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NO. 83 .FOK- - If our goods give satisfation, tell others; if not, tell us. m Si .FOir Iloiii-e- . stay WITH YOU When it Comes to Prices, nnd Show You That We SeU Better Goods LESS MONEY Than Any Other Look at Our Windows For HAMBS0FI CMRKST Jtidiro J. I', Ba'ley wan hero on Tues day. On Sunday a Ann boy wan added to tho family of J A. Hoysc. Capt. T. A. Elkln and U. L. Hubble will toon ship several cars of mute to tbo Southern market. Circuit court adjourned on Tuesday after all tho business that could be reached had been disposed of. I challenge any man to show mo a borso over seven yean old, If ho Is for sale, or a suit of clothes that (s not all wool. Kx Gov. Bradley will return to his old homo, after making as good a gov. crnor as any republican could mako. Io fact ho has mado but few mistakes and leaves tho affairs of tho Commonwealth In pood shape. M. P. Rout showed mo a bill of per sonalty sold by H. L. Kout In 181'J, which contains several novel features Notes were given lor any amount, however small Horses sold for t'S to HO and two sows and nlno pit's for $0. Miss Bertha Burnslde and her llttlo brother, Tercy, escaped without Injury although tholr borso ran with the rockaway nearly half a tulle and turned It over. They wcro bravo enough to remain In thu vehicle, which a1) counts for their good luck. Judge J C. Hemphill has rented his store room on tho corner of public square and Lexington Avcnuo to It. X.lmraer, of Richmond, who will run a confectionery and restaurant. Ho Is here and In your city. Wo aro to have three restaurants and four hotels, so that no one will visit us and suffer of hunger. Miss Uhenu Mealier, National organ izer of tho "Y" W C T. U., will well-knose Tho telcphono company Is putting In an oxchango horo. Sparks iV Co., brought 00 lie makers from Lincoln county. Tho stavo and lumber business at this point still continues brisk. Our townsman, D. C. Poyntor, has mado application for a patent on an Improved wagon wheel, James Houk, Sr., has purchased an tntorest In tho Arm of Houk .t Son. Business will bo continued under the GIFT: STRICTLY ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE Neckwear, Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes, &c, OHice Jackets Nobby Suits And Warm Overcoats, And Lots of Useful Presents Men's and Children's Wear. You are cordially invited to come- in when you ConjeTo Court Next Monday. Hemember We Guarantco Our Goods. THE GLOBE, J. L. Frohman & Co., DAHYILLE, - - KY. old Drm name. Gcorgo Drye, of Lincoln, has moved We OH'er a Choice of a Xcw and Exceedingly Handsome his family to this place and Is looking Line after Spark fc Co.'a tie Interest. This company baa lately purchased 1,500 acres of land and will work 1C0 men In tlo making. C. W. Catching wac on Tuesday's train from Washington. Ho says Catching fc Smith were awarded contracts on Dec. 7ib, for 1,000 star routes. Ed Parker 2.15, Uorolng As I'earl COO, C. N. Scovlllo 25, Frank Riley 20. Fred Krueger Is in from Hydcn . where ho has got tbo new court house and two largo brick business houses under roof. Ho saved a considerable llmo bill by llndlng a black llrocslooo As Well as Choice Gifts in Other Lines. of letlgo which makes a first class mortur, though In tho burning tho stono only yields about one third tho llmo us tbut hero docs. Danvlllo and Stanford ain't totin (air in Southern railway business Seem like they are attempting to matco a cutspaw of Louis Landram, who work ed up tho business, io a largo extent, and now when tho chestnuts nro about roasted, they step In and want to bog For the Little Ones, also, at tbo whole thing. Rockcastle wants tbo Lancaster route and wo uro here to tell you wo won't stand idly by and have speak at Herring school-hounext Louis mistreated, So there ! Sunday afternoou at .1 o'clock, and tt it appears mat a majority of our Hubble ouo week from that date town citizens uro opposed to having sainu hour. Everybody the corporation continued. They claim ul tho Is Invited to attend. A collection will that the amount of taxes collected and bo taken ul both meetings to defray expended is out of proiortion to tho of the work. benefits received. Several have relnvllutlotis are out for thu marriage fused to pay tho tax. Tho marshul bus of Miss Sue Fuller Herring to Mr. levied In somo Instances and the cases We with to state for the benefit of any Jerry Respess at thu beautiful home of havo been carried to tbo circuit court. mill nil persons desiring to purchcaj tho bride's father. Dr. II. C Herring, Tbero was never u town corporation goods for the Holidays that we will furon Richmond Avenue on Wednesday carried on to sulteveryone. The trouble nish any thing handled liy Jewelers at morning, Dec. -- 0, at 0 o'clock. Tbo Is tho people stand back and don't glvo reduced prices. Our plan is to receive prospective bride Is u cultured young the othcers a fair show. orders accompanied by Cash for lady and a favorite In society. Tbo Deputy Collector Millard West was propcctlve groom bad chargo of tho corps of engineers, which surveyed tbo hero Thursday. Mrs. Rollle Guthrie. was visiting Mrs. Goodln al Livings route for tho Southern railroad last ton. Rolllo Guthrie, who bus been summer. During their stay hero tho of any make or telegraphing at Sinks for a month, re- Salid niid Plated Ware attachment wjs formed which, It is Toilet Articles, Cut (.Slus Ware, to New Hopo yesterday. Sam'l pattern, hoped, will result In a long life of un- turned bitch prices as nill make it an oIh Is back from a visit to his son iVc, at interrupted happiness. They leave at McCluro Catalogues can be Hobson at Paris. Tho marriage of iect to patronize us. onco for his homo in North Carolina. learned by applying to Miss Pearl Maret, of San Antoola, Tex seen and prices It Is understood that ho will uso his as, Is announced to take pluce In that Influence to give us tho road, as bo will city Dec. 20th. Sbo is a niece of Jumes feel an Interest In our city. Maret, of this place. John Grlder, At the Stor.e of I5AL.TON. Few cities uro in better condition Joseph Cummins and Mrs. Brandy This is Special and will Save You Money. than Lancaster. Tho only Indebted- Hayes aro hero from Comet, Mo., to sco ness is $500 oo tho workhouse. Tho relatives and friends. This Is Mr. Cu NEWS OF THE VICINAGE, i wlll theb return to tho hills of Rock- taxable proierty Is $S2S,000, which, at mlns' first trip back sinco ho left here castle. 50 cents on each 100, will raise $4,140. Mrs. Fox, tho u'ed mother of our Mrs. Marthu Schooler, All the current expense, Including lljearsago. Mrs. U. J. Bethurum has returned good friend, Joe A. Fox, of Somerset), of Pulnt Lick, who has been visiting $'100 for repairing tho roads und streets, In H.irbourvlllo for soma weeks, stop Louisville. W. J. RHcr Is visiting at died a few days since. !00 for lights, Jl'.lHK) for water und all According to surveyors the contcr of ped oil hero Tuesday to see her daugb M. J. Miller's. Mrs. Lovell has been the salaries, amount to only $1,870 Kentucky Is In Garrard county, four ter, Mrs. L. II. Adams. Joa Poynter In Louisville. This will leave two hundred and sixty wus up Mrs. Elizabeth Lawrence, who ihas miles West of Lancaster. from Livingston Sunday. W dollars In thu treasury each year, to T. 11 rooks has udmlnlstered upon the been living In Mt. Vernon for tho past Tho Bank of Porrj vlllo declared u 3 which four hundred dollars should bo estate of his brother J. L deceased two years, has moved back to her farm, per cent dividend und carried two added for (Kill und dog tax, making six hundred dollars to tho surplus. IT. G. Raker, Hugh Miller, Dr. S. C near Level Green. hundred und sixty dollars, In excess of Adair county moonshiners ran a disA committee from each church met Davis. M.C. Miller and twenty others expenses, und new crossings have been from this place attended tho Inaugura at Mrs. W. J. Sparks' last Tuesday tillery under cover of a smallpox yelcompleted. Tho rato Is now J5 cents, Mrs. Elizabeth Lawrence has evening to dlscues having somo enter- low fiag, but revenuo officers finally and tho taxpayers will certainly not tlon. moved to her farm und Aps Cummins tainment for tho children Christmas. raided lt. object to 5 cents additional, to procure has moved to Town Murshal Edgar Park, of Irvine, town. August and Will They decided to havo a union Christwater, to say nothing of tbo reduction Krueger aro mannglng was ussasslnuted on tho trcet ut 10 ollulrs In tho mas tree ut the courl-hous- e. In thu rule of Uro Insurance. Miss Thompson, of Pittsburg, Is vis- o'clock Tuesday night. Tbero Is no building lino at Hydon during tho ab iting her cousin, Miss Georgia MoFer-ru- clow to the murderer. Tho body was sonce of their father. MarMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. D. F. Urown, of London, paid taken to Richmond for burial. Park et was ovor at Lancaster Thursday last Fred Camden and Miss Mtnnlo Hub- und speaks highly of his reception by Mt. Vnrnon a visit lust Sunday. Mrs. wus unmarried und was a fearless o Uble, who is u si.ter of Mm. Garland Liuls Lundram und Col. Hughes. Lt. C. C Williams gave a dining to a few lcer Singleton, were murrlcd at Mr. Single- S. D. Lowls gets a nlco John W. Hood, formerly chief clerk berth In tbo friends yesterday; Mrs. D. N. Williams ton's last night by that gentleman. entertains In tho same manner today. to Superintendent V. J. Murphy, of census department ut Washington Indiana Miss Ida Thompson, of East Ocrostadt, James Adams, whoereccntly purchased tho Cincinnati Southern, has been proWeeded M. Sturks, of Springs, Ind,, and Mirs Rose I)uvull,of Is vUltlug Miss Georglu McForron. R. Mr. Houk's stock of merchandise, Is moted to roadmaster of the Lexington Adair, will bo married ut thu homo of A. Welsb, raanugorof Clermont quurry, repairing tho rooms abovo Houk's division. James P. Tbacker has been W. A. Reynolds, ul Junction City, Is homo on a visit. W.T. und G. W. store, In which bo and bis daughter, promoted to chief clerk to SuperintenWednesday. Iirooks wero horo Saturday. Dr. J. Vluulo, will soon begin housekeeping. dent Walto. Tho Auburn Advocate, having printed M. Williams Is In Louisville on a visit Tbo contest at Mlddlcsboro, which MUs Carrie Uutner, of Wlldle, and a marriage milieu In wbtch ti wished from San Francisco, where bo had been Mr, W. F. McClary, of this place, wero wus instituted by the defeated republitho couplo u "long, bcuseful and hub located lu U. S. hospltul work Blnco his quietly married al iho bride's homo on can councllmen, has been withdrawn, by life," explains that tho d, p and b roturn from Manila. Cloyer W. H. last Tuesduy. On tbo samo day they they deciding that tbero was no hope boxes wero mixed und tbo pleco was Pettus Is acting ugeot horo during tho left for a fow days visit to Cincinnati, of winning, us tho democratic members overlooked by tho proof reader. sickness of J. A. Landrum, who Is Im from which placo tboy will roturn to havo taken tholr seats and aro now In Tho marriage of Mr. William Robert proving. E. S. Albright's school closes tho groom's father's, wbero they will charge of affairs. William Treadway's barn at Manson Lutchei, a prominent young attor- at Drodhead Friday, when be will mako their homo. Miss Uutner Is a Wll-dl- e, chester was ney of Richmond and nephew of Col. set on flro by unknown full control of the Signal. W. C daughter of Mr. Flem Uutner, of turf-tuuW. R. Letcher, tbo und is u beautiful and accorapllshep persons, and lt und tbo entire content Alexander, of Crab Orchard, who has destroyed. Tho barn was a large und Miss Annlo Elizabeth Pear-so- n, been engaged somo months ut Lair, Is young lady. Mr, MeClary Is tho son of were of Montgomery, Ala., bus been an111 of pneumonia, Mr. .1 K. McClary, of this place, and a one, worth about 31,500, and was filled at homo dangerously nounced to occur Doo, 21, Jason Wesley, of Middloburg, I visit nrnml.lnir and popular young man. with hay and corn. Ono valuable borso bogs perished in the A young woman is on trial at Mar Ing his brother, Theo. Wesley, tbo 1'belr many friends at this placo wish and eight fat (tames. This is thu second time thai shall, Mich., for killing her rich hus druggist. Chas. H, Rico, of Maywood, them a long and happy llfo. Treadwuy has lost property ul tho band by feeding him glass. It was passed down to Livingston Tuesday Tbo supreme court ol North Caro- bands of his enemies. proved that sbo told u friend he hud Mrs. isn nas returned iront a ti. it. Danville. Mrs. Eva Hughes Mills, eaten so much glass that bo's bad a two months' visit to her son, Johu, at lina decides that It Is Illegal for any slight stroke of paralysis and Is liable Edgefield Junction, Toun., telegraph rallroud to glvo a pass In that StaU wife of T. 11. Mills, died In Cincinnati Imposed a lino of M.000 agalnH yesterday, after a short Illness. The to llvo 10 years. operator ul that point. Morcbant U. and has remains wore brought to Danville last tho Soulhorn road for Issuing one. The battleship Texas, under com- G. Itaker has purchased a fifty dollar Fuyetto Telephone Company, of Lex night, and Interred today In Uellovue mand of Capt. Slgsbeo. loft Norfolk, phonograph and would bo happy If ho o which proposes to placo In op- cemetery. News bus been received Va , Wednesday for Havana to bring had a "record of Gov. Bradley's faro- - Ingtoo, marriage of Mr. Richard Uruce, eration lines in competition to tbo homo tbo bodies of tboso who perished well address dellvored al tbo inuugura Compayoungest son of T. P, Uruce, and Miss lion " R. A. Whitehead of this county, Eastern Tennessee Tolephono In iho explosion of tho Mulno. Geneva Scott, of Platto county, Mo. who has boon for somo year past In ny, baa begun business. Mr, Nowton Huinbrlck, of Scott tho Queen's mental Mr. Hruci) is widely connected with It stated that county, gathered from his garden a tbo railroad business at Julloca. Peru, Boyle county people and many congratrasp- S. A., will leave that place shortly for auxlely over tho war In South Africa handful of Europe, visiting tbo old world and tak irlves tho greatest alarm to the rojal ulations bavo been forwarded from berries. Ho baa a number of buihes, here Advocate. log In the Paris World's Fa I u" and J household. nearly all of which are in bloom. Christmas Gifts! of Medallions, Ebony Goods, mounted With Sterling Silver. Plenty Books and Toys PENNY'S DIJUG I ST0I?E. F1ESEIT; Diamonds, Waicnes find Fine ClocKs, THOM.iS ROBERT FENZEL, n. well-kno- n, i 1-- of-th- 1 rle, ed : thought of others. An Ideal Christmas requires thought long beforehand uuless the purse Is unlimited. Costly gifts are not necessary for a Joyous day. but lovlug kindness must illuminate each little remembrance, or the candles 011 the tree will be but dim tapers. The glad day comes. The usual church or Sabbath school celebration has been enjoyed the evening before by all the children, but It Is In the home festivities we nre interested. Tor aa .Ideal day wo shall have the wee ones trooping down In the early morning, waking every one with their "Merry Christmas!" to see what Santa has put In their stockings. A mouth harp, a jackknlfe or n doll, sonic Joke and a bit of candy they find and scamper back to bed happy as need be. After breakfast the good cheer of the morning Is In the arrival of the married children or other relatives and friends with the greetings and joy of reunion. Now the gifts are Interchanged. Perhaps a real Christmas tree, with Its queer fruit from all lands and Its gaudy trappings, gladdens the heart of all, but the chief glory of the day Is the family dinner When the grsy halrrd father tee round hit board The old, broken llnki of affection restored; When the care wearied man seeks his mother once more Ami the worn matron smiles where the girl smiled before. What moistens the lip and what brightens the eje, What calls back the past, lite the rich pumpkin j rrnrnllnn of rivrrarrrrnn nmt Flow-- J em In of I'narnrs Orfatln, AN IDEAL CHRISTMAS HOW TO MAKE decorations may have ON THE FARM. IThcClirlMiias saturnalia or In tho of hanging tho Cosily Otttm .Tint Nrpenenry rrnJoy-cin- i I Interior of dwellings with evergreen tr ns refuge for sylvan spirits from the liny Itnrntlre lttclr- In I Inclemency of the winter, but the the Stout Tender of 1 Chiistnian tree Is of Oermnn origin. dny Thr Clsllilrrn'a liny. ' Is their symbol. IUUSTMAS , I' It Is not chief ornament nnd of gifts, It ueil for the hanging nil others most but It Is ued entirely ns a bright orna Monti- - ment, being made to glisten with closely lights and tinsel. fletl with It Is kept throughout the 12 days of The Christmas and at Intervals Is lighted Pott rtli nmt on Is lighted for stir our patriot-Ism- , all night.New Year's eve Unster The custom of decorating dwellings bring) the clad-nps- i wns of opening nnd churches with evergreenn rem-tutknown by the Christians to be print: nml out-(of paganism and was forbidden o o r freedom. It by the council, n i but ClirlMiuns-title- , hold to be given but had too strong As a cure ror Itlieumntisni Chsmlcr up. comlnp, ns It docs. In the winter Kven lu Ito'ton Justice Samuel Sew-a- Iain's Pain Halm is gnlning a wide repu senson, Invites to Indoor cheer sml cried out against If, but It crept to tation. I). II. Johnson, of Richmond, cozy hospitalities, llcsiiles. It l pre- Its place by degrees. Holly and Ivy Ind., has been troubled with that Ailment eminently the children's celebration were favorites lu Great llrltaln, being and their glnd vocation from the rou- !egr.nlod ns sacred emblems of the 'since 1802. In speaking of it ho says: "I never found nnything that would re tine of school. They say, with our season. Ilooslcr poet: Holly tied In churches was kept by lieve me until I used Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It acts like magic with me. My I'll to almost cry fer Christmas, llk 1 youngster families to Insure n. lucky year. Kill. Tho mistletoe was held In so much j foot was swollen and paining me very Fourth o July's nothln to It. Sew Test's iln't until. veneration by the pagans that It was much, but ono good application of Pain Faster Sunday inj clrrui day Jce" (11 dead In the cut with n golden sickle by the prince Halm relieved me. For snle by ( raig & shell. of the Druids, with whom It first ap- Hocker It Is nNo the tenderest, holiest holi- pears. day because of the religious observance The Introduction of flowers to the Tho i'acltlc Kx press Company's of of the birth of Illm who brought us tokens of festivity seems to have ex flee at, Chejenne, Wyo . was robbed of new teaching of peace and good IsteO universally nud at all times of the uiu vunuuei u8MUJu.ieu ut, truul , nm phi in will to nil men. history. It wns 11 pagan manifestaIf the farm Is the Ideal home, then tion of rejoicing, and. although forbidMILLIONS tilVLN AWAY. we should endeavor to observe this den by the early church and deII Is certainly gratifying to the public to know home festival In the Ideal manner. Our nounced by tho Puritans of New Lug-lanof one concern In the Isnd who are not afraid to l great farmhouses must not be cheerless It became a general custom. generoo. to the needy and sutrerlng. The propries Consumption. barracks. They must become the obliged to give credit to early tors of iJr. Klne'sNew IHtcovery fur over While gleen ten milof old fashioned merriment, visit- nnd heathen notions for much of the Cough, and Cold,ofhate great away lion tilal bottle, this medicine, and hate ing, feasting and hospitality. They ChrNtiuas which we so fondly cherish, the satisfaction of knowing It bu atoolutcljr cured, Asthma, ltronchltl, must cling closely to the ancient tradi- we can but remember our own Hen thousands and all raftrs. ofthe Throat, Hoarseness tions of the day and follow the same Jainln an cured be It Cull on lVnny for the one motto ns and lungs and surelyfree get ItruggM, trial t.tttle. spirit of geniality, of present giving, being American. "A good conscience .Vic ami II. Krcrya bottle guaranteed l!egular suo or price minstrelsy, harmless revelry, and, Is a continual Christmas." Itostou above all, of kindly benevolence and Globe. 