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Semi-weekly interior journal: December 19, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 sem1899121901_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: December 19, 1899 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SEMI-WEEKL- Y VOL. XXV11. HEWS OF THE VICINAGE. LAHWSTER. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. DECEMBER COLEMAN STILL LIGHT 1!). 1899, 9 A. M. .FOK- - NO. 84 HUSTONVILLE. Hon Anion Itawlinift, dead. MUi Flora Vanartlall died nl of Marlon, Dan-vlll- It o Ooo of Jesse Arnold' two horro teams hauled ten bushels of sand from yctterdav Samuel Acton, n l'ulatkl county distiller, died last week. Capt. Cal Dixon, for 27 year conduc-lo- r on tho Q.fcC, died atChattanooua. Albert Given, McKlnnoy, hat had hit pension raised from 13 to $10 a month, Tho PIncvllle company of Stato nuard, II. Clay Iltco, captain, was muttered In Satarday, 1. T. Coolcy hat been apiKilntcd poitmattcr at Abner. Adair rounty, and L. A. Cartcn at CartwrlRht, Clinton county. Mrt. Owont, mother of J. 1. Owcnt, died at Soraorft, ajrod OS. Mrt. W. S. Iljurne, another cood woman, alto died t'uere latt week. Martin Cox, law of tho 4th Kentucky regiment, wat thot and mortal ly wounded by. Win. Cox over a gamo of cardi. All llvo In Adair county. At Willlamtburu, Ed and Floyd Cb&dwrll woro acculttcJ of the cbareo of killing rionry Ilartford at Corbln and John Shotwell wat held to antwor In 13,000 bond. K. S. Montgomery, who wat born In Garrard, and lived a lone time In Hoylo. died at Frankfort, where hu had lived tlnce tho bcjrlnnloi? of tho Ilrad-le- y administration. Wbllo Mr. and Mrt. Sam Itoynoldt, of Jcttamloe county, wuro vltltliie; a neighbor Sunday, tbclr homo wat by flro and their three children were burned to death. Tho body of Prof, IUco Miller, late principal of tho Hardin Collcclalo Elltabcthlown, who died near Nlcholatvlllo of typhoid fever, wat Interred In the Itlchmond cemetery. Tho Cincinnati Southern hat commenced bulidlni; a lino arouod Tunnol No 27, near Harrlman, Tcnn. Tbo fnnel wat umafe, and It wat decided to run around Inttead of through It. A dltpatch from Frankfort tayt that J II. Sowder It tho principal stockholder In the Kentucky Telephone Co., which It to have a capital of 110,000 and have lu chief oftlcA at Manebotter. Jamct Urontton, a half brother of Senator Urontton, wat hit on the head and Mverely wounded at Richmond. Former Deputy Sheriff J. Gordon Dudley and hit brother, Horndon Dudley, have been arretted, cbarRed with ai-au- lt. Kentucky river. The prisoner that wero sentenced to servo in tho pcnltcntlaVy, will bo taken to Frankfort on Tuotday by 8herllT Sander and Jailor Host. Everybody wat pleased with Gov. Hob Taylor lecture on Friday night. Tho audlonoo wa not at largo as it would havn been had tho weather been fair, and If there had not been so many attraction already this season. Splllman Illggt Is being woll advertised In tho columns of the INTKUIOU JoUltNAL. Ho has many admirers here and ho will lecture again at tbo court house no Thursday night, 21; subject, "Tho Funny Sldo of Life." Come over. Mr. 11. L Elkln showed Illack Minorca chickens and I'eklij ducks, at tho (Hue Gran Poultry show at Nlcbolat-vlll- o last week, taking Qvo premiums on chickens and two on ducks. Master Robert Ware McRobert also took two special premium oo Pekln ducks. Hon, M. P. North was hero Saturday and report that he li hopeful of being elected clerk of tho House of Representative. Wo arc all for him and reailrlng the fact that ho Is it pood ilem. ocrat and altogether worthy und capable wo Insist oo hit election. Deposition arc being taken to the contest made by Mr. L L WnlKor against Win. Ray, Jr.. for a scat the Legislature, Ray having been elected on the faco of the returns. Messrs. Hay acd Robinson are attorneys for Ray, and Walker it hi own attorney. Nothing startling ha been dovclopcd. Ray and bit friends entertain no feart a to tho result. Mr. E. H. Walker, who wat appointed to arbitrate tho right of way for the Southern railroad, with the farmers, ha been out In company with Messrs J. N. Denny and T. II. Robinson, and the prospect are favorable for a satisfactory adjustment of tbo matter in nearly every Instance and hopes of getting the road grow brighter day by 1 day. of tbo Plnevllle Courier and Editor Short hat stepped down and out. The republican paper will bo atralk'ht-out The Chllder Hrot. ba7e taken charge hereafter. It hat been Inclining that way for some time. Two more men havo been killed In factional fichu In Clay county. At IlcnRO Friday nlnht, Ed Rogers waa killed and another man wounded In a, fight between tho Grlllln and I'hllpolB and there wa another engagement In which n friend ol tho Grillln faction was killed. In Mercer county, at tho residence of Sam Whllonack, John Gabbart waa ahot and instantly killed while engaged In n (juarrcl with Ed Wright. They had had u previous troublu over a sister of John Gabhart. Wright's f.ico foruhuid Wad biidly cut unil ISiibharl' was penetrated by n pUtol b.ill, causing Instant dcuth. His left oyo wus ulmort burned out by powder. When llello Daly was taken beforo tho pollco court at Luulsvillu for conduct and was asked her place of resldunee, ho replied, "I.ur-cast" "That It tho homo of Gov. Uradloy," said Attornny Vuujjhan. "I think wo might give this woman tlmo to leave tho city. How long will It take you to get out?" "About .10 mln utes," said tbo woman. "You nro mis taken," suavely remarked tho Judge. "It will tuko you Just DO tlayu Lot her bo committed to tbo workhouso for (10 days." ly or Lt T. M. Urumloy, Hag lieutenant under DewoyalMaullunnd who carried tho o(llelal now of that victory to Hong Kong to bu cabled to tho United States, died In tbo Garfield Hospltul at Washington of typhoid fever. Ho was from Georgia und that Stato through its Lcflslaturo presented him a sword Oct. 21 ut Atlanta, which occasion was duly colebrated. m Tho position of some In reference to tho time when tbo new century begins, reveal an utter want of Information. Admitting that one hundred years make a century, It Is apparent that 10 centuries have not patted away until tbo cloto of nineteen hundred years, which occur Doc. 31st, 1000, or next Dec., tho twentieth century beginning Jan. 1, 1001. It reported that aomo republican have asserted that