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I NO. 7G MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Trail-Thurily HUST0NV1LLE. Cyn-thlan- a, Win. Hasty, 2H, and MIm Kllza Hov. Hcrvpy .McDowell, Jr , of entertain on nlirhtutherpnlatlnlhumuon ee, 22, wcro married at John Musty' has been engaged ns pastor of Suturiliiy, There Un'ta nldopcrnon wllhlo tlio D.inville Aunuo. tho Presbyterian church. Oarrnrtl county now hat two ilcino- Kltnor and Charles Snyder, twin Mis Jesslo Powell, of Caldwell Colcnriwroto limit of Columbia, a) tho crat In iliu lt;Ulaturo for tho llri brother, wore married at Vut Alox- - lege. Danville, spent Saturday anO Sun Notre. uro re- -' tlmo In tho memory of her oliluat cltl andrlu, O, to twin sitter, Curilu and day with her parents here. (Thrco no cast- of mall-po- x Jenulu lthtinilc. Mr. I. V Steele has greatly Improved lortcd In the wculcrn portion of Aunir jten Wo wnnt to expand our trade through the entire State. Wc have tho means to Win. Ward Is building another house John New-lanCOUDtV. and Miss Viola Paint- - thu anpearanca of hi torc by adding tlo It, for nny one seeing the quality of our goods will not (nil to appreciate the died In on Lexington Avenue, and If. A. H. icr, popular young people of Mrodhead, new windows and a fresh coat, of John 11. Monro, aifcd paint. Huyfoof IlrlehtV dleae. Mo wai a .MiirKsoury is ouiitiing a granary t.enr will be married ntiho Christian church V. C. Greening' new brick re I thO ll(Kll there on Thanksgiving day, Confederate veteran. dcnci's uro near I tig completion, nnd aro Dr I. S Wesley ha moved to tho MIkj ICnto Wood, who huciI S. H. Henry Means, of Carrollton, Ind., quite an Improvement to Dinvlllc Ave. On them. Our goods nrc gunrantf cd to give stlfartIon. Kah, of Clay, for fc',0,000 for brcuch of Landram property near tho BiiplUt has jusl married his sixth llmu. Ho Is The Centre College Oleo Club will church on itlcbmond Avcnuo Ho went ill and has l.'l living children. HI last give un entertainment al the Presbyte Good Suits from prouil'o, got MO at Manchester. $,i OO lo 18 00 Hubert Caldwell, win of Dr. T. I". to Ml. Vernon lat Saturday Ui see his wlfo I a widow with eight children. C 00 to rian church for Its bonellt Friday, 2Uh. Oycrcoat 2260 accidentally hot hrothir, Theo Weley, who has been Howard Vanarsdale and Mls lnttlo An oyster suppor, served by thu joung Man Caldwell, of London, 75 to 400 III. Vanarsdulu, of Harrridshurg, wcro ladles of thu church, will ho ghon M'oes and killed himself while huulta?. - 1 25 to 4 50 A mas meeting of tho oltlens of married ut Lancaster Andy Wnlwin, a Iloll county outlaw, Thu hrlilo Is a ufl'Twurils Underwear, Shirts and Drawrrs, bOc lo fl.oO pair MOO wm Lancaster will he hold nt tho court-hou- e daughter of John I. Vanarsdale, former Ml for whoeo arrettn roward of Nobby Neckwear received daily. Kuthcrlno Haughman U visiting next Sunday, 2rtth, under the shcrlllof Mercer foutrty. olTcrcd, was captured In Virginia. Good Shirt from J5c to $2. Miss Elizabeth McCabo nt Midway. Mrs. May Darnaby Mulr was nward- - Mrs. J. W. Allen continues quite III. Jame, McOulre, aired IN, was In town auspices of tho W. C. T. U. Several Children's Suits from $2 to f I. airo. Mo walks with a minister and attorneys will address rd $.',,.100 damage nt Lexington agnlnst Mrs. It W. Adumsnnd children, who All tlice prices nru reduced. Don't fail to call nnd ee (lie Values. ii fow day Vernon Slirnal. tho meeting. Mrs. Mury V.. Mulr, have been tho guest of Mr. L. H. her mother-in-lauprightly tWp.--.M- l. Suiti 1'res.sed ami Cleaned. Tho rcaideneu of John tntuau, of Some uro wondering why Gov. Ilrad-lo- y for alienating her husband's alfectlons. Adams, leuvo for their homo In Texas Somerset, wan gutted by llamas and U didn't como homo to vote, and why Tho husband und wife wero double this week. Mlt.-e-s Marvin Wilson, of Injured for ti'.'OO. he ordered out thu mliltla, knowing as' llrst cousins. nlmoit n total Hothel, and Wllllo Lear, of Nlcholas-vlllIn our last Issue wo noted thu marriMr. Kllabctb Van Winkle, wlfo of bo did that H would throw out Louisare the guest of Mis Anna J. W.Vun Wluklo, ville and defeat Tuy lor. Humors of his age of Ho'rnce N'iuholson to Miss Dora Crowe. Mrs. I. F. Steele, who ha I'olloo Judiro-elc& pf Heron, dlod of congiMtlon of tho opixi-ttlo- n to the ticket are not without Hollo Myers, daughter of Mr. ,1, II been qulto ill, Is convalescent. Mies M)cr. The groom Is a convert of Bertha McCorkle, of Eminence, Is tho brain. ground- Mrs. I). W. Sonter, wife of Dr. D. Unauthentic report uro going tho Preacher Conway, of Gospel wagon guest of Miss Mary C. Carpenter. V. Sonter, a prominent physician, round that wo nro to have several fame, and Is a follower of thu vehicle "The "Povcrtlo Party," given by tlo died very ruddoulr of pnoumoola at weddings In our bsl society. One Is wiin inu intention or becoming a Christian Kndcavor Society, nt Mr. MiddiVttioru. to be in thu country and two in town. preacher. Miss Myers, who Is u looly Whcoler's Thursday night, wn9 n .Of All Kinds For., Dr.'john Vlthcrxoit, tho founder Tho groom In one marriage Is nolaclt- - girl, was organist of the Morcland success In uvory particular. hank, died at Ixeu of this place, hut sojourned here church, and when Conway hold ser- Oyster soup, pickle, etc., were served of tho Aiidurnon county Luwrenooburjf of fatly degeneration of for u time. Particular will he given vices In town, she and Nicholson be- aud about $22 made, which wilt boutcd came tiefjiiatnted. It wusu tho heart, aged 70. of love for missionary purposes. Music and when more is known. You should remember that my tloic Is licatltpiarlers for sight, culminating In marriage select readings wore social feature of q In tho foot thill eamo btlween Hnjj-st- iu C. V.. PoyuU, keeper of records at first Dr. Academy and tho Kentucky1 Mili- for Hughes Tent, K. O T. M , at Paint in less than u week. Mr. Myers is the evening und greatly enjoyed by all. tary Instltuto at Danvlllo Saturday, Lick, soul proof of death of W. K. greatly elmgrined ul his dnughtor's Those from u distance wore Misses she will nut Fieecle Uosloy. Maudo Moore, Pearl nlther tide wu nbl to score. Jennings to lta'ndquarlers on Nov. :i, hasty ucliun, but ho And now llrer Harris, of tho Adair and, In two wtMks, be received a draft live to rt)H)nt it. Johnston, Danville: Chornlo Kern, The culmination of an attachment Purls; Bertha McCorkle, Kmlnonco; News, has gone to writing double col- for $1,000 payable to thu widow. Prompt umn editorials Thoy would te Jiul as m)mBl like this has mucin 400.000 farmed tu childhood's happy days, will Marvin Wilson, Ilailiel; Wllllo Lear. gml and much uaslar to rend If he Maeeab. Deoned hud only paid In be the marriage on Nov. 21 of Mr Lie Nlcholasvllle; Httu Helle Hoot and A. Moore, of Louisville, and Mlts May- Roberta Cash, Turnersvillc, and Annie would make thorn 1:1 ems tnttond. ill) In four years ing Curdlu, of New Haven. Iloth were Kvans Ilright, Hubble Messrs. J. SU At tho sale of tho otTeett of W. T. Tlwre are only 24S niiixniranoes for Knott In Marlon 30 shares of Marlon circuit conn, whu-'- i Intrms Mondnv, inmates In their eurllof year of the Adams and John Praw!, Danville, Ash-b- y M. Warren, Itcam Leachman. I!d National Hank stock sold ut ilfll aver- Nov. 27 Tliero art? two munl-- r oiim Miirtiiio Widows' und Orphans' home, age and American National of I.ouIh-vlllu- al and h number of other CoiumoiiwettlUi und it Is Hie tirst case on lecord of u Doty. Itobert Hoslcy, Stanford, nnd marriage two children of the Phil Nuunelley, Turnersvillc. JUU. Tho farm of 03 acres sold oux-1'iih irinciptl aivtl suit is thai burnt!. Mlas Card I n was the first lo at ill) if Squire llurion. through K II TomThis is now the in st tip-tthte Gallery in Central Kentucky, ziavlnr; been reCHURCHES AND PREACHERS. At Woodbine, Nal HrllUln cut his Unson, against thu town of Lancaster leave the home, going in Sept. IS?!) cently equipped with the marvelous Anastlgmat Lenses; tho now discovery in outlet! Alrcudy ihetr vows had been plighted, kuookVd for 20,tKK for damages wife's throat, and was himself The Episcopal church U considering science I wish lo say to tlio Ladies that sustained by down bv bis two sons. Mis skull was falling (rum the ptvemeut into an open null when hu left, she promised Mooro n plan to pay its Sunday School teachthat she would be faithful lo hlin. A ers a salary. fractured, part of his brain coming out. spico lu front of the new hotel. year later bu ulso left tho home, und Mo and his wlfo nro both still living, Tho Rev Sam Jones bos been proJust received a large stock of tho very Many seats have been old for FhusI tils llrst step was to Vick Miss Cardln. but both aro expected to die at any hibited by hi physician from speaking al the opera houe on Tuesday night Their vows were renewed and It wo In public until Jan. 1. lime. x) Tho grand jury at Taylorsvlllo ha nnd a lurgo crowd Is expected to hear decided then und there to becomo hus All tho Christian church Sundiv students, combined with band and wife us soon us Moore could school aro returned an Indictment against V, L. Tin asked to mako an ollering Patterns never sold In this locality before have to bo seen to be appreciated. Suit1'ace, charging hlin with setting flro to GiJeot.'s Minstrel Carnival on Prlday, make his way In iho world. Dispatch. for foreign mission Sunday, Nov. 2ti. able for framing from the simplest photograph to the most elaborato paintings. Nov 21. Thuy havu two bands, 45 Miss Cardln Is a sister of Mrs. M. N. hi store on tho night of June 12. GetHov. J. H. Crouch went to Williams- Among Iliu lot is tho New French mouldings specially for suitable ting an Intimation of the forthcoming arilsU und other attractions, which Holler und has frequently visited her burg to All the pulpit of Rev. H. H. delicate pictures. Embroidered ilats, French Water Colors, and all pictures that remake It one of tho bast production on here Sho is quite handtomu und atquire a dainty frame. When in Danville, call and sec us and get our prices. Wo indictment, Pago hurriedly left towr, Mlbbs, who I holding a meeting or will save you money. tractive. , driving ncrocs tho county to catch u tho ro.id. Tickuts at Slormes'. him. 121 Third Street Opposite Post Ofllce, Danville, Ky. Garrard deuiocrala are anxious to sen for Ijmlsvlllo. train Rev. Dr. R S Storrs, pastor of tho I'.UN "ALU Church of Pilgrims, Brooklyn, utter a will Sunntor G T. Pnrrls recognized by CHAUIlKKLAIN'ri Company Printing Hudson UL'Itl-orilKIW, WHY NOT YOU? shortly put In a printing plant In Cor-bl- n, Gov. Goober administration by giving continuous pastorate of 5.1 years, ha and will at once begin to publish a him a good olllce. Mo is worthy and resigned