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NOVEMBER tho leglilntiira won In Anderron by .10, while Goobol carries tho county by 21. Two contested precincts In MadUon may dectdo the race fur representitlvu from that county, electing Combs, dem- 10. 1899, 10 A. M. I UNCASTER. Dr. Acton will build a handeomo brloK rcldenco on Loxlnjrlon uvcniio Mr. 1M WnlKor died on Monday foretatcd In noon, Instead of Sunday, n your laat luo. ThoHecord will havon rooster today, Thursday, crowing over tho victory for water works, for which that paper Is to bo credited In n lartfe mcasuru. It U absolutely funny to hear eltlirr party cry out fraud ntfulnn the other, ns tho record of till parties show that on any noanjroU'wlnirsarosproutlnj? of thorn. A Courier Journal and fulling to see tho on Wedncr-darooster, an In day of yore, cried out fraud to tho newsboy and demanded a return of his money. Hev. J. C Massco Informs mo that ovanKolIstlc services will begin atthu laptlst church noxt Sunday, conducted by llov. J. (J. How. Preaching at 10 a. M. and 7 P. M. Tho public Is cordially Invited to attend. Our frequent elccl'ons tear the business Interests ol tho country to pieces, and I am In favor of a limited monarchy, to avoid tho principal elections. Wo would llvo moro happily and moro prosperity. Tho many friends Col. II. M. llur-dc- tt aro grieved to hear of his death at icxlngton on Tueeday. lie was for many years ono of tho ablest lawjers at this bar and cu joyed a lucrative practice. Ho was one of Lancaster's most enterprising citizens and was an Intelligent, genial and altogether a man worthy and an accomplished Many will recur to the happy moments spent with him when this city va his farmer bought n by (Vi.COO. Husrell county complete gives plural Ity of 107 for Taylor. ,l H. Taylcr, rcprciontatlio for l and Caey, 700 to $00 majority. 2p Hon. C. C. McChord is elected by, over 2,000, which seems to b a pretty I endorsement of his bill to regulate rate on railroads. A. T. Allen, who was Thnrum H. ' Heed's secretary, wa elected in the 1st fcScvonc! A Malno district to succeed him In Con-- ' THU NKXT ATTORNEY GKNKKAL. grHSf, by a majority of 4,050. " "' Sixty of tho 07 counties of I'ennsvl- For Instance, tho republl-dldat- u vanla glvo Darnntt, republican So Infor Slate treasurer, a nluralltv Cins In their table of returns credit Full Goebel with OiK) plurality In Kenton, of over Crcnsy, democrat. Mc.r.hord. Six democrats wcro arrested at whfrcat the nlllnlal returns show the Frankfort on warrants sworn out be Plurality for Goebjl to be 2,493, a dlf Lcfjislaturc Democratic on Joint fore a Federal commissioner charging i '"'ence of 1.503 In Gocbcl's fuvor In ., .i i ...! Ballol by 46. nun niiMii .i.i. in.iuiiuuiinc eoioreu voicrr. 'nno county alone KinT'itxs no iccclvcd by the Di ro; Mercer county: Gocbcl 1,331, Hrown ocratlcComn.litco at Frankfort show Maryland, Virginia And Mississippi 101, Taylor l.tMlO; railroad commissionihotGocbol has carried all the districts er, McChord 1,271, Irwin 1,530; fllso Democratic. Uui-rcl- rCjit WIJ GOEBEL tho cluding Tichut, ocrat. Kobrt Trent I'alno carried Huston by 0,000, but his republican opponent win, W iULlK The secret of a good shoe Is not necessarily In a high price. A cheap shoe is poor economy at any price. The Ultra shoe for women has established a grade of goodness that no shoe at any price ex cels. The Ultra price of Sj.co Is a standard that Ultra quality, style, fit, and comfort stand back of. elected guvefliorof Massacbunctts l'ii-k- The woman's Shoe Is Elected Doubt. One price. All styles. These shoes are famous for their fitting qual ities, beautiful finish, and excellency of material. Wearers of the Ultra are satisfied wearers. lOO.-K- $3.50 H. J. McROBBRTS. A i. Garrard democracy requests that a small rooitor, even if It Is a bantam, bo eorved with this letter on account of tho election of Wm. Uay, Jr., a dem ocrut, to represent tho county. Here, In a republican county, tho homo of tho governor and other leading rcpub Means, a man, "to fortune and to fame nnknown," living among the vino clud hills of Uuckoye. '.he stronghold of re publlcanlsm, defeated a prominent ro publican, who was supported by leading republicans of tho Stale and tho governor, who spoko hero In hi behalf. It was very much like David lighting Goliath. As a presidential election Is noxt In onler, I dcslro to suggest that, no dif THK NBXT GOVEKXOIt ference how near Mr. IJryan Is to tho hearts of democrats, wo will nover bo Goetiol olului-- Ins b 7.000. ablo to elect a democratic president Plurality .. will ho I uoo In round who lives west of tho MUsUslppl or , dnmiid head- south of tho Ohio river Tho wealth quartern ihiire is grf at rejoicing over nnd manufacturing Interests of tho the magnlnVont vluiory that hits just are conllned'to tho Eastern States Iwen won. Suniilur (ioubol and they, or the North middle States received ti'loram fnuu llry.in will furnish tho chief executive so long him t.u bis vuiiory. A as conditions remain as they are, and half hour boforo rvctlvlng It Goobol are not llablu to change. Ho wired they "I have won Kentucky must bo Identltlcd with tho Inte-vt" fur von ami diuincracy next of that section and wo should consider C!ih'Ih1 U idected u doubt and well buforu wc nominate. can piui-- riMiti'p do tup of I'olumii of ,mi On Tuesday, Virgil, a llltlo Tho I'out lur will eoiitain iuih Dr. J. H. Klnnalrd, fell from his sadHlaokburn sajsreiiuollcan tuhjorltioB dle, his foot hanging In the stirrup, are r.iisetl uverv where by Chairman and received some painful brulso. Long ami Goi'IwI'b KuMib-Iicuu- b Squire. Hurton fell Into a cellar of tho aro hedging on their bets ur,d on Tuosduy. and was badly now hotel, are now biiulng two to ohm on Go !ul. disabled, though not seriously woundALVKUfciN ed. On tho same day, lien H.iker and Clay gauTu)loi- - Uu7 majority. itnguged in a dlllloulty. Huston Clurk I'ulaskl glvu. Tuyior l.ill ni.ijurliy. concerning sumo former mlsunder Laurs)l i(iHntygrt TajlorOJJl major-Uv- . standing. linker tired onu shot and Clark threw several stontts, but no onu Tho reputiiieiins made (jalns In Kan was Injured. I.atur in tho afternoon they met, on lUltlo How, und ouch sas. II red soverul shots, Hakur rocelving a Thu Nth dUtrlut guo Goehel : small slight, wound In thu head. ShorltT San- - plurality. dors und Deputy Ward arretted them. A dumooratlo mayor was uloctd In link i' - was lodged In jail and Clark San I'ninolwo. guvu bond for his uppoarancu for trial. Way no county, Goubol I,22d; Taylor I am under obligations to Clerk J. 1,127, Hrown in. Franklin coutilv gave ihod-ijrat-l- o M. Duncan and his poll to deputy, O. ticket ticket 1,110 majority. V. Bhugure, for tho county vote, Tho republicans carried Iowa by 00,. which Is us follows: Goobol 1,1I)S, Urown 10, Taylor 1,207, Wallace 40, 000, which Is a gulit for that party. Casey went over 400 republican and McChord 1,181, Irwin 1,253, Kay, dom., for representative, 1,211, Walker, rep., Taylor was elected to tho LogMature. 1,&'). Water worku carried, tho voto Chairman long now claims Taylor's being ?52 for, and 10 against. Tho election by l,i:i'l. At llrst ho claimed following board of city council was 10,000. olected: J. B. Stormcs, J. C. Itobinson, Koturne Indicate a republican major- J. A. llcazloy, J, M. Illgglnbotham, Ity In South Dakota of not less than IUco llongo and J. I. Hamilton. At 10,000. there aro tbreo new members tho pubTho fusion ticket In Nehraskl, chamlic will watch their proceedings with pioned by Ilryun, was elected by over Interest, until they find how they 12,000. statu! on different questions, such as Jackson rolled up 1,1120 for Taylor, water works, blind tigers, night pollco, although th oro aro but 800 names on fee. A full voto was cast and no trouble tho assessor's books. occu. d ovor tho election. Goobel carried Jessamine by about 1100. Tho democratic candidate for tho I MUTATION. LONU Legislature won easily, Is the forerunner to consumption. Dr. Doylo county did nobly. Ycrkcs will cure It. and Doll's announcement for tho Senate doesn't give such strength to the luugs that a cough to have cut much figure. or a cold will out aettlo luora. Twenty flrs itceni Calloway county gives a Goobol pluceutsat I'sauy's Drugstore. w w rality of 1,501, again of 213 over the Collins have advanced again this plurality for Shackelford In 1807. W. P. Cox, democratic candidate for time 10 per coot. , inieu-bi'r,nu-tl- on ll.-yas c homo. In the Stale except tho Third. Fifth Chlnn, democrat, 1,178, Wiland Eleventh. Allowing lor all conson, republican. 1,500. giving hlra but 7,500 majority In BRYAN WINS IN NEQRAS. Thcro was a light vote In Mississippi, tests, KA, (ill, tlin ln.nu.pfi,!. minlli !. Ill fVVI the Firstdlstrlct. th democratic strong hold, and llljerally discount ng evcrv for the entire State ticket. Thu pop- possible !os, his total majjrity In the Ktt.Ni;n)itT, Nov. in. am ullsts elect one member of tho Legii- .democratic districts is, figured In round Chalrm-i'IlUckburu p'iuvr. ilHinocrut-I- c laturu. The rest uro democrats. I numbers, 2.1,000. Tho republican ma- majority at Mini joint tiullot SenOn tho basis of the voto cast In tho Jorilv the Tnrd ui.trlct Is placed ut 150 Assembly districts, tho republicans ate Mirtdy timiln up uf 2il al i(T00. Tho rcpubliCUn inures In carried tho State of New York by 11- ,- Louisville are taken, .bowing a tnajor-12 republican?, 27 demS5J plurality, although New York city lty Xi ocrat; imiiim- - 03 riinKK-ni'-- , lnore 0f :i.255. The Committee has Kac a democratic majority of I...UW. received doHnlte rejuirn of tho majuri- ill liming niifady henrO Joc sent this: Hon. W. J. Ilr.van, ' lies in 11 of the lOcountlcsof the Kiev- from. Hlackbiirn will bo elected sen- Lincoln, Neb , "Wo have carried Ken- - enlh district. The total majority In ator on first ballot beyond doubt. lucky by small, but safe majority. Sic- -, the district Is estimated by allowing iS- -r- -, rr- -j ciro congratulations upon your splet-- , thu otl.ir counties the full minorities did victory in Nebraska. Jo C. S. returned from them In 1898. U)in this IS arkburn. calculation the republican majority In Thu Ml. Yernon Signal Issued nn ex- the Eleventh Is barely 10,000. That tra at 0 A. M , Wednesday, which show, makes thu total majority In tho rcpub ed that Rockcastle gavo Taylor 770 llcan districts barely 21,000. Goebel's mujiirtty. Hethurum beat Totteu for majority in the Stale by this representative in every precinct Incalculation Is 2,000. It Is more cluding Totten's own, Hrodbead. likely to bo 5,000. Tho Federal and municipal author-- 1 les clashed over tho election at Covington nnd Chief of Police Fugh und other police olllecrs were arrested. by L'nlted Slates marshals. They were charged with Interfering with election I i ly i J repre-sentnll- vc, Save Your Money In Company That PAYS $3.00 FOR EVERY $1.00, As You Will See Below. 1. Southern Mutual Investment Co. mmng'T'HF - Xiesrington. Ky. Kcgular Redemption, Oct. 1899. Cost r J V. Illlfjr Mn.ll 11. Vaughan Chat. V, Icain Alliln SclineiJer I A.ller W J. Wattt l.llllf (hlerlnK Mitc.lfr.V Arnnlront, Islington Stt.V) S. II. Ilillty 1'vdm Iifj-o- t l.i So o.) ir a. i. Ariiisiroag ieziogioii W J Newman tttsil lxjulsTllle SIVI im Hi no IWOO Clorlnnati.O Islington VerulIlM, ,11 53 50 J. V. lUwanl IlenMn J A. lltrlow II II. I.W TraDk Klunib Aiiiiltion Zanesrllle, 1iiiliTllIe Lexington tlii)jton .MM !a M MM Mrs. h II. Unite I.in,llle ' J A Harlow Lexington Mrit It Multhrr Monterjr lxlngton Wj ll A. W. Knitter lir T t). Jlereillth Ilurgln I. A. M. tirelf Iiuiiillle lVII.I Ilemlngbiirg ?.' Lueiiirr Ml 2 1 I'annl):. Clilnn Lexington ll-- i I'M N. 1'iiegleln Iul,tllle 41 47 ,V) 50 4150 47 .V) 4i 50 4.1 4ii50 4150 50 .V) 76 iVi 114 3.1 111 21 111 10S.14 li m 31 103 a 1(M5I 10.1 41 4 O 6i VI M IJ1.17 SI .VI Jn.vi IiuITllle Ltxlnxlon lxiuliTille 1. HI .III ,M),V) SO Sit A Von (IrueDger C. A b'ulrer S. M. .V.K Tracy J. II. Hiker A Lu Terry Cnilhwalte ieo I ItoliermoQ Mm A. J. Tajlor 15 M ,Vi fW M 49 4.1 Ixlngton V) .VI .V) 371 49 AnJrew Jaikmn Uro, II. Ilot4.nion 4 .VI 41 .VI 4 I.VI 411 olllocrs. 