11 1 1 1 -- GLADSOME FESTIVAL. CHRISTMAS GREENS. j)iHwB5jsl' plo-rloii- 3; u 1 Tho Southern Hallway has arranged for the round rate o! faro antl trip for tho Christmas und Now Year holidays. Tickets will bo sold l nil agents Deo. 22d, 23cl, 21th, i'nii. Until, .'list, and Jan, 1st, with return limit Jan. 4th, HHX). For Schools and t 'alleges, holiday rates will bo elTeetlvti Dec. 15th to'Jlst, Inclusive final limit Jan. Ith, UHXt. Tho special arrangement for students Is effective upon certificates from tho Principals of School t and Colleges. For further Information, I I A duel was fought nt Greenville, ra.es, etc., apply to nearest agent of Mils., which resulted In tho instant tho Southorn railway or connecting death of J. C. Conncrly, a lawyer of lines. W.A.Turk, Gen'l l'nss. Agt., Lakcvillogo, Ark., and the fatal wound Washington, D. C. Win. II. Tayluo iogof Alfred 13. Duncan, general mnn Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agt., Louisville, Ky m m agcr of tho Had Leaf plantation nnd Ohio, Statr or Lit t'lTV or Toiroo, t store, who lived near Sunnv Side. Ark. kOiimt, Tho tragedy was tho result, of a busl KatsKj CiisMCTiiiakennallitli.it he l these-nlo- r ncss misunderstanding. partner of the firm of K J. CnrsivA On. one-thir- An editor prints his paper to glvo his patrons tho news of tho tiny and for ilio money there It In It. He Is presumed to kno.v of whnt lie writes, and he generally don. When ho writes ns he docs in tho Leader Courier, Osceola Mills, Pa , without fee or hope of rownrd, that "Uhntn acts magically, bcrlaln's Cough Itemed and wc have, found none, better In our household. If you have n cough try It," If may be accepted ns an honest cxprcs tlon, worthy of credence For sale br Craig A Hocker. "" O 4 "' Eata.'bnaia.ed.. 1793. Cincinnati Weekly ? (Weekly Kdltion of Tho Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.) : : The Old Reliable ; The Family Newspaper. Special lcprtmentsdovoteil tu Agriculture, Poultry, Markets, Liter Mure, with oilier Special Features, ! Improved, Enlarged, In New Form. : NOW I J JSJ-Sc- P-- -"3 ll bulne ti the City ofTnled.., County and Slate aforesaid, and that said firm will par the suniof (INKIirMitll.n IKil.l.AI'.S for each and etery cawiof CTsRn that cannot I eured by the u of Hall's C.TaKRii Ct'RK. doing enc-e- 20 Pages ISO P PER NOW 20 $ j Pages TEHNS. ' Sworn toletore intend sulrrlll In tuy rr. , ,, s- this ICth day of Isnvsntvr. A. I. A W lil.KAMIN, Notary luWksrjit, J rilANKJ. CHUNKY. - !.. Thn Weekly llshc.1 lu the West. naette has the largest circulation of any weekly pub Head tiy over IIOO.OtK) people. WAKTSD AGENTS. for Sample Copies SEND FOIl SPECIAL lUll's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and acts directly on the bbl end tmiomt surfaces of the, sT.tem. K.J C1II:m;Y A 111., Toledo, Sold br !roclt. "V Haifa family tills are the best, tend f.ie twtlninlala. fn. Addir, Cnna., Cincatl O Till: (OMMKIK'IAI. TKIIU'SB My eon has been troubled for years Sometime, ago I with chronic diarrhoea persuaded him to take some of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera anil Diarrhoea Hem-cdAfter using two bottles of the 25 cent sire he wns cured. 1 give this monial, hoping some ono similarly atlhct cd inav read It and ho lenc!lted. Til as C. !owkh, (Hellene, O For sale by Ciaig A Hocker, IrtiggUts. t,t WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY iHoa.D.J.BrewcrJuitIceofU.S. Supreme Court, ouo coil-tor- WdllKINti MI.IIT ANIi HAY The bu.lesl and mightiest HUM thing that e.er King's New Life fills l.iery pi ' was rosde Is Is a sugar coaled globule of health, that changes weakness into strength. HstlcssticM Into euervr ' braln-fs- g Into mental power They re wortderi In Itull.line un the hesllh llnlv.irents trlt!T i redd I y I ctnv. Druggl.u v Ir ttL II txctli In tliocnx'wltli whlclitliocTeflndsthc wont sought: In ilcflnltloii. In rffrrt. Ivo methols of Inillrutlno' pronunciation t In tcrso nn comprehensive. sUtoincnte tit fact nnd In rructlral tiso as a worklnif illcllnnnry. irtnvn nvr, tte Km on djijitsMimn. te. C MfTrhtm Ok, rublishrst"SprlatnU. tss..U, S. A. j YULETIDE GAMES. biinfulrnjioti n ntterHlon Popular In IIiiKlanil, I piet Preceded by the typical feast of the day, from yearling gobbler to plum pudding, none can resist the Influence. With hearts mellowed atid appetites appeased the whole company Is ready for the laughter and fun to follow. The "help" are all asked to Join, one's neighbors drop In, and there Is boon n round of games ami guyetles entered Into by old and youu "Iillud man's buff." "hot cockles," "bob apple." "hunt the slipper," follow each other, and the evening closes with the old fashioned Virginia reel and Tucker, or there may be charades and tableaux, with some recitations by the children, or the young people nnil children may black upaud give thclreldersn minstrel show, slug "Suwanee Itlver," "Down the Ohio," "Honey, You's My Lady e Love." recite Itlley's "Mighty Witltln When the Folks Is (Joue" or "Little John's Christinas," one of Uncle Itenius' stories of his "Haiti Koad to Tnibble." A single person may give an evening's delight for the whole patty lu rending aloud "lllrd's Christmas Carol" by Miss Wlgglu. After all Is over the young people, disguised ns wandering troubadours, may serenade their neighbors with Christmas carols. Who would ruu n way fiom life on the farm becau&e of Its dieartuess If the homos were thus made attractive? Hifedor'g (lazette. Loue-fconi- Little known in this country, snap-- ' dnisou Is a dlteision lu which In l.uj- -' land yotms and old participate throughout the Christmas season. Apparently It Is a duugerous pastime. Ueally It U harmless, and no one ever suiters nn , accident through playing It. Ilables of a or 4 years engage lu It with great glee. In which there Is an admixture of fear, but nerve generally conquers, nnd mice In Urn game they cannot be ' kept out of It. The requisites of snapdragon nre oue or two large platters such a roasts are served on, some large, fat raisins, u little brandy or gin, a match anil n darkened room. The platters are arranged thus: If there Is but one and the party Is of moderate number. It Is laid in the center of a dining table. If tho number of participants Is large, then two platters are laid, one nt each end of the table, or there may be two small tables, with a platter on each. Next the raisins are laid over each platter, singly nud nt short distances apart. A siujII quantity of brandy or gin Is then toured over each platter and Ignited. Put out all the lights In the room, leaving none but that from the dancing blue llames In the platters. Everybody looks weird nud feels uncanny, nnd the fun begins. Each participant "snaps" at a raisin on the dUh, and, hit or miss, the blue llamc clings to the lingers In writhing, forked tongues, thus providing the "dragon." Tho raisins nre nil dually secured, the flames die out, the lights arc turned on, and tho company is ready for another diversion, unless, as Is often the cane, there Is a call for a repetition of the fun Just ended, Sau Francisco Post Magazine. Used in Millions of Homes! Accept no substitute ! Insist on LION COFFEE, in 1 lb. pkgs. These articles mailed FREE in exchange for lion heads cut from front of lb. LION COFFEE pkgs. Best Coffee for the Money ! Try LION COFFGO and you will never use any oilier, u is absolutely pure Coffee and nothing but Coffee. Fancy Qold Ring. Hon Genuine) HubySeltlna lion rr anj heads 23 Tons Cold Ulna. i beads and a a --cent tamp. LlN a stamp. Silk Umbrella (either Lady's or Gents). Sent by express Midi, for 170 lion heads and (cnarrc pro 2ccnt stamp. s& STREHGTH, PURITYflHD Knickerbocker" Watch. Three Given lor 17S Hon heads and a stamp. Neat appearing and aa excellent lime keeper. Solid nickel silver case, with ornamental back. Nickel movements, escapement lully Jeweled. The lamous Tbese rlcn are (tenulne rol!e1-rnplat. hiTtnr; the exact quaiiius CI ariarancc anj last two jearasou! ROM, anil cusrsDltcl uy ttie makers to tilth ordinary usage. Htvt laments ana rery rotuur. jjinnnT FHVOr loaicaics. To Dttinalas the SUt. ; A very fine umbrella, made of union frame with leven rita ; steel rod and sllrer Conco handle. Would cost f 100 at the (tore. Dress-Pi- n so that the ends will rut a strip ol thick f tartly nuet when drawn rvAtyamund second Joint ol tho flniter Lay one end on this diagram al the a and order tho uumUr she other cod rrr Set. cent stamp. 13 lien heads and a 2 I Pair of Lace Handkerchiefs. Two extra fine cambric handkerchiefs, with beautiful Ira Sorted lace mo Insertions In the corners. Halt-Inchem, machine stylish and durable. Apalrol these handkar chiefs given for IS Hon beads cut Irom Lion Collee wrappers and a 2c. stamp. nailed tree far Art Picture, Greeting" Irom Lion Col. Ice wrappers and a 2 cent stamp. A Easter filDilDtheiet(lanrer i Hon heads Olven lor cut H IlenrliiK Home the Ynle Lob. In tha Illack mountains at the present day the custom of benrlng home the Yule log Is still carefully observed In nil Its ancient detail. The housefather fells thu choen trees. Then he utters a prayer and carefully lifts up his log nnd bears It home ou his shoulder. His sons follow his example, each bearing a log for hlnibclf. The father then leuus his log up against thu house, being very careful that the fieshly cut end Is uppermost. The lesser logs of tho other members surround It, nud this Is tho Glavui Iludu-JaAs the housefather places each log he Miys, "Vesch badnjl dan!" or "A merry log day!" The lire thus Kindled wns not allow ed to go out until thu following year or great evil would befall tho household. The ingots of thu old lire lighted the new logs and then were carefully extinguished and stored nway among tho household treasures. In the high lauds of Scotland to this day It Is considered a great inlsfortuuu If the lire Is nllowed to go out. nnd ofteu one hears It said. "Vne lino luck, ye've lect oot thu tier." Itostou Herald. Itniikt 111 r Ley With Ciiotmita. Draw, sluge. pare, truss and reinovo thu breaktbouu thu sumo us for roasting. Chop up sepaiatuly 10 ounces of kernel of ten I nud III ounces of pig's leaf lard und tbuu mix together. Season wltli salt mid spice, adding n little shallot nml the liver, both well chopped. To this add also thu peelings of a dozen medium sized trutUes. Put this into ti mortar with a gill of stock, pound well and place lu a sau tulr to cook tor lf minutes. Let It cook mid stir In 4U vcoked chestnuts nud tho dozen peeled trutUes. StutT the turkey with tills pi'cpuiiitlou und roast, dress und pour over a little good gravy. 1.x chauge. posed ol fine rolled-golwith handsome ruby-colore- tlors. walit-plrjneck-pins Suitable (or curl-pin- set- child's Sash-Be- lt or at a set. "Knickerbocker" watch. hemstitched; and Buckle. Ladies' Watch Chain. A double strand ol best silk cord, united at Intervals with colored beads : neat and For IS Hon heads and a substantial. stamp. Hi Mention your walst-meisur- e I Children's Picture Book. sending-- . w Mailed tree for 15 lion heaJa cut Irom Lion Codec strappers and a 2 --cent stamp. Latest style ol Imported black Buisif-rus-grai- n stylish Imitation ribbon oildlted silver buckle; ueat, strong and fashionable. Gent's Watch. Halted tree lor 90 Hon heads end a stamp. Iho celebrated " Inner-toll- " d watch; and stem sot durable nickel-plate- d case; each watch uccomian ted by guarantee of the maker. Arc-liab- GW W-- . 1 .iBT.aaM tentat, lit (liven for 10 Hon heads and a stamp. Mstceu large ages of Mother Onose Melodies Illustrated and with nicely lithographed cover We have dlllcrcnt looks, so jiu ran get au at- contrast to the little girl and her white Faster lilies. Hue, 1U.3 Indus. and s ecnta we Tor to lion heads approprlato artistic picture, that will grace the finest drawing-room The background ol royal dark-blufurnishes a u btihly nun '!' will aend It turned ready for banglag. Flower Picture. Silver 1 Napkin-Rin- g. "'77l''V'' lleluliiin Clirlalmiai) I.eurml, Tho chlldrun of llelgluiu have a charmlni; Clulstmus legend about Santa Clnua' pony. They always place their woolen sabotH on the window A Tor 5 Hon heads and a stamp. Neat and substantial. Made ol durable metal, heavily silver-plateTwo dlUvreot patterns. Coin-Purs- e. Century Ladles' Pocket-Book. Cook-Coo- k. CiV- - Large she and latest shape. Illack scal.gralti leather, with live teiaraUj dlvlslous.tncludlug n tuck-pockwith ledKc, HtiltTed full of oatH, hay und tip-to- o fodder for tho "dear Clulntmati puny." In the early uiornlni thuy run on to look, nud, behold, thu hay Is all cone, and the shoes aio brimming over with toyB and Hwcatmeatxl Then the children clip their hand's with glee und wish they could only hnvu waked lu time, to seu tho pony munching -i- Por IS lion heads and I 2cent stamD. Onlor. Made ol dark brown fine kid leather: cham ois lining, nickeled irutne. witu strong tuau-fa- s tculng. llaptohoMvl.ltliic cards secure. aivcnlor2S Hon heads from Lion wrappers Cotlec stamp. and a 2c. ifJi pages of ralu-ablcooking receipts, also treatlio on the labor of the kitchen, dining. room. laundry tit and n mollis lor the more common diseases (liven for IS Hon ' 3 ijcoonjjooati for 1 lion heads and a 2c. stamp. American lleuuty Moses and Lllleif-thr-Vallr- y Hie. 11x21 lutliii. lirlght and artistic coloring. The Dancing Lesson." headland a stamp. v7 Ladles' Table Cover. Durable, dark colored material that will stand washing Si Inches sous re. including fancy fringed border. Mailed tree lor 23 Hon beads and 2c. stamp. Pen-Knif- e. his oats. That would havo been such fun! Tor IS Hon heads Lion Col lee strappers stamp. Large situ, terial handles nicely aud assorted colors good cut Irom and a 2c. ma- Boys' Pocket-Knlf- e. decorated The "Easy Opener" strong, sharp blade ; d S The green graft and trees, the little bionn kitten and the girls snow ublto dress lorin a pleuslng combination of colors. Hie. 11 xit Inches. Hailed free lor S Hon heads and a stamp. :ila P. Mobby lu St. Nicholas. Clirlalimia Icnii. 0slrrs. handle. Tor 12 Hon beads and 2c. stamp. Chicken Gumbo. Paltles o( Mushroonia. llroilrd W'sJ. Cucuiubrrs. Kiddle of Mutton, Lngllih Style. THU ABOVQ ARIi ONLY A FCW OP THB LION COPPED PREMIUMS. Another list will shortly appear In this paper I Don't suits It I Iho grandest list ol premiums ever ottered I IMPORTANT NOTICE. 'Whca writing for premiums send your letter In the same envelope or package with the Hon heads. II more than IS Hon heads are sent, you can swi.w vj uimniiiii uwwii um viaiKin, ask yuur grocer lor large Illustrated premium list. Address all letters to the i I'olsto Croqusttta. Turkey with Chestnuts and Truffles. Potatoes. Gtufled tinea lloast Huddy Duck. Kecarole &tlad. Hi Is Cbttse. Plum Puildlng, Hard Sauce. let Cream. Fruit. CaVrs. Nuti and Haliln. feprs. bet CorriiH by the wrapper. It Is a sealed pack age, with the Hun's head In front. It It absolutely pure II the package LION COPPCO Is roasted the day it leaves the factory. Is unbroken. You always know LION m. C'olTec. Kaaholcr, Christinas carol, with Ita elevating and Inspiring effects, corresponds In inuuy ways to the roug of pralso by tho heathens fot Suturu at the festival of ancient time. Tin- - WOOISOH SHOC CO., Tottda, Ohio. - ?r;Maisg i.srsv-;- - CHRISTMAS LONG AGO. The flnnqntt In Old RaaTlanrl Win nn Tlic Christina banquet of mediaeval times was n very lirllllnnt offulr, followed by spectacular performances, particularly nt court, where processions, dancing nnil ttia acting of allegoric were favorllo amusements, the representations, ttit' tmllot frequently acted miiiio simple story. A favorite allegory represented Prometheus stealing ttie spark from lienveti and iimk nc lit escape, Vnlcnii ntitl Venus forging tin bolt of Jure, tho fnll f Phneton, tlio loo of .Semole fntnl catastrophe, nnil ml It niul Iteauty oottlriR the universe oii lire with tlielr united power. Prom the tlmu of Henry VIM until nonrly the clone of the seventeenth century Imnr' head wu n favorite dish on Christum day. Thin wa nn eveut of great Miiip nnil ceremony. After tlio guests had nsombhd urouml the fes-tiiMinnl the procession of rclaluer appeared. Then trough! th luitf tirinn uolit llu rrxtH rr.lnj- rnan lle-sidI 11 - Rvrnt at Oml Orrmonr. ruture of the nicycte. The bicycle nn n fad hns become a thing of the pant. Utility ha taken the place of riithtiftlnsm. nud the wheel ADVICE TO NOVELISTS llntr SOME FOR WRITERS POINTERS THRILLING FICTION. OF Tt.'ti WMI Die Onttd rtlra Iwar' hri InmrirJ oo Lljk, with Ljl tixl Hjta.tr f. rounj'th m.rry bowl G.tnl.l.rJ olth rlbbou. Ullh ilia trovt. wII Oxford, the. bringing In of tho lKar' heml was with processional honors. The heml wn cnrrlcd In Ity tho hour' stiongcst of tho guardsmen, singing n iner ry state. The turkey nn a Christina dish wa la It future. Introduced Into Kuglntid In tho sixteenth century and I therefore of less ludicrous epiThere were autliulty than tho huge sirloin of lieef sodes In connection with the Herman or the mince pie. Mince pie were llmt kalser'a recent visit to Cngland and ihnpctl like a manger, a were tho one or two that were calculated to eleYule rnkos given out hy the linker! to high their customers. Mince pie wan alio vate uuph.isaiitly IiIimhI. the tcui)cra but the llttlo lolu ago accepted an typical nf tho lure of ilcuiiM-riitlriches anil splee drought by the threo Mvtic which marked the parting of wise turn to the Child In the manger. the queen and her grnmUon nt Wind-ao- r The plum orrldgc later tic eloped to Iiimo Iah'U entirely sincere Into the plum pudding, which dates ami human nud free from any thought from l(V7.'