbesm found Its way. And down upon the cottage floor A shaft of brightness Isy, Bent from the gay, glad outer world, A messenger spsrt. tt glorified the humble room. And cheered the matron's heart. It coaaxed the little one from piny, And mocked, with true delight. The vain attempts of baby hands To grasp the lance or llgnl "Catch If you can," It seemed lo say. "I'd willing captive be." And danced before the wondering eyea To the tune of baby glee Bright shone the little golden head As It flitted here and there. As though the sun Itself had lent Of Its shining store a share And mother caught her darling up. In the mldat of his fruitless chase. And showered klsaee. warm and soft. On the pretty baby face "You cannot catch the sunshine. Though you followed the wide world through; You're mother's little sunbeam, dear. And she has caught ou, toot "Two sunbeams hsve I In my home; Dark would It be, and drear. Without the blight ray on the floor. And the bright face shining here! "Ood owns the sunlight, but He gave This precious beam to mother. Content am I to call one mine And entertain the other" Btralght through the casement, pen wide, The aunbesm crept away. And twilight shadows, stealing through. Foretold the end of day The outer world In darkness lay. Hut mother's heart was light. For a golden head and a baby face Kept home forever bright. Ulla Randall, In Golden Days. ' ly powerful voice broke through the din of the fray! "Hold your hands, brothers) perchance this may be the man whom the commander of the fatthful bade us pare I" The Arabs made way for the newcomer (who was no other than thecap- l.ln r.1 !.. .Ilnl,1. rai.nr.ll ..nil I.. looked keenly nave You Beenskft Perhaps you have htd the grippe or a hard cold. You may be recovering from malaria or a slow fever; or possibly tome of the children are just getting over the measles or whooping cough. ' Are you recovering at fast as you thoutd? Has not your old trouble left your blood full of Impurities? And Isn't this the reason you keep so poorly? Don't delay recovery longer but . Mrs. Slimtaybla (After the wreck) Oh, Henry Fin afraid this board won't sustain mcl Her Husband Tls a Judgment sent upon you, Mnrln. Many a poor devil who has paid you six dollars n. week 1ms said the same thing. Cleveland 1 lender. IJfe Is but a season of discontent. Tor a chance vve are constantly pra)lng; In winter we long for the July sun. And In summer we want to go slelEhlnc. Chicago Dally News. Twsi Kvrr Thna. waterspout on n recent afternoon would have swept away the town of Hennessey, O. T., had not a cannon loaded with salt been discharged at 40 rods' range into the whirling black mass. This Is the third time this spring Hennessey ha been saved from destruction by the cannon device. John Ilhondes, formerly a rough rider, Is the Inventor. He bought four old cannon In Cuba, and brought them to Hennessey, where the citizens purchased them. The city council employ a man to attend to them. When a watcrsjtout or cyclone appear on tho horizon he mounts his horse and ride to the cannon placed on the side of town from which the storm Is coming. The cost to the city Is nliout $J0 per mouth. A Ittlton n flannel-mouthe- I d lie Apnlufflsed. understand you called mo old duffer. Jllson No. Some one has been stringing you. 1 hope I have too much tense to use such highly Improper language as that. Flannel shrinks, you know, nnd that Is more than I could truthfully say of your mouth. Chicago Dally News. She Kiplnlna. Mistress Hannah, I am positive kitchen last night. Hannah Well, mum, I'm sorry. I thought I had closed the transom. I heard kissing in the Chicago Times-Heral- that Formerly noisy rattles, gaudily paluted, were nil thnt were deemed necessary for n baby' edification. Now, however, it is hehVvcd that the artistic taste of the child may be cultivated from the moment when he first begliik to taUo notice of his surroundings. To this end the rattle, which Is the llrst toy put Into his hnnd, h.m become n thing of beauty. Delicate colors In harmonious iwlls hnte design, nnd sweet-toneIn its make-up- , the garish colorings und jangling mettila of former days. d I.ola of II. Anil Tliry The Ijimb How much money will 1 need to become a successful operator In Wall street? The Itroker Very little. It's the unsuccessful operators who need the money. N. Y. Journnl. rrl d, I.rnrnliitc. "John's larnln' Greek, Hill's larnln' Latin, nn' Jane's larnln' French; an what I wants to larn,"sald thcold man, "is how to make n llvln' fcr all o' 'em when they're all graduatedl" Atlanta Constitution. Atnrinlnit ('(iniliiol. "When 1 L 0 F itKiJija kiss you, lMgnr, you are not afruld 1 am going to ask for money, A Hloii Indian, 22 years old and n nro you?" "No, dear; but I'm nfrnld you have student at the government training wns hchool for Indians at Carlisle, Fa., died already cleaned me out while not long ngo of black measles. One asleep." Chicago Ilccord. week before his death he received a Minulil llr n limit Snocm. letter from tho Fine Itldge agency, "I'll make a fortune out of my new .South Dakota, Mating thnt his brother musto box. You put a penny In the slot nnd (.inter had died from malignant and- -" "And the thing plays n popular nir?" inenslcH. The infection wntiMvmingly "No. It stops playing one." San curried in the envelope, as there wire Fruneisco l'Mimlncr. no cases of iiieuslcs in the school at A 1'ulliire. the time. "Did anybody ever try to civilize A Missouri traveling mini, during u you?" asked the htrangcr. recent trip In Washington county, All;., "Once," answered the heathen, "but d tenderfoot with noticed the following inscription on a ho was n gun. He couldn't shoot tombstone in n local cemetery: "Alfred nn worth n picayune." Washington Star. V. Caughmnn, born Iznid county, Arkansas, January 23, 1S2G. Pled, March A I'niiill) Seerrt. S3, 1873. lie wns n man who in his early "Doesn't your sou Inherit his fighting duy killed over 100 deer. He did truth- qualities?" "Yes, but don't refer to that; begot fully say ho win born and raised n frontiersman's son, but he hnd to give up them from his mother." Chicago Itec-orbis life nnd his gun." nenr-blghtc- d, WE ARE GIVING THIS BEAUTIFUL CATALOG AWAY TO OUR CUSTOMERS. A shoe that misfits at the start will fit worse by wear. Ultra shoe fit like shoes, because they are modeled on lasts formed from the human foot. That's why they are always comfortable and retaiu their shupe when others fall. madc-to-ord- (Me.) bachelor, while watching beside tho couch of his nick father lust winter, made three flue Tho young ladles of that town must be dead set against matrimony to let such a treasure go unsought. Hut it may bo that this Jewel of n bachelor lack personal attraction. In that cuse his good work surely will go fur A Wuldohoro bed-quilt- s. Seiisnnntile Hiiurta, naught. HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW SHOE FOR WOMEN? H. J. McRoberts j You think you have, a hard time In Jusl Ulrls. this world you grumbler nnd growJuliet (ynwnlng) Desr inel I feel ler, say the Kansas City Journal, but 30 years old bow about T. J. Fillers, w ho died iu Angelica Why, what have you been last Tuesduy? Mr. Fillers had taking to rejuvenate yourself? Chistayed iu hla bed for 11 straight yeura cago Dully New. with every joint in his body so stifSUe llliln'l Ask II. fened by rheumatism that lie couldn't You Lady (to her legal friend) lift his hand or turn over. won't charge for a question, I Hope 7 Lawyer Oh, no; only for the an' Kate Delougherty, of Kansas City, Is wcr. The lllval. switch-tende- r perhaps the only woman A New Jlonte Crlalo, in the United States. Uer position! an The world Is mine I And how, you ask, as she throw the important one, Can such s wonder uei I've woo a little maiden, and witches that all the passenger train She's sll the world to In and out of the Union depot In that Chicago Dally News. it. city pas over. to-da- "Anything Interesting out at Campbell Tomklns' Inst night?" "Interesting? I should say; wo had n strawberry shortcake walk." Detroit Free Fress. l.seiiaitlile. Young Mother Horrors! Here's an account In the pnper of a woman who sold her baby for ten cents. Young Father (wearily) Fcrhnps It was teething. N. Y. eekly. for the tlgnt by which the famous satrap wns to be distinguished. Hut be I looked in vain. The stranger's cloak iwas goue, and his helmet so battered I and stained thnt the keenest eye could sot have told the color of Its metal. "Ferslanl" cried the captain, at length, "art thou Hnrmosnn. the satrap of Yezd7 If so, our swords have no edge against thee, It thou wilt but yield to the caliph's mercy." Hut the Fenian answered only with a blow, which, hnd It hit Its mark, would have ended the captain's wars once for all. A gigantic Yemenec rushed forward only to fall dead beneath another of those Irresistible strokes: but now the Fenian's sword snapped close to the hilt, nnd he wns left defenseless. "We have him now!" shouted the captain. "Seize him and bind blm fasti" Despite the stranger's tremendous strucoles. he vvn overpowered bv num- ber. nnd securely bound. But to all the taunts of his captors he deigned not a word of reply, and maintained the same stern silence, even when bo was I dragged Into the pretence of the caliph lilmtelf. At he listened to the recital of his prisoner's exploits, Omor eyed him with a look of grim approval; and the captive, In hit turn, surveyed with equal admiration this prince of the desert, who, master at he was, of nine powerful !txTCllA'!!n$Kr!aW d upkingdoms, was sitting THE CALIPH'S CUP on the bare ground, in a rough cloak of camel's hair, and supping on a handful OF WATER of dates and parched corn. By David "Knowett thou," said Omar, at length, with a ttern look, "what fate awaits him who hath shed the blood of tho faithful?" sun was setting red nnd country," THF over a battlefield In western "1 have fought for myam In thypow-er- , the prisoner. "I Asia, upon which two great armies had. and I atk no mercy. Let the fate that been contending since daybreak. 