4J.VI .VI quantity In politics, having taken little or no part In political matters. As a gentlcmiin and as a lawyer ho Full Ketunis of Detu cratlc, Hepuhlicin and all parties will ho given for their money in stunils well and us the legislature will be democratic, he won't bo able to get , through any extreme measures, even If MudUon county gives Taylor, on tho he were disponed. face of returns, 2.SD3, Goobel 2,802, RRODHEAl), Hrown about 75. For the legislature, W. T. Harris, republican, 2,802, W. of in The oleetlon passed oil very quietly, W Combs, democrat, 2,712. For counus usual, but thcro were earnest workty judge, K. C. Million, republican, ers for both parties. We gave dem2.el 1. N. H. Coy, domocr.it, 2.730. Mnj. ocratic majorities of 28 ('. F. Huruam, rupubllean, no uppo-sltioL. F Hubble from Lancaster was was elected to tho tcnulc. here a feu- - data slnco looking about Ohio tins given Nash, tho republican tho y l, for the Southern candidate forgovornor, a plurality that Wo think tho road will bo built & Co . L. 136, will reach fully 50,000 und possibly this route, but wu don't fall out with o It. Hamilton county (Cincinnati) jou Stanford people lor wanting tho was carried by McLean by 1,174, but road. o the republicans managed to elect four Mis. G, Hicks has gone to Moroland ! men on tho county ticket against tho to spend the winter with her daughter 6 fusion combine. Tho legislature la Mrs. J IU Minks. Mrs. G. W. Wut-kln- s 9 .Of All Kinds For., strongly republican In both branches. and Mrs. C. A. Plerca from Oak-Ic- y are vlsl.lug their father, S, Templln For tho democracy of Kentucky tho outlook Is growing brlghtor and bright- Dr. Proctor has gone on u business er unto thu perfect day. Chairman trip to Louisville. You should umembcr that my store is headquarters for Dr. Clark bus been working day and Illuckburn has raised his figures from 3,000 to 1,000 and holds that tho Legls- - to get his uew house completed for Mr. Dry luiuro will bavoon joint batlot a dem SlulTcrt, from Louisville, and Mr. An thirty-four- , oven derson, from Lebanon Junction, who ocratic majority of conceding tho doubtful districts to tho have opened up a restaurant aud lunch &c. PIosltlon. Patience, and proceed room. They will furnish meals and train-mewith tho olllcial count. Louisville basket lunches day and night to This will bo a great convenience Times. a "I am elected," says Mr. Gocbcl, for tho traveling public. "and If so declared, I will occupy tho NOKKIIIT TO L'lit.lNKNj. otllco In splto of tho threats of the Lou 1 he woimu who lilovflv lu far, form acj Urn-- r railroad company, lsvillo& Nashvlllo will alwaya liars lilcoJa. bul out wbu wuuM Uatlraillie kifii Taylor, and their political allies. Wo sickly aJ alluuH Juwo,lief lienllh.Im lull It wtalt ahv will ncrruua aoj tun ur Lltluv trou- If will have in this State, four years of Irrlublit.jiiiiurthsblooa will nuw plmvln, blotibM, LI., kr demo;ratlo management of Slate af- sktu rrulluna aDd w rrlcksJ (tuililoo, IksworU to llllleta la lh fairs. We will have no riot alarm rrgulat tviuacb, Iwat lusUlclne lu anJ topurlly llitr snJ kiJujt bolls, no bayonet rule and no Federal tb LluoJ. II fri ttroug ucrtra, trlbl tjrea. II will aiuoulb, lelv.tr tkto, llcli couilexlou. marshals at tho polls, but the repre- luskva.pKHl'l'MD.K' rbaruilrig wuiuau o( arua. Uowu lurallJ. itulj W noli at l'tuoj'e Piu sentatives of tho plalu pcoplo of tho Si lur. w Commonwealth." Robinson Harris, a Chicago sport, Taylor claims his election by 4,000, bulbil owu figures show his defeat. jumped into Lake Michigan after tak IIli claim Is based on falsification of ing five grains of morphine. Ho bad complete returns and grossly partisan lotl heavily at cardi. & Tho blood thirsty and savuge Deboo says in his impotent fury: "Taylor Is elected und, by heaven, wo won't be counted out. If tho democrats attempt to count u out they'll get shot nnd and somo of tho Election Commissioners will get hanged." Hoyle county gave Gocbcl 1,410, Tay. lor 1,412, Hrdwn 41. Hockham 1,390, Marihall 1.3S7, McChord 1,401, Irwin 1,371. Bagby, democrat, was elected representative by 05 majority. R. G. Price, democrat, defeated Stanwood, republican, for circuit clerk by 132. Tho republicans were overwhelm ingly defeated In Maryland, Smith, the democratic candidate for governor. winning by a plurality of from 10.000 to 15,000, Indications ilnt to a demo emtio majority In tho General Assem bly, enough domocrats having been elected to olTsol the republican Koter J. II. IlaWr Itol-er- t Mra. Annie .Martin Clnrlnnatl, O Mrs. I.lla Crane Lexington Mrs I'.. Norton " MM 4!) SO 44 .VI 10181 s; Cna. btelnwehr Itockwood.Tenn Ixxlngton 42 .V) 100 43 tl'JUl Mrk Stevens Newwrt Newt, Va 3150 79 41 l 71 W.J Nelms - W Limb 40 50 93 l in n I-Wllltiin Metrirer ijmisTiue Uxlneton 3.150 )i(l 9110 Nillle J. lluforil 41 .VI 103 Ji Flkckrtter 111 M 311 .VI llo.A Harrington Kalmoutli W II i 41 .VI 97 7.1 119 lit llcwina I'eterman IiuIsTllle M U Howling 41 50 Ilurgln 97 75 1U.1 I.' !V1 IH I'lill liirrick 40 50 Nicbolaarille ;rj Aaa Uxlge 31 5C 79 41 Islington 119 hi III .V) A.J Taylor " 93M 3,150 77 Oi IiuUrllle H .11 'lonf llelniman SS 50 8!9 !) M Annfrtdeuieuts 37 50 rlewlngsburg 8710 1IR I.' Jot. il. Tower ll.U1 Total ... . Si G42.00 6 J2S.M MfN TroatOierCoit .......sl,y4.0i5 41 1U I'r. n.ir J II. UIU.II Vounit 1.VI 4I5H 4150 IMS! 10.181 li art et 119 111 ...J-2IViO- Islington Ilrlgbton 17.V) 37 SU 11713 New Itiulnens for Octolr III3S Total TjlJ Certlfieate llolilert 8719 Total Tan.il to Itewre I'und I1 50 76,531 IS ......... BARNES WEAREN, Local Agent, Stanford. If our goods give satisfation, tell others; if not, tell us. P. M. McRoberts, Esq., who Is olec ted to the Legislature by tho skin of bis teeth, Is romewhut of an unknown EleetioD Hetoras Good Clothing-- Hats and Shoes, Shirts and Underwear. ' Best Line Overcoats the State. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. ri, rlght-uf-na- rall-loui- ox-ou- J. Frohman THB GLOBB, itet'.iii "'' 'Phono Danville. '""" NEW GOODS I Men, Women and Children. J Goods, Cloaks, Capes, Clothing, Overcoats, Shoes, Hats, Gloves, Hosiery, Groceries, n. JAMES PRYE, Hustonville. Klei--tri- SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES. CRAIG HOCK EH. to ,V " tpn'Z 1 ' di itfeivu-- t. in.i.iiil iir quircr as barren of a tlnglo editorial Following aro the return Irom tuu band mid his bndu uf a wccK. precinct of tho emintv. Tho otllolul Martin Collier, IS, nnd Mrs, Mary Nov to, 1899 paragraph. Stanford. Kv., Cook, 3!, were married on the 8th. It couut wl.l not bo nxulu until POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. but It will ary llltlo irooi the figures Is llio second material venture of both. Shelby gave Goehcl about 600, which given. W. P. WALTON. Alfred (Jwynne Vanderbllt I. to mar. is a falling oil. Nnrtli. Mell'lita. ry Miss Elsie French, daughter of tho Mottn'l. Tnrlnr United States Senator Thomas A. Stanford I IT ITU I" lato president of tho Munhntnn trust til 14 DIC STORES 14 BIG STORES sw was arrested and fined at Hel Carter urn S rnmpan). i2o in j Hopklnsvlllo, i( t'0 Ellznbothtown. Mrs. Ha;. en and Admiral Dewey wcru ena, Mont., lor spitting on mo tiuo a isi tn married at Washington yesterday. The Owonsboro. MndlSonvllle. i in iit no governor's action In calling out walk. TUB ttT l Coorgotown. ceremony occurcd ut St. Paul's cburcn, Sholbvilo The constitution forbids tho governor Or.ibOrtfli.irdl IM la severely con 1M the troop at Louisville lT SKA Bnrdstown, Morfjnnflotl. in ,4B to take personal command of tho State Father Mackln officiating. a demccd on all sides, one man remark B Elkton Clnrksvlllo. Tonn. militia when called Into actlvo service, Wn) iKxburir t 4'' Three brothers named Wlnfiuld mar! 121 was tho frentest outraco 1W ing that it 3 Ma Vorsalllos, Cnllntln. Tonn. but Gov. Bradley takes Tim Campbell's ried three sisters named Hurrington ul t t Inon rrpnnatructlon dav. On the au ' Stanford, Ky. broad and liberal view of tho matter: Mt. btorllng, Wlntleld, Toon , tn one ceremony, uud ! tK trumped up statement of tho opposition ll Constitution as between llu.tnnvlllol5 lT tho prencher only got i' for tbo job IK 1M tlW organs, he had the troops in readiness "What's the HND friends?" Louis lllo Times. Mrs. AnnlaM. Macav, aged 2), has t l?l HI 3 I'll and when Judgn Toncy, who had withCleveland was leavAs secured a divorce from her husoaml ut out allowing the democrats to bo heard, ing the polls at Princeton, N. J., ho St. Paul on tbo grounds thui he kept I.W I.: t.TM All of our Full mid WitttiT Stock was bought nt one tiint.' granted mandatory Injunctions requir- stopped u moment to speak to one of Total.. I Majorities her awake nt night b sticking her Ining election olllcers to admit Brown before t la iHiVitncc for thu nboc 11 Storcri. The buyers his friends, whereupon an ovcrolllclous Tho commissioners will declare the with needles und pin;. spectors, wrote him that the order was policeman from Trenton, detailed at inentioued nboe go iu a body to market each Surrounded by his relatlv?. and In- for the disregarded and called his attenofficial vote being the polls, not knowing who Mr. Clevefor railroad timate friends, enjoying their congrat- season, buyiug good iu C'ne Wo get thorn at a The vote for McChord tion to the fact that the judge was not land was, ordered the to aud tils opponent do not ulations and merry making over the a ministerial ofllccr and could not en price that enable us to you anything in Clothing, move outside tho chalk lino. Mr. Cleve- commissioner vary much from tho beaJa of their re event of ills golden wiUdlug anniverforce the decree, the governor rushed land smiled, stepped into his carriage sary, Joseph Kolerba, SO years of uge, Shoe;, Pry Good, Xotionn, Cloaks nnd Capes at less monspectlvo ticket. to the telephone and ordered out tho and was driven olT to his homo. suddenly expired at his home In lpcion to eo to the polls and see that Tho result of tho election In tnls ey than they can be bought nt present. No adLop off the ignorant Negro vote of Brown Inspectors were admitted. The county shows that Mr. McP.oberis owes the cities and the Illiterate white vote vance in prices with us. tramp of the soldiers along tho streets of his election to thoe k called demothe mountains, and tho republican considerations who hold per-onand Col. Mengel's inquiring at the party wouldn't show enough strength crats,principle Thl. Is fhown decidedpolls created soma excitement, but tho at the polls to entitle It to a place on oer the Maxville precinct, which gave whole proceedings were so farslcal that ly In tho olllcial ballot next year. And yet Will commence to liny turkey Motidiy. they excited only derision and conTaylor 70 and MeUoberi 01 Had such Nov 13tli. is tho sort of party a lot of vicious nnd pir cent per unl. men not gone back on us and If thc tempt. Judge Toney has stood well as this good up 1.1 Cot Hooilrr Cotton at I Jc, aro looking to democracy In Hustonvllle No. 1 hud liet In for good utooW next till Nor. Slit, a judicial officer, but in lending him- and fatuous democrats week jour ilwk 1.1 Oners Trliiti Cotton t years of good government In J K UllllJTIAN 4c. done Its duty, Mr. North of tho republicans for four self to the scheme crcn half "JO Kentucky. But you can't grow grapes Car Fancy Oilico nt !ljc, would have won with votes to spare. bo has brought himself into ridicule. "JO Cases Indlso Calico nt on thistles or figs on thorns. Louis He Everywhere else the republican, wore 10 Cmth Cnnton Flannel from Ijc up, AND now there Is another claimant ville Times. handsomely. In tbclr strong held down t. The Brown men applied to Judge hold, for the judgeship in tho London thc Highland precinct, tho usual A court decided that the election Sterling B. Toncy election morning at majority was cut half In two nnd on tho Hid. for i lCnljIn, of I'vtMm Hall to ! held a year ago to fill an unexpired Louisville for a writ of mandamus to wholo Lincoln county's true-blu- e dem- Imtlt nt l'ltuliurc win Iw rrolrrU tiy tlir lm UDdcrlf;u'd iommltte term was Illegal. It should have been compel election ofilcers to admit their ocrats have nothing to be ashamed of. at noon on Nor W. IW anil will unl 04id I'lun Inspectors to the polls. Without grantnjdn-.ilrienn Iw lint l,v held this time instead, lawyers hold, the They put up n magnificent fight and " Union Mills nt 36c for Ladlm' nnilMUbvs, l.'W at Pittsburg. ICy. but no candldutes appeared. Hon. ing tho democratic lawyers opportunity nearly won over corruption, fraud and j w IIATI. '" UdhVall wool llosr at 16;, twoforilc. 160 Wilson, of Barbourvllle, to be heard, tho judge granted It, and Ignorance. John Henry ." II. llltlVTOX. "' ChililrrnV ami 160 T"l Hose nt 11V, thric for 36c, Davis republi Mic Flcvcr-llmi- l Comtnltlir. observing tbo situation, had himself later did tho same for In the history of the county there " I5o' Flicccd Underwear ntlGc ind 60c .r Mill, 22 to 31, LVJ voted for In a few precincts and now cans. Democratic lawyers claim mat was never nfyileter or mors ,,rtlorly lEIO " Udirs' Dtcm Skirts from U.c to i6, In llltlr, II ack, (irnr and l'lald, claims that be Is legally elected. So this was not within his jurisdiction, election than that of Tucday, not'JtU) " Drt-K- Skirt l'attcrn nil wool l'lnld and rrNitifrom J 1.26 lo J7, tho farce will now have three instead and Indicate that if proved so in high- withstanding the many predictions of OS Pieces of Double Widlli Shirting Cheviot, wild ever whcri it 12 J, our price He, er courts the precincts involved may trouble. of two in tho cast. 1,'iuu 1 airs itianaris irom i?c a v.ir to m, be thrown out. Vhen It was announced Tuesday LINCOLN UlltCUIT COL'ltT. Old Joe gets there, glory hallelujah! was elected tho bojs night that North BRIEF HEWS NOTATION. ! Returns on the House of Kepresenta-tlvc- n tho V. V WalKm. I'laliitlff. Vcr.tu J. M Dalaii-rwent wild. If he could liavo Ac , Uvfentlnntt. Notlro of N. show 59 democrats, 39 republicans, At Piano, Cal., a son killed his fath cuthusiasm, It would have cheered hlra Ai Ulr(ctil by n Juilfiment iviKlsreil In 6) Tac I'alrnt Tip Iju SIii for our price Ot, two doubtful districts: new Senators, 9 thc nlKiruntjIt-- mw inil court nt tlm ,NV er because he struck the boy's mother. even In defeat. lOl) Can's Vcn'g Cue Slioca that we hou;ht'it a price that c can tell 1I11111 at 9Si, democrats, 10 republicans. On jolct tW. the umlrMlgtu'd Thomas Brock, an Owen county farwill on The campaign in thp county wa ably 13 CiM'a Hurklo Shoe for l!oy, worth f 1, our price "60, ballot the General Assembly Is So dem- mer, stabbed his son, Luther, to death " 311 directed by Hon. Harvey Holm, who Noiulay, Nov. 20II1, 51 republicans and two doubtI'.nlnToelKldSlioti lor IdUn, 2iuallly, our pricitll ii, ocrats, 1899, 50 '' IV.8'Hlj;li while drunk. deserves great credit for excellent Tp Shoci rnr.s'.np In ptite from ltc to 12, ful, giving a democratic majority of 34, A Tammany otlletal sued aXcW York d. agisted In fnmt ut tliv Couri-llnudour In ' 60 Men' lliRhTop nmln and Calf fcliofrom II.t0toS2.60, without considering the doubtful dis paper for $75,000 damages and cot a work. In