Goebol would not havo been permitted to take bit eat if ho had received the certificate. Thlt show a spirit of anarchy and Is worso than tbo democrat ever did. The election law was declared constitution al by tho highest court, and It will be enforced whllo It exist, If Federal aid becomes necessary. If tho Legislature declares him governor, bo will be gov crnor. Eld. R L. Cave, president of Ken tueky University, will preach at tbo Christian church noxt Wednesday night. Rev. It R. West, of WashingMint ton City, Is visiting his father Tovls Curpenter I the guct of Mlrs Eugenia Hush. Messrs. J. P.tul Mil ler and Homer U.ibton, wlio nro unending school from homo, will bo horc during tbo holidays J no. Mount, of La Grunge, I with his uncle, R. E Mcllobort. Mr. und Mrs. R E Hughcr, of Lwhvllln, will visit relatives here next week. I hue been sick for several da.ts ol nauseu ouused by heurlng republicans suv that democrat commit fraud when thu republican party bus ulmtys been branded us the party of fruud and corruption, und tho record verify the assertion. It Is hoped that all tho cvl donee will bo culinly utid dispassionate ly considered tc tho coming contest foi tho Stato olllee and that a Just decision will bo rendered. In this, democrats need not bo anxious about tho tesult fur If half that rcHried bo true, they will recti I vo certlllcates. 1 OiuiiALTAit, Spain, Dec. 2. After a long and tlrcsomo vnjngo of 111 days, with nothing visible tavo tne sky and cloud above and tho raging billow below, tho boy of the list caught tbo first glimpse of land at an early hour Tho members of the Presbyterian thl morning. I am truly glad to see church will glvo an entertainment for land again, though It bo Spanish sol). tho llttlo folks at 4 1 M.. Monday. Dec. From the top dccK I can sco the con- 2.ih. Mlts Maude Goocb, daughter of R. tinent of Europe on the north and that of Africa on tho south, tho Strait of M. Goocb, of Somerset, will bo marGibraltar being very narrow at this ried Wednesday afternoon to Mr. point. Gibraltar, though In Spain, I Granville Abbott, a C. S. machinist. an English port aod Gibraltar fort it Mr. J. H. Reld entertained Friday tho strongest and most Impenetrable evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. fortress on tho globo. Quebec, tbo Frank Drlnkloy of So.nereet. Those present wero Misses Mary, France Gibraltar of America, iwlndle Into by the the tldu of Gibral- and Nello Adams, Catherlno Alcorn, Mary A. Carpenter, Mabel Taylor and tar, the key to tho Mediterranean. Ono can seo vessels hero sailing un- Edna Camnltz, Mcsar. W. S. Huffman, der tho (lag of almost every civilized Val Morse, Howard Camnltz and Roy maritime nation. Despite tho fact wo Rose. Mr. Barkloy, of Greenville, spent aro anchored In a port, we urc not al lowed ashore and will doubtless bo on several days with Rev. II. McDowell, tho Logan until our debarkation at aod mado a very interesting address at Manila. Thu boy pass away their tho Presbyterian church Sunday morntlmo on ship In various way, reading, ing. W. S Huffman, now of Perla. writing, singing, sleeping, card play Ark., camo home to spend the holidays ing, Ac. fho greater part spent tho with relatives here. Mr. J. B. Rout, llrtt few day vomiting. There wero who had his hand badly lacerated In not over half a dozen men in Co. It tho of a Is that didn't get sea tick. I wa never Improving slowly. Mis Anna Reld' as sick In all triy life as I was my second school ut Beech Grove closed Friday after a very successful terra. and third day at sea. J. G. Wcatherford, of Mllldale, was Co. K purchased a library at New York, consisting of tho latest literary tho guest of his mother, Mrs. M.J. productions and good literary work by Weutherford. Mis Melle Hopper, of standard authors, magazines, novels, Glcndulo College, Ohio, Is home for iVc, which soothe tho monotony of tea the holidays. Miss Julia Stagg, of life. We havo enough reading matter Liberty, tho guest of Miss Dollie to lost u Manila of tho kind, but noth- Cabbull. H. R. Carpenter, of Harrods-burwa hero Friday. C. W. Adam ing come up to tho dally. I bavn't gonoas long In not seeing a dally paper mado a Hying trip to Cincinnati last or getting a letter since I can remem-bt- r. week. Dr. Brown is able to be out again after a light attack of grip. Wo have been faring pretty badly on John B. RtlTe will move lo Lancaster tho boat. Tho same food prepared Jan. 1. right would e fit for any roan but tho CHURCHES AMD PBEACHEBS. slop given to us would turn tho stom ach of a dog, much less that of a man. Rev. Carter Helm Jone' revival at Avtlme a lellow can "go aod at the Georgetown Baptist church resulttlmesltUawful at times nauseating. I ed In seventy additions. claim to be a "professional" coffee For the first time in 74 year the drinker but this colored half sweeten- golden gate of St. Peter' at Rome will ed salt water is more than I can go, be opened on Christmas eve yet I havo no grumbling or serious The Pathfinder says the Mormon are complaint to make; am llvlog on tho gaining quite a foothold in Knox counthoughts ol what I win eat when I get ty, and will organize several churches. back to Old Kentuck, But Uncle Sam Rev. Ho'.lsloger assisted Rev. J. A. gave us a good dinner Thaoksglvlng Francis In a meeting at tho Cumber day It consisted of turkey, cranberland Presbyterian ries, dressing, masbed potatoes, butter ter, which bad 28 church at Winches addition. and apples, and It wa cooked right too Elder J. G. Livingston baa accepted And tbo way the soldier did eat! a call to the Crab Orchard Christian 1 can now seo an English transport over near tho African shore going church and will preach each second Sunday, beginning in January. southward. I havo an Idea lt It carry Rev. R. B. Mahoay ha accepted a Ing British soldier to tbo scene of war call to tho pastorate of the Baptist In tbo South African Republic. Porryvlllo and will preach I happened to meet up with ono of church at there the 2d Sunday In each month. my old 2d Kentucky comrade tho Tho Laurel county Baptists will open other day. He Is In another company a collego at McWhorter tho 1st of of the sumo regiment. Must closo cog-whe- el corn-shredd1 g, Madam Rumor Intimate tcvcral weddings during the holidays. W. C Greening' now brick resi dence will be finished by Christmas and ho It going to glvo tho young pco-pl- o