on account of ill health. My wife has been ti9ing Chamberlain' paper at that place. Tho pluntwlllbe capable and was an ardent worksr for 1'atii Halm, with good results, for a lame Dr. K. O Guerraot will preach at tl o In every particular and pro and supporter of Mr. Goebut's from tho shoulder thitt has p.ilncd her continually TurnerBvlllo Christian church Satur up'to-datleglnnlng. "General" would fit his for nine years. No have tried all kinds day night, 2th, at 7 o'clock und ut the pared to do all kinds of llnu printing. namo very nicely and hi command Harbourvlllu Pathllnder. of luedicint's and doctors without rccciv. McKlnncv Presbyterian church at 11 The caso of Mcrlda Hacker, who, could bo distinctly heard all along tho ing any benelit from any of ilium. Ono A. M. next day. with James Mucker nnd John Sandlin lino. Jay wo saw nu advertisement of this The board of church extension of the Tho many friend o( l'ldcr C. K. medicine and thought of trying It. which Methodist church In session at BovvJl aro charged with tho murder of Henderson Harger In Perry county, was 'Powell will regret to learn that he has ho did with the best of satltfactlon. Mir tug Green appropriated J.'O.for Bcthc continued till next August. Tho other resigned as (Histor of the Christian has used only ono bottle and her shoulder church In Casey und tbu sumo amount two uro serving llfo sentences for tho church, having accepted a call to is almost well. Aiioi.im L. MiM,k-r- r. for Ml Hoiks In Wayne. murder and pending mi appeal laid In Ucaln, Flu , where ho onco preached Manchester, N. 11. For sale by Craig A Tho L'nlvcrsallstsof tho United State und to which plucu he bus thought of Hooker. jail at Stanford for nearly u year., have 200 more churches than preachers, of and propose to unite with the UnitaKx PojtmastorT. N. Kdwards has ramming for some tlmo on account Full Cream Chuosc, Muccurotit, Apple Butter nnd Honey. Low Uatks iiv Tin: Monon Houtk rians, who huvo only tillO churches, but been missing since Nov. 2d, und his his health. He made somo warm friend Sole agents for Chase & Sanborn's Celebrated CofFor Thanksgiving holiday tho Mon- havo nearly 200 unemployed preacher. frloud are alurmcd at his continued while hero on uccount of his earnestfee. Try our Climax Lard, best in town. Tho protracted meeting at Ml. TaNo trucu whatever can bo no und Heal In thu cuuso. I do not on Houto will sell round trip ticket to absence. fouud of him, and his relatives aro up- - know whun his resignation takes elTeut. points within 150 miles, Nov. 21) th and bor church, conducted by Revs. GranPhone Xo. 10 for any of above. L L. Walker, lute republican candi- ."50th, good returnlug to Dec. 1st, ut u ville Dockery and J. M. England, dotorotmnslvu u to his safely. Ilu wo nover successful In u lliunulal way, and date for representative, who was de rate of a faro and a third. Further ed with 21 additions to the church, 111 feated by 1.1 vote on the face of tho particulars on application. Address of whom wero by baptism. Glasgow since hi departure numerous debt HIGrG-LN- S have come to light, und It Is usoeruln returns, will servo noticu of contest on B. H. Uucou, Di.trlet Passungor Agent, Times. Bishop Nelson, of tho Protestant CTry Grape NnU You will like it ed that ho owes far ubovo his ability Win. Hay, Jr., whoso election was cer Loulsvlllu, ICy. EuWujpal church, took strong ground tified. Ho alleges many irregularitos to pay. Mis transactions with Individ .MILLIONS (IIVLX A WAV. In a scrrron ut Atlanta Sunday against uals, us well as iho'o with tho govern- thu chief of which I that 200 ballots It Ii rsrululf i;rjtif)ln to Iliu iulillc to lead tunny his wore thrown out on tho claim thai they ol one iviHvru In lbs laud bo art) uot uliald luotr prohlhltloo, becauso It Is an ment, bHvu that to I tbe iiveily and itiitriiiK. 1 Us tho God given right of mind was unbalanced. Lawruneobiirg were mutilated; that all contested bal KYUvroci. In Klni'a tw furCViiuiiiinii, forencuwlth personal liberty. lot wero burned; that secret ballot Crtigbi aud t'oid, bttv git en awav orr tm News. D -- n trial Iwitlraol Ibl.urMtt lusdiclur, bats J &2WA MBIS I The meeting at tho Baptist church was not maintained at tho West Park tli .atUfaitlvii oflnovlnic It batuliluteland cured caMi. AfiUiidlii luwIUrt friend. That Is that Illegal votes, supposed to be dem Ihouajitds oriioHlvM d)Mi.liwa Attbnia, HrolubllU, are growing In interest and result. lliMim.u,aaud all ollbs 'lllroat, exactly what riiaiulwrlaln's Cough Hem ocrutlc, wero cast; that legal voters, and liiiiavarc.tiitly turM by It Tall on lVuiir. Already 0 havo confessed und many frwlriil bulllr, U.'guUr Ue others aro deeply Impressed. cdy Is. It is thu inuthvr'ri help when nho presumed to be republican, wcro nut PmiwUi, and (! a iwj.iie Hov. II i.ivr guaraiiui.ur Jirice rU' U suddenly awakened In the night by the permitted to vote, and that, If thusu funded. 11. Hlbbs is un earnest and eloquent ominous liutky cough, and laboicd and other Irregularities hud nut occur pleader of hi Master's cuuso and I TiiANKKtiiviNu Holidays, 1iw. breathing, of her bale It Is the tafu re- rod, ho would huve been elected by t good. Tho mooting will Greatly reduced rate via tho C. II. & dolnggrc.it sort of the youth or adult when he has good majority- - Democrats claim that till Friday und purhup 2Dth und last ut least D. Ky. Ticket sold on Nov. Ring in tb new "Ring out the old rtWA kMFwGsJ&IViuI "cnilght cold" and there is coupling ami tbu contest will reveal thu perpetuation .'lOth, limited to D.e. ht for return longer. Elc2 out U0 iiii9 K'8 Ul troa " JWsWMfflHMuBiflviWr irritation of tho mucous membrane of thu of much fraud and many Irregulurltlc Ask your Tho meeting nt Wulnut Flat, conneurcst C. II. & I). iigcnt for lSiVMail3y7??KTdIv We brine to you the new and true from tht throat. It allays thu Irritation and cure ou thu part of the republican, nnd that full particulars regarding tho tlmo of ducted by Rev. J. A. Francl. of Winplney forests of Norway Craig & Mucker. the cold For bale by chester, closed Sunday night. Tho Hay' majority will bo Increased. They trains utid ' rule. preacher proved himself to be ono of clulm that tho Paint Llclc poll will bo Diamonds havo udvanced 60 per cent., thrown out because thoy voted until great power mid earnestness und hi Pl..lS15S CAN.SOT Hi: ClllLli but tho Doer war, Chicago dealer say, uftor 5 o'clock und that Huckoyo can n liuul .n.lliallont hi tber cbuuot reaib tbedl sermons uro highly complimented by In Tar-Hon- ey 'lbere la only one way has little or nothing to do with tho MiMdluitloiisf bo thrown out, on uccount of fraud and locuradmlntM, Ihoftir. la uy txiiuliluiloiial ma. alt who heard them, There were three crease In cost. They say that tho Lon- Intlmldutlqii. If till l true, Wulkor vUes. INulueM,!.and Ibat inr au, lunauisci 1vn.11 additions, Mr. Maralu Garner from tbe laiiwa don syndicate which buy thu output of will lose more than ho will ;;aln. The Htm .iftliu iucuicii llulujtof lbs luataibllU lul. Methodist church, Hugh Seargent from Wbu Hit luUiUlullanied ou liawu ruuiMlii Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by thu Klmburluy mine began' advancing truth I there aro always Irregularities amihlvt luiriMt uearniK. anu nu 11 istiiiirtujr- the Christian and Henry Haughman by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Potltlra iliMul.draiuea iitliu leeull. and uuleae tbsluprice a year ugo nnd hud kept It up under secret ballot. Thcro I not u poll rlaiuiustloii ran h lakru out and tbli tube miorul confession. Curo for coughs. coMs and ull Inflamed surf act Hjudllluu, and ulso that theru I it scarcity of In Kentucky, whloh could not bo to 1. uoriual caae. out o( bearln will 1m ilralroyvd of tha Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. If" aisiauwd ht Catarrb, WOllKINII NlllllrANiTUAY lorsuri blue Lungs areexBlft-ratetones. wlilcli uothlun Tho sore, weary cough-worTbe kultt thrown out ou souiu technicality, and uuivua Uaurlai-ea- but au lutUmwl ivudlilou otitis waa made la tud luMilli-.- l little lb lug Ibat ever Pr. Klna Naur Life 1'illa V.trtr l.lll mucus Is cut out tht ; the microbe-bearinV iaw llltAVi: MEN FAIL both panic uro given to fraud, more or wllltOe Ouslluudred IKillara for any cur U a (lobule of health, that cbaiiKe by tatarrb) that cauuol l cause of that tickling is removed, and the Influted weaknM llallraance vt Kin. to abuiiac!,. lifer slid kldtiev Iruulilri at less; so contests will not llkuly uvall of tKcafueu (can'l luto enei ed bjr 1UII Hurra vure, srud tor iirvuiar urlu-l- I Into slreuftb. l owrr. lht 'ib wonderful Into mental membranes ere healed and soothed so that tittr ili woifU,ni all fwl Hie mull. In Iom of . .. . . lre. ... up the bta'.lb Oulr V) cvnta whero the lu building r boa, i.ivlllt, lulaum la tlis Llool, uaraatite, urj,uue. anything except In case is no Inclination to cough. r. J uiitibi iicu, toieuo, u. hold by lYuuy, Urulit, Ueadai l sJ Urol, lutlwt. UUtlJWU IvelllU.a uw, marked, und evidently Sold by PruggLta, 7V. violation SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUOatSTS llul lliere'a nu lined lo (oVl llWullial. Ll.tn to J. Hall's I'gnill) 1111a ar lbs beat. v iiinlhtr. Iciatiue. I nil. us uti: "Lircitlo work uu Injustice on ono party ulouo. "Anyhow," said a schoolboy of InBottUaOnly. 2Sa..(30o. and $1.00 ! ltrrsrau.t His thing for a unu liswiieu ho Ii til Hiss or diet. dianapolis tho other day, "tho wuy thoy lUiidMttiiiSudduu'trars whether I Two hundred cannibal In the BE SURE YOU GET It did won l Sl" " a,w slmutflh tud good ap. IlKt) HUT r'KOM THU Ul'N llMAAVCARli OLD. iid Diffcrni nowaday, I itllllilDSUlUllig liuuld taks. lean Dow tat West Africa, havo been killed keep changln' thing aav nmix sNOAi to lit. wd'm 11d-iulllilurf sii'l bivaalifw IrSHiou Ufa." Only M llM-Ttr- -l W.. tlis liall that hit II. It hhaduian. ofNtw. by a German expedition, which was know tcoro about Joggafy than tbu mam llctTMaulcktuid L?rtziwirDtrlbf nDtiillMisf'i Urujblorf, Kisry Mils goat-l- ark. Mlrb..lu IbtCltll War. It earned Alliorrlhl iifr4pMUMOoocha4u.(lcul4A. Joggafy Itself." (vara. sent against them. Many of the slain lor VUtlt Ibat lo treatment ! ww WW.-- ii e e f 'I lu Ilu, klan'a Arnica Sal tr iunl blui. I'urf bead cur- - j Corn Is sclilnif at f 2 to $2.2) In Adair hklu liuford Lancaster was killed by a Cuts, llrultua, llurna, llulla, tvloua. (unit,ituta were decapitated, and their Kruptlona. Hot Ills rursou earlli. 