. At the old Christmas of political conwiitieneca or effect upon and cranes fornuil "the gallery." The farewell began, of ftrtsts some of the dishes, Itofnrc Ixing roastcourse, aa n ceremony, coiiducteil ed the iieacick was carefully nkluni-d- , to fixed rules. The iiievn and after le:i vlnur the oreu the Mnl her rojal visitor to the head with Its old plumage. wat Hoc tun I tenth!. of the stairs at what Is known as tho soelelgu'a clltntucc. There alio Listed A I tirlulinna Tret-- IVnlarr. til in. and he, kneeling down, reverently Dancing C'lirUtm.ia fairies always endelight 111 the l.lssitl her hand. That ended the hance the chlldreu'M of the function, and the emI'lirlMnmn trev ami. once made, can lie uniI jcar after yvar. Iluy up it dozcu peror started down the steps. Then or inure of .', nud 10 cent dull, nud to the thought that they might ueer to have occurred to mid to the variety have among the meet again nnmU'r aome Japanese and colored them both at the same Instant. Tho these to represent fulrlcs granil-o- ii dolla. Dn-sturned, haw the graudmoth-i- r In bright hues of s'uuglcil gauze, tarholding out her arms to hlui nud, latan or tissue paper nnd llbernlly hastening hack, g:ne her a na I emaprlukle their hair anil garments ,ltli no connection with tho d'nmond dust owiler. l!acb dull should brace that had All of cumins of Imperial elliiiette. lx provided with n dainty pair of fairy wings made from apauglcil tissue pa- which demonstrates that, after all, per and fasiencil to the body by means Lings and queens are mortal, and It Is Mssllile that to the occasional exhibiof concealed wires. TltVse wires allould be colleil to obtain motion In the m lng, tions of l emotions common to and nothing better can be used than that royalty owes Its partial tho flno aplral colls that come out of ami obviously luqicrmnueut survival lu wornout wire atltcheif hrotuna. The a world that haa no practical use for It. least motion will set thla spiral to quivering, causing tho wlugs to movo ThiiMlore Mll'er Is n young Mis-mas If In lllght. In llku manner use the the Ian who has Just married hoverspiral wlro to attnch tho ilolla In ouug woman who had beaten him In ing iosltlous over nud nroutid tho tree. Tho effect Is magical, livery footstep a public debate. The subject of tho causes Jar enough to start tho ilolls debate wns "la Marriage u Failure?" dancln;: nnd circling above nnil around Miller took the negative nud Is Ktld to the tree, ns If thu luvlslblo fairies of hae made a very stroug argumeut lu the air had como down to Join tho fator of the wiiliKil state. The Christmas glee. Woiuiiii'h Homo luiueter, decided for Miss Net-ti- n Hughes, who nrgtieil convincingly GIMel Drraslnrr. that "marriage Is n failure." Then To make n glblot dressing for roast she stepped up and was married to turkey put tho giblets and neck lu a Miller. To prove her thesis she must saucepan with cold water and add nn show him practically that nIio was onion, wilt nnd wpicr and n altca of And how ho was wrong. dry bread that haa been matio ery right and will poor Theodore HLo that? I'erhaps, s brown In tho oven. Itoll uutlt tho nro done. Then strain and stock. however, he will defeat tho nrgumenia-th- e young woman in the condition, Chop the giblets lltio nnd put their nnd tho stock back Into the saucepan, though worsted by her In the theory. drtilgo with u llttlu Hour and mid tho Action oil his part may speak louder brown gravy from tho bottom of tho than words, and It is hoped that such pan In which tho fowl was cooked aft- tuny bo tho case. er skimming off the fat. Servo In a hot cravy loat. Selected. The Mexican government expects to establish lu this country a place for ra A Christ Crul. the exhibition of Mexican goods, and grim, Btthlrhnn'i Itlm in till obllc, Prthltltrm'i lianrtt fl'M n commission Is now looking ocr thu Al wlirn htl Un.U wrra ta ground with the view of locating Xillnj luminous, ttx At Queen' M s 11 ) Com-paulogilt-let, nii-li- t. college, ha ceased to he n cinsce. It mill, how crcr, ha a future an nn excellent method of exercise and of quick locomotion. The llaltlmore Sun, looking Into tho stntlstlca of the trade, Hilda there has lceli a heavy decline In export) from UiIn country, notwithstanding the great decline In prlcen, and that original In cstor In ejele work have met wltli great losr-eThe sumo U true III Ktlg land. In the llmt eight moiittiH of Ihikl that country sold nhrimd f.Vk'iO.OUU worth of bicycle) and III ISM Mild $.'i. tililfJHj, but n ilitlliu net In In and In the llmt eight months of I SIM It Of the sold only flVllKI'riii) worth. compiinli'H organlict'il In Knglaud In ISM and aliice 0 with liaN') nggregat lug fl3,?rUMI have gone Intc I'ipilda tlou. Share) of .".H leading companion nhow fall) aggvgiitlug IW) 'r cent, onie falling nn much an 7." kt cent. The common xtock of nuch comp.iiilon li now nluioHt aliNoliitely worlhleMi. I'mbahly IliU la the hlatory of the trade all ocr. I.lku everything elae, after the novelty wenra off, the blcjcle haa tvamil to be Dimply an Instrument of pleaauru and popular dlxeraloli. but haa come to the ilemiilidn of practical iihc, and that . t7, Tlir Ail larr Tlilnkn 1 lint .Not Knonah Altrntlnn la Drlnlril tin l.nrnl Col or nnil Trlra In Slimr Wlint Ouuhl In llr llnnr, The writers of fiction of the present day nn iim far behind the time na n clock that haan't ticked n lock for 17 year. The tnco for fame has fauaed the majority of them to overlook tho fact that the aceliea of their atorlea nro In home country village where the babbling brooklet babblea and the warbling aoug blrda continue to warble l.ll.. tin, ili.irtiit umlili'ii trlei to work the public for n atake. If these writ era would only have their atorlea lorated nearer home, no their leaders might tniitilre Into the authenticity of n their ortrnyala, work would We Joy Instead t;f a sheer necessity. have In mind nt this time n short story that will serve na nn example for writers of fiction to follow. Start off something like this: -' TIIK WINKINO OK CIHItUrTTK ll.SI.IOTAt Oil. tOIlTLNE t:n.sL,t roOTIIALI. i. Wroavcnor VnnlJtihen rnn lightly up the innrble steps of the MacCawberly tuaiislou nnd rang the hell In n shocking manner. As It wus nn electric bell, the high cheese of society overlooked the manner of Its being rung. A mo-- ! itient Inter the massive door swings open, nnd the MacCawberly butler shows the young man Into tlio somewhat sortimptlously furnished recep- tlon room nnd Inquires na to the quality of his line cut. VnnDuscti hands the butler n SHU) bill and, throwing himself Into the nttltude of n rustic j Apollo, says rather forcibly: "Aw tell n w Mlss MacCawberly nw that 1 dealnh tali see her nt once. Tell her nw tlmwt I am awaiting her gwacloua fnvuhs In the weceptlon woom." The butler bows and ambles out of the rnoci. When ho Is gone. VntiDusen takes a hand bag he carried and commences to take bonds. Jewels nnd bnnk notes from It and arrange them lu bargain counter Mjle on nu ouyx topped stand that happened to bo nt hand, lu a trllle less than G2 minutes from the time the butler left the room Charlotte Henrietta MHcCawherly entered. Idly twirling: a string of diamonds 2 feet Ine" ' ', dim on Second OUu Mnll Matter. 1'ostmaater (leiicral Smith devotes n conalilcralile p.irt of his report this year lo advocating a revision of the postal rates, referring particularly to nccotid c!aa matter, which Includes newspaper) and periodicals of a liter-nr- y character publlahed not leas than four tlmea a jenr. The rale charged la 1 cent for each po'iml or fractional part thereof. The nite on booka nud printed matter la eight times an great ns this, and the rate on Icttera Is ISO times aa great. Tho reason for ghlng thla service nt ao low a price uuues-tlouabl- y Is that the government sought to promote the free and extended circulation of Intelligence nnil of hitch Is to be found In Journals ; reading aa and periodicals. There ha.e grown up grave abuses In this branch of the postal service, ' nud vast quantities of matter are sent tinder thla class which do not laduiiK In It. Mr. Smith asserts that of tho :!.3,0)0,0X) ikhiihIs of second class matf was ter carried last year fully not properly In that class and might to charged third class rates. liavc Had the proper charge been possible the government, Instead of $l,7(!3,filo would have received $Jtl,'JIS,i(J. making u difference In the revenues of one-halU-e- W. A. CARSON, TANFORD, KY.t ,1s The Itfcognlzcd leader In The Following Articles:. Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, Vulcan Imperial and Avery Plows, Harness, Plow Gear, Winter Robes, Whips, Hay, Corn, By Retail or Car-Loads. Prices to Suit the Times. Don't Forget That I Keep Tho., Finest Blackboards In Town. THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. This is now the most up to date Gallery in Ceitial Kentucky, having been re cctilly equipped with the marvelous Ann&tigmtt Umu; tho now discovery in optics! I wish to my to tho l.ndies that tcietirc The department, tho postmaster general says. Is powerless to change the of the vagueness of tho rate law nnd Its Interpretation nnd urges that the matter should have the prompt intention of tho lawmaking power. lie sums up what he considers necessary In this regard as follows: lict-fius- The priinu to ! rtarhrd are clear and ur!l In their .towr It la ilul lo prtrll-x- e of It rlauincatlon ami fort.M (.ourul rale to a, rial lihrarlra of tsioki to "Imute crjtana" anj othrr alirtta of an etlul- - ailvr-tliln- z ctaractir, to umplc flltlocii for ailirltU-tni- c rlrculara hlch are to maikrd umlrr IU- - namn of fratrrrul aocirtira, lo and rrtlima hy lieua affftits of untold rrodk-alrurt thrir to Klitmra hf vhkh puMIUirra namra l'f aindlnit matlrr In thrlr at lltt Kund ratr for aditttlarri anj purchaKra lit tiro, THESE LENSES FLATTER. Just received a larie dock of tho very on tl lutt not tin- - I'tlilli-ur- . Uatest Designs ir JVtouldigs I .. Vjng. she mi ws!i to see me, 1 d In toves that coated the window panes with front. "Yes. Miss MacCawberly Charlotte. 1 come to otTnh you mail fortune and myself. Will you ! mine to hold, to love and nwynwa cherish?" "I'rny. do not excite yourself Mr. YntiDuseu. The man I wed must achieve fame. Do something that Is manly and then come to me." Tossing the string of diamonds carelessly under the sofa, she left him with his money. 'Trout!, haughty beauty, Ah'll win you yet:-- ' need-hssl- The reader will please let Imagination convince him that 11 mouths and "0 days hate rolled away since that The I'ittshurg Dispatch Is authority night of which tho previous chapter Is supposed to treat. for the statement that au Hngltsh firm Is seeking a site on the Mouougnhela niirtu in. river near that city on which to erect TH the Ides of November, and the a factory. Tho firm In question proearth Is garbed In somber hues. A poses to manufacture llnlshed products great throng of people nre gathered Is. as The Dispatch puts about n bulletin board, gazing with of steel. That rapt uttcutluu on the paper pasted It, It will elaborate the crude steel there. At last n man lu front utters a turned out by Tlttsburg mills. Tho Dispatch further says quite truthfully: howl of Joy. Ve 'Tlttsburg undoubtedly "We wlut We win! We win! has the suwin!" shouts the iiinn. premacy lu the manufacture of heavy Tho crowd takes up the cry, nnd metal shapes, but It has notably soon the entire isjpulnce Is shouting. lacking In such Hues ns above Indicat"VatiDuseii made n desiorate plunge ed. It might almost be said that with tho ball and after telllug the op- Pittsburg has been only a producer of posing forces a new gag calmly walked It Is gratifying urouml their left tackle and wou tho rnw material. to note that Pittsburg's advantages championship for nilkvllle." These were the words that started lire fully rccogulzoil ns far away ns (Ircat Ilrltnln." tho crowd cheering. U-e- ciurrti n. locality befor- e- have to bo teen to bo appreciated. Suit- In ''"tt The Sioux City .Journal tiles n claim aiiit-to- r rus never sold this riiuiiiu,n iu ,uc uius, cmumniG traiuiiig iruiii ine uihiiiis. Iowa as the leading corn producing Ainoiig the lot is the .New niiiiii.si "Fleiir I for mouldings specially for suitable French eshtnte. It has been making some delicate pictures, Kmlnoiilered Mats, Freni h Water Colors, ami all pictures that nihunty frame. When in Panville, call and see us and get our prices. We timates of the corn crop of lbllU lu that n'td Is Inclined to consider 300.- - will save iu money, stute 124 Third Street Opposite Tost O lice, Danville, Ky. kh).0! bushels ns approximately correct. This would beat Nebraskn by about ,1O.(KK),00O bushels. Some estimates on the size of the Kansas crop place It as high as 40tl.OtHl.000 bushels. ) J1KIMVS The Journal, however, lelleves that compare the Kansas product will not favorably with the Iowa com lu evidences of thrift, ns the cars are small lu many places, nnd says, "It Is quite possible that when tho Una I show down Is made Iowa will be In her former place, at tho head of the list, wearing the championship belt of the coru At all events, there Is corn belt." enough In nil three of these great commonwealths, and It Is hoped that the farmers will tuccicd In marketing It nt a fair price. Our Enamel, IH1119il3l Calf and Patent Leather Shoes speak for themselves. Our success with them in the past is a recommendation for their present HTHANTlyj( and future use FLORSHEIM by trade insearch of satisfactory K?FoRc3 7 Shoes for Gentlemen. JOHN F. JONES. Stanford Female College, STANFORD, KY. PiesiJent. Primary, Prepuatoiy, Aeulemic end Colluitltte Departments, Music, Art, Klocu oo and and Physical (.ultuie 3Kt vear begins Sept. 4th. Scad for catalogue to MKS. NANNIK SAUFLEV, Lady Principal. Viili.tm Sheliou, -'. nt Hut far long Sunic And lor tx That iiHcal trt ml Ion hu niwJ hitrrtphle thr Uf rliolr, of Art. "-- I Tt Ami tl. lli I inrlrnt ChrUtmn tens Still ll iiitiK r ftllhful lirtrtt. tltlflilnna to iLe aoul luirarti. Illit tint' .nlil.rd Uvt xj,m;iwi W frl'M """- i headquarters. These commissioners should be exteuded exery reasonable" courtesy by the cities they Mexico Is our nearest Indevisit. pendent neighbor and Is now making tremenduus strides as n commercial of her nation. Only about foreign trade Is transacted with the I'ulteil States, u condition of nlTalrs which should, and doubtless will, lu one-fourt- h time bo remedied. Not alone lu the springtime does a young man's lanc.v lightly turn to thoughts of love, hut during the holiday season he Is IlkewUe wont tojior mlt ids hopes to tutu toward Hymen. Whatever other thoughts the fall and winter nunlversailes may bring, there is always a poetic charm nliout making Thanksgiving a tiny or double thanks, or giving oneself nwny on Chilstmas and of making the New Year's new leaf one on which love Is written. Some day New Voik may wake up ntitl Hud that there Is no luvestlgatlou of anything lu piogiess there, nud well, the shock will be a severe one, but poblbly she may survive It. It Is announced that tho detectives engaged on the ret cut big express train robbery near Chicago have Just held n According to all accounts, cotifeientv. that was nil they hail to hold. A Newai k (N. J. man recently drank 40 glasses of whisky berorc uoon ou a wager, lie Is entitled to tho belt a champion bowler or New Jersey, - '",)( i "i y) cinrrtR it. Again let us revert to the MacCawberly mansion. firosvenor YanDusen walks proudly up the uinrblo steps nud Is bowed Into the parlor by the groveling butler. "Say, old boss, hike out and tell Lott that I want her tu comu In hero right tiway! Hurry up!" In n trllle less than u moment Charlotte Henrietta MacCawberly appears. "Hello, Lottie! Haw's the gov? Just thought I'd drop In and say that I have a small gift for you. lleie." He hands her a small package, and, unwrapping It, she finds n tooth. "That Is tho tooth 1 lost In the game of football I won for Itllkvllle." ho bald lu explanation. There was n moment of slleuce, nnd then theie wns a swish of bllken garments, nnd Chatlotte Henrietta MacCawberly cast herself Into tho arms of Urosvenor VanDu-sen- . Tits riD. There will be general agreement with the proposition of the Charleston News and Courier that the negro boys of that city should be rounded up nud set to work, nnd the same advice will apply to white as well as negro boys lu many communities, both north and south. There Is no other olTeuder against the taw who constitutes quite so much of a milsnuce ns the inHty thief, und nothing so much contributes to petty thievery uinuug loys as Idleness. Criminals are recruited from the ranks of street nrobs, and In almost every large community this, menace to society prevails to n greater or less extent. The Pittsburg Dispatch says that 11 alleged murderers nre awaiting trial at the coming term of tho criminal court In that city. A glance nt the names Is blgulllcnut nud Indicates tho continual swelllug of tho criminal records of this country by people lately come from Hurope without knowledge of our Institutions. Whether there Is any way to hliut out this undesirable element Is a quest Ion that should receive earnest Ring In tb new Ring in the true " We bring to you the new and true from the plney forests of Norway King out the false " Uiaz out the oil -- L. A. aid. i:vlus In Omaha World-tier- - Kxiiliiiintory, JXmmh DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- ey utteiitlou. The Sllnnesota supremo court has decided that ii girl under nge may marry without the consent of her parents. Now let us have n decision giving u pareut the privilege of marrying with-ou- t tho consent of his or her children, und two grent obstructions to matrl-mou- y will be removed. Still lo Kalth'a dlUuIng- r Luttroua forma th tiiar.M fill. And lo ljte'a ijutck far tlx aky Turot villi ruuilc atlll. - a Pleasant, Permanent, Poslttre Cure for coughs, coUs and all inflamed urf acu science to of the Lungs and Oronchlal Tubes. n Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by W'lill. tk, ag.t coin and gn II) inua of pralw umi-al!i- rlat, und with tonga If aalnta Ulow Hit Ir a;uiIiuulia. Amila Jula Olor)- ttlll tu God ll giirn. Tract im rarlli la rat all tuada known. And lli llrlr ol rartb and heatrn Clalma tin kingdom fxr 111 own. ChrUtmaa Jo, fully rrturn On lit wing of thl iitw morn. Oriltfulljr our tptrlt )rariu, W'oitMilig th Ckrlit one torn! -- Diuwn Duma In Uluatrattd Loudon Ktws. If General Methuen regards that af" Til for tut.' my dear, Is being paid fair at Modder river us "the bloodiest back In your own colu. I'or lustauce, battlo of the century," lauguage will I tLfil to cut my hair; now my lialr'n fall him If he haa any real hard fightSloper. cut uie."-A- lly ing ou his way lo Ktiubcrley. "What Is miMtjl mmi I J' Lungs areejthllt The sore, weary cough-wormucus Is cut out i the rated t the microbe-bearin-g cause of that tickling is removed, and the Intlirced membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough. SOLO BY ALLQOOD DRUQQIST '.'MTV TW. - I 'tit for tat, grau'pa?" I AM SB YEARS OLD. and twttr qaed j. an j muHiy o.ual to Or. lkU a IitiTMQDlrkandi'mucrntrt'lIrl Itruakr -- Ur. U. 4. MtUAUu, imk I una llrsm M Bottle Only. 25o., GOo. and $1,00 BE SURE YOU GET ! Dr. Bill's NM-Tar-NM- iy lak-- - ttrf. For Sale at Penny's Drug Store. 1 , THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky.. - Dec. 15, 1899 W. P. WALTON. 8 PACES. I : J Tiik deed la done and Taylor Is gov cruor, for the present at lca.it, of the democratic Stato of Kentucky. HI wife, six daughters and a son were on dovot-e- d Hand when he tnaJo his address principally to tho election law. which ho promises to havo repealed. Ills Impotence In the matter will bo appreciated when It U remembered A pompous judge onco lined a man that tho Legislature Is at least M denv ocratlc on joint ballot. Gov. Bradley for contempt, when his victim replied: mado a farewell address, In which bo "Why judge your court Is not In sestold of his achievements, his trials and sion." "I'll have you understand," rehis disappointments, concluding with: sponded tho Irato jurist, "that I nm al"Four years ago, standing bore, I gave ways an object of contempt In session a plcdgo I would do rlcht as God en- or not." That's tho position exactly 1 havo abled rac to see rlcht. This mat injunction Judgo Tonoy, of falthfullv attempted, and I can truthoccupies slnco his election day I ullv aav I have tho approval of my owu performance and subsequent actions. down the bur- - Holsnn object of I now lav nCUnn contempt In court don, borne for four years, with great and out and the court of appeals has pleaure." Tho citizens ol tranKiori, decided that, bo Is without legal rethrough Mayor Dehoney, presented tho dress. Ills hoped that tho Legislaretiring governor with a testimonial of ture will also take such a hand in his tholr eMcein and reid a set of resolu- case as will teach usurpers a lesson tions expressing the thanks of tho city never to bo forgotten. for the governor's kindness to tho The "mass meeting to set Loulspeople of Frankfort during tho visitalast year. Immedi- vlllo right before tho world" was held tion of sraall-po- x ately after tho ceremonies .Gov. Brad- Wednesday night and proved a Hat ley gave a reception at the governor's failure so fur as numbers wero concernGov. Tuylor and family, ed. Mr. Gocbel and his supporters, .Mayor Weaver and tbo city adminiswhich was attended by the and tho or's largo and beautiful assortment of tration, tho Courier-Journa- l Times were denounced, and colonels. Bradley and Judgo Toney Indorsed in THE joy of the other member of tho speeches and in resolutions. The L & Lou-IsvlllEx-Go- CONTK3T3 DKC1DED ON FitANKTORT, Doc. H -- All of the Stato committees met hero today and unanimously decided tint n contest muit bo mado from governor down Gov. J. D. McCreary and other wero appointed to wrlto an address, stating tho facts and glvlngjtho reasons of tho contest. Thero will bo nnother Inninr. uratlon hero In March, you mav cam. bio on that. Tho action of tho committees meet with the greatest favor here, as demo crats uro practically unanimous that it should bo made. Tho narrow margin given the republicans on tho faco of tho returns Is suro to bo wiped out, cither of tho charges of Intimidation, forco and fraud bolngsulllolontly shown to do It. Pro Tom. Gov. Taylor can ronke tho most of his llttlo brief authority Hopresontatlvc Borelng has a bill for the rollcf of Gen. T. T. Onrrnrd, .Tamp W. Bold, J. N. I) Whltoand others who sulfercd trom tho destruction of tho snlt works near Manchester In pursuance to tho orders of MnJ. (Jen. Don Carlo Buell Quay's claim Mi a seat In tho present boJy Is Just tho Mine as was MaJ. Wood's whom Gov. Brudley Here They Are. H8H Lot of nice thing to iimko the children's heart glad. Useful uml entertaining. Jumper, Kxpress Wagon, Carle, Vne, Dihe, Mtiiic Hm, Trunks, Ac, Ac. a the mandatory Injunctions. contest tho Stato board Is clothed with judicial powers and having said in o The Loulsvlllo Dispatch says that it reserves tho right to criticise Pro Tem. many words that they would not have Gov. Taylor's acts. Jess to. It will given the certificates to tho republikeep It reserved. cans, except for tho fact that it was canvassing board, there is then only a POLITICIANS AND POLTICS. no doubt that tho democrats will bo Tho Georgia Senate killed tho prohigiven the places. bition bill. Joseph P. Bozartb, has been appointJudgixu by tho way the Cincinnati felicitates itself ed postmaster at LaGrange. Commerclal-Trlbun- o The holiday recess of Congress will and honey fuggles Pro Tem. Gov. Taylor, It is of the opinion that It did it be from Dec. 21 to Jan. 3. Thomas N. Uart, rep., was elected all, when the fact Is tho greater number of people It professed to address mayor of Boston by aplurallty of 2,o31. lion. G. G. Gilbert has quarters at can't read. Tho C.