'Barely IS years bad elapsed since the awaits mc be what it may, it Is all one me." death of Mohammed, and already the to Omar's eyes sparkled; for, brave a a strong arms and sharp swords of hit soldier disciples had spread the faith of Hon himself, bo loved nothing better thnn Islam through every land from Syria to foe. a brave man, whether friend or Morocco, and now the turn of Fcrsla "Methlnkt there Is but one man in tI t nil wvm as stout-- Fertlanihost who could tpeuk to roe so," Tue native warriors fought . . i,i w Ua U.VM VU.U .W, ISM IUJ ..WW cried he, "Art thou Harmosan, .the MJ matched with men who had never met satrap of Yezd?" the Terslan, drawing "I am," replied their equal in war. Caliph Omar, wiping his heated himself up proudly. "I would not tell name in the battle, lest it should face with the sleeve of hit robe, watched my did keenly the giving away, little by Utile, seem that J men so because thouIthadst spare me; but matof the pointed Fcrslan helmets before bidden thy ters little who knows it now. I am llar- 4l. a amlk ItA sia K 4iilAtiai natal meavl aY t o"n. he o!dler of Persia, and thine nt ib. A- ,.,ln ,n.m' . . .. ... i,. thousand picked clslve moment, the Even the fierce Arabs around him xnen whom he had hitherto held In reat the fearlett , smiled approvingly serve. one voice was words, and more "Fight bravely, my tonal" was his heard to mutter: than last charge to them; "for God Himself is bold fellow, and worthy to lights for you. But thould ye meet with be"This of a ono the faithful! Pity that he a Fertian chief, wearing n lion-skihelmet, whose must die!" said Omar, "I may not give cloak and "Persian," nnme It Harmosan, the satrap (gov- thee thy life; but to show how the Yezd, kill him not, but bring ernor) of prophet's follow era honor courage, any i other request thou canst make is ' granted before It is uttered!" "Give me a cup of water, then," an- ' swered narmosan; "for since this day's iYr,lLtTS!&. iPsasaBrQr' fight begnn, my thirst hast not been quenched." Omar nodded, and a black slave brought forward a large silver cup, filled to the brim with clear, sparkling water; but, insteud of drinking, the prisoner held it doubtfully in his hand. "What now, friend V cried the caliph. Impatiently. "If thou fearesf treachery, be easy; for 1 pledge thec my word that none shall harm thee till thou bsst drank that water." QuIoU ns lightning, Harmosan dashed the cup to the ground and said, with a mocking smile: "Bid thy men, then, gather up that water from the sand: for. by thine own pledge ,1 tim safe till lijrlnkitl" There 4wns n moment of amazed silence, and then the outwitted Arabs rushed nt him with n savage jell; but high nbove the uproar was hinrd the commanding voice of Omar: "A caliph's word U sacred, my children, lliing the brnc Persian another cup of water, nnd ns 1 once hade him drluk and die, so uow 1 bid him drink nnd live." Golden Days. rouituD it on Tim anouND. say he Is the him to mo alive; for men iS to Chicago and Kktuhn Thu brnvest warrior in Fonda, and I would Monou routo will soil tickets to CI tea- fain tee him with my owji ey es." go and return from LouUvillo nt $3, SO This sudden charge of fresh and vigorous troops upon men exhausted with cent i additional to bo paid joint ugont a long dny of hard lighting was quite at Chicago, on Oct. 21 to 10th inclusive on account Grout, Full FcHlvul. l'res Irresistible. Tho Ferslans gavo way on all sides; Idcnt MoKinloy and other National the sacred standard of the shah wu culebritlui to ho prebont ut dedicatory trampkd In the dust nnd the few who exercises. Full particulars furnished still strove to hold their ground wore by E. II. Hucon, I). 1'. A., Monoo Koute, overwhelmed by numbers. Loulivlllc, Kp The w hole field w as In u w hlrl of filght nnd pursuit, and only In one spot, where Half rates to Chicago mid return via a solitary clump of palm trees broke the grAy, unending level of tho boundless tho O. II .t D. Ily., on Oct. 2d to 10th plain, a clamor of shouts and clashing Inclusive. Uettirn limit Oot. 14th, weapons showed that resistance had lavdedication und cornur-aUinot jet wholly ceatcd. ing of the new (luvornmunt building treet, with hit back Beneath those of Chicago, agalntt the largest trunk, stood a tall, Great event in tho bUtory g life, President MoKlnley and hundreds of man, in the prime of will bo thuro with largo black eyes, which flashed as noted men and fiercely as tho sword that played like Call nu jour nourcst C. II, & D. ugont lightning ain'.a the wild faces and toss- for full particulars. ing arms of his swarming enemies. More than one broken arrow head was Half rutea to Indlanupolls und reticking in his breast plate; tho silver turn vlu tho C. II. & D. Ky.. on Oct. buckler on his left arm was hacked and SM und 2lih, limited to tho 20th for redented, as If by the blows of a sledge hammer; hit armor was dyed red with turn, on account of tbo meeting of the Currlugo Builders' National Associamore than one wound. But he still held his ground unflinch- tion. Call on your nearest C. II. & D. ingly, ttrlklng right and left with the us;ent for full particulars. strength of a giant, and never once in I cross-legge- at the hard-presse- d man ' Tmkm m U ! 4 It will remove all imparl ties from your blood. It It also a tonic of immente si ! Korr ed value. Give nature a little help at this time. Aid her by removing all the products of disease from your blood. If your bowels are not Just right, Ayer's Pills will make them so. Send for cur book on Diet in Consti pation. ..o?-- r u t 1 1 . of iome o( tliffmott eminent rhysl-CliIn the United Statea. Write and recclre a prompt reply, i Wlwwi r.ww , Aaarci inu j. u. aiek, -WrMm Dooioro. We have the exclnslre icrvlees to our rrj j,i i A 4 a. i,. w FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFOBI), KY. n . .. A l.f j,j.. Capital Stock 1100,000. Surplus, 117.633 El This Institution originally eetabllthed si the !) otlt Bank o! Stanford to. 1838, then reorganized at the National Dank of Stanford In 1SCS ,.m1 I andagals mrginlied as the Fint National Bank o! Stanford In 1S82, n hu had practically an uninterrupted exlat-enc- e gold-Inlai- d for II years. It la better supplied now will racllltlea for transacting bualnesa promptly and lib erally than erer before In carver. Accounte tu long and honorable of IndlrMuala, aduclarlea,flrme DIKBCTOka. I and Isdlrldualaaollclted. F. Held, Llncolu Co.; J. W. llayden, btanford S.T. Harrle, " S. II. Baughuian, " J.S. J. U Hocktr, T.r. " M. Hill, W.P.Walton W. A. Trlbble, CUIr,Crab Orcb'J. " J. Miller, lit. Vernon M, l'.Eliu.ire, bunfor.l. orncaat. J. S. Hucker, PreIJeiit;.J. A. a McKlusty AUtnt Mctiulcrti, Caibltr. Caibler J.G.JtfcGIjAHY VN UNDERTAKES! And Dealer in HAENESS, SADDLERY, &C. STANKOKD. KY. n !,' ..! .. ! V1SJ, ne noble-lookin- spe-ike- c A Family Carriage vain. But such a fight was too unequal to last. The brave man' 'nrm begun to wax weary, hit ttrength to fall. Closer and closer to him gleamed the merciless pear heads, and in another moment all would have been over, when sudden- - TIIU A1TLTITE 01' A UOAT that lr. Klug's New Ufa 1111a. the wouJfrful lUuiiJjr, gliea a t4uJU Slouiub and I Kuod dlgrdlou sod a rrgular UjJUy hiMt llui 1 wun iwibrt health and great euMj. Duly U iuu at 1'vodj'. Vtui blwe. li Flitted by all poor dril"l'tlcs whoM Stoiusrh uulofoiJfr. Allsucb iliuuld kuuw uJ Utrr Jr beauty and couilort wan convenience, la one of our well made, easy riding and elegant burreyi. It la unexcelled for workmanship, durability and comfort, and will give moro eatlafactlon to general family u$e than other carriage made. We are selling them Cheap and Fast. That combines B. K. Opp. Court-Hous- Wearen it Son, Stanford, Ey, 'm .. tfi- pkct, which he carefully deposited on the floor nt his side. Long feathers (jKEAT INDIAN adorned his hnlr, which fell below his neck, and his face was painted a hide-ju- s red, which helped to add to his By Battle E. Briggs. fiendish appearance. At his belt were !"WW! i knife, a tomahawk nnd a whisky flask, nnd added to this outfit wis a ALL tho vlllago of High Hanks ;un, which he laid down by the side INthere were no young people w bo hod f his blanket. Tho Indian sat In solemn silence a inch good tlmci as Vlrn Stephenson nnJ tho Waitings, for while Vlrn was few moments, watching the girls prean only child, mid had no companions pare tho corn nnd coffee. After eating henrtily and drinking of her nge In her own home, Dr. Walling lived so near by that the children of three cups of coffee, tho rcdman propipe, both houses were almost constantly to- duced n black, which ho proceeded to fill with great gether. g mixjcllbcrntlon with a "Brothers ore not always such n com- ture. Vie," Jessie often said, in a burst fort, "Me smoke pipe of peace," he sold. of confidence. "Harry Is good to me, "You smoke, then mo take 111' Injun and all that, but he teases me so that snd go. Send squaw after Injun boy," I sometimes Just hate him. They think liu handed the pipe to Jessie, who themselves so superior, too, if they hap- and sobs: cry and say pen to be a little older than their sis- began to smoke." between her "I can't ters." 