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When tho drawing took place Miss Mary Dldlaka got Uio ring, Miss Llllo Hoblnson und Miss Ilryan tho dlmos, Miss Whlttnkcr tho darning necdlo, and Mr. Woollcy tho thimble. Breakfast was then served, tho brldo1! tablo let In tho dining room and a very plcturo of beauty. It was arranged In pink and white, tho ccnlor being of fluffy pink silk covorcd with luce upon which wa set a tall design of (lowers with baso of big whlto chrysanthemums and a top of pink roses. Ov o this wcro festoons of smllax extending' trom chandelier to candelabra around tho table, In which burned pink can- -. uircmar ana seat uiu. iiiu muii! ed with tlio bride und groom wore Mr. cd In short 17. 1899, 10 A. M. NO. GO Tomorrow afternoon two young peo It. S. Martin, ttio tobacco innnufac. Hirer, Is building himself a new house ple of tho Goshen section will drUo to Juno-tlo- n Danvlllo and Elder J. I.. Allen will say In tho northeast part of town. tho words that will bind them heart City I'ot. Tho wife of 'Senator V. H. Howard, and hand. Tho brldo to bo li tho pretty of Hardin county, has killed 45 squir- organist of Goshen church and tho a prosperous young farmer. rels this sonfon. Sho I n crack shot groom-eleNames next Issuo and fond of hunting. Mlts Marvin Gllmoro Gilbert, of Subject! from regions Infested with e, mall-po- x will bo arretted as soon hi Shelbyvlllo and Lawon E. of Louisville, wcro married In they eorao to town circus day, says tho ct Wool-drldg- t h I -' i. Lexington. Tho bride Is tho oldest Somerset 1. II. Journal. Two membcra of tho I'hllnot faction daughter of Congressman G. G. Giland bert and has always beco a favorlto In wero flrcd upon from ambush wounded, and a battle between tho fac- Shelbyvlllo society and ono of tho tion! In Clay county It momentarily most popular young women of Kentucky. Heautlful in person and charm nxiwited. ThoThankiglvlnggamoot 1001 uan ing In tiunncr, she Is oscsscd of numbetween Ccntro Collego and Central erous estlmablo qualities that havo en Woolley and Mis Mary HDblnson, Mr. Unlvorslty will bo played at Lexington, deared her to a large clrclo of friends, E. S. Hooth and Miss Uertha Epplng-nauseon neutral ground, tho Richmond boj! Mr. Wooldrldgo is well known In Louof Chicago, cousin o'f tho isville, wbcro ho Is associated with hli refusing to como to Danville. bride; Miss Sara McGarvoy and Prof. In tho leaf tobacco business. Jotoph Sumptcr and John Allen, father 11. L. nianton, Miss Jcsslo Cook, of Ml Kllen Ilallou tells us thnt sho Stanford, and Mr. Charles F. tnall-o- x quarantlno guards near Ilrowcr, l'ulaskl county, have thrown up has a letter trom Miss Mamlo Ilryant, Miss Llllo Hoblnson and Dr. Fayotto who used to go to college hero, and who Dunlup, of Danville. The other their Job becauto tho fiscal court guests them only II for a day and has frequently visited her since, that wero served at tho tamo tlmo nt small shu will become tho wife of Itav. Mc- - tables In tho dining room, and brought night' work. Killtor Snotswood. of tho Htirrods- - Corkle, pastor of thu Presbyterian Into tho miiilo room after It wus vaca t for church, Clifton Forgo, Va., Nov.. Tho ted by the bridal party, burg Democrat, toll of lili fhebraakfast n late stylo hat a followi: Of all tho prospective brldo hns lived with hur was elaborate and dollclou, beginning vllllunoii! device! to mar tho comoll-n- e brother, Harry Hrvant, at Denver, with Mulaga grapes served with nasturof woman, tho rough rider hat In Col , clnco tho death of her father. tiums, followed by bouillon, lobster fell tho wort. It look! like a de- Mr. Ilryant, who has also visited hero Nowburg, birds, chu.nplgnons, roll, v Himt, champagne, salted almonds, Horaau moralized hay stack with a draw string married n duughtor of of Colorado, and Is procuring In tils punch, salad, Ice In moulded around tho middle forms of Wtillo huntlnt! for her cows, Mr. western homu. Miss Mamlo tins been fruit and Mowers and tho daintiest bonI.tule Mawn, who live at Hat Hock. louring nil the suinmur In California bons und cakes, all made Into beautiby a couple of und other States on tho Pacific Coast. ful pink iwos, lilies and chrysantheIn l'ulakl, llendu, who criminally uaultod her, MIps Ballon knows Rov. McCorklu and mums. During tho course of tho dinner und then Utbbed her twice In tho ncok. says lie is u ory nneiy 'educated man happy touits wore said to tho health In the breuH and In tho log. Sho wus and a good preacher. und happiness of tho brldo and groom, found unconscious, but revived and told aids evening ui tno nomo or Ikt tho best man, Mr. Woolley, of New tho horrible story. A lynching will mother, Mrs. Alice Lusk, near Hus- - York, leading with soruu facts about follow tha capture of tho Oonds. tonvlllc, "The Pints," Miss Mary tlio llfo and busluess of the groom, very MIDDIEBURB. Holmes Lusk will become tho wife eloquent with friendship und acceptaof Mr. William C McAfee, of Haiti ble und Interesting to tho friends of Democrat! of Cnsoy and Huoll moro. Only thu family and n fow In tho bride. Ho was followed by Miss m.Mniln.1 Attention lit called to the Hoblnson ond other guests and Mr. Is air nom tlmuto friends will bu present and af fact that James Meadows In tho next ter tho ceremony, the happy pair will n.xuli, the friend of tho groom from tnr... fur rmiri'i-ntallvleavo for tho East. A trip up thu hi Boston, who told his Impression of the Assembly. General torle Hudson and return to Now York, hospitullty und charm of tho HluoGras debating Tho M. A. literary and Friday tno lubjoct "lie. where n week will bo spent, Is a part of people In the happiest way. Ono of the dcbaK-tho program. Afterwards they will mostcharmlLg and upplaudcd toasts solved that tho printing press ha been go to Baltimore whero a homo com- wa9 given by Prof. Hlanton, n friend ol uioro ueful to mankind than tho steam plete In orery particular has been pro- many years to tho bride's family. o Aninnatlvc, C. H. OjriTi onglno. vided by the proud winner of not only After breakfast the bridal couplo left Hugh Moore. can- ono of tho handsomest, but ono of thu for a two weeks' wedding Journey In Elder J. S, Sweeney, republican Canada und points cast before going most lovable and highly cultured wom didate for auditor, and Hon. Wood O. en In Kentucky. Sho Is In every sense to tholr homo In Boston, whero thoy voters of Cm-cDunlap will addrc! tho a treasure and ono tha', would havo will go to housekeeping In a pretty county at Liberty, tho U5th. Politics Is remained In, her native State had sho homo prewired by tho groom and alon In carnet now In Cuey and some expected. His need- not given a deaf car to many ardent ready lilted out in complete detail. hot, old llmci arc Tho brldo Is tho daughter of tho lato suitors who pled with her to do so, less to say Gocbol Is holding his own McAfee Is chief of tho tiro depart Hov. Logan Williams, of Lincoln counthough greatly handlcapcd ho Mr. In and his city and is spoken of as a ty, und Is a talented and cultured mument will be the next governor of Old Kencertleman us worthy of such a prlzo as sician and one of the lovlclcst women tucky. u man can be. Dalllmoro Is noted for of Kentucky. O. M. Combcst, of I'hll, a brother of Tho groom Is the manager of tho Thursday Its beautiful women, but none am fair F. I Combeit, returned er than thu ono that leaves her old Now England brunch of the Furncss from tho Philippines, whero ho wai Kentucky homo to rcsldo there, whero Steamship line. He Is tall and hand-som- u, stationed for four months. Ho belong- sho will conllnuu to reign a veritable and much admired by ull who of tho regular ed to tho hospital corps havo met him during his visits to Kenqueen of beauty and loveliness. urmy and saw service In tho Spanish of tho tucky. The couplo met at tho seaHcnNtrrr Wn.UAMS.-O- no American war at San Juan Hill and lmx)rtaniand happy events of today shore and the union Is a most congenwai later sent to to the Philippines. ial und happy ono In every particular Mr. C. says he lltces the Philippines was the marriage of Miss Dolly Hrown Many elegant presents wero received Williams and Mr. Hubert Emhlcton ho does Cuba. radcb bettor than from frlonds far und ncur, the moot While ut Somerset wc had tho pleas Burnett which was celebrated at noon notable one being a check of generous ure of incotlnir Cant. Curd, than whom ui tho rcsldenco of Dr. and Mrs. Leu F, proportions of four figures sent by Sir men and demo HufTmun, of West Third street. Tho there are few better Christopher Furness, of London, own crats. Whllo the captain fought un pretty houso which has lately been er and founder of tho Furncss line, by nowly lilted up, was tastefully decorador Morgan, a moro enthusiastic Mr. Woolley and Mr. Hooth to tho could not bo found In Pulaski ted with palms and forns, with whlto In parlor and American Hcautlcs groom and ns soon as presented, given county. It sooins that tho old Confed roses Into tho keeping of tho bride. Mr. erates aro doing their part and tho re In muxlo room. A tall bank of palms Woolley Is manager of tho steamship contrary aro all bonli. It and ferns was arranged in tho bay winmrta m tlm lino connecting with the C. & O. at M..mu linn tho Hon. Newell has fow dow of the front room us a background Nowport News, and running from thcro followers In old Pulaski. Hawk Hoy for thu bridal party. Mullcr's orches-tr- u played sweet musics during tho as- to Liverpool, tho main olllco being In city, tells us ally, a railroader of that sembling of the guests, and heralded Now York. Mr. Booth Is owner of tho that lit knows of at least a uowiu Now England Llghtcrugo company, who will voto for tho coming of tho brldul party with-thnublleun railroaders ., r r i ...i wedding chorus from Lohengrin and closely allied with thu Furncss and (lOobcl, oosiues sovcrui uiuio. They entered from thu back room, the tho Lcland steamship lines. They olllcintlng minister, Prof. 11. C. Hugcr- - camo not only us porsonal friends of tho CHURCHES AND PREACHERS. man, llrst, followed by tho groom and groom,, but aleo us representatives of Wo closed our meeting ut Crab Or- his best man, Mr. George Woolley, of Sir Christopher Furncss, who was prechard Sunday night with 18 additions to Now York Cltv; then the maid of hon- vented from utteudlng on uccount of au tho church. J.U. Livingston anu A or, Miss Anno Hutlman, thu pretty Important business transaction. Among tho guests from othor cities vu'ung niece of tho brldo. who wore a J Dauchorteo. Hov. Geo. O. Barnes Is preaching to dainty gown of whlto muslin and lace wero Miss Lpplughauscn, u