-- T. has talked moro to hear itself talk evidently than It has tho Fredonla, an up town family hotel talked to Kentucky republicans, a largo In Washington. Tbo prohibitionists have tlxed June number of whom, never heard of tho 27, next, as tho date nud Chicago as tho paper. pluco to hold their National convenTHE republicans and their allies, the tion. Democrats of Marlon county held a Louisville business men, may meet and BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. protest till doomsday that they are not mass meeting and called on tbo Stato as mean as they appear, but tho proof candidates to contest tho election Powell countv went dry bv 100 maIs patent that they are, and democratic board's decision. jority. merchants and others should go to The centennial anniversary of the Tbo Southern road has given Its men democratic Cincinnati for their goods. death "of George Washington wero a choice between giving up cigarettes If politics is to be carried Into business, celebrated with fitting ceremonies at or their jobs. Washington yesterday. let both sides play at tho game. C. II. Snaekleford, secretary of the It is said that a fight may be mado Loulsvlllo Leaf Tobacco Exchange, of tho appoint We bavo never gotten on to tho true against tbo of Mayor ment of BUI Bynum as general ap- died suddenly. Inwardness of tho Seelbach's Hotel, Louisville, Is to be Johnson and his gang, of Covington, praiser at Now York. Improved $150,000 worth and will be Gen. D. II. Collier's friends, and bo largely extended. on Laurie J. Blakely, but wo aro conll dent that It was cowardly and repre- has many also among the democrats, Gen. Leonard Wood has been aphensible. Blakely Is a small man and aro glad to know that ho will be retain pointed military governor of Cuba, by no means a slugger, but It seems ed as adjutant general. retiring Gen. Brooke. that It took two or three to do him up. Charles P. Mottley, of Bowling A $:t0,000 court bouse Is to bo built at Green, wllfbe assistant attorney gon-erHydcn, Lesllo county, which will cerof tho The Delineator, the greatest to Judge Clifton J. Pratt under tainly look out of place. fashion publications, has donned a tho new administration. Nat Hurt, an L & N. brakeroan, livbeautiful now cover. Tho magazine The republicans havo been victoring at Bowling Green, was run over years and ious In has been published for 27 tho election at Ponce, Porto place. gets better each issue. Tho Butter-Ic- k Itlco. Of 17 towns which bavo held and killed near that Mrs. Thomas Yclvcrt and her two 7 to 17 West lUth elections they have carried nine. Publishing Co., oxeel-len- t children wero cremated In her home street, Now York, gets out tho Gov. Poynter appointed Casoyvllle, which burned. publication. William V. Allen to lilt tho senatorial near Senator Mason, of Illinois, has prevacancy caused by tho death of Senu-ato- r a resolution of sympathy for the FnANKKORT Is to havo u dally paper M. L Hay ward. IIo Is a ixipullst. sented Legislature term. Boors In the war with Great Britain. at least during tbo A Frankfort dispatch bays that John of tho MurTho taxable property in Loulsvlllo Is John Meloan, W. Yerkes' contribution to tho repub listed at $121,000,000, an Increase of and ray Ledger, lican campaign fund was between $5,000! nearly two millions over last year. from Calloway county, has bought the suit material and tho now year will see thu and $10,000 und was tbo largest made. Mrs. Bollo Brltton brought Pro Tem. Gov. Taylor's llrst olllclal against 14 men ut Bloomlngton, Ind.. venture under way. It will bo demoact was to uppolnt McKonzIo Todd his for whltccapplng her and her nusuunu. cratic. prlyato secretary and Stewart Stone, In a wroek on tho Norfolk & WesTHE editors of tho Woodford Sun, son of tho mino Inspector, stenogratern. In West Virginia, on engineer Messrs. A. A. and D. M. Bowmar, pher. fatally Injured. Ttio executive recommendation 01 tho was killed and fireman mourn tho loss of tholr excellent mothDr. McCormuck says that smallpox er, Mrs. Mary Bowmar, who died sud- abolition of all customs tarllTs between denly of apoplexy, aged 51, and In their tho United States und Puerto Hlco has bus cost Kentucky $100,000 In a year grief they havo tho sympathy of many stirred up u good deal of commotion und that 41 counties havo been utTected. A now strawboard trust to embruco friends, Including thoo of tbo Stato among tho tariff beneficiaries. Judgo Pryor declines to reconsider soverul Indiana mills will bo launched press. his determination to resign as a mem tho first of tho year In opposition to TllK Loulsvlllo Dispatch seeks to ber of the State election board, giving tho old trust. make a point on us because of 11 typo- as his reason his increasing yours and John Hull und wlfo tramped from graphical error, when that whole sheet desire to bo rid of political turmoil. Campion, Wolf county, to Lexington to I In is an error, not only of the types, but Tho highest court in tho State de avoid testifying ugutnst a relative of tbo head and heart, If It havo the cides, In effect, cuscs. that contempt for Judge election two latter. Gov. Bradley bus olfered u reward of Toney's political orders and opinions is $500 each for tho arrest of tho men who instead of punishable. TllKUB wer'nt verynnany demoeruta commendable, IUcbard Coleman at tho stake at tbo Inauguration ut Frankfort, and The correctness of tho publlu judgmtsnt burned pockets Is thus judicially continued, LouN at Maysvllle. most all of thum got their Tbo Stuto board of heulth has Issued picked. They don't desert ouny better, vllle Times. Itopreseutatlvo Gilbert was lotroduo nnniher warning against sinall-iw- x, for mixing In such u crowd. however, ........... n.l . biju .....l.1..n 1 vuuusuujr I... I uy nci- - urging tbo public to resort to vaccinai;u tu ftl... I'l usiuuu TU..J Gov. Taylou did not rcsentatlyo Bailey, of Texas. Mr. Gil. tion and rovacclnatlon. Plto Tkm. William Ilaynor, of Bardstown, Ind.t bavo to wrlto his Inaugural address. bert has mado un engago.nont with tho Ho simply mouthed his campaign president, and desire to enlist his sup-!o- died from tho elfccts of a beutlng bis for a proposed National park to bo wlfo gave him because ho persisted In speech, which la tbo same as baying It paying uttcntlon to other women. ituated at Perryvllle. was thin, devilish thin. conli-mailal I ' J I ' J rt of Taylor was turned Into wortr.wood and gall by the notice served on them of contest by tho democrats, while the ceremonies were on. Tho grounds of tho contest are tho use of thin ballots, Illegal use of money, Federal and military Interference with tho election and republican ticket over the Inauguration N. discriminates azaln-- Louisville and In favor of Cincinnati In the matter of freights and democratic merchants should do the same. a Is said that the State commission will declare John Henry Wilson elected judgo In the London district We In such a hope so at any rate. It appointed to fill a vacancy, and who was denied a scat In tho Senate. Should Qaay now bo seated Wood says ho will sue for six years' salary or $30,000. Sonators Cockrell and Hoar are sa'd in l, Ht wnrlt nn n constitutional umondment under which tho llfo of tro fiGth Congress would bo prolonged two months, and tho expiration ot me t.irm unJ uf tho term In Con gress tako place on the 30th of April. Says Mr. Bryan: "Congross Is at present considering a bill that Is an extremely bad measure I refer to tho financial bill now under discussion In tho House. This bill Is a very bad one, Indeed. It is a part or tho goiu stinu- ard people's plan, and I hope that It will bo defeated it glioma ccnamiy nnrnr l iwrmlttcl tO DBS tllO Il0U0, because It Is not In tho Interest of democracy." Tno worst crimes aro those committal nndnr thn forms of law. That Gov. Taylor's certificate of election Is signed and his oath of olllco administered by an n.Chlef Justice and tho incumbent fihtnf Jtntlm!. both of whom hold that the recipient Is not equitably entitled nor legally elected to the olllco which 1,.. U i,r ihaa forms of law permitted and authorized to assume, constitutes such a truverslty of justice a huiniin government has seldom witnesseu Louisville Times. In answer to a request to publish a list of those composing McKlnley's cabinet, wo do so and hopo that those who care to prescrvo such th ngs, will nastolt !n their hats: secretary 01 State. John Hay; Secretary of Treasury, Lyman Gage; Secretary of War, Ellhu Boot; Attorney General, John W. Griggs; Postmaster General, Charles E. Smith; Secretary of Navy, John D. Long, Secretary of Interior, Ethan Allen Hitchcock; Secretary of Agri culture, Jumcs Wilson. Thi Is n brief b oeraphy ol tho t'o- lygaraous Congressman Roberts, which shows that ho has bad a pretty lively sort of life: Bora March lit, 1S57, at Lancashire, England. Warrington, Came to America In lbWi and settleu in Utah. Was graduated from Normal Donartment Utah University 1878. Charged with having thrco wives, all taken previous to 1890, whon .Mormon church prohibited polygamy. Has devoted himself mainly to editorial work and authorship, and has traveled ex tensively In tho United Status and fir!. Ilrltaln. Author of "Tho Lire of John Taylor." 'Outlines of Ecclcsl-astlc.- il History," "Tbo Gospel," "A New Witness of God." bcrved a brlel ,,. In thn in lfefe'J for IK)- lygaraous cohabitation. Was a member of tho Utah constitutional convention In lbltt. Stood unsuccessfully for Congress on the democratic ticket In 1!WS, Is for free sllverand agalnstoxpanslon. prcs-i.inntli- il Doll, Chairs, Wagons, H.tly fill mid that-- i led, fill Good & Cheap. 1 I -- hound to conic. From now till the first we will have our Clearance Sale Prepare for it now for cold weathrr The backward seoou ha kept von from buying vmir Winter (iimhN, icrlmp, nml kci.t u from colling, us many u iiick on heavy f,iwxN, wo ktiow, Iml'ono remoly to k'H them We are therefore uvcrstiH-kwwe might havo cold. Cutting And Slashing The Prices. Thii i 11 Nile tlmt menm n caving, lo to you of niuny hnnl earned dollars. A wile that means inm-a-c- m nt TUG Xow i Lone trade. " store. ti(H(d tho time to it will during thi" fnle. Wo guarantee every nrticK n1iI A dollar never wint at far Here arc a few ol our Mnny Bargain: as adver-d-cd- . cut to IUc -4 llleaehed Cotton Ho. Good Ticking Cut from 10c to Die. 10-Brown Sheeting l'-'-c. Good Shirting Cotton only-IU-- . All Wool lied Flannel, worth IMc, cut lfic. lied Table Linen cut from 'Jftc to 15. Covington Jean", worth 15c cut to lie. Children's and Mines' lTnion Suits, .'5 to 10, only 25c Ladies' Union Suits, 4, f", (i, only L'.'c; ."Do quality. Ladies' r.ll Wool Flannel Skirts only J(!c. Outing cloth Skirts for ladies, only 2."ic. 81 ((Utility, One big line of Indies' Con-els- , cloMiig out price, 4 8c. ladies' Itibktl Vests and Pauls, worth ''0o, only 12c. Best 1'nney Calico 4 Our Drcs whole-al- e jiriccs. Men our line. have lecn reduced to Don't buy until yon htsve Heavy l'laid, the latest, 40c, cut to J.'mj. Outing Cloth, Jc and up. Good Canton Flannel, 4 Jo, Iteiiii'inltcr we are headquarters fur CurHts ami Matting. SL2 Iice Lice Curtain. ISc. Curtain reduced to 81. A good, heauy, itrijcd llm'cd lined Shirt and Drawers for men, 10c quality, only 2Jc. One lot Men's Underwear, .0c quality, cut dow 11 to !15c to chw. Now i your chahco for a heavy Cup lor Winter. Wc Itought n big line of Cloth, g"l, l'lu-- h ladies' Fleece-Lin-ed Him 8c, worth 15c. 50c iinilit and Astricau Cup at TtOc 011 the dollar, marked down to 25c. Shoes, Children's School Shoes. Shoes, Lulio' Patent Tip, worth 81.25 to 8, "5c quality, only fiOc. Children's School, 12 lo 2, 81. cut to 75c. reduced to 75e Men's Fine Shoe, H8c, worth 1.25. Boys' Buckle Work yliocs only 75c. Lidies' Itcndy Mude Dress Skirts, 51.50 (piality, marked down to 08c All other tlrei- skirt, blue, black and gray, marked down in 5 - projMtrtioti. iVenr Capes ju-- 8 1.50 jilu-- h cape, bran new, marked down in this Mile to 8ft A new line of Pluh Ca(& t in for Clui-tm- a handsomely trinuned, fur, jet and black rihlioii, marked down to 85. Call and cMimine Iniforc Inly Our S" PIiipIi, ing the Children's Jackets, tho largest line ever brought to Stanford and lor the lcat money. Our line of and Jackets. ly For Men, I Joys and Children we oiler the licst tilling line of (. lothiug tl market allord. Thi line ha Wen and represents the cream of the leading manufactories of tho country. Wo have Iktii encouraged to er cent. He to )"urcha-- e largely in thi line in view of the advance. We aro in mmUiiii to nivo ymi at leat 25 suro to follow the large crowd of economical buyers to the buicet store in Stanford. ear-ful- Clotbing U THE LOUISVILLE STORE. T. I). HANKY, Mana(ii:ii. Tho L. k N. Hall road Company has sold 000,000 ucres of land In Western Florida to 11 Michigan synilldato lor $000,000. Thu land will bo developed. Ilnrlni? flro In a saloon at Lexing ton, a snake, u wildcat, a raccoon und a number of white rats, tho saloon menagerie, wej released from their 11 STANFOKI), KV 1 CLOTHING All bought before thevauuti in price. - I I ! i cages. a iiirvm itnwllnL' Green gavu Mrs. A.n,.n,l,. Knnlcv 1 cent aud costs In her damage suit for $5,000 against Win Temple for accusing her of stealing un J 1 w ad- - !y i umbrella. Kivcs.vii.lk. The trial of George 1'etroy, who shot at tho Harris boys In a gcnerul lleiit which l.r., hint week, was hold Tuesduy but tho jury hung, lions. W. S. Bureh was for tho dufenso and llarvoy Holm (n.RcutlnL' attorney. There ha been qulto u, small ox scuro In lhlsvlclnlt)i owing to tho Illness of Blum- Padgett, ,..".'.. I (!) ' who Is said to huvo hud symptoms of that dread disease. Mrs. I'eurco ro tumed recently from u vl.lt to bur daughter's at Howlund und elsewhere. Geo. K. Meek, u farmor or Grunt coun-twas hero last week prospecting. Will Murnhv and wife, who went to Indiana nboul a month ago with u view of locating, havo returned. Cluudo l'enn backer has accepted the posi tion of day oporator at Somerset. !;. m. u. y, I I K It!: Latest thing in Suits and Overcoats. Children's Clothing a H. :i. J. M'ROBERTS. Mteib&g3&$$&B&S$GBS.Q&B$toi There Is u nuiill ut the 1). & I) Insti tute at Danville named Snowy Frost. She bus aUtors Hatred Icy and llaloy und a brother named Jack. Don't Let The New Year Catch You Behind on Your Paper. feV. k.C .7rrm'SJ9J3ir!J't', XMAS THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky.. E. C. present at Hamilton'. Hid lino ol cooking nnd Se heating Co's, I Go to Dalton for good watch work. stovesjusllnatGeo.il Farrls - Di:c Foil I.ainp, Lamps, 15, 1899 Warren Si Shnnk. 0.1 Ott 70 Lamp, Jl'sr received u barrel of finest Now too Orleans molasses nt Warren St Shank', Ap Walton, Dusinkm Manaokk. acrt'o of land for talo. ply to I). W. Vandovecr. Call at the Christmas trlx. HK fixed for ft And 10c store for Nicest nnd cheapest, Si:i. our t'l 00 and 11 diamond rings. Till: beat materials combined with Pretty and cheap. Hamilton. caro, kill and accuracy Insure good ,.m results. No other methods are over TllY Obalisk flour; It' guaranteed, used In our prescription work. Penny A. II Florence, solo agont. Drug Store Lost, n Mcintosh overcoat, Hcturn PERSOJULAHDSOCIETYMSSIP. to Jack Hcalcy at llallou's. Mil. J. 3. IlL'NDI.r.Y Is bneic Irom a Wantkii. Huttei, eggs, chickens, visit to Springfield. chives, licit price MllH. Hot.i.l CAltitir.il has Joined ducks, geese nnd nald by F.D, Ilallou. her husband at Nashville. Die. It. T. IUMHKY, of London, was J. 8. Hick has sub-le- t the collecting tho guest of Dr. J. O. Carpenter. and delivery of thu express to Hud Miss Hkttii: Wilson, of Uiulivllle, Holdurman and I'olcy Parsons. l the. guest of Mln Sulllu Dudderar. I WANT to buy a good second-hanMllH F.MII.Y Jonkh, of Plnovllle, Is engine with ,'tO, horso-powvisiting her brother, Mr. Jou ColTov. W. C. Greening, Hustonvlllo MllH. JKKIlY FltlTII. of Hrodlicad, Inillcr. spoil several days with Mr. Dr. W. II. IlKi line nl uverjlhing In Christmas U'Hannon. goods, which you arc cordially Invited MlHH M.MtV IICA.I.KY Is visiting tier to call and sea. George H. Farrls & sister. Mrs. I'. C. Sundldge, In tho Co Wott Und. II KM' the poor by sending a loud or MllH. J. II. IlAKKKK went to Ashe Wednesday night to join so of J. II. liaughman Si Co' good vllle, N. coal. Substantial presents aro the her husband. Mil. J. W. Adams and wlfo ira back kind. from n two weeks' visit to tholr daugh-te- r Till'. iNTF.HIOIt JOUIINAL is eight In Lexington. pages today and will bo tho same size Miss I'kaul Huiikhiiik has returned Tuesday, or larger If the advertiser from a pleasant visit to Mies Luclu say so. m d ur the blizzard by having In now. Doyuiiu DesoriDtion The-:-:- - i t your coal put A Co. GlVK S: J. H. Haugh-tna- n ' your wlfo a wagon load of coal for a Christmas present. J. II. liaughman Co. m on Hustonvlllo pike, lap robo and gum npron. Leave at Greening's Lost, stable, Hustonvillc. 9 m - Beautiful Display VISIT THE STORE AND SEE. A Large Collection of the A Lr.CTUlti: on Temperance will bo Moshcr nt a union delivered by Ml service In Stanford Sunday night. Wt: are headquurturs for till kinds of feed: hay, corn, oats, millet, straw, shlpsluiT, SiO. J. II. liaughman A Co IN order to reduce our stock, will sell hay at a very close price for the next few weeks. J. II liaughman Si Co. HareBOLIDflYflttraetioDs LATEST GIFT BOOKS AND NEW GAMES. A Handsome Selection of 5 Tin: elocution class ot Stanford Female College will give a recital In the college chapel this evening at a I. The public is cordially Invited to M, C McAfee MllH. W. It. Million and daughter, of Livingston, aro visiting her (collier, Mri. Hettlu Hroaddus. WILL SkvkkaNCK spent several day buying goods of this week In to bo shlpcd after ho moves. Mits. HtrrriK Pi:nnyiiackkii and handsome daughter, Mis Gertie, of Klngsvlllo, were hero shopping Wednesday. at Ixibanon. TlIK supervisors raised the list of about one hundred tax payers In Stan ford and will hear complaints Tuesday. Some property was doubled over the amount given In. ilri-ssc- Miss Maudi: Moitktt, who has been visiting Mrs. It. K. Gaines, has returned to Lebanon. Harry Mollett still there. Host: was downtfrom Hu lonvlllo yosterduy wearing a ery black eyo He says a pony kicked htm, ttijugh It may havo been his girl. Is Cil.Mit.KY JOHN I'KKNY, who has been agisting Hlcc, has gone to Paris, where ho has u cood osltlon. His friends here haled to glvo him up. Ki II. Jonks, formerly of this place, Hatred up to I'lnevllle from Louisville Tuesday, where ho had been LI of grip for 2.1 days. Tho average skeleton looks about as well as he did. says n Frankfort GOV. UllAIiLKY, dispatch, loft there yesterday for accompanied by his wlfo nnd daughter, but those cloe to him say that Ills residence there will bo of les than a year. MlHS JUX'KK HilUMMCTT, who taught thu school In District 41, has a testimonial from tho trustees and pitrons that ho had tho greatest average attendance of any teacher ever employed thero. AgeulJ.S Van Camp's canned soups of all '"iiK.itKnru a number of artistically kinds, pumpkin pic, plum pudding, windows displaying holiday maccaronl and cheese. Gcorgo II. Far L'lxiii, notably those of W. II. McKob-er- l, A: Co.