'i county. tut. Cur Kuarsntrad. Bold bjr 1'cnuy, PrugfLt, led on lKiie to lorruy oiuor native falling tree In Owen county. ; - Jmiioi nnd Sol (irltlln wero held for muni or without ball In Clay county. If MIm Alloo HudM)ti will ' our goods give satisfation, tell others; if not, tell us. We are Expansionists! LOW PRICES M lo; e, ot J. L. Frohman THB GLOBE, Co., TlTlTTMTVrMlTTVrMTtTM'ti' : NEW COOD I Men, 'Phone 136, Danville. cie Women and Children. I s o9 o J Dry Goods, Qloaks, Capes, Clothing, Overcoats, Shoes, Hats, Gloves, Hosiery, Groceries, &c. J I ; JAMBS FRYB, Hustonville. vt DANVILLE, KY. THE FOX ART GALLERY, THESE LENSES FLATTER. nniMimnif lo batest Designs "Kleur-De-I.is" JVfouldigs. Raisins, Currants, Figs, Citron, Evaporated Peaches, Hominy Flake, Rolled Oats, Oatmeal NEW & McKLNNEY. rvris-tiirsuri- 'r mil-llo- u 3 fVTfSl ftl3BslaBeBafS CIH-.- PmieffiA fj$7 DR. BELL'S Pine 1 n d g augar-iuatr- d 1 Cam-croo- ns, II TmWWli liP 7 utlI Itm-vk- e lr. M's For Sale at Penny's Drug Store. a- -- . .ii ,r- - r --. ' miwi "' ' - ECB5otr; g T? 5 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Kv.. wTl - Nov. 21, 1899 WALTON. for women. His plan was to make love , to them and on being accepted lor mar-money auu riage to borrow all too ho could from his dupes, who located In various parts of Illiwere nois. Saturday was tho day fixed for the marriage and It seems that he told them all to meet hlra at n certain depot Eleven of various nges In Chicago. , and all sorts of appearances were promptly on hand, but Smldt came not. Somehow each got onto tho racket of tho other nnd oon they were singing their tale of woe into each other's ears. None had lo3t less than S50 by him and all, with ono accord, began to call blm a nasty old thlnjr and to ask the police to arrest him. Ho was too ro sharp for that, however, and is else now, doubtless working his old game. Strange to say that most of his dupes are widows who ought to have learned by experience that man Is deceitful ever and not let their desire to get another run away with their some-whe- Tut'.iul.lnnitanth of Hon. Evan 11 Settle, of Owcnton, conRrcssman from a It the 7th district, was as surprising U lamentable. During tho campaign, just closed, ho was ono of tho most effective and Indefatigable speakers soul and worked with alt his heart nnd fir the siicees of tho democratic ticket The effort and excitement was too much followed, for him and the collapse that not at first thought to be serious, ended was in his death Thursday nltrht. Ho speaker und popular a very eloquent man and had alrcaJy becomo a National flffure lnConi;ress, where ho made a number of speeches that stamped him as a statesman. Ills nddresson Ilobort E. Leo before the Hamilton Club, Chicago, on Appomattox Day, Is recorded as one of tho cems of American oratory. A wife and six children, two recently married, survive talra. In his delirium ho talked muoh of the lato campaign nnd his last intelligible words his weie "Goebel " He literally pave life for the cause he loved and died for the party which had been assailed by men who owed It most. Peace to his ashes. Already many are having themselves prominently mentioned to succeed him, but as the district Is strongly democratic It wont bo Billy Breckinridge. Bill Owens or Red Fox Bronston. TliKUEls nothing attracllvo about the namo of John A. Smtdt, no more than It Is said there Is about his person, but he seems to havo a peculiar chnrra AS effort will be mado to throw out tho whole vote of the city of Loul7llle. Col. Bennett II. Young and Judge T. I Hariri cave notice to tho election commissioners that when n canvass of i.h vm.. In .enmiilcted tbey will move m hnvn It declared null nud void, be came of tho usurpation of Gov. Brad ley In calling out tho militia, intimidating voters and Interfering with tho progress of tho election, becauso of the unlawfully usurcd power by Judge Toney requesting tho governor to call out said rallltlu when tho civil authorities were nlilo and willing to executo nny order of his court, and because tho election was a military and not a civil election, the civil power being subordinated to the military, nn overt net ol BRIEF KEWS NOTATION. POLITICIANS t AND POLTICS. for municipal offices at Mlddiwboro Mud 276,(KJU. filed notice of contest. Henry Jewltl, of Hardwoll, broke McChord went to Loulsvlllo with mniorltv. Irwin carried that city his neck while returning from church. majority Ills horeo fell with blm. bv 2.7150. leaving McChord Louis Porter, of Loulsvlllu, worked of'over 1,500 Tho republican in ijorltv In coogross live years and when his invention I tnn nliwn fur comfort anu puins are proved a failure tin suicided. M11J Henry Clay McDowell, famous forming to flro PolygumlH Huberts a ml us a breeder of lino horses, died at the oilier democrats. Urey Woodson sax s that Mr. Goebel Ashland place at Lexington. Leather nnd hides of all kind have Is elected but ho will not contest should tho the election board give the cer- ndvuncrd, owing to th,i scarcity of raw '0 11 Tho defeated republican iwii'M-i- The Temple. I.milvllle, was lonoifor in sumu'i'. mm Mnn THE- - Louisville Store. 14 DIG STORES 14 DIG STORES Owonaboro. Sholbyvlilo. Eliznbothtown, Dnrdstown, a treasonable nature against tho constitution of tho State. Tho grouuds seem to bo good aud sufficient and It Is hoped that It will be done. Uhu election In Loulsvlllu was neither fair nor freo nnd Judge ToneyV further usurp ation of authority In forcing election officers to certify to returns that are not true, adds another to the many rea sons for declaring the election null and void. that votes cast for W. 1'. Taylor in Nelson should be counted for w. b. Taylor and ordered tho election officers to so certify. Tho decision was not unoxiectcd. It was tho Intention oz tho voters to cast their ballots lor w.s. Taylor, and no matter how we regard such votes, they should not bo disfranchised becauso of the mistake of a clerk or a printer. By tho decision 1.11)3 Is added to Taylor's column, but even that does not elect him. Frauds and intimidation by the military and U. S. marshals vitiate tho election at many points and should render the results at them nugatory. fii.ASUOV Is too small for two such as the Times and good N'ewa and thev have sensibly decided V. D. Dickinson to pool their Issues. interest in has purchased a one-hathe Glasgow Times publishing company and tho two papers will be consolidated. J. M. Itlchardson will contlnuo ns editor of the Glasgow Times. C. C. Fare will be associate editor, and W. u. Dickinson business manager. The News poos out of an honorable existence and tho Times will contlnuo as It has for years and years, to bo tho leading pa nel-o- f Its sect on. wo congratulate all parties on the arrangement. seml-weckll- es lf Judge Jones at Glasgow decided f I'. S THE returns as shown by the Courier Journal ulve Goebel a plurality of 037 of the uncontested votes and Taylor 1,012 ol ho contested and uncontested votes. The result will hinge on these contests, and the Legislature will be called on to say who is tho rightfully discretion. elected governor, no matter who Is given the certificate. We believe Mr. ."0th Con Tub first session of the elected by the gress will meet next Monday week, Goebel will be declured be, and that nothing of importance State board, :i9 he should but as usual tho Legislature will, after hearing exwill be done till after the holidays, of tho case, find that the cept the election of a speaker and tho both sides The re- board had acted in accordance with the appointment of committees. publicans havo a sufficient majority to law and facts. organize and elect David B. HenderJudge Toney found time from his son, of Iowa, speaker, as Is the pro efforts to aid the republicans, to disgram, but It Is too small to depend on solve an Injunction asked for by Henry In the determination of questions InE. Wilson to compel the Slate board of volving party politics and the plan will health to grant blm a certlllcatc as a bo a usual to lire democrats who have pructloner of Osteopathy and to rebeen elected by the people and give strain the board from prosecuting him their places to scalawags, who havo no criminally for practicing without a lieuch claims There are only 10 con- cense. The State board Is fighting tests, however, nnd If nil are as flimsy this new science of healing with all its as tho pretext from this district, tho might, but those who havo tried It proleaders can not expect to make much nounce It good and say it has wrought of an increase, unless It is done by the wonders for them, So the judgo conright of might and with no regard for tinues to venture on dangerous ground. right and justice. THE Brownies, at Covington, have Foil his shameful abuse of authority calling for troops served notice that they will contest the on election day, his beand forcing democratic election officers counting of the vote of that city to sign false returns under threat of cause of "the presence of tho State Imprisonment, Judge Toney. of Louls- mllltiu on election day, overawing and vlllu, Is to answer Impeachment pro- intlmldutlng voters." And yet these ceedings before the Legislature and same creatures raise their eyes In holy Commonwealth's Attornoy It F. Peak horror becuusu It Is proponed to throw ha bscn engaged to prosecute it. Tho the Louisville vole out on account of judge's usurpation of uutborlty und his .nllltary Intimidation and fraud. To assistance of thu lepubllcans In their hades with ti Brownie anyway. Ho Is efforts of Humiliation have aroused tlio usually no more nor less than u measly people and they Intend that a lesson republican. shall be taught Usurpers that they do It Col. W. S. FoitiiESTKU, who miido at their peril. Judgo Tonuy has dis some reputation for Independence by graced the judlulary and he should bo showing up McKlnley, Hunnu, Hunter, mado euch an example of that will make In their true light, but upstartlsh judgos know their places Deboo it Co , who bus never earned the salary athereafter. tached to the office of usslelunt adjutant Wk never had any special love for general, 10 which Gov. Bradley up Judge Barr, whom wo alwuys regarded pointed blm, bus resigned, owing, it Is as a pig heudod, narrow minded parti- said, to u personal disagreement with san. Ills aits us election commissioner tils chief, The office, whleh pays 4100 ut Loulsvlllu fully confirm our estimate u, mouth, Is the softest kind of a sltiu-uuand the uuxt Legislature ought to of him, und show thut a silk purse uan not bo inadu out of u sow's ear. In abolish U. othur words service on the I'Vilurul IT is u remarkable fuut that onl.C bench dou not elevate thu character of u pelllclul pervert, nor keep one from those editors who supported Goubol bu- following the low bent on hWmlnd, to cause they thought it policy to do so, tuko udvantuge of every olnt to help are ready und willing to accept the re his party, ut tho expense of his oath publican He thai Taylor Is honestly elected, and ure furnishing umuultlon aud duly. for the enumy. Look over the list