grandly L'ood crowds ut Somerset nr.d uwuken with yellow trimmings, and can led beautiful woman, who Is ulrcady comTho brldo oiitcred ing Into fame as a bong rololstund Mls Inir much Interest. After Wednesday chrysanthoinunl's. JcssluCook, who looked very hand bo will go to South Somerset for a 10. last, escorted by her brother-in-laDr. llulfman, who gavo hor away. some and stylish in a gown of white davs' meeting. Hov. Henry W. Plnkham, pastor of Joining each other thivbrldcand groom Paris muslin. These two cousins as Bethany Baptist church ut Denver, stood buforo tho waiting minister, who sisted Mrs. HulTman in receiving und .Col., has been dropped from tho Hooky performed uu eloquent marrlugo cere- entertaining und others present were: mony, buttling thu vows with u ring. Dr. and Mrs. Fayotto Dunlup, of Dan Mountain Baptist ussociauon lor heretical views. Tho churgo Is None fairer und swuutur bus heon soon ville; Mr. Harry Hooker, of Danville; that Mr. Plnkham docs not bellevo In than tho bride, whoso sparkling beauty Mrs. Jumes Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Tata Iho literal resurrection of Christ; In wus enhanced by her bridal robes. Sho Stanford, Dr. Hawkins Urowu, Hus tonvllle, and Mr, Mcllobcrts, of Dan tho supernatural birth of Christ nor In wore u gown of l'oau do sole silk with ville, Lexington Louder. gurnlturo of Duchess lace and oruuge vicarious atonement. blossoms. A veil of tullu was fastened IIISMAIIK'S IKON NKUVK voa'AJJuTiIuoVnuHH Was I lie retult ol hi. tnleiulld health. Iudoml- Eru.llou A rul, lull hilu cure. IIimu,rub life oljojr. to the dark hulr with a wreatlr of or- UMo ill aud Irviuendou. vurrfy sre uot found slw Old, ange blossoms and a suuburst of earls wb.reBloiiiMh, Ilmkleii'i Arulf ble Kldiieyiiud auUtljv.uo-ivU.erSor, Ul.r.. llolU. Kslons, tX,riu, and dlumonds, the. gift ol tho groom. bfurder If you Uifr, tluimiiuilltlci llaweli iroinil ant Ihey LrliiJ. uu lr. King's New Life 1111. They oa ssrlU. Pife lUnJ'.C'Ulll'uiu. llt I'll cure Sho carried a shower bouquet of lilies d.idupetetj itrof Irslu ud Iwljr. Only 'i"K l l'euuy'e Pruf blors. of tho vulley In tholr natural leuves, .uUt.l. Iwld li IVunjf, ltua'l. William and Calvin Derrick, broththe sprays of whloli woro afterward At Maysvlllo, an uttomptcd Jail deby tho hemic distributed as favors to all the guests. ers und "Peori'i Thurmor, all young livery was frustrated mun, attempted to lob thu Sovlcrvlllo, courage of Miss Uetllo Mcllvalu, tho Tho big wedding cake was placed In Bank. The olllccrs had daughter, who hold tho heavy a nest of smllax on a tablo In tho muslu Teuu., Stuto jailer's against u lot of room, und uftcr congratulations to tho boon warned of their coming and ThurIron ontrunco door couplo all tho uuuiarrlcd ladles mor was mortally wounded, Calvin prisoners, who wero trying to force brldul way out. Charloy Shotwoll, a and gcntlomon drew for tho emblems of Derrick was captured und William tiiolr futo tboroln contained. Tho cako was committed suicide when ho wits surdcoruto prisoner, slashed hor hands otio of the prettiest a brldo over had, rounded by a posse. with a caso knlfo, but bho bravely held LowU Wymer, of Troy, O., killed got frosted In whlto roso leaves all over and tho door uotil Deputy Jullor Slack 15 year-ol- d eon was ono not ui me in tho center a big bunch of lilies of himself when his hlsplbtoUcd Urou valloy. Tho emblems woro arrang- - brought homo on a wheelbarrow drunk. the J drovo them bai:,t' Kttng a, Fail-buih. 1 Ex-Gou ty neg-atlvGoc-bellto o w, wmmMm-- IBilllilil ft Fill HON. W. 'Jii K I l J 'III f S " J. BRYAN, to-ii- Thu foremost statesman of tho day, will honor Stanford with his presence and delight the citizens ol" town and surrounding country with his matchless exposition of democratic principles. Stanford and Lincoln County extend a cordial welcome to the next democratic nominee for President of the United States and promise to do all in their power to elect him to the olliee. To Gov. Gochcl and Senator Blackburn, and you too, Mr. .National Committeeman Urey "Woodson, a hearty welcome is likewise extended. May your coming' be productive of the greatest good and when the fight is over and the battle won may Ave meet at Frankfort and at Washington to celebrate the victory of the people over the aggressive corporations and trusts and other republican foster children and rejoice with exceeding great joy. HUSTONVILLE. The Compounding McrilcliicH, ot In our Millard E. Allen Is again running his harness shop something Hustonvlllo greatly needs. W. C. Greening's two elegant brick houses, which ure under construction, will very materially Improve tho up- poarance of our town. Bryan will attract moro people from this place to Stanford today thin tho circus. We aro for Bryan, Goebol end North up here. Hurrah for tho trio. Letcher Owsley, of Lancaster, spoke to u good crowd here Saturday night and mudo a capital speech. This Is his second olTort here and both have done good. Mr. P. M. Mcllobcrts, of your city, Is here quite ofton of lato, but we nro of tho opinion ho llnds poor grazing. Our peoplo are for Hon. M. F. North for representative, ulmost Irrespective of party, and by tho eternal wo aro going to elect him. Dinwiddle Bros., George and Will, havo sold their stock of goods, consisting of groceries, hardware, ote , to J. Roy B. Hoso and Juno II. Hold und invoicing begun yesterday. Wo wish tho now Urm no bolter luck thnn that they may do us woll as tho old ono did. In a short whllo Mr. und Mrs. J. W, Davis will move into a portion of Miss Bettio Logan's residence; V. B. Morse will occupy the house- they vacate j Jaj. W. Allun will move to tho Morse property purchased somo tlmo ago and Mrs. Mary Hose und family to tho Cook proerty sho has bought, Mr. Samuel Hold hus slept very little slneo ho heard that Bryan was coming to Stanford, fearing that he would uot wake up In tlmo to sea and bear him. Some of our people think that Senator Gocbul husu blggor hold on that gentleman's utfoctions tbau tho Nubraskun, but Mr. Held does not admit It. Mrs, John Orem und Frank Lu.k arrived trom Baltimore Saturday to bo - mmm; Is done with absolute accuracy PUE3CKIPT10N DEPARTMENT and the quality of all drugs used 0mMm is of a very high grade. The physician's surceM In the treatment of difficult cases Is dependent on the purity and frcslmess'of.lthe drujrs. Havo his orders tilled here and the result will bo highly aitisfactory. I ome to See Us. Penny's Drug Store. THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. Gallery in Central Kentucky, having been Tills U nuw tlio must equipped with the marvelous Anastigmat Lenses; the uow discovery In optic;! science. I wish to say to tho Ladies thnt THESEJustLEMSBS FLATTER. received a large stock of tho very katest Designs "Vleur-De-Ui- r) JYIouldiijgs, Suit-abl- e havo to bo teen to bo appreciated. Patterns never sold iu this localltyibuforu fcr framing from the blmplcbt photograph to the mot elaborulu paintings. mouldings specially for suitable " Among llio lot is tho New French cli'llmtu iilciuros. Embroidered Mats. French Water Colors, and all idcturcs that re quire a dainty frame. When in Danville, call and tee us und get our prices. Wo will have you money. 124 Third Street Opposite Post Olllco, Danville, Ky. Stanford Female College, KY. STANFORD, William Shelton, ('resident. Primary, Froptrato y, AoaJemlo and Collogl i Ulst rear begins on an I and I'nyi a. CultUN EIocu to for citaS-iitoVA. NANNIE S SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. o Djwrtmonts, Sou tutlr, Art, Sqt. tth. I Cypress Shingles Iron Fence. ( present ut tho McAfeo-Lus- k arrived from that city Sunday. Geo. D. Wcuthorford Is buck from Cincinnati. W. S. Burch was ono of- the beaux of your town who was here Sunday, Doe Dryu has u good position ut tho Latonia race truck. Hurry Cumnttz who has typhoid fever, Is convalescing. Mr. W. O. McAfee, thu nuptials. t, groom-elec- 'A.C.SINE, Metal Roofing. STAMFORD, Ky. Mll Woik. ADDITIONAL LOOAL. AN honest confession l said to boi but. for tho (jreatost crowd THE INTERIOR JOURNAL pood not uthe soul. It may bo true,fel-'ov- cr Ag j W(J p0 l0 pr0M gathering and tho particularly delightful stan(or,j t Ids lag to confess one's self a tucker, as wo jnr j)romM to bo a momorablo ono. are forced to do. For n month or moro mbQ cjiciw arrived during tho night Stanford. Ky., Oct. 17. 1S99 past, we have printed line after lino and RC(j )g rai,D(j tt tcnt6 on the Adams precept after precept for tho hlks fair 0t, A. A. Burn, of Huston vllle, told to maro for S. T. Haublson a ld $175. - Ullt bought of T. A. Bradley at Danville yesterday a maro mule colt J. THE M. for $17. Hon. M. Aiiele. representative from Covington and candidate or ro 0 cc-- et tloo, addressed tho Gorman at Oltcn. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. hnlm Snturda nluht In behalf of tho !"or (lortrcor democratic ticket and nroused them to WILLIAM OOEI1KL. a high pitch of onthuIasni. Tho For Lieutenant tloternor. here, from who attended J. C. W. 11ECK1I IM. For Attorney (I neril, couldn t understand n word hardly, as 0 buying cattlu In this county left U.J. IlllKCKI.NMtHlE. the specoh was In German, butlho with tho farmers here. For Auditor, pronounced It a grand effort Germans OUSO COULTER. Robert Collier, of Boyle, bought of Tho new comers hnvo been voting tho For Trtamrer, republican ticket, but Mr. AVUIIam Dyo Ingram 13 heifers at 3c and of S. W. HAOEIt. For Secretary of State, Huser said tho speech changed a num. Frank Hurst 15 fat hogs at 3tc. C. IIKECK HtLU L. D. Brower sold to Sam Foriytho To tho situation and provide yourself" with heavy Clothing, Undorwear, Shoes ber and they will voto for Goebel and For Superlnten Jent of PuMIc lotrucllon, Cloak, Caes nnd Dress Good at prices tlint cannot bo dup Icateil. ticket. Mr. Abclo paid Mr. 30 bogs at 4c. Hogs aro scarcer In tho entire juniir iicchesxev. For ComtnlMioner of agriculture, North, with whom ho served In tho Mercer than for years. Democrat. For Sale. I have S3 nice, long IO.VII..VALL. Legislature, many high compliments For ICallroad Comuiluloner. old steers yearlings or short two-yeurged his and C. C. ilfCHORD- for sale John W. Miller, Lancaster. THE L. tc N. and tho Baltlmoro & Thomas Motcalf shipped a ca- - load For RerresenUUTe, f. F. .NORTH. Ohio railroads had a representative of hogs to Cincinnati that netted him each hero flvo days last week working 4, ( He also shipped a car load of cat.Men's fine Shoes OSe. .Another big shipment of Fancy Dark In tho presence of for the hauling of the 20 car loads of tle Jcssamtno Journal. Senator Goebel, Calico at 3Jc. by W. E. Barnard, of Hoys' High Cut Shoes 12 to 2 only, Wc cattlo boucht 2,000 people at Hartford who applauded F. A. Campbell, of Albany, N. Y., Lexington, III., and Bryan Gregory and bought of F. D. Crocker, of Pueblo, A full lino of Hoots for Hoys' and Men. his statement as entirely satisfactory, Standard Hluo Calico 4Jc. r.,inF.i Vn.lnr. of the same State, and Col., the by gelding, Llttlo Edgar, Purple and Gray made reply to tho recently published Hed, Gray and White Flannel only tCc. Calico 4c. the latter road won after a hard fight. 