'Tale face plenty 'fraid?" he queried. Certain women In the neighborhood "Oh, don't toko Vlrn and Harry, Mr. of the fact that VI r a and Indian," pleaded tho girl, disapproved Jessie spent so much time in the society i Tho man paid no attention to Jessie, of Harry Walling, saying it made girls but holding the pipe toward Vlrn, said: rough to play with boys, but when the "Lil Injun smoke?" fathers of the girls were appealed to, "I don't know how to smoke," she they said: cried. "Oh, dear! why don't papa or "Let the youngsters alone. They'll Harry or somebody come?" and she, reallzo the responsibilities of life soon too, began to cry. enough; let them have a good time Tho Indian sprang from his chair, while they can." seized ins gun, anu aiicr jjiviuu uiuuu- Harry In curdling While the girls could join walked to the roost of his sports, they still lad their wtchen door nn(1 flrcd lbe un ilrolght e ana nous, ana spent, many ,nt0 th(J Tlicn turnlng t0 vira, happy hours every day over their play . gnjj. housekeeping. "Urn 'tend urn brave; um smoke pipe "Jessie," asked Vira one day, while now?" holding the pipe toward her tree again, sitting under the old snow-appl- e 5n the Stephensons back yard, with "Yes, sir," meekly responded Vira their family of dolls about them, "If between her sobs. would . "And I'll try to, too. Mr. Indian," you were not just yourself, who you like to be?" rled Jessie, "if jou won't take Vlrn." "Well, I don't know," answered her companion, thoughtfully, "sometimes I think I would like to be a great singer, so I could charm the whole world, but I guess I had about as soon be one of the Thomas children as anybody I afcjteaikMfcacAafeafcjifc i M ChW -- N. I "Humplil If he wouldn't return the cotton one, why should he return the silk one? Tell me that, Mr. Splnks." Mr. Splnks The cotton one was bis. Y. Weekly. One I'mhrella Let. Mr. Splnks Why under heavens did you give nilllngton that cotton umbrella? He'll never bring It back. Mrs. Splnks Tho only other one In the rack was silk. "You should have given him that." New niarnar. Tho doctors havo discovered n new disease. They call It the "silk petticoat wrist," nnd with nil kinds of en- The Two Biggest of All Shows. Two Complete, Unsbrldgcd IVrformahCcs, Hln or Shlno, at j? d grceu-lookln- Tito Cnrlniltles. Hlgglnbotham I've Just seen n wonderful Invcntlou n fine silk umbrella s Hint con be turned Into a enno with very little effort, Cadwallndcr i That's nothing. I owned a fine silk umbrella that with no effort at nil, simply by leaving It nn hour In the rack nt n polltlral meeting, turned Into n thlnl-clas- s gingham one. first-clas- f i! N. Y. World. Am I ttt moraine sail grumbles If breakfait la not yet Insight, Is the very sama nun who flahtnc snd patiently Walts all tht day for a bit. -- N. T. World. INDiaUSTIO.I. Tht man who cets up In Obtertnllon. thusiasm are loklng for its germ. The "silk pettlcont wrist" attack only ' roung women. It Is frit ns n stiffness 'or cramp In the nlTected part. What .causes it is tho linblt young women i have of holding up the skirts of their 'dresses, Why they do thts Is not known, The Dig Show of The World. The Most Stupendous, Tremendous Shows- ofJC Ksrlh. for, though the doctors whom they consult always ask them whj, they seem unnble to give nny reason. Hut .as bj' nn odd coincidence thej" nrc In- AND variably wearing petticoats of silk, when taken sick that garment has become nssoclntrd with the name of the mnlndj. Young women resent this America's Two (ircstot Shows In oneOrand, Impcti 1, Colossal Comhlnatlin. for It Is senseless, thej say, L nnd It serves In n manner to reflect on J A. Bailey, Peter Sell, i.ewls Sell. W W. Oole, Directors, General Oilier: Mndiion Square Uarclcn, New ork h , them, but the doctors answer that no reflection Is Intended. Some specialists hold that there Is a subtle kinship between the "silk wrist" n'nd the "ankle cold." The latter dlscnso confines Itself to young men. It them when, on sitting down, they thoughtlessly pull up their trousers very high, forgetful of tho fact that their extremities nre thinly clad In low patent leather shoes and very brilliant nnd expensive silk stockings. STANFORD, TUESEAT. OCT. If - ADAM FORBPAUGH SBLLSIBROTHBRS' war-whoo- p, piay-nous- seems that, after all, much of the public alarm as to the dnnger of the It Milk. speaks to them about their table manI'nrrelcome Itealltntlon, . ners or " "I invited Fuss Filklngton to go with "Hello, glrlsl" cried a voice from out ' me to hear one of the song recitals nnd the apple blossoms, "want to go and ) she refused point blank." live with the Thomas family, do you?" "Don't you know why? She was singand Harry Walling descended from the ing 'What Is Home Without u Mother' i old tree. ago ' in "It Isn't very nice to be listening, "i DON'T KNOW HOW TO SMOKE.1 a few nights he nnd her father rainothe and told her had just married Harry Walling," cried Vira, between Just as the girl w as about t o tnkc the cook." Cleveland Tlnin Druler. whom and the boy there was usually a pipe into her trembling hand, it d warfare. Synnnymuot, oice called from the dining Fogg For henven's sake, how- - much "I was there first, reading, when you room: more are you going to cat of that salad? came, Miss Propriety," responded Har"Well, sir, haven't you enrried your You've put awny a ry. "Yes, it was on Indian story," In of It alanswer to a qucbtion from his sister, fun nbout far enough?" ready. As Mr. Stephenson walked into the Nonsense. I've only "and how I wish I might have seen Fcndcrson some of those old warriors Pontlac.or room, both girls sprang Into his nnns, eaten a mouthful. while the Indian actually grew pale Newaygo, or " Fogg That's what I said. Harlem "Well, I didn't like them," stoutly af- under his coat of crmllllon paint. Vira Life, firmed Vira. "They were wicked and and Jessie could hardly beliete that the Up Hail. cruel and killed white folks nnd stole brnte chief, who had been ordering "Have you 'Married In Haste?' " she them nbout in such nsupcricr manner, children. If the biggest chief that ever of man behind the lived should walk Into this yard this was only Harry, dressed in nn Indian asked Inthe j'oung the bookstore. minute I would order him out as quick- suit which iui old chief had presented counter "I hnve," ho replied, "but if all right to his grandfather, many years bely as I could speak." now. I was divorced at leisure." Chi"And I would help you," assented fore. The pretended redskin looked cago Post, Jessie as the two strolled auay arm in exceedingly cheap at being Uncovered, arm while Harry seated himself to fin- and stammered that be expected ever) The tlrttrr-IUI- f. minute the girls would kuiw who he ish his story. Joggles Marriage Is the one union where a man should never go on a That afternoon while the girls wcie was. on the porch, Vira heard a determined ' "Besides," ho continued, "Vira strike. bragged that she would be so braie If Waggles That's so.- - If he does he knock at the kitchen door. No one else was in the house. She went into the she saw an Indian, I thought I would will find himself locked out by his wife. see what kind of stulTshewnsnindeof." hall nnd out through the dining-rooJudge. Jessie following close behind. She 'i "A joke played at the expense of a Special lintes. threw open the door, and there stood copule of girls, my boy," snid .Mr. "Do you make special terms to bridal an object which fairly froze the blood Stephenson, "neer contains any of the innocent-lookin- g In her veins. Towering far above her, elements of fun, and I am heartily parties?" asked the dressed In all the trappings which be- ashamed that you should do such n bridegroom. "Yes," replied the honest hotel clerk, tokened a prince among red men, stood thing. A man, and a boy as well, should an Indian chief, looking darkly at the alwuys defend helpless womeu nnd "we alwnys charge 'cm double rates." Ohio State Journal. young girls, too." girls. Jessie and Vira both suffered from "Why why, good afternoon," gasped She Merely Atkril, , the fright they retched that afternoon, Vira. Mr. Hrnnscombo I see there arcovcr "Do," was the laconic response, nnd and ns a warning against any more 0 different secret societies in the Unit the Indian 6tnlked Into the kitchen, practical jokes, Mr. Wulllng inflicted n ed States. Bceralng to completely fill it by hit bevere punishment upon Harry. For Mrs. Branscombo Which five don't y had been looking for- towering height nnd broad shoulders, monUl8 i belong to? Chicago Dally News. ,sl1 IO U1 "uru lo 'U"n reserve-I- n j'ou "Ma home? Ia home?" he inquired, ' t'on' co miles distant from High Hanks, a guttural tone. Vnlmilite Advice. "No, Mr. Indian," spoke up Jessie, ' but hls iather ,old hlm he collltl "My wife nlivajs consjlts me about tnko that trlI "luring tho spring vnca-nn- d every artlclo of attire she buys frocks, braiely, "Uncle Harry Is downtown, If jou want to see hlm you better ' "oni D"use of the unwarranted fright hats, shoes, gloves cverj'thing. ,ie K116 '' sister nnd plnyinate the Sut-go right down there." "My wife docs, too; that Is, she asks "Lir white squaw 'fraid?" he urun n,'nioon tliey kept house. De- - me for tho money." Hrooklj'n Life. laughed, scornfully. "Me much bljr trolt Free Tress. Pulltlcal Caution. chief. MeNewnygo. Me kill tree, four Ilev. Oottlleb C. II. Hoshknrl, I). I)., "Mary, how do you feel about this TITLES THEY ALL WANTED. white men. Ugh!" And the Indian r pnstor of the, Second Lutheran church open-dooIdea?" laughed loudly, and then glared at the "Well, the open door Is all right, but of Chambersburg, Pa., bus undertaken girls so fiercely that they hung onto Disraeli's Little llronrt Mux of Letter Gave Hlm Lull of I think wo ought to have a to prove by Scriptural history that the each other In speichless terror. 1 jO ' r . '' v ' door, too." Chicago Hecord. Trouble. negro is not descended from Adam und "You Injun?" he suddenly asked, Hve and Is not the progenj- of Ham, looking sharply at Vira, nnd reaching A Cuute fur Surprise. I chanced to meet Mr. to feel her long black braids. "Dig afternoon in Whitehall, Disraeli one Do you but Is Darwin's missing link, llu "Ziw-ivjiwMiss Passe (In confidence) ? .U.J.. 2K ' -opposltu the scalp. Long hair. I'oce dark like In- home office, that the negro's main Hiipcrlorltj' and utter Blinking hands know, my dear, I am 20 jun." Miss Caustic What, still? N. Y. over the gorilla, orang-outanand he inrited me to come aud hate a chat "No. I'm not nn Indlun," returned with hlm in his World. j baboon Is thut he utters sounds that room at the girl, feeling that her life depended Downing street. private room red 10 In his lould bo Imitated nnd understood by Tale of Warm Affection, on her politeness to the chief. "I'm Mr. boxes by the dozen were piled up . II To wed tha girl who was his Carat Adum. Hence conversation ensued be.Wfaia lil Harry Stephenson's daughter." Was what the spark detlred; on dumb-waiteund on the top was . tween them. "No-You Injun. Me make jou In- perched a small box of lit told shout hit burning love. And then got promptly tlrul jun. My squaw learn you make bead leather, to which he pointed. It Is well -- Puck. A Hliighatnton (N. Y.) girl who vvus work and baskets and cook for Injun, known that as priino minister Mr. Disreported to be worth $20,000 received ugh!" and aguln the Indian's awful raeli, before he becaino Lord Deacons-fielDanueruui Sonic timet. 