a danco Christmas Gifts! We Offer a Choice of a New and Exceedingly Handsome Line of Medallions. Ebony Goods, Mounted With. Sterling Silver, Plenty of As "Well as Choice Gifts in Other Lines. Books and Toys For the Little Ones, also, at I PENNY'S DIJUG ST01?E it' I I itOi DII Y DU :-A-:-x- SSM i 1 Mr. D. 1). Edmlston, ono of Lincoln Tbo republlcant brought about a lively scene at tbo closo of tho debate on tho currency bill by asserting that no democrat had ottered an amendment providing for tho froo coloago of silver and that tittle had bcou heard on tbo subject of coinage at 10 to 1. A number of democrats declared that they would have offered such an atnondmont If tho rules bad not prevented It and then unanimous consent was asked for such an ameodment to the rules as would permit tho introduction of an amendment. county's most worthy citizens, Is on duty as U, S, Storekeeper ut tho Pll grlmago distillery, which will muko lfi barrel per day and wuieh Is ono of tho best constructed bouses In tho State, being under tho management of Col. J. W. Miller. Judge XV. E. Wulkor Is tho guuger. Mr. Edmlston ha re minded mo of tho tlmo when I was elected mugistrato In Stanford, and, starting to Issue a warrant of arrest, I erased "we" and Inserted "I," making lt rcud "1 command jou to urrest, Ao." Tho boys are having much fun at my expense, und, according to tho rules of grammar, 1 was right. Tbo pronoun should bo singular as I only signod It abruptly and without a postscript as January. Prof. Henderson T. Trosper has been awarded tbo prlncipalshlp by tho mall boy has come. tho board of trustees. Clakkncb Coleman. Tbo Silver Jubilee of tho Foreign hubble;" Christian Missionary Society wa held Miss Mosler win ueltver a temper-auc- o at tho First Christian church in Loulecture in a union meeting at this isville, In which city tho society was piueo Sunday ufteruoon at .'1 o'clock. organized In 1S74. From u small beAll are requested to attend, us her lec- ginning It has grown so that It Is now ture ut other points is spoken of very nblo to support 229 raNslnnurles. Tho church membership in tho Unihighly. L. G. Hubblo sold some Is now thirty mil. shouts to liualoy Bros, for J. J. ted Slate Catholics nearly nlnu millions, have Wulkor sold u pair of largo work mules lions; tho to Root & Hundly for $175. Thomas Methodist six, Baptists live, PresbyFioyit and ton woro up from Cutty this terians utd Lutherans nearly two each week on buslne. M. B. Eubunks tho Disciples of Christ over ono milbought n young Jtck of Will Currv for lion; the Episcopalian and Congrcga-tlonall- st havo not et reached tho d dollars, T O. Rankin bus gone South with his mules. Tom million mark. Judgo Scott at Omaha sentenced MaMclun bus rented tho Hubble shop hero for three years und I building an Revs T. J Mackoy, II. C. Herring und XV. P Harford to pay a lino of $200 uddlilnn to tho resldunee. B. W. Glv-on- s each or bo committed to Jail for consold hi mules to John Leo for $H1 per head. F. P. Bishop sold some ono tempt of court. Tho case grows out of hundred pound butcher steers to John u letter written by tho ministers concerning habeas corpus case regarding Johnson ut 5 e. Elder Mills, of two children In thu custody of tho Junction City, will preueh at tho Chris Homo for tho Friendless, of which tho tlan chit roll Thursday night ut half d gentlemen woro direcpast six o'clock. J. A. Hummonds will buy all tho turkeys tbuturo unsold tors. still Dr. E. O. Guorrant handed in hi In tho country. resignation a rjtstor 0 u,o Presbytc-rla- n church at Wllmoro lust Sunduy, Mr. Me. Wheat, thu best of democrat und tho cleverest of men, writes to take effect the 1st of January. Dr. us to change his pupor to Gainesville, Gucrruut' object In making tho chungo Texas, until notified to send It some- - Is to glvo all of his time to evangelistic vhoro else, adding "I want tho I. J, work. Ho la the tlrst und only pastor with lue, no matter where I go. I llko tho church ut tbut placo ha over had. It for severul reason, 1st, It I demo- - Uo organized tho church about lSycars cratlo to tho core; 2d, It ono of tbo ago and has beon pastor of sumo for newsiest paper in Kentucky; :ird, It Is mora than 14 your. Wbon be went u Lincoln county paer und 4th It Is tbero, there wero only l'l scattered always rollublo and truthful, Lookout, Presbyterians In tbat part of tho counus suro us 2 and 3 aro 5, Win. Goobel ty, and now his chjich membership runs to nearly 200 members, so the will bo govornor of Kentucky.' Jessamine Journal state. 83.-R)three-hundre11 abovo-name1 i :9 i i I $, Christmas (fir & Present .. - OF - - , s H. J. M'ROBERTS. ) fjjj W. A. CARSON TANFORD, KY., Is The Ilecognlzed Loader in The Following Articles:.., . 5 Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, Vulcan Imperial aid Avery Plows, Harness, 0 Plow Gear. Winter Robes, Whips, Hay, Corn, By Retail or Car-Loads. Prices to Suit the Times. .Don't Fprset That I KtepThe. ItllAVK MKN FALL tuilblug and htieaiww leunou llf." UulvtM) , tbrco of his children were killed. i.Terjr bottl sun. William. Shellon, Presldeut. Aw wailas, "tex,, Dr. 8, M. Jenkins, realist Vtuny's Tbo Colorado Democrat says that Hid. A Chicago doctor has discovered that Primary, Preparttory, Academic and Collegiate Departments, Music, Art, KIocu charged with murder and abortion, wat wortt enemies of tho Hanna adthe A WAltM rain fell all night and Is shot while In the court room by a broth on and and Phytic al Culture. Slit year beglusBept. 