of Hi I.I. 11VNUM, who led tho l'ulmur those who ure being quoted by the op und Huckncr boll In 18'Jli und then votK)liion papers und see If this is not ed for McKlnloy, has received his re- true. ward, which a big one If It was u THE republican officeholders in liar long time coming. He has been appointed by McKtnloy us u member of Ian offer their services to Gov Bradley thu board of general appraisers ut New to seul und maintain Taylor in office, York, und Indiana domoeruts are glud bu. whun they llnd It will be wur In the because tbey know now exactly where open, they will doubtless give up the oo idea und remain ut homo to light from V plauu him, us be can no longer umoush. c us u democrat. io 1 tificate to Taylor. Hagland, I.etterle, Mueller nnd Charlton, democrats, will get. certificates of election to tho Legislature from Louisville. Gov. Bradley has named Dee. IS for an election to fill the vacancy from the 7ih district caused by tho death of Congressman Settle. In a tight which grow out of an about politics, Vai Haley, of Per-kinFrankfort, cut tho throat of Tom fatally Injuring him. a farmer, Hon. M. F. North, late democratic candidate for the Legislature In this county, Is an nppllcant for tho clerkship of the Lower House of tho Legislature, with good chances of success. Tho Jefferson County Election Botird has completed the canvns of the returns for city and county, but a number of disputed matters nrc yet to bo piss ed on. Thc7lh precinct was thrown out. Assistant Adjutant General Wnlte Forrester resigned Saturday and Gov, Bradlev appointed Capt. J. K. Dixon to succeed him. It Is understood Lapt. W. M. Berkole will succeed Dixon us keeper of the State arsenal. Hon. J. T. Hlnton. of Uouroon coun-t- v. nv If he is elected to succeed Evan Settlo In Congress ho will give every dollar of his salary for tho unexpired term to Mrs Settlo, tho widow of tho deceased congressman. Wo opine that thn vntor will take little stock In such an electioneering proposition, however. John H. Woolums, of Midway, who was a republican clerk In n that place at tho re cent election, has sued Postmaster II. p Wnlt nnd Harnett Ellis, colored" for $20,000 damages for charging him with soiling out his party to the demo crats. Buford S. Williams, Coleman Carr and Wlngato Thompson, democratic election officers of Franklin county, wore indicted bv the Federal grand jury charged with conspiracy and Intimidation of colored voters at the recent election In Frankfort. Though the Record Printing Compa ny of Bardstown and A. C Montenegro, of Louisville, both mado lower bids on the State printing thnn did the i.eo. G. Fetter Company, of Louisville, tho last named company was awarded tho contract lor the coming two years. ntoronrn Grcathouec. the Kentucky of Corea, died at Seoul Oct. 21. He was from Versailles and was appointed consul general to Yokahoma bv Mr. Cleveland. During Ills service as such, ho so greatly assisted Nl- k'.m.r. thn Ivlnu of Korea, by giving him helpful udvlce, that tho King urged him to accept tho created otnce 01 "uoPunir." Ho rcslirncd tho consulate and accepted tho office, slnco which time bo has virtually been King 01 norca. Cjeboe has been talking some more with his mouth. Hosays: "Gen. Tay lor has been elected, and he will be ..nt..il. Tnn oeoule will stand no Usur pation from the State election commission or unybody else. I don't think the commissioners will havo tho audacity to Issue Mr. Goebel u certificate of i.,..iinn. hut If thev do the people will not submit to him, and Taylor will bo seated." Whllo Gov. Bradley's friends are displaying great activity and somo Unvi.t.vln ilunvlm? that tho Governor contemplates barring Goebel's way to tho executive chair bv lorco in case the State Election Commissioners ,,,.,, 1,1 i.iv.i thu certlllcato of election to Goobcl, tho Governor and his Adju-taGeneral aro In close conference with tho Itepubllcan Colonels 01 the regiments of htato .' m.i nnd Second troops, who wore hurriedly summoned for that purpose. Courier journal. Besides the congressional committee nniiv distinguished friends uttended thu funurul of Congressman Settle ut Owenton Sunday, bunators Linusuy und WaokbuJn spoke feelingly of the deceased and Senator Goebel said ho and Mr. Settle had enlored the Legls. laiuro of Kentucky at tho same time, and lu referring to tho friendship which then began and which hud lusioil till his death, be was ovoroomo with emotion and ended by asking God's blessing on him and his. In Ca. At domocrullo lowuy und Owen counties resolutions wero adopted strongly denouncing Gov. Brudloy und Judgo Storllng B. Tootv, of Louisville, us usurpers of authority und us military desputs, for tho use of soldiers on the duy ol election for the purosU of Intimidating domocrutlc voters. Tho Legislature Is urged to mote out some punishment for Gov. Brudleyundto remove Judgo Toney y from office "for exceeding 111s uuvnori-lInto conund bringing the judiciary tempt und reproach by forcing election olllcurs to sign certificate which they knew und usserled to be false and fraudulent." s, Ho-Pa- ng nt muss-meetin- and manufactured material. A Chicago mini shot and killed tlir-- e of his children, fatally wounded another and then commuted suicide A destrter from the 10th infnutry at Fort CriHK was shot and mortally wont) led hile try Ing to i wipe capture. David Slntoti, the Cincinnati philanthropic!, made un unconditional gift of $100,000 to the University of Cincinnati, y Mrs. Kttn Sollnrs, a Chrlsilan scientist, died at Pitdueah without medical attention, and tho coroner I Investigating. An Arkausas tuitti murdered a woman becauso she failed to allow him to join ho was a leading u lodge of which member. Elkton. Vomnlllos, Mt. Storllng. Hopklnovlllo, MudiSonvlllo, Coorgotown, Morganflatl, Clnrknvlllo. Tonn. Cnllntin. Tonn. Stanford. Ky. OFFICE AND MHREHOUSE, LOUISUILLG. Excellence In Quality Is ono of llir pleanlng fsUnrc of this houe nnd the milMnntlnl wiving rrnlled by our ctulomiTs un purcha madi here nr never fnrRiittrii. Our dal.y offerings ""' full of interest to the economical purchaser nd thovi presented here for tliii wrck We have put mi sile another big lilniriil of will prove iluuldy Interesting Ladies' Over isO female students u. tho North Carolina Stale Normal ft Industrial College aro 111 of typhoid fever. Two have died. Fred Maertens, a member of tho Newport tire depirtment, blew his brains out because he feared ho would lose his job. Capes At Remarkably Low Prices. 1 Tho paper lioiire are recalling their price llsis and say that prices gener ally will be advanced In some Instances .",0 per cent. Mrs Mary Tyler I.ustls, who was the wife of tho lato Mayjr Henry S. Tyler, of Louisville, died of child-birtat With capo nicely trimmed with fur. h fiiil-lie- lllaclc Melton DouMo Cuo, 2.1 Inches long. wwi NO inch, eo Inr nnd top of cape OS Illnck Atrakin (Aipi. front and eoilsr nlculy ir!m nicely trimmed with fur Black Deublo Beaver rape, 2? mod In fur, bottom trimmed In hrsld, prlivl.tl) sweep, collnr and top of capo nicely trimmed wlib braid and Inihr long, 0 Inch iwccp, 20 Inchei lung, fur, mado without muiii, only it.75 Velvet Cii plaid trimming, collar trimmed with fur, Uiltoin nnd front nicely trimmed with braid and jet, price only 1 t'S. 100-inc- h Children's Jackets Wo-men- agstlto 12, 1.4 to Jl. Women's, men's and Kfery Item a gsuuluv miinoy imvor. Women's ItiliUd children's Underwear. Uiwton, Mass. Instead ot 20c the price H Uje per garment The main building of the Southern Vetsand 1'mim. nicely 's Unshed, liutoad of Me our price is 2fie per Rirnicnl. Normal School at Bowling Green was men's ltiblfd Vests, Fnion Suits ntcjly linlsheil, taed neck, our price 25c. Men" Heavy Kan Ion badly damaged by tire and tho Cherry Mixed Slilrtu and Drawers, nicely finished, Instead of Sic a garment, our price 2IW. Bros" loss will be $10,000. Thomas Avres, aged 100 years, died near Paducah. He leaves olghtdaugh-ter- s nnd 10 sons, the oldest of which U 78. Tho youngeH child is 2.1. Tho proposed Havana American cigar syndicate being organized at Tampa, Fla , will have a capltul of 17.000.000 common and M.000,000 preferred stock. A New York man bent on suicide look rough on rats, cut his throat with a razor and then hanged himself. Ho succeeded In shuffling off his mortal coll. The supreme court of Tennessee has upheld the uniform text book lnw, and also denies tho right to the American Tobacco Company to sell cigarettes In tho State. A disastrous civil war is said to havo brokon out In tho British possession of New Guinea. Eleven villages have been obliterated and tho Inhibllants slaughtered. Leonard B. Imoden, formerly of Fort Worth, Texas, who was found guilty ol conducting a wildcat bank at Kansas City, has been sentenced to 10 years' Imprisonment. A pension of Sift a month has been granted the mother of Lieut. Worth Bagley, the heroic young naval officer who was umong the tlrsl to Into his .Iff in the war with Spain. At Chicago 2.500 member of tho Knights und Ladies of Honor havo seceded from the organization because of dissatisfaction with tho management by tho Supremo Lodge A man and live women, who, being Christian scientists, refused to bo at Amerlcus, Ga havo been lined nnd ordered imprisoned, tho women for 15 days and the man for !W. Five men cnllstid In tho United- Stales army at' the recruiting office In Harbourvlllo. They ure ull mixed In thu Clay county feuds and express themselves as tired of bushwhacking A Chicago woman, to avoid regula tlon preventing molhors wlih children under two years from teaching in tho public schools, legally renounced ull claim to her seven months old Infant-PhylliKunkln, thu actress, has brought suit for lij.OOO damages from Guy Phelps Dodge for alleged slander. She alleges thut Dodge hud falsely to'.d tho "chappies," his cluhmutus, thut he had klrscd her. Mlchaol Emll Holllngur, who murdered his wife last December und then sot tiro to thu houso In an endeavor lo bldo his nrlme, was hanged In tho county Jail, Friday, at Chicago. II died protesting liu Innocence. On the sixth trial mul after tho been pending for 2d years, Mrs Hllman won her suit at Leavenwortti Kas . against the Insurance ooinpanli forW.1,000 They couumdud thut li killed her husband for thu money. Tho Kst office department has hluek. pension ussoclu f listed three o Petitioners As tlons, tho o Mutual Hello" sembly," tho Bounty und Pension Association" und Pension Club "Vuughn's s -ve "Ex-Slav"Kx-SluvEx-Sla- flen'sEfasticRibbedUnderw'r - Striped blue and ltron Slilrid and Irawen,IU finished, sold? everywhere at 7ftc, our prim er (tarment 4$c. The tilxive U on'y a few nrtlchM we think dtxerve specWe carry in connection with lhee a large and oompleto line of Dry ial mention Clothing, Shoo. UilleV