00 offers of marriage by mull within She I suppose you ore aware, Fred, laugh resounded through the kitchen. was extremely chary of the honU safe to an engagement Is a serious thing? "Me want eat," he grunted, after a ors that he conferred aud that his keen that Oh, yes. Why, some of them lend a week. And it upon tho saj' that they 2?V He were' all made moment's silence, pointing toward the powers of satire were never more hapbasis of true -v. "W i CvVi rziZii Siitir. Dm, cookstove. love. pily exercised In privato than nt the to marriage. Town Tonics. "What do jou want to cat?" polite- expense of aspirants for titles by whom The Philosopher. A Bible with celluloid covers has been lS.nfT..,r ly inquired Vira, us Jennie made a he was pitifully beset. "The big chair trust has been per- introduced In a New York police court, r'ar urpnlng in grandeur any previous pageantry, street tpectacle dart toward the wood hot, wheie kind-Hu- g or pubio "That little brown box," he said, , fected." bewildering in I rilliancy, gorgeous in glitter and Irri- wus ready to build a tire at supper "ghes me mom trouble than all its red "Well, there's still the ground to sit and every time the book is Islssed a poIn Its mnllllatloiiH. descent time. liceman removes with a wet sponge all uviguuutB. Cleveland Plain Dealer. ii cumuius "Coffee. Corn. I'oached corn," he marquises who want to be tellers hum on." .. CM.!.... mi possible disease germs, IV.tl.. Ti..i in- - oiiiuc, 11. I ll....ii dukes; from two i't'rioriiHini.-uluiiu umier AOsoli answered. Usually the Way, earls who want to bo inP'ouIsesj from Thut indignant Kansas husband who "Hut I don't know how to make good iscounts who want to be earls; from ly Wuterprool Tents. "Tommy," said the teacher, "what Is coffee," said Vira, with a sob. handcuffed n preacher whom ho acbarons who want to be viscounts or j meant by nutritious food?" S; Evening at 8; Doors Open One Hour Karllcr. Afterncx ti at M "Old squaw learn 111' Injun," he ( earls, and from, swarms of people, most I "Something to eat that ain't got no cused of running away with his wife aa Day, Diy snd Night Shows Alike. with a chuckle. Iteiui, I of whom I hate never heard of, who i taste to it," replied Tommy. made a mistake. He should huve hob- lG.UOOBtuU. Nights ua Light The unwelcome tUltor was dressed want to be made baronets or knights. I bled hlm. Iteveraa Kffect. In buckskin trousers, a gay flannel Hehlnd most of them stand their wives Admits To All The Combined Sho 4. One "So they finally froze Johnson out of The women of Detroit are collecting shirt and wore numerous chains and or their wives' sisters, who, in their ' Admission, M)c; Children UnJer Nino Years, 23c. symbols wound about his neck. His own language, 'will take no denial.' the company, did they?" money to present to Admiral Schley a "Yes And I never saw a hotter man Actually Hemved, Numbered Coupon Beato Will be Sold on the Day of Kxhlbltkn feet were encased in gayly beaded There will be many disappointments." in all my life." Indianapolis Journal. ' handsome sword and completo dreu at the Down Town Olllco, aoccasJHs, and be carried a large blan- London Telegraph. uniform, "Why, Jessie WalUngl" cried Vlrn, shocked at the frankness of her reply. "There are ten In that family, and they nre dreadfully poor." "I know it," complacently responded Jessie, "but what fun they have. They take their tame chicken right into the house, and they never have to keep their room tidy, nnd nobody ever know." Napoleon Jackson Is dc ole woman werrj sick, Hass? Bass Jones Yis; terrible gnawln' pain in de stumjackl Napoleon Jackson Wha's dc' causation? Bass Jones She jlst sua! hid her , false teethl narlcm Life. Woman's LnTliiBT Trait. Now In this net of trusts, alas! ralr woman plays her part; The summer gtr! lets no chance pass To syndicate her heart. Catholic Standard and Timet. ( good-nature- well-know- n half-gallo- n I I spread of tuberculosis through the drinking of milk Is unnecessary. For some years the station officials nt the P1-- ' W vatgHstD4all fiSssBsSaaar New Jersey experiment station hnve HAHhasL s been closely observing several ewii .i v cows, formerly part of the station's general herd. When the animals Coming Direct from ill Tremendous Trlumpt U Madison Squaro Garden, New York City, where it (llorioutly Conquered the Public and the Prest of tho Metropreacted under the delicate tuberculin olis Entire, Intact, Completo The same tuperb iho will bo extost, thej were not slaughtered, but actly and precitcly duplicated Itvererr act, feature aud dewere segregated and studied. They tail at the exhibitions hero. All other shows find that the milk .from these cows hat been tested and analyzed aguln nnd ngnin, but thus far no germs have been found In It. So that, from a scientific point of view, these cows have pro Jut'- think of It duced clean nnd healthful milk. One Two Menageries, Two Hippodrome. criticism on this achievement olnts Two Circuses, out that, although no germs have been Two Museums, Two Horse Fairs, Two Street Parade-- . found In the milk, it is not safe to say that tho milk has never contained anj. All united and merged 'nto one Vait, Mammoth, Magnificent, Knormout Acsrci:. lion, The germs may be found In unsuspected corners and In one milking and not of Magin another. The testing apparatus, too. in not vet perfected. The general effect of these investigations, however, Hero exaggeration flrvt mccta defeat and language cannot final fact. Here magm nltude and merit, alio and greatneM, quality and quantity, immensity and a to make the public much more com interest are twin giants of such ponderous troortlonit)iat they may fortable ns to its dally milk supply. not I measured by words nor gauged by the standards of any previous exhibitions in tho show hiitory An Kngllsh doctor who has been of the world much interested in the American operations against the Filipinos tells this story: "We haul just finished our breakfast one morning, and I was talking to President Schurmau. We were watching the weird manner In which the leaves of the sensitive plant opened and closed, when there was a jell, accompanied by the crack of a rifle and the whistle of a bullet. A soldiercnme running down the decline nt the rate of 25 knots, ns the Americans say. On asking him the cause of this energy Lion he held up his left hand, the Three llcrdi of Prodigious Performing I'.'ephanU. of which had been pierced by n bullet, leaving a neat circular opening 1-- 3 through the first phalanx. After being dressed he wanted to go on fighting, and was greatly nnnoyed because would not allow him to. "Taln't so much the durned porthole through tnc The Shows, Theatre, Oyuinattunia finger,' he said, 'as gets me on the rnw; and Arenas of the world all hare lieen deIt's .the losln'of all tho fun.'" c pleted of their Mar performers to the programme of tliii clrcui celThe maddest man In Platte count j,' ebration of tho last year of earth's grcnlnt Neb., lives nt Humphrey, lie attended century n social Utelj, and during the evening the ladles inaugurated a hugging bee, the proceeds to go to the Sunday school. Prices wero graded according to the person hugged. For Instance, for hugging n j'oung, Inexperienced girl, the Champion Athletes, Cliam4on Kqucstrlana, of both Scxcx. bidder had to give up ten cents, mar- Champion ArmhsK (liauiplon tlTiunanlH, ii Champion Acrmliitt, lJiiillihriit, Mini ried women brought IS cents, und wid- Champion Saltstnriallstx, Champion Kaivrs, m !& Champion ows a quarter. Well, the man was blind- Champion Hough Hitler. Chamnlnn lllccllK folded, and, giving up IS cents, he said Ciinuiplon lapers, Champion Conturtionltta, he would take a married woman. After And Ctiamplom In every Held of Skill and Strength and a Veritable he had hugged IS cents' worth the banof dage was removed from his ejes, anil lo und behold, he had been hugging lilt Kou tho Comic Soua Hand ouu wife. Then he kicked and wanted his IS cents back. tulicr-culou- Dwarfed by Compari son - Fully Realizing'the Wildest Dreams nitude. 1,000 Wild And Trained Animals. 300 Arenic Champions. Woodward's Seal and Sea Orchestra. 3 Rings, 2 Stages, Mile Track. 1 com-plrt- Two Many Champions To Be Named. Congress Champion Cachinatory Clowns. 1 GRAND FREE STREET PARADE -- g 011-cl- rs tmmm&ttti&JL; mt. -t Ml I P II I a Virri w fawn-colore- d I d, '.' $,Z'h? Tlt-Blt- s. Ticket T rtErf Hiv LIE INTERIOR JOURNAL o.anfokd.'Ky., Q. Hi: ATI NO stores of all Sires and Many makes of shoes, but Conn At Llllard hnvo )ostK)ned their Prices nt Warren As Shnnks'. good ns legler Hros'. shorthorn snlo to Nov. 14(h. - Oct. 6, 1899 Walton, JJushuwi Manaokh. ! materials combined with hi? s. sk III and accuracy Insure good uiu. No other mothods aro over jd In our prescription work. Penny rujj Store. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Iil I i t CHURCHES AND PREACHERS. Mlt. A. M. I'knci: In quite sick. . .CK IIkazlky has been appointed Gcorgo West, of Danville, has been d.. i Attestor. awarded the contract for building and : I ma, to tho wlfo of Grconbcrry furnishing tho new Methodist church child. r ht, 11 boy, their second at Blizabethtown. I HH KLOIIELLK Hrown, of Mt. Vcr- At Washington, Ind., Lafayette Everything from Infant's Cashmere Cloaks to Misses. Largest nnd Utj . m lii wittfMri. Dr. K. J. Brown, Thomas, a wollto-d- o farmer, was di11 .. most vailed assortment wc Imve ever shown. New Fiingrs. of Adair, Is Braids, f'lt. II. U. .TliritMAN, rv rellablo nurseryman, II. P. vorced from his wife last month, but GOV, McCKHAUY, That the Idol of the Mow Knots and Satin Folds, Xew Hft Embroidered Satins and Moiiseline V.lng bis n'ophow, W. Bulloy Hill. of Lexington, tells our tho old lovo was not extinguished and Lincoln county democracy, will sic:ik Hlllcnmeyor, 2n for Yokes. )lt. J. W. HliYAST has moved to Iho for tho tlekot hero next Monddy, begin- readers that ho has everything In his Tuesday thoywero remarried. vaeutcd by Rev. H. H Mahony. ning nt 1 o'clock. line, which ho will sell on a guarantee jwto Tho ladles of tho Christian church Ho has no agents. Write directly to nro requested to meet at tho church on MI.S9IMFANNIKSHANK8 and Doll la Laac Hamilton sold to II. P. him, Sale. Saturday next nt 3 o'clock to arraneo cRobcrts have returned from Rich-on- Houton tho Hall property In I lowland j THE great Blks' Fair and BxpoMtlon a dinner for tho county cooperation for about fj0. Ho nlso sold hi in n MltH. J. W. ALCOitS and daugh tcr Monday, with a meeting to bo held on tho 25th. will open at Loulsvlllo building lot thoro. Hov. J. II. Dow has Just closed a most Uses Annlo and Mary, aro to Louls-lgrand parado of organizations, lloats, revival nt Old Goshen I AM back from tho cities with ono of A:c. You can go to tho city on ono faro successful MKB. J. C. IIOKTOS went