4th. Seud for catalogue to ministration will oot claim that It over live grain of saud la capsules, taken MltS. NANNIE 8, 8AUFLEV, Lady Prluclpal. after each meal, will euro dyspepsia, or of hi victim. still falling this morning. betrayed a trust. Unif-More- IIWUI. w .ivuiwu. ii.rr luu .i.iuvj uvuutr. H well tt women, (ml til (with rwultila luu oh ins liiooj, imttcne, In Floyd county Nelson Hamilton set pleUtf, iwuunsiu Urol, lutlew, ruutlowHnervous . oeM, heatlutis ana leelluf a keg of owder by tho lire to pour out Ilul Ihera't co iimhI to IW1 llkelhit. JJiten to J, W (lirvluer, lasvllle, luj. II mm: Ueclrlo somo for uso, when his littlu son took llllten tisjutt lbs thin for i win beaks Is til Hess or dies. a handful and threw lt la tbo blaze. An ruutlowu, ndiWtcr wbeibsr be iiul oodp. It did more to sire uie new slrenflb ' explosion followed and Hamilton und Iwllletbintaytblng 1 could take. lean po LCInU iiihitation. It the forerunner to consumption. Dr. Finest Bucboards In Town. Dell's will cure It, and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there. Twenty Ave ceuts at Penny's Drug Store. Stanford Female College, STANFORD, KY. WTSTZZM jfiAtjrf. ! J- HF .tt-tt-t- w' -- VTW i " THKlHTE'.iHRJOURWAL 1 EnttrtJUtU ,wN wConi-e'u- iMi.cinl cm l miilfrr $1 PER YEAR CASH . b.o ut .i.id3.oonlcBan,.a SJSSH No. No. TiilEUlli W DIVISIOM. KEHTUCKt CENTRAL AmlTejatSlanlorda Me.il Arrtreaal So.ttU"aStaolordjt !snuVdat a." DAT. WW '" W.n ' puriwse, Mr. Murphy did much to- National ward Introducing American com Into pw :::i: u si want. t. . ...n.lf.Utn for Jailer, aublcct tn the ac Europe, and the bread made with n I bare ice cream all I can eat an orangca tn ,llr... ,,,EiiT. CMhler. nn ( thn ilirmrntlc IiarlT He olb'H. For allirolnta. mixture of It Is still known In Gerjuii. , tuch, jourtiport An every night I ett enough, piw uri, to kill the many as "Murpbybrod." Dutch. Is under moro The present attempt enquired I get plum puddln, pie an rake an coffee itrong A. 8. For any Information an bluk, favorable auspices than nny of Its predi JOE S. niCE, Ant, Surgeon I Ky. Ju.t like the kind they bring to paw, an he don't ecessors, and better results may bo Stanford, tend It back. S Dentist, It Is not only more distinctI like to lire like thli, you bet, we hare tuch expected. - ,ono FRAMKFolfAMoliilcWNATI. bully grub, hetwrrn 0 n' ly olllelal, but, as a citizen and leading tnvir iMiiii"fc gtHUforcl 1I An I .han't kick II my maw goea an Join, anbusiness man of Chicago, tho recogother club. Mr. Mlnneapolli Journal. OffioawT.- - Mcltobetu' Drug More In the. n..'.j nized center of "tho corn belt." HlllMILf I'cck Is fully aware of the great naThe Pliicld Speetntor. Mcctlnu- importance of cultivating and tional Hum.n nature can't keep .till. 41 ON FARMS ! f "d7,,5oREPIl R. SEWTON. A. II. P- A diffusing abroad a knowledge of the Nerer did in never will. Mutt I findln, there', no doubt, . principal product of tho prairies. Sta 1.1u ,v tlm l.tn QUEEN & CRESCENT. Bomethln new to irgue 'bout. tistics show that, with a corn crop last loUow. loo City a. Thing, that nine t dreadful row Traint paa. I would like to take option, on (rood farm. year valued at over ?oOO.lK"J,000, we Often teem quite email, aomehow. . 1 South II 02 P m N? J North. J 11 p m For term, nnd In Lincoln County exported only $'W,000,000 worth of corn WM LANIMlllAF. Folk, are whocpln fur a day. ad Jr.-.- . E hrljier, Ky. Then the trouble fade. away. less than 5.''.OuO,ouO worth of 13 and tod 10 run no fur- when out of a wheat crop of Mot.ltn.UJonot.top. So whene'er a fua. I. r.lffd, I don't yell an feel amazed; iher thtn junction uu less In value wc exported $1 Rosldcnco For Rent. I hare heard arch thing. lfore. .. v rrHii" ,... .i ir,- - - lawn. Apply t worth of wheat and $73,000,000 ..An I'll likely hear hik more. worth of wheat Hour. It Is a reproach Mri" Evn Ward, Crb Orchard. oner eterithlnj lor Let 'em come an fade away. The Ulna lir- a- Nun-rlagainst our commercial shrewdness oreh.Vl lawn and mrden Full .lock of" fruit ami New ecnsatlon., every day; Mam.noth Brome Turkeys. enterprise that we have not given ornamental tree, arapr.. n.ll "f"11;- - "'ilCtKh-.hru"em out and Time keep, crindln ol and cfrythin kept In Jet' fur folk, to argue 'bout. Europe more thoroughly and authen.. w. emi.l.iT no aaeni lctlptHe rata I bavo foraalo Mntnim.tli nn'oT,u'k:f' Waihlngton Stir. It. F. IliiwM IMU, on ...pllettlon to tically to understand tho uses and val"r- -' Carlttl Slock.iSlOO.CW.; Telephone z.. '. ue of our maize. It Is to be hojicd that ... Tlip rronicilcr. IMlCll ( " I Jl K. J . r- A Trut Company W ucortoTh.Firmfr.rUnk Who Is It that with oily torurue Mr. Peck's "corn kitchen" will do much let. and under Mine management conlinuDitplaye a mighty depth of lung! ou.ly for 2!) Yew. toward removing that reproach and The promoter. that It may render It Impossible here LIVERY, FEED AND SALE Who I. It argue, black It white after for the corn grower of tho north morn till night? STABLE, And keep, it up from west to use bis surplus crop for fuel as The promoter. " br two .il lh.ee KENTUCKY most profitable use ho can make the DANVILLE, .,, , Who I. It petty detail .purn. liiatkel. relation, 1 prore mutual. Hoptnc aWi huln-of It AnJ talk, to glib of quick return.? tud ilea.aut. a.'.' Krh.Vn.'od'i.eViU. -I- M ly and Mule, ccn.tantly on hand and fiiTlU. Hnrwi The promoter. or ealc at all time DIUECTuns- A former Ilrltlsh consul at Anioy. ,...rv Who ha. the blggeft thing on e.rth ;i.llltli.oft1oerlll China, recently told the merchants and William. And reiel. o'er it. dazzling worth? J.J.J.tf. Omley, Sr , sTyy,;rw!li'i;vlVunnco.y.t.i- The promoter. manufacturers of Loudon how the resiWilliam (ionch r, TUB A. W. dent American merchants were taking Who I. it touche. you fcr caib W. II. Cuiainlni I the trade away from the resldeut IlrltAnd know, you'll cut a glided dath? J. E I.ynn. The promoter. Celebrated Eye Specialist, lb. II. Jbink. lsh merchants In that empire. Iu brier, J. F. Ct.h J. U Oo.leT. wlio-- o imm.- -i his report was that Americans recogWho it It never putt a cent of The Into ulitmei he Uudt to tuch extent? UFFICE1M. nize the potency of a nimble sixpence The promoter. as compared with a slow shilling. Ilrlt. II Shank.. lmMnl; And who when thing, don't go Juit right J II. OffiUy.CMhlvr; lsh merchant refuse to till small or- aw uuy wnu !"'" Will it at tht W. M. UrUht, A.t.Ca.hter ure to bide blmKll from light? I. J. 11. McAlMeir. ders given by luterlor tradesmen, say- lir. Iluch Held. The promoter. K. 1'. WihhU, f. Cleveland Plain Dealer, St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Weding they cannot afford to ojierate on a John H. 1'orwtn lUdd. S T. Ilarrl'. W. II. Slunk ri. II. pygmy scale. Americans, on the other M M. Ilaucliman. nesda, Jan. oru. NATIONAL BANK S J F.mhry. Wardrobe?. hand, do not hesitate to Oil nn order for 1. V HaUEliman, J II. McKtimry, lladge defie. my (.cnetratton; r.. S. Owley, it,tuninj vm iluy t tack month. OF STASFOKD. KY. J B Farrl. Clothe, .ho ha no limitation a few yards of cloth or a few iounds J. M. ivnro. 