and MiseV. Jacket at price that onti not Ik- dupliGood, cated elsewhere. The Louisville St.ore. A. URBANSKY & CO., Man-iger Proprietors. m T.D I'.ANKY, l!J I I CI LADIB o t I I (!) ( I I I I M VI FOOTWEAR I A Was never In Stanford. Infants' Soft Shoes, thlldrtn'a Dtus Shoes and School Shoe, Ladies' turns nnd well sclrs, lightweight calf sktn, Shoes. j Itul.l'crs to lit lliem all Old I.adie' Wool-lined 1 v Completer Stock 9 I I ! I o 1 I i CI '! J Styles the Latest, Prices the Lowest, Quality the Best. 5W. I I ffl J. W'ROSERTS. GO TO Ill o o o oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo I o o g o o M'loberts, tf)e Druggist, Fin. Drugs, School Wall Paper, Paints and Books.'Fine-Stationery, o o o o o o o o o o o Oils, &c, v At The Lowest Cash Prices. Oypi'OKrt oooooooooooooooooooooOQOOooooooooooo Shingk'H o o o o o o David V. Itlogur, former president of thu Missouri National Bunk, which failed In Nov. 189(1, owing depositors a million und a half dollars, was, In the United States district court, found guilty of misapplying thu bank's fund and sentenced to six years lu tho hA. C.SINE, ( Metal Hoofing. ( STANFORD, KY & 2iSa Iron Fence. Mill Work. L u jlS- - A. . J-- .. . f tl i ""y""1 W" 'n mf Vernon "In- - at idl. Hnrrodsburg Democrat. Samo JOURNAL) 0l' will always find nlco, fresh dlgnatod"lnst night, over what they paper reports talc of W) barrels of corn THE INTERIOR claim Is tin cITort of the democrats to n tbu field at 81.7"). Terry's. meals at Urady-There Is a lemon orovo of 1.000 ncrcs teal tho State High sounding rcsolu- J I'flT received n car load of flooring, lions we're parsed, but If anybody had , In San Diego county, Cnl., nnd It Is said Nov. 21, 1899 Stanford. Ky., ..UF..U.KR t.v. aid "boo" tho meeting would havo to bo tho largest In tho world. It was' celling and finishing. A.C.Sluo. begun In 1HK. when 170 ncrcs were1. broken up before It got to them. planted, nd It has been annually added j I'ut.V people madu pretty und old B. 0. Walton, Uiminhm Mamaokk. WlllLi". serving bs a. grand Juror ' ,r to until ones itiadoynurg at Ml It has reached Its prctcnt sbe. Sacray's art . 1 r, M. I), Bltnore keeps his stoic closed, Kobcrt Morelaud, now of Lexington, tiiutfrlul combined with gallery. TllBlicl n preferring to sell no goods than have Is proving himself to bo n great horso care, skill ntui accuracy Insure good L.llui;Tund prettiest llneof (,uccn an Inoxpcrlenced clerk. Fortunately judge. Ho results. No other methods are over w.iro ovtfr seen In Stanford at Warren for him a great portion of his custom- song, .old Itbought ono recently for a used In our prescription work. Fenny for $.'175, nnd n few dnys it Shanks. Drug Sloru. ers will buy from no ono olso and they Inter the purchaser got $1,000 for hlra. wnlt patiently around his door until Ho has two lino Sali: Mm. N. A. Tyreasold to.MIss ones In training now. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP. Kebccca Spoonimoro her cottago and court adjourns. K. II. Bronaugh has turned out all - lot on Kasl Main Street for $7tV). FAftMWts say thuy havo never expe his racers but three and thojc, JuniII11.1. Spalmnu is buck from LclmIN order Ui redueo our stock, will rienced to much dllllculty In keeping ata, Honest Itun and Sallie J., ha shipA. II. Skvmianci: went toClnolnnntl sell hay ac a very plow prleo for tho apples. The long warm spell lias caus- ped to Birmingham, Ala., to run In tho Saturday. next few weks. J. II Ilaughiuan A ed them to rot till some have lot all meeting there. Yesterday he loft for thov hud put up. Ilcport comes from that city and will remain to see them Will sevkuascb Is In Cincinnati Co, Chicago that over a million dollars' win the purses. buying goods. Hughes' worth of upplos havo been lot there T. II. Smilev, who moved from More-lan- d CfMKIi. Prof. L II. Mil. AND MiW. JIWHB T".YIX)li resuhool nl Rowland closed Friday with during thospdll. to Lexington, Is doing a land ofturned to Corbln yesturdav. fice business with hi feed nnd sale .Miss Sri: Cokatt, of l'ufksvlllo, Is very onjoyable oxtralsos, In which lloss. Mrs. Itois, widow of Martin stable. The building is toO feet deep most of th pupils took part. tho guest of Mrs. Mattlo Novlus. Kos nnd mother of Mrs. A II. Ilustlr, with stalls on either side and every ono Mil. It M OOOCII, nn CoNTItAtTOK A. C. SlNIt went ovor, died at Crab Or:hard at (I o'clock Sun- - of them has a good horso In It. His Amu-tio- n was hero from Somerset attending to Lancaster and put In new counters dny morning of a complication of monthly sales arc always succcsnful. court. and shelving In Owsley c Shnnks' new troubles togothor with old age. Sho L. D. Kasdnll's large stock ,barn in MlH Wr.LCll wentup to Livingston building, the first contractor putting In made her homo wlt.i tho daughter Warren county was destroyed by lire. Hro. H.rnos' meet- such a rough job thut It could not bo Saturday to nltond abovo mentioned and was a most ex- It contained thrco Jacks, two stallion?, ing. uied. cellent woman. Tho burial took place Ilvo other horses and a mule, besides John HitNiiitBN hus moved bis har In tho Crab Orchard cemetery at 10 about "00 barrels of corn, a Inrge Hon. K. C. Warren, master C. McCInry's Sali:. ness repair shop to J. o'clock yesterday morning. amount of feed, many farming imple commissioner, sold tho farm of J. M. store. Mils. Tnr.O CCIIIlV. of Lancaster. Oolny near Highland, consisting of Maktin. Mrs. Martin, wife of A. C. ments, buggies, wagons, etc., all of which were lost. was tho guest of bor sitter, Mrs. W ItC! acres, for the benefit of W. P. Wal Martin, died Sunday afternoon of con ton nnd others, for $700, G. M. D.ivl sumption, leaving besides her husband Danvilli: CouitT. A fair crowd at A. Carson. thrco children to sufler her Ioji. With tended court nl Danvlllo yesterday but J. T. Caksos wns hero Saturday and son purchaser. the hope of restoring her to health, catlle trade was oil and tho day was sold 70 doion shirts to one merchant T. C. BALL swore out u writ against Mr Martin took herto Hcndcrsonvllle, not a brisk one In any lino. Capt. Bng- 11. J.Melloborls. Klla Mays yesterday, charging her J. W. Drown, of Casey, sold to Spald- with breuklng open his bojso and tak- N , last spring. Tho change- wrought Hall, who says there were 100 cattle on Improvement, but the dUcase hud tho market, gava us tho following: ing .V Spalding, of Marlon, a harness ing things therefrom, nnd tliu trial, ij.it ten too strong a hold on her vitals 'Sold 15 yeurllnus for Wilkinson & We will sell you anything In our stock nt goldlng for Jli". which promises to bo n racy one, Is set olds for and would not unloose. Mrs. Mnrlln Allen at ill, 2') short two-yeMils. J. C. IloiiTON went to Colum- before Judge CHrson tomorrow. was a daughter of tho Widow Napier, samo at $27 50, 21 short bia yesterday to visit her daughter, were taken of tho Maywood neighborhood, and at $2,i, 77 .las. O. Grtssom. Mrs. Lost between Stanford and my bomu Mil. W. II. Ooocii tolls u that Mrs. near Turnorsvllle a pair of steol rim- was an eurnest, christian woman. After down at .101, sold 2'i calves at 310 and Joo Wllllmaii, wife of tho postmaster med spectuelos und between McKlnney a short service at her late homo by another bunch at $21." A- - numbor of 10 o'cl'k venter- - mules changed bands ut $10 to $100. at Jumbo, died lust night. and Turnorsvllle a brown mlnK boa. Bid. J. G. Livingston at Until the entire stock is closed out. Coma early. Wo have some nice goods. A itta'OliT comes that Mr. James Finder will leave at Cash k McClureV day, tho remains were brought to Buf- - Horses wero dull nt any price falo Springs Cemetery by loving friend Dudderar, of tho May wood section, nnd got reward. Mrs. J. P. Gover. Chicago engineers arc designing a and tenderly luld awuv. suffered u stroke of JIJ.OoO.OOO earthquake proof steel palace AmtlSTKI). Marshal W. W. Penn, Phok. I M. L r.wis Wave this week Tllltcasoof Mrs. Wall ugalnt W. lor the M kadnof Japan. I,.- - ViilimrnUo. 1ml.. where he will of Junction City, arrested Luther A. CulTuy for assault. In which she uj Hooker, colored, on tho charge of stealtuke a siwolal business court). ked M.OOO damages, occupied tho court For Kent. ing 10 from G. F. Uussull, tho livery MKH. Gnnniii: II. HltUCK, of Hrook until Saturday, when tho jury In less I In 0 visiting her son, Howurd, miin, of that plact. Ho confoss'ed and than 15 minutes after It was given Jlrt. Kvarooms and targe Innn. Apply to ton, Mns . U Wurd, Crab Urclinrd. r.ivu up u portion of tho money. Hook- them, returned a verdict of acquittal. who is attending Centre College. J. P. JoNUS und his three Cincinnati er Is in the Danvlllo Jail. Tho Indictment for tho nITenso was Public Sib ef Etcck, Crop, friends got buck from their bunt last Till: depot at Kowlund has been mov- therefore dismissed. Friends of tho bringing nbout 100 birds. night, ed 100 yards or so up tho track, In or- "Plxen" Suulro wore satisfied that Mu. ASl MHS. J. W. IlASTIK, of der that train men will not havo to this would be the result of the mutter, a, j Pittsburg, atlondcJ the funeral of Mrs. walk so fur to the telegraph otllcu when which but for tho sou I re's course In M my home 3 mll Nuth o Dam. lie, on tbel A. O. Martin, who was a sister of Mrs. they stop ut the tank for water and be lining law breakers would prooauly Ihutnnvill t.ikr. will kU nil my Stuck and! Irviiroiklitli'Kof cjtuso tho signal can bo seen fur. I never have been prosecuted. Iliirtln. Ueululi stm. lor culling Amy jonn- H:r:e:,Xules, Ca:t!o. Shsep And Hcs, Mil S. V. ItOWLAND was on yester- there, where It Is now located. The The advance in every line of merchandise has already come, ond if nn lUIIVID Ulli. n.n...l I soi), another coon, when sho aw. her farming Implements, Vehicle, Ac. alooal.trce day's train. Ho hud just returned t...lt.1lr... ....... IUIi1II ...1l lltUIVU UUIIHIUK .U7 we had to buy our Fall 6tock over wo would have to pay 10 to 15 per with her follow, was given a year lu amouut ol Hay, Lorn ao! other inIuo Homm to Gov. Francis and other bodily by means of blocks and tackle. from a visit en ami Kitchen Furniture. I with cent advance. The largo stock of tho itAiilcntlary. An order was made hiM attention to aoiue finely hretl Ja kto tall anil Mock relullvcs st SL Inul. TbUtule will toaliwilutr aa iroioe lo Cattle. for tho payment of $50 to J. A. ShanMIW. (JKOltoiA H. KICK, a handsome I'AINKCL Accidcnt. While shredmake an entire i bailee. In my UtsIodM. and stylish widow of Ml. Vernon, nr ding fodder, Saturday afternoon, Mr. non for tho capture of Nelson Anderbale to Ivtri at 9 o'clock, ibarj. W 11. Ill KKK. guest of Dr. John B. Bout, son of J. II. Bout, got son, who was convicted of horso stealt.l rived yesterday to Im tho and Mrs. B. J. Hrown. his right hand