it he was splendidly Iv ex ui- - In sitlo at puiill,- outrrr by J.T. Kmbry, M. S. Baughtnan, s. J tn tln hli;tiel und t bidder tin- - trtict of tricts. This means the retu n of J. C. ' verdict for six cents. Our Ctotliln, Cloakf anil Cape and thoiimnilj of other thine llint iur fparr will Koibry. Jr , A. C. Dunn, G. L Penny. nlxiut S. Blackburn to tho Senate, which nut allow tit to mention were Ixiugltt in the lot mrutionrd nnd divldiil, Klvin each The women of Chicago will prefect S. M. Owens, W. E. Perkins, Geo. V. makes all democrats rejoice 162 Aero s of Land. .Store the hrnetlt of the Inw price and rnth diirotint on turh Iota, no come In In nc us Gen. Wheeler and Gen. Fitzhugh Leo Wcatherford, J. II. Carter and J. M Heliingliig to ilefrndant J M I'elnnm, ltu- - J when ou tire in town that J on may got thehcnctlt of otir pnrt of Ihu low priie. Alvcrson The most execrated, dead and damn- euch with a $3,000 sword. ...... I I..1.1 u .1.1 f l....l.. b(...l I.'u I Thomas Brock, an Owen county fared man in tho Stato Is Traitor John nn ly)tli kIiIi'h of turnplkx IimkIIiij from mer, while under tho Influence of whls Stunford to Wnyiit'wI.arK. ImuniU'il on lliu NEWS OF THE VICINAGE. Ynunrr Ttrmen. Wnnla fall til crlvn full N'ortli br Tim :iml John llutchl.mi, on expre.slon to tho contempt all honest kV, stubbed his son to death. Hutolilvin mid bj In Clay county Llsh Smith was kill SurN'r, Limit of Tim bv InniNnf Jolm Vlug t autonomous government in been! The A lmen feel for those, who having ii the Sratli The l'hcsHt HitUbe iu Town iner llrjnnt. J '.V llu.lln and Lincoln Land thc Philippines has been established at cd by Enoch Juckson. made what they are by democracy, In Madison county Tog Webb shot Uoinpim. & CO., Thu oblei't of thu .'lie l to .itlfy the turn, when they find they can get no jjaeuiuu, III IUU 1SL1I1U Ul .VUKIU3 A. Henry Jones, of Falrvluw, Ind , kill- und killed Sanford Lakes. llennfv I'. Walton with InWrrtl frnni more out of it, to bo its bitterest toed. Dan Nov 10, l'fj. until ptld. O. M. DtrlMin. A mob fired Into tho house of T.I) f.ANKY, Manager, ed himself because he was "black ballLet all buch be anathema nmranatha. trnnti-- of U4MH Murk, for jMO. with Inter- ed,' when he applied for membership Parker, recently acquitted of the mur- Mt from Iw.'. :. until 'ind of the rtr.t Nntlonnl II ink or Htanfurd fnr WU'i. der of A. C. Turner, In Clay county. The republicans and renegade dem- In a secret order. with IntHrtt from Mnv HI. 1U'J, until' paid, M 's. Sarah White, of Lawreoceburg, Underwood .who shot John untl thu co-- t of thl priNetMllMK James ocrats aro howling that Tuylor will be w TriiMH: Thu xilu will m ind hi h ried-l- t counted out and make many and dlro O., areamed her house was on firo aud Barnes at Wutts' oro mines, ut of alx tnniitlK Hond wllh ga ' rlly bus surrendered and glvun for tlw imrt:liai orlee. Iwnrlnc Irrallnlir- threats of what they will do If theeo jumping out of bed hurriedly broke bond. On returning boinf he found 11I from d.iteof mlu unlll ld. wHble lo charges prove true But they can't both lower limbs and un arm 'oiniuUaloner IihvIiik furv Hud vift t ol In England, latel, a collection of or his only child dead. scare anybody A dozen men with ludgintiiit. unit alMH-u- r d In Urn on ih CI John Everolo shot John Du'ls ut aud, will U' reUlri d nf I lie pur. haer squirt guns could run jhem out of tho chids sold for something over 15,."00. It C IVVHKKN. lomml-.lnibrought 3100, Hazard. Tho wound Is supno-o- d to bo Stato. Goebel . elected honestly and Several cypripedlums and one specimen, said to bo tho finest mortal. Eversole is a son of Joe Ever-solfull ly aud will bo inaugurated. of Its class, brought. S7tij. chlnf of tbo Eyarrolo faction of NOTICES IN BANKRUPTCY. THE Lexington Herald threw oil its Hallowo'en jokers played "ghost" at tho French and Eversole war, and has disguise tbo morning of thc election liochcster, N. V., and scared I'Z year lied. Iu lb Iilri. I uurt l lb l.'lnlfj SUI . r.ir und begged Its constituents not to old Joel Smith so badly that he drop At Biggorstall voting precinct, Mad-(so- n Ib IHatrutiil Knirl.)r, In lunVrui.irjr throw votes away by casting them for ped to tho ground unconscious. Ho In lie niIU-li.llartcjr lMtikru.l. Oil couuy, u difficulty too't placo be IhU'tth dtf Wl Nuf. lu'irr, J llinl. !"., un Brown, Blair or Sohrauu, but mark died Thursday'nlgbt without over e !( llliuliul Ibv akirwttil lulikiut hr .IU. tween James lloirlug and James ICally, ! lr.l li)r nl Nikil-- r. it would do the most hurt, un- - i0 consciousness ttlnliriilK whou tho latter struck tho former flur. 1a urUrel bjf lbjurt laun licrtim W I:ii, dcr the log cabin. Billy's been under John F. Bennett, cbiof of police of with a stono. fracturing his skull. Ho hal llla,ll tti aibinirfl Ibe iAh ,Uy ol NufeauWr, A Wfera aaid the log cabin before und seems to like Hitttiesburg, Miss , wu. Ghot and killed will dlo. Kelly was asrested. Ballots diitrlit. la 'i.IiiuVUmIc, ukl n.uil it UmktUI ftIn mur at In lh utvi"t w " .riMllhl, aad llwl Hutlre thrd la. N. Holltogsworth, n washing ma- gave out at that precinct at 'J o'clock thriHu m mi by I. imhluhial tliutn ine Itkmi.ik Joimn,i( HOT II Marlon aud Washington coun-tie- -, chine man. Bennott struck Holllngc-wor- th and there was much disorder. H.aMr nrlHtel Ih aal--l dlxckct, ad that all iiiuwii nHlliwn m1 ,)tbr KrauaM In fouraat war with his fist and tho hitter Imwboro BlatlierskltaSweenoy lived IJichurd Kay Allun dieU lu-- t ulu'ht at augr ai ukl tluw ul 4m aud atiu uav fl ' ntvir In Stiinfml Ii,fnnti'fvft Sboua, (liililuu'a DriM Shim lwr Ibrjr nhy iIm aajira(Hkl atlliur and stayi), went democratic by Increas- mediately shot him The slayer a quarter past ulno o'clock of puoumon-la- . alrnuld uiIut.craii.L U mil ."Chrrnl Mm, l.niltufc Inrua und welt mjIcb, ll(;lit, weight ciilf kina. Waltw ascaped a lynching. ed mujiritltj Marlon gae Goebel 3t0 ut the home of M A Konnoy. This uf VUI.NKv3 lU lluooraW.iknMf atKtaua. Ju.ln.i () d I.mlci- -' Wool-liue- J Shiiia. liubhera to lit them nil Kmaktxi In mi I IuhcI ad iUeaal John Jackson, u noldler in tho 1st uiorulng tho sumo family e.xpriunod aalil Jiairul .mtlwuli dar m NutMuhar, A I', majority and McChorJ Us; WashingW Ii Owk, and McChord l!')0. Tennessee regiment, walked from San a second shock in thu suddou duih of lf ton guo Goebel Br T U Umu 1 ( CI A Lebanon man told us during tho Francisco to Clurksville, Teoo., wtinn William Konney I umpbell, ugod M, ol canvass tbat bweuiioi's support would dlsuliarged from thu hospital at thu auuUJ Brlght't. diseao Dam Ills hi ilia IJUlrht r.Mirl uTiIhi t ailMi stab f. rib, Illalmlirf K'ullmky, III haokrupKy former placo. He bud only fti.10 und hurt any cause. In nwauiiu ofJMiii V KriJ 'u bautruH : Una llliU)riir Nutrularr, A II, IMRI uu mli.id with this ho bought food during tho riuain ititi,M X ike ulurvuld baakiujn lor jn tune oi uouuu and misgivings, it ,00 dayj he WM 0 tho ruaJ CHURCHES AHDjaEACHEBS. illvliara Hll uu tlw rd ilay ul Nuirmlwr A li was refreshing for un old Virginian to Iim, laurdrml y Hie iuuii tbila UfjniM I WllUei. and Cim Murjmi, brothms a.lnuiHi llw . ilb day uf .SuiriuTr, Hov. Ilervoy McDowell, of Guorge-Uiw- n, liar HU.ni lli mtot ., ,,. near luut mu inoiuer oi aiuies una boi, reputable f A , imm, a.l'l euijrt al Luulaalll In ajld Harvluland, will prouch ut tho Prosbyteriuu dlatriLiut HI uilwk Iu lliu liiraiiaun, ur ra hur un example for her children by elect- - FrutlkUn uaiy, became engaged In CI ihtrml 11 o'clock. lbuBt.ii. .raillaU.', and that uulli illl.lalli. ull til. IC ill Hie ImkuIiik J.,IKI a ing u uegwiaiuro uimo.i, souuiy uemo- - dllllculty over tho division of a crop of church Sunday morning at 51' all W. B. Hutlcdgu closed a meeting at uc.uwri,ilnul inuld dlairiit,iu and mat may cratlo. Tho benato vMlt have not u re-- , toba(;co Ued hy lhum jolutly Wul. (rt known irwlltura aud ollirr rauua luurral publican In It. Tho houso but iwo. tor USBUUteil hlrt brotlier wllh u knft)( Southampton, In Davlcs county, with uiir al ajld Hum ami ,Ui aud ahuw oiuav if any llicy hair, why the i raver or aald iirililunvr St: ihank God for that much. ..,.!,,., u,,,n,i- - 41 uddltlons to tho Baptist church, .b aliouLI 11.1t M graiitul inlii,.,in Hir Wn.NT.SIll.o llmoralle Willir Krana, Judi CMOTo'CfO OOO O'O OOOOOOOOOO OO o 00 o o by baptism. 00 ' Gen. Joo Wheolor writes to an iu Mai intirui al i ranaruii ju n'iiLM,i.. .... .....J BUI VWIJ MMl UVULW bam a friend: "I am delighted Ala- - A convention of Mormon elder from ui ..hi vuuri, auu ilmiiih day of Suirmlwr. A. I, O Kil.l ill.irl. 1,1111 WWU3 o with I'WW. ii. Oui'MA.v, Ulftk that Goobel is elected, and If lie Is, by O Kentucky, Tenneso lly r. II WllKP, II. C. (aL.) tho Phtllppino Islands. I have nodoubt Alabamu, Georgia, tho eternal, hu will bo Inaugurated. o o see und tho Carolinus has been called o All thu bayouets tho republicans can that a llttlo push and energy this full to moot ut Knoxvlllo Nov. 10 and 11. o I o o order out can't prevent it. All aboard will crush out the Agulnaldo InsurrecA. Francis, of Winchester, Hov. J. o o ortho Inauguration of thu greatest tion. Out of 0,000,000 people In thu.o will begin ti protracted meeting ul I do not think that ho has moro o o Island, Ak utii lo mill.'lt kuhxirlhtlona for the man In tho country, uavo Bryan. Monday night. Pa&to o o Aiuurlcun Mwk I uriii uud Live Mock. Mint than 20,000 boldiot's, und In u vquuro Walnut Flat will piouoh thoro Sunduy Mwrul eoiiiuiUloim allotted .ronWtilu o o fm TlIK republican lenders uru making fight 5,000 Amurloans would tear them King leinik NiiiiiiIk i'oileK froi. Aildioa Kn o o extravagant claims of a majority fur to lccub. All that Is uueensary to crush 11 A. M. tiu'ky Stock I'urrn I'uI.IUMnl' Co.. Letliiic-too pruuobur In Now o A Presbyterian ly. Taylor, but thuy know they uru lying. thorn out at oncu Is for tho urmy to gut o o Evurutt, inurrled It is only u part of their plan. Thu ut them und keep ut them until thu York, Kuv Benjamin their three bons o o u bchoul toachur and 1MIK1TION WANTIIIJ. olaluis aro umde simply to ivo color to work Is done." Ho udds that hu will o o Oils, becamo preaohunt und nil of them maro I llualle tho cry of fraud Unit thuy will muku return In time to tuko his seut In o Now the widow farui IIhvk Ni.t.)ii itinreratwl oil Ii Klm'k ried school tuaohui. hud Hi ji ir HHHirUiii'u und o o wliun (ioubui l littelurod uluetud. kmmI o j ii win nut uu ii siujiriBc iu unj wnu aie cd futhur Is going to marry unothur ouiikUm liruve.rufvreui ea John V. Ilrnwii, o ICj Wuluut o UilVAN mudo tils light lor thu fusion at nil familiar with the good qualltlcD of school touuher und tho thrun bdiool- o sons will pciform tho OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO000Q ticket In Nebraska uud woo by at least Chamberlain's (Vjui;u Itemed, to know tcaoher nmrrled A A GOOD KNOB FARM 12,000. Ho tuado his light b'juaruly that people everywhere tako pie anuro In ceremony lurSdli. Cuntahk I'ai aur-- i aud lira imu'iuiT t uf llibbl ugaliibttho udmlnistratlou imperial-- ' relating ilieir fspcrlcnce in thu 111,0 of Uev Georgo O. Burnos airlvcil Irom ta-- liu.l.liiiira, 11. .1ii Maanawhi .wind uiauvutli rtnykiul. Will M Oypri'bK ShiiurU'H Iron Peiico. .11, lstle iwlloy ami won over nil thu hired Ihv plmdld lunllcluu and iu telling of Danvlllo yusturday und will pieuch ul irIu li tail at im y tr.taoi ura.ldiia J Vdlll Mil III 10th, ul 7 republican orator und Huong's money, the benefit they have ruielved from It, of thu Court-IIous- c niiuiiiiiii K night ut 7 aud Sun-iln- v ' had cold It lisH cured, of threatenvd ut- - o'clock, ANliOor.iian, too, wtlibo returned (Ju w ,... IVIi BIKI ihA-C-SmB3 i. M. Ills friend ( ut a. M. and ........i. 1. 1.... h V u...i.i ,.r., juii0 ,hted to aco htm hac'. It wun ,! irt(i4IIUilir IHunn iif PARKER'S to tho hunuto. Maryland wlp.d out a ,,, ,.,,,,, .. ,,. HAIR BALSAM .., -"..Mv hi In ClaanMa -- . . milllilli'ali inalorlLV ur .I'MtJIl ... IsV ...... aud Uaat ilea tba balr. iuumAjl a laiuiiaLt ftuwtli. croup and wltuoplui; cMitigh. It Is grand, ' liU Intontlun to uccorl un tuvitatiou to und liuvu udeiuucrutlu tiiajui ity iue Wavar Fail a lo Utattir Oraj II air to ita Youlbful Color. Ueuutur vVeiliutun, uood nudciue. for alio h Ouy uf H.000 C'ra'K ,fr Urcaator, Jwt ho declined, owlnj; to Motal I tooling. Mill Work. Qura a.'p d mahi a ktlr liilmz. ' the llaptist revival In prou'res. up , niual k I'niUo thu Iird' llpckcr. a.'.imf lJUM liruyfia THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i$$!g?Z3fc Like tho boy that tho calf ran over, LOCAL HBTOI.XS. VCOL MATRIUONIALMATTERS. ' OOL'XTV flLtfMITI.Y LIOAN ItJll'Ur I At r him iron 01 v treed wf and funnel tin-- , h"l THE- - - Louisville Store. SIX DP-A-Q-IE- tl I' OFFICE WAREHOUSE, LOUISUlLLe. hot. ere al TURKEYS MHNTED Cast Your Eyes at This. 260 Dozen Ladies' Vests at 15c; Two for 25c. TO CONTRACTORS. din-irlc- g rom-niltt- Commissioner's Sale. s v. 150 Dozen Comforts at 48c To $2 . -i Man-fur- U-- K I .... .t The Louisville Store. URBANSKY Proprietors. -- 11 I LADIE I I .r e, 1 I I FOOTWEAR gain-wher- 11 I 1 A I ! Completer Stock I 1 I 0 nar-tow- ly I i I1ill, 1 I I 11 I Styles the Latest, Prices the I Lowest, Quality the Best. H. I I J. M'ROBERTS. GO TO 1 - ,(i ,i. 0000000 . WANTED M'ljoberts, tl)e Druggist, &c, Drugs, School Books, FineStatioriery, Wall Paper, Paints and 11 fl-l- . At The Lowest Cash Prices. I 11. 1 w.. ,., ,,, ,.,. 11 STANFORD, ky: . 