2:101, by Arcadian, for $2,600. letter of John G. Carlisle that the Sen0 4 Unbleached Sheeting Uc W. G. 1,000 yards of best Comfort Cal'cooc. Among other things Messrs. Messrs J. C. and J. G. Lnn sold to ator had acted In bad faith by voting 10-- 4 Unbleached Sheeting 12jc McMnnama, of tho B. & O., and F. S tbo Illinois turtles and shipped yesterfor a free (diver man for chairman of A big lot of 27 in l'lild Wnratcsd 5c. Good Jean, black and gray, 10c yard. Grlllln. of tho L. & N., did to keep the day 00 cattlo and J. G. Lynn 39, sold at tho convention at Lexington In 1800 All wool IMald Dress Skirts, 4 yards In cattle men in a good humor was to take 4c. They averaged WW pounds. and for Blackburn for president, after Hed Ticking Oo to 25c. pattern, i 1.15. brass band out to J. H the Renotown he had sought and obtained Carlisle's Gentry Bro. sold to T. C. Rankin Illcached Table Linen 25c. McAlistcr's and Dr. Hugh Reld's, and R. L. Hubble tholr farm on Haw aid In having his committee recogniz20 pieces of Flannelette 5c; It Is worth 25 pieces of Outing 5c to 10c. ed. The Senator was willing that Ken- bait." whero tho gentlemen were spending kins' branch, containing 300 ncrcs for 10c Host Apron Gingham 5c. glvo them a serenade $10,000 cash. Possession Jan. 1. and ton county and the whole 6th district Mn. Bryan began his tour of Ken- tho night NT. 20 cars of Ladle' and .Men's Shoes Ladles' Veitl and l'anta. ribbed, 25c to will haul tbo cattlo should cast Its vote for Mr. Carllslo for tucky in the interest of the democrat- Tho t. F. P. Bishop sold to D. C. Allen at and will lie added ouriitt presidents ho owed him a debt of grat- ic ticket yesterday and during tbo day Louisvillo for the B. & O., for which Danvlllo yesterday thrco bulls at 3c, to Just arrived One lot of Ladles' to fine turn pcrBuit. of bargains. Children's ant! MlMes Suits on'y 25c Is to receive $20 per car and J. T. Carson u bunch of yearlings at itude for favorswhen hewas a pooryoung made six speeches to thousands upon the latter sole Shoes 2 to 4, 03c. per Suit. Lexington, III., It 4c and a mule to E. W. Leo for $70 lawyer, but when Mr. Carlisle and his thousands of people, beginning at from that placo to Men's colored Underwear 60c per Suit. Ladles' Kangaroo Shoe, patent tip heel friends wanted to put men on the dele- Bardwell. Ho created tho wildest en- will cost tbo gentlemen a similar In the 2:10 trotting race at LexingMens Heavy Duck Coats, you will gation at Lexington personally hostile thusiasm everywhere and If thcro was amount. ton Friday, May Fern got first and and spring heel, sold everywhere at 11.75, need one nooner or later, w by not get one to Goebel, ono of them a bolter, he put a lingering doubt of his intentions, fourth money. Two horses were ruled our price 31.2:1. BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. whllo you can save from 50c to it. ochis foot down on It and the breach out, one was distanced and two drawn. this from one of his speeches cleared It sv.1. iin Birth time raiders burned a of hogs at curred. Six months before the conven- away. Said be: "1 want to seo Wil Sales of several tion, State Chairman Long bad recog- liam Goebel governor of Kentucky. toll-ga- te In Henry county. 3!c to 4.05, six shorthorn heifers for Printers Ink cannot do us juntlco In telling you of the many values we have In scare, a $1,100 and a lot of corn at $105 delivnized tho Goebel committee, and Car- I want Taylorsvlllo has a small-po- x to seo Joo Blackburn in tbo lisle's boasted aid was not necessary. United States Senate. If we are go- case having developed there. ered aro rcortcd In the Harrodsburg Clothing, Cloaks. Capes, Comforts and Hlankets Come and see for yntmelf and you will admit that every word advertised U true. Eighty-fiv- e guests at a West Virginia Democrat. Senator Blackburn was at the outset ing to discipline a soldier let us not do B. S. Mattlngly sold to parties In nudo fully cognizant of tho Intention It in the face of tho enemy. Though wedding were poisoned by eating slaw. Ofllclal dispatches place the number New Orleans 40 oxtra tine sugar mules of letting Carlisle have his homo counwe lost In 1806, In 1897 we carried the ty and district, and he made no objec Stato by nearly 10,000 plurality, and of killed by the earthquake In the Isl- at about $140. They were 10 hands Lebanon one Inch and weighed 1,2.10 tion, saying that the buto would go Kentucklans again lifted up their and of Coran at 5,000. against Carlisle any way. Tho Senator heads. Kentucky Is a democratic State A typhoid fever epidemic led to tho Enterprise. furloughtog of tho cadets at tho VirR G. Evans, of Danville, Mild to then read an authorized statement from and we have a right to expect It." Gov. Brown printed in the Courier-Journa- l ginia Military Institute. Well, of Australia, a maro bv Onward in ISOtJ, in which ho 'declared John Young, aged 100 years, 0 months and a colt by Gambetta Wilkes for $500, POLITICIANS AHD POLTICS. Tho Cheapen Iloiife in Town unequivocally for Carlisle for president and 12 days, died at Bowling Green. He also sold to a Philadelphia party Geo. H. Nell was nominated for the Ho was a g democrat. and adding that he did not think any two horses for $500. & CO., A. question of policy should be made a legislature by the democrats of tho Noah Franklin, charged with the Ljon & Allen bold at Danville yester Adair and Cumberland district. Daisy Sullivan, Oct. 30, 18IW, day to E. Dunn IS yearlings at $30 and question of democratic orthodoxy. We murder of T.l) HANKY, Manager, know that Mr. Goebel bad Ood reasons O Congressman Joo Bailey, of Texas, was declared not guilty by tho jury at to Ben Robinson some butcher slut! at Branch stores al Kliiabethlown. Klkton, Owenaboro, Shelby vllle, Versailles, Hanlc Ken3c. They sold A. W. Carpenter a few for his action and had no doubt that at will make 10 speeches for the Benton. town, Hupklnavlllc, .MadionvilIe,MorKanfleld. Georgetown, Ky , Uiarkarille, Tcnn. Eight lives and $200,000 worth of prop days ago 21 calves at 822.50. tho proper time he would give them. tucky democratic ticket beginning towere about They are entirely satisfactory and the day. erty were destroyed by the burning of Danville Cot'RT.-Tbe- re dispatch from Co- tne steamer Nutmeg Stale in Long Isl 800 cattle on tbo market at Danville A Courier-Journ- al opposition hirelings will have to bring lumbia says that Judge R. G. Williams' and bound. on another horeo yesterday but many of them wero speech there was the very best of the At Fort Scott, Kan., James Dish shot driven home unsold. Extra good yearHon. Boyd Winchester, who la- present campaign. his flnancee, Miss Clara Stalnbrook, lings sold as high as 4c; heifers were 1 mented sincerely that he had to tempo-rarlllSomerset butchers who are posted and then committed sulcldo. Tbey had about one cent less and butcher cattlo swerve from the support of the will not get in pistol range of John quarreled about the day of their wed- brought 3 to 3c Mule colts brought in party in 1800, after a life time of fealty, Young Brown when ho speaks hero ding. $20 to $49, aged mules $10 to $110, horan next Monday has In Saturday's Courier-Journ- al P. H. Journal. his family ses $30 to $125. A fairly good crowd Paul White, who deserted 1 article on the duty of democrats to Mllo Shanks, of tho Richmond in Warren county, married a 13 year wus present. support Mr. Goebel and his ticket who lives In Washington, has old girl and was arrested at Nashville, .V M. Dunn sold to Ball Bros , of Ike which should be read by every waver! been elected president of the Kentucky will be brought back to Bowling Green Versailles, his premium tlllv, Gypsy J ing democrat in the State. It is a pow Republican Club at the Capital. Queen, for $750, tho highest price ever and prosecuted. erful appeal to sense and reason. He James H. Settle, a Brownie speaker, saddle mare In A German expedition, composed of paid for a ) points out the serious effect that the got such a frost at Henderson that ho Lieut. Guise, a trader, and 100 native Kentucky. She Is a superb plcco of loss of Kentucky will have on the elec- was compelled to cancel his appoint- soldiers, was led Into ambush and mas- horse llcsh In eery particular and when tho Balls start her out at the big tion of 1000. There Is but ono demo- ment. Only 14 people gathered to hear sacred near the Cross river, in Southhorse shows next year she will give any cratic ticket fighting for republican him. west Africa. animal a game fight. This year sbo Gov. Bradley has appointed W. T. defeut, he says, and that is the one Dan Owons, who was given a life was shown 15 limes and got 14 blues, headed by Senator Goebel. It will re- Sharp, of Jamestown, as judge of the sentence at London for tho killing of her record reflecting great credit on Charley Sandldgo. Gypsy ceive the vote of every democrat, who Russell county court, to fill the vacanHarmon Smith, has made application her trainer, spurns party fealty merely asserted In cy caused by the resignation of Judge for a new trial. The grand jury has Queen Is by Chester Dare, dam Lucy Was never In Slanfcrd. Infants' Soft Shoes, Children's Drew Shoes U., by Silver King. Advocate. words, but in vote violated. Tho hyp- John D. Irvine. 