caught In the cog and ing. Tho town of Bowland sued tho county MIK8 VlltUlNIA HoWMAN, of Danthree lingers, the fore, third and Utile SALS OF LAND AND P2RS0NAMY. ville, arrived yesterday to bo the at- lingers to the second joint, wcru mush- for tho value of tho fence that Used to Wat-toed to a pulp, necessitating amputation, enclose thu workshops at Bowland, tractive guest of Mrs. James L. I will on afLexington Herald. which was performed by Dr. Alcorn. eotno $10 or $50, but Judgo Saullcy, Hrodbcad, Is the Thu unfortunate mar. sutTered agonies, ter hearing thu case, gave Instructions Doc. 6, 1899, Hauvk DUNN, We offer you were bought when goods were the cheapest, und you are pike irriul but was easier at last accounts. He was for tho county. Tho turnpike company On iut( rtvlc tal'li-i'-on the Cral nOrthanl from netrd hottest Goebol man In llookeastlo uiUro stout . standing in your own light by not buying early. Do lay mean money Ho Is also one of oiling tho machino whun his foot slip- built the fence und deeded It to the OIridJ three om Crab Orchanl, at putpllc Ml. Vernon Signal. out of your pocket. outciy a tho best men In that neck of tho woods. ped und his gloved hand was drawn Into county, when It bought their road. ef Ai:ut 37 A:res of Lini, Tra:t Arthur Baugh, given a sentence go thu cogs. A DOZKN or more couples will Uwelllnz, lumi auj other i a for currying concealed weapon, filed an Contilnln liiiiroicnn'nl an.l alo a tract ol alut '.'Ul Arm of from hero to sco "Faust" open tho new It was I.iikI, uuliiiprutnl triv't a iwunt linuw, aUut lt allldavlt for a new trlul and Nakkow Bscai'K. Dr. J. M. j iti.mtm at. Ijincasier tonight. Over of a uille from othfr tricl, alw the folloIi g Malllon 2 J I 9 yeir-oUtrkColt formerly of Crab Orchard, but granted. jjjH Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes. . .00 reserved seals havu ulrendy been Mare liorwi, A anil 7 oaroM, I i Court wus In session only a short time 2 Jrnueti, yfarlln llulw, te.l Mills. lion foil, uow practicing dentistry in Lexington, III fiisl. 1 old at (1. alwut 15 lli;auil Slioata, aUmt () liar to 0 this - had a narrow escape Saturday. Ills yesterday and then adjourned re!, ot C.irn, atout S.V) lmki of lo.l.ler, lot Millet, MIL A. A. Mt'KlNNBV went to Danl M. and Kltcl.en Kiirnilure, Seed tuts. al ..in.. v...t..r.!.iv. hut bolni: taken for vulcanlzcr blew up, tearing through A. Faruilni; linnlrinenti. Ac .Ac. litfor will caili Th;- m- ilia land years, deferred pay menu to lw and fearing that Ked thu wall Into hU olllco und doing no Col. Jack Chinn LAND AND STOCK. lulanc. In 1, 8 and 3 1'ervjnal prciertr for In hand Itrnnsliin was In town, ho didn't tle dumugu to tho room. Ho hud Just on lnteri-for iuiiii under ill); oter lint amount left the littlo room where thu vulcan- Nineteen 1,10(1 pound Shorthorns credit, not. with goo.1 icurlty Wins rliiht niontbi re.iilred. tarry long. h.VMll.l. COCIIIIAN. rented bis house Izcr wus, and no doubt waved his life sold at (lie In Chicago. J. W. PKituiNhas of Hoy- - by leaving when he did. By tho way, Carson bought of Hrlghain Stewart on Lotan avenue to Dr. Lewis, tho doctor thinking about coming to Young llvo shoats at o. lo, and will move his family to tho &C T. C. Iianklu bought of S. II. Haugh-ma- n SALE OF STOCK, CROP, building adjoining Ills coal olllco after Stun ford und practicing his profession. 10 cotton mules at $."i2..r0. remodeling ItOivr.xs. Mrs. Mary tJlvens, relict llrandi, S'tuilea Four cows, 11 calves, 40 shoats and l)n our irriiilrnii llawklm' on "FitANK IIOLTO'LAW. who went to trom Manfonl, of Dr. Ccorgo W. Givens, who prcccd Hoick-oono mulo for sale. Mark llardln. Missouri Friday, did not reach ed her to thu tomb sumo lfi years ngo, 1899. Tuoaday, Nov. At Melon's sulo In Ilourbon 500 bar In lime to seo his sister, Mrs. Lizzie Declares our stock of Besides a husband sho died Friday night at tho homo of her rels of corn lu tho crib brought 1.'J0 to We will what puldlc auction ouritink con.l.llns Bright, alive. Mr. W. K, McAfeu, of of loft ono child. Ywtllnaiil Calre, Milk aged Mljeu-- s. Sho wax a . Mhssks. K. D. Bituci:, (I. T. Helm, eryslelas, ol Shelby county, and In Thomas Mcltoborts and sons, of M l.wenand afe Hi!, two nn.i m area, a nTliorouhire.l llorm-sothers, of Danville, Miss Flnloy, Doyle, sold to Mild 81 1,4-- 0 pound Cu- t- vywoM Ullf. I weanllnu Dull by Imp. biorplou V. K. Klco und I old Saddle lirldinic and a two every way a inot estimable woman, tlo at UJC. ruturned Saturday night from u rontMjnt of llluden, rariiilnis ImpleiiiMiu, 1M.IKH. botng it member of tho Christian Wainill. ll.rmw. niuios, lour year j invuv .'ttli.i. of Coin lu the bhoik, u Ae Four two.yoar-oi- u weeks' hunt lu Wust Vlrglnlu. They itackiof Twenty ai rr and lot of smaller chinch for many years. Sho leaves ling mutes und ilx muro mulu colts for Hay, killed two deer The lmndsomebt cvei shown in Stinford Xuw lot just in. Colois: H.Miathold and Kill lieu Curnllure. only one child, Mrs McAfee, to fuel salo. II. Oovor, Htislonvlllo. gamu. Mr. Bruce has one of the dcers Terms mads tnown on day "' '..., ,1V hur loss. Sunday afternoon, lluv. II. credit. Caldwell, of Hoyle, delivered to his J.C. C. (iarrlson held a short service at her 200 ciitllo to Kldd ul SJ and Si' premium MNViViVi'iYiYiiiViYiYmYiYiVi'iiYiiiiiifil homo and then thu body was convmed LOCAL HAPPENINGS. i on tho head. They averaged 1,5:0. to tho Danville Cemetery, to which tho S CTYUSH, KnUAULBa, M.J. Farrls bought olghtor 10 broko 2j ARTISTIC-- Ni'.W Jewelry at Hamilton. : remains of her husband, which wero -- . S IfecornmenJcJ by Leading hurled on tho farm, will shortly be re mulos uiday at .f0 to $70, and two ff5; 5 h csainaktrs. II to .'lie FKW inoro good'bugglus at. cost. H. Advo liunohus of cattlu ut 3- u.oved. ;S lli.-- Alwl'leaac.These lire unipii'stionaldy the bct goods olTcrod for a handsome Underskirt or Shirt K. Weurun A: Son. cuto. Waist, (let your pattern while the block it full. JUNCTION' Cit v. Thu uiiturlalninunl bought In tho McKlnney iC D. C. Allen Foil sulo or runt, tho liousu I llvo In. given bv tho Mauoabees at thulr hand, ,'lo and ,'li. seutlun u hall cur load of bog at Miss Lleulo C. Ueusluy. sotnti, new hall Friday night was a do- a half our load of liutuhur oattlo at ;t to I T " 11 success, Thu show was good lu :ic. STBNixilLM'llV und tyKiwrltlng dona ubled ., L-ovory Htrtieiilur und proceeds umounl L nderwood llros. sold to Hudson - tr--. roaxonablo rules at this olllco. .-. ul T Wustcriluld, l'ago, of Adair, two hornless bull ed tooloMi to $100. J. ,i ,oNP I'dTLU AT ANY l'KICE: brightenGiK). H. FAltltls Hi Co. art brother of our L. M. Wosterlluld, has calves at tiuuini IOJ..J.. ucck one ui t n I 4 IK Mile. ;. .. .h . t ....I s. ing up thulr Horn with nw puwr und open oil a drug store near Dunn & O'H k"l wa 'Z "'" ".' rdf.ltr r i I i .. in, renl lttiillel' -- : He Is from Purksvlllu and Is an paint. bought of Lllburn S: . C. Uoblnson '.' AJi..)oarniltHll0lit McCal-lui- n . : THU McCALL COMPANY, uud Wiu.tloouh 100 barrels of corn all tliTcoTd oil!.1 I will lit up jour oxporluncod pliurmaclst Tho Iv'HKl' Hotel Is being repaired und u $1 7f dallvipud or.tl.00 shuukud In thu 130 to MOW. I4th Street. NiwTotk;: tilp. windows and doors with weather :5 5: Wlilinm Shultun, Pu'bldcnt. siuxcnorririit handsome vurundu added. A window Held. 5 iSorillli Ae., Chlcsuo, and A. U Sine. Primary, Preparatory, Academic and Colleglite IKjjiartiuouls, Music, Art, Kloctl '2 ioji Market t., San tranclaco. j. door factory Is tho next unterprUo Nuglu, of Loxlugton, bold to ' and C. F. for catalogue to en nnd nnd 1'lijncal Cultuie. 3Ut year begins Sept. 1th. To FaUMUIIS. Thruu Dlso Harrows booked for this place A. V. Shank Dr. C. W. Crawlay, of St. I.ouls, tho MIIS. NAN.N'IK S. 8AUFLKY, Ldy Principal. lloystou colebratod saddle horse, Frenchman, you monoy by buying them htin enlarged his storeroom. Will s.ivo ' .V: Uussoll huxo takeu charge of thu liv for $V.O0. B. K. Wcuren k Son. Kaboth pacer ery outllt they bought recently of Tom M. S. llaughuun's rut near is rue cm 1Z Tilt: wife of Huuh Hukur, coloicd, Cecil. Several umrrlutfos uro talked went a mllo In 2:15 tho other day. Al verrrcE.t.1 PenmanaJti l'ubllha ; had 14 turkeys stolen from her Satur- of und at least two will come oil before Hutching, of l)invlllo, Is driving him ; llrlshtest Magailno jSIiorfltantt. Ileau! ul C Morcit I'lalc. : day und Sunday tlu rest-- Ul In inimhor winter comes. I'rof. K, L. Crubbs, und promlcca him u brcud winner. L r,ii',ttcfn, a: .1 I dlsupiMjarcd. who teaches llvo days In tho week, puts Jellrlc & Tupmau sold to W, P. "'if r . r 5: , icailM In KA elegragny. (.rfm.iut lor alilli. 2- rolling goods at Ocorgo Dunbar u car-loof mule ut ti.1. J, sutln bund bug, containing two In Saturday Lost, 55. ,. Wmi.i.m iiiiidolbtrnlli- ; ,n , .....!...... 1.......V., lit ,m..,ww fi..im mil. iitl..j ..w. .... Win. Dupco .V Co. 1 DUIlClfcU IIUUKU. ' M)ckctbook with II. Ih'cker's sloro at :s ,., !,, I'ltuKiaiurii. ulr of siiccluclcH, fit nd For Ions partlc at ubout Jim. Adair .Now. C THC McCALL CO.. S Tho monoy will arc doing un Immense shipping fl.76, kid gloves, (hiatcjuc 21 long year- St., New York : eiigs, poultry Ac. They keep Walter Torhuno bought ii tu 116 W. 14th JoufxviUirJTy, bo given for tho return of tho other ling mule of Patterson, of Maekvlllo, tho country clean of such things. things Mrs. J. B. Farrls. Oo to Dalton for pood wntch work. Tin: republican at Ml GEO. H. FJLBBIS'& C GOOdS, Clothing", ShOGS, s, 1 - j J Dry HatS, tt iaraware, btjoves, Queensware, Harness, &c. Ml KY)d$ of Produce Waited, ' m and Hunting Supplies, &c., go to Craig 6i Hooker's. Drugs, Books, Stationery, Patent Medicines, Perfumes, Guns, NOTWITHSTANDING " The Advance In Prices so-ii- ar j Actual Cost B. K. ! ( ' WEAKEN & SON. Residence t$mmsiMmMm$mm&m. k On Saturday, Dec. 1 -- '99, No Wolf Story. 1 DRY G00D& (L0O)inG n. AnD$r30G & I I fg tf Wodnosdny. Son-for- 11 Hro-noug- fi SEVERANCE THE. SONS. A 1 1 1 i'o. lloon-hiil.- l. t 1 - Official Report! 28, l, , Mercerized Sateens (. j ,. s Royal Purple, Blue, Green, Red, Navy, Cerise and Black. lo Mm t" BAZAR JOHN F. JONBS. STANFORD, KY, i Sur-bur'- Z Stanford Female College, K ripest til liS CALL'S 6m IHAGAZINE snp 1 J ra' .' 