1 Ns J 3 il iMTni.i Siaskohd. Ky., - Nov. 10, 1899 W. P. WALTON nt me n little, but t treated tiim with deserved contempt. After aliout ten At I ramambaf the Drat iwrtt tixich minutes of desultory chatter he took mutt, Of thaw IwiutKuI hamla thai t loanl 1 himself off, I aaam to thrill at I thrn iraa thrlllnl Miss riiyllls watched the door closu lining I ha flora that I found unnllrl, Vhrn I mat your c and I ha ij'jrrnljr lw behind him, nnd then, suddenly turnAt ami aaid In rtvi Umhlnal, "Krrp it nowf ing lo tncAshu stretched out her band And ilatrl and a ona In a itrpim I atant ami said: Klwltif tha ahott nf your taautltul haixl. ".My dear Gerald, how enn I thank Bi'.AUTIFUL HANDS. V.'li. JOKELETS. A lw tr'lllahr lay- - Thing How It ttili? I'erhaps ileoflcji nlihts cuseJ It, or Rrief, or tick ctre. neis.or perhaps it watcause, No matter what the you cannot with to look old at tnirtv. Gray hair la ttancJ hair. The hair bulbs have been deprived of proper tooJ or proper nerve torce. Me Inventors nre responsible for taken nbaik. tunny tilings which nre simply out of Uttla I'rramnl litr'a tullnna jit "I think," continued Phyllis, without sight. rt, Had In rln whan ria wrra notlejiig my Miirprle. "that you nru Sin That Is so. And prayrra rir vain In tlidr will itarnaml the most generous nud forgiving peruna warm tuuth u( yuur baaullful LknOx Fur "Hut they haven't Invented a (lying son lu the world." nlui hint that has got there jet." tvrautllul handil U braulllul tianda! "I wns iifnild" sit Id I, "Hint you Cmjld yiiu raach rut from tha allan lands with me. but you are! Yeast Will these nutnuiohlles go eiHli.ra yuu ata tlnurrlnrf and slip ma loulitt wen offended Only a touih, rrr II ri.r ' iilil. tint, me you. slme you've nsUed me to ther way? t itlir.l, and my urary drvln llr In art warr I n rw I lotH yoo. Ion no. And hi hi your Ixnd aa I told you . I'rtaanl an I rarrawd it an I aa It a kUl iiild ftii lor a haml Ilka Inll!" And 14 J, "I your I Wheeler place of tin horse, Hpro(ett Oil, man who used to now takes It out of Wladom Oroopoal llumiirial. The bicycle has taken the has It not? es. In n way. The swear nt bis horse lu blowing up bis EstaTolislxed., 1793. The Old Reliable Cincinnati Weekly (Weekly Kditlon of The Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.) tlies. , confess that I was considerably The : Family : Newspaper. Special Departments devoted to Agriculture, Poultry, Markets, Literature, with oilier Special Features. Would lull llarll to nat anain, Tor tliert'a rto ail,ca Ilia wnflj command, id ymir I autldil hanlr I.ILf Ihr runt -- Jaiit-a VWiluumu llllay. limn'" inn said Miss Phyllis. "My dear (ieialil. whatever made j oil think lli.it? You'iif n dear See, I've got It "Offended!" Oil." ('rltiisotibenk Oh, es! I know n fellow who got 1111(0 It inme home last week nil ciedlt, nnd this wiek It went buck. Mrs. CrlLKonbciL I seen fellow out Philadelphia has been sleeping for two weeks. Mr. Crlmsoubeiik I suppose he'll vvnke up some tiny mid Uud himself famous. In Improved, Enlarged, In New Form. C4..MMMyKK.M.t'..X..XW vigor Increases the clrcuUt'on In the scalp, Rivet more power lo the nerves, supplies inlsv Ine elements to the hair bulbs. Used according to directions, gray hair begins to show color In a few das. Soon It has all the softness and richness of outh and thecolor of carlv life rreturns. book Would vou I.Xc on the Hair? JTc v. .1 cladly tend it 13 )ou. Wrlto as I It vnn ifn tint nhtiln ill the bcnerlts ou expected from the V.ior, rite the doctor about it. He may be able to suggest something of value to you. Address, ur. j. -- . AyerCo., Lowell, Mass l'T5' Thm Tlmm Commm to every elderly woman vrhen an Important functional rhangc takes place. This is called "The Change of Life." The entire system undergoes a change. 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He Uad Oattcr Ilotlfy Uia "Yes," said I'll) Ills, smiling. "I conj ft Jeweler. a sider myself null iiigiiged now." ti Q4atat1atatataatatarf4alatalM4a1ata14at40 "You don't mean to say," stammerWc liae nil, I MipfMjKu, In our llvc ed, "that "Oh. but I do!" she Interrupted, tiintlu MiiuiUtm little l)lundir, 11, do!" Aud her eyca blliiiilcrn, nud no forth, till 0110 ri'iichi'S "ltenlly. really sparlji d. tin pitch nf lrri'trlinltlt blunder "Tin re Is n mistake somewhere," I mid I havi tst I'lcnprtl t .1 tin. hat Is. oll explained confuted!. . itiiiiiiunt of oiil Hint fur t I menu I urn engaged." wns HKi'ly to pnm lrri,trliulU. "Naturally." raid Miss Phyllis, rals-ItiI hnd fiMillslily allow iil myvii- -l "We are both her eyebrows. self to Im fnnol lint til by Minn Htrniigor-forIt splendid?" "Hut," I managed to ejaculate nt jos, fiixi'lunted In, I think, Just last, with more force than politeness. the word to tni'Ot the enne. I'll) Ills Is n deitr, I'lilte n ilcar, nud "I'm engaged to some one else, uot to fur n. time I nubmit that I m.ih totter-- ' you." 'I his speech, blunt nnd plain enough unit-lug an the brink. I believe, ns In Its way, seemed tontTord Phyllis I did propose once or , ter of fact, that amusement. She curled herself twin-- , but of course I knew she'd nay In her chulr mid fnlily Hut, for one up more tightly Kbe'n ho rtoiiilblf. "uo, with suppressed awful, terrible inouienl nt the time ipjlvered you undeistnnil?"merriment. I explain"Don't I'm Koine to tell you nlout I jhotiKht ed. "I am engaged to Miss Alnesly rhi vvn gulug to forKi't herself nud say y I.itira Alnesly. and uf course, I'm ") en." sorry, but that vras sent you by Vou fee, the truth In, nue Is n little - j mistake." bit afraid of Miss .StrniiKerfuril. managed her to subdue Phyllis thing will sih'iu to be going swim-- litighter. er) mlugly, nud you think you're getting "My dear (Jerald. please don't look 011 ipiltv well nml beliitf rather cleer up nnd like that." she said, wiping the tears and nil that, nud then )m look eyes with on absurd little you net a Miiuetliilig In her eyes whlrh from her ucut'l handkerchief. "You ueedu't Rollers you down again. It'n In her Woebegone, even If you eye. .Somewhere right nt the back of look mi was going to accept you. did think I them there' a kind of glistening twin-promise not to marry you. Can't you kle Hint makes you feel that you're a ne? You went Into Somerton's and orfool and told them to Is uot like that. She In dered this brooch Now, It direct to the lady's house. nud knows nil about Imoks, send clever "It never seemed to have occurred to music and Ibsen, and she hardly ever as they Straugerford Just nils j 011 to mention her name, nnd your orsmiles. Hut Miss I in made something for me ut curled up In her chair aud chatters In ages past they naturally conabout nothing lu particular, and pays der cluded that this was for me. too, nud funny things which make you laugh with your It on by it nud dresses very smartly, and even sent I kuew It was mistake, so I nomeilmes smokes cigarettes, and yet card. Inquire. It was my maid directly one begins 'to talk about deeper sent ditllcult to dowu tothe truth." guess subjects she stays qulti cpilet nud tint "Oh!" said I lamely. keeps that funny look lit her eyes, for "There, here you are. you silly boy!" world as If site was lnughlug at all the she said, holding out the brooch. "Hun you to herself. nwny to I.auru with It. nnd forgive me Last summer, dowu on the river, we for playing a practical Joke on you, but got ou awfully well nt first. It was you did look such n picture of dislater ou that I came to the conclusion may!" a mistake to carry that It would "Wou't ou keep It. please?" snld 1 matters further, and its she had Just-w- ell, humbly. "1 ought to pay a penalty for not exactly refused, but put me on fur the second time, I thought It my stupidity." good of you, (Jerald, "It's nw fully better to let the matter drop. very but I don't know I met l.aurn. adores nnd It's ought pretty,I've been engaged Then I to. music halls, tihe says that slit thinks that Wednesday, you see, to Captain since the color scheme of tin ballet most Million." nud has come to the conclu"The very thing!" I cried, turning to sion that It Is uncnusclously based ou on the liaik. "I was (be primitive pilncliles of color music. the Inscription engaged ou Wednesday, too; see, bote's I am sure sbu'x right. I like, them my. the date." self. Phyllis looked. I saw a good deal of her nfter that "It docs seem to lit It nicely," she dinner, und Inst week we practically "May I really keep It?" engaged. Naturally I wanted said. became "Please do," said 1, "nnd If he says commemto give her Home souvenir to thing tell him It was u prciuntuie orate the day not tho ordinary, tulgnr mi) Christum offering." ring, but something with latent meanI 11111 glad the mistake happened afting In It. l.a lira Is great ou latent for I am very fond of Phyllis. meanings, so I knew she would appre- er nil. Ami-w- ell. Captain Million, or whatciate It. ever his name Is, Is n very lucky mau. Ou tho morning lifter the engagement -Home Chat. I went to Somei ton. the Jeweler's, nud I wittited. Dickson, explained what MiiMiulliH'a In I'liulnnU. their bend mini, pput'.cd the Idea ut Luglish people will tell you Hint In mice. nre no such "Vou want something with n pretty their happy Isle then things as mosiitiltoes. One gels pretty fccutlmcnt In It something oilginal." will used to tills kind of talk, but lu I couldn't think of nii thing mythe boast holds self, but he showed me a design which this particular ttituiiee good until thu good, or, Hither, did hold he declared would be Just the thing. It Is not nloue dollars It was a hurt of brooch, with two last few jciirs. touilst has brought one u ruby 111.1l 0110 n diamond. that the btiiuiner hearts to London. Mosipiltoes have been Imubj" was supposed to bo mine, beThe they have distressed tho cause Dickson explained that It klgul-lie- ported, nnd ilinti the American Hrltlsh mote Thu two passion and devotion. Probably the tiiiiue Is a potent big stoues were bound together with n one to conjure with,. nud some Idea true lover's knot lit diamonds a copy or vvhilt ten tide things nre expected of of an old pattern, he assured me, nud be learned from this ery pretty It looked. I gave him tny luosi'ultoee uiuy of the north country: Somo caid to slip Into thu box when It wits simple taleremote workings of a Yorkminers lu scut home. colliery teported to the superinInscription, sir'" ho asked us shire "What tendent that they had beeti much anI was leaving the shop. Ho noyed by the bites of monjultoes. Of course, directly ho asked me that went down to see about It and found a I Just told him to put I was btuck. tiu large and euergetle colony of yellow on the usual sort of thing nud to send bunded wasps "jailer Jackets," If you It to thu young lady at oucc, together like that better. Alnsleo'n Mngarluc. with my curd. Two days later among my uiornlng'a Iliivv lo Sll In llniiaoni. letters 1 received a nolo from Miss We have borrowed ninny things from Ktrangerford asking mo to go to tea. I I'ugllsh. One Is the accepted methbad Intended going to see Laura, but the out of cab. Tho a telegram to put me off, de- od of getting Into and driving gets lu ns on getting novice In hansom cnb l'liyllls. cided to go aud see would Into 11 victoria, coupe or othI was shown Into her boudoir and she isulpage and seats herfound her, as usual, curled up lu at) er American oil the far vide, leaving room for armchair, smoking a cigarette. It self companion or escoit to be seated struck 1110 that she wns looking ex- her ou entertremely pretty, uud for 0110 tleetlng by her side, next to the curb has had ing. Not so the womuii who second 1 almost wished that Lauui her hansom education In Loudon or lu smoked. She sent an l'ugllsli eiivlioumeiit. Atso, If Laura has n fnult-whl- ch, Is, ut enters-th- at you, I am not prepared to admit herself where she mind the curb nud her escort Is obliged to -s- till, If she bus a fuult, It Is that she crawl by hor to get to his place. Where has quaint Ideas on the subject of diivlug tho conNow, Pbllls Is alwajs beau- we turn to the right lu tinental method Is to turn to the left, tifully Volffe." versa, which probably acFor my part 1 felt a little uncomfort- and vice of transplanted able, but Miss Thyllls was not In the counts for this method There mlsdlivcllou which we follow lu rldlug lightest degree discomposed. wa another man tticre, and he glared lu a hansom. New York Herald. FMfiP.F.MRNT i 1 JJNOW NOW- g(j 20 20 raaca ix:tt2jtt&xji2tji:v2&iI Pages lOJ y, PER YEAR. ' 1 :i you"' 1 Sue Ilrctte Did you say Hlghcad wns at work ou it uew piece? Polity l.lghti' Yes; he expciU to have It Ilnlshed this winter. "I think I see Its llnlsh right now." She I think the railroads should be fined for running open inrs these cool The Weekly Os7ctte lm the largest circulation of any weekly pub lube I In the West. Held by over .'100,000 people. WANTED AGENTS. 2J"ricnd for 5;mple Copies, SEND FOR SPECIAL TERMS Addrcaa, . THi: COMMEHCIAL TMHl'NE Cnna., Cincntl "l-l- nights. g lie Y'iiii ought not to complain. It gives girls a good excuse for having to be hugged. Vonkers Statesman. I.rltrrs tn llrway, "I attended school 00 miles from the place where jou were born. I know j oil." "My grandmother knitted n pair of socks for you IS years ago. I know uti, Dewey." "My name Is Just the same ns yours, strong resemblance bennd there Is tween us. Do you teinember n boy who loaned you a Harlow knife to cut llshlug (Mile with? Ah, George, 1 know you, old fellow!" "George, I am n distant cousin of yours. Now, George. If you will send me n free pass and n week's rations I will attend your celebration." ou remember when you "George, tore your Sunday pants climbing the apple tree? George, It was me Hint caught you when you fell nu saved jou fiom breaking your left leg." 11 11 THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. Gallery in Central Kentucky, having been reThis Is now the most cently equipped with the marvelous Anistigmat Lenses; tho new discovery in optics! science I wish to say to the Ladies that d 11 1 THESEJustLENSES FLATTER. received a large stock of the very nw-full- batest Designs "Fleur-De-Lis- r) JVJouldigs. V.