'V adjourned after returning 128 Indictand School Slux-f- , Ladles' turiu nnd welt soles, light weight calfskins, E. W. Harris has thrown up the dem ments. ocritical cry against the election law is THE EAUI.C, KIM) Or AIXDIKb. Old Ladlec' Wool-lineMiwh. ituubcrs to Tit them all. an afterthought. No one took up the ocratlo nomination for tbo legislature Ed Spencer, who killed his sweet- js noted for Its keen sight, clear and dischallenge thrown down by Senator in Jessamine county, on account of ill heart, Llzzlo Swanee, at Troy. Ind., tinct vision. So nro those persons who ue Goebel to discuss It previous to his health, and a stronger man, rjavld Saturday night, was captured early Butherlitnd'M Ragle Eya P'lvo for weak eje or granulated nomination. It was passed by a demo- Bell, has been nominated. Sunday morning and is now in jail at tje, Mre eye of any kind Hanna says It is Bhatnoful to "drag Cannelton, heavily guarded to prevent lids. Sold at I'enny'i Drug Store. cratic Legislature over the veto of a republican governor and adopted by a Dewey into politics." Perhaps he lynching. Ll'NO I MUTATION. democratic convention as a part of It thinks his own successful plan of get-tluThe town of Arahel, on tbosouth sldo U the forerunner to consumption. Hr. 11 platform without a dissenting voice. If bis man in a bar'l and rolling blm of tho Island of Ceram, In the Moluc- Dell's will cure It. and U needs further action let It bo done by In Is the only proper way to do tbo job. cas, Is said to have beon destroyed by give such trcnglli to thu lung that a cough :) Charley Bronston has broken looso an earthquake. It Is estimated that or u cold will not actllo there. Tweuly five democrats and not by republicans, dangerous to be trusted. Let democrats again ! As Goebel Is too busy to notice obout 4.000 people wero killed and cents ut Penny's Drug Store. $& ascertain wherein they disagree and him why not get Dave May to under- about 500 Injured not try to magnify differences and take tho job. He knows exactly bow Tho head physician says that the LOST STEER ! "though fallen on such evil days and to quiet tho "Red Fox" when ho Is out yellow fever epidemic at Key West Is A It red. M, which I thinkWill weigh left mjr .lne evil tongues I am confident that tho on a "sandy." Franklin Favorite. bout three practically over. Out of a total of 1,. Information wtwkiagu. hit moTtrjr ahout nj IU, luankfullr trailing lu party will bear up and steer right onTho Somerset Progressive Homo lfi cases, there wero only 64 deaths, John V. iilea, lloolaml, K)r. ward, never bating a jot of heart or Journal aeks Mesjrs. W. O. Newell and showing that tho disease Is fur less hopo, until it redeems tho Stato and J, L. Grlssom, the Brown fatal than typhoid fever. Rent. Small puts It again safely In tho democratic leaders of Pulaski, this pointed quesJames Prentice, after being a switch-ma- n Tweuly AcrnofUn.l 2uill-- North of Man. column." ford, tion: "If It Is true that you hava a for tho Southern road at Louis-vlll- e door; good Iioum of all rooiui, lemlli! cUleru at ouihouwa Including barn. Apple onhanl for 10 years, was promoted to and an ahuodanni of other fruit IDorU arm to IN his speech at Hodgenvlllu, Sen- hopo of electing John Young Brown, on J M Mcltoberee at Stanator Goebel said that theru wero only why is it that you are working hand In foreman of a crew. Friday ho went to golnwhett. uiCullal Ilrulliead. II to T. Mllt'm- ford or write II ret time and 10 minutes KKVS. hand with tbo republicans':'" work for the two candidates for governor, himself Tho Louisville Post and Dispatch latter was killed by tho cars. and the L. & N. And by the way it is said that his opponent Is preparing to wero shut out of having representaA press dispatch from Capo Town put (200,000 In tho campaign. This tives on Mr. Bryan's train by Chairman says tho Boers bavo boUeged Klmber-le- y In force, entirely cutting of comought to make times better, but it villi Young, who says that invitations only bo money lost for tho railroad. Tho wero.extended to reliable journals and munication with that place, British people ure determined that they aid not to subsidized L. Ac N. organs. Tho olllclal advices, so far as made public, Si not tho corporations shull rulo Ken- leaders of tho democratic party, said report no Hunting excopt otound Mafe-kintucky and u sulllclcnt number of voters bo, "do not object to legitimate oppoIn thu Orst race for tho America's can not be debauched to change their sition from reliable newspapers, but political scavengers llko these deservu cup and tho yachting supremucy of tho will. We are this week holding a Special Columblo beat the challenno recognition, and Judge Uoukino Bay that the Uth that party that fosteredespecially from world, tho ono of tbcm in ger, Shamrock, by 11 minutes over tho fiule of Clothing for lx)g Irom four to 10 will give Taylor 20,000 majority. Thuro its Infancy. course, tho sailing time being They can get a special was a time that ho could say so and That combines beauty and train free of cbargo from tbo source as follows: Columbia, 4:53:53; Sham-roc- years old, We guarantee (iU anil the low make it so, whether or no, but tho limes that Is now supporting tbcra. Let them comfort with convenience, la 5:04:07 est prices ever aten in Central Kentucky. one of our well wade, easy and the laws have ebunged under tbo do it." " iMandTtock. and elejaut riurroys. Ills Goebel Election law. Only votes that Tho American Association of Knit unexcelled for workmanship, are cast will be counted bercaftor. reports sales of durability ami comfort, and will Underwear manufacturers, has decidThe Glasgow Times give moro aatlsfactlon fc geu-erII ELI yourself, Bro. llaag, of tho ed to maku u 15 per cent, advance 25 mules at $35 to b0. family iibu than oilier In tho price of lleccu underwear, which Jones bought In Pulaski a Frank Henderson Gleaner, you aru welcome. made We ure wiling Is the kind most generally worn and in bunch of fat hogs at 31c. them Cheap and Fast. Glad you appreciate good things. FKOHMAN 10., which line tho competition heretofore Ed and N. B. Price bought of D. O. J.L. B. K. & The Corblu News was disappointed has been the fiercest. Allen 18 yearlings at 4c. DANVILLK, KY. In Senator Goubel becauto ho is not tho Opp. Robbers held up atralu near DeKalb, Stanford, Ky. Don't forget Hon. G. A. Lackey'd Telephone ISO. 111 , and got 1:15,000. 'oritur" ho 1 reported to be. sale on next Thursday, 10th. n, $25,-00- W. P. WALTON. at Louisville, Imagining thai our ap- . . n ,,h- ...1 promotion and a season tick- llclly and would entitle us to privileges not enjoyed by tho common herd But Fri day last when we sallied Into tho fair, fooling llko a king beo at a corn shuck ing wo wero soon mode to experience tho sensations that fill tho breast of tho poor boy, who attends tho same gather- -' ing. The season ticket got us insldo all right, but when we hurried through tho long street of exhibits to reach the Midway, wo were told that our ticket was n. g., that nothing but the cash went there. The man at tho animal show, at the streets of India and of Ca iro, at tho prlzo 9ght, whero tho coocbe cooche girls gtrato, &c.,nll gave us the cold stare and motioned us to tho ticket office. When we got out we wero several dollars poorer and but little tho wiser, except to know that wo had been up against a bunco. The show Is a good one, highly creditable to tho excellent order, but It rather takes the starch rural rooster to out of a give 923 worth of advertising and get a ticket worth only a dime, 10 cents. Having proved the truth of our text we conclude by asking Bro. Excelled Ruler U. W. Brown to line and sing that good old song "Como ye suckers, take your wash Brown, of Cnsoy, sold to a Marlon county party three two year old mules at $00 Roy Bca7ley bought for a Boston party of A. E. Hundley a maro by Onward for $100. We are out to taken long loud knock it the doors of the fow who Intromit jet T. W. Napier, of Ci'ab Orchard, sold to Tcmpleton, of Mlddlcsboro, a sorrel awakened to the full realization of our Inimitable ptestlgo as providers of weiring apparel. There Is no doubt that you will readily recognize our superiority as soon saddle marc for $200 The Illinois parties who novo been as you hare rubbed your ojct and take a straight look at tho matters. Louisville Store. OPEN YOUR EYES ! ar GLANCE AT THIS ! car-loa- The Louisville Store. URBANSKY life-lon- Proprietors. y I'un-tagra- f f $ ' .LA die: FOOTWEAR d two-year-- I I 0 1 I I I A Completer Stock 1 I I I Styles theJLatest, Prices the I Lowest, Quality the Best. H. I J. M'ROBERTS. Farm For SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES. CRAiG g. Give Them FITS. HOOKER. A Family Carriage k, 9v.LLLHHHuah rid-Iti- THE GLOBE al car-lla- Ooiirt-Houa- Wearen Son, 4) i Tr ' - I DKMOCItACV'S CHEAT DAY. J. T. Gakron, tho drummer, Is hero. Kid gloves, nicely fitted o tho hand, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Mrs. William Hamilton I In 'John P. Jones. EVERYTHINH READY toll THE COMING Cincinnati. 01.. TUP M ITPItl .......... whllo It Is fj,- ....W.... IIT1V1V. J. W. Simpson nod daughter. Mlts Havi: your coal hauledCo. Nearly everything Is In ship shapo'&J. dry. J. II. Ilaughinan it . .. . .. ... Out. 17, 1899 Lizzie, of Garrard, aro hore. Stanhoku, Kv., lor mo reception 01 liryan tonight, a Messrs. Mc. Wheat and J. C. Hon. O, A. LACKBY'ft sale of stock, stand han been erected over tbo founCoulter drove In this morning at tho crop, Ac , next Thursday, 10th. o tain nt the front steps to tho K. C. Waltok, IJuhi.vism Manauhr. head of flvo or six vohlclcs loaded with and this ha been beautiI 3 m'mmzmwmmmmrmi Winter Supplies I CASH. - ... t court-hou- - ' iquaro THE Centre College foot ball team Casey people W. T. Coulter and son fully decorated by those tasteful young beat tho Miami 15 to 12 at Danvlllo had already gotten In. ladles, Misses Jennlo Warren and Isa Tub boit material combined with Mu. Mrs. Dave Logan aro yesterday, bella Halloy, with evergreens, bunting, .. caro, skill and accuracy ltuuro good moving andfrom In tho country this week result. No other methods aro over J, II. Pearl, of London, got the mall Ac, An aro light In front and to tbo work. Penny to tholr new rcsldonco (tho Ycrkcs used In our prescription contract from Stanford to McKlnncy rear of tho stand will mako night as Drug Storo. bouso) on Fourth strcot. Tboy will bo day, while tho hundreds of Japnncso it. and wants to sub-le- t cordially welcomed. II. II. Shcnren lantcr'ns will add both to tho light und has rented tho Dr. Lewis place, on tho PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP, The Stanford foot ball team will to tho beauty of tha scene. Stanford pike, for f200, and gets pos- show tho Lancaster eleven a thing or Tho program as arranged Is for tho W. II UliADY went to Louisville session Dec. 1st. Dr. Lowls will movo two on the grounds hero Saturday af- committee of reception to meet tbo IVIdoy. to Stanford Danvlllo Advocate ternoon, special train at Rowland nnd Inform Mr. Mu. J. II. PAXTON )ent Saturday In Tin: West End (Perryvlllo) Dryan Bryan and party that ho is to speak on , Loulivlllo. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. club, 100 strong, will go to Harrodi-bur- g court square instead of from his car. MihhMinnikStiiauiiU back from Ilio lot of outings at John P. Jones', In a body to bear Mr. Dryan Arriving hero enrriages will convoy Louisville. tomorrow morning. They will wear tho party to the stand whllo Forepaugh Mu. W. II. McItoiiEltTS joined bit Fresh canned goods at Dcazloy A tholr handsome badges recently pur- A Sells' great band will HU tho air wlfo In LouUtIUo Friday. Carter's. with melody. On reaching tbo stand, chased, MH9 Ukrsir Dchnsidk, of Garrard, Oysters on hand at all times. John Free Teachers or school boards Judgo M. C. Sauflcy will present Mr. U with MIm Pearl Ilurnsldc. Bryan and when tho great Nebraekan Mlts. It. G. Hail, of Somerset, wa II. Moler. will bo supplied with free copies of tho will bnvo concluded his speech, Col. with her parent hero Saturday. maps of Kentucky and M Complete line of millinery. Mrs. latest county W. G. Welch will present Senator Mil. Lkwis Hosbkll, who has been Tonacsse, for use in Lincoln county Gocbcl, who A. A, McKlnncy. will bo forced also to Saturday. o.ulto sick, was In town schools, on application to W. B. speak and then Hon. It. C. Warren will GUNS, rifles and loaded shell at Jamks H. Gkntuv was woll enough Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes. tho druggist and book seller. Introduce Senator Blackburn, who Friday afternoon. Craig A Uockcr's. to come to town Acquitted Dan Goocb, Charged never falls to cnthueo nn audience. MishSck Wim.ikHai.k l visiting By request of the State campaign New School bats In endless varie- with maliciously shooting and woundMUt Suslo Ilrlnklcy In Somorct. ing Sain Flint, was tried at Kingsvlllo committee, Hon. It. C. Warren will M00111:, of Shelby City, ty. Mrs. Kalo Duddorar. Miss Lizzii: Saturday boforo Squlro J. A. Slnglo-to- n address the people from tbo stand was tho guest of Mr. E. T. Ueazloy. Heating stoves of nil Sizes and o and acquitted. Hon. H.C. Warren about 0 o'clock this evening. Bryan Is children, of Prices Mils. J It. STCCKY and at Warren A Shanks'. defended Mr. Gooch and County Attor- to bo on band at ti:.10. Livingston, aro w lib Mrs. John Crutch-Helo Today dawned In all tbo brightness FULL lino of fMltcrniopcn tomorrow, ney Helm prosecuted. of October glory, but a South wind Wednesday. Mrs. A. A. McKlnncy. o Jkshi: Waltbu leaves today for Sm Crowd. Mr. D. M. Crolgb-to- n soon blew clouds over the fair sky and to visit his brother and pros-cct- . writes us that only 40 gathered to tho prospect is that rain will dampen JourThe Twlcc-a-WeInterior Mcltobcrts and Davison the ardor of the vast crowd assembling I only 81 a year cash. Itcmcmbcr hear Messrs. ItEV S. M. LOUAN, of Middlcsboro, nal onto at Kingsvlllo nnd that he was so hero to do honor to Bryan and enjoy that. Is at Judgo Sautloy' en routo to Presitortltled at tbo slim attcodanco that tbo circus. FOItOl'R term uro strictly cash on coal hu urged democrats for the credit ot bytery. Tbo Advocato says that many omniOrch-ar- J, and feed. Do not ask for credit. J. II. tho town to attend. Fine-Stationery- , Mitrt. I). K. Fakius, of Crab bus loads of people will come to bear Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A Ilaughman A Co. Turner. After Buffering tho arapu- - nryan from there Carson. Stock your winter coul now, prices tatlon of both legs, which were crushed wb,M PrW mornlnlJ. Mll8. IlKNr.DICTSfALDINO.of Lcba- - aro advancing and tho probability now by tho cars, poor Jack Turner died of Ge( n Fllrrj non, Is on a visit to her father, Col. T. Is that dolay will cost you high. J. U. ' ' Ho was a son blood poisoning Sunday. P. Illll. Iiaughman A Co. I WILL have my opening Friday nnd of Capt. Charles Turner, of tho L. A Mlts, Ct'UTls Rovmt and children, of me iauica are coruiauy N., and married a daughter of the late ' Notice. Pay vour city taxes to L. Cab Orchard, aro visiting at Lebanon Invited. Mrs. Kato Duddcrar. It. Hughe. After Nov. 1st. (I percent Georgo Wolls, of Junction City, who Junction. with ono child survive. Ho was about There wus no speaking at Danvillo Mil. Jacoii Ei.ukii, of lice Lick, a will bo added und collections enforced. .10 years old and ono of the most popu . . t ; O.J. Ncwland, city marshal. court yesterday, but politic was the splcnUlu menu 01 tno 1. j., lar men on tho L. A N. absorbing theme. Competent judges Saturday, Saturday was pay day for ihc About 1:30 say that Boylo Is all right and that C. J KAN in FKl.ANt) returned from teacher and they wcro here from all Misa Destructive Fire. a visit to Miss Lin Lltbgow, at Louis- parts of tho county. Superintendent o'clock Sunday morning while C. E C. Bugby und Gruham Price, demo cratic nominees for representative and ville, Sunday. Singleton says they camo almost to a Gentry was out fox hunting, ho saw a circuit clerk, are sure to win, while it up in tbo direction of hi JuixjkM. D. IIl'UHKS and Prof. J. one. tlumeshoot home. Ho put spurs to bis horse and is almost conceded by tho republicans II. PaUenton, of Lancaster, paid us a K. II. HarTHE Junction City Post, soon arrived to And tho largo stable that Senator Gocbel And hi splendid cill Saturday. V. J. Clt.UU, now of Loxlng. ris, editor, nnd J. C. Hull, local editor, owned by himself and brothers on tire. ticket will carry the county. DemoPilot. Awakonlng Mr. It. It. Gentry, they crats generally will bo glad to know ton, was mingling with old friend tnado lit uppcaranco Friday. It "neutral In politic, a friend to all, tried to save some of the content of tbut Judge It. J. Breckinridge will here Saturday. We have just opened a completo line of the "Duchesa" Blankets made by the celeMisa NaNNIK GlVKNB, of McKlnncv, and partial to none," Its salutatory tho building, but only succeeded In tako tho stump again In a few days and brated Columbian Mills, in Plaids, Stripes and solid Colors. say. will bo found speaking until tho cvo of gutting out a twno binder, u wagon is vlsltlni; her sister, Mr. John Taylor, Is felt Bear In mind that Hon. James I). and two rakes. Tbo stable with two the election. Great sympathy near Hradfordsvlllo. Mil. K. L. TANNI'.R, who was In South Iilack, of Barbourvlllc, ono of tbo best horses and a mule, farming utensils, for him In tho loss of his eon as is Dakota, order his paper changed to lcukcr in the State, will address tbo hay, corn, and a corn crib nearby were shown by tho largo number of letters peoplo of Lincoln county at the court soon in ashes and 81,200 or more bad and telegram of condolence ho has Sokano, Washington. Made of best Standard Prnts and cholco patterns In Silkallncs filled with 4 pounds ' received. t MllB. J. HOVLK Stosk, MUs Stono house next Monday ulghu Co mo and gone up In smoke, with no Insurance. choice batting bear him. Got Licked. E. C. Gaines tell us and Miss Julia Start;, of Liberty, sHnt The origin of tho tiro I u mystery. A week In Louisville tramp or thief may have lighted a that Commonwealth' Attorney Bob last G. A. It. Attention. Comrades of ho Is attending JOHN II. SHANKS, General Limlrara Post, No. 68, are re- match and thus Intentionally or not set Franklin got a head put on him Saturday night on the L. A N. train South. college at Lexington., spent Sunday quested to meet In the courl-hous- o, tbo lUmc. Ho was drinking and making himself with hi huinefulk here. Oct. 21, at 10 A. M. ImK)rtant business. "How aro thing xllttcully in Mer- generally offensive, peering Into tho We havo the Melba combination Suits for Ladies and Misses, they are perfection Mlts It. S. LYTLi: and Mis Itobblo All be there J. W. Adams, Com. Thompcer?" wo asked Hon. John B. in lit, ease and comfort. faces of ladles and slapping men' hats Penny cut last week In Louisville son, who was In Louisville Saturday. We have recolved our last shipment "Pretty bad, I should say, but I do not oil. Mr. Gaines' tile was not omitted, former's husband. with the Mil. W. P. IlldOlNS and wife, ot Ca of China and thoso who have tickets know, having been there little. I asked but being a peaceable man bo let the sey, lull liomo at 1 u ciock mi morn- bring them In at once. Wo will glvo Jack Chlnn about It and be said tho Ineultpass. Soon Franklin tried It on Owens, u ruthur small man comno mora couons as wo have enough out ing In order to sco tho sight of democrats would carry tho county by Alfred A completo line of Cashmere and fleece lined Hoso and Ladies' Knit Skirts. Ex. Miss FLCitr.KCt: Myers, who has to take all the China wo have. Sever- tho usual majority uud elect Morgan pared with Franklin, when tho Itock-casi- lo man let go hi right feeler, which amine our stock before you buy, you will find the goods rlghi and we will mako tho been with Mr. W. J. Vuger In Louls-vll- lo ance A Sons. Chlnn to tho Legislature. A Browp landed on Franklin's throat and sent prices to suit yon. several month, returned SaturTHREE week from today tho battle mau told mo that ticket would poll 000 bis head whirling through a window, day. of tho ballots will bo waged. Demo vole In tho county, and a republican breaking It and flooring tho big fellow. Mits. John V. Moore, Mr. D. G. asserted that Taylor and bis ticket, Moore, of crats who aro opposing Goebcl, stop for Ml Lllllo Then four or flvo men, who had grievPorimun and a moment und ask yoursclvee If you aro together with tho republican nomlneo ances, jumped on tho pronralo man and Liberty, aro vlltlng Mr. and Mr. I'd not doing wrong In lighting tho regu- for tho Legislature, would carry the gave him a drubbing he will not soon Wilkinson. of tbo party that you have county by 1100. You can take these lar nomlneo forget. Mr. Gaines was delighted and Mlts. J. K. VaNAiisdalk spent sevhonored und that ha honored you In widely dltlorcnt statement and draw says ho was surprised that the train eral day with hor daughter, Ml your own conclusions." Mr. Thompson da s gone by. men had not quieted Franklin sooner. who I attending Hamilton Col. did not 6ay what ho as going to do lege, Lexington. Mil. W C. Mullins write u that himself, but ho had tbo appearanco of Officers ok Election. Messrs. D. Handsome Mrs. Mary Goouin, of owlug to a mUunderetundlng ho was fueling like tho wlfo who said when her F Logan, J. C. Lynn nnd W. E. Var- spent several day with announced for tho Legislature In o Livingston, husbund and a bear engaged In combat: non, tho election commissioners, met Miss Sulllu Duddcrar and they went to und Laurel, but bo will not make "Thl I tho llrst light I ever enw that Saturday and organized by electing LouUvlIlo Sunday. very I didn't caro which won." friend regret It tho race. His Mr. Lynn chairman and Mr. Logan MR. CYRUS M. JONES represented much that thuy will not havo tho naught secretary. Tboy then appointed tho