1 ad I ii j Intsl-ness- -- 'Cf2fiM$mh fo)w? Wm LX4LU W "vlWMi yimtMHm m mmXJHW wmm GILOniT'S CUKKIC THEINTEHIORJODRNAL Enteral in the Is Imminent?" TO Logan Sunday and will remain on tho "No. Some meddlesome portion has .W. 11. Cummins, transport In Now York harbor until been representing to him that Asiatic nn. J. E. L II. Hhanki Monday when we set sail for tbo far and African complications DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS IS. 1 will J. K. Ca.h, away Orient. Should tho sea bo peace- diplomatically settled and Hint Huropo J. B. Owiler. VIA Vnshlngtou ful wo will make tho voyage fa .2 days. Is on the verge of peace." OFFICEK3: bo made at Gibraltar Star. Short stops will S. 11. Shanka, 1'resident; and Port Said. Several of tho sick J U. Owaley. I'ashler; Troubles of Sorlety. W. M. Hrhjbt, Aat.Caahler and guard houso bums have, been dis"Lot mo see, which was It your cousin married a dnko or a count?" charged and with thoso on 'Trench inier reMn tiir. - ii... Irormepn-w-u- ltlinnnlloiii, pieKnta Hie iml an "Neither. She Is a princess." leaves," the NATIONALBANK the maximum regiment is llttlo abovo "Oh! I lnvo iierlur nlwilulea, thruusn ear aertii' aiw irauwr FIRST friends with UtlunarraiiKeineiiia neiierally, eier onYinl to Hie number wtt It al.a T Iraiel to Nmtlieru l!mrla. Thero were several Incidents that OK STANFORD, KV. and Irom Cinrliinail nny more without Ihiiiiu Iiaim lsI will cause mo to never forge old Camp tny vlsItlug ,lst...CilIcag0 ximes-Her- l,uia,llle, Intoiinecilon Willi the ifuern A Ores CliatUsocsja, Jeaup and The Haul cent lU.ute, rla Mcado, as thero were at Cblckamuugu aid. CiylUlStcck $100,000. Sirflas, S17.6SS SI 1iutMii.il Slihisi. Cab hum Clcimnati lu last summer u year ago. I havo boon : Willi ruineiileui i.nihtloiia fmi Ja. Thla Inithutlon originally ratalilliued aa the on guard twice hero and I don't be- -j laiularlllr la knojvllle, Ailietllle and hatali ..Vaic. Rronne(1 a up tll0 nah lila la llie Nenlc lt.rt.le llirwuh Hie Jlo'io Stanford in 1KS thru reorganlieJ ai Uovo two moro dUagrccablo days and prostrate ol tali f Wnleru Nortb- - Carolina man. , tho National Hank ofblanlord in andaaln nights could bo picked for guard duty It Un'- - cither!" ho exelalmeil a the iky" Alwllirwijh Sleeping rara Irani M land, to Willi the I. I.. A si U tho tlrst a cold, drizzling rain and moment Inter, rising uncertainly to his Jaikwiinllle, iranl9d at tl. Pint National UinkoI) Stanford lHiUrllle, and tlnonsli Itallroad the last, Sunduy night, a cold Arctic! feet nnd ma lug his way ncross the wi..... i.... (Air Cr. i.i llinm l.itv lo Jackiolilllle .. Line). la (n Ml, baa had practically an uninterrupted exl.t. .V M lUllroad In cuiine.ll.in wave that almost fro.o a gun to u son- - "loping deck of tho vessel to the star-- via the K I . F sllh'liiKSnlTiiKUN IliUHiv, la IHriulngnaui, ngo cuufor 41 year. It ta Lette. lupplled now witi Unci's hand. For this reason I will bo boma Tribune, .Iwiip and The I'iant Malrii. Allania, I'',l" J.iktonvllle l.lmll.-- l, only thirty- Ucilitica fur traniacllng buainraa prouiptly and lib- glad to leuvo my native noil, as soldlor-- ! iliiht hours from Kaiiw till tu Ja kaoiitllle. Vtln , Inherited Tnleiil. lines "ell llinmuli ng In the wlator in a Northern cllmo erally than rer before In tta long (and honorable MnWMW,w, jou gave your college tcrAll Aieniaurruiinnilne 1 UK N.tllir kn IUil av l. "rilou tl. keta la Is anything bu', pleasant, especially In theatricals, how did von ..me l,.. to the IWoorli i.r Horida and the Niulli career. Accounta ol Individual!, nducurlea,nrni Mam. athudule. lookleta and lufotmallon mall- j upon KnifUlus to Impersonate wins win. uu uro at an. tho worn- - fci free lo any aililien, ' and Indiridualaaollclted. W I". Vo are doing omo hard drilling and nn of tho piny? J.l.lll.sM J1S.N. Chloaiiu A. 111. DIHtCTOai. en Adams St.. target practice at present bull guess j Nnhbs Oh, It en mo. natural to liliu; C. A. IIAlltli lrar. Ian. Anent, J.W, llaydtn, Stanford F. Keld, Lincoln Co ; Ixulnille, Ky. V(nl know M mother wns a woman. tomorrow (Friday) will und all drilling W. A. TUItK, O. I'. A.. S. II. llaughiuan, " S.T, HairW, " for several weeks Wo will havo cal- -' Jut'' Washington, ! U. W II. TAYLOR, A. O 1'. A T. P. Hill, J. 3. Hoikir, " Isthenla exercise dally nn thu boat. I'naeiiatiiiiible. lml.vlllj. Ky W. A. T.lbble, IJIckover They say tho clnnainou " W.I. Walton " At first I entertained doubts of ever ' uUno totul failure this year. J. U:C)lllrlCMh'Onih,d l. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon returning to Kentucky but that doubt cro,, I,rk"es w,n bu moru ,ll:l" 'luulJ'wl- uu.'' has (won dispelled us It Is sure Kluire, nunfor.l. M,l) lfi)4i:-li-:i"- ": -- 1 Goebel. despite thrneodts. traitors, tho' orricaak. L. fc y railroad anu Ilrudley bayonets Chk-ugTribune. J. Mcltolrt, Cakhler .Vo doubt by tbo tlmo this J. S IIKker, reaches tbo A A Mi Kinney Cathttr. eyes of tho reader tho 41st will bo on Hopeless. tho billowy dcp headed for Agulnal-ilo- 'a "Silence Is goldeu," quoted Sirs. IJIck-erWilliam tionch A. W. Cari-nler, 1 i Mprchnnt Tsllun, M Wi.t lli firppt, They were looking up nt tho men nt itcoml'Clau waller. work on the lilghfut Mory of the comWill ilNpliiy Pninpli- -, nt Hip SI lliitvl ing Wllllninxou building. In stittifuril on the 3f la i'f Cirh Jlcnlli "It's wonderful," olie wild, "tlint All cnrmrnU fltlnl on I'n-ti- i ilnlr work A those laborers enn vtnlk about so reck- r mlalit l nn lnin"llillllv Willi ll.unn lliixlof locsiy nt Hint dizzy bright." ilolng lMilhtfii Cull nnd itumliu Utr.l SI Camplps I'nll nniMMnlcr. Inu'tlOoi John Traylnr, Jr., I prospering at tho "cs," lip wild, "It seems reckloM unrate of two pounds dally gain In avoir- til jou know bow wife It K" aopaidaia.eo will hecnarged. When not "Itow can It be unfe?" she cried In dupois. May tho gullant Gocbcl's ma jority Increase In numbers with corres- - amazement. ponding rapidity, Is tho hops and be he"Simplest thing you ever heard of," nnswered. "Kuch of those men up And willing to tmv top nrlcc In Clan for Hustonville, Kentucky demo lief of this family of truo-blu- o OlitckriK. V.ec. IVnthvr. Iuck, lli'e. there hns n powerful inuguet fitted Into TIME HID crats. Yellow Itixit. Wax. Turkoa. Olnwiie. l.llcolj tho solos of his shoes. The innenon VullVulcT'i M.?i lid Cait llldoa of nil kind, CNi.r llra.a. Iron n.l I notlco that Mr. John I'cpplcs is a riliiff like death to tho Iron i ii crossbeams. iiuut-i-. cii mil pricewin innrhri itir wimii. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. candidate for jailer of Lincoln county. They riliig eo tightly Hint n innn kolllni:. Hint weather and nln lo the warm to atop Ixijlna low maitrlimeI Sen ma ami get inv at Uforolirailiin.irtrni my lsll ret The pcopln would net wisely In mak- cmildu't fnll off If ho wanted to. Some- hart nnillrl tlHi)W ajainturte;aiir Hi nt J. aiot cnh Kackt't store 1 OS a. M. uiiKhurg No. 5 Arrrlteaat Stanford at lalcr lor rrrvnt ing him their choice for he would times tho iiingncts pull so hard that lit- ChrUtntai Will itatt par all the ontttl, will It ltiIII.N:ON No. 4 Ieatea Stanford at '! market and J K. Ullllli'TIAN No. 21 Arrlrraat Hnwlandat 12 00 DAT. prore worthy of their trust, being tle men who haven't much log iiiuhIo SO t. u. S No.IM Leaiea fctanlord at fliul It dllUeult to lift their foot to walk known In tho neighborhood whero ho C. PICFPLEH along. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. was born and has always" lived lis an "The other mornlug I was strolling la a, candidate) for Jailer of Lincoln (uiu.tv .11 Mam upright, honorable citizen. Doth ho by In the street below the building iilijis't to llio nrllou of llir tton.uor.atlu' par no. U Train join J North .. t ... 2 41am and his estimable wlfo will provo tho Is millclteo " " ty. Your O.M " when n iockotknlfe suddenly clattered ...1.' " South ...... 0. M " old mule-- , now ready tr Mlwoaiid lhi )rar U3ipiu right ones In tho right place, as they on the pineinent In front of mo. A sil " .23 maikel. For allirolnta. possess tho respect and confidence of ver quarter nnd n couple of dimes nnd '.M Head ol l,ilpiund Cattle ree.len. I lied Hull Call shorllioruaud Hertford); elhl Is SOLI). n key quickly followed It. all who know them. EO'IOH TICKETS n canilld.ito for Jailor, auhjcvt lo tbo ac?ii iindi "Then I hoard laughter up above nnd ! llirrclaof Corn IIA'KIAUE CHECKED THROUOH. rly lie wthlts tion nt tho rlcmoorntlc Mr Fred Stone has moved to Lancas Tnullaleanf llorer Ha; any Information enquire ol hastily looked up. One of the workFot jour support ter to his now rcsldcnco lately erected men hail Jn Tom lloier Hay In turn. sIIpihhI from a long crossTho f. J. II Ott Sl.KY, at Lincoln Co. Nat. Hank. JOB S. RICE, Agent, there. John Guinea has rented from beam Stanford, Ky, nnd was hanging up there nt the A. S. I'lnlii and I'a.blonalile Sewliijr Cutting and Mr. Stono his place near here and has sixteenth story, foot up and bend downFitting n p.vUltT Water Wurka St FRANKFORT AND CINC1HNATI. taken possession. George- Hilton has ward, supported by the magnets In bis Surgeon Dentist, It wi.s his pockets that gave (iolddmt horsea tuniMnnl wild the moat .)ii Frankfort t 1 a. m. in J S 40 P. H., moved to tbo houso on Mr. Robinson's soles. Tralna leare A and W S. D. D. S onnectlni; it Heortfetown with (J m. C. Leave) reachr atnlriftiir liAfnr, and Utlllo llur.1 (liaktliff tll Oh. no. bless Farla farm vacated by Mr. Gaines. Mr. and forth the silver shower. and S 10 r. 8 41 a. la Paria Jny catt'e all n,Malere.l and t Hearse- - Mrs. Walker, a nowly married couple, you, there Is really uo d.tuger about It eiHiiMneil nMdMrr 30 p. M , connecting tt:lSA. q and s.and reaching Frankfort at 9 15 leaded he Hie Inbred IVdrolltlll. No 4WdI, who-- e LnncaMtcr, Ky. . ... AC town with aire iv.iro rfia, aui turn iniiuia iviru jiijiumiu (tCcrCT- - VflluWrt I have gono to housekeeping near the now." Store In lb timtUj a winning ' " "d7 'SaSErilR. NEWTON, A. O. P. A. And tbo poor girl licllevod every vml were two or Mr. CooperMiortbonn eweflake jiiii.inug Teeth Extracted Without Pain I are jounc depot in tho houso owned by John World a Fair heidatthe of Mar'a Trnylor, adjoining his distillery prop word I'liiliihis outrageous yarn. Cleve- Otfonl, toi kmI with W Ibleea. lVrle. lUrron and Siiiibduwnihecp, hdaiidl hint and With Vlullxd Air I'h) I in In attend- land QUEEN & CRESCENT. Dealer. and bred Irjm Hie erty. ON FARMS ! lums Inlltldually anee herd.nf Kentucky I'rliTa reamiiable. Coiue raw action City ai lollowt: Tralni Mr. A. M. Woodson, who loft this OIBi'it lu the Sew Thimnon Hulldtng : and mt or w. lie for what Jon want Oilil TIiii.-- In lllllrlllp. . 12 02 p m No. 2 North......4 11 p ro No. 1 South Kr. F and ' 11 BO S4Sam m Don't forget-- ii load of wood will We guarantee eTerylhlu llt.ll. blanlori, by Mr. No. I "4 " . 134 pin State .'Id located near Independence, aa "6 11 Mam No. 8 " Mo., years ago, has been visiting his give you the pnor for six months, IUId. W V W VI.THN, Wlior. I would like to take options cokihmI farm. 00am . 