- 1 Patterns never sold in this locality before have to bo seen to be appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborate paintings. " mouldings specially for suitable Among the lot is tho New Krench delicate pictures. Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors, and all pictures that When in Danville, call aud see us and get our prices. We a dainty frame. will save jou money. V.M Third Street Opposite Post Offlce, Danville, Ky. 1 1 Atlat'ta Constitution. "Is that A Family 1 11 An 1itlnilntlt' "I'liele," r.ll you can advance on n fine gold wntcli like this?" nsked the young man who was negotiating n loan. That Is nil. my friend," replied the pawnbroket, "but you must remember that the less I lend you the less you will have to pay back, and the Interest will lie smaller." Phfsburg Chronicle-Telegrap- Carriage That combines beauty and comfort with convenience, is one of our well made, easy riding and elegant Surreys. It is unexcelled for workmanship, durability and comfort, and will give nioro satisfaction fo' general family use than other carriage made We are selling them Cheap and Fast. l. WIlllriK lu Imitate. "Why don't you take example from the little busy bee?" Inquired the man of unoriginal Ideas. 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"The hieroglyphics arc so much clearer Just before they are entirely In shadow." We quickened our steps. "You know, I am not so Interested In hieroglyphics," I said, smiling "not interested as I am In enigmas' she looked up quickly "In you, for Instance." She turned away. "Hurry!" she said. "We are late now, I am sure." When at last we faced the eastern Bide of the needle, the sun was almost to the line. The shadows In the markings made them deep and distinct. "On the other sides the Inscriptions have been somewhat effaced by time and exposure," she explained. "Thec are more Interesting." We rested on the benches while she Indicated some of the different characters and translated. Her cheeks burned with enthusiasm. "What a strange girl you are, Ina!" I complained. "You care more for the myths of the past than the realities of the present." She did not seem to hear. "Or for dreams of the future." I rdded In a whisper. She looked straight ahead at the obelisk and said nothing. Her profile against the foliage beyond startled me. I had not noticed before how perfectly Egyptian It was. I was going to refer to this, but something In her manner made me hesitate. Presently she spoke. "I have always had au Inclination for these things," she said earnestly. "I cannot remember when It began. My father encouraged It nud helped me." She pointed to the scarred monument that was now In the shadow aud dark against the May sky. "It Is called Cleopatra's needle," sho continued, "but It dates much earlier. It Is said to have been built in honor of a princess of the sixteenth dyuasty. It has also been tald that licr mummied remains are yonder." She ludleaynl the Metropolitan galleries. "I hope It Is true. It would be beautiful If It were. We will go over there." "Later, lua," I protested. "The air Is so One. Let us enjoy It a little. We can stop ns we return." ' I might cltao to you. To you, people lime destroyed her Facrctl temples nud brought slavery I hato nud disgrace upon our IV.vpt prayed to her and made rare sacrlllces, A princess of l'gypt but she Is may not wed with the !Iykos -- the My hand would wither If shepherds. I gae It to )ou; my love become as venom!" I ventured to protest, but she motioned me to silence. "Do not speak. I cannot bear It! Tonight shall pray to the Sphinx for peace forgetfulness, a place where I may hide myself apart and die. I, n prlucess of Kgypt, who ha e loved one of the hated race and am willing to die because of it. Aud when 1 mu dead you will stand by my bier nnd know that I was faithful. And when I mil wrapped In sweet balms nud spices for the sepulcher )ou will bring the sacred scarabaeus aud place It uiou my henrt. Through it we shall live again, some- where, some time. The years of wait ing may be long, but they will pass, nnd perhaps then the gods will be more kind." Her arms were about my neck for a moment. 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The white sand sinks away from my foot, making no sound. I hasten onward toward the blendlug of desert and sky, to where, outlined against the horizon, those serene features stare out over the driftlug sands Is there. She of centuries. has said that toulght she will go there to pray. To all else I am oblivious blind. My feet are winged, yet the way seems long. Uy nnd by I step Into n field of dark. My footsteps slacken, pause. I am In the shadow of the Sphinx. I creep closer and listen. Prom between the great stone paws comes n e low sound. It Is tJie olce of praying. The words arise clear and distinct on the still moonlit air. "O Sphinx!" she moans. "Thou hast looked down upon our Kgypt for a thousand years! Thou who hast remained forever changeless through our glory and our shame! Who didst behold my sw eet Infancy, my happy girlhood look down and pity me tonight lu my sorrow! Aud O Sphinx, If thou hast the power 1 pray thee to send me peace! Porgetfuluess! If thou wilt, death! Scud me oblivion, O Sphinx, but take not nway my low! Let It but smolder In my senseless dust till the light of some far off sunrise bhall this strlckeu life!" creep clo-The voice dies away. There Is a faint, startled cry from tin supplicant. Again I pause. She has heaid me. No, for she Is praying again. Ino-llrt- e Iuo-flrt1 er Set. Hal led lrt far IS lion neadi and a etamp. Three filDilQtheaetUarfcr poerd of fine rolled-solwith handtotne ruby-coloreitralit-pltuneck-pins Art Picture, "Easteft areetln-r" Given for 171 Hen heads and a nt stamp. Neat appearing and an excellent r. , child's set Sash-Be- lt Suitable for cult pins, or at a raj, with ornamental tack. Nickel morementa. escapement fully nickel Hirer Jeweled. watch. Solid OUen for 8 lion heads cut from Uon Col-- fa wrapper and a 2 -- sent etamp. artistic jlcture, that will rrac the finest drawing room The background of royaldatk-blua Knickerbocker" The famous hemstitched: stylish dur- A hlsh'7 and Buckle. Mention e Ladies' Watch Chain. substantial. For IS lion haada and a 2cnt stamp. MSCM I at Intcrrals with colore! beads : neat and A double strand of best silk card, united appropriate furnishes an Children's Picture Book. sending. Gent's Watch. Hailed tree for 00 lion heads and a Tho celebrated " Inter-soil- " d watch; and stem-se- t: durable nickel-plate- d case; each ied by guarantee of the maker. A reliable tlme-kcet- r SeSJj rJ. Century SM pages of ralu-abl- e making receipts, aim treatise on thvlaUir of the kitchen, dining, room.laundry and remedies for the more com tnnn diseases (lit tn lor IS Hon heaJsand a stamp. Mailed free) for IS lion heads cut from stamp. Lion Colfee wrappers and a Latest style of Imported black Swiss (trot-grai- n ribbon bclilne: slyllsb Imitation oxidised silver buckle; neat, strong and fashionable. fllven for 10 Hon heads and a atamp. elstren large oges ol Mother Goose Melodies Illustrated and with nicely lltncraphcd corer We hare diSerent books, so you can get au contrast to the little srltt and her white Caster lilies tile, for I" Hon h'Sils and s cats wo wul send It Uaued ready for banting. liiaiuct.n Flower Picture. witch accompan- Silver nt Napkin-Rin- g. Tor 1 5 lion heads and a stamp. Jcat and substantial. Made of durable metal, hearllT sllrer-plateTwo ditiercnt patterns. . Coln-Purs- c. Cook-Boo- k. fc Ladles' Pocket-Boo- k. Tor 1 5 lion heads and I alamo. (olor. dart If brown Made tf fine Id leather; chamois lining, nickeled frame, with strong Large site and latest shape Black teal.gralu leather, with fire separate dlTliloiu.lncludlng a tuck-pnekwith flap to huM tuning cards secure Oienfor25 lion heads from Lion Colfee wrapper! and a 2c. stamp. lax aooa a7 t'lfiaiicr r ir iix.i - lar.tlcccl ring. Aurnrau Tor a lion hraJa anj ?c It nutr I. :) i- - ilimtt. lu.ucs. L uugus jl ( The Dancing Lesson." Ladles' Table Cover. Pen-Knif- e. LMeu! "O Sphinx!" sho cries 1 1 Joyously, "Some new and wonderful (specimen my eyes. It was Ina my Ina with of the Insect tribe V" the little hunting cup In her hand. "Oh, I linxu been so filghtened!" she "No."' she answered wondering!), "an old one a scarnbaeus the sacred eiclalmed, and looked at me beseechingly. I did not ml the spring right heart scarab of l'gypt!" "Impossible. Ina!" 1 laughed. "Your uway, aud when I came back Just now with tho water )ou weie unconscious enthusiasm decehes )ou." "No, to! It Is a scarab! I nni sure nud talking strangely. Oh, I hope that of It," he Insisted. "The only emblem lion Id beetle blto has not poisoned of relncnruatlon-- of eternal life. Oh, )ou!" "On the contrary," I smiled, "tho don't let It escape! Catch It!" The ft range insect had started to pain has almost entirely gone, aud 1 crawl away. I have an Inherited hor- would endure far greater sulTcrlug for ror of all reptiles aud beetles, but what this. 1 have waited for it so long." Ity and by we walked back toward would I not do for lua? I seized the creature tlrmly with my thumb uud the museum together. She did not relingers and held It fast. Suddenly I mind me of my piomlse, but our steps fell a sharp pain that shot up through bent lu that direction. We entered aud passed Into the l'gyptlau room. Her W.v arm like tire. I dropped the Insect, with a cry. hand lay tenderly upon my arm. "Ah! It has bitten me!" "Sho for whom the obelisk was built lies here." said Ina. Ina looked startled uud concerned. Wo approached ouo of the glass "Where?" she cried. "Let mo bee!" I turned my thumb toward her. wherein lay n richly decoratThere were two minute drops of blood ed cnrtouimgo mid the embalmed reUsulug, as from the punctures of a mains of a woman. Together we passneedle, My arm was becomlug numb ed around to the end of the case.. Then with pain. I must have beeii pale, for I barely icf rallied from crylng'out. On u little black placard was painted lu sho looked nt mo keenly. "(live mu the cup, quick! I will get white letters tho name, you borne water!" lua looked up at me Inquiringly. "You must have heaid tho story," she I remember handing her the little hunting cup nud of beelug tier hasten said. "It Is the uumo you spoke up u way, Then n weariness seemed to there unconsciously." "Yes," 1 answered, "It comes back to weigh upon my lids, uud 1 plunged Into darkness. A moment later I iccoercd me now, but it was all so long ago I had forgotten." Iiluck mid White. consciousness nmlo'x.md my eyes. No, not Ina was standing before ni lua Iiioflrle. tho l'gyptlau! IIIkIi Mlundard. Sou -- I hope, goioruor, that when I I was seated by the gates of u ruined temple. About us the waving palms. ntiulu to your years I'll know moro I ley olid tlieiu the cobalt sky of l'gypt. than )ou do. rather I'll go you ono better, my Tar away, a toss a shimmering waste of blown baud, the Kphlux gazed out dear boy, uud hopo that when you over the desert no It had doue for moro uach my age )ou'll know as much nil tViau a thousand yea is. Uven In my )ou tliluk you kuow now. ISostou wretehtduess I could not but notice the Courier. 11 -"Ino-tlite." "swiftly hast thou answered my thank t'jee!" She rose, resignedly, and we walked prayer! I thank thee! wait breathWhat can she mean? leisurely northward to where the park is more wooded aud quiet. 1 endeav- lessly and listen, but there U only n ored to lead her around to the subject faint sigh. Then my own name inlii nearest my heart. Hut she seemed ! gled with that of Uts. I step forward. lent almost Inattentive. Yet she had I cannot bear It. never opposed my suit. She had been There Is no auswer. Piostrato nlic only indifferent. We passed a little spring, and, paus- lies on the sand between the mighty ing, drcuk out of a small limiting cup stone paws. I hesitate a imimcut and I carried. A btep farther ou we found call again. Then I appioach and touch a rustic seat. I fnucled that a tender her light). look had come Into her face, nud, enSuddenly I start back quickly. Just couraged by it, urged her to give m home assurance of regard. It wna eiy In tho shadow of her bale arm are two peaceful there, and we weie ehut In by waveiliig emerald stars. Then, hissoverhanging boughs. Presently I took ing softly, an asp starts to glide Intel her hand. As 1 did so a queer looking luto the shadow. Now it Is all clear. I beetle dropped fiom the branches btretcli forth my hand to the icptlle. "Stop!" I cry. "It Is for both!" abov'o and clung tightly to my slcou. Again the sharp pain :i my thumb Ina gao a faint cry of surprise. "Oh," she said, "how strange! It fchoots up my arm like Are. looks exactly like I believe It is leal- Some one was bathing my face and 1)- ""What Is. Ina?" I asked pettishly. calling my name teudeily. I opened "Ino-llrte:" "Iiio-tlrto'' 1 Tor 15 lion heads Lion Colfee wrappers stamp. Large sue, terial, handles nicely and assorted colon. good cut from and a 2c. ma- decorated M -'- ' Iwrable, dark colored material that will stand washing Boys' Pocket-Knif- e. The "Easy wm. rr-r- iXlAiiiatLVki aiunre. Including fancy fringed lonter Mailed free lor 25 lion heads and a 2c. stamp. handle. Tor 12 lion heada and a 2c atamp. 