Vote For North. Wo have Walnut Flat at tho Cumberland Pres- plcasuro of voting for tho clever genfollowing olllccrs of election and re to say against tho republican nomlneo quested bytery at Hebron In Anderson county tleman und sturdy democrat. that tboy meet hero WednesBuy U need a lltacults, Uneeila dinger Wnfors, Drummer Lunch Biscuits, legislature, Mr. Peter M. McSunday. for tho and returned THE death of It. J. Breckinridge, Jr., ltobcrts. Ho I our personal frlond day at 10 A. M for examination us re Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Severance, of by law: Ilenduronvlllu, N. C, arrived Sunday which ha been expected for eomo time, und a clever, nlco man; so nice, it Is quired Stanford No. 1. J. M. Alverson, every und left tht morning to visit occurred Thursduy evening, at tho resho washes his hand ald, that morning idence ot hi father In Danvlllo. Ho tlmo ho shake with a horny handed Aden ltlgney, judges; It. L. Hubble, her father at Richmond. sheriff, Hart Luce, clerk. MihS DOLt.it: McItoiiEltTS ha re- ha nuvcr been well incu ho went to son of toll bo he "Knobyntie or Ne Stanford No. 2. J. H McAllstcr, In Stanford after a Central America soven yours ago, hav gro." Wo do not, howovcr, vouch for turned to her homo ing contracted malarlu tbero. Ho was this, and it is Immaterial, but wo do W. P. Carson, judges; John Engleman, short visit to Ml Ambrosia Thomas. horitr, J. L. Totton, clerk. u very bright inun, and would havo vouch for tho fact that Mr. Mcltob LouUvlIlo Commercial. Stanford No. It. J. II. White, Jack been a most successful lawyer, for the crts champions tho worst oranu oi Col. anii Mrs. J. W.Miller wore of which profession ho lilted politic over Invented and Is diametri- Terry, judge; C. V, Gentry, sheriff, E. Sliced Ham, Deviled Ham, Pickle, Olives, Home-Mad- e Cheese, Ac, From hero yesturday returning from Louis- duties Patterson, clerk. where they Kint a week with himself, but for deafness, which grow cally opposed to everything that is E. ville, No. 4. B. D. Holtzclaw, Stanford on him till tho sonso was lost entirely. democratic. If elected he will do air Mr. and Mr. It. K. Hughe. Wyatt Smith, Judges; David Scott, Miss ANNA Goveh, who I attend- "Bob," a mot people hero know hlin, In hi power to advance his party's shcrlll, Win. Cordler, clerk. ing Madison Female Iustltuto, Illch wa In Col. T. P. Hill' law oflleo for a principle aud will hear no appeal Crab Orchard No. 1. J. C. Hay, mond, spent several duy with her pa year or two and mado many friend, from such democrat u may bo foolish John F. Holtzolaw, judge; Ed Jones, who regret hi untlmoly death, and uuough to voto for bim. IIu will also rents, Mr. und Mr. J. P. Gover. sSSTTry Grape Nuts. Youwlll Ukelt sheriff, J. Mortimer Adams, clerk. . W. G. Hollanh. of Corbln, Lloyd send sympathy to hU honored father, taku great plcasuro In voting ugulnst Crab Orchard No. 2. Iko Herrin, T. democratic nominee for attorney Jou Blackburn for U.S. Senator, whose Maret, of tho Ml. Vernon Signal, and the S. Btunkcnshlp, judge; S. A. Middle-iomany other camo down on this mor- general. election uvory good democrat desire. sheriff. J. T. Chadwlok, clerk. In order to see It all. Wrong Man.-M- r. Joo II. Let no poronul consideration stand In ning' train Tilt: Hustonvlllo No. 1. W. S. WIghum, News come from Muytluld that M"s. Whllo handed us yesterday a lot of tbo way of principle. Hon. M. F. C. K. McCluro, judges; W. U. ltoutt, Georgo P. Tuubmun, who was Mis campaign rot sent out by tho antl North I our regularly uccredlted stan-dur- d sheriff, J. T. Boylo, clerk. bearer. Ho advocates our platAunloGrecn, of thl place, bus pro. Goebul bureau at LouUvlIlo, saying Hustonvlllo No. 2. Johnltllfe, Chas. Tor nice uew soiiled her husbund with a daughter. that bo hud no uso for that kind of form und subscribe to our principles. Wheeler, Judges; J, P. Goode, clerk, I stull. Ono sheet Is headed, "Wo will Hi excellent service both lo tbo State back from a W. W, Saunders Dry Good) and Notions, tho Newest Tilings in Is an earnest of Sum lUstln, sheriff. ttireo week stuy In Jackson county, niuke Goebul win or club your beud und hi constituent Huslonvllle No. 3. C. L. Crow, Geo. Neckties, Collars,CulIs, Shirtsmul UnderI a plcturo of a k what may bo expected ot him If ho where ho say bo never huw a bolter, oil." under which Luusford, judges; James N. Cash, clerk, all Kinds, for Big, Litte, Old llcumun with olub und pistol. Another again honored by election. In fact hi wear nor heurd of u democrat, who would MoBeo, sheriff. buuded, "C. K. Wheoler, Koutucky' oxperlenco will help him In rendering Wm. voto for Goubel. Tha mountain Slnglo-to- n, 1. not W. It. and Young. Latest Stylo Shoes Waynesburg No. besides ho will democrat uro ull right. Pity there's greatest demagogue," u third demands oven bettor service and W. A. Horton, judges; J. M. Reyyoa "Stand for your rights" uud a voto first and lust for tho party's nomfor l.ullr., Men, Qlrls uud Itoys. Ttie very luteal things lu Clollilng. IS that not moro of them. Hon, J.C. S. nold, sheriff, J.M. Johnson, clerk. jr)uiV expeleiicu lu taking measure aud I can lit uuy old kbapo. I will Dlt W. H. O' 11 a NOON lull this mor- (ourth.declure Wheoler "tho greatoH inee for U. S. Sunutor, Waynesburg No. 2. C. L. Hensley, tw glad to furnish you any day lu tliw jear suitable goods ut lottorn price Missouri und Kunsoa to visit gymnast on tho stump." All tho sheets Illaskburn. Itomomber all tbeto thing ning for Craig Leech, judges; Wm. Alford, bottom lu largo lettor when you go In tho voting booth und John friend and soo about his farm In tboso buvu at tho .ilngleton, clerk. rooster. That will do sheriff, J. A. ugalnst Stale. U" wUl return by Philadel- "For civil liberty andmethods Goebul." mark under the Insuro your voto to Waynesburg No. 3. D. It, Adams, disgust tbo business und phia when ho will tako u course of Such contemptible Hardin Young, judge; James II. Cash, inquire, returning In tlmo to voto tho sensible mou and full ot their Intent bo counted for tbo whole ticket from sheriff, W. It. Cook, clerk. with others. Goebcl to North. democratic ticket from end to end, ... FOR EVERYBODY I ... At the Lowest Prices For SEVERANCE SOVS. U I fc .11 oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oWo'o d. ... ll ... CO TO -- ek M'oberts, tlje Druggist, Drugs, School Books, WallSPaper, Paints and Oils, &c, ... At The Lowest Cash Prices. ooooooooooooooooocoooooooooooooooooo o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o ..... .... " .... fill Wool Blankets. HOME MADE COMFORTS. 1 ... ... ... UNDERWEAR. HOSIERY AND SKIRTS. JOHN P. JONES. Al-vlr- a, ... Hock-i-astl- TOO HOT TO COOK. ... Reception Flakes, White Satin Soda Wafers, Blue Grass Beaten Biscuits, Fresh Crackers, Roast Beef, Corn Beef, Chipped Beef, HIGGINS & McKINNEY. n, GO TO JAMES FRYE of 1 1 JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. J L LANCASTER, CRAB ORCHARD. Companjf Sieclal reiresenlallnMf And wllllngto pav ton prior In cash for Wlborg iV Hanna bought 10 car loads llov. J. C. Massco In conducting n Chickens. Eggs, 'Feathers, Ducks, Occsr, GRUnCR, HUOOELL & CO, very successful protracted meeting at of poplar lumber from J. H. Collier. Turkeys, Ginseng, Yellow Hoot, Hera wit, Of Lexington, Ky. Litton! Do I hear wedding bells Hide of all kinds. Copper, Urns. Iron nnd Merchant Tailors, 117 West Til. Hlreet, a?al9lilxilT'Ua.y" m.a.a.X'zi.a.m.vm Buckeye. Hones. Also will Cincinnati, O., Tho stockho'.dcrs of tho National ringing In old Crab Orchard. Me thinks Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. fee me nnd (ret myIm In the market for wool, price before selling, and Will illsptnv Samples at the Fl Asniili Hotel Hank voted to reduce, the stock from I do. About a pair ot thorn. Call at my headnuartera. set cash. In Stanford on tho Sails of Kacli Month at J :$ Insburc. Kncket Store 100,000 to liO.OOO. Tho Interesting mooting at tho Ws $1 All earmi-iitwork. A filled on. While YonLlr. II KUIII.U. Tbo brick work on tha new hotel Christian church, held by Elders Liv mlnll an mosllilllty nltli tlilsmetliodof b charged. Oil Lint Companies Ttj VThsn Ton Sli, mm" When not aoptld B3.CO will Imslnes Tall anil etamlne Intest dolnn and tho Owsley block Is completed and ingston and Daughcrtec, closed Sunday SI Camples Fall and Winter, night. tbo building will soon ba occupied. Uenz-leLincoln Couitty Mrs. J. S. Stnpp, Misses Llzzlo Special Redemption, September. It nramlldato for Jailer of J, K. Uoblnson recclvod another let subject to tlm action of the democratic par Maggie Llrlngston and Bottlo ter from tho campaign committco, Cmt Paid ty. Your support Is solicited USD stating thai Mr. Hryan could not stop Higglnsaro attending tbo C. C. con I). It. (loot estate. Lexlniton, Ky. TIM Jo IIMP0 Undortnkor, , . t, i 37 .VI IMftt n - Kentucky here, as all urrangemonts were com- vention in Cincinnati. Mrs. Dan Hmtonvillo, " MM IMIS) " DINK FAmiKK W. F While" CENTRAL DIVISION. KENTUCKY MM !.!( pleted for bis campaign. continues very 111. Misses EvaSto- MM I'lliO I a candidate for Jailer, subject to the acOffers his sersleea IB.M The Taint Lick Enterprise, a credit ger and Hcttle Harris aro confined to l.1f tion of the democratic imrty. lie solicits and Casey rountlea. to tha eple of West IJreoU . Kullslotk olUoffloisnd Cas. No. S Arrrlvesat Stanford at l.M A. M. MM KMOn your upHrt. Trree. Paris 10 A. etaalwayson hand. able paper, raado Its appearance last the bouse on account of continued 111 II W While estate, Leilnctoo at 4 Lnim Y F. No. MM IMt DAT. ( V. 8. Carjenter, Msnsfsr, i MM IMfsl No.il Arrives at Uowland at 13:00 r. M. week with E. B. Harris, editor and Dr. health. Pretty Miss Lula McClurc has , :30 ,t No.22 Leasee Stanford at MM s3la) Wt Kind Fnnctirsi ml Di All Elnit ef SInon-pa- r of the exchange at Crab Orchchargo C. E. Foyntz assistant. It Is COM IIKO (. M Ather, Leltnftnn MM locm Ill her Uul.Tllle KNOXVILLE DIVISION. cyels Bipslrbg. tisan and costs 50 cents per year. ard. Mrs. Curtis Gorcr and children J I. Clark, West Lonlttllle SI VI I7JW J. F. 61 M Norton, Letlngton 11 oo TIIK DANVILLE CYCLKCO., DANVILLE, KY Lost. Young, whtto Pointer dog, are visiting Mrs. James Carter at Leb- F IIDavid I'snaetl ,r IIS9im Ho. 14 Train going North MM Mm Pr 241 am ' " f.l.V) 177 X o USThlrJ ri. M. Asher Mam about nlno months old, with right side anon Junction. South ' ....-.1- 2 J:5 MM 1S.1IO DENTIST, " o- ........." 