805pm "10 " " No. .s For leema nnd In Lincoln County -- Non. 1 and 2 do not Hop. 9 and 10 run no fur- many friends near Gilberts Creek. His l'lense see that It Is cut stove length, Wll LAMHlltAF. T. FSA:?:i:::, rr:;r!at:r., ther than Junction Cltr stay In our midst was greatly enjoyed, ns we have no as. ! TJ Krlgir. Uy. Thanks tc Colonel Jones for n gallon but was too short for tho friends ha AT DEPOT. BRODHEAD, KY. who-jianiM The made In bis boyhood days still cling to of maple simp. As won ns we can got atrli-t-l pvrons uny chunting of nppmir ofWlow nil) forbid tame n loaf of broad we will U able to him In truest atTcctlon, an J wcro loatho ll'ti lt4i-- i n ib iaiinUn- - rm Huil nt nnv lime of the jpnr oil tlutr laniU utilize It. IWtrmutvt Alt train tjm il ftitctitu u lo t to tin- full ulcnt of Un nml will to seo him depart. Ho has married rilkg iti Ve have padded our linen duster law uny who violate and renred a family in tho state of his with nu army blanket nnd stuffed Thelllue tra Nurftetle niter eeertlilha foe J II MrAlMer. nil lr Hugh Held orehanl. lawn awl tcsrden Full mmV u( fruit adoption, .where ho Is known nnd rev- the broken window panes with last Join. It r. K. I' Wtwls. I nrnamenial ireea aea. aiotll (nana. arwraau. . hruba aad erefrlhlint aept In eu.k an ealllli. Cirilu Wl:ll. ered as a gentleman and a christian. year's newpaiiors. the cold wave S. T llurrl-II. A. M H. Ilitirlitnnn. ll.h.ink mL We esuptoy im wean. Ierlrsl' caa coniei II F lhiiVrna Xone could be more deserving for trus" layweonaiislcatloulo ' Mnbry. J. W IUuhman. i Leatwgton, Ky. TeedMn I'.l Our relatives In the ltedbono district J S Owlev. ArU to miIh-i-Farai nnd I.lrr M. kfir tin . JH ly ho is one of nature's noblemen. AmrrteaH I". FurrU. Mt J had no nlmanae nnd, mistaking the I' M. Wnr. W nlr Hlvnal OMfinikweuei Bro. J. G. Livingston with Eld. A. allowed f..r col.I wan. for Christmas, havo come. term. Siannle cHtnlra Ire. ,llr- - ken J. Daughcrtco filled his regular ap- 13 strong, to spond farm rubli.'.lni I . IMl.- I the holldavs with pointment at Goshen Sunday. Ho told us. tsNt. Ky LIVERY, FEED AND SALE a pathotla story of tho little children uur pator now circulates In five STABLE, near Ottcnbclm, who, though ragged counties, for Ave families, having made We wih to ntinouuco to the public 'of wcro eager to learn o' enough money to Ionve town, carried Stanford and surrounding country thnl DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY and copies with them.-AHa- nta what tho Bible tcuenes, nnd gathered wu lme put In a lull line of IIors- - and Mule c nalantly cm hand and Yon tnke your Whisit and Lttu - Murris every Lord's day afternoon in a small jor sale at nil time Fred a Uu hiinae In Wn Hnugnvrtr a ah.ip DRY GOODS In Mnnfnrd and get lu eiebnnfv Flour and and uncomfortable bouse in order to be Tiite. And we tire still In the lend nod nlwas will Meal. You ean kImi Iihv Hour. Meal Milp- "Ob, Geoi-go!taught tho way of life raoro perfectly. wallod the maiden as with low prlrea on !rv Uood, Nutlont. tuft". Until. Chicken Feed, e . cheaper al she met lilin In the darkenwl hallway, Clothing Said they were not enlly frost-blt-tvxy plai-- tlinn unv where In town A trial TIIK I liefleve tit) "we can't bo marrltsl tomorrow! It la all I nik erhan(e will be or scared. What a reproof to our n coud thing fur f.irtner- - and I plixlje Hler-will havo to bo postponed!" Goshen Sunday school, which retired rurnlalilne OooiU. We tranaai-tlonand full weleht. Mr ccxsla Celebrated Eye Specialist, "What Is the matter, darling'" said l.rll.. nml (lent'ourllne nt retail for s Capital fctocV.UlOO.OOO.; ell eerjthlngln rome from Huddi-Mr'Ilia Itlirr Holler Into winter quarters In August. George, his knee can buy wliolvsalv trembling under than k.mu luereliants Mlllaandare IUllltlr I'ltFI). Company Buooosaor to The Farraera Bank A Truit him. "Is nuy relative dead? Has your Wo do not take big apiicu In tho papera nnd No t Telephone and under aame management contluu HIS LAST FROMjAMEKICA. nilterttae like other do nnd maUo people to 2V Yeara. Undo Hiram failed lu business?" ously fur they JOM.S II. t'lHTI.KMlS. K1DINQ THE than Hint!" alu urhiu..i think thatSKI, I, CIIJCAP Alirillllll. I.AMlll.lW CLAUCNCE COLEMA.N I ll U at the HlltLMMIIIXlL ClKTI rxN. "There's a coming on the end Hut when they come to their stores they UUINY POM MANILA. I of my nose!" Chlcnco Trllmno. Hud It iIllTtrent. Wo nderlto llitle, but FriI now Cami Meade, Pa., Nov. 10 Come nnd ve u St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, wo liuvo big Inducement. nnd ou will Hnd wo will do lust what I e A Ulalurblnic Sasirrslkin. wrlto probably for tho last time, for day Dec. 1st, t store Hoping auch Luilnew relation will prore, mutual-Ij- r "What Is the matter with his majes-ty?- " claim to do. Itememlier Inthe Itacki Your soma time, from an American point as beneficial and pleasant. Stanford. the only cheap store lltturntwj onf day in each month said the L7uruiea,u otllclal. "Mo for lowe.t prices. THE HACKETSTOHK. our days in Camp Meade are number DIRECTORS- seems very uneasy and nnuoyod. Has Eyes Eiaaised asi Qli::ei C:!eti:ill7 ed. Wo leave here Saturday for Now some one boon telling him tliat a light J.J. Wllllamj. Sr., Aijastei. York, whero wo go on tho transport 8. Owaley, pottojlcet at Stanford cm $1 PER YEAR CASH Yon havo never solicited a report from this vicinity, but I am euro yon tlltl not cstlmato tbo loss to your rtad-cinch nn oversight has been. With this Introduction, I will proceed to toll you thu latent nows. William Goebof, n pot pic find nnmo alo of tlio Governor, tho property of SHE WAS GULLIDLE. In Itr Finally tniitMl mi the Poor, llenr tllrl. POSITION WANTED dealt.1 n iwv.lt l'in n. nrereer On n alock farm liar- - hnd f(l enrV eperleiirn and John C llrown, oin glriMfnod reference rt-li- u Wulmit Uruu1. liy I POSTED I J. MULCHHY. f H,vlil rrpri-i'iitAl- lTe ir Ill Wi thu uiMlfplgniMl farmer of K'lnira-rlllnnrlclnlly forbid any hunting of ffinnr im our fnrmst I). Iltr. W. M I. Wnll. Han llr.tor. M. 1). Smllli. House And Lot & Bonk Stock. Jim Snroni', W ll.Sll.lninm. I(n..,l llonrli Kulic lloffnr, H.in (lnooli. l (I .iiuriiliv. J ..?lnjlil ll "Hi nan. i ' .iiurimv. a i lorn mm. t lll aellat piddle anrlliin on Jlnndar, I', r. II, i'. 1 II W, IhcIi, iv.( iunir VHiii iiif,tne iiaurimi uii iti ,i J J. Mikit. O I. M ilt-vkiKTiipleJ W. O. Alfonl, I' M. Punn. Ilciialor. AerM.uti Mil Main Mnel In hlrtnfonl liy T. I' Slnk ItoiKomnlalnt aeten romua and Win llivlrr. W It l!i' nolilv llco. 1!!kmo, hat a splendid wellmnreiilent Ali2harra of W. I,. Mct'nrty I) M.l'ri'fchton. Jamoa Dte. IJnniln County National llink Stock. W A. HAlMdmr M I' Hall. GRUDCfl, HU00ELL & CO, (, TTJZECEYS. ln "V7JLasrifiE3X) Il.-rin-- J. T. StJTTOlV, Unilortnlcor, .n'rVimeT FOR Stn sale:. JOHN aup-por- ff. A. JOVES, ii:ntist. Htuurord DINK FARMHK PRICK, K. miss;eveiyn - FOR SALE. ....' til . ..... Stitiiford, -i KyV partlru-Un.idilro- W V Soumstross. tardif, BEAZLKY, Hulk-ahlr- h lt OPTIONS WANTKI) repn-en- tnl ..6 POSTED pro-rou- te Fo-lc- FRITH HOTEL. Mfflll'I'I'liM TREES.TREJES It il WAITTED Miho-rlbthM-- RACKET ST0R F B. G. FOX, bare-foote- d l'l Just Like a !"t.-e Mill. t- & NOTIONS Lincoln County National Bank. " cn DR. R. COLDSTGIN. li Boots. Shoos, Hats: Caps, le-- nl s flrat-rlaa- "W-wor- nj Louisville, Kentucky, Solicits Your Bank Account, 1 ROYAL J. FLORIDH BEHZLEY f HOTEL. W. A. BEAZLEY, Pror., INSURANCE COMPANY Ol Liverpool. Soutnern Baiiwau CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. Uirceal AiVotnmiKliilliin-- , 42 Fire Inaiiranre Cotiipiny In the World. Clo.e lo leK)t and Sulphur Well. Hites HvEKOiiuble, Flue Water. Barbeo Sl Castleman, Munngera Southern Z"?!, .., ".-0- .. 7V I AM TKAlTKTTJTa K To nil of my ru.lomera for tin Ir llberul nml pro-tip- t pijmeuts nnd liopo tliey h III Continue .n I Initu llepirtnitnt. fiula- Oeuerul DRIcen, I'oluml.ln llulldlnp; Uillle, IC. ('; First-Clas- s Horse Shoer, THE FIFTH AVE. ever to do Tim uio.t centrally HOTEL and only 1 And am lietter prepireil tlriu H.ltk fur I lit III. Louisville, Ky., S 150-- J. H. CREER, Stnnford. Ky. PIISST-CLiLS- M rall.-Chlc- Mason Hotel MILS. U. D.HIMl'SON, Hull I In the city liiuklnp i. I'ror.. ,,.. Lancaster, : Kentucky. Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid Porters principal Everything table. fitrccl cars pus the door to nil pirta o SO meet all trains, tho City. KverytliuiK neat and clean. nrBt-clats- s, One block from the principal idiGppiiip tlUtrlct and tuo blocUs from the lliitc S2. BATE. The Hh: Mutual Invsstmsni .rcipy Of Loxington, Ky. Plan: IMSURANCE REVERSED. Paj While Yen Llvo. Oli Lice Ccapisie: Taj When Tea Sis. Wo FIRE, INSURANCE. Oniy the beit companiea rvprvnenteil. Inquiries fcoljdteii It. II. MAIlONY.AKthtanfurd." I I'reil-Unl.- J ""'"L1: nisi.. s. Au rovolr. CI.AKKNCK COLKMA.V. JL And Dealer lu "You'll nmlnblo I 'reus. never be rich," added her husband," Detroit Frto IWIfc s-ft'-l - y OertlM,0ii)paldlnllrln Unenti. liver aVAAj lieavrre auoi rurpiua liallSI.S WHMll.N, luteal Ai;eul, HUnfutJ, Ky SMITH HUM N. y , U'lUil)!!, Ky, -- ; mrm QUEErTCCRESCENT Tlie aaaaauksawHr KrV ITniTlTlliTVTriT .wr ol In lilit'llBl'l'J i y)(i.mwut2JSfinuilm CHICAGO. H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, . ROUTE HATKb. LOW CoitipouuclliiK Itletllclucs. nccurucy LOTTISVILliS rralnsMornliiK an Evening from Un Ion Station, 10th and Ilroaclway. I Agricultural Implo-- f raeutund Vehlelo Muuf'rs, Cincinnati. a. iwnuia uu suio only irom uud points North. National Grunge, I'utrons of Hus bandry, Sprlngtleld, O., Nov. 1. American Llvo Stock Association, 15-2- Xailotial Ass'n. IflvaaaaaaB Is done with absolute our Stanfoku, Kv., ............ PUESOUIITION IiKI'AHTMKNT and the iiiallty of ull drugs uicd Is of very high grade. Ih Receiving; hiHSriii u Hiiuiiuer Goods. 2XAXINS3S, 3ADDLEEY, UO. Lexington STANKOKD. KY. Slopcr. "How's the venison today, Itobort?" The physician's tureens in tho treat"Slightly ritualistic, sir; should think l'usscnuers dculrlni; Inforiuatlou nml Goods Warranted, Is dependent on the It would Just suit you, sir." Ally ment ol dllliuilt catts rates to NUscoiiiln, Minnesota, ttcbrasku FitGuarantecd. drugs. Have freshuriM A H sod, UaubnM Ua lair. a laaiuiafi. aruBth. Valla tjff Oraj OolorTi araJa dieMMa Lair 1' -- r Cima ClaaaMa HAIR, BALSAM Ptouiuua Sestora iu Mair tota youlhful a Chicago, 111., Nov.21-2- a. Annual ineotinsr Southern Sureleal Gynecoleglcal Aos'n, New Orleans, La., Dec. 6-- 7, Fcuilalue I'Ulnt. Wife You nro no different. Husband How, niy love? Wife Well, you are so Indifferent Detroit JouruuL of the purity and his orders filled here and the result will bo highly satisfactory. Come to See Us and points In the far West, Including should address Frank C Give Ilim a Call J. Heed, Uen. l'asi. Agt , E. II. liacon, Di. Vass, Vlco-l'res.- Al. iiS 7TLkffiBV7WwaF or,Mda Penny's Drug Store. rV.ll. McUoel. (Ion. Mb Charles II. Itockwcll TralBo M