to Columbia tho handsomest lines of millinery goods for tho round-trithnt dny, also on tho church, this county. Sunday afternoon 27, who had raado the good confession, tnfUv tn vlilt Mrs. Jam?t O. over brought to btanford. Call In. i:i, 18 and 21, at tho same rate. wero immersed In Salt River In tho Mrs. Kato Duddcrar. .tiom, Leo Cut Off. Jack Turner, who presenco ol l.uoo to 1,500 people ..Ins. J. L. Hobk, of Shelby City, A: N. will sell round-triL. As ied up to Corbln to organize a hlvo The L. Bransvlllc, Ind., Oct. pIMO, worked for somo time In tho over by N. Anderson News. a tickets to olllco at Rowland, was run A split on political lines wero barely Maccabees. .lit. II. M. MOSS, of Garrard, passed good till IS, at ono faro, on account of witch englno In a yard near Nashvlllo averted In tho ami ono of his legs was cut ofT. Mr. at Washington over a resoluough Wednesday to tho Mlddlosboro tho reunion of tho Illuo and Gray. T irnor married a daughter u( tho lato tion favoring arbitration between Great .Irand Midway. Notice to Taxi'aykks Your taxes Miss Mamik I'owjxu of Lincoln, Is aro duo. Please call at my olllco and ddorgo Wells, of Junction City, who is Britain and tho Transvaal. A comprollefore purchasing your winter footwear it would bo to your Interest to seo our hero. mise resolution was adopted expressing different lines. In Gents' Kid. C. K. Powell. settle .Ulng her brother, wear wo havo some of the best goods ever brought to this at once. Wo aro needing the ui to bopo for a peaceful and early adjust- market, such ns Antral Record. monoy badly. S. M. Owens, sheriff. Viscolized Calf, Hunting Shoes nnd Calf lined boots. 4 The ctlty council did llltlo at Its ment of tho trouble. Wai.tkh O. SAUNRKRS went to Now meeting lust night except to allow a Miss Jahiiok Is heni after n two few uceounts and apiolnt extra policeivcn yesterday to tako chargo of tho LETTER FROM REV. S. M. RAN- weeks' stay tn Cincinnati, with n nlca A: N'. olllco at nights. men for circus day. Pour wero named, KIN. H. H. Mauo.s'Y has moved his lino of Fall millinery, which all aro In three of whom nro to act, nnd nro as ii:v. nlly InU) his new nnd pretty homo vited to inspect. Miss Llcolo C. Hcaz-lo- y. follows: H. G. Jones, Tom Parmer, H. Washington, Oct. 4. Plcaso In jour paper taat there will bo potlto Judgo J. W. Alcorn's. T. Lewis and Put Gcer. preaching at tho Presbyterian church .lKSSUB. W. II. IISUEiiwoon. Lu-- r Ml'Blt'ALB The children of Mlis IN tho case of E. K. Wilson, tho Lon-do- n r rlduy at 7 i M. We aro having n' Underwood and Frank Holtzeiow musl- lawyer, charged with tho murder splendid and helpful meeting of noblo Andnarael Calf Shoes, Hoys,' You'hs and little Gents' black Axton Shoes, Misses' attending the Mlddlesboro Pair Nora Phllllpi' school will rIvo a and ttilldren's School Shoes, Ladfcs' heavy solo, extension edge, made by Krippcn-dor- f, calo at Goshen this ufitmoon, to which of Mary Cloyd, an agreement wns men here. This is tho council of tho ,. Midway. Wittmnn & Co., on lasts from A to EE lie surn to up wo acknowledge tho receipt of un Invi- reached betweon tho attorneys on both alliance of all tho Prcsbjterlan Iu. II. M. Moffktt fulled to cot to tation. sides to transfer the caso to Rockcastle churches of tho world, and represents ufllolont number of Wilson believes ho about 25,000,000 of people. Some 12 circulating library nnd has Riven I HAVE rented tho blacksmith shop county for trial. tho attempt. unJcr my tin shop and with G.P. Uam could not get Justice In Laurel because nations aro represented hero now. Many line and inspiring speeches havo lit. ASH Mil. W. B. Cl.Kl.ANl), who scy to run It, feel that I can oiler you of prejudice existing ngulnsl him. been made, and many good sermons ve been visiting their daiiRhter, Mrs. good work. Give mo n share of our No Cause. Mr. Luther Underwood, preached. The president of our nation llefore you buy. G. Kastland', huvo icturned to their patronage. J. T. Jones. father-in-laof Mr. J. D. Miller, gavo tho council a reception. I was In Mercer. no no causo Mlt. A. C. Sine, the lumber mnn, los-o- s says tho family can ascertain presented to Mr. und Mrs. McKlnloy VaIT. J. C. Ki.MOlti:, wlfo nod hand-o- n so much of his drcsned lumber by whatever for his suicide. Ho was not, and ate Ico cream and cako at their sons, Cljde and John, of Jcllleo, as tho papers slated, low spirited on actheft that ho has been forced to build a table. Dr. Tulmage and wlfo also gavo j)cd over with friends while return-frohoute to storo it In. It Is on tho old count of inability to get work, becauto a reception, nnd wo all enjoyed tholr Naihvlllo he had a J 73 a month job with tho Lex- hospitality. t. JOHN Shanks, of Stanford, who Commercial Hotel lot nnd will huvo a ington transfer company. Ho had plen, attending Kentucky University capacity of throo Tho council was given an excursion ro ty of everything, und was on tho most . who ha been quite sick, IsMmprov MY room Is small, but precious things ufTectlonato terms with his wlfo nnd down tho Potomac to Mt. Vernon nnd . Lexington Ucrald. aro put up In small ackagcs. Don't children, who know no reason for his it made our hearts throb with patriotic emotions to walk through the yards and t. I'CTF.it W. Cautkic returned think jou iiro In tho way when you act. Mr. Underwood went over and Illchmond yesterday and ashl comu to see mo. There's always abun brought tho remains hero for Inter- homo of tho great Washington. filter, Miss Maude, who Is sick danl room and a hearty welcome for ment and tho family will likely remain Tho Dewey reception brought a vast ,,re' re, Is fast Improving. Buy Uneedi Biscuits, Uneeda Ginger Wafers, Drummei Lunch HNcuits, multitude to tho city. I saw tho sword my friends. Mrs ICato Dudderar. nt his home. olJ presented to him by Mr. McKlnlcy. C. CAKSON, Gcorce, John nnd -. ' Fit UK Teachers or school boards S. M. Rankin. ry DoUord will utslsl the RrodKilled in Uattlk. Lieut. Haydcn Cordially yours, , band In making music for tho will bo supplied with frco copies of the Y. Grubbs, of tho Cth Infuntry, was Gcorgo Washington Lowry, aged 5.1, latest county maps of Kentucky und killed In a recent engagement In the bocuo at that place tomorrow. I'KTTCS, of Crab Orchard, Tenncssu, fur ueo in Lincoln county Philippines. Ho was graduated at tho and a widower, and Miss Minnie VlU.C. Beef, wero married at More-lanlow prescription clerk n tho old schools, on application to W. II. military ucademy In tho class of lSDd, Chandler, i'l, yesterday. Beef, ; Beef, tho druggist and book seller. and served with tho 13th and the nth ikson drug storo at London and his William S.iyro. a widower of l.'l, and .ploycrs nro mighty well pleased with Infantry. During tho Spanish war ho -- President SpenNot Contkolleu. Mrs. Emllcno Moore, u widow of 47, Sliced Ham, Deviled Ham, I'ickte, Olives, Homc-Mad- c Cheese, Ac, From served in Cub as lieutenant colonel of ui. had. ty cer, of tho Southern railroad, says that tho 2d United States volunteer infan were married by Judge J. P. Bailey at Sam Kmiiiiy.Jii., who hn Cincinnati Southern Is not controltho lid fever, has suillolenlly recovered led by his road, and that It will not be try. Ho had been In the Philippine tho court house yesterday. Tho $20,000 Matron Sukei at Morris drlvo to town. James H. Gentry, operated ns n i.trt of tho system. The only n few weeks. Tho lieutenant was wero won by Indian Fairy, with has been sick so long, Is no better, building of B. Grubbs, of Bojle, Park j tho road to McKlnnoy will, u son of Capl. W. Redpiith second und Runaway Girl tSTTry Grape Nuts. Yonwill like it E. T. Bcazloy nro sorry to say. therefore, not bo Interfered with, even and u brother of Mrs. Tho rnco wus worth $17,000 to uud of Prof. B. L. Grubbs, who taught third. diss HirrriK U:vis went up to Llv. If wo get tho Southern. the winner, $3,S00 to tho second horso rston yesterday, where sho will have tho public school here. tomorrow, Sat-lar millinery opening It Is only u month till tho election Walton. Tho Hanover, Va., Her- und $2,200 to tho third, the remainder being divided umong tho nominators. Mlw Minnie Straub, of this and pruUu thu Lord tho bolters havu't Beef on the hoof went up to 7c Monald, edited by Mr. W. U. Walton, l.uo will assist her. .co, very much longer to abuse their su STAKFOllD.KY. ostcrduy for permr Senator Goobol. Thoso who of this olllco, tolls of tho death of his day nt tho stock yards, which U tho Miss S.M.UB Cook loft William Shclton, l'rvHident. Mr A. W. Wulton, at his homo highest since lb02 and tho highest Oo whvllle, whoro sho will make her aro not already republicans In disguise utber, Primary, Preparatory, Academic and Collogiite Departments, Music, Art, Elocu was an tober price since 1SSI. This prico of .mo, much to tho regret of her many will bo heartily ashamed of themselves near Ashland, Va. Deceased . MI.h Jresln when I hey sue what n good governor undo of tho writer, who held him In 7c wus for somo Illinois cattle, which on aiuI 'ind I'uysical Culture. 31st Year begins Sopt. 4th. Send for c.italogne to linn alitor. MRS NANNIES SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. supremacy over tho IndiWf- Mr. Goubul makes. Better gut In tho most loving esteem. We wero asso- gives them t, will follow In a week or so. ciated In business for several years and ana cattlo that brought U 1)0 10 days ....... I.t.,1 .1 lntti.t .. bund wngon now. It's now or never tho atTectlon in which wo held him as ago. Chicago Record. jm her son, John II., tho other day, with you Iron Fence. an undo grew nlmost to that of u lovo Cypress Shingles Ho In China. d ho Is now at 11 port THE court of claims was in session for a father. Ho was an old timo VirSAM JONES AT LANCASTER. ono of Undo Sim's men of war, thrco days, with Judgo lhilley und c.i ginia gentlemen, who made friends of Robinson and Swlncbroad received a d hns been In tho navy slnco tho Justices J. A. Singleton, W. D. Walliu, with whom ho wus thrown. letter, Thursday afternoon, stating ( caking out of tho war. Luneu'ter W. A. Cotfoy and J, II. Raines presunt ovorjono . Many people In Puluskl county will re that thelr acceptance of tho projio-sltio- n ecord. 