- rls Iland-Painto- d Dresser Sets, Three to Seven Pieces, Richly Decorated. Gcorgo L. Penny, Wm. Hamilton AM. accounts and notes not paid by and Craig & Mocker. Jan. 1 will be placed In an attorney's THIS cheerful Item appear In the hands. Please protect yourself. II. Corbln Campus: "Holdam Stuart Is K Wearon V Son. closing out his lino of colllns at cost. cachcs, Call early and gel tho pick." Not is Look Hkiik. Kvaoratcd Oi' Ancient and Modern Sculpture is Very Attractive and Showy, apricots, prunes; dried upp'.ci, tig. In- your chanco to gctabargain. gredients for black cake. Fruit, canIt' you don't see what you want in dy, nuts, Ac, nl A. II Florence's. this pacr, usk for it, or wait until Of it subscription list has Increased Tuesday, when we will come out again in double form. Tho iNTF.ItlOIl JOVII-NAso rapidly that wo shall have to gives more and better reading our advertising rates, nlway .ewer than papers of 111 class, and will matter for SI a year than any paper. put a now rate In Jan. 1, to coniiort TlIK Loulsvillo Store, always one of with its value. Lirr me repair thut old buggy top or our largest advertisers, doubles its YOU WANT SOMETHING FOR A Wk beltcvo It was llyron who said: spaco today to tell our reader what It furnish you a new one. J.C. McClary. "It's pleuiant sure to see one's name can do for them for Christmas. ManIK you are looking for nice ahoca, In print," but we doubt If tho delinager Kanoy and his excellent corps of you aro looking for our store. John Pi quents that SherilT Sam M. Owens has assistants will be kepi busy wrapping Jones. printed In this lsuo will agree with up the goods till Jan. 1, which he ha LAND AND STOCK. marked down to bed rock figures. tho noted poet. L m Sterling Silver Articles PLASTIC ART NOVELTIES I 1 W. B. McRoberts. CHRISTMAS PRESENT! Lan-Bait- ItlodS Is u whole orchestra. Ills lecture bubbles over with humor, and he keep his audience luughlnt; almost continuously with his funny stories -Geneva, ()., Freo Press At Walton' Opera House, Dec. 'JO. - J - Nineteen burses were burned in a mill, made tho editor's heart glad this livery stable neur Henderson' Cross a. M. by sending him one of his largKoad. Is the place to buy them. est gobblers This Is another proof The Adair Now reports sale of that Mr. Christian I a gentleman nnd corn at $2 to $2 25, hog ut :ic and year a scholar and a tine judge of an editor's ling at $18 to l. Diamonds, want. LOCAL' HAPPENINGS. Lawrence Jone, tho Loulsvillo dis Diamond Rings, tiller, paid J. M. Osborn $1,200 for a "Hy Grown:, I am for nominating Watches, go to John Foil usoful present pair of carrlago horse. Senator Goobol for governor by acclaChains, ,r JIj, Jones'. Debt shipping cattlo are worth mation next tlmt, If we can't gut him vdrV7A7if7VtaHlfl7 Bracelets, Wi: are ownlng an Immense lino of J. C. select shipping hog 4.15, extra sheep HOC01IT A niO HCSINKSS. In this." said that splendid democrat! ;i.8." and choice lamb oo. Holiday good. Warren Si Shanks. Lockets, Hrlscoe, of tho West Knd, Lynn closed udcul.wllh K S. Kusrell at Mr. Jerry C. T. Hohon, of tho West End, ha Tuesday by which be get hi large Sick Pins, TlIK Hawthorne Sinters are booked to "but by George don't lot's glvo up thl butcher establishment and business in sold 18 yearling mule at $15 and is to appear at Walton's 0sera House, Dec. time unloss wo havo to," ho added. buy them back fat In January, 1001, ut Danville, paying hlra $.1,000 for It. Tho I Shirt Studs, Plain and Gold Kings, Cut Glass, Cull" Links, AU. IIaiily HniNKD. Mr. J. T. Hrown, arrangement for thoworkare tho most $75. i cattlo Thimbles, Clocks, Sterling Siver Novelties, Silver A car load of Aberdeen-Angtime you were having your who wa In from Pleasant Point, told complete In thl section and Mr. Hus-se- ll It's and PlaSie, the girl of Mr. Christmas picture taken. Call on Mis us thai tho doe a big business, killing, wo aro sold lu Chicago Wednesday at ted Ware, Silver Spoons, and Souvenir Goods of Various highest price since 18S2. Another car Sacray. Logo Walls wa severely btrned In tho told, some GO each of bog and heep Descriptions. ggfGoods Engraved Fuki:. Mr. Lynn's ex load brought 8ie. Foil Christmas toy, candle and face and hand by her clolhu catching andllOcattloamonth. Is cilled to tho advertUe- Attention everything good to eat go to John II. tire. Tho sight wa not Injured and pcrlcnco In stock handling "I1I bo of the child will likely recover with a great assistance to him In the business, of K. P. Faulconer' combination sale Meier's. nnd hi friend are confident that ho ut Danville Jan. 30, :tl, Feb. 1 and 2. badly scarred face. WANT to rent "ft to 100 acre farm horse will go and will do well. Thoy regret, bowover, Over 200 neur Stanford or Husionvllle. llox 3.1, UkdMkn. F. W. Jones, of Louis- that the purcbasu will necessitate tho Mr. Faulconer' sale are always a sue- IF YOU NEED A- Hustonvlllo. ville, Is here working up un order of removal of such a good democrat from CCb. I meeting with success. a county in which he ha done It such Kstiiay. Yearling steer weighing FoilSALB. It Lincoln county bonds Ued Men und First National Tho only member of thut order ho valiant service. Mr. Lynn will havo COO to 800, supposed to bo car marked of ft00 eauh. Apply at found hero wa Mr. A. C. Slnco, who an auction of hi property on tho !d. under bit in each cur, und a steer weighHank, Stanford. belong to 'em all. Tho charter mem See notice. ing 1,100 to 1,200. Missing two or GO to Dinvlllu und examine A. K. ber' fee Is only $0 and tho dues are ftOe threo week. Howard. G. S. Shelby, Post-Oitic- i: ItomiKD. Tho StanShelby City. Gibbon's holiday novelties before buy per month, while- tho sick bcnellt and Tues-da- y ing your Xmas presents. The McKittrlck farm of 128 ucre other derived from It are liberal and ford post otllco wa broken Into -night ami robbed of $170 iu money, near McCormaek's church was bought good Hammond & Co will receive all the $i:ii! in stamp and other valuables, in Moser at $52 tiO. Cows iurkethuyeangct. They will sell IK jou don't lioliove Santa Clau is in cluding a record book, which contained by William to ,Ij, calves $17, horses brought $25 Don't inics this opportunity to get one from us tit the to Northmitt at Lancaster. Stanford, call In ut John II. Meier' of otllco, reports, Sw. at crib. Implements rtu restaurant were restaurant und ce tho toys, world the luvolco tho letters were left ou $25 to $10, corn $:'.well. Several registered and the liku fold TWO store and Hntruncu to tho without end. Ho has candle from tho Moor unopened. John Jones sold to W. H. Grllllth, of broken Into ut London Wednesday common tlck to Lowney's llnest, fruit tho building wa obtained by prying open Hourbon county, 17 cattle, averaging night and pretty good haul made. und every- the front door with chisel and then tho both foreign and domestic i 1,520 pounds, at 5 cents tho highest of hi lino safe wa broken Into with sledgo hamWllKN shopping bear thl In mind-- All thing good to cat. Tryono prlco paid in the county this season. good sold at John P. Jones' Btoru black cakes. Price lower than tho mer and other tool stolen from Tho cattle will be shipped to Phlhidtl-phi- u lowest. blacksmith shop. Tho koy to for the Christmas markot. aro right In etvlo, quality nnd price. wa knocked olT und Georgetown Times. An eclliuo of the combination Look Oct Foil It. Tlii'ce goods must go mid it you want to kivo money tinil get u TllOS. DALTON und ltobert Fonzol machinery driven In and one of the UA One hundred fat cattlo of thu Heremoon, practically total, will bo tho havo gone Into urrangement to get jou thu hinges broken. A everu wind btorm ford und Polled-Angu- s new ami styli-l- i Jnckct or Cupo cheap come to us. reared breeds, ga visible tomorrow evening, Tho moon Christmas present cheap. See tholr raged thut night und it lupposedthui at Walnut Hill Farm, near Lexington, will enter thu shadow of tho earth ut After Jim. 1, 1000, we will occupy tho room recently vuwit- ud. done under cover of It havs been shipped for transportation to M reach the maximum of ob- thu work was ItKAD Hamilton' advertisement und ftllft i. catetl by It. K. Wearen, on rountain Sfjiiart', oppo.ito tho ?. noise. Tho tool found on thu Moor London. They were purchased by J show scuration ut 7:UH, und will leave tho go straight and nee hi pretty t Court i '""", "yni., ffij at 0:07. Tho shad- were a heavy sledge hammer, pair of Nelson Morris, of Chicago, for tho hol earth window, which I full of pretty Xmu Bhadow of tho blacksmith's tongs, six cold chlssuls of iday trade ut six cents per pound, In ow of tho earth will cover utmost the trlx. Including one with L. .V round numbers aggregating $ip,000. 5 dlso of thu moon, excepting a various sizes, a monkey telephone mcesuguirom entire UOHIIKD.- -A M. J. Furrl sold to Hudson Uro., of which under curtain con- N. on It, two hand chUscl, 3 o small section J3N Nuw-i..after Jan. Ul, 1000 OpKlte wrench, u brace und bit. The conteuts Loulsvlllo,25 choice cotton niulos at J. K. Uaughmun to Marshal O. J. last dition may bo altogether Invisible. of the sufe not stolen were scattered on $80. He uUo sold a bunch of mules to mv hi house wa onteied no cluo to the rob- a Pennsylvania mun at $70 and bought night und u gold wutch, a lot of clothSl'lLLMAN ItUHiH ami hi splendid tho Hour. Thero Ing and tho like stolen. Meglbben Klmbrpugh, glvo an bers, but Marshal Nowland and other of Cupt. Jacob Cozult 12 Uoo feeding planUt, Irtho job wa done by local men, tlmo from J. K.'chrUtlau will wind onterialnment worth unybodv' Wal thinkwill more thun likely bo caught. cattle at H, and which William paid TmiKKYti Cypres? Shingles Iron Feucu. who ho also vine 51 shoals ut :iu, toduy for und inonoy. They will upiear at up hi turkey business hero House, Dee. 20, when, In Thu los I pretty sovero on Postmaster for 115 bought from other purtlcs. W. having killed about kevonty ton' 0iera tho season, full of Florence, who will havo to stand It un Y. Curry sold to T. C. Kunk'ti live aged uu addition to his lecture which live thousand pound, no mina -Adt in ate. ( gamo wit, humor, one und nonsense, ltlgg less Congress give him relief, broko mule for of thu will como out a little ahead Iu addition to tho losses named above, will be small. Ho will glvo exhibition of hi character 'although hi lroBU J. G. Matthew, of Harbdjrvllle, has delineations, whistling solos and other Mr. Florence Hud thut a lot of private Unpleasant gentleman to do business unique attraction. See K. II. Heuzloy pup'or. iced, note, &c, aro missing, resigned as trusieo of Stuto College, glad to Mill Woik. with and our people will bo glvo him Lexlngion, and Hon. W. It. Huinsoy, of ugaln next and secure a season ticket or W. H. which It never found, will know ho will bo ou hand on, appointed In hltead. expense to U.. ic.uv. ja. great trouble aim Moltobcrta and buy it reserved scat. pl-u1 1 1 T us three-year-old to Mil. J. K. CiiiustiaN, tho turkey Hlgg and McGlbbcn Klmbrough last night gave the second entertainment In the Dan ville Lecture Course. It was witness ed by an appreciative audience. Those who heard the gentlemen say that Mr Hlgg I one of tho most graceful speaker ever heard in Danville, that' hi lecture wa good and that In hi whistling he seemed to have stolen the mockingbird's note. Mr. Klmbrough' playing also highly complimented. The entertainment gave general satisfaction. Danville antl splendid Advocate. At Walton' 0errt House, Wednesday night, Dee. '20. Dkmriitkcl. Splllmun J. H. Foster oold to W. L. McCnrty a Jersey milk cow for $:1j. Henry Anderson bought of Jumes Sutlor. a bunch of fat hogs at .'!c. John G. Lynn. Jr., sold to X. H. Coy, of Madison, a bunch of rough steer at tc. For your Husband, Wife, Brother, Sister or Sweetheart ? Of course you do and Wm. Hamilton's $'&m$mxmmramzm:mmi -- Winter Wrap REDUCED ttr - Sun-dusk- y' PRICE I St i i w SEVERANCE Court-houk- SONS. 1 1 :. A. CSIHE, STANFORD, KY. z5 beusoii. S, jy .A2 r "93W N.osoi), L h i ? i LUMBER FOR SALE. walnut I'alhrtlc II It Wasa't THE NATIONAL IANK8F HU8T8NVUIE, iy AT HUSTONVILLE, Mrnnt to lie Fannjr, anil Cull Lumber, sultalile Beconcl Cla "Ah, Pierre, 'tis but an hour sine In the State of Kentucky, at in close of business at at Stanford Jftsftrfti fn In or Ilarne anil Farm use. Aildrcm, we mett" IV. 2nd, 1199. teconil-cla- u Mimi'lIY A MIIIIIMir. LOMnsasucif, matter. Special rcnrnsentatlTB of "What docs It matter? I love your Klngevllle, Ky. o Mltlr Crorulo ThUka n He Telia KKSOUUCES "Oli, JoyI To my arms!" 1104,221 SO CKUDZH, MUB8EUL & tu., discounts..,..-....- .. Abont ilic Heroic Hemcily HI WorLoans and "Mon augef VtL'tollskla.ateVX'via Overdraft!, secured and unsecured.. thy Kiilhr r Took lo licjnveimtw Ills Merchant Tallon, M7 Wevt 7th Stre I T "Ma vie!" IJiOOOfl Cincinnati, U., U. S. Bonds to secure clrculstlon....-.- .. I'nfnrlnnatw Crnnlum. "Today, Eugenie, wc will wed! Tho Banking House, furniture aad futures. ndO 00 Will display Sample at the St. Asanh Hotel nld Medal, no Mo rctl bells will ring, the sun will shine, all Due Irom National Banks, not Re$1 raw's Klltoii In rUanforil on the 23th of Kach Month il We, tho undi'mlgned farmer of ITn.ln-dat- n In tlic iNtiicr About sutntliliiK What our friends ttlll bo tlioro to say: 'Hapwork. A .... ..... lMUM serve Agents.... will be ensued. vicinity forbid any hunting of sii ......ni. flllmt nn. tr When not M paid SJ3.00 Is It not Due Irom State Banks and Bankers Tvoiild make Hie llnrc Kro on a Lookcn py Pierre! Happy Eugenie!' ralsfll le nn Impoaalhlllty with tide method of enmenn our farmel lntnir liualmw. Call and examlnn latwt Dan Ureter. M. I. Wall, Klnss If It Got tliu Clmnct. nnd Mc acnt grand? Come, let us fly, 'for 'tis tor- Pue from approved reserve senU..r.. 25.13 W V. II. Dyo, SI 74 20 M. II. Smith. W.ll.Skldmort). UumelOooch Sample Fall and Winter. ,.. Checks and ether cash lleras.... ture waiting." for n llottpl. 131 W Jim Ssrevney, Ittilio llogne, Dan tloocli. Revenue Stamps Internal "If I vnn jirouil Like omo jieorlc," "Beautiful life! Beautiful lover' m. liars, UtOOO IM MurpllT. j n.niiitivi u paw toltl maw, "1 wouUlon't Caro to "But Eugcule, havo.you any mon- Notes ol other National Banks... and T Watrr. I), I'. Alforil, 0. Murphy. Fractional paper cutrency, nickels J. II. Iarh, W. M. Menke, Git Kmiy Hare ou ml Mwl Hocor tha ey?" 9V0 J. J. Mivaer. ... -.. cents F. 11. Dunn. O. L. Ilcnilev. Undertaker, W. O. Alfonl, "None! Have you?" nay a purson wbat Gits IWtld Mas Lawful Money Reserve In Bank, vii .. Win. Ilavter. W. It. Ueynolda, Oto. IllRney, Kentucky 9,933 UO HaiitoavUle, - "Ten sous! Alas for hope! Wo are Ilrnnos. That shows why the Wlm-ml- n KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. Jamca Dye. V. L.McCarly D.M.Crrlghton, Redemption fund with U. S. Treasuiei IJald tcry often. Wlin cursed by a cruel fate! I wcepT Don't Git ... . 51M . Offers his service) lo the pple of Weal UJ4. as "Mon Dlcti! And I was so happy!" j per cent, of circulation.. mln ain't Got as menny Hran Ho. 8 Arrrlteeat Stanford at 1:0 A. and Caaee countlee. I ull stock of 2.W a. a. No. 4 Leerrs Sunforil at .,177,207 04 tliny wnnvn't enny Icft "Wipe awny thy tears, Eugenic! I Total. ...- -.. . . . nn Ilccoxwns maid." eUalwsTSon hand. JOHN C. PEPPI.E8 Knwlend at W.W DAT. .So. SI Arrlree el D.r). Carpenter, Menafer. LIABILITIES. have a plan. Ten sous wilt buy enough when Evo '" i.W Lean Stanford at . .V),0i) (O Isacandlilatfl for Jallerof Lincoln Cout,ty ..... rtii mil TVn't Itnft tn Go Around charcoal for one grand suicide. So It Capital stock paid of tlio democratic par23,000 00 aubject to the action ....-.....- . KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Surplus fund..... nnld Hoded to Let noonle no you Mave shall be!" ly. Yotirupport la aollclled. "Ah, ricrre. thou angel! Mow stu- Undivided profits, less cspaasee ana nranes, Do your maw Says. llMam .... -paid..,. He. 14 Train folnj North . taiee 141 am pid of rac not to think of It before! Wo VI Don't tuini: so," paw torn iter. " " 1(1,730 () e.M " DINK FAHMF.R ,.12 Mam National Bank notes outstanding. - J6 " " South UJ2pm "Tlint' the roitsnn 1 mite as Well Keep shall die In each other's arms!" 2.1M 21 DENTIST, Dae to other National Banks - ........... " . Is a candidate for Jailer, aubject to tho ac"So pale, so Interesting! AH the peoLoosen ml Hare as not." frum For alllTolnU. to State Banks and llankera..- .- . tion of the democratic party, He sollclte CO ple that throng the morgue will cry Due Wlmmln ain't Got no Urancs." M91 "If Individual deposits subject to check. Stnttford jour support. aonou TICKETS SOLD. m..- - Rnva "TTnn' TVton It CalUO SO nnd murmur, 'So young, so lwautl-ful- l' 1IAOUAUE C1ICCRED TnitOUOH 1177.207 01 " Total up In the menny of thcin are g'tten eUTTZZU InformaUon enquire ol for enr Ky. I, J. W. Iloiker, rashler "And the papers will all brim with Bank, do solemnly swear that of the above named A. 8. PRICE, Wurld? Yon sed tlic otucr un may the above statement JOE S. RICE, ARtnt, trn Tnkon tho Place of men In offescs. the thrilling accounts, and immortelles Is true to the beat of my knowledge and belief. Stanford, Ky. Surfftoi J W lliE",Cahler. will be bought for us by subscription!" TAKDIF, Don't that sho thay Got Uranes?" Dentlit, me Subscribed s "And our friends will say, 'Ah, they day ol !cc '99. and sworn to betore V. L. this lh "No," paw Says. "It shows tuay AMD CINCINNATI. C, I'ltEwiTT, N. II, II. MANKF0BT two-Pi- erre The Soamstress. Even. Atcmi, )I Pirectors. Stanford, Kyi r.at ., Don't no Enuff to stick to the place wero wonderful people, theso swell Frankfort .t 7 a. u. and Trains l and Eugenie!' and will J. W. IViwatL. q AC. and reach-(- u thay was made fer. Look at the Way and Plain and FaahlonaldoSowlna;. Outllns; St. nnectlmr. t Ieorton with at. ItomsKi. T.J. elcRoberta' Dru Store In the Owsley "" Wlmmln put powder on Uiare nils: lr with pride ns they say to the canalllo r. Offloadr Water Worka Parts tt 8:49 a. M. and Fitting a riKlalty liuiiaing. at., connecting at t'forRJ; thar Mnd Uraues thay would Have that crowds about for a peep: 'Back! KiwHhQ&na r.reaching Fran.rort.at Resldcnco For Ront. more Scntz thnn that. That Don't sho In life they wero our frlends.and death 4. . "'pUR.yEWTOy. A. O. P. A. W S. BBAZLBY, D. D. 8., they Got menny Hranes. Duz It? Look has not dissolved the bondT BeautiIlaa 9 room nnd large Irswn. Apply to OPTIONS ON FARMS ! F.vrs Wnrd, Crnti Orcmsnt. ful!" Mr. Mow thay ItIzz thnre Hare, Too, tryin . Lancaster, Ky. QUEEN & CRESCENT. WANTED. "Quick, Pierre, nnd get the charcoal to Have Curls when thay ain't Got a Turkeys. JcUon City u follows: Trains paw Mammoth Bronze Without Pain I rite to Them. Wlmmln arc tuc orsi before tho store closest Morel! Mow nptlnna 4 II p m would 1J ni Lincolnllko to takoFor trrmeoni;lol farms- Teeth Extracted t m No. J North i l South I Brrr upon." naw Snvs. "All my heart beats with Impatience!" 48 a m l.'nnl and tiartlcu4 ,.S County fhyttclan In attend-- a I have for fcklo Mamruotli ItronroTiirkeTa. In Ko.t " With Vltallird Air JIM . .l llpm you Got to Do Is tell them thay are 'S " Kansas City Independent. WM. LANDOllAK Hm. " Mo. I ..1. ..1 trnm Tni Hint welelicit 33K I'ul- - laraddria tire. ....6 W a in Krlj;er. Ky. " ... SOSpm " 10 " 13 No puny anu .1 -- . ffciurs Iiu 0t.