1". ScicstiSsally when Invited, with a frown. Itut of nails, and they are therefore beginSyes Zsaslsei vA OImim She? vowa .he ona no decent gown; ning to monopolize much of tho trade. And for her brad, oh, grim derpairl There'a not one hat that'a fit to weir. CtpIUlStosk $100,000. Sarpltti, S17.6S3 51 It Is somewhat early In the day for Detroit Free Treifc .. ita. al.ja luoat ltfll Englaud to begin to complain of Amerthe 1 '" ",;, TbU lnttltutlon originally nuUlthi-tiolddii.t horve. eoiutiine.1 ican commercial aggression Iu the ori- roiubiqed foad.ter I.lfr. oh oaltnanknf&tacfimlln 1353, then reorganize 3bH. "how Jenjy W. A.BEAZLEY, Pror., Life I. a rtre ttwrrn the h'trth tnd mart, ent, but we have no doubt that the litjartu, hrV ft JUT P.n7 Tnfanu l!ro.weel.ke bpolli ire for him who get. in early .Urt. the National Uant ofSttntord la ISM tndtjtln Englishmen will have much greater Chicago Ilecord. CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. rVV V.'.:. u"ur l" Fair Mioriborn. .re jroun ., , irjtaltal h tht FlMl Xitl.mil U mk ol Stanford urron and cause for anxiety Iu tho future. a .Mary'. arnl llurk l'lS"'lS.HwVnd-blnSplendid Accommodation. 1m A Cnmiiriinilae. In 1682, bai htd practically n uninterrupted cilal Wrll. a"! Happily political contests do not al,, LU1 imX uuaM,..Hblv. Finn WMr if K.ntua'f ",',.ee.re.n.bl.. U tetter turplled now witl encofoMl year. It -- rite for JJStalltor,. Ky ways engender personal animosities. ticlllUea fortranactlug bu.lnt. promptly tnd lib.Lf k..wnlnl liT Mr. In Lowell, Mass., recently tho Itepulv-llcan- s Wetu.raiitee """'"t.'V.aroN. Wlior erally than ercr before In Ut long tnd honorabl held caucuses with three mayorl career. Account, ut tn.llfldut!., nduclarlc.,Hru alty candidates In tho field, and the cu.tomer. for tholr To partisans of each mnda n vigorous .roi.lMJ.- tnd ludl.ldualt .ollclted. they wl'l coimou" g DIHtCTO... While caucuses were campaign. TRAINS FlrHt-ClaH- H lUjdn,ftltuford J. F. lUli, Liuuulu Co.; held the three candidates went to DOUBLE DAILY llostou and had n good dinner. Tho d. 11. Bauhin.n, " ever to nlo S. T, Uanit, And am Ntt. r prepared than lucky candidate thereupon paid tho work for them. T. P. Hill, J.S.Hocker, " bill for the dinner, nnd the other canKy. " W Trlbble, 2 My KMOXVILUOIVISIOM. .J" Ho. M Train olni J"or,l south 5 ....It M ta . 41am e& or Our Cora, (Ifticrnl I'cck li at Jlnrr Mmr .lolnril llip CInti. tin' innlntrnnncc o( a lly m.w bj Joined tome woman"! clubfc in I musing "coin kltvlion" In ntniu'ctlon with oar tln'l ileln t thine ercr bid, by Put h.iln t the bulllnt time l't nt tlic I'nrln ixHiltloii next jlnitl I gt out etrry dty in pity ill around the twlh- - year, for wlili'li purjiose ItO.OtX) will Uir!.rwl, lv oxpt'tulrJ. This would nppcnr to An no one telle me when I iter!, "rtcmember, lie it tti illKH)plt!oii of tlio nun nnni now, Iw rood." II I let) like It, I Uhatr, an II I don't I'm touzh. ed nutt will ud iloubt tlo much toward t f.y I (Ire their ear. An when the other kid. lironilcnlns tlic mnrkt't for our corn. a cuff, whole thing round here now, in I Till, however. Is by no means the first ror I'm the ain't no rheip dub venture In this direction. When Ahrnin Fine my maw went down town one day tn Joined 8. Hewitt vnn In congress, lie nindo a club. t I rtn't .pend time to go to .chool. I hire to etiy ticrslstetit effort to hnru a sultnlilc ex at borne hlblt ruatlo of the jiosslbllltles of In- You ml the belt in tike the rardi ol rliltort An ml dian corn for the feeding of the na lknowlt.nn.HifrirIllnK"''Kht,or that come. H'l he.pi of fun to meet t lot of lidlea it the lions. Subsequently nn American cltl-sedoor Wilkinson's Babcr Shop Mr. Murphy, made a tour of Eu- Edward here no An tell 'em that my mtw li not more. rope, for the purpose of familiarising I rib tbout my piw in me in tometlmet tlmott the populations with the use of this die To ee 'em wiczle round in try to find the return most prollilc of all cereals. Animated why. by personal enthusiasm and furnished Stockholder MccllMR. 'tpoee they think the, been divorced tn ill that with olllelal credentials, though with I tell you, life', a picnic ilnce maw Joined a womot l.r Flr.t very Insulllclcut funds, for his patriotic a m,..lc ot M.c JINGLES. A Jlarliot ConitnlKKlnm'r rxS eKxHI VBKV M Oitritt Mrm'itr M, J. Mi'iirnr 1'OSlTlllN WANTED. t ilMlm it piv.lt Ion a. oreraeer on a ttock farm. Ham hail 31 ierira' etlrilicei anil can giro kikmI rrfrrencea. John O. Ilrown, LUMBER FOR SALE. Pernml Clw nnd Cull Lumber, tullnblo or lUrm anil r'nrm ti,e. Adilrr, fr walnut (irons ity Jir-- AKwPSBffiu Mtntl'HY A Mltlll'IIY. l.tmiuiiMts. Klnsirllle, Ky J. TCULCHHY, nprrontntlTfi of f perlal Need Shaving Sir. 1 Merchant Tailor., M Wrallth Cincinnati, O.. Will ill.nlay Hamplca at thn ft, A.atih Hotel In Stanford on tho Slth of Rich Month p We. tho unilrrl(fnril farmcrt of KlnRa-vlllwork. A ami Tlrlnlty forbid any hunting of All carmenu nttcd nn. mimt I. an lropolllllty with thl method of llimcnn our miro II. Wrtll. late.t Cnll nnd uiamln Dan lli'Mcr. doing bulnca M. vV 1). lite. II HuK.i'l Oooch sampl Fall anil Winter. I'MMuou. W II.HVIdinort?, M. !. Smith, llogne, Han floiicli. Jim Swernry, Kubo J A.HInglrt'n Wm. Hart, Ed Murplir. T Wnlrrn. II. I Aifonl, O. Murnliv. I. II. W, M Meek.. J. J. Mifr. W. O. Alton!. O. L. Hen.lcy. K M. IHinn, - .. ....... Jv Wm. Hotter. " i i.,i. Kentucky oitonvUle, W. U McCarty D.M.Crvfgliton. Jamoa Ilye. fifCn vlik.nlM tn lh nrorl ofWt IJtroU tud Oumv wuntlr. Kull ilock ot CofflntanJ ! C. PEPPJLES itilwatton bind D. 0. CrDtf. Mintff r. of Lincoln Cont.ty ItaramlliJatcfor Jailer aulijrrt to thf artlon of tli ilemncratlc party. Vouriupport l aolleltnl. POSTED CltUnER, HU88EL.U S Htn-rt- ! . to, J. T. SUTTON, Unrfertalcor, JOHN an', club. paw an 1 ret dinner now down to a reitaurant. An he, a. (nod a. he ran be an gtrra me what I v'rvrpofTu'ctingt. StocklioldcrH' Meeting. DINK FARMER PRICK, R. A. JONES,, DENTIST, ".,, HtittirorU Ky. MIHS.IiVEUYN TARDIF, Tho .4KKS-KSloclclioldcrH' soumstross. Plain and Fnhlnii.tlile frwlng Cutting and Water Work ?t Fitting n - aa OPTIONS WANTED W & BEAZLEY, D. D. S Lancaster, Ky. Teeth Extracted Without Pain With Vllnllird Air I si - -- 33;: :i 3 corn-mea- l, I'li5lclan ance. In attend- O Office: In the) New Thompson llultulng. 'i 1 ... Lincoln County National Bank. TREES.TREES FRITH HOTEL. ra.U;:is:0, rr:jr!t:r T. ea t AT DEPOT. BRODHEAD, KY. Ibat Hotel n the mountain., r.ir. eon.i.lere.1. allaatlon to lra. IVrter, meet all tralua. illnKto.n. . Solioits Your Bank Account, -1- FOR SALE. )r liH,. ".aVox, WANTED I , uiil.