7 Thu claims havo not been full footed member "Undo Audrow" as a whole-soulto havo Rev. Sam Jones lecture Mlt. J. II. MlLLRii has roturncd from up, but Clerk G. 11. Cooper tells us man, full of Innocent fun, und Mill Work. ea.nlne, where ho found demoerucy they will not exceed $15,000, which Is always ready to crack a joko or listen hero on tho 18th, was received first and Metal Roofing. ho will lecture hero on thu night of Kfod shape. Hon. Wlllurd Mllehell $.'1,000 loss than last year, notwithstand to ono. Ho was in line a Christian Wu should all attend und Jd him that ho lmd just returned ing tho small-K)claims amount to gcnllcman, who served tho Lord, loved that day. gut tho bo no lit of tho powerful manner m a speaking tour of tho 1st, 2d and nearly 2,000. Dr. W. J. Bdmlston's T""tahis follows and got all tho good tbcro Is tn which ho battles aguinst tho world, districts, nnd that they wero In tlno elulm for uttendanco on small-po- x Four pa out of life. Pcucu to his noblo soul und Mesh und tho devil. u full vote. .nlltlou to glvo tho ticket tients Is 3b27.75, Dr. Steele Hallcy's sympathy for his dear wlfo and chil- tho Fast IpJM&NeflLsi. J. S. IlOCKKU und John Ilrlght, ofg $255, Dr. J. D. Pettus'SWl, Dr. L. U. dren. luves-,atlnTrains (TciNCINNAlfN lanford, wero In Danvillo today Cook's $20 und Dr. W. II. O'Uannoo's TO... Expansion. In his Ingenious and railroad matters. They say $50. In addition to this oest houses, iy can show tho surveyors two or nurses, drugs und medicines huvo to bo convincing lectures on "Iho Identity Wp " ireu magulllcent routes betweon this paid for. J. S. Owsley, Jr., wns allow- of tho Lost Tribes of Israel with tho Till ItltiB Un Nuntfilra otlrr ecrtlInK (or orthard. Uwn amlgirdeu. Full sttxk of Iruli snl Race," Rev. Gcorjjo O. uruamtuul Invs tyand tho capital of Lincoln, and ed $125 as commonwealth's attorney. Anglo-Saxo- n iirai, mull fruit. aiisirnKtif, lev also feel very ininh encouraged In Judgo Uulloy and Attorney Helm were Barnes takes strong grounds for ox aliruiHiuiui vicryuuu noktpi Hi iuiii an tiaiiiii mpul n employ MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS ajimi. iriiiiTt If II K.lllLll NiikYkR oil apillratluu lo uppolntcd a committee to view tho panaton and says that although McKln.0 belief that they will got tho rond tjDlSVTO exvtaa, Kr lilf (iliuuo i,'l, , Is built. Advooato. Is not loy Is a poor und wcuk sort of a pi esl pikes nnd If tho appropriation k day, 3 trains on Senday. 4 trslni vcry IT'- jmmlf 7 LX t SS22g.) sweep tho country with sulllcloiil to put them In good repair, dent, ho will IMllmsn snd Wsgner Sltpa rss.. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Vr.ttUlW.l to appropriate more money for them, that policy, because It is ordained of on night ttalliK BO YEARS- I' lMilor Curs on ilay tiulba. sa $& EXPERIENCE uny left. Rowland put In u God that tho whllo man shall occupy vS If there As Curler's." AUEl) shells ut Heazly elulm for f SU for tho lumber tho coun - thu waste pluces and christianize them. 4 trains eviry 0 liilm eiy wccVlajr to CHICAGO INDIANAPOLIS L vr. your coal huuleu wnuo It is ty sold from tho fence along tho pike, Tho acquisition of tho Philippines Is 3 traina oil Sondjy 4 trims en Simily to our grand opportunity, not to embruco Baugbman As Co. but. It wus rejected und tho town will j J. II. Vrtlibutrd trains, Stinlarl and Compa'tiiitnt which would bo to lly In tho fuco of thu tako an uppcal to Iho circuit court. jlir.iiK Car IVlIT Can, unu Cafe Dining Cats. '. t Rent. Seven room residence Tho salaries of county judgo, county living God. Bro. Barnes rcud Rud ., i uiu street. W. 1 '. Wulton. Tradc Marks Kipling's "Tako up thu Whlto attorney und school superintendent yard dcsionb u rue nesr is rue chcpcst Man's Burden" In concluding his Copyrights Ac .Foil shoos, huts und geul's furnish- wero tlxod ut tho sumo us last year, aUlch nd description and said the grand poem seems DificalT aenillnt our u.lnu.n Ire whethsrma; A: Lanier, Dan-l- $800, $C0O and $800 respectively. Au an aawtalrr es go to Caldwell julviiuble. ordor was passed ullowlug all who owe utmost Inspired. Tho good ovungelist luVsutiiii ooiiodeiitul llauabuoaComrauulca-Ikm- a ou 'ateuu alilMi Sftorflianu, aleuia. poll tax to work It out on tho roads, If loft Wednesday for Somerset, where "iteute Oldest Ihroulh for .ffur.nlCo. tecclTe Munu A f takeu 7tjeufritiny, iNTKltlOll Jouit- they doilro, ut C0c a day. Magistrates ho will preach 10 days uud than possi ipetuti notUt, without tbame. In tbo ,K y 7elefratiy. " is only i a your casu. iteuiuuiuv, who havo boon seeing after tho pikes bly go to Lancaster. It will do Hi Scientific American, IKa1, good unless "they have sot their A handtemelr llluttraled weekly. wero allowed I- - a duy for thou- - service. fiend for candl-lut- o Thomas Dallon was made keeper of tho megs," to hear Hio. Barnes' sweot gosJOHN Mauhhali., (hlalogut Jju(fiVtt(e?fy for lieutenant governor, Is tilled town clock at $M a year. Tho court pel und to learn of him who has spent KUNN&Co.38,B''d"'' New York V M, WsulDlou. P.O. a llfo time In search of tho truth. llrsucb speak hero ut 10 o'clock next Mouduy then adjourned till Dec. ii. court ilny? Go to Tlin L. .t N. will glvo a rato of H Severances A; Sons' for your shoes. fares from London to Stanford nnd In termediate jKilnts to Ilrndhcnd tomorOTlt tonus uro strictly cash on coal row on account of tboUoebel speaking. nnd feed. Do not atk (or credit. J. II. Daughman fc Co. Don't forgot that tho L As N. will ticket to Mlddlessell you a round-tri- p Wi: hani caramel eerenl, substiliilo boro today and tomorrow ul ono fare for coffee, and grnnola, a health food. $.1.7 on account of tho Pnlr nnd Mid Hlgglns .V McKlnnoy, ' way. m lis Tin: Inst L. As N. $1 2." round-tri- p of HOYS wIlTbavo their fun, but nono tho tentoti to Cincinnati Sunday. but a foul hoy would work us hard ns Twolvo hours In the city. ihoso did last night, carrying olT signs, IlKAIt HlH. Judge II. J. Hrcckin. wagons, A.C., for tho llltlo fun there Is rldgu will speak nt tho Mlllcdgevlllo In that sort of buslnc. scboolhouso nt 710 f. JI. Oct. 18. Denny's a Dennis. J. B. Portman, Stock your winter coul now, prices who was at Danville jcslcrday, says nro advancing and tho probability now that Gcorgo Denny rlped and snorted Is that delay will cost you high. J. II. toannudlcnco thcro of not oxccedlng 75, most of them Negroes. Haughman As Co. COMl.s'o to town s Sons. In his siK'cches for tho dcmocrntlc party Hon. Letcher Owsloy, of Lancas-- . tor, pays tho iNTEtuoit JOUHNAL and the Owensboro Mcsiongor a high compliment by saying that they aro thdl only two papers In tho Stato that ho! can recall which always support hcort-ll-y tho democratic ticket and light to tho Inst ditch for the party's success. Mr. Owsley Is not only n good speaker but proves himself a good judgo of newspapers. r y:iMWait Don't I'ntll our lines of Dress Goods, i&j1,fLfylQ1&rrfMfY-'t'- ' "1 I Cloaks and Furs Arc picked over, but como and let in show you now. In nil this week. Cloaks coming CHILDREN'S CLOAKS, i d. SEVERANCE A SOWS. o. m p m WINTER FOOTWEAR m well-kno- m Ffosfieim's Patent Leather sub-crlb- cr THESE GOODS . JOHN P. JONES. car-load- s. TOO HOT TO COOKJ n-e- rp d Rece'ption Flakes, White Satin Soda Wafers, Blue Grass Beaten Biscuits, Fresh Crackers, Roast Corn Chipped HIGQINS & McKINNBY. 1 y. Stanford Female College, 1 'AsCSlNE, ed i STANFORD, Ky. !zS x TREES, TREES 9L 1 mm W Toledo, Detroit can-Iuk- ii ttr&Z:m 1 itirnrcn wcak-di- y lec-tur- o. m Twlce-u-Wco- k 'tyarfHmMwx i any-bod- 'wS' MmMwmzfA ksstMlli) . iflltill lliliJMftlWililitliTiiiii "frm f"'- - - liiiiinikniniir iiiiniiinrtiiiiiiiiwiKiin m ijliA,14A' m "-- ,. eGEr r 4 JOINT TEACHKUS' ASSOCIATION. BLACK FISH STHANDED. X HUBBLE. ISL- La If r I. !! J!F HI M liL r ("pedal representative of OF TIIFJLI Otf SANUIEL II ro. Maaicc, of tho Baptist church Tho joint teacher' Association bold FIFTY-SI11.23 HOUND TIM l AND. In the Baptist church at Waynesburg, GUnER, WU0OELL' & CO, at Lancaster, will preach at tbo Chris TO LOUISVILLE it HETUHN Whllo hero Bro. Barnes, who Is a tian church hero Sunday at.1 o'clock. Merchant Tailors, 117 West 7th Street, between tho counties of Lincoln, PuCincinnati, O , PabUibd7uaaln7a su&d. 7xlclaYW laski and Casoy, came, ofT with n largo great fisherman, gave us sevoral letters Flnloy Purdoin has sold his farm on TO LEXINGTON A 11I71TIIN AT Will display Pample at the Pi Asnidi Hotel VIA attendnnco of teachers and school of that ho wrote to Will Barnes' papor Itolllng Fork to Bud Longston, and ho In Ctanford on (he 33th of F.ach Mnnlh IN KEN RAILWAY ficers from tho thrco counties. There when ho was publishing onentSanlbcl. has bought near Brodheud. Both will SOUTHERN $1 work. A All garment fitted on. nt. TUCKY, SUNDAY, O0T. inwith I liU method of move soon as thoy can got possession. seemed to bo n marked degrco of en- They will Interest tho plecotorlnlly I mlitlt la an linpunsltilllly sopaldroa.O will bs charged. Joing uusiuess. i.sn aim riatnino latest This community was shocked to hear thusiasm on tho part of every member clined especially nnd bo rend with M Train on lliirgln llritnch, that dale, will Sample Fail and Winter, IW-IMof tho association as each ono contribu- plcaetiro by all clistcs. Hero Is tho of the death ot J. I) Miller, of Lex be held for connection of tain Irnring ington, so hero, and all ted all In bis or ber power to mako tho tlrstof them: at 7:15 r. t. JT. Quito an out of tho way occuronco send sympathy to his good wife and Loiilsvlllo association a grand success. Wm. II. Taylok, A. 0. P. A. i rippled over tho quiet How of life on children. The program as was previously anUndortnlcor, IHilavllln, Ky. DIME Most all of tho raulo colt havo found Kentucky nounced in tho periodicals, In most our lsiami last friuay. i snoat oi Hustonvillo, parts, was carried out; thcro bolng on mighty monsters ot tho dcopran axhorc homes at good prices Georgo Wood KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Offers his serein, to th penpl. of West UlcoU 50 of them In all and nover rejoined returned from Cluy and J.nckson WedW-sKTTIElIly an absentee or two from each coun and Cy counties, full stuck of CoinnssnJCask. D . (tsalwayson hand. Ko. S Arrrlrcsat Stanford at I'M A. ty. Though tho association seemed to their native olemont. After skirmish- nesday with 175 cattlo. T. C. Uankln S.10 A. X. top prices In cash for 1 And willing to U.S. Carpenter. Msnaffr. Ho. 4 Learn Stanford at regret their absoncc, yet thero wero ing with several cyclopedias that gavo sold D. N. Prowltt somo fat hogs at Chickens, F.KR,uivI'mthm. Pucka. Uecwe-No. 21 Arrrtes at ltowland at 11:00 tat. 2.M r. u. Loaiea Stanford at no satisfaction, I ran my fish down In 3,63. John Hoblnson cold him somo Turkers. (llnvnc Yrlluw ltn.it. Hw W. ho.M waiting "ready" hands and "willing" and Cupper, all shoals at 3c. Moru wheat and grass Is IIMMof Alsokind. In In tho lira. Iron wool, hearts eager to contrlbuto anything In that suporlatlvoly cxcollent manual KMOXVILLE DIVISION. market for n III Hones. "Aldeo Manifold" from which I being sown hero than has been for Sco me nnd gti mv price twfiiro selllnic. and their power to Impart to their lt Mam Ho. 21 Train going North . l.ill Ret tho spirit ot kindlier feeling transcribe "IJIack Flsb.narao variously years and tho land Is la better shapo at J.Sit casn. Ilncketat jnr iicniiunricn. .. 