-- - nu v in mnntlia old. Younr Tome. 3; iimj !. inai .i,n each. (7s) Mil. J. Office In thei New ThomHon Ilulldlag Jts Sunford. Nos. ami 2 li not stop 9 anil 10 run no fur The Kllsiht ot Fashion. Icte. a Wumman I Ever seen Ylt what ther than Junction Cltjr. lie Told she was Jlst wouldcn't lluthcr too Sweet than to Have Hranes Enuff No. SIX! to Be the Presadunt of a Collldge. If OF THE T. rSAKCISCO, rrcjrloter., Jll'.roKT OF THE CONDITION offer evervthln for thay Had Enny Ilranos they wouldcn't Thellluo lrae Nurserlea Full stork of fruit and h.r.l t..n and esnlen lt always Be tryln to make Thcmself The lllnln place on the Danville pike, and ornamental lrr Lincoln County N.tisn.1 Sink. rsi, smsll fruits, esparacus, AT DEPOT. BRODHEAD, KY. Jami" tllvi'ia. Splrndltl liuu Look DlfTarunt from what nature made shrulrt and everylhlnc kept In such an eMablisn aero of Innd An eaoellentllttln home. menu We emptor no agenta. Iieerrlpllv rata 12!i Them." Ilct oA nttir Moanultii, rt OF sTANKOltn, KY., 1. s' it ' - tin ixurrsa. Pnwnaloti Jisn 1. 1900. For particular " lllDt..n, Kr. IWlrn nitwt kll trlnk. tvU1 a.llJoo la lri llllllll.l'MII.lw "Yes." maw says, "I uo thay Do Lota Telephone 279. At the closeof lluslnesa Icc. Snd, 1S'J9. write to or call on frllDiuvD (1KEF.N11KUKY IIIIIfiltT of foolish Things. I Even no Some rite HUSOUUCES. -- D.iiiTllle. Ky. stuff to Keep now What are yoo-u-.I101.M2 I Discounts Loans an.l 18,972 42 tuare Hare frum Comln out when thay Oserdrafls eecured and unvcureiU... Enny Uranes naLIVERY, FEED AND SALE it c it.n.i. tn MMiro circulation.......... 100,000 W ot to no If thay Had. C,M ii ture Didn't make Uiare Hare Gro to Premiums on U S. Il.mil lo solicit aulirlbtliin for the ARs'tit STABLE, 3. (jo t!tir wlinro It vn forever." Farm and Live Mock Met - .............. Auorlran M.-Stocki, securities, etc Frllllngton You heard, of Mrs. allowi-Writ" for 5.0CO ) paper course, that my daughter aud 1 were 03 two sml three year old uiulrs, now ready for lltMTnl coninilslin Paw He got Illzzy Iteedln Ills Ilanklng.hnuse. furniture, and flx'urw isen-- . DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY market. .1 fun Altars' Sample coine Irrs .... Then, nnd a Fu Daze after That the to have gone to Miss Cashmore's wed Due from National Hanks (not llesene f'.ttl fMlr. tuckv Stock Farm VubllsMng Ci LeilUji 10 TTi 07 Agents......-..- .. IIoranil Mule constantly on hand and ton, Ky. Hnm moilnann film. Hut me and little ding tomorrow. And now. I'm sorry to I lUd Bull Call aborthurnand Hertford), weight 7 34 Due from State Hanks mil Hankers. jor aalr 1st all time. nlt.nrt Wna Tjinl;ln tn Soe what kind of say, the ceremony Is postponed for a iisi pounds, wsi llsmlsof Corn. agents.....-.- -. Due from approred si Hale of Clover Hay Got the Kork out and mouth on nccouut of the bridegroom's .. 1,021 10 Stuff It Was and a.. -- .. ll.si le Itirn see other cash Items i..a lease Checks and iweri iJ IUUS It. UWfLKY. at Lincoln Co. Nat. Hank. DR. R. tlore. I new accident. 400 U) Split It ou the Bathroom . 69 J. Notea of other National Hanks..... tlmv Wnoil He trubble If naw found It Country Visitor How very distressFractional paper currency, nlckle and ,.Ttir.., oil and ing! Nothing serious, I hope? 102 21 Out, and 1 got maws mashenn ..........- rents ! You take your Wheat ami Corn to Morrl, meuasun uottie pored It In paw's Hare Fred' Kichanpi In Win. Iau(r.herlv'e .hop J.swful Money Keserre In Bank, Ii: Mrs. Frillington-O- h. but Indeed It Is Celebrated Eye Specialist, (l "5',"w In Manforil and eel In eirhnfi Flour and Sped and wrapped It up agin. most serious! We have had our gowns lielow Meal. You can also buy Hour. Meal, 6.KO 00 21,50 00 The r nolo OF Paw trlde It that nlte. and me and made specially in Paris, the very latest atrlctlvprrvona whot" name ofaptH'isr of nny game forlilil anv hunting llran. Chicken Feed. Ac. cheaper at Redemption irom U. 8. Trees' (S ir little albert thot about Every mlnlt thing, and of course In a month's time kind at anv time of the er on their lntida place ..... fi" - Kentucky, myall I askthanI anv where In town. A trie, cent, circulation)......-.- liellere my eiclianif "HI they Would Be a north Quaik Er sum- they will be utterly out of date! la and will prosecute to the full extent of the LuuIhvIUc, a Rood thlnt; fur farmer and pledj;e llber-n- l nw any who tioibiu. thing. But paw uiuent say uounu. Punch. -- HIS.ITS lilts' beat Iht Tota- ltran.isctlon and full weight. My rood, J. II. McAlMer. Dr. tluRh Held. The next nlte He put on sum more LIAUIL1TIES: I'll ltlvrr Holler come from K P. Wood. John II Foster. "A Word to the Wise," Etc. Mnshenn oil and Kent It up rite a Stanford, Wed- Mill and are Iludderar' MUKUlt I'ltKll. Urt class. Foreatus lUdd. ...- -. J10O.00O 00 8t. Asaph Hotel, Capital atock iiald ln. The young man had taken off bin S. T. lliirrl. Long fer nearly a Week now. This Telephone No. o. H. II. .t W. ll.Miank 1.0C0 00 M. 9. Ilaughman, ..- Sorplui fund... nesday , Jan. 3rd. g J. F.mliry. morning at Breckrust ue reu ms ueu coat and hung his hat carefully on tuo J, W. Ilaughman, Undlrided proOH, leas expenieaand u hall rack. Coming into the parlor, he J. S. Ow.ley, Sr J. II. McKlnnev. AllTltmiO. 81 and says to maw: JOIIM II. ClrlTLEHAX, A.915 ...... IUIutmwj ont day in each month. ei paid.... ..... . J. K. Karri. 'They ain't no yoose tawuen, mats went to the lire aud held his hands out F. M. Warv. JJatloual lliuk Notea ouHUndlng..-- .. . 90,000 00 SciettiiciUy 114 18 Etm Exinlaei mi OImim Grate stuff. MI Hed's Glttln nice and to warm them. The girl waited for Dae to other National Dank -. ..... 491 37 -. Adjusted. Due to State Ilanka and Bankera soft and I Kin feel the new Marcs Be- - him to speak, but It was evident that he was a bashful young man and knew tn.nMulileiioaltaiuh!ect to check. 739,40i 27 glnnen to Sprout." 230 00 JJabllltlea other than those abore itated (iolddust horse combined with the luwt popuMaw went over nnu liuuoeu Her not how to begin the conversation. Biaklnc the Finally be said: lar strains uf lisrnrs. and sad lie burseregistered and Sed: 38 179 03 hand on His Bald place aud Jery cattle all I combined roadster. Total.... -- ho "It was very, very cold last night. "Yes, tuay am t no uout loor Ued headed bT the Inbred lVdro Hull. .No. JfteSI, W. A.BEAZLEY, Pror., 6TATE OF KENTUCKY, Jlajoram staid at home and hugged the stove all sire lV.lro.HS7 and dam Infanta IWrosweewlske Is Soft. But I Don't feel the new HAMI wer. two of Mr. Cwr-- wlnnlo County of Lincoln, tbe evening." CRAB OR0HARD, KENTUCKY. Hares." herd at the World's Fair Shorthorns are vouna The girl turned r great brown eyes Marv'. topped wlihWildevc. I'erle.. Herron amie II. Owiley, caihler of the aWe iiaml sed: I.John iiuteraent Then little albert Hank, do aolemnly awear that the aboreheller. toward him and wild, with Just a tinge Uiford; SoutbdowBslieep, lVitandJ hlua and lb. gplendid Accoinmodatlonm sulphur Well. "Paw." hoir. Individually !1 and bred from Ol Liverpool. Close Hi DetKit and li true to the ttat of my knowleilge and of art In her voice: iu.u. Kite UeaiHinaule, line Water. "What?" paw ast. J. U. OWSLEY, Caahlcr. l.t herds of Kentucky, rrlcee rrouaoie. Ky. 12 "I don't see any use In buying a and , or writ, for "Do you Think the Medasun made Suhwrllwl and norato lf.re me thli 7th day Larcett Fire Insurance Company Iu the stove." Kaltlmoro Herald. We guarantee everythlmt as n presented by Mr. J. J. McltOHLUTd, N.I. L.U of Dee., 1899. World. Yoor Med soft?" W. I1 WAI.TO.n, Mltor. J.E.I.VN.V, Hold. st: TSA3STKTTJT. C3CT-Atte.LC I'm nfrado little nlbert Is agoln to 8. 11. Siia.nks, Itnoranre, llenlthfill wheel Barbee & J.N. Mexeffe, Git ralxt up In the fly Chicago sum ofTo all of rov customer for tlielr llliend "Don't you want the water of your TimesTO Directors. These daze. Georglc In anil pro'tipt pujmetit und hope well analyzed V" asked the traveling Manutjerspoutlierii Department. Herald. they will continue a have a agent of the chemical company. TRAINS FIrrit-ClnH- N i78. old DOUBLE DAILY "What fur?" Inquired the halo HorwcISliocr, General Oilier, Columbia llultdlii, Iiuls Expert Jnilument. HEPORT OF THE CONDITION (,36) She Is fanner slttlug on the front porch. l.vllle. Ky. "That's Mrs. Selldom-IIome- . do Aud am better prepared than ever to or "To know whether It Is pure nnd making quite a reputation as a new work for them. w holesome or not." HOTEL THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, woman." "I reckon not. If there's anything (Inspecting liar apparel) "Well, she J. H. CHEER, Stanford. Ky. THE FIFTH AYE. dreadfully out of the matter of It, mister. I'd ruther not isu't new. She's I.oulNvillc, Ky., Ar STANFORD. know It." In th State of Kentucky, at the close of buiineia style." Chicago Tribune. Seawn TltK N.itiikhx For the The roost centrally located and only "How long have you been using Iff" ltsiLWAY. pres-n- t Winter prewnl the iuu.1 Dec. 2nd, 1899. wllhcoonettlons, rvlre "' "FJIghty-seveyears." or rahedulcs. through There le Lying Somewhere. ottered to the MllS. U. D.BIMi'feON, l'rot.. RESOURCES. FIEST-CLfiS- S traveling ngeut passed on. ChiTho "Figures," said the bookkeeper, "nev80 .J1C1.4.19 ,rV.' .".r.Tv Til.", from Cincinnati and Loans and discounts... : cago Tribune. 8.117 13 er He." A Cres Hotel In the city tuaUiiR a Overdrafts, aecurcd and unsecured...... Louisville, liiiMtineilloii with the ijueen "Xn." renlled the expert accountant. , 81, mo oo cent lU.ute, via Cliallanuoaq, Jesup aud I he ant U. S. Bonds to secure Circulation Newly luruiBlied; clean bls; splendad I'rontnhlr Silence. 1,007 so "but the people who use them do." Bonds Clcclnii.tl to I'reniliiui on U. S. 1'oriers Everythiug "I think that husbands ought to pay S,lHsw.lii with cwtivsiiletilfrom 11.22:1 is ronnectlotis from labia. Then he returned to Uls tasK or ua- Stocks, securities, etc...... oit aieot ull trains and 9.2U0 00 covering shortages. Chicago Post. their wives n weekly salary," declared l"uillle. via KimavlUe. A.hevllle h lh One block from I lie principal shopping Banking-housfurniture and futures.. 1,372 00 nah This Is the Menlc Iteute lliroui be Land ol Mrs. Tomdll:. f Other real eatate aud mortgages owntd Carolina- -" district and to blocks from the lime "About how inuchV" asked Mrs. Company principal llieatii-a- . Due from National Banks, not ReA Movable Fanblon I'lnte. .outkn H'll'iil from bt lantls to Sleeplmt-car- . 1,59(1 41 -- . h serve Agents "Vnii mnnnpn tn keen richt Ul) with Inrounecllun with the I, I. A l. I. Street cam pio the door to all ptrts o 09 1.9W Due from btate Hanks and Hankers...... '"uh "Well, say $10 a week." iillrosJ (ilr Line), via laiulsilll.. the modes in the suburbs, Mrs. Plain." 41,138 33 Ja kso.. le Of Lexington, Ky. tho City. Kver tiling neat ami clean. Due from approved resei.e agents used to thluk bo, too, until I dis- Mi.. Ingcara fr.m A Kans.s city to In cnnllon 111 C. "I "V,.a Wlinn nnr new cooks CO l Ha rimd 7S0 G9 KCF Checks and other cash Items......... covered that my husband pays about v s the la lllrmliiibaoi. 1,703 00 they always bring tho latest styles." wltl ThbSi.Jtiiik. INSURANCE REVERSED. -- .. Notes of other Nat. Banks...- .year for my millinery and Atlanu.Je.upandTb. Plant bysteiu Iff"' Plan: $800 a Lliiillid. only thirty. Ietrolt Free I'ress. paper currency, nickels and Fractional I decided that clothes nloue, mid then - -- .... 313 09 elubl hours from Kaina.illy toJ","0"'"'?'... U cents ..r.i,n Una lines srll nnv salarv I would like to ask for We Pay Whlls You Live. ll.WJ II Specie A rninilae. 00 14 7.VJ 13 wouldu't go very far." Detroit Free teri:xcursloiitlikM.vlaliiKrM.tTliatil!lLaV Legal tender notes....... 1 tile." said Blatant. "I want Oli Lint ComFialei 7 When You Die. to l ill llesor sol I loriua sun in. o...... "When ,.. sbeilulw. b mkleU and Inrurmatlon mall' M I'ress. Redemption fund with V. S. Treasurer ed tree to sny sddrtss, l;y 00 to be cremated." 3.CI3 -- .... lis villi lasanpsllf. j percent, of circulation a.-"Oh, you'll bo roasted all right!" venj.cih:m.jii.k , ' w i.a. . ?. .Sut Mo alrnse na lie Looked. ....i... ""'- Mf.ll "' e.nl.l tlli'l J'W.W' lerwnari ? i. ".-- uo .mams Philadelphia North t, , Mil 410 37 -- . tured Smiley. Stricken by panic, the audience was Total C. A. II Villi Trav. l'sa. UillUlllle, Ky. lllllSIM WUAIU.N, laicsl Aent, American. Jamming Itself Into the exits. LIAUIL11IES. Maurord. Ky TUUK, Q. I'SMITH HUMAN hy . no The celebrated funny comedian went W. A. WaslilnKtou. "A.. 1IWM-Usliik'i'jn, Ky. V. Capital siock , Modern Art. T. 81 on with his "turn" cool, calm nnd colTAVLOK. A. U, I. A. II. -- ... li.1' Surplus fund fiuUvlllj. lected. Undivided profits, less capeuscs and . 2,S7 94 yer life!" shouted the proppaid. "Klin fer tasea Omy the beut cnmpuniea reprtBuntud. Nauoual Bank Notes outstanding........ !2,9O0 00 erty man In u whUper. "Do house Is rj .. 1&0 3d Iintiirks .olicittil. Dae to other National Banks... ttfiro'" ( 33 it. II. MAUONY, AbL, Stunfonl. Dee to state Banks and Bankers ....... . "Gee!" said thocomedlnn. "I thought s ladividual deposits iubjw.1 to check. . . 11L730 21 It was Just tho usual rush." ludlauap-oil- s 1J01C M Dtuaudve!tlriau of deposit Journal. Liabilities otter ti.au those abvve stated Would He potl-cjji- THEINTEnlO RJODRHAL rOOR PA'S BALDNESS. IT EVIDENTLY HAS COME WITH HIM. Parisian romance. REPOIVr OP TUB CONDITION M. OrtcKM Mnnritr. M. J. Munriir. POSITION WANTED. o a poeltlnn as iiTprrer on a lock farm. Have had tS jear' eipprlenea "" ' pan...-- - rroml reference. John u. orown, rrlen m :T. wrove. I TO STAY J. WULCHHY, PER YEAR CASH POSTED -.. ,y Kings-vllloan- J. T. SUTTON, . Specie...... ' in. ..... n. A. JONES, . mis:evelyn t" JlSm -! 1 1- Ly-n- FOR RENT. TREES.TREJES FRITH HOTEL. B. G. FOX, - 1 FOR SALE. V , WAHTED ' . I re 71 COLDSTGIN, Just Like a Mill. rhlp-atuf- POSTED f. 1 ..- FOR SALE. 0tl.ll. BEHZLEY HOTEL, ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY Castleman, llurk-shir- "".'l.fuM, FLORIDH I 1 SDUttiem Railway n Mason Hotel UfBt-clas- s, , liucaHtur, Kvutuck. 1 . RATE. e, no-Jac- k. h hdmi 1 M IIii., ... P-- .. 11 1 as-n- ;":; FIBB, LIFE & .I INSURANCE. YaW i? vrr J.C.fvlcCbAY saawUff aBBMsfaiaMaaaVaaJsaBa,iaBBAaf Total. ..fall 410 37 STATE OF KENTUCltY I touniy of Lincoln I, John J. McKobeUs, cashier ol abuve named Usua, do solemnly swisir that the above slate- alls true Cashier i.- -r JOHNJ.McRUUERI'S (subscribed and sworn to before me this lllli day W. M. UUIIII1 r, .. 1'. L. C. ,1 Jtec. 199. ) J. S H, It. lut'uitsux, v inrcc J. W. 1U1UK9I. it COTTAGE FOR SALli. U The Woe of a Veteran. "Yes." said the one legged veteran. "lUlly chipped splinters oir my wooden leg to light the tire with, an when I got n cork leg the olil lady wuz puttlu up rntchup. nn she used six Inches of It for bottle (.toppers. That's why I look Artist What do you think Is the so lopsided!" Atlanta Constitution. most dll'icult thing about a picture A Uaclirlor'is lloinaiice. like that Itl-- Dcr Floh. "I cr.mo pretty near gettlug engaged Art Dealer-Sell- ing lie-Poltl- UL laOTJXSVXLXiX H. C. RUPLEY, CHICAGO. The Merchant Tailor. I'lalus Morning ami Kvuniiit; from.'ll'ii on Station, lUth ami Itroadway. Itifiirination anil Ti..a..nirAea ilralrlni rates to WUconilu. Mliinesota. cubrak nd wlnts In the lar v est, luciuuiiiif should atltlrcw And Dealer in Fr&nk Stanford, Kv., In Hccelvlns his Fall and a, I would like to slt iirlvutelv toy cottugu on I.iuca.ur Htrvvt, Iu tsUnturd, coutuln-ioraever kUcd. rooms, kltcbea, coal liou.e, tl.tiru, Hlio It felt like It. uod eurduu Uisll 011 or addruiu. mercial Adrco-tlscr- . M119. DIE. llItONAUOlI, Slunford. How She Loat lllui. you're tho llrst girl Ncvi "York Com- 1 once." "Why didn't you V "The day I made up my mind to proposo to tho girl a man came along and asked me to go fishing." Chicago Itccord. Winter Goods. ' EAR2T38S, SADDLSI.?, 6TANFOHU. KV. ' J. Heed, Gen. 1'ius. Agt , E. II. liacou, Dis. l'Hb. Vlce-l'rei.A W.U. McUoel, cn. Odurlvlls Iluckwell Trallio At, Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Mf. ' Give Hiai a Call, fs THE INTERIOR JOURNAL .MNPOKU. A CHRISTMAS SONG. rt Kv, - l)RC 15, 1890 W. P. WALTON. tUnt re etly all en Xmaa ilari "Jowl rrrw, Mia. How 1o jot XnaM. all f Mil" A nwrlle V f.th, ft prtjr, ft triil, ft fount, llraril irlrtmtf at jta JnjiHja lontfAM,v Am) all arrrr irtad lo lirar Jt ilajr ra. f iKnl Uati 7 lixlij' And II Jan tn Mlrvf ) true toM lrrln la ymi tI V Mt.l n.H,n a holly lilM hr (atcii Com Easily? Arc you frequently hoarse? Do you have that annoying tickling in your throat? Would you feel relieved if you could raise something? Does your cough annoy you at night, and do you raise more mucus in the morning? Then you should clways keep on hand a bottle of Hall rirrty jr In mi Icatajri "IIixkI nrmrw. Irlrmla. Ihrw ila jvi dot V anJ rowl "HI to )oura ami foil." Kuftne t'ltld. in ft hlljr tmj ,.' Patfer Lamier'6 . New CassocR. J I , Pectoral If vou have a weak throat you cannot be too careful. You cannot begin treatment too early. Each cold makes you more liable to another, and the last one is always harder to cure than the one before it. Dr. Jlgcr's Ctierrg Pectoral Piaster prelects tic lajj trcn colds. ' "Jpiiiiiic, j mi will kIvo nut, red nh (iIi'm mill ilrlid plums to Cclynnttu and Miirciill lo till tlu unbolt nf tho lllllu nDfi. Kt In Krul.i ncculuriiiii," mur iniirtil t If Cnri', who thru roMiinod Ihu rcndlug of his linn lory, which hml lict'ii lutcrrutiti'd by lli iiuiiiIhtIcm for tin1 fete of tho follow- t nncw ln ilnj. !! hit u liln enrs In viilti ut tin' I100U, In llio Jojoiii outhiiritls which nine Ihroiiuhniit I lie phico on tliN tho cvu of the dny mi IiUkoiI. Joy llllcd ihu nlr nml troiihlnl his He rould nut iircvciit his p.iiiriinl licnrt from nhiirint: In tho Innocent pleasure of tho Hock ocrr which ho had wntchcil nml to which ho hml inlnlternl fur inoro tlinn Sil years. This j ear. for tho first tlino In hit life. tln cure was to celebrate thu holy innhcrary with dellKht less Intense, litvp.-inillons In-lir clu-lli11 m "kA'kA'" aViaJ"! ." -- m:A, &38BW ' -. m i .1a. r f? Co . I i Help at Hand. have unv cunjilaiiit tins ntnl lulwcc ou can tncittc.il obtain, wnti- - tlic doctor on 'l receive frcclv prompt reply Addrcw, DR. J C A Yl K. Lowell, Mass. v'ti wh..tccr If " Kr.li s .VMS-- . i mi let " WM .M A 1 t ? ' lr- - Thm Coming of Baby brings joy or pain. It's for the mother to decide. With good health and a strong womanly organism, motherhood but adds to a woman's attractiveness. McELREFS Wine of Cardui tnkesawuy all terrors by strengthening the vital organs. It fit a mother for baby's coming. Hy revitalizing the nerve centres it has brought chubby, crowing youngsters to thousands of weak women who feared they were barren. It purifies, heals, regulates and strengthens, and is good for all womcu at nil times. No druggist would bo without it. fi 00 r ornu vice I n cases requiring siieci.il directions, address, giving symptoms, "The Ladies' Advisory Department," Tho Chattonoog. Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tcun. MI.S.I.nUISAllAT.K..r.IrflVraoiilli.l "When I f.nl tV Win ul Caiilui liad been married Ihrm year, but cuulil not have any children, ftluv MoJilha litter I hail fa iiirl baby." r rltuleil nml troubled his serene beuevo and chei'l.ed his couiiarisloli fur others, his forKlenes of wroucilolui;. I'lay actors were Instnllisl opposite tho rectory, at the Hotel 1I11 Dauphin, ut the other side of the siii:ire. What a ' trial It had lieen for Mm! Tor ten ' days they hml been thero. Soulaliv had Mt'iiied iih though eUeil with n fover. At each corner of the street many col- on roiters were to be xeen, mill In pith- front of tht'tii groups of I ereil, couiuielitliig tiMn the spectacle of J the nlitht or that heralileil for the (Himltie evening. The streets, which, as a uile. were ilesertinl at o'clock, were thrnngnl until ufter midnight. Prom end to end of the little town the icrlts of the repectlo plajeru were , lalkiil of. I A mil of ilruins was hennl lMiieath the linlii w. nml M spr.iug to LN feet. The nnsnl olcu of father Oni'sli'ie, tht public erler mid ptme- Keeper, was hennl distinctly calling aloud In the KHiue tone us the worthy man nnlliifirlly linlteil the cltl7cti to kill the white worms or to muzzle their dugs "llochnry Troupe. Souhilro Thealro (Omlii Marketl. this evening, for the llrst time the gntit success Tho Abbo Cousin utln,' couiiily by I.uilovlc of the Academle fnmcalse. M. Arteinun of the Chntelet will fill the role of the Abbe I'onstaiillii. Mile. Valerie, from the theaters of Itn-s- t mid Algeria, will appear as lleltlun. Tho usual price of mluilRslun." A roll of wheels iiiiiioiincr.l the arrival of the illllgenre. which halted at thu hotel opposite, ami the p.lMengers allghteil with a gieat deal of noise, the women prH'lpltallng thuiselves from the Interior like n cloud of wnpi, ' leuci' 1 pn-vlo1 1 lla-lex- y ileaf-eiilnt; "u trriit.w, nAV k vou my CAsocK?" a heart le lleht. than iiHtial. Caro ' ( i I cassock!" "My cassock!" gasped tho Abbo astonished. "You wish my cassock V "Tho oldest nnd most wornout In your possession, 0110 that you may have thrown aside." Artemoii hastened to my. "I 11111 to play tonight thu role of the Ablrc CuiiNtautlu, and I cannot represent my character without conforming to Its demands nml carrying out Its Kicerdutnl dignity." M. I.amler sprung from his scat. "Do j 011 think for a moment, monsieur," he said, oercoino by surprise mid miger, "to profane a gown that has served nt worship nml to iniiko mo tho nciompllcu of thesu sinful Your Ignorance respecting holy things nnd lellglon Is your only nmiiM--meiits." the school of morals which hecuuds those of the church. Our draIt's op to the People. mas are simply sermons put Into acASK FOR tion. There Is no plcco In which virtue IT; Less than a vear remains in which Is not lauded nnd vice and hypocrisy Z V..LLLLB M".!... have not the cassoikV" scourged. Ah, It Is n noblo work, that .M to gather facts, and information that "Hennip!" said the haughty houfce of tho comedian, In tho eyes of those will influence your vote for the next keeper illK'lalnfiilly. who understand Itl" president ot tne united States. Iown the stairs M. Artrinon flew, "What pity this Arteinon Is not n That grievous wrongs have been four steps nt n time, nnd rusheil Into prercher!" thought M. commuted, and grave errors allowed greenroom, where the rest of thu the "Ills large face, closely shaved, to exist without effort at correction, is company were nssenibled, Ills tiurrleil with Its cheeks like a Domlnlcnu, evidenced by the speech, writings, and entrance filled them all with conster- would look very well In n pulpit, nnd comments ofeminent statesmen and nation, his Insinuating voice nnd spcnklng aaB jurists : comrressmen and tearlincr mm "My friends," he exclaimed tragic- gestures would bo very elTecthe for wr ally, "the posters must be changed good." of business; professors and clergymen canor the performance ostponeil. in every state. "Among us, I dnre to say, there nre not play the role of the Abbo Conitnn-ti- n mnny good fellows," continued . Party affiliations have been ignored tonight." ;! in trip nutrrv arr.iintt tVintctinrr "b'nlted households, good moth- m. "A Hemon." Mid a cavernous voice, ers of families, good citizens, abound the safeguards of our fathers and rush m k "what N the meaning of this caprlceT with us." ing into tne anairs ot Europe. What of tho box olllce money, the exHe proceeded to cite examples. Mile. The situation is a deplorable one if penses of the programmes nml the ml-Vnlerle, n child of the stage, who was not alarminu: as is also our domestic itlxeincliM? You know ns well as I the support of her parents; M, mid affairs dominated by gigantic Trusts. redo that we are nt the end of our Mine, tlwhnray, models of conjugal ten- aLPFm : r. rr ine evns are not 01 spontaneous sources nml that our last venture was derness out' mnj nil held their hearts sal--. gTowth I They are the result of years Don't try your Mile. Man In their hands nnd never refused a n f.illure. of labor and exnendtture of millions on us, my gooil fellow. V.'e play to- service or kindness to a comrade, never ' cf doljarsl Beginning with the dis-night !" refused to do n good work, a good ac"Itut am you not understand? I tion. pi.ikcmcm ui iuucriLan silver tor English gold, the cunning of Enghave not a cnssoclsl" gasped the un"Is nn actor ever to lie seen on the happy Artemoii. letting Ills arms fnll culprit's stool except for debt?" said land's diplomacy in shaping the desWilli itejectloii. the comedian, bringing his warm pantiny apparent to tf any of our Republic is seeking the "Cannot n cassock lie Improvised egyric to a close. "It Is true we nre, ordinary observer n cloak of one for the most pint', nivlng grasshoppers, with n black dress and true inwardness of events. WE ARE GIVING THIS of tho Imllos?" hazarded Iloch.iry. and grasshoppers have not nny more The Cincinnati Enquirer has fre"The ladles are much tin) short nml chance today than they' had In Iji BEAUTIFUL CATALOG quently called attention to each and slight." groaned Artemoii, who re- fontnlue's time." every move as it was transpiring, and AWAY TO OUR joiced In mi Imposing corpulency. The words were spoken with disduring the campaign of 1900 will "As for me, 1 hne only the flgaro couragement, owing to tho ImmovabilCUSTOMERS. . present its readers with a truthful costume, 1'eruvlan pantaloons nml thn ity of the cure. As ho spoke the actor ' array of facts that will be extremely black coat for Pierrot and n Mowered arose ami brushed his hat with gloomy i interesting and morning gown," said thu manager pen-s- i energy. A shoe that misfits at the startling. I w ly. No American, be he start will fit worse by wear. "Well," hu sighed, "wo olono shall "' r heaven's sake, ladles, nld us pass a sad Christmas while all tho Republican, Democrat or of other Ultra shoes fit like political faith, can afford at this critical wlfi your suggestions! We must play world besides will be blithe and hapshoes, because they are tli piece nt any cost." py. M. le Cure, pardon me for having time to ignore the truth. Partisan modeled ou lasts formed from The situation wns critical for tin tnken up so much of your time." I prejudice, with the Trusts as dictators, the human foot. That's why pipir artists, whose present tour hail He turned toward tho iloor. is a far more degrading slavery than they are always comfortable and i far from successful. The lead-inThe old priest aroused himself. that which existed previous to the Civil retain tfceir shape when others to gallop at man then propo-e- il called In n loud voice, "Jeanne." ho War of '61-6- 4. fail. full stieoil tu thu neighboring city, but full or tho exaltation of triumphant ' Trusts in the United States alone suggestion wuh not deemed prac- charity, "bring me nt once my new this have a representative capital greater HAVE YOU SEEN THE ticable. than all the gold and silver in the "What Is to be done? There Is not "Ah. M. le Curo!" exclaimed the actor, NEW SHOE world. These will spend many more one garb of the required kind among overcome by tho unexpected succesi millions of dollars to suppress truth FOR WOMEN? the properties of this accursed hole, and pressing the priest's hands with efand facts and mislead all who fail to n pouted Iloebnry In an outburst of fusion. l'.ok beyond their plausible decep-tnn- s. lmH)tetit rage. As Jeanne entered with the cassock Read the Enquirer and you Suddenly Artemoii struck his fore- upon her arm In great folds tho priest head violently, and his vntlru bearing rebuked her fur loitering. will be able to discern the truth and denoted a genuine lnilrntlou. "Now bring me my shoes with the combat falsehood. A victory for "Ah, my friends." ho exclaimed, In silver buckles. Utin quickly! Why, a Trusts and the McKinley Adminisn Mike full of emotion, "what n wild snail would go us fast. Is It not so, tration in 1 goo will end the era of hoH-- ! So much the worse. I will at- M. Actor? And n hat aleo you must greatest good to greatest number. tempt thu adventure. It Is our only have a hat." waicn careiuuy tne hope of Hiihalloii." "What?" said Jeanne, shuddering. Cincinnati Enquirer. In 11 few words ho explained. "Are you going to lend your clothes to to my nnn, my son!" ex- - the theater, M. le Cure your new vUAAAafj. CO YEARS- claimed M. llochnry, extending his jou, who will bold mass at midlegs with enthusiasm. night" ov goli,iin at tbe "Truly. I do not nsk so much," proAnd Artemoii rim off to finish his sh:ilng, to don his black frock coat tested Artemoii, confused, while the mid then direct his steps to the cure's. cure laid tho cassock on bis nrm. "An i Happily for thu actor, .lemiuo wns old cassock would serve my puriose. I nl vse nt putting the last touches on the beg that jou will nqt deprlvo yourchurch decorations and It was one of self." Yon ran Iimt Iry t.nJ, lotMru lVit. Mioes Trade Marks iwi1 HirnUliIng Hits DCSI0N3 thu chorus children who Innocently '.What nre you thinking?" replied M. fnxnl ami Ca, UiH.' anl fur Onii imt Ufin, Nw is your Copyrights &c. opened the door of the rectory and In- Iimler. "Beneath the robes my cas- time tu supply ymirv-I- omt femll; wrh Anrnno rending a afcetch and dpacrlptlnn mar troduced the visitor Into the room sock will not be freen, while yours will our opinion freo whether an qnlcklr InTentlim I probably PHlentabln. wheru thu good cure wns terminating be. so to say, under lire, and If the confidential. Handbook on I'atcnta palenta. for nt free, oldest his ilut otloiiK. At the sight of this ap- rents were viewed It would bo n pity. WINTER : GARMENTS, ajvd.il notice, without clurco.aecunna; lo. recelTe I'atcnta taken tbrounh Munn A In the parition M. liecame Ilxcd upon The Abbe Constnntln must not call Ids sent like 11 statue. His good, rosy, forth ridicule." Scientific lor lra iiKnfjr llisu pier loiye visage, usually calm, wns now Hush"How can we ever prove our grati- all anil taLr ibfailauiai.-- lf re Come one. rail- - i irvat A hundsomelr IlIastrafM we(t. I j ree- t ir ed to thu roots of tils thin, whltu hair, tude?" said tho nctor, his eyes nctually H1I11K on al Hi Hariri Mcie. Wu will vtttt pft mint Inn of rir ncltntltlo loumnl. Ternm. j htbjall newtvtwUers. ypurt fnnrmontbt, IL .urn Mil .''-'- I nii.i.y Ml I'll J ' f'll. . f cup at you nnd lustlnctUely bu clnsiKtl his book llllcd with tears, and he reiterated his an liuy mur ouis lor ciial II r,'ali York MUNNctCo.36'8"'-Neto his breiifct. thanks until he had crossed thu threshFt . WahlDton. 1). I Irsnrb " . Meanwhile Milan's Instrument bowed old of the dour. "My dear fellow," said tho curo in deferentially. STORG. trembling voice, fearing to appear "No, M. ! Cure." he cald; "It Is not alms we tisk. Lend us simply Jour to place a price upon his kindness, "go TbeCl.etit frtoieln thetounlrr. Is "How annoyme, fei'ow! There hn leeii some mistake, mademoiselle. MnilcinoUdlo," ho called despairingly to Jeanne, who hml turned nway with n majestic nlr, "are )oii suru Hint yo'j theater 1 I I W MB a1H MM fusel-notrs- l. 1 IE Arte-mnn- )H Wk A m MiTKTV P3" S". 1 1 pen-me- n ilr d nmile-to-ord- ,: lit J. McRoberts1 ens-Koc- k Grpat ciearingsale RACKET STORE. (. 'JUJTaHIJH Commnnlca.-tlonaatrlctam-nc-r juncrican. vhlli-lhl- a RiZCKET ns quickly ns possible, accomplish Our fcercturnnl If wefall. Any oneaendine (Vetch and descriitiou of any imciillon ill promptly receive our opinion free concerning ' jutcntability of same. " llow to Obtain a fcent Uii reijuest. latents aecurnl .! Illie tu aihxttlwvl for sale at our expense. When, tho gloriously Illumitaken out IhroueU ua receiie a;ierfa( nated nltar, the good pastor extended rioler,ithoutcharBe.inTiiB 1'atunt KtcoKii, his arms lovingly nbove tho crowd nil illustratetl ami widely circulated journal, II mjt .iiaiiiiidiiiiiri. auu iiivrlurs km cling before him, ho trembled with .uuiuiiiu aample copy FACE. Addte.s, Send for Joy to perceive, nt the lower end of the VICTOR J. EVANS & CO. what you havu to do and return when thu performance Is over to attend tho midnight mass. The good fiod will thin bu satisfied with you, and I nlso." On this evening Arteinon fairly vibrated with emotions, surpassing himself le his acting. (f'jtcnt Attorneys.) lateral aisle, among the workmen nnd WASHINGTON. Inborersa group of men and women Cvins Bulldlne, with weary faces and varied who lioweil their heads re- - ' D. C m ..liii'r'i'ii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii' '- -. l- J 'Iron mrnJcd , a mi CTYLKHI. in:i.lALl: - All'l IM'IO. ' : J: ;C -- Matthew. Where Mutthew, whero Is Tutor's ineelinnlciil horse V" A ul MiiiiIi.mv, with his fHt face IIiihIiciI mid frainoil In the onr laps of his tap. ill veil iluun Into the IichhI of the Imperial, which wits lullateil like luilloon, ami wllhilruw packages nml N Hiv new miifTV 11 the ilrher. 'Ijite, as usual. botes. "Coine. Matthew, tho abbe's new cassock," said .leaime. "Matthew, have jnu my cassock?" suddenly crliil from a window In thr Hotel tin Irutinhlii 11 man wlirf tlUplay-11- I n fueo enereil with soap, n napkin arni'tid his neck ami n shnvlng brush In Ms hmiil. The drlwr lutroiluceil his arm anew Into I ho hood nml after n careful Tiiri'li dnw forth two parcels of size. "Hero Is something for you, Mile, Jeanne. And here, M. Artemnii, Is all that was given me for M. Iloclmry's company," And from the top of tho dlllgeiico he held out n long, narrow caul but to the comedian, who leaned forward to recele It. In Its nerlal transit tho cocr, which had been badly tied on, fell to the ground, and a wig of yellow Imlr was caught by Arteinun on the wing, like n Hag float' ing In llio wind. "Ilettlnn's wis!" exclaimed tho ex"llottlim's wig and not cited actor, my enssock, tho cassock of the Abbe Constantln. Where tho dovll luno you put It. rnscnl?" "On my word of honor, 1 have nothing rUe." asserted Matthew, displaying his empty bauds. m) r. ricj.- b I railing - j : IV .- - , jjftfL 7ACv I - V "LnillUrANVI'KICils: r 'J n nr1y li, i"ll.al .trO1CI?33MK'J3BiiBHLMB null lflivtl ktrp mmyi I flU mitil St kit tbrm ktAtl -2- ?c?k ' rt jl; - TUB .McCALl'cOMPANY, . .; 138 to NOW. Mill Stuet.Ntw York jC 3: rruvril orru ra I S S: 189 Plllli Ave., Chicago, and ioji .Market 5t., bin lianclaco. ; :s ,' PS CAUL'S,sSUkt IIM CTV . llri;liuit Maiatlno S M.SAIIME iJxlLr uilMaaSSSSSar Published ;? J I ( ;. . Ir. tj :.- J . i'irtru y v urn Patternf, I'iikli- - fc ri a 1 ir in tmagailnelnavtrr liul pifiniuin, for lailfl 1, Wma I r ttituaand oiatr panic k r ',k 0101, only .10c. liar itar, ' ng.i'lt KKIall.ro. t HfiJi.lul Colored l'latn. lo 146 V. 14II1 St., Nw York 'w'"W.V.,.V.,.WfVWA,VWVWvVVf n - TIIKNcCALUCO.. lint oIco of Vulorlo kui with warmth thu "Christinas of by n harmonium. Ailuni," Wlui tin it uiu) liuvu been tliolr pant, or whatsoever thu future inlht lmvo In Htoru for for that hour at loiifct ii rny of (ioil'rj graco hut! llUml the speaker anything. tliolr biiuls, rooullluj; tho sweet nml "Hut," he groaned, looking plaintive- holy ri'iiit'iiilinuifes of their chllilliooil. ly ut Artemoii, "en 11 you not choose wI'e:u-ou earth unit good will toanother plc-- rather than expose a ward men! IIoMiiua In tho hlshcst!" servant of Mod tit thu ilsk of uch a The AMie iJiiuler, In an ecntusy of Fiicrllege nnd 11U0 to risk perverting mercy mill love, raised hla dazzled of those disputed to be the eyes touanl tho vaulted roof and to beo at thin bacix'd inouieiit, Artemoii approached him confidenauione the ijulverlnt' wlut's of tho tially. anil thu bpurklu of thu Hutu, tho "You see. M. lo Cure, you bavo never luminous smile of the Saviour who attended the theater." walUed iiK)ti thu roads of Ha mu rl a and "Hut well, certaluly not," replied Galilee, Buriouuiled by tho miserable thu abbe, startled by the very Idea. and worthies, and whoso feet tho sin "It U for that very reason that you ful woman hml wiped with her golden regard It an a place of evil. Why, tbe hair. San Prurclsco Call. wi-titlii-m- . " uu-ec- "Alas. M. le Cure." replied Arteinon, with simplicity, "wo must eat ou that utght. ns on any other!" M. Liimler wns touched to the heart by this reply. "Poor fellow!" The bold of the good priest was llllcd with grief. Ho felt too unhappy to refuse "Pardon me, M. le Cure," continued the nelor, slightly embarrassed, but not the less ilc'criiilued. "It would not be the first time religion has lout Its aid to the drama Do uu recall tho celebrated mjsterles of thu middle ages? Moreover, I wns educated In a seminary, nml It was theio I was led to adopt the In playing the role of vocation of Athullo for tho fete of thu superior." .M. I.amler, without being disarmed. looked again at the actor with now Intercut. If this unhappy man had followed a bad calling, his point of departure had ut least been good. Ills hen it could not, thercfoie, bo corroded thiuugliout, and perhaps It would bo mslblo to point out to him thu error "WnATf AKR VOU GOINO TO LEXO TOUH of his ways. CLOTIIKS TO TIIK TIlLATLKf" "How conies If," said the nlibe, with iiuder tlio lienedletlon. Tho you play ou Christ-iiir.- s piwr people linil nlso urrmiKi-i- t n llttlu bitterness, "that ove?" mil pi he for tliolr bviicfnctor, anil tho r M Four Fast Trains TO... r'Clr.CINNATl Toledo, Detroit MICHIGAN AND CANADA POINTS 4 trains cwry ttkday, trains on Sunday. llillman and Wagner Sleepera en riiRlit traiim. Yetilulnt Tailor Cura on day trama. : itwa3 rzvXr IMClHrUtl 4 traltu vcry week day to INDIANAPOLIS! to CHICAGO 3 tiMiru en Suiidty Vcktlbultii t'alua, SUnlail a I C wrm-t-nr1'- -. Slieping La lir l:ra, um lafiT.n i t ra. 'Rif.iiiiuTen ajaftftVuriitiu , "rW Mfcj&i Florida9 Havana Solid trains, finest in the South, Cincinnati to Jacksonville dally via the Queen and Crescent and connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, AMaml or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. The Train Service Is per feet In detail. Past sched" ules, 24 hours to Jackson ville, 54 hours yrBaw y fftwffy VB-f-w.HAVANA - ,iv- - Cincinnati Havana. to .aijaJANllACO nmtltoir'aJl.' HRCLa- - Jit W.O.R.USOH u.v .i . Ciaclantl. I CHURCHES MIDDLEBUR6. AND PREACHERS. A now tclephono lino ta bolnir built between Mt. Ollvo and Yosemlto. Tho recent heavy rain has enabled tho Hour rallt to bogln o)orationa. Mr. Mitchell Taylor has moved his mill from Yosemlto to Rush Hranch. will make a canvass of tho Prof. coutfty next week In bohalf of Middle burg Academy. Jnmes Godby, who has been clerking here, rcturued o his homo at Uelbel Hideo this week Tho commissary of Mitchell Taylor has closed business, Miss Helen Sharp, of Yosemlle. purchasing tho stock. Tho Dfth Sunday meeting will take place at the Baptist church on Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 30th and 3lst. q Tho boys celebrated Taylor's with anvil blasts and shouts Saturday night. No sorloua injury result- Mr. Wldoncr has glvon $2,000,000 to tho city of Philadelphia to establish and maintain a homo for crippled chil- dren. 0(f Tho business meeting mentioned In our last was Intended for tho Hubblo Christian church, Instead of tho Stanford. It will bo at 10.30 and all tho members nro requested to bo present. Col. Alexander Wllllamon, a Mexican war vctoran and Confederate spy, who has been an Infidel during his long llfo of 75 years, confessed Christ as his Goodc, I). O. town lot Hal, Jcflcrson S 00 13 acres Helm,, Tlios. Hrs. town lot Humphrey, Morgan (N H) 81 acres Klrkpalrlck, Mrs K tty (Kill) 20 A Lrinham, Mrs J F. (N It) town lot Murphy, Mrs Goo. (N U) town lot Manuel, I) F. 5 acres I'opc, Goo. (N K) town lot Robinson. Hoot, town lot lingers, Mlko 2 acres.. Reynolds, R. L. town lot Scholocta, Herman 25 acres Vaught. H. W.gacre STANFORD COUHF.tt. Dai cy, Dick Hrs. 41 ncre. -- 100 ncre. 83 Austin, P.. B (N It) Altliouo, FrciMX It) 00 acres....- 4 05 5 30 Itastln. Joe (11 acre 3 05 Bastiu, M. I 2 43 Haatln, 8. L. (N It) SI acres Hrs (N It) 125 acres 100 Itatln Greenup 43 ncre lis u ch. 4 25 llaugh, It. 1 22 acres 180 ItaURh, J. II agt.Mitmey Hrs 01 A 2 12 o jo Bland. II. L 71 acre Brltchley. Herman (N It) 60 acres 220 Brlndl, M. C. 40 acres t BrcM.iT, Andiew 40 acres t J Btialer, Janper 40 seres " 3 05 3 05 3 05 200 UP-TO-DAT- E HORSES. 