-l- t Ai-naiilMCrllitlon. for the Ainerlcnn Htix'k Farm and Live Mfk. Mih Wrlto for lltirral rraiulloiia allowed term. Sample oile frw Adilrew Heii-tuc- kr !tock Farm Vubllnllng Co.. Ky. DR. R. COLDST6IN. Just Like a 1 Mill. O.rp-iiir- POSTED ro-ti'- ""'!"" Louisville, . Kentucky, FIRST t You tuke your Wheal and Corn lo Morrl In Win. Uangheriy'a ahoti Fred In Stanford and get In rchan);e) Flour and aliwi buy Pour. Meal, Meal. You can Bran. Chicken Feci. Ac . cheaper al mv placo than auy where In town. A trial ts all ak. 1 Iwllero my exchanne) will Ui a good thlnK for farmer and I plwdRO liberal iran.acthm and full weight. My good, Hl Klvrr Ib.lUr couio from Ituihlernr' .Mill, nnd are llmtcla... MOltKIM Fltt.H Telephone No. o. John II. Cati.man, IlKrCKIHIIIIMlC AiitiidhO. C4TI-KMA- t.tsmux FORSALE. a ',. BEHZLEY HOTEL, ROYAL """, INSURANCE COMPANY O. Liverpool. Itrcc.t Fire In.urunce Company In tbe TO FLORIDA bo-In- World. I AM THANKyTTL Barbee & Castleman, '''' '. Manage r Soul hern Department. llla-ru- .. Horse: Slioer, Stanford. General OIHcer. Columbia llulldlng, laiut.- (3) larllle, Ky, W.P. Walton M " J. U.Colll.r.CrabJircUM 0 Klin ire, S'tufor.1, :. J. A. Miller, Mt. Vernon J. S. Hocker, l're.ldent;'J J. McKoberlt, A A MiKinu.y .W.iarit Cubler CaiUlcr. didates, 'cheerfully admitting their defeat, agreed to roll up their sleeves ........ L!..,Tllt MHTIIHIIand work for their friend and help Vol the pre-tbe iiil '""J " pay tho expenses of his election. ltit.AY. with V!'in" h0!'.r'i?ri '" lra.l"-,,!- , , , lUlf Khedule.. u- soutnamRBliwau tallou arraiweiueuta pujrally, J. H. CREER, THE FIFTH AYE. HOTEL MiTFiTiHil'l!!! "1 Clerk You've called me an idiot, and If you don't take It back you may look for another clerk. Employer Very well. I'll take tne Idiot back. So you'll stay! Unsere t. A Ida-M- aud ...i ,i,t.,uii i..i...,.m. in iun.ii Dog Mitfd. Ky. Of lioulah Is going to cut all H& lM""Mf ,.111i,1Jhaiu V ..i- - .1.. VI tho fur trimming from her bklrt. v, via ,w, Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. i .al will. Tin May Is It moth eaten? au'l ' Vj ' only lbl' a tlanta. Hut her Trench Ida-- No, C,r,i",!airKjM-w1,- r Indeed! Kat ... Tho football season In tho United 7hUe Vcu Llv. poodle shed all his fur, nnd Maud nays W --' Die. NjW- H-to get lid of hers to har- States Is now over, but tho Insurrec- leKr.louU.WU she'll have Old Lino Companies P7 V.'ten Veu monize the effect when ho trotH by her tion season in South America Is still addieja.by Bide. Chicago News. I" ll'lwc lan.m. ou. They keep up tho playing down Orel tUaVKfl lblour'iu,U0')IUraa.ll Surplu. It is said that, there will bo no In tho price of diamonds uutll next Bummer, notwithstanding tho stoppage of production at tho Klmber-le- y mines. This Is explained by a New York dealer, who bays that tho price of Die gums was fixed last Miimncr by the Importers for the succeeding jear. The Christmas Investments can uow proceed Just as If nothing had hair peued. ' u Mason Hotel Pr' M1W. U. I) SIMPSON, Louisville. Ky., The mo-i- t centrally looated and only .t'ire.'rro.iv.'u;.'.... n- JkM.o lull 01 luincnstcr, i lirst-cla- Kentucky. FIEST-CLAS- S Hotel In tho city muklng a lie w.. " -- IJUl.Tllir, "" . ,llMlli. ,,i.l ban ," I.,,.,!. I ilOIIBll ine Jiuuu- -i- Newly furnTshcd: clean beds, Bplcnil.d 1 orteif tblo. Eveiythlng meet all trains. L. Hw " ;.. SMton Mulial Iweslasat bmpny Lexington, One block from the principal chopping district and two blocks from the Ihrto principal theatrori. Street enm pavi the door to nil ptrt.o Kveryllilng iiuhI ami clean. the City $2. ttAfTJE. 1 Ji-- up ,'. . " r7 FIRE, JLIFE &c r,llr.-i..an- I jjjrra ' EXPERICNCS 60 YEARS TRADS MAflKS Dcatcns d de.cr1lon n,,, Anyone tending t .ketch Cjiilcilr aacertalii our uplmuu fl'"!l,rth',," In.endon I. probably n""1"; li)u..ir1rtlyrouBdeiitfl.lndbookoiiratcnu patent.. for .ecuniiK lAfc lent Oldct reoelr rilentS Uken tbrouiu Munu tixxlol nolia. without charm), tn tb r A Scientific American. rtr Iranch w handiomely lllu.trated weotlr. "riour moulb.. IL Sold bysll twowtwilw.. nPIUM &UD1361BrMd",''iiewiorn imhT " WmLIucivd. andWhtikey Pant. wltu-ru- t pt.n It'k of par tunU aeni f REK. Ik i. 'J ir.ALL. Cf. re. IM Kotb Prjrur Ul cured1 al home there summer and winter, apparently llelntPtl Inaplrutloii. In condition. Just at "Wo called ui .Esop at the bcanco being always present tho Colombia players have the last night." gridiron. "What did he tell you?" "lie t.ald ho win mail nil over beSouthern cotton mills represent a cause ho didn't think to write his facapital of l'.S,0O0.CHX), run 0.000,000 Ilecord. bles In slaug."-Chlc- ago sp' idles, pay 3.'0,000.000 n year In Ilnpiiy I'lrr. tutgos ami turn out goods annually "They actually extinguished a tiro worth 51.500.000,000. Thus tlm feouth with ehumpagiio In Now Yoik the oth- looniH up as n toxtllu manufacturing er ilny." section. ".Say. how these red tongues must l'lulu have licked It As between tho deer huutem nnd tho Denier. football plajers. tho former show u Coiilrno'. to bo uw slight majority In the number of men going Man-lt- 'H killed this acasou, but the latter are Weather considerably ahead In tho list of fully foggy tonight. Aktrouonier Then I'll rush out mi wounded. unuouueenieut of another brllllaut Tho Hrooklyu Eaglo accuses a conmeteoric nhower. Chicago ltecord. temporary of having "a crentlvo memI'll Auulliat II. ory." It would ho Interesting to learn She- -I think Lieutenant I'eury Is a If this may bo regarded a parliamennoble, bravo man. tary. He Yes, but hv up against nn awfully cold proposition thl trip. Ohio The 1'hlladi Iphla mint made 11,387, Statu Journal. 000 penuict last month. up!"-Cleve- luiid -- cAuxiKi.T..i-;sK;.Kr V w. A ""TlWYWIl'"' UiaUvlIU 'I'OltlC. 0 A SMITH A lHlMN.ey lia.UM-- WF..UII.N . Vn. hiauloTJ, Ky l"l Ualiut'Ni. Ky INSURANCE. Omy the best couipatiies reptchculcil, 1'.'. Itiiiulriou fcOlicIttMl. It. II. MA1IONV, ABt.,SlaiiforiI. imwmm LOTJI3VILLE d Kvonlug from Un Station, 10th ami llroadway. lou Passongcrs iktlrlnK Inlortuatloii ami rates to WUconaiu. Minnesota, rjebraaka and poInU In tho far West, Including should addrcM rfcj aNDBBiTAKBl And De!er in 8TANFOKD, KY. H. C. RUPLEY, CHIOAGO. The Merchant Tailor, fialns Morning Stanfohu, Ky., I Receiving IiIm Fall and Winter GoocIh. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. Frank lUed, (len. Pass. Agt . ,.. JV. If anvuu, III. . II. D.nnn ... 1MB. A.l Oeu. Vj, 4 W.U. McDoel, 01 arfcll. ltockwell TiaUic J. Vloi-Prea.- - r - 2i-- iA.4 4cLta l.JL' , l - 41 riaA ti; ! V .u j ki td j &4J "--- pl " Did m Urf4Mfo)AJjW VCP see a snow storm in summer? Wc never did; but wc hve teen .the clothing at this time of the year so covered with dandruff that It looked is If it M had been out In a regular snow storm. No need of this .snowstorm. As the summer sun would melt the falling snow so will , Agere Hair Vigor melt these flakes of dandruff In the scalp. It rocs further than this: it prer.nml'.cir formation. It has still other properties: It will restore color to gray hair In Just ten times out of ever)' ten cases. And It doe even more: It feeds and nourishes the roots of the hair. Thin hair becomes thick hair; and short hair be comes Ion; hair. VTc hae a book on the Hilr and Scalp. It Is yours, for the asking. If will I iii i!a not nhuln fit lh rtinta ito-l- r lb tut it 1'rotNtt'lj- V r thr U tntn JitTfulfT ! tti raniy jn.- & U may w tfl eral riivu M lUt. J C AllX tawvll. Mam. J H ara ateant. rult It thara nrarlr alwara MM Okwrdtr ol tha dla facnlatna ore taactlr pr11- - HtaJtbjr orgaaa maao baallh and baatltjr U ".and ttat4 aktaa imtt rprtMtnooara tha form t Tbaaa attractiona Do yon afJBrtltnc baalUijr, (rac-SI tor Tarywhaca. WItMffCarttui makes women twvutlful and healthy. It strikes at the root of all their tseuble. There is no menstrual disorder, tcbe or jaiti which it will not cure. It is for the budding girl, tho busy wife and the matron approach ing the change of life. At every trying crisis in a woman's life it brings health, strength and happiness. It coats ll.oo of medicine dealers. For advice in cases requiring special directions, address, giving symptoms, "Tho Ladles' Advisory Department," The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. HHS. IIOZHNA I.r.WIS. of OrnTlll. Taiua. ajal "I wu truubled at monlhlr Interval with IrrrlbU rain In mjr lwaJ aid back, tut bava becu anllrtlr raUtvnl try Wlua ol CaiduL" Ilrnilled. IMAGINARY INTERVIEWS. vlctury," rrinnrkcil Talk I'jr-hinHn coiicrniiilntiil on I1I1 A UtileICtiiiein AVItti n tlnt'ier Welt Smith Afrlrnn. ilcfi-n- t f the tMinnnt tin rlvor "Thee me my Jeufl." wild Cecil SlrK "ntlil I'jrrrl'in In tltlilouv." Th Ithodes as lit pointed tn tlne nh barrauw Mm l ruuvi'yisl by (liinrnl rels and n pwim Ihjx nil labeled "Cuwhen lc ivpurtit th.'it t lit I Kittle rat." nt Modder ilvor wna nlif nf tho blood-Ic"And how do you propose to get them In the nnnnln of tlio llrltlsh nrmy. awn) 7" Itupilriil jour correNpoiuleut of If It vnH n vlotnry at nil, the lctory, the great destiny nhapvr. The diamond kins cnrelossly picked IlKi1 thnt of I'jrrlmr.. wiii Iimi cimtly to lunlci' It n miift fur icmsrnuilatloii. up a handful of the larger atones nud Juggled with them playfully, AiTiirdliiK tn eti'li nccoiiiitu ns tho "Mnlie a IuiiiiInouio tlarn, wouldn't llrltlxh prc.iM iTlivir lins ticrinlttod to theyl" ho nked ns he let n big sparkler In- - aent out. It wn, In tin- - lAiiEiinge nf slip through his llngera mid slide down tin- - prlo rliiK, n ilrnw. The Ions vnn u rat hole. I enlliiiliitlonnbly en vy 011 both iddt-x- , "A regular the prnbnblllty bolng thnt I lie ltoera thusiastically leplled. "(.ood:,! he chuckled. "Here, cntch mifroriMl inin nTlouxly thnil the Itrlt-l.ithutiKh they vldiutly rutlnsl In this yellow ("parkier, with my coinpll. good order mid In ixisltldi) to renew ments. len't It inrioty?" Ami lie timed me diamond ns big ns n cnmpiilgu their nKniiltH. button. In view of the facta, o far n they "It can't lie lcnt. you know," I nn nro known, onu cannot help hwerisl, with mnlle. I wanted to till' Mntciiiclit inndc by I'rwldefil ICril-gt- humor Ids mood. nt tho tH'glnnlli); of the lioMllltlen. "Well." he chuckled. "1 guess It's einnl to unite a bunch of celery." "Wo will Ixj ilvfi'atiil," lit nald In "V probably will b defeat Ho pronounced "celery" us If It were (tl, but nt n cost that will appall tho "salary," and of course I laughed with Brent appreciation. civilized world." "Notice the rays of light," he added. That till wait no Idle thrvut Is "I expect n light rale myself," I nniply ilviiioiiatrntril. The aturtly Af "w hen I return to New York." rlkntiilor yronicii villi no doubt tight He laughed ngnln. Orent to the hint ditch, and w hate-o- r "Heie." he wild; "that's worthy of lirltiiln whirl In South Africa will be something better than a mere nt tri'inondouH cost. Tlitu fur Hrltluli I'll trade you n white wtoue for the yelvIctorli-K- , particularly the so ciiIIihI vic- low one." I handed liltn the glittering gem; but. tory nt Mmlder rlur, have eory np nlas, he appeared to forget nil about lielng of the l'yrrhulc orIK'iiRiiii'o of the transfer. der, mid If actual gnlui h.ltu bovti "And how did you say you propose fur from iimde they have i to get your diamonds nwny'i" 1 InIth the com. quired In a gentle attempt to lead him back to the main question. "Oh. jew. of eoiirhe," he Mid. with n Itajnnl Taylor once cnld of Knlscr Wlllielin I thnt he had only a moderate ly wink. "Hut I don't mind telling re pec t for couiitltiitliiiiul forin ami you. They pi with me In the balloon. Isn't the will of the jioople. Tho prewnt As ballast. See? of Dazzling Idea, need course. If I After faithfully cuntliiuea It? light, Idark, the. (itTiuan eiuiK-ro- r cover off an ash nny lake nud upholiU the Iloliciizollvru , tradibarrel. Simple, isn't It? Then 1 toss tions. The "1IIU110 right of kliign" has 11 double handful of these big pebbles m'IiIiiiii Ikvii more fruuUly In the nlr. nnd the Uoers down below than In thU contribution of Wlllielin II will think It's meteors. If I want to startle them still more, I'll take the tun 'tortnilt mid niitii;niph allium In "I'rom tlod'a grace Kirk off this uncut 20 carat fellow, hoist It to the balloon peak, and they'll iiiini"! the king, thervfore he In rcntxiu-flblto the lxjrd alone, lie must all yell 'Comit.' Oh. jour Uncle Cecil Is cute:" chiHiso his way mid til action from "And where do you pro'iose to land?" atatidNilnt nlulle. This auflll, this The grent tlnancler's right eye almost henry ri'siMinxIblllty which the king closed. Then It slowly