2 41 a m . " Ptore, " " Ulnsburg. He. D1SNTIST, ..13.13 kin for ono another and moro earnest de- applied; often to a species of tho mam than It has over been. Jstnei Wilmot " South . " It. KO II I. WON o. U52pm o.H " In mallan dolphin and porpolso famlly;thu has had two yearlings to dlo of blick votion to the causa held so sacred Forallll'olnta. Hlimiord Memory's urn by every true teacher. Globlccpbalus Intermedins of tho At- leg. DINK FARHEIl KOTJOU TICKrTTS BOLD. MJIXJLUU lien Hughes and family havo gono to la a candidate for Jailer, subject In the acThe entertainment given in tho eve lantic coast; ordinarily 15 IS feet in HAGUAUE CHECKED TnitOUOn. ning by the teachers, was enjoyed by length, and yielding from 10 gallons to Cincinnati to keep a boarding house, tion of tho democratic party. He aollrlta For any Information enquire ol all who attended, and quitoa handeomo 10 barrels of oil, worth M to $10. They and run some teams. I'd Miller writes our support. JOB S. BICE, Agent, MI8S EVELYN TAKDIP. Stanford, Ky. sum of money was raised to lncrcaso swim In largo schools, at times several us ho will bo at homo In November to aro to vote for Goobel. In our trip through FARM FOR SALE. tho district library at tho Wayncsburg hundred, and, If r.ot Tho Soamstross. CINCINNATI. FBAKKFORT AND often driven In shora by fishermen and Pulaski, Casey and Kussoll counties no j district. Contain I OS acre nnd Is In a splendid Plain and Fashionable Jewing Cutting and 7 A. u. and 2:40 r. v., Tralna leare Frankfort at The work of tho association having captured. They feed on schools of val- Brown men wero found. Tho chestnut, statu of cultivation. On the lllack pike, IS Fitting a ypvclally. Water Works ft oanecttng at fleorgetown with U. A C. and reach-- 1 More-lana. m. and 6H0 r. M. Lea" l'arlt now been completed, It then adjourned uable food fish." Thus far Aldon, and chinquapin and pawpaw crops are a mile from HustonTlll" and IS from Paris lias on It a dwilllng of Urn rooms ttSHS A. M. and 5:20 P. M.,connectln st and each teacher returned to his or her the description ts so exact, that I have falluro also. James Rogers and family and ROtxl tenant Iioum-- . Ih sides neeesunry W. S. BEAZLEY, 1). D. S., with Q. A C. and reaching Frankfort A. u. "i'35srH kewtoj,. A. 0. P. A. school with renewed hopes and deter- no doubt of tho Identity of our strand. aro visiting his sister In Mercer coun- outbuilding. Splendid orchard, good well two springs. Terms rasr. aLniiciiHtcr. Ky. minations and abovo all an approving It is a "black fish" emphatically; ty. Dr. Herring reports Luther Sutton and W II WRIOIIT. QUEEN & CRESCENT. consclen'tt for having made another Nothing but blnck from head to Ull, Improving slowly from his severe attack Tcoth Extracted Without Pain I step forward In the grnnd march of back, sides, belly all of tbo Intcnscst of typhoid fover. jctlon City u follows: Tralna paw With Vitalised Air. Physician Id attend- 11pm A. 8. PRICK, H. 1 South .,12 02 p m No. 2 North-- 4.34Sam education. Below Is given a ropy of black. No scales; skin of velvety 1160 ra "4 " ancc. WOMAN. IUSCOVr.UKO 11V Ho.1 " " -- .lS4pm tho resolutions as reported by the com smoothness and sheen; tapering from Another srcsl dlwoterr hssAbeen made, anJ that " 112.1am Xa.S " Office Id the New Thompson Itulldlnte. 7 Surgeon ' 600am mittee on same. J. S. Cooi'EK, Pros. . 8 0apm "10 Its bend decidedly "Globlccphalus" ' H9 'Illwsj fasleunl loo, lira lady In lids country Dentist, Nun. 1 and 2 do not atop. J and 10 run no rur- 5fflffiSvJ to tho slender but powerful tall, ending lis clutches ujiun heraod for seven years sh withW. II. Durham, Sec'y. stood lit seTerrst tests but ber sllal organs were ther Uian Junction City. For on resolutions, with fiukes nearly thrco feet across, undermined ami death seemed Imminent. could Stanford, XCy. We, tho committee months High dorsal fin; eyes like n hog; blow thrrsleep. Sheshe couched Incessantly, and T. KAi;:is:o, rr:;rlt:r., beg leavo to submit the following: fiuslly discovered a way to not Kim's New OCteCTe' Mcltotorts Pru( Store In th Owsley boles back of tho head; general appear IJIHHjTerypurchasing of us a IwtUeof lr so 1. That we, the teachers of this as IIIIIMICI firConumitlon, and was much AT DEJOT. BRODHEAD, KY. night, on sociation, tender our thanks to tho ance that of ft raltlaturo whale; teeth and with tsklmr Dotd..., Hut she slept ail curvl. m two lollies, hss Iwen anulutely J LIVERY, FEED AND SALE peoplb o! Woynesburg for tho generous Hko thoso of a porpolso, rouod, blunt, Ikr name Is Mrs. Luther Luis ' Thus wrlus V OPTIONS ON FAR&.S Hot Hotel n th mountains, riles mnill.re-abovo C llsuinhk.t. Co.,ofMiclliy. S ('. Trlsl lollies IVrters ruest all trains. iuelsl stteailon 1j trie. STABLE, hospitality, which wo have received at but set In close, formidable rows free, st Penny's bruf More, ltculsr slaeSOc and cling men, and bolow; an inch or moro in length, II. Kvery Isitlle guaranteed. WANTED. - - KENTUCKY. thejr bands. DANVILLE, JOII. II. CASTI.rVAX, AllTIIL'llll. l.tMIIUst 2, That wo tender our thanks to the and furnishing tho semicircular mouth, I would on Rood fartni IIHICKI.'IHIINJE (jASIl.tllAK, with Its expanse of n foot or more, a SPECIAL KATES VIA SOUTHKHN In Lincoln like to tako options and particuHorses nnd Mulca constantly on hand and church oUlcials for the uso of tho build County. For term KAILWAa. for sale at all times. WM LANIKJItAF. shuddering capacity to hold Its prey. lar address ing during the meeting. KriRcr, Ky. Loulsvltlo Industrial Exposition, When the cyclopedia informed mo 3. That the association appreciates Fair, Midway Carnival and Fes by Misses Goocb, that it proys upon valuable food Qh, Street the services rendered Ono faro round trip, Oct. tival of Lincoln County Whyland and others In furnishing mu- and when a little calculation gavo mo U, 13, IS Fire. 21; limited two days exand an approximate estimate of tho enor sic for tho occasion. wllh th. unit flolddust horse salo. National Bank. 4. That wo, the teachers of Casey, mous number of cdlblo creatures re- clusive of dato of12, 14, 11 fares round ivniblned ruad.ter combinedsadcslll.horseroisteredpopa-Is- r lis msslut the strains of harness snl Jersey and sll HI, 17, ltf, 20, trip Oct. 10, 11, o. siMI. sss, headed by th Inbred lVdmllull, Pulaski and Lincoln counties, mako quired to satisfy tho voracious appeStock.lllOO.OOO,' Capital limited two days exclusive of date of sir Pedro JIS7 so.l dam Infanta IVnlro Majursni 56 monsters, that lay helpthts a permanent organization, and tites of tho a.Vi wrrstwoorMr luwrs winaios sweaise salo. 8uocernor to The Farmers Bank A Trust Company tn rsir Mnorinurns sr youna that wo hold our next meeting at such lessly flapping on our beach, otFriday Wm. II. Tuyloc, nssl. ceneral pas neri si toppel orii s Wllderee, IVrles, lUrron and and under sain management contlnu- wllh Mary's Ol Liverpool. them afternoon, I am glad that 33 ouly lor IW Years. Oilordi Southdown sheep, l'ulsrxK bins and llur a place as may be most convenient and sengcrugent, Louisville, Ky. p"l snd bred Irjni lbs repose in a rude comost heap, hastily s. proper. W. P.. Swearingen, Chm. herds of Kentucky Price rtasjusbl. Corns Largest Fire Insurance Company In Uit the HOW'a THIS r snd se. or writ, lor what you want. constructed, where they will furnish World. F jlKlli, Stanford. Ky. W offer Ons Hundred IVillsrs Reward for any BKODHEAD. fertilizer for eight or 10 acres of tomaW. guarantee etrrythlnf as repmentxl by Mr. Catarrh W I' WALTUS, lidlur. toes next season; or maybe at tho close case ofuircr that cannot bs cured by Hall's t'- Ileld. & tarrn Mr. Gibson and Miss Llzzlo Debord prore mutual-l- y Hoping auch business relations will F.J CHKNKYACO.. Toledo. O. of thts, If properly manipulated. We. the underslaned. hse. known r J. Chener beneficial and pleasant. wero married Oct. 3d by Squire Brown. Managers Southern Depart menu It is tho unexpected thatusually hap- lor tne put li yesrs. aaq benes Dim pericruy Farmers.'are very busy cutting corn DIKECTOES: and financi honorsble li all pens, as wo all know. Had wo been ablo ally able to carrybusiness transactionsinsJe by their General Officer. Columbia Ilulldlng, out any obligations and sowing wheat. Lookout for an artiW. A. BEAZLEY, Pror., J.J.J.Williams. Sr., to "try out" tho blubbor of these "un- Ann. Ky. (J) W mt A Tat'a x. Wholesale Drunltts, Toledo, O. cle on farming ffora your scribe. 