200. wrlt.ell)llied l Tlir only genuine anil linnmlii Kentucky. of limlnee. and pleneitte 145 3 05 The Old Reliable Maple Park Kindergarten, Danville, Ky. 30-3- 1, 185 2 25 3 45 Twenty-Thir- d Sale Jan. Feb. 1 & 2, 1000 210 105 widen my I hope, after .riling .00 borer.. enupM with Imnwt. uprljlit ileallni;. wilt flmt-cla.- e men aell lirm T is lwil tilaeo on 120 Urce circle of imtnui.. Wliv do all price., n.e ..fsst I AULCONKll, I)aiii.lc uv cli lior.es. tho U-.- t buyer., the T" K. P. 120 .tACTiOS, Write for term, anil entry l.lsnk. olec-Xlo- ed. Mr. John Wesley has exchanged farms with McCleland Wheat and has moved to his now home near Mt. Sal--c- m. Messrs. Cornelius and Harvey Royal, tvand wlvea, of Washington county, mrc tho guests of Willie Lucas, of this place. Tho series of raootlngs conducted by Uov. Johnston, of Wllmoro, resulted In four sanctiBcatlons. Tho meeting closed Sunday evening. Hon. Henry Taylor left Monday for Frankfort to glory In tho success of his namesake, tho governor. Miss Lula Adams will make her homo with her elstor, Mrs. Clay McWhorter, of this place, until after the holidays. Mr. W. G. Gilpin and family, con- Saviour at Cynthlana Christian church Sunday. Ho was postmaster at Cynthlana beforo tho civil war, and said In his confession that all thoro know his dccldod agnosticism, that It was somo three years ago that ho was stricken with partial paralysis as ho sat writing a letter to his cousin, Mrs. Clara Brown, of Cincinnati, and this had tho effect of bringing him to accept Christ as his Saviour. m A beautiful supplement with elgh handsomo Illustrations of the Kentucky Houses of Reform was Issued on Friday by tho Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL, whoso editor la one of tho board having In chat go tho founding and erection of these Institutions for tho rerorra Tho labor of of youthful prtsonors. lovo of noble men and women composing tho board has been crowned with names should bo Inscribed beneath tho governor's on a success. ... Their tablet In tho administration building. Richmond Climax. sisting Big Mr. Gilpin, In company with Taylor, will go to Williamsburg next week. He will bo engaged in the timber business there. Mr. George Dryo has accepted a position In Mt. Vernon and tho fam ily moved 10 their new home this week. We regret to lose iucb good neighbors. Mr. Dryo will bo engaged In the lumber business. Jason Wesley left Monday to assist his brother In the drug business at Mt. Vertion, where be will bo employed until after the holidays. Prof. Moore will make a trip to Alabama next week, Uncle Jim McWhorter attended tho Inauguration at Frankfort. LIVELY CITY. ANDERSON, Ind., Dec. 12. As I sit tonight beside tho 11 reside) In deep meditation my mind drops back to homo and friends, and as the hour for retiring haa not yet arrived, thought I would write you a few brief lines, glv- iag you a description of our city. Anderson Is beautifully situated on Whlto river and directly on the Big Four R. R., liS miles Northeast of Louisville. It is a great manufacturing city for tho size of it. There are 33 different plants here and still there are more going up The streets are simply beautiful and are kept very clean, scraped every day with a revolving machine und when it seta full the dirt is dumped on the etreet in piles and a wagon follows and hauls it to the river where it is thrown in. The streets aro broad and paved with brick Bet up edge wuys. The court-hou- se Is a beauty, erected at a cost of $150,000. I live near one common school building that cost $20,000. A groat many religious denominations are represented here. Tho finest church bulldlug is tho Catholic und am told It cost over $80,000. The next Is the Methodist, a very fine building. Anderson Is on a boom, peoplrt aro Cocking In from all parts, vacant bouses arc very scares and rent high, ranging from $9 to $15 per month, not Including your gas bill, which amounts to $3 50 to 4 per month. Everything Is run by gas here, all of tho plants and private houses. Wo also havo a Belt Line R. U. running around tho city In a circle; also a street car lino that could almost be compared to perpetual motion, us It goes day and night all tho time. And upcaklng of plums tho lurgest hero is tho nail works, which employs 500 bands. Tho pay roll every two weeks amounts to $3,000. Thuro are five or six printing otllccs bcro and two dally papers, I do not find any of them uo Interesting to mo as tho I. J., my old homo paper. I will try and see If I can got tome subscribers out hero. Wm. A. Lewis, ing their home with Mitchell Taylor. of his wife and Gvetchlldren, of Sandy. Tenn.. are at present mak- News from Manchester says thut in fight there between tho Wllders and a Whitakers, John Wilder was shot through tho neck and fatally wounded. The report says that tho difficulty began between John Wilder nnd one of tho Whitakers, a Manchester barber. Dempsey Wilder, the father of John, next Interfered and the shooting began. A largo pistol ball passed through John Wllder's throat and neck, but It Is not certain who fired the shot, as some think it wa his tathcr. Ho can not recover. . p $10.70 to Chicago and return via the Monon route. For the Cbrlstraas ana New Year holidays tickets will bo sold by the Monon route to all points on and reached by Its line, at one ana fare on Dec. 23, 21. 25, 30, 31 and Jan. 1st, limited to Jan. 2d. Tho rate from Louisville to Chicago aud return will be $10.70. Full particulars and time folder containing map will bo cheerfully furnished on application to E. H. Bacon, D. P. A , Louisville, Ky. one-third m T "JO IVirM 10O acres bfliwd Ulrera tint no Then Ilucklen'a Arnica Ndte cured hini. Lure Skin Feloni, Cut. Hrulsen, llurni, llolls, on earth. Coma, cent a Croucher, Jan. 2 acres Kruptlona lkt Ille cure Dan (N 111 50 box. CureBuaranteeJ. bold bjr I'enny, Pruggtst. Daugherty, . gade of tho Black Watch. Tho Boers WHITE were strongly Intrenched and tbo BritMrs. Susan 20 acres to fall back to Modder Anderson, ish were forced Ballard, Win. 50 acres river. Burgner, Ju las 00 acres ItED HOT FROM 'lHBOL'S Broughton, John 30 acres wm )iAidii that hit (1. R Mtadnian. ofNew cauwd horrible Cliclcr Hrs town lot ark. Mlch.in theCitll Wr It year. fur ,, Gen. Methuen met with serious verses at Mugersfonteln, near Modder river, on Monday. Several hundred of his men were killed or wounded.among the dead being Gen. Wauchope, In command of tho famous Highland Bri re- Hall, Ollio 1 ncre IMggs, Krnbry town lot Bruce, Al-- I acre Caldwell, Billy town lot Craig. Fleming 1 acre "balance"... 01 Carr. Harriet (N R) 10 acres.......... Depaw. Harry 10 acres Embry, Mlttown lot -Embry, Mrs Belle town lot Ellla, Q. B iacre -- o Francis. Tom 20 acres Glvens, Mrs. Anthama town lot...- - 3 18 2 20 Gtrens. Aron 10 acres 5 30 Givcns, Mrs. Ann town lot - 2 05 Goodo, Frank town lot 1 21 Goode. Will 20 acres "balancs" 20 Green town lot Gill, 2 07 Green, Will 5 acres -W Gardnor, Joslah 10 ncre - --'W Han.ford, Bob, Sr town lot 1S Hays, Will 1 aoro 5 24 Helm, Geo 15 acres 3 2t Helm, Harrison 2 town lots - 2 85 Hocker, Joo town lot 1 85 I locker, Anderson town lot 20 acres- - 10 43 Hickman. Munroe 1 76 Hill. Wiatt3 - 4 51 Will 2 town lots Jones, James, Henry town lot - 100 Jones, Mrs Mariah towu lot 220 Innn. Sum P. ) acre 2 32 Lackey J W 71 acres 4 24 Lackey. Will town lot 2 SO Lackey, Tom 2 acres 0 60 Lee, Sank 1 aero 4 21 Lillard Hrs town lot 5 30 ) town lot Mldd eton, Geo. 4 71 McAlUtcr, Joo town lot 2 (15 Myers. Jess town lot 3 71 Mornn, Dock town lot 2 12 Owsley. Geo. town lot 4 Co Richardson. Will 1 acre 2 20 8mlth, Robt 2 acres 181 Stewart, Lee 1 acre 7 73 Situs, Sam (N U) 2 acre 2 80 ; Him1", Tom 47 acres 2 20 Simpson, Kills 3 acres 0 22 TarAif!, Dr. W. I) town lot 3 12 town lot Tucker Hrs 183 Vinson, Frank 1 acre 2 20 Withers. Dick 2 tjc es 2 07 Whitley. Dave 2 acres Whitley, Ijgin 10 acres "balance" 1 6G Whitley. Candacy (N It) town lot. . 2 12 1 00 Whitley, Geo town lot 01 Woods, Shelby (N It) 4 acres U- - Carter, I.iao town lot Clift, C. M. 2 acres 1 47 Clilnman.Mri M. E. (N R) 150 1 8tJ Cain, C. W. (N It) 75 acres " Camden, J L 31 acre 2 8n Camden, Mrs. S A. 0(1 acres is Cooley, Mrs. Sallle 4 acre., 1 17 Curtis, F. B. 25acres -- ' A 2 50 2 40 4 27 t 80 u"" "''" ' Christmas Presents! l.t To Suit Every One. The Hot Assortment of 280 2 45 3 05 218 Ever brought lo Stanford Wo GIVE AWAY this year to the lucky ono Uiwiuo Head, Kid Hotly Doll, now on tliplny nt a HnnuVnmc " i- 10 15 4 40 Durst, S S. (N It) 180 acres Fan condcry, J. M. (N 11) 30 acres 1 46 Ferguson, N. J. (N R) 150.acres. .. 3 05 Gotlbey, Jas. Jr. (N It) 36 acres. . . 1 00 Griffith, W I). (NR) 180 acres.... 6 50 Grabansky, Fred (N It) 100 acres. . 2 45 2 05 GaMlu, Levi F. (N It) 0 acres 220 Gallia, John 30 acres 1700 Gunn, W. A. 030 acres 2 20 Graham, E. W. 25 acres Deliney.J. M. (08-0- 0) 162 acres... IrccI Craig & Hooker's. Every purchaser ol n Doll Gooch, Russel 70 acres Harris, JC. 70acrw Hicks, Dive 30 acres Jacobs. Hugh 43 acre 215 ENTITLED TO ONE CHANCE. Julian, J. II. (NR) 100 acres 4 15 2M 2 05 2 50 GEO. H. FARMS tiAvr.- - k CO., ! Jeflrcys Hrs. 00 acres - .. Jackley,J.(NR)40acre Jedamilck, Gusta (N It) 60 acres.... Jedarazlck. WIU 8. 60 acres Kamensky, Will SOacres Kiutlgsn, Mike (N It) 82 acres Love, Jas. T. 40 acres Leech, W A. 10 acres Mullens, S S (N R) 82 acres Mcllareue. Wm. Heirs 474 acres... McMullens, Ben A Hayden OOacrcs Neoclas A Bohbitt 1 acre ) 60 acres Oaks, Wm Sr. .'. -- . lMe. .1.(1. 40 acres l'ratl, B M (N It) 183 acres I'etrev, Eugeno 22 acres Rldnc'r, W. M. (N R) 100 acres Smith, Jas 100 acres Smith, Frank 40 acres Serber, M O. 1 acre Serber, S. F. 18 acres Spcigle. Jacob 122 arrcs Sneic e. Chitlne (N It) 105 acres...- Tubbs, Saml. (N 11) 125 acres Wheeler, J. W. (N It) 127 acres... Walls. Richard 8 acres Williams. Susan 100 acres Youne. Abner B. 30 acres (StS-00- 100 125 3 10 3 05 acs 365 2 00 4 05 2 50 3 05 2 00 1 25 05 3 05 2 65 0 85 3 45 2 60 5 25 2 60 1 05 3 45 3 30 4 85 3 03 3 05 1 90 Christmas Goods Galore Ilumlsonioht Line of Lamps ami Clunawari' over brought to town. fJggT Everything Good to Eat. (OS-W- James Frye's Christmas Bargains. The tmt impropriate gift 1 a uteful article, A Lap Robe, Moquette Rugs, A Pretty Carpet or Matting, A Suit of Clothes, Neck Ties, JANES FRYL, Hustonville, Ky. 245 3 30 UK) 05 1 25 1 00 Hu.pendera. n Pair of Nice !lim'. ."tjIMi Hat or Kaney 8IIU Vr.1. or nv Vlnil of Wearing Apparel. Talilo Miien. Aiv. nil of wlildi I livo nt theolU price rrganllewi of recent advance. IVTay your account unit Ret jour day. gueaM-- s on Hie fowlng Machine Uhrlaima WAYNKsntfUH COI.OREU. Boone, Dmlel 3 acre Bell, Mariah Heirs 10 acres Gayles, Francis Heirt Shanks, Ameri'Mis 10 acres HUSTON VI LLE IMS WHITE. T. NO. 4. 1 1 CKAB ORCHARD DIST. NO. 2. j 0 40 310 2 35 3 18 3 491 3 40 1 21 acre e m faro via the Queen & Crescent Route Dee. 22d to 25th, nnd Dec. 30th to Jan. 1st. Tickets aro good to return Jan. 4th. To points North of Ohio river return limit is Jun 2d. W. C. Rlneareon, Gen. Pass. Agt., Cincinnati, O. Holiday Rates. U smaller craft. A very heavy gale swept Lake Erlo for two days doing great damage to the Sheriff $ Sale 8TH, 1900. 4p M FOR TAXES. MONDAY, JAN. Detwcen the hours of 0 a. m , and court-hous- e door in Stanford, Linat the coln county. Ky., I will expose to the htghebl bidder for cash Iu hand to pay the State and County Taxes for the years shown opposite the names, tho following property, or so much thereof as may he This list necessary to pay said taxe will be published" onco a week for four weeks and the names will disappear as soon as tho tax and cost are paid. Cost A momentus question has been com of advertising il 50. Time and apace for promised tbo social precedence of bid iu from publishing all, but another Geo. Miles and Dewey, and It has list will appear In four weeks. been solemnly announced that while NO. 1. Admiral Dewey outranks Gen. Miles WIIITK by two numbers, on olllclal occasions Acton, Joo (N KjOO acres $ 1 20 when the army and navy appear us a Adams, Mrs. Nancy, towu lot - 3 12 orps, the handsome commander of tbo Bahiier, Peter 110 acres - 5 05 army will lead his forces In advance of Bourne, W. T. 14 acres - 3 30 the bcro of Manila. When two ofllccrs Burns' Hrs. 10 acies 5 00 appear as Individuals, the admiral will Brady, J.I) 20 acres 4 05 be the guest of honor. In regard to Brady, L. I), town lot - 2 15 the ladles tho same proposition will Barnes, Mrs Duck town lot - 2 70 hold good. am Brummet, John W. (03.90) 3 acres- - 6 50 llltAVi: MEN FALL Cook, W. It 60 acres 3 30 VlcUina to itouiacu. liver and kUuejr trouble! aa 2 65 t)l aa women, and all leel the reaulta la low of Collier, Mart town lot the lpUle, ivlwn iu tired,blool. Iml'KmU0( ncrvoui Carrier, Mrs. S'eve towu lot 2 76 lteadju.be aud IuiImu, ruunlrn foellng. mj, there's 2 15 n"i to Ind. that. IJuien to J. Collier, G. A. town lot ilul (Jardntr,no Idavllle,(eel likeHo 'Llectrlc W. mi: - 2 80 UiUrnareJiul the thing for a mau when be It all Carter, W. V. town lot ruadowu. suddou'lear whether he 111 t or die. Cooley, Ben 20 acres 2 80 Jldld wore tOKlie uie new atreogthI aud good a ctn now eat Crumley, Wiu. 3) acres audi than anything I wuld take. - I (X) and M'ltiuw leaaeoa life.'' Only W ujrthluir 3 75 cuiuat 1'enur'a Drugbtore. tier bottle guar. Cook, L. B. 3) acres Cieawery & Co 2 18 2 05 A Now Jersey woman has been cured Denbam.T J. 25 acre 2 43 of paralysis y lympth from the throut Dehouec, George town lot 7 3'J Feniel, Mrs. lthoda town lot xf u mountain goat. stanfouddIst. Dyehouse, Wm lacre 100 acres Fsrris, Frazier, Robt 50 seres Griltia, G C UW acres Harris, I. II 50acres Hutchison. W. O. town lot Haggard, Hattie A. 20 acres Haggard, Squire 35 acres Kldd.II. 10 acres King, Bill 1 acre ,. Lawrence, Ja. T. 1 acre Lynch. James 30 acres Lurmford, J. L. 05 acres Miller, W. S.5'i acres Maud, Clus. 10 acres Neudike, John 50 acres Noakf.A. II. lacre Noaks, Elizabeth 60 acres Otienhclm Chceiu Factory 1 aero. l'arigan, Robt. 103 acres I'etrev. Adam, Jr. 2 acres Reynolds, J. L 65 acres Rogers, John 35 acres Rogers, D. M. 00 acres Rogers. Jas. 11J acres Rogers. Tom 00 acres RoberlH, Mrs. Amanil 1 238 acres. ... h, Smith, Mr America E. 100 Geo. 20 acreb Stewart, A. T. (N It) 23? acres.... Stewart, E. (N It) 250 acres Sowder. John 3o acres Stewart, F. l'.5J acres Tankcrsley, T. J. 5 acres. Tankcrsley, Adam 2 acres. Tbompboo, W. 1J. on acre Whltt, Louis (N R) 71 acres acres-Smit- 4 02 5 20 2 80 4 00 2 80 3 71 70 100 2 50 1 00 4 02 100 13 80 23 215 3 80 25 123 1 0 40 m 100 llfsrOSVILI.Kl'OLOltKII. 1135 2 30 Atdever, Clias 14 acres..., 3 03 Bright, W. M. 0 acres 2 80 Bright, Sim 2 acres 6175 Bright, Hatty (N It) 11 acres 5 10 Bright, John 30 acre 125 Brown, Geo, 1 aero 205 Brown, Tinsley tnwn lot 2 40 Bunlett, John 31 acres 2 45 Burton, Jim town lot 2 40 Bailey, Lo wis town lot acres 2 80 Caldwel', Kphralm 190 Cloyd, Jerry 8 acres 251 Cloyd, JolmSr. lacre Cooper, Wm town lot.... Hanrad Sucres 1 53 Dealherldge, Givens, John 11 acres CRAllOllCllAHl) COLQUCII. Gooch, Sam 4 acres.., 02 Chas. 20 acres Carson, Given., Andereon town lot 8 35 Ohadwell, Juu 3 acre Goode, Frank town lot 45 Campbell, Tiuy 11 acres., Uoode.lt. W. J acre 3 44 Campbell, Abo 20 acres Huffman, Cash 1 ncre 2 20 Deluney. Henry 3 acres. Huffman, Jerry 1 acre 2 20 Quest, Bill 1 acre Jarman, Dink 15 acres 189 Johueou, Henry Jarman, Dock ) aero 2 50 Hduiond 1 J acres.. Jones, James town lot... 180 Lyons, Harrison 1 arte. Ow.ley. Wea I acre.... 45 Smith. J. II. IN It) 21 acres Miller, J. W. 13 acres Sutton, W. T. 4 acres Mcttirmack, Geo. 5 acies McCorwack, Sam 3 acres Slunks, Vloseatowu lot i j l'oweil, Bun towu lot Umber. Sam2 acres 25 Porter. Kllii town lot uv.rh. Thos. 2 acres.. Shears. Thos. 3 acres Stenbenson. Harriaou i acre... WAYNKSBUBO DIST. NO. 3. Thomas, Joe town lot....... W1UTE Welch. Jim lacre 100 Yowell, Lee2acjxs AkT, J. W. 12 acres 3 05 Acton, Jas. A. (N lt)60.ci. M. OWEN, 310 Arnold, Altx 20 acres Anderson, Mrs. Minerva 4 itcrcs.... Bonder, Anton 25 acres Carney, J. A. 30 acres Cullman, W. D. 30 acres .... Dunn, I) W. town lot .... Daugherty, W. J. 43 acres., .... Deubaui, W. M. 32 acres ... Kstcr.S. 13 acres .... Faehoner, Mic 45 acres i... Fletcher, W. J A John 40 .. Gaddi, Will 5 acres .. . Oaddis, Lee 1 acre .... Good, T.J. 1 acre ... Garbery, Jas 10 acres ... Helm, A M. town lot Halloy, Geo. 10 acres Hill, Moses Hrs. i acres Konrader, John 27 acres Loran7o, Bcrney 00 acres Lyon, Jas town lot , J. M. 51 acres Xoel.S. 1300 acres Newnrin, 1M town lot I'iltuan, Albert 11 acre 1'reston, W. J. 2 acre Statan, J. W Hr 3 acres Schlocbter, Herman 05 acres Stringer, W. G. 25 acres Vaught, Dud 40 acres WlUon, Nancy IN R) town lot Mui-on- S5 00 5 2o 0 25 4a 3 15 2 75 2 &0 4 05 2 45 3 05 2 20 Raisins, Currants, Figs, Citron, Evaporated Peaches, Hominy Flake, Rolled Oats, Oatmeal Full Cream Cheese, Maeearoni, Apple lluttur and Honey. Sole agents for Chase tfc Sanborn's Celebrated Col-le- e. Try our Climax Lard, best in town. Phone Xo. 10 for any of above. NEW ou will 3 10 2 20 3 20 2 80 1 8o 2"80 2 30 2 10 2 35 3 05 3 70 HIGGINS & McKINNBY. fflTTry Grape Nuts. llkelt nnd 105 1 4 5 2 4 70 Texas I'acltlo Ko.id earned eross tbo 00 fourth week of November $155,530. 55 This truly Is u remarkablo showing for 50 335 tulles ot slniflo track oud and 20 breaks Its own record. 115 Tho Cincinnati, Now Orleans 2 2 20 3 10 2 80 2 00 0 10 1 45 Duncan N. Hood, son of thu famous Confederate general, craduuto of West l'olnt and colonel of a reclmont f Imn mune during tho war, Is uitd to bo tlirhtlni; ou tho sldo of tbo Doers lo South Africa. .ipanlsh-Amorlca- 210 4 40 WANTKH, WKANUSd 2 05 I know It, uinl I um pulling atralgbt fur 2 00 AND FII.l.li:S Al.SK. Edward Wilkinson's Babcr Shop 2 20 I will I at Ik SUl'le In Stanford on HVliira llrliiK them WhiTii I will lxi it Klmvo und a llalr Cut. lie 2 30 dar. lee. VII U, Iu bur a la thu allckr.t TutiMMolul Artlat In towu. II. W. I UllltV, UUin, t toliwn. 1 85 2 00 mile & Horse Colts You NeedShavingSir. 185 2 20 ?ULIC 105 2 00 2 15 1 00 m StucklioldcrH 9ffcctIuK lu-l- 0F HOCK AND C&O? lladughuiightprvix-rtyl- Pautllhi, I allien 100 lM,at 1 00 180 Saturday, December ani Foiled 23, A ini'i'tlrii; (if the atockhnldora of the 1'lrst Nullunitl lluukot rHuufiml will Ui ul thi'lr tmnklni! Iioumj tho second Tutmday In January, luuu, fur th purMiau of elrctlug It directors for tho enaulng ) ear JOHN J. McUOIIKUTS, Caahivr. Io, ........ Ij ........ S. S. L. C. A meeting of the stockholders of tho Na llmUmvlllo will be held at All brvd lo riUlerwl and hhjh.grtd l.ulli, 'i Poll- tlouul Hank of hou.o In goo.1 MIIW low., thflr lianklne lluatonvlllo the Slid 2 05 ed I'utbiW llrlltr Calies, 3 eitra Calf S mouth, Tuuaday In a Junuary, WOO, betaooa 0 and t t'ollod puruaiu Hull I u for the purpuao of electing nluu 2 70 old k, to acne thu euaului; ear. 2 05 Ewweu J. W IIUUKKIt, Oaahler. 120 105 2f5 audSyearaoldDtat Birin.a JBBtla,3 Jacka. 1,11 Ilred lolauihlu Frhiusrr aud March, of anlib 210 U)lt. U Hubblo'ailuaJaik, I i.lm ruddlt 175 u. Irid and a jtiar, old t NTlog, I hiuldl Mlllua, 2 20 Marahrod to Jack, ou hariula Corn iu I rib, lot of Millet Farming A meeting of the stockholders of tho Liu-co- in 176 llald liar, Harrow, aluuxl new, Uuiulla. nauilat; Cultivator uwd County National llauk of Htauford will 2 05 loi of Ulc t 1'bona Waiiou, 'AU Hbocka todd.r, 1 laat ataaon, lie held at their iNtnklui; house tho aocond 16 UUU' Cutilug lloi, I new Sliding Moa aud Tueadav In January, lVOU, for the eiua thluga not u.ullond ho. purpoM oll..r of electing lldlrtctora for therutulng ytar. 1,runn.adknowuoudijrfale, I J. U. OWILKV, Caihfor. It t U iNXf 0 15 1 00 Foiled Durham tbe turn of Tho. K Wood, near Mat wood, 10 brad tall at pul'lie u! lb lollowlui; ruwrly ot latlls, tta ol whliu art bUo-grailAngus Belferi, StocklioldcrN MccUii. Extra Good Grade StockholderH Meeting ll jlttsll iiali liawat i 1 i itSStawt ffi lln II Hmmi'.ft.-tli..:- - - iUuHtwl fcAv ;- -, ifc Mr kUu. ?.. ifcaUfa ii lafmi' i i'ii f i i Oasl ifnlr if rjMfeaV'