52 P ui of head brown or liver, and left car Things are on tho boom In our grand W F. Whit estate" MOD MM MM l100 For allirolnta. E Perkins Is building an liver. Answers to name of "Sport." A old town. W J, Helms, Newport News, Va. MM 11 IS) FARM FOR SALE. Stanford BOnOU TICKETS SOLD. liberal reward will bo paid for his re- upper story to his dwelling, which will A.L. Marscball, Lexington, Ky. MM MM 119 00 I1AUUAUE CHECKED THROUGH. turn to Contains 105 acres and Is In a splendid makoitonoof tho prettiest dwellings Fuller & Simpson, Lancaster. .VI M lJ'J 00 state of culllTatlon. On the (Hack plke,2if Ky. For any Information enquire ot (TJM 1SO0O Your excellent school superinten in 'town. Mrs. M. J. Harris will soon A P, Taylor IsO HI mtlea from UustonTlHe and 1H 'rora MM JOE S. BICE, Agent, lias on It a dwelllne of five rooms O. Singleton, acted wisely hare her pretty cottage ready to movo John I, Fischer, LouIstUU " MM lttlll Stanford, Ky, dent, Prof. .HI 23 .m wren i Mm and Rood tenant house, besides necesnary MISS EVELYN TAKDIP, in engaging Prof. J. H. Patterson to Into. Mrs. Jean Dlckcrson Is building A. .. Martchall Lexington " .Vt M 119 CO outbuildings. L, Hplendld orchard, Rixxl well ff MM 1.19 in and two sprints. Terms easy. FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI. conduct tbo Lincoln county teachers a neat residence on tho same foundation W. F.White The Seamstress. I SI 00 M V) vr. ii wmniiT, , , ,, estate" MM 1UISI Frankfort it 7 A. v. and S: 10 r. v., Institute next year. I congratulate tbo of her old residence, which was detlustonvllle. Ky. Plain and Fashionable fewlng-- . Cutting and W. Heeler, lsiuUvllle " Q. A C. and MM 11J tl wltb citing at Georgetown 9: 10 P. M. Leave Parlt teachers on their good fortune In hav- stroyed by fire about a year ago. Chas. Dr. F While estato Lealnftun Fitting a Specially Water Works ft. W. MM 1() 40 A. M. and Das-I" " t MM 1S.II" r.., lluWtt S.15 ing tho services of such an ablo con- Singleton his added a splendid new Dr. F. WhileU.Mnett " " C?and reaching W. MM IMIO A. 8. PRICK, estate .A barn, which with his protty now cottage ductor. MM 1MI W. S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S., . and " T:10B r. KEffTOy. A. O.P. A. Capt. Louis Landram goes to Louis and handsome wife and baby, should Ulchard Kelly. Paris iSt'DUMrTION.MM 1W Surgeon ULOfLAU ot tho happiest men in Dentist, vlllc, today, Monday, to attend tho make him one Lnncnstcr, Ky. Paid Cost nwfifH QUEEN & CRESCENT. Masonic Grand lodge. Ho represents town. Dr. A. Donaldson, Letlniton, Ky. f M II VI 1.1 Teeth Extracted Without Fain ! follow: jctlon City ' Stanford, Ky. " MM I.Wirt Trains pats Utile Miller 4 11 p m Lancaster Lodge, No. 101, of which ho During the winter of 180", Mr Jame K. i:. Owens, June City MM ;() 02 p m No. J North ttm. 1 South $ 48 m Is roaster. Mcsdamcs Louis Landram, ' OBceoeee Mtlloberla' Drug btora In ths Owsley With VlUlltrd Air. Physician In attendHo. I Heed, oni of the leading citizens nnd mcr W. S. Lyne, Dansille 1JM -t 34 p ra " HuUdlog. ance. ..11M " ) .. JJ.IVJ.5 7,01 1(0 .. 00 am J. E. Stormes, Misses Attlo and Bessie chants of Clay, Clay Co., W. Va , struck Total SOJpra "10 5rS Office In tho New Thompson llutldtng. 71 SI474.7J l'roltl (Iter Cusi stop. 9odl0run no fUr Marksbury have gone to Cincinnati for- - ills leg against a cake oi ice in sucn a Nos. land 2 do not manner as to bruise it severely. It bether thin Junction City. OPTIONS ON FARMS a pleasure trip of a few days. came very much swollen nnd pained him OrertlM.nnoraldlnlitlnj WneSls. audi Surplus llevrse Urer Tho Lancaster cemetery company so badly that lie could not walk without WANTIin IllltS'llI WKUJBN", f'Mtl Aeat, agreed to give towards a handsome the aid of c.utchi. He was treated by SMITH POM VN.Seey., t. rnAi;::s:o, irrictcr., tunforJ. Ky I would Ilka to take options on good farms several kinds of 'itsKy. Leilulon, gate for tho cemetery, provided tho physician?, also used In Lincoln County lor terms and particu- AT DEPOT. BRODHEAD, KY. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE two anil it halt gallons oi wnis same amount is raised by subscription, lmont anil WM LAMIUItAl. lar ddrea ky in bnthlnc; It, but nothing gnve any rt STABLE, 13 which should be done at onco as MOO lief until he began using Chamberlain's KrtKer, Ky. tltt Hotel n Ihe ihiHinl.ms rates cmsldered g IVrlers meet all trains. Pfttiti alteallon to would make tbo entrance just what it Pain llalm This brought almost a com men. KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, should be, since our cemetery is one of plete cure In n week's time and he believes that had ho not used this remedy his !e? Horses nnd Mules constantly on hand and the most beautiful in the State. Joux II. Casti.ewam, AiitiiurU. Lamiiiau You take your Wheat and Corn to Morris would have had to bo amputated I I'nin for sale ut nil times. Mrs. J. B. Woods, aged 27, an es- Balm is uneqiialed for sprnins, bruises Fred's F.ichntipti In Ym. Dauchertv'a shon HiirCKiNHiimr. OtsTi.m in. 1 In Stanford and Ret In eicliange Flour unu timable lady and related to some of tbo and rheumatism. For sale by. Craig Jc Meal, The Dine flrass Surserlrs oler eeerjtblng Ur i ou can also tuy lour, ileal. truu soil run Lincoln County best families in tho county, died at her I locker, Druggists. Dran, Chicken Feed, Ac. cheaM'r at orrhsril, lawn and girdtn. sm.I1 sioca ol asiartaut, trees arspn. fruli. where In town. A trial orusio.ulsl eierylhlng tept in nth an elah41ih-nientny placo than anv home near Paint Lick. Saturday evebruti. and Is nil nk. I believe ray exchange will be National Bank. ning. After appropriate funeral ser SPECIAL KATESVLV SOUTH ERN a poodI thing for farmers nnd I pledge liberWo employ no afeuia li.rlpllt II K. Dili rir.t m. RAILWAY . lieiUglon, Ky. My cool Telrphone vices tbo body was laid to rent in Paint al transactions nnd full weight Capital Stock.lJlOO.OOO. Louisville Industrial Exposition, come from Dudderat's Dlx IMver llollcr Lick cemetery on Sunday afternoon. l'UEI). MOKIIIS Mills and are Suonmor to Ths Farmer Btnk A Trust Company Judgo BurnMde held tho examining Street Fair, Midway Carnival and FesTelephone Ho. 6;, and under same management continuously lor 21) Years. DR. R. Mulling last Friday for tival of Fire. Ono fare round trip, Oct. trial of Virgil .DISPERSION. killing Bud Fry, and held him without 9, 13, 13 and 21; limited two days ex- O.Yo. 5U Fourth .Ik, Ol Liverpool. ball. It is regarded as a very bad case. elusive of dato of sale. H fares rounl LouIkvIUc, - 'Kentucky, On the same day ho held Isaiah Faulk- trip Oct. 10, 11, 12, II, 10, 17, 1U, 20. Largest piro Insurance Company In the ner and son, colored, In $000 bond each limited two days exclusive of date of !IVi(il the World. Unpin? such business relations will proro mutual-lon tho chargo of stealing cattle from sale. TOLLED benetklal and pleasant. Wm. H. Tayloe, asst. general pasSt. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Mon Tram Conn. They failed to give bond senger agent, Louisville, Ky. Barbeo & DIKECTunS: day, Nov. 6th, and were also lodged in Jail. HOW'dTIIISf J.J. Williams. Sr., Managers Southern Department. To close our partnership wo will sell on Mr. R. E. Henry and Miss Bettio Jiiturninj one livj in raeh month. Owsley, J. 8.Wtlllain (iooch. foranr TUESDAY, NOV. 14th. Robinson eloped on Friday night and We offer On Hundred Dollars Gcncrul OSIcera, Columbia llulldlng. '99, Zyti Ennlsei Iisi 0ks:es S:isntl2:illy A. W. Carpenter, Cawere married. They are both well ca" of Catarrh thai cannot be cured by Hall's W. II. Cuiumlcs, Ky. (M) tarrh Curer 10 ferualc! of AdJMtei. J. E. Lynn. V. J.CIU-.M.scu., ioiimo, i. Our entire herd TheyShorthorns Marts, Hose known and highly connected. The ore Young S. II. Shanks We, the undersigned, hare known F J. Cheney and IU males. J. F. Cash, ix'OU'h and groom has been connected with the for the last 15 years, aid bilre hiiu ittrtertly of charons, Mrjlevlnftons. THE FLOOD TIDE OP J. II. Owsley. In all transactions anu nnsnci-all- y Wi will also sell about IU0 THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL Central Record for several years and honorableto carrytmilnMs ol'llgations msdc by their Choice. out any c able Heifers, bred to regisOFFICERS: Mathe bride is the only daughter of Mr. firm Pale will lie A Trim. Wholesale Druirilsts, Toledo. O. tered bulls. Kindergarten. at Faulcouer'a Wkst Louisville, IKy., . It. Shanks, President ple hudu J. C. Robinson, a hardwaro merchant WjLMvn, Kixxax Marvin, Wholesale ut li o'clock, noon. Write for Has set In and It will Increase In volumeilay Sulo Toledo O. ashler. Tho most centrally located and only V. M.llrlgbt.Asst. and ono of our best citizens. gets colder It COIIII Ac LILLAItll. by day, a the weather HalFa CaMrrh Cure Is tsken loternslly, acllnx catalogue. blood and mucous surfaces of tbo Danville, Ky. trlpplcs and adds around the dlf- My mention of the death of Mr. W. directly upon-tbsystem. Testimonials sent Iree. lrlce 73c srr rereni sections oi our siurr. FIEST-CLAS- S .solJ by all NATIONAL BANK A. Ross was necessarily incomplete. llsll's Family Druwitts. best. FIRST PL'ULIC SAlUOr tills aretbe Ho was 68 years of age, a well known Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, m Hotel In the city making a OF STANFORD, KY. farmer and trader and a valiant Feder- COLORED RECRUITS WANTED Stock, Crop, Farm Implements Furnishing Goods, Ac begin to show signs al soldier, having enlisted In the 11th u of activity. Wcnro pleasing patrons. The recruiting officer at Lexington, CatfUl Stock $100,000. Surplw, $17,038 51 Ky. cavalry. Burial took place on tore cm hare a belter ndvertlement than Ky., has Just received Instructions to Low Prlceaand wu are tho oulyoneslu StanOne block ftnm the principal ahoppmg originally established as tho DeThis Institution Friday forenoon In Lancaster cemetery, colored men On Thursday, Oct. 10th, 1890. ford for this purpose. Mark the Notii enlist sound, tho district and two blocks from the three salt Bink of Stanford in IMS, then reorganized at in tho presence of many friends and lead ti our door, path that for cavalry service In the Philippine Heglnnlngat 10 o'cUx k, ,. M.I will sell all my people at they come und go Ask them the principal theatres. plaio I uow Crop and tie NaUona) Dank of Stanford In 18C3 andagaln relatives. Islands. These men aro wanted atoncc huck tbreo lullet IiupleiueuU. at the tue Danville reuson why they make our storo the basu of Street cars ptvi the door to all pirtio Iruui Stanford on live, t, On Saturday evening, Mr. O. F. their clothing and ho supplies, and they the City. pike, consisting of Kveri thing neat and clean. will tell )ou that our low prices cannot ba aged 70, died at the homo ot his and should apply Immediately to the srgaalsel as tha First National liankjof Stanford Ky. - recruiting ollieo at Lnxlngton, STEERS. beaten, and that'a tho secret of our success. Wo remain jour for the lowest prices, ia 18S2,hit had practically auunlnUrruptcd exist. sisters, Misses Martha and Sallle Til- Boys between 18 and 21 years ot age 26 YEARLING lett, in this city after a lingering illhhorthorn Hull, ot parents a for 41 years. It is better supplied now will ness. After appropriate remarks at must have written consent Shoithoin Cows, and libor guardian, witnessed by a third per'iHullandGIIelfvrCalres, (acuities for transacting business promptly the grave by Rev. Lapolcy McKcc, tbo son. 4 Work Mules. 