7f stmt.g, slurp Made d Ojtier' " ar 1 drrsa'nua H I' s tig i it p is' ntfcnl-i- s 1 Si' in' lies Hailed tree for lion heads and a 2 --cent stamp. The err i hii il leu cr,s l.i tit u g ' ",9 I rs the lltlU s rw white TUB AD0VB ARBONLYArCW OP TUB LION COFTEB PREMIUMS. Another list will shortly appear In this paper I Don't miss It I The grandest list ol premiums ct cr ollcrcd I IMPORTANT NOTICE. When writing for premiums send ynur letter In the aame entslope or package with the lion heads, II more than 13 linn heads are sent, nucan sate postage py trimming down the martin. A.k yuur grovcr fur large Illustrated premium list. AdJress all letters to the Youalwaa know LION COrPCB by the wrapper. It Is a denied package, with the lion's head In Iront. Ills absolutely pure II the package LION COJTLU Is roasted the day It leatc the factory. la unbroken. WOOLSON SP1GE CO., Toledo, Ohio, SAM JONES At Walton's Opera House, I a 1 WOKS MwWJarr: y ftmatnaTt KiineTCtt I H-- v &wwJS$tJmw1 ISA ii I s wm Incuts ". r . -- A " ' Florida9 SoliJ tra J j JoonviiU duly I 'f Havana to .vt n fie South, C i. i. mil fat id the Que mi ..n J Credent .inJ av Etfe, 13tl) Subject of Lecture: "The Shams 9 m 'M TA.,tfAv-'r- r htSS .,.,., -7-3bas- i! tu--.t . -- "' conne.tIiii lines. Through Lonnextjons t 1 nnpa, Miami or New Orlean, with fast Steamer to Nassau, Key West, llavnii-.- , Sant , auJ San Juan. I ow rate rounJ trip tulicts. i nc Irani service s per fect in detail, last sclied :., U4 ule, 34 hours to Jaclson- Mile, 54 hours , Cincinnati to Havana. Sme ANTIACO IW G M The Benuine." KINb)I0 Safj CC i& Ritfisson , Ctoolanati. ;.i',i Reserved Seats at McRoberts, 75c, other Admission, 50c. 86&. 0 trains STsry 4 trains on week-day Four p Fast Trains TO... A?NiFla Toledo, Detroit MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS Hon. D.J. Brewer, Justice ol U.S. Supreme Court. " I coimiieud it tu ull as tho uuu grcut ttuud-lirx- l nllflinrltv.". INTERNATIONAL It tXitls thornra Hit h which tho rroDnda the wont sought In occurucy of dcllnltluiii In iffix.t-hDICTIONARY method of linllcutiinr pninunclutloiii lu ttio anC coinpreluiisio of facta utid lu v practical uso ua n working dictionary. sent on apyUtathm. licttmtn )i tM, tte., G. & C. Meftlim Co., Putluhcn, SpriogneM, Mass., U. S. A. WEBSTER'S l aa a i 111 o ttaU-incnt- s 4 trains tosvin ocry utekdiy, 3 trains on Sunday, J9otpr7recpin$ 7ipeufrilin9. eieyragny. -- "h yCaif al Pullman and Vaguer Bleeera Veatibuled on night lialua. Parlor Cars ou day train. Sunday -- r. is llinlllllDni inuinnni ulio 10 t 4 Iralna every weekday : 3 trains on Sunday cj to CHICAGO Vcatttiulcd trains, fttaudard and Commitment .Slteplng Cars, I'arlor Cars, any Cafe Uinlng Cats. Sbrtder (htalwut ( M JM AIMS) A A ISt) M r MmHmiwm ar m M T v. rttt Dtsr is rue arsar wm enefesr t" Ml Ml m m'm m -s-- mmsm m mym m . Z f suawiJvaajMftJMv 2rNT JulpvilJefJTy. 1 5 g 'v "(CWa. - 'i tti r vG&m& y i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! ITANFORI), (2. Go to Dalton forgood watch work. Hki.ntz'h new Sweat and Sour at Warren .V Shanks'. TlIK Twlce-a-WpoIc Kv., NOV. IJ, 1899 Manauek. rw j Nai. C. Is only 81 tsjxninnr. Innn a year cash. Kcmembcr Walton, UuaixnMs WUttb. DANNVILLB, KY. Tlii'cnorinou" inemic in the wlo of Ladies' "remly to wear' lm nmile many change in tlic Dry CiooiN troilc. Formerly the Drevi Gool. Iiimiicm nt over ly December, liei iuk1 it took so long to gel a ilre made that you Intel to liny tlio ninny ueoki liefurc you minted tho dre. Now Dcecmlicr tho middle of the centou, liecnihe you can get a tailor-nmdsuit ready to wear at once; kivc all the old worry and have the erfeet fitting, rtylMi uit that will not get out ot idiiipe. And lour Suits will eot lc than their eU.iI undo at home, that is why wo have jut replenished our line of C'lothiuf -' Pknnv's drug storo has added n very register or tho most modern Tilt: best matprlnln combined with uuui-asi-i coro. iklll and accuracy Insuro gooU mako rceuiti. No other mothoOs nro ever Goon, fresh country lard of our own used In our prescription work. Penny mako and all kinds of fresh mo-- i. Drujr Store m Sims fc Co's. I WILL hnvo Tu good stock ewes nnd Hoh.v, to tho wlfo ol T. J. Tclor, a two good Southdown bucks at Stanford boy. for sale court doy, 13th. W. C. Green- Jamks II. Vraock is up after a Ing. week's Illness. Rfo Lost. Lost between J. H. CarOKOitun H. Wkaiikn left for Pmiu-ca- h ter's store and Stanford a lap rug; colTuesday. Thomas 11, Shanks went to Imx- - or dark bluo and amber. Leave at Heazloy Hro' Stable ington yesterday. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY 60SSIP. . yU c ' cTior suits ,,1 -- j.iiiki " Tover one hundred Suits. i .... I w.. nnu i,v ti .... . i t. .....,(.. l :.....,,.:.... inn i nmiiT linen, ai OKI n prices, ru.w.-iu- i in vtiiu .. ;.. .. .1 ,1m ..a.?....... I ill mtt lirtt'n ffk v uH ii iimv nave 111 MOV .unit, uiv j'uvi-- .., in. nilt-ntii- 11-- We begin w ill! $0 For Suit made of I Ioiiic-iu- u and Venetians1, with Niillnjtol lly trout oo.it, all rilk lined, new eI Hahit Skirt. all-wo- Cl' rial iifiuKiir! .i in tiunT ciicuuii or n. iiomcpuu, Inth coat ami skirt liiieil throughout with tulle ta it iiinpu.. nui ..;. . ... .. ..... cilk. $17.50. Suit of fine Venitinin, high grade tailoring; Ixith tight and half tight fitting coats and new tailor ttitehod cktrtj, lined all through with Inst dre rilk. Suit iimile or lino-- t Humuepuii, tuiloi stitched, all rilk limit, urn can find no fault with thorn. Two excellent value in liniiil-oin- o Black Suite, 1 Vhlile Cheviot nnil iinfiiiMied Worried. Double Unlisted tight coat and lly front half tight, new pleat Kick hahit ckirt. innde- - of i $IO.nO. fjlt.7fi. There is not a Suit muutioucd that will not he couallv u good for rervteo in the Sptnig a now. We make all alteration free. I i oil VII1V1II l'ei-iat' V I Ml Ml : Furs. Such in Collar", StuW Victoiitie and C'ollun.in are in ureal favor ninl wo rtill hnvo a hig lineuf real and imilation Martin, i, A"c. Mini:, Sahh, SiN, Tliero range in price from ?..UW Oil Kli ... II oJl C'J" The anxloty outside of the State Is of Monttccllo, will shown in this snraple dispatch from P. arrive tomorrow to take a position In L. Clifford, at Hluetield, W. Va., to tho editor of this paper: Was Xorth Mark Hardin's store. Mils. 1. A. l'OTTT.It went to Lebanon elected? Please glvo jour opinion of yesterday to ;co Mrs. J. D. Holdcrman Kentucky. .. and her new daughter. As Mr. John W. Kout and daughter I.ITTI.K LlZZIK 1'OIITMAN won tho were driving by tho Hussell's Come-dlan- s' ticket to Husscl's Comedians by work-ni- t' prlvato car yesterday afternoon, the puzzio they sent out. pony scared and turning suddenJtjthtt WaLTKK sot back from his their ly, both wero I tour to Oklahoma just in nately were thrown out, but fortunot hurt. time to stamp under the rooster. of Crab Orchard, "Thk silnms andtho Genuine," said KoiiMtTCOl.t.lKit, lias engaged to I'. Held to manage his to be the best of his lectures, will bo farm next j cur. Will Hays will return given by Sam Jones at th House, Nov. 13. It WH bo worth go to bis furm. Mit. J. M. McCaiitv. handeomo wlfo ing many miles to hear and many from and Mrs. White, of Klngsvllle, George n distance are already engaging scats. Alford aod wlfo and W. C. Bryant, of Wi: had made all arrangements to McKlnncy, saw Kusscll's Comedians at itiiic extras Wednesday morning, but night. Walton's Opera Houec last tie news was so unfavorable we Cait. Jos. Gakuaici), of tho ttth V. thought It would trutel fast that enough S. Cavalry, who Is on recruiting detuli, without the old of tho printing press, washcre this morning for a few hour?, so wo saved our lubor nnd means. having missed the connection to Thk Knights of Pvthlss will build a IIu is In line health and two story storo house st Pittsburg, the looks-cverInch n toldler. . second story to be used a a ldcaChappehihss? Hlds for Its construction are ndvertlsed In this Isue. Write J. W. Pastln and Nr.W jewelry at Hamilton's. J. n. Hrlnton for particulars If you OYbTKlts on hand at all times. John wish to bid. II. Meier. Thk democrats of Garrard have a I'Oi: oAI.U, a phucton pony." U. K, great deal moro sense than thoso of Lincoln have. They dldu't mako any Wcaren & Son. fuss about It, but they wentrlphtnlong GUNS, rillcs tand loaded shells at nnd beat Turncoat Walker for the LegCraig A Hooker's. islature with Mr. William Hay by 13. Good bojs! Como again. Sam Jonks, Walton's Opera House, Monday night, Nov. i:i. DuitDETT.-- Mr. B. M. Uurdett, formerly of the Lancaster bar, and who PlllTTTY shudes In cCIderdowns for married Miss Hello Walton. 11 ljtnr nt sacking. J. P. Jones. Judge Mat Walton, died at Lexington. . GUNS, ammunition, hunting coats, uuer a lingering nines of pulmonary Ac, lit W. H. MoKoberta troubles. Ho went to Florida several years ago with the hope of relief, but SlIINdt.KS, Flooring, Siding and 11 was only temporary and ho returned Culling In stock. A. C. Sine. to Lexington, where ho died. Mrs They nnd uo chil rCoMK to court Monday prepared to nurdururvlcs. pay jour account ut thl otllcu. This dren. means you. Tin: present board of councilmen Wi: will bo at Withers furniture with A. U. Plorenco for B store with out- - books, where you will F. Kout wus elected by large mujmit'.es. please call and settle with us. Beuzloy Tho vote is ax follows: I)r J. P. Povton J2", A B. Florence, L'l!?, M. D. Elraoro .V Curtor. iOJ, John M. Stone 1SI, J. S. Hundley SitVKitANUH .V Sons, Hlgglns & 1D1 anil Peter Straub 1M. The other and Wurren A. Shanks will ticket recalled otoa us follovir-- (J. L. honor our brass cheeks and givo jou Penny 127, Br. P. J. Brown 140, Br goods on them. Hoaxley & Carter. W. B O'Bunnon 145. 1M Wilkinson US. . Sam Jonix will p.ick the Opera Goo. B. Weuron !j und B P. Kout 101 House Monday night. The leeturu he OitDElt Now. Under the paper will dulher, "Thu Sliums and the Genuine," Is raid to be thu bust of his suv- - trust uiury kind of paper Is rapidly advancing In price thocoramonest wraperul entertaining ones. liKN Miss IIattii: Pond, of Groncll, Iowa, Is the guest of Mrs. J 00 Goodc. Mus. J. U. Tuhnkii, of JestamlDc, will arrhe to virlt her sisters hero. .Miss Hali.ou spent several days with her brother, II. M. Halloa, at Lancaster. y ' m i- n- Wiir.N Tuesday's Courier Journal came telling of IJradley's bajonet rule, Mr. II. T. Hush remarked: "I havn't voted yet, but I intended to scratch Gocbol. That settles it. I won't do to now." IIaiiuin, rnm ... Nkw stock of sterling silver novel, Sam OAItltET, colored, was arrested ties, cut glas, rings and all kinds of yesterday by Marshal O. J. Nowland Jewelry this week. William Hamilton. and placed In Jail. Ho Is charged with Hon. M. P. Nohtii takes his defeat breaking In W. W. White's storo nnd In August. philosophically, knowlmr ikm hi. . didacy was supported by the best eleRussell's ment in tho county, and not by tho ig- last night nnd Comedians played hero wero norant and vicious of both races. There curtain roso on a woll rceoIvoJ. Tho beautiful first part, are said to bo numerous grounds for a having Mazier and Conloy as end men contest, but Mr. Xorth hv ho win h and Mr. Leon Pox as Interlocutor. certain ho is right before making It. Thcso gentlemen are artists In their 1 HAHN Bl'ItNED. John IT. Il,.i.. lino and every word used l.v thn lnit barn, near Highland, burned Wednes- ond men was quickly solved and well day night, totrethcr with hu inhnx answered by tho Interlocutor. Mr. P. about 10 barrels of corn, a lot of feed, a II. O'Brien sang a beautiful ballad nnd ouggy, and some farmlmr Imnlnmom. was followed by Mr. Fox, who sang tho Somo of his chickens roost in tho barn, popular song, "Sho Was Bred In Old and Mr. Butt thinks that scamps set It Kentucky," and was well received. Tho afire whllo trying to steal them. Thero first part camo to a closo with a comi cal coon eong by tho comnanv. Thrn was no insurance. camo the olio, Charles Arthur opening Reynolds. Mr. Locrnn iinnM. wun a wonueriui contortion act. Mazof J. M. Reynolds, died ier nnd Conlcy came next nnd their near Waynesburg Tuesday of typhoid songs ad funny sayings kept thobouso fever, aged Kl. Besides her husband, in an uproar. Georgo Kame sang nnd three children survive. She was a good danced himself into tho pood praees nt woman nnu a ucvout member of tho the nudlence, and ho was followed by Haptlst church. Tho remains wero tne I'atchln brothers In a sketch entiin tho ernvn-vnr- it nt n,,i,i tled "Fun In a Chinese Laundry." Zl. Springs church Wednesday. ler did somo good work n his llylnjr trapeo and tho performance was I CmCL'IT COUrt brought to a close Howard and Wnrdo OUt Was In RPHalnn nnli. n W "" ""'J auuri. .1 llinu. In an original sketch, entitled. "Watch siu Austin for breach of tho peace tho Baby." In short tho show wn a caught It for 820 and H.J'cck for cruel- good ono and deserves liberal pa'ron- ty to animals $10. Wm. Kennedy prov ago wu iuuv uo eouiu not get a fair trial In Thirty thousand children recently this countv and hla man .