8. Owsley, tho cyclopedia says Waldimi. Ki.oxaa t Maavix. Wholcsal. Irua GRAB OR0HARD..KENTU0KY. William Oooch. The new telephone poles aro put up expected" visitors, W. Csroenler. gl.ta. Toledo (I. money night havo been V. II. Cummins, lull's caurrn cur la tsaen Internally, acting to this place and we will soon havo five a good sum ol THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL nothing to help us directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of th. Splendid Accommodations, f ulpliur Well. J. E. Lynn. Close to IK'tKit and system mora wires up. Wo then can talk realized; but we had 79c per botS. II. Shanks Testimonials sent 42 was tho only tle. fuld by all Druggists. lire. Fries Hates lleasonable, Flnio Water. J. F. Cash. town. When we get mako It. and "fertilizer" almost all over Louisville, Ky.. J. B. Owsley. Hsll's Family 1111s are the beat. the new Southern railroad we will bo alternatively. OFFICERS: The most centrally located and only There arc 1,400 millionaires In Great Z wo known just howtosavothem, Had on a boom sure enough. , IT. Shanks, President: whole er New York, 320 In Chlcaco, 220 in Big barbecue and democratic rally at by hiring sutllcleut help, tho J. 11. Owsley, Cashier; PIKST-CLJLS- S school might have been utilized. As Philadelphia, 100 in Boston, 80 In Cin To all of mv customers for their liberal W. M. Hrigbt, AssU ashler. fair grounds Oct. 7. Hons. William and prompt payments and hope we landed 26 cinnati, 50 in St. Louis, GO In Balti- tliey will continue as 1 liavo a Goebel and James Blackburn will It was, with much ado, Hotel In tho city making a 30 in New Orleans, 20 In Louis speak. Everybody come, havo a big out of tide reach Friday afternoon. Tho moJo, Horse Sliocr, rest lay "out of tho water and In tho ville and 10 In Memphis. Thero aro3,- - FlrHt-Clas- s time and hear the truth. Mr. Bethur 085 lo tho United Stales. And am better prepared tliau ever to do um spoko hero Monday night to a small water," Hko tho primeval earth. Tho Ono block from the principal shopping work for them. Tho Schools of Reform being built sharks had a "nip" at tbeso during tho audience. night, when tho tide rose, but Bono of near Lexington arc scheduled to open J. H. CREER, Stanford. Ky. district and two blocks from tho Ibrec A dozen or more went to Oak Hill principal theatres. mako a Oct.2. Sunday to hear Mr. A. K McClary's them regained sufllclcnt life to (Street cars pa the door In all pirts o dash for liberty. wife's funeral preached. They could 111. Sottthern Uataal InTsstmsnt Compiny, tho City. Everything neat ami clean. 23 left for tho sand to cover and JOHN C. PEPPLES not get their choice for preacher at tho Tho will have tlmo of her death. MlssSamantba Al- tho buzzards to feast upon, Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County Of Lexington, Ky. & bright left Sunday to visit ber sister, somo rovonge upon us when tho wind subject to tho action of Um democratic par U in tho east. Wo are over a mllo to ty. Your support la solicited. Mrs. O. V. Jarrctt, at Lebanon. Plan: INSURANOEIREVBRBED, close Hon. Goobel, the other speakers and tho west, and yesterday wo had to &c the committee on reception will tako nil our eastern windows to shut out DR. R. Wa Itj Whlls YeulLlv. supper at the Albright House, Satur- what did not resemble "tho spicy 0 So. 614 Fourth Ate., Old lint Companies Fay WhenTcn Die. day night, after which will bo speak- breezes that blow soft o'er Ceylon's Coiupoun tliug ot ing. Tbo speaker will stand In the Isle." this stranded shoal of mighty Louisville, - Kentucky, Oter IISO.OOO paid in Using Unedts. But hall and tbo audienco can occupy tho Will be at the Medicines. largo yard, which will bo beautifully fish, averaging 1,000 pounds, lushing tl AsTt7Tl HtUSi: WEVHES, shallows with their powerful tails, St. AsaphHotcl, Stanford,.Wod-nesday- , ouniorJ, Ky SMITH IIOMAN, Secy., IsSdoae with ataolute accuracy in our lighted up. Tho Albright House has tho Liln.tou, Ky. giants In Oct. lltb, mado amplo arrangements to feed all groaning at Intervals llko Omy the best companies represented. rKESCKIPTlO'DEPARTJIENr pain, striving In vain to regain tho that will come lUturnhvj one day in each month. Inquiries solicited. U deeper water, was a sight ono would and the quality of all drugs used Is of a A mad dog bit Larkln Wells a few H. H. MA1IONY, Agt., Stanford. had Eyes Eiamlnoi !ani Cll&sse&IS.lenUfically very high grade. no camo hero and took tho hardly see again in a lifetime. It days sioco. Adjusted. The physician's surcess in tho treat- train and went to W. M. Dudderar's at Its pathetic side too; one could not help MHS. U. D. SIMPSON, 1'ror.. ment of difficult cases is dependent on the McKlnncy to havo the raadatono ap oltylng tho poor creatures, moaning t Kentucky, purity and frcslincsMofthe dru. Have piled, but It failed to ad hero. Tho blto and struggling with frantlo otlorts to ! ... .s. his orders tilled herc and thu result will was only a mark, tho skin not broken. bo free. I um not romancing. They Newly furnished; clean beds; Bplcndad TIIF. qulto On Thursday, Oct. xx, '99 lablo. Everything i'orters bo highly satisfactory. This was the eamo do? that bit Joseph gavo deep groans at times that i!io ni)PTii!Pcni cvonipu SU meet all trains, 30 Histlnnlng at 10 o'clock A. M., I will sell L. Joplln, near Mt. Vernon. Somo startled ono to boar. ttfl.. fii). flldlCffl. Come to See Us. aloiit four miles Bull think they will bo moro useful Maulurd.on atlbtur tdace. A MIlliUevllle pike,fruin parties followed the dog on hero, but In ranging of my bloc k and Stanford Inipli uiciils, uinslstlng all Farming of I'F.NETHATKS lost his trail. Ho finally showed upon In tho compost heap than fish wo uauie, cut. a yearling Cattle, our waters in pursuit of tho S Main Street and attacked Dick Klnley, thoroughbred Hull. GREAT Wo Head Punctures as! Co All EInis of You tako your Wheat und Corn to Morris EIGHT STATES Tho destroyer will becomo tho benemilking boveral attempts to blto him 2 Milk Cows and I 'all ea. Fred's F.kcliiiiitru In Wm, IlaUL;herty' shop s llruucl Mares He; tiring. factor when tho chemistry of the SMulaCulls, In lual by Jack, catching his clothus, but did not blto Virginia, Ocorgla lu Btunford and get In itxchaiii;u Flour and Kentucky. Tonnesace, North and South Carolina, Meal. You cult also buy Flour, Muni, in which thoy llo shall pair Work Mules, T1IE1DANV!LI.E CYCLE CO., DANVILLE, KY through. Tho dog was killed, but thcro mighty gravo Alabama, Mhwlsslppt. Ilran, Chicken Feud, Ac , dumper at i nstiui nurse, No USTbirlbt. was great excitement for awhile. A havo dono Its work, and thu elements 10 Southdown Ewes, my placo tliun uiit wheru in town. A trial great bodies shall, In their Vfufau, Harrow, Flows, Ac. is all I ask, I belluvu my excitant;.! will be number of other dogs wero killed. Wo ottholr Through Stooping In fact, a farmer und I changed form, give "seed to tho sower new and In full sot ol Farmlin; liuidcinenls. iiiomIIv u good thing forand full weight. pleilp) libercan spdro a few more. irissl coudltloo. Alao sum UuutbolJ al transaction Sly Koods kitchen ,.tiii: HotwcMU Iiulsvllle aui tho South. and bread to tho eater." A strango anderuis mad fiirullurs on dsy ol sal come from Dudderar's Dlx Itlver Holler 1 known WOltlilS Fltr.DQ Mills and aro world wo live in, is It not? ItlUlI Aim COlli), Sr. Telepliouo No. Cs. i, i.ncau, Auvuouecr. ! THREE DAILY TRAINS COLOHKD ltECP.lJITS WANTED I'l'IILIOSAlEOF I now open with their full Hue of Each way between Louisville and Loxlngtoo Tho recruiting ollicer at Lexington, W. A.TUKK, O.I'. A Ky., has Just received instructions to Stock, Crop, Farm Implements CLOTHING, SHOES AND Washlucton, U. O. ! ed colored men enlist sound, GOODS. W. U. TAYLOR, A. O. P. A. LoulsirllU. K for cavalry sorvteo In tho Philippine Wo uro wore than pleased to have you 5-- 12. Islands. Tbeso men aro wanted at onco On Thursday, Oct. 19th, 1899. und should apply Immediately to tho lleglonlngat lOodock, A. M , I will sell all my COME TO OUR STOUE. Crop and Kentucky Trotting Homo Urccders' recruiting olilco at Loxlngton, Ky. Kloik thrv. tulle Iiupltuents, at the plsc I now Iruu btaufordon tue inmllle lli, Wo talo great pleasure lu stowing you our C. Association, Lexington, Oct. 3d to Htb. Boys between IS and 21 years ot ago I .Ike, consisting of One Fair For The Round Trip guuua udu our Oue faro for tho round trip, all stations must havo written consent of parents 26 YEARLING STEERS. .Via The VERY LOW PRICES ! In Kentucky, good to return 17th. or guardian, witnessed by a third per- 1 bhnrlhorn Hull, Knoxvlllo Strcot Fair & Carnival, Oorae to aee-ubefore buying Uuwhoro and The u Shorthorn tjws, Tailor, couvlnco yourself. Wo ufwu)S remain jours Kooxvlllc, Oct. 3. Ono faro lor 8 Hull aud Sllelnr Calves, ULUUIOl'S NEWS for low prices. WorkMul.s. the round trip, all stations, good until Stanfoku, Ky., 3 Yearling Mules, Cutue from I)r l, II. CriIle,of Washlti, I.T. THEINTEKIO R JOURNAL Last Rundsy Excursion of tharVnson. J. MULCKHY. PER YEAR CASH 0. Ict .raMH. pHHtiF well-kno- X. BUTTON, SW , fellow-worke- rs R. A. JONES, ffHsOM d, Of"-tow- n $9 B. 3. FOX, rrcos-rry.b- y X2g FRITH HOTEL. 1 FOR SALE. ROYAL INSURANCB COMPANY Castleman, ludlsl-lusll- Solicits Your Bank Account, Barbee BEKZLEY HOTEL, Ixiuls-liTlll- e, Al THAWiLfUL, jat-rona- RATE. COLDSTGIN, PIBB, LIFE The .OOIIDElSrT INSURANCE. Mason Hotel Snt-clsss. PUBLIC SKLE II Incnstcr, Soutnern Railway Penny's Drug Store. Just Like a Mill. le 1 1 Klilp-atul- f, Cars lint-clas- RACKET STORL CHICAGO Oot. FUR-NISHIN- Q QuNfCrescent ROUTE 11-1- able-bodi- FALL FESTIVAL H. RUPLEY, s The Eacket Store Look for our big slgu. M ClsttOMf HAIR TAkHthi BALSAM Hid laBaUllJIlafl rnuuoM is t usual lit L.t!?,1$S' ......... yy.v., kn...4 glut b4& tfe.uda'fflla! Jl "W 4 Ul VUllS, writes; "Four bottle of Llvctrlo Hitters lias SThorouhbrnl Msres br Ilsrrr O'l'allou. HrwsroI scro'ula wblcb had caused National Convention of Christian cured Mrs.auUerltig lor jrsrs. T.rrtbla aorta would CuuoiLan tus Mluslrtl, hsr great 1 f... t.il. n.1 M ,.iit .n hr L1M1.J alitt fac. asd th bist doc .usrv uj ja iiuie, Churches, Cincinnati, O,, Oct. Is complete Lot of other briod Maroa aud lllle.. tors oould -- lie no hslp; bat ber cure shows 1 bundard what One fare for tho rouod trip from ull aud br hosllh (J eIltllnt.', This Malllon, .. .u laitofiviws, lies and Miosis, thoussuus uar piuTeuiusi stations, with final limit Oct. 21st. Lot of rimnlby aud Clorer Hsy, !..,, ki.i i,nrihi,r known. It's tha suhriiu rsui. ou Aires ol Coru shucked lu the Held. d for ecsem a. Utter, salt ikeuui, ulcrs. bulls and Lot I'od ler, ri.iinli.ir arva. 1U.UM,Mw Unled States eoldlers consumed I....N. einrbl liolwUS, hill - dlgeslluu --builds -- up Tkkms. ofAll suus under 110, caslii oter that mora than 125,000,000 grains of uul-ul- no the straugtu. duly M nuts' bold by IVuuy, amouut, bankable note, wiiuuutlutsrtst, to U Jan. 1I,IW0. (j A.iai'KkV. durlug the past year. Druj.Ul. uuarinieta. Oct. 20th to return.. II m Merchant ... .. ui". 1'aradcs; Flro Works, Magnificent Electrical Illmnlnstlon, Bicycle lUces, Ac. Ask lor a program, E. II, IUcon, DIst. l'uss, Agt., Ijulovllle, Ky It's going to be A Hotter Tlmo than the World's Fair Graud Jllllturv and (Ivlu Is Mecelviiis his Spring Suiiiiucr Goods. & Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call caaa M.- -- 8jJ Sjjlrn, "V.- - J v. af