3 Yearling Mules, eral; than eTer before In Its longhand honorabls burial took place In Lancaster ceme&c Look for our big sign. 3 Mule Colts, On the 10th of December, 1807, Hev. S (I Thoroughbred Msres br Harry O'rallou, esxssr. Accounts ot Indlsldualt, nduclarles.firmi tery on Sunday afternoon. Ho was a CuocM'k'auand the .Mlnitrri, genial and an alfablo A. Donahoc, pastor M. E. Church, South Combined Mare by On Time, aad Indlsiduals solicited. Uit of other bruol Mares and I lilies, man, possessed of moro than ordinary Pt. Pleasant, W, Va. contracted a severe OIRXCTOkl. MsuJtrd Million, J.W, Hayden, Stanford intelligence and learning. A largo cold which was attended from the begin ljtofNiws, llgs and MiotU, r. BeJd, Lincoln Co.; W. A. BEAZLEY, Pror., bolofTiuiothy and Clover Hay, ning by violent coughing. He says: "Afcrowd witnessed tho burial. J) Acres ol Corn shucked In the field, 8. II. Baugbman, " S. T.Harris, " ORAB OR0HARD..KENTU0KY. ter resorting to a number of so cal ed .ot of Fodder. Whllo wo regret to havo tho Brynn 'specifics,' usually kept in tho house, to Tinu, Allium liml.r S10. CSshl OVer that T. P. Hill, J. S. Docker, train pass through our city without no nurnose. I Diircitased a bottle oi cram amount, bankable note, without Interest, 10 be paid Splendid Accommodations, Oniy the best companies reprcHcntcd. . A. Ukiv, " W. A. Trlbble, V.I. Walton " Close to Depot and Sulphur Well, halting, we ure, nevertheless, anxious berlaln's Cougti ltemedy, which acted liko Jau. lit, I'juu. Inquiries solicited. 12 lUtca Iteitsonable, Flue Water 12. M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon to have him and Mr. Gocbcl put in a charm. I most cheerfully recommend J.HCoUler.CrahOKh'd It. 11. MAIlONY.Agt., Stanford. public." their time where they can do tbo most It to the Druggists. For sale by Craig A SPRING HILL STOCK FARM M, D.Ckjiare, Sltuford. Hocktr, good and wbero they aro needed. They orricsas, FOU SALI- need uot kill any time hero for tho Half rules to Inalanupolls ana re J. IS. Docker, I're.IdeuliJ. Mclioberts, I'atbler. To nil of mv customer for their liberal pit- party Is lu good nhapo, and you can turn via tho C. II. .It D. Ry.. on Oct. A McKlnney Aiunt taiDkr. rouago and prompt pi) menu unu nope Kdd privately, wewlllsell toll.e highest they will continue us I Ihimi a Knot look out for surprises when tho vote Is 2.id und 2ltb, limited to tho 29th for reTHE bidder oj cast us the county has been going -- U0 turn, on uccuuntot tho meotlng of the FlrHt-Clas- s Horse Sliocr, SMITH'S CKITEST STSTEM Nov. 15II1, renublienn. Tho truth Is wn havo thu Carriage Builders' National Associa- VcdncJiilay, prepared tli.iu ever to silo Call on yourpcarcetJC. H. & I) Our farms, lying lu lluyle county t lullia from And am better work I best workers nnd organizers In tbo tion. for them. country. Danvlllu aud B miles from htanford on Danville .1 1'F.NETUATKS uguut fur full particulars. Manford 'turnpike, also I miles Irout Juiutlou CiWw. Payne and Miss Delia Whltta- Ky. ty on g'od turnpike. These twolariut, containing J. H. CREER, Stanford. , about ISO acres of very rich and productive land, are HKMAKKAlll.i: IILSCUF. EIGHT GREAT STATES ker wero married by Judgo Burusldo Mrs. Michael Curltlu, i'ltlnncld, III., makes th ana watereii, last week. Mrs. G M, Patterson has stileuieut thit tbo taught (old, which sutledon excrpllouauy welltbsu nlty years, our talheruwntd tor more Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Oeorgla for her lungs, she was returned after a pleasant trip to Bos ly pbyshlau, but grew or, a mouth br her fami- the tao tarms aaa whole, aud be was chiefly eight North and South Carolina, He told her she was grating and feeding utile For Alabama, Mississippi, e ton, New York and Niagara Fulls. Sho a hojielet victim of wutuiupllou aud that no same business aud ears we have continued tha I). SIMPSON, 1'ror.. MllS. U. suggested Dr could bavHspartd no putuslo adding to II attended the International convention King's New euro her. Her drugaltl DiKtirery lorCousuiupliou;sh bought tbo laud, audits ujuenlDiw fol I herself beneittied uow all lu graan etcept a'wul 73 aires. ItUiicnHtcr, t Kentucky. Through Sleeping of thu CongrcgatlonalieU ut Plymouth a bullUaud to her delight found Ha use and after Irom Hist dote, hhe cunliuued the liuiirovemeola consist ol three larna ono Rock. Hon. R. II. Tomllnon has taking sli boll Its, found htrself sound ami well, with a canucllr lor IM head ol feedlug cattle, and Between Loulavlllo and the South. Newly furnished, clean beds; gplondsd cow dura her vwu housework, audit as well atabe supplied with wludmlll, feed (utter, corn cruiher, gonu to Kansas City and Dakota, ever was. Krni trial bottles of tbls lireat l'orterr Kvetythlng Ac., the others are for hursts aud Implements lhe tablo, botstock side. add mu(h to the couveuUnce ol the meet all trains. 89 onu real estate Interests, at Penny's Drug store. Only ?Jo aud tl, every tle guaranteed. farm. '1 here aia Ibrttt tenant houses, two of them THREE DAILY TRAINS which he lias. He expects to ow .100 good, ordinary buutai, the tblrd, a (ullage, built last vearfortrutkg.rd.il, boa rooms, riiteiu, acres of Dakota land In wheat, which In a quarrel ubout tho day of their stable and otb.r outbulbllos. four can b sold sen. Each way between Louisville and Lealngtoo and will yield from 110 to 0 bushels per wedding, James UUh shot bis llnunceo, aralely with lu airtw of Uud. The dwelliug la a And Dealer in Vv A. TOItlf, O. p. A., large, well built bnrk, containing n uero. A line daughter Stalubrook, to death ut Fort rooms, untry. bstb room aud k.Uheu, tupplied Wuablngtuu, I). O. Mls HAEJT3SS, SADDLERY, SeO. stago ot human action entered on the Scott,Clara with hoi and cold water from unfailing supply, two W. II. TAYLOE, A. O. p. A. Kas. ut Mr. J. L. largo balls, basement uuder whole bouse, where ov S j Loulnfllla, K r i Wsj bushels of sweet aud Irish iiotsujcs were Warner's last Wednesday. STANFORD. KY eouuiieu 3J yeaiih. kept last wlulir, Tho huuw cost originally llguoo. I suffered '.'3 yuunt with u cough, und aud husalwtya beeo kept lu splendid repair, it Is bTDltY OF A SLAVL. a desirable home, smoua cultivated Uoonla THEINTERIORJOURNAL Tho Scuthern Mutual Mmi J. MULCHHY, PER YEAR CASH INI. r7 mm d john c. rnrpi.Es ItW-IVO- J. T. BUTT03?T, Hoi-ma- - R. A. JONES, More-lan- d, M , 5!S llt 1 B. 3. FOX, FRITH HOTEL. trss-elln- 50 - Just Like a 1 Mill. TREES.TREES J. Miip-stuf- f, t. ROYAL tlrst-cUa- COLDSTGIN. INSURANCE COMPANY Castleman, Solicits Your Bank Account, y Sale of Sfiortnorns fxiult-Isvllle- , , cotcli-toniH'- IllKli-Orad- Drug-glit- FALL TRADE ! e bl-t- d Iwt-tl- m IEA.TjEJ. able-bodi- ed well-beat- Til-let- 1 U The Racket Store BEHZLEY HOTEL, FIRE, XilFE kind-hearte- d, 1 1 A.ooiiDE3sra? INSURANCE. I AM THA2TKFTJ1. southern Railway J.C.cCIjAY u sell-kep- iued-blu- Mason Hotel tirst-clae- a. Cars TollotinJ hand aud foot for years by I be chains ofdUeate Is tbo woist luriuof slastry (loo. D UilJUius.cfMamhe.tcr, Mick., tells how such a slaro w.s uiads nee. lit says- "My wife baa a helpless for n years thatsbo ivuld not Un luru our lu lied aloue. Alter using two bottles of Klrc-tri- e Hitters, ska It .ouJufully liuprored and able to do her own work." This supreme remedy lor leiuale diseases ijulckly cure uerrousutM, me.aitholy. hradaibc, battaihe, Uluilng aud diiiysiwils. lblsinlracU worklug uiedulu It a godvudtoweak.slikly, run down ihmii. Kcry boltUguar.uUea. U.lyA0uts bold by iVuny. Druggist 3P3 spent hundreds of dollurn with doctors und for medicine to oo uvull until I used ur. This remedy Hell's makes weak lung strong. It lias saved my life. J. II. Ilosell, UranUburg. III. him." Tbo lust words ot Andrew Dobson, who committed suicide at Indlanupolls, were: "Toll Tom Tuggart I voted for WI2AK EVW AUK MAUC STIIONU, National Convention of Christian Dim vision mudo cleur. styes removed aud Churches, Cincinnati, O , Oct Onu faro for tho round trip from all gianuluted lids or soru eyes ot uuy klud stations, with final limit Oct. 21t. speedily and effectually cured by the uo of fjutlierlund's Kugle E)e Bulve. It's put up Henry Jones, of Indianapolis, killed la tubes, and sold on u guarantee, For I himself when ho was accused of theft. .ale ut l'euuy's Drug Store vtrv sn.l within four utiles of die educailoualadvaulagcsif iauviue lue vouibuousi ceuireoi tveuiucay Tba VJS sins coutalulng the Imrrovenieuit, aud Iba lid acres lying alougalde, aid having a leuaut house aud one of the barut meutloned, will be sold together, or tiparulely, accoullug to tha bid whhh nug. uiotb luuuev. We wlllsltotelfuiir liva stock and luiplemcnta, Kvonlug from Uu llllO. .V IMWJ Wi l.vian, IJsdi, 1, 3, Trains MornhiK II SUK.I I andSytart old. 3 Jruueis all lu foal, about 40 Hogs will Is) odered II not sold before, alto about IW ton Stntlon, 10th and Hroadway, high grade bhorthorn litlfeia. all brtd to ItrgitUr Tjca,..frastrsi llnattrint' I II f nfltl fl llnil ft Mi! (xl auunuoru uuns. A big stock of ftriulug luifttuiueuts. In goo.1 Uconsln, Minnesota, Webrasku iududleirfi Wagons, g of them uew Miiili. rates to a, 11 Wagons, aud 1 Market gtrdeuei's and polnta in the far West, Including wtgou, I almost new Hinders, a Peering and a Cluioplou: should addrtw Cultlvatois, tiuodiis, Ac, Ac Also a complete out. niivr msiteigaruener, cuutuiiogot rotate 1'lau-tcPlows, bash, Ac Frsnk J. Kced, Gen. I'ass. Agt . About "U acres of Corn, aud If njt soldbefoie, K. II. Bacon, DU. I'ass. Agt. alxiut J.ooi) lisle, of Hay, Terms loads kuowu oo day of Kali. W.ll, McDoil, Vlcr.l're3.& Oon. Mgr. tills beglui St V O'clock. Charles II, Rockwell Traffic Mgr T L.4 IV.H.LII.LAKD. LOTJlSVILIsaS H. C. RUPLEY, CHICAGO. The Merchant Tailor, b1 Stanpord, Ky., Is Recclvluc lifs Spring & Mummer Goods. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. GJve Him a Call LsjfegifcAt HjAjfclja. . .A t