- .1 at Will White was changed to tho marched In a Sunday School procession in India. These wero all of Hindoo uoyie circuit court. and Mohammedan parentage, and tho Eloped. Miss Hattlo Burks, daugh-to- r procession passed through tho streets of Mrs. Kannlo Burks, of Lexing- of Lucknow, famous for tho massacro of Europeans 40 years ago. ton, eloped with Elf rid Davis, of n, a student at the Kentucky State VOLCAMC KIIUITIONS College. Tbey wero arrested In Cln Are crnJ, but Skin Eniplloni rob life of Jot. Ilucklrn'a Ainlra balierum them, alio (Hit, cinnatl at the instance of tho girl's and lever Sorw, leers, Iloll, Corns. mother. Miss Burks Is sa'd to bo but Warts, Cuts, llrulvn, I llurnj, ScaWs, Chapped lUmls. Clillltlalns. lfi, while Davis is but 17. Mrs. Burks, out l'alnsanj ArhM.llest llle cure on earth. HrlTca Only itnli a liox. Cure who used to live here, went to tho city guaranteed hold lx Tenny, I)rua;lt. tmd brought Miss Hattlo homo. post-olllc- ? .. step-moth- er ....,).. t- .1-- Earl-lngto- Itun-nl- lodge-room- elected." snl.l m n. thuslartic democratic lady yesterday, Wu will bo Stablo In it win 00 mo grandest victory ever Stanford on (it lloazley Ilrcw.' EI, Morula j, Nov. county recorded. Tho combination of so will court diy. toni'U too Cavalry Horses, 15Jf buy to 1G bauds high, to weigh from UTS to 1,050 ed democrats, republicans' and what poundi; four to seven j ears old, sound nnd nots, fighting In tho underhanded way In good Ux. Will also buy somo Rood Xlulea they did, could bavo almost beat Jesus with good Iwno und weight; from 14 to 10J, hands high: four to suien jears old. Christ." And then she blushed for HL'llfON linos., Louisville. having put it so strong, though not a bit too strong, wo told her. Is "IP Goebel ... Horses And Mules Wanted. Dr. J. B. Owsley sold to T. S. Rev- - I Ullw reraona of a mechanical or InrenttTe mtnd deilnniratrlpiottio 1'nrU i:ipltlon. wliacuxl nolds .1 pair of horse mules for $150. Md. I jjg jgj GENTLEMEN, We are showing some splendid val- ues in Single and Double-BreastSuits, made of fine Cheviots and Ser- ges. 'They are made up as well as fine tailor-magoods and fit like a g,ove' ed de j I i i 1 K P COOCOCXCOCOCXXXXXX3COO LADIES. I 3 , V at our New Fall and Winter Jackets, A full lined Boucle Jacket tS at $4. Tan and Black Kersey Jackets at $5 to $7.50. Tan, Brown and Bl'k & '"wiv.ct pij. lie clUUVti (X j goods Look 1 are the best values we ever Dry Goods, Clothing nnd Mioes. of- - Vim cuiuwt gel wu'iMt imtili- - at home at the piicm wc oiler tin m, nor can you got them made a pu-l- l at au prie. Thev lit Hilectl. We nre rhowiug the new Hid", ( adit llliitv, Purple, Ciiev uuillthuk- - Pnenli.i line Nik Wnit SI, f?l.5(), and up. mul thing now." Tbetnlk of advance fur thu last two year has count at hut. We iisk no udvaneu on our goods as lonas present stock lasts. Seeruneu A. Sons. "Ui' against the WRAPS: i Ladieh' lino Tailor-nud- e Coat S7.o() to ?'J(. Golf Cape fiom to 81- - in eolurt ami hlaek and white. Childien'rt .Jacket fc Vt jp l'J jeai at 81.1.0 to 811. InfantV all wool Cloaks from 81 wp. UrerMiig Sacipuw made of wool Kidenlun at 81, 8li and Jj!t, over two hundred told. 9 NoTWirTAiiSMHNii the udvaneu In prices we will sell 3011 tin) thing In our stock at Aci i l. Covr until tho entire stock Is closed out. Como early. Wu hae some nice goods. It. Id Wearen A-- Son. GhOIKIKll 1'AUItlS AJ.CO., Ii tllO name of a new tlrm In town, Murk Hardin und Mr. Purrls having eon solldated Jthelr stocks, corner Main und Somerset stieuts, under thai firm will bo Used numo.'.Uoth store-roofor tho present, howour. PlNKMtOUTL1 ping paper, envelopes, printing paper and eiery other kind aro on the grade. Tho udvaneo on como klut's has been ill lim-.- t l.'.n i.,.,-,- ..,.nt- r vfc...f on none less than lo pur cent. y ne foiesuw tho trend of utlalrs and laid In many tons and 100,000 en velopes, as long an the supply lasts, wo will give our patrons tho benefit of It. Order now. Every class of printing will bu higher. up-wa- ul Foitu-imtol- !&j I SEVERANCE & SONS. 1 $i NO ADVA NCE HERB. Children's, Union Suits 25 cunts, Mihhcs' Union Suits 25 euntu, Ladies' Union Suits 25 cunts, ... Mr 1. M. Hruee, who jmi will lavnr us with a visit we will rhuw )ou a gieal many excellent viiIuih in l)icr CJoodr, SilU, I'lideiwear, Ho Hiery, (Jlovir, Iltuidkmhiel and Upholrtei). If stuldjwltb Cupt. Muble, till he reached thu Kockcustlo lino In his survey for thu 'Southern ralliuad, says thut tho captuln Is greatly pleased with thu line hu found und sus It can be built rcas ouubly eheup. Threo small tunnels willhuoto bo built, but altogether they uru not us long us onu on the Lancaster lino. Till: only uppioach to u row here election day wus when L'd Slmpsun, lolond, diuw u pistol uftcr belug told that ho wus looolllolous by Mr. M. S. Huughmun, Thu lutteridld not see It or thoto might lmvo been trouble. Kmiii Polleunmn Pink Furmer arrested himpron und found urother pistol on him He wus taken before Judgu Cur-sowho ruliused him on his owu and no 0110 has upiearcd against him tolhUtlmo u, After an Illness of a complication of trouble for several weeks, ' Mrs Eliza Terry, mother of Mr. J. T. Terry, died at his homo on tho pike ut 11 o'clock Wednesday morning and her remalus wero laid to rest In tho grave yard of tho Mctho. dlst church ut Highland yesterday afternoon, after upproprlato services. She a a splendid woman, a Jeiout Christian und Is no doubt now with her good husband, who preceded her several years to thu tomb. Bus-tonvll- lo TEltitV. Ladios' Kiblied Arcsts 15 coats, Ladies' Fleecy Ve,ts 25 cents, Ladies' Extra Heavy Vests 50 cents, Children's Separate Pieces (odd lot) 5 cents. It" you wero to toll tho average democrat thut ho didn't know how to vote thu secret bf.llot, he would fuel so in suited thut ho would resent tho imputation with forco. But many of them do not, us thu returns show. Instead of marking in thu square ut thu foot uf thu rooster, which would have counted for the whole ticket, mativ simply marked lu thu tenure opposite Ooubol's name, which counted ulonu for him. At Crab Orchurd onu democrat returned after going homo and usked to have his ballot corrected as hu hud voted only for (loobel. North would have been euslly elected, If thu democrats hud buuu drilled lu the vote, like thu tho republicans arc Home Made Silkaline Comforts. Big Lot of Plaid Blankets and JOHN YVlilium Sheltuu, President l'rlmiry, l'reuiaiory. Veadeiuu on and mul i'liyiH at Cultute r. JONBS. Stanford Female College, STANNOUS), ICY. .fUtyoar MUS anlOill ful iKiiMrtiiivuU, Mime Vn, hloeu Iwvjiui Hept ItU Head for cut hIukuc to N VXNIh K. HVUKLK, Udy l'r uripal 'J i1" Vl '$' fr v. 4 UND AND STOCK. FROM THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. THEINTEKiO RJOURNAL HON'OLULC, Oct. 15. I wroto to the 20 shoats for sale. John Cook. iNTKition Journal when I was In I'onco & Slier sold in Indiana 100 Frisco, describing our trip from Hus- - feeders at about 41c e at Stanford at Entered in the tnnv n throuifh the ItOCKlCS. WO ar William Gaines bought In tho I'.ast teamd-clamatter. rived here last nlcht at 11:30 from Knd a bunch of butcher enttlo ut 3o. sailed on tho 4th on tho Cnlih .fc Milan!' creat dispersion aa.n.4 3Trldaww Frisco, havlnir a.tliBii.mi.TVL.mmXa.ya transport Valencia. Tbcro were two sale of Shorthorns occurs nt Danvlllo other transports besides ours that sail- on the 11th. Sco nd. ed when we did. On tho three trans- Centre beat Georgetown College, nnir. thorn worn over 4.500 tncn. Tho Monday, by a scoro of 47 to 0, In a foot charge!. m- - Whn not o paid ata.OO will b voyage was perfectly calm, but all of ball gamo. tho boys woro sea sick n uay or so. I will have 75 good stock ewes and Honolulu Is a beautiful ilttio city oi two trood Southdown bucks at Stanford about 6,000 Inhabitants. They have a for sale court day, l.lili. W. C. Oreen- linn lin.nltnl linil CrrMS SoclotY and nrr. everything is very convenient for the mosaic wniuogin Wednesday, luth, KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. boys. I havo shaken hands with Pres- at T.L Llllard's Farm promptly at ident Dole. In meeting tho soldiers, 0 o'cWk and eattlo and stock will bo Arnlfea at Stanford at t.OS A. K. No. J.IO 4. u. privates and all, ho salutes them just sold flrst. Stanford it No. 4 day. . No.Jl ArriTMtltalnJt as wo do our superior olllcers. Wo were W. M. Mathenv sold nt Paris Mon at .0 No.H Leaee SUnford taken through Queen I.H's palace, day a car load of plain yearlings at 4c. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. where she used to reign queen over tno 110 rcporiaa uuu raarKui. wnu uwu. iiin 4iA JIMim Islands and also through her prlvato iw wu.biu going North Ho. Train m Z. -. I " " had during her reign o.M ' Am.it r,o muW old Monday: cotton ..........12 35 a m dwelling. They " South 13 " o. l.S-pI Ai?A n a house of commons, also house of no muicfl unnL'inu iruui cuu u 4Trt Ifinivrtn ..i M iv, iatk For allirolnta. bles, something llko our Congress and sizes ranjjlnff as high as $100. Hlch- Snniitn. Theso buildings and tho pres mood Register. JW'IUII TICKETS SOLO. ItAUOAOF. CHECKED THUOUOH. ent government building aro tho only E. I Woods went to Chicago with ol Sot any Information enquire ,. houses of any Interest. Other houses inn.i i intl. Turtflfliiwuuu ui LMVktu auwcmj. - IT. MrAlli BICE, Agent, JOE S. aro put up on tho modern American ter and It.T.Kruco took a couple or Stanford, Ky. jtylo. cars to Cincinnati. They wero of tlia AND CINCINNATI. WANKFORT There are two tactions nere, ono tor gentlemen's feeding. P. H.i vnvf,irt it 7 a. v. mil 3: 40 reach. the queen and one for tho republic, but h.i-.- i Col. D. L. Moore, of Mercer, return . A th(J ucen ar0 lare1.. In tho oanoctln. at Georgetown with U. -- C. and ed Sunday from a two months' trip to Pri..t:40 ;u r. ana Ho dl. a. Q Sin withX. A C. and reaching Franlfort at S.15 ujiuuutj.out to church this morning bis cattle ranch In Colorado. posed of 5,000 eattlo at S30, making tho 4..and7:iqpM. ou JOSEN1 H. NEWTON. A. O. tho Catholic Mlsslorf church. transaction amount to 8150,000. could see no color lino whatover and At a corn festival held at Mount Uar- QUEEN & CRESCENT. some of tho men and women aro very rolIi ni tho W ,,riM for tho flvo long followa: Tralna paaa jetton City dark, but all mix up together at church c8t carg of corn Was won by an cntr; .. -- - . P South u .1 l on ?al In Btreot and everywhere. "No. I inaL " l4pm and metthogentleman, an engineer from .t& mcasurcu tu uu utkit-Kii" a 600m I "JO chegtho ioncest car measuring 17 and 10 run no fur- Ohio county, Ky., who has been hero Inches. No. 1 and I do not atop. ther than Junction City. in vnnra and savs there Is no dlstlnc Tho News was presented with a tlon between tho natives and the white pumpkin the past week which weighed NATIONAL BANK people. I also met with a chaplain over 100 Ihs. Trlmblo county rightfulfrom Manila and ho said thero was no ly deserves tho honor of being tho OF STANFOUD, KY. danger but that we could havo a chanco banner pumpkin county In tho State. to Slav our time out In Manila and an Milton News. Capital Sts:k $100,030. Surplui, S17.6S3 51 Ho seemed opportunity to Sara Hoyd, of Ccrolcan Springs, laitltutlon originally eaUbllaheJ ai th ! Thii to think the war would contlnuo from 70 barrels of corn and 100 When I get to wagon loads of pumpKln. from a tract of poelt Bank f SUnford in IMS, then reorganized u three to five years yet again Mnntla and have mora time I will write tha National Hank ofSUnlord In 185 and land containing 11 acres, botn croi liiakjofj SUnford again. All of our boys are looking well. from,tho sarao ground, says tho argialiid aithe Flnt National MARTIN. W. Kcntuckian. la 18S2, has had practically anuninterrupted exlit. Stephen Vanderpool, who is back HUBBLE. It la better applied now will .awfoMlyeara from Llraestono conntv, Texas, has facilities for tranaictlng bualnesa promptly and libElder Ciistloberrv. of Lexington, will sold his place at tho Crab Orchard deerally than arer before In Ita long land honorable preach at the Christian church hero pot, two acres outi Improvements, to John H. Saylor for $I,A".0. Mr. V. ro caraer. Accounta ol Indlrlduala, aduclariea.Srmi Sunday morning and night. C. P. Underwood sold 10 mulo cons turned to Texas yesterday. and Udlvlduala aollctted. to Prlco Bros, at $15. Gcorgo Wood tnxiCToai. It costs no moro to produce a thouJ. W. Hayden, SUnford bought 27 cattb of Henry Hester attf!. sand pounds of chicken than It does to F. Keld, Unco".n Co.; Mr. H. C. Walters was shooting at a produco a thousand pounds of beef or 6. U. Baughman, " S.T.Uarrli, " squirrel a few days ago, when his mus mnttnn. Tho chicken sells for the most T.P.HU1, J.S.Uocker, percent-ageo- f ket kicked him on bis noso, dlstigurtng monoy and makes " W.A.Trlbble, WJ". Walton " profit. Farmers' Homo Journal. him considerably. Hols thinking of J. lCoUlr,Cral:Orch,J IV. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon applying for a pension, as ho was in tne Samuel Black & faon, of wauison war of 1899. county, sold to S. P. Kerr & Co., of M, D.Elmore, Stanford, orricaai. Thn butcher are offering 0c per Winchester, 2,000 bushels of wheat at J. S. Uocker, Prealdent; J. J. McKoberta, Cashier. pound for turkeys on foot In tho coun 65 cents. Kerr . Co , also bought o J A.I A. WcKlnney Altan ua.nier. try, and It now shows up that tue crop other parties 5,000 bushels at from 00 U the largest that has been for years to 65 cents. J. r.a. V.OSD.V, uuu .uU and some predict lower prices on ac- leadlng wheat growers of tho county. count of the large crop. Wm. Cooley, aged about w years which he-I-s holding for 81, and says ho hn died In this community last Satur- - believes wheat will reach that figure dav. wn9 a nensloner at 9- 2- per month. before March 1st. T. C. Uankln Is back from tho South. CASN(T HE Cl'I.'CP DEAFNI-S- d Mrs. Georco Drye passed hero en routo local ai'i41catlona a they cannot reaeh thedl-tato visit her brother, Dr. I. S. Wesley, llr portion of the -- r. There la only, one way " at Lancaster. A. J. luce Is at home w cure ueainra.. " aucil Ky an lntlaiarl -- -. ..... in.ll eillea. Ivafiienala from Texas and all aro glad to see hlro, tlonoftheiuui'om lining of lb Liulathian Tul-- j. WhenthhtuUlalndaiiinl you bate a larumblliTg especially his best girl. Dr. Peyton aoutid or Iruperftit hearing, and when it entirely was called to sec Mrs. S. Dunbar a few days ago, who has been suffering from to Ha normal condition, bearing will U deetriiye.1 fureter. nine caM out 01 ten arnmm whuiii. rheumatism In her shoulder. whlcb I nolhlutj lul an ludamM coiMtltion ol the jxxl-ojjku $1 PER YE ARC ASH Attfr.whlthl tblna la re.1. left my plana !lovlsl reirrentntlroof Will lh a out "f IK' aUufThiewekaa... & rr maaaniiir r- Infurnnllo.i leadlnf to Ma year oM.timlea, uow ready for relrtd. fi two ami ihn JolinC I tppl, lloalan.l, ky. market. Merchant Tallort, "I Wet Till Mrrrt, St Mead of l.frt) pound Calltr fryder. Uliirlnnitll. I . I lied Hull tall horlhornand lUrlford), welil Will dl.liU) --Cample at Iho it Aautili lloli--l ?) pound. M)llarrilaf Corn. In Sttiifurd on iho Jilli of I'vli Alonlli Acrcoi unu "",' ". "- -: . i. ............ .1.....I .... I....,..I.M wnrlc A Tut Hale, of tloter Hay. boil- - of ! riwim. aplendld clilerj at ' rtil K.riu-"H- . : ford. i. "" .''-- ' 1W Torn llo'er Hay In lUrn. li.ru And orchard mhllt la nn lrai"thllll.v with llil nuthixl of .i .. n.nhAiin. in.in.linj W J. 11. liWSLM , at Lincoln Co. Nal. Han fruit lonrll acre ,u l.i. .i.. in. .in.... f.'nll nml iimiitliio Intel and in abund.nce of other 51 gnlnwhe.l. fall on J M Mcllotere. al SJtan (niiiplv-- ) 1'ull and Winter. liW-IDfori or wrlla m at llrihthe.! llko T. Jti ..tlljil'r.USION,. kitta. FOR SALE. LOST STEER ! J. MULCKHY. cnunnfl. huooell ref Sniull rnrm For Rent. co, Tnit rl 'i sale of SuQrtiioms ANII J. T. SUTTON, Unclertnkor, IKJflU.r STANDAllt) roLI.EI HAMS. Dl'lt im time cm To clixe our p irlnprillp wc will aril nn TUESDAY, NOV. 14th. '99, - ' i" Oufiitlrv licru of Miorinorna Murv. lt"p nml 10 ruitlfi. Tiny nn- - oii(j nml ..f )lutnni. Klralorliiutons And wllllnt? to nav Ion price In CASH for Uustonvillo, Kentucky -IMil.i.ima. V.cz. IValhcr.. Ihicka. (lor.r. TiirkoT.'Hncnr. Yellow lloot,.. llf f - Ika I..KI. nlUMl UfNtlal nrn-nun n.... .a- - .. nr nn kitni.. u.)ii-"- r. count!, t. Y all H.k of itemaMDil Ll-ftWloHone. Ala.) will Un n thei nmrket for wool. and C hini Seo me and get mv prlco liofiiro rolling, nn 9 Matnt-r-. It get it eaah. (.nil at my heailiuarter. ftorc Ulnaliurg. Kac-- ct at J. 11 UOIIINrON it., W. 1 c"'"' nioShnOo Klnilvrjrnnrn Sale bti it lni ut 12 iTclook. : ''V",-r" ... .l.u.1 with III Wi will rtlao sell nlxnit 100 llclfrra. Iirwt to ,reel JOHN C. PEPPLEM R. A. JONES, fl. "00,'ltV'1'",,r HiinvllUs Ky. I acandlilatofor Jailer of Lincoln Ooiii.ty of tho democratic p" to aublrct ... the action ni.1llilt.il. . ...n..-- t I. ifijjs. DENTIST, ui !. DINK FARMER I. a candidate for Jailer, auhject IIto of the deumorntlc party jour uiport. h" "C-tlaollclta T 4...m.or. .. jii ..! &rh5E and or tb II nonn luklD lar ilralnaof harnew and coruMnl roaitler. jmrj J" vJi, " , - --wr. he.de.1 by th. ?in..rr ttoraiu Owper'a winning K4 wera two of Mr. Fair .Shortbom. aweetlake ar young ?i...f. th World' U'IM.tm. lVrlr.. llarron and .hi. thd.-.h- ......... t.. FORKSALE. al ""' llltMt liOPU A. 8. PRICE, Borgeon MISS1EVEI.VN TARDIF, The 8eamstrosB. finln nml l'..liloniilile rewlnc Culling and Water Work, m FlItlnR a -- flalty Dentist, ll.lMln. ii of Kentucky' "iVlo.: writ, fo, p. W. gu.rante, '! wSKd 10KSA1.F. .fc...,. Ky. "": r;.n.bl. Cu. Stanford, Ky. Office 0t HWRR ? W S. BEAZLEY, D. D. S.f MclteWru' Irug Stor In th Ow.Uy IiucHNtcr, Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Pain I ,., ntl ,iSm .SpS --- ,... SPRING HILL OPTIONS ON FARMS WANTED, STOCK FARM nt . wouldl 7 lara-.ddr- ! With Vltsllif d Air OrBce In Ptmlclan ance. In attend llulldlnar the New Thomrmin tnko optUin. oiiro-h- farma like to... .. n.nl .i.r(t(U. Lin I e. WM I.A.IIKJllAP. IfotoldprlTatlT. w.wlllU loth, on Hd-to- f hlghcat 75 nrigvr. ij. FRITH HOTEL. r. nU.;CIS:0, rrspriiter., AT DEPOT. DRODHEAD, KY. .llnd mrli. Wednesday, Nov. xs"1 lying In, 1V,;U count j .J---Ji..nfc!r!t,Turnp.Ve. a... 4 nU. -L FIRST our eacertlonally rty It .''it',!.0;?", mem. ih. cmiiiuy lo mor. whole w. 'f'VV-'- u the two lotfu.onarplhatUinlo fia-r.- 1 In arating and f.edloii catll bualnna Ighl Telcpcwue continue th. Mm. .n. In 'fi'tartSlJ Uto Mid It. aunenlenr the land. abou-crca. C.cf3th. lanaa. ry 'r.'.J.nd T"'oa' nfl!rt-r- ! i. ""'" TREES.TREES Th. Uu liiu. Nunerlr. eflcr e.erytblng for orchard, la.n and girle n Full elork 4 Irult and . -; ,r '... ornaine.iai irrr.. k'.i1' u..tt Cilia -- .ubil.b hruU.lerythlng aept In uh an Inntf-l.l- nj il.u.l n ih. iuMninli... rate. IWui. u..i all tralna Mmial allc.tlou la . m trar- - C"r.d"o .. .. . ,"- - I ..n. II ..". l.. Jon.t U. AuTiicaO. I.taunki Uaari.EMtK. llKlCKIMIIK- l- Ua.TLkH. Mtl- lliLLr.-Tk- ii '"'' "i' ROYAL IIop-kfnsv- lllo nowIllngnwi't I. 'V'V 2S ' "? hnKrrCng.Lndc.n,: aratcly CSKrHWa 1 lb. UrlS, wntrolrnie olthem r. .or Th. I ai jjjH -- y auiSnU--d -- LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY Ilorve B. G. FOX, INSURANCE COMPANY Ol Liverpool. In,urnre Coai-Ji- ". h.!....b4..en "".".:".".. imt kit hen ttwT hvi uW wuwenou.-i- . jor ale) und Mule constantly on hand and a. all time. Larcct Tire T In Ihe under -. World. DR. R. COLDSTGIN. Barbae & Castleman, Of Xo. bUl'iurA Ait., t UV:i.?'rnUlnTnVrb. brjiigainrnt tiio.y. k , and Louisville, Will heat Kentucky, the Maaafen Southern lerMm.at. General Otlk'f r. Columbia llulldlnc. Lnul.-l.tlll- e. Ivy. (3) I'WOTW-w.lft&.- W m.,i,u)t.. St. Asah Hotel, Stanford,. Fri day, Dec. 1st, THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL iiTr-Ssi7ina JN ? Vio.Wr.. 1 M e.1 Sbortborn bUla . , . iiiturHhvj one fny in each inonfA. Eyes Ezaminel Joai Ol&siu S:lint!2ully Louisville, Ky.. Tho and. tn'.-';, . Aijattes. ouit centrally located and only Hotel In the city staking a lei. Ilowa ba.h. Ac. ,y Aluut .uacir-- ui cfilay. ' .Wut !.' -Terms ij Wv. lutiit ll BEKZLEY HOTEL, ,u "- W. A.BEAZLEY, Pror., GRAB OROHARD, KENTUCKY. eI2. d -'- RACKET Staforaul we i.lm) put w wUU. ST0RL ! One block from the principal slioppmK illttrict and two bluclj from t.c tlitto Splendid Accnmiiiodatlou principal theatre". and Sulphur w U. UIM) U) t I'Iiiu Water. Hlrcul cars pavi tlieitxir to nil ptrti o 42 Ittt.'. tliu City. Kverytlilnt; noitt ami clean. BATE. fcu,,. to lol to sumtutuling coul.tr' .hat I ne 111 a lull anilOUHCO I AM TSANSTXTls -ltb-ir- The W Wo will Kite OnultumlreJ IWIar for any HIS I.lFi: WAS MAVEU. curarrh thai of lefne (cmim-- 1 lr It don of llrjnnl K.i.iltiiiiil ed by HaU't Catarrh Cure bend for rlrcuUn; MoM lately hnl a mouilerAil deliverance iruui 11 fri .. . l II ft ....!,(.. 1 rtHM'-'Wu- ,, tellltiKOl a frl.tb.ful death -- !o........ I. a. It hawyiI'nall I, .B ... .. .In... "Iva li'. our taken Willi lypiiom rein, .in.. vanIwaaaoweakI Sold ly Iru-wU- J "V done w'fh absolute accuracy in .My lunira lifcaui hardened la IlaH'i rawliy HHi aretlieUtt. VfitMnb lieliMil me i ..... ..n .it .... lii IumI 1 uuu dlnof toniuiiipllon, IMtKSORirritW DEPARTMENT eiicieil to Klng'aNew 'Diuwrery. ln when I liotllo l)r i ... iiu If ami rn. .. -- ..., of a liisirdof . .reii(i. . wumi. i ...I.......1 y" gain great and the quality of all drugs used is I (au't aa loo much In It. am well and atruiiit tb aure.l very high grade. nralM " Thl mirteloua medlrlue treat- and iiuUke.t cure In the world for all 1 hniat and The physician's buccom in tho Lung Troubl. lUijular U .V) itrnta ami i trial of difficult cases is dependent on the l.ritli frnt at 1'euuy'a Drug blore: tvery botlla ment of.'.the drucs. Have guarauttvd. Compounding Medicines. ot i tin. . ce DRY GOODS & NOTIONS Clothing i". aro .till In thulend and. And bo wltU low prices on lrv UikmI. . .!,. .Ill oiioua. . .. .11 rt m.. n.i.lnni.n. fur tludr al li.lt- mnage anil prutupt I ii;miita ami hope ..111 ......!-..- . .a .u hutu u J - fibb; JLIFE &c Flrst-Clas- s IIor.se Slioer, lo mln ... ri itll iwritldnK Boots. Shoos, Hats; Caps, ...n... I'liriil.blfll! ImKHI. .' nun ueni. I" rllu "".- --' - . : will 1S09. HOLIOAYS, a. his orders tilled hero and thelJrcsult THANKSGIVING Newly (urnlshedj claa beds; splcndad bo highly satisfactory. Greatly reduced rates via tho C. II. & t. 1'orters the i.niy ciiep .' tablo. Kvetythltit; "roitr Oonio to See Us. D. Uy. Tickets sold on Nov. tl'Jth and fi.rliiL.t price. Tllr. ..AUviTT hi' OQett all trains. :i0th, limited to Deo. 1st for .return TJIE I.ON HATES. & D. agent for Ask your nearcnt C. II. Annual Convention National HardSYSTEM full particulars regarding tho tlino of Uain&l Ia7eeisieEi Cnapinj SOUTH'S the JSouthern ware Association, Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. trains and ratec. 1 vaw. aBBBaS 7, 180'J. Ky. Wbcut ami Corn to Murrl. PKNKvnATKi You USED IIY I1H1TISH BOLDIKUS IN National Convention Woman's and Fred' tuku tour In ' .HKliertV .liiii. KxclianKo -I AFRICA. J Plan: INSURAN0E;REVER8ED. Y. W. C. Ass'n, Memphis, Tenn, Nov. la Btunford and t Ii. MclmiJICEIGHT GREAT STATES lS-- t, 1899. ut eid. At-Capt. O G. Denniion is woll knottn all Ia .. ttUt B v T.. .. iiiii.io', Vl.ialnlii tlanwttt ( VU atrls l 111 I llIHI Convention, ut .tulT. Ilran. fl.lcktiiwtero In towu. A trim nfWw. Pcntccoatul Alliance il..cu tliuu any Nn rli ntU tiuuth Ci.ri.Uiiu, Wo Pay Wallo YsulLlvo. Li over Africa as commander of the force I iuy exchange will be all I n.k. Nashville, Tenn., November AluUuiuu, MUUlpli for farmer, anil I pltiKt HUt. OliLlce Cstnfanis. Py Vhon Veu Slo. ilmt mtiturcd Iho famous rebel Gallsliu 7. ... MV L'OUUk ..11 urwhfltl. 18D9. . Under date of Nov 4, 1S97, froiu Vryburg Ii , I ver Itol er imilderar-comti from Our IIOO.WiO paid In llrlug lneflta. audi furplua llcchuaualand, ho writes: "IWforo start ' Mill und aro nrai-eiTUB KAIILK. K1M1 Of AM. UIHD. llrrr 4D,ivio IUimi Tulephone Ho. us. campaign 1 bought a j noted for It Uen klght. clear und on the laIng Iletween IajuIivIIIb uur1 the South. Agent, llUNi:s W;A1II:N, wlio u.o .niniltv nf Chamberla n's Colic. Cliolera vlalou. bo uro tlioo j)roii blaufoid, Ky SMITH IIOMAN,hy, weuk eye Ixiiluglon, Ky. and Diarrhoea Remedy, which I used my. ButherlundV r.afile Kyu lvo for DAILY korouieaof any Wind or granulated self when troubled ltn uowei coinpiaini, gold ut lVnnr DrugMoro. Such way between Loutavllls aud I.oilogtoo and had given to my men, ana in every lid, JIM MMIIU For sale cabo It proved most beneficial." W. A. TUIUC, O. 1'. A. A $200,000,000 combination l proWushlnKlon, 1). O by Craig & Hocker. jected. It is Intended to comblno all of Capital btwk.lllW.O'JQ.: W. 11. TAYLOR, A. O, P, A mmVamWimemBessasmBSi Ky blcyclo and automobllo uiuuvllU. tho rubber, IlISMAKCK'S IKON NI.UVK A Tru.t Company TMtSfMiwsif yiiwmBttaafo" Iiidoml-i.concern, buMortoThFanueralnk Waa th reault of bliiplendld health. companies Into ono great and under uiu. management conlluu. m a... I i r.tiwifiiliui. friiiirvv aro not louud ouly for tt Yira. of are wheraMouuh, Uer, Klduey and llowela ;tli which will control tho production tbmqu-lltleoutoforder. If you want Klng'a a Ufaandlllla. every artlclo entering Into tho manuZiOTTZSVZZtXili !.w auitw. tbey bring, uw Itr. of ery wwer brain aud body. On- facture of a blcyclo or un automobllo. They develop -- TO'iSc at Itrug Btore. ly Messrs. Studcbaker and Rlckor aro A New York specialist told a man said to bo Interested. Honing aucb bualnna relation, will pror mutual. I a i I, ....ri. I.I .nil , il..aiil. that ho bad heart disease and would die MAUI STIIONU. wrin EVE AIIE Trains MoruliiK and Kioolng from Un urlthlii ii wpnlc Tho victim went off UIIUXTUKS' removed uud lUtu vUloa made cleur. stye on btatiou, 10th aud llroadway. Stanford, Ky., and committed sulsldo, and now thoy giauulatod lid or ore eye of any kind William,. J.J.J,B. O.aley, Sr., tue mans neart iieedtly and effectually curtd by tho uo of find, after death, that Passengers desiring information aud Wllllau lloocb, was In perfect working order. rates to Wisconsin, Minnesota. Mobruska In Eyo Bulve. It's put up A. W. Carixnler, BullierlaiK. . . W. It.Cuiuiiilna, and points in tho far West, Including Cal(tuarantee. For and old on Lynu, la tube, COUGH. D US Y.MIU. ifornia, should address :S. 11. bhank, l'enuy' Drug Store I suffered .5 jour with a cougbi and mle at J. F. Cab, . a J. a Uwaltr. Frank J. Iked, Uen. Fass. Agt , api'ut liundred of dollar with doctor and Goods Warranted. and probably faWilliam Meek shot E. II. Bacon, Dlf. .'ass. At. OFFICEIU! for medicine to uo avail until I uaed vr. And Dealsr 1 atCalletts-burg- tally wounded John Marlon FJtGuranteed. This reined Ilell' & (Jen. Ha . II. Sbanka, Fwaldent;! W. II. McDoel, Vlce-Prek0. make weak lung atroug. It has saved toy as the result of a political Give Him a CaU Chtrlss II, Rockwell Traffic Mg , W.it.Urlght,Aiat. aibUr. Ko. J. U. Itoaoll, Oruutaburg. III. KY. STANFORD, purity and freslmev. ommm Queens -- t hull mini) Wo Uo nut tain- - MR ap tco In ailvirtlai- lUu "the" think Hint tin1' Hut d llt , .71 "'to do mid luaku "'; And am belter prewired than wm for thim. A.OOHDES3STT INSURANCE. Oniy the best companies it presented. J. H. CREER, Stanford. l'rot.. Ky. Penny's Drug Store. Crescent ROUTE ' tl.fV co"' 1?... Ct illtfirent. We uiWctil.o u. wi li'ive tils Indiicoinuiit. Como uud '.. r. nml miiTltl..d0 will ","" rl ilu. to do. l....mmlr - lien SffilJi CIIKAl t ""'" d.l- Itucastcr, Mason Hotel MS. U. D. HIMltsON, -.hrst-claw- Inquiries toliiittit. IC. J- Kentucky. II. MA1IONY, Ant, Stanford. - soutfiem Railway SltflEST fskaWAH aW. ! Just Like a Mill, ' 15-1- IkTIllIiHjJIXIJLikj OfLoxIncton, s '... 1 -- Through Sleeping Cars THREE TRAINS -t !! tjt, Lincoln County National Bank. J,G.cGljAy Solioits Your Bank Aooount, H. C. RUPLEY, am. ni.i J.t OBICAGO. The Merchant Tailor, Receiving hit Spring Muiunier Goods. UNDBUT AKBR! - XAZ.tf.Uf, IADDLIET, s.