opened. gives I1I111 alo a bears for tils "I'll let J 011 kuow next day," ho po' right to loyal eMieratl(n on the juirt litely repllnl. This ended the Interview, and' It of his aubjevts; therefore cier one ninong the Kiiple miiHt 1m) lllleil with grieves me to add thnt he let me go the comlctloii that he U perxoimlly n. without any further reference to the promkpolislblo with him for the welfare of w bite stone he had mi cheerfully ised me. Cletelnud llalu Denier. the fatherland." Article 1" of the constitution of the Cvrmiin empire Outward Hlnna. tluit "the orders and ilecrtvs of "They call uu a grass widow, I e trie knlner will Ire Ismietl In ttio uamo mM the still young and woman bitterly, "because I don't of the ciufWro nud rw'ulrv for tlietr the counUTHlgnnture of tho Im- wear wwds!" "No," replied the envious neighbor, perial ctitUKvIkir, who thereby atxiunKti rvaponslWllty." Inn't tlw tKrnwiu looking around the chocrfut apartment. the you seem to bo lu clover." constitution an arrant lkfj of (ere "It's because Chicago Tribune. majesty? It la submitted that It Is flagrantly IticooMiMrnt with the docDellful Woman. trine of ilMiio right. "Women Is decelvla," said the man. "What's the matter with you?" asked The Jihlgment of tlie wiprenw court the friend. of MawnchUHotta In refusing to "I was thlnkln of the uumlier of tlru chy of Ilmerhlll fiuiu pay- times my wlfo has told me she never ing iHlk.vinen while off duty nnd ou would speak to me ngnln." IndianaprncntkitM biwi Miuiethlllg more ttktli a olis Journal. liH'iil luterwt. It In tle ruling of the A Tamr Later. court tlwt a rvamiiuihlo vnaitkm, with"She refused me point blank." out thereby mibjectlng the city to addl "Did she give nny reason?" tkinal exiK'ite, might well have Innm "Yes; site said I didn't look half as rvgankil by tlie city council ns calcn eager and Interesting when I proposed ns I did when making 4 rush at footktted to promote tlie ImmiKIi mwl of the police fore-- , ami, If ho, ball." Detroit Tree Press. tlie iolkxmeu nrv elitltleil to their pay The Very Tit Inn. when revupenitlng. There U uo rva why this principle hliniitd not apply-tMill the canes of employers mid em ployevs every wlwro. whetlier In a private or public capacity. It I good doctrine from a healthful as will us a Ouiii I'uul'n I'rtiplirry stitfjj "'i- - io! r li 11 11 ha-h- Some nrMt:."it figures. W. T. Harris, ft.'eml commissioner it idttcntloii, In his annual statement lo the sectelnry of the Interior, present some statistics of n gratifying Cliararter. They chow that the aggregate enrollment III the common schools for ""-t- i exceeds that of the previous year by :!lsi,Sll. The grand total of nil schools, elemental, secondary mid higher, public mid pi hate, was l(,ti.V7,'i:i. which Is 1111 increase for the year of IIH.'."). A little more than of the entire population Is therefore enrolled In school. The average amount of schooling per In dhldual of the whole United .States Is live years of LtsJ nays inch. Some states average seeli years, while some fall ns low as two and n half In the same connection nil Increase of attendance In colleges mid universities of tienrly 4,000 Is reported, showing thnt the slight decrease reported In ISII7 wns u temporary falling off due to the widespread depression of the previous years. Thu reiNirt also says; "The Increase of that portion of the students of colleges and universities taking postgraduate work shows that the 'nvoplc are l feeling tin? necessity of studies ' 9 Hues. In scientific nud professional Taken In connection with thu fact that O the United .States Is coming Into more intimate relations with thu people of e l'urupc and Asia, the value of sjieclal e studies In science, sociology, politics Jurisprudence nnd similar topics, with a view to acquiring expert knowledge. Is sutllcleully obUous." The friends of education certaluly have reasou to 9 e be thankful. une-llft- h siK-cln- The present standard of these famotii shoes .s the high est that experience, perfect material, and careful making can produce. Wc shall til ..... ... o I ii I fc U i ., ,1 I J, i . ii tl, I. fc IS fection "standard of per " in every "Ultra" we tuake.i ULTRA OF A SHOE "OUT THE ORDINARY" FOR WOMEN! No woman's shoe selling for less than $3.50 the price of is as good as the Ultra. No shoe selling for the Ultra more can be any better. Big sales and small profits are why Ultra shoes arc both good and cost less than shoes sold for high prices and fancy profits. H4 ALL STYLES. one PRICE. $3.50 Per pair. James Frye's Christmas Bargains. Tl i "l 1 rr.rM npiii pli teplfl A Lap Robe, MoquetteRugs, A Pretty Carpet or Matting, A Suit of Clothes, NeckJTies, JAMES FRYL, Hustonville. Ky.' ln ui ful nrtlile. prix.-liilnii'- pub-llslu- il u sup-pone- ," hand-Hom- Jnmes Welsh, n well to do bachelor of Coolbangh, I'n.. wants n wife. He mhertlsed for one a few weeks ago mid has received more than n thousand answers. Moreover, a large numlier of ladles, having more faith In their charms than lu their ability ns letter writers, have called nt the lone- jiiiiiu bachelor's home and bought Interview a. Hut he has not yet made up his mind, so there Is still a chance for other meinlsTs of the gentle sex who mny lx anxious to cxcrlmciit in matrimony. In his published proposition Mr. Welsh says. "Tliero Is uo fun sitting aloue these king winter days, mid would like to hnvo n wife to talk to me." It Is not surprising tliat Mr. Welsh II mis his mall too heavy to liaudlu or that he has fonts It ucccs- snry to hae the ladles lino up and pss lu rev lew before him for personal Inspection. Ho has said that be wants to be tnlkssl to. ami that Is enough to make him desirable from a feminine point of view. No wonder the women nrv after Welsh. icr-soti1 1 r. a Pair of Mre Mn a. a rtIMi Hat or 1'niicv Vet. or any Unu lit Win ring Alitil 1iil,H I.liiin. Ac. nil nt whlrli I lint o lit theol'it i,l 11111,1 1.1 tnim prlu a iignr. ! -- ml get vour ftrpHj tour iicmunt ibi.MSi.il ill (.nit . MihMiu Lliil.tiuu. cluy j rurifiuli , tttMMMMIM,MtMeMI Raisins, aCurrants..FigsT Citron, BivaporatedlPeachesrHom- inyj Fiake, Rolled Oats, Oatmeal FullgCifim Z Chci-bc- , .:i((iuoni, iolf tijrt'iiit for Ciuifo ct uk'BiiitiT CVk-hrutc- and Honey. Cof-Ji'-f. Sanbm-ii'.- s Try ourClimnx Lnnl, best in town. I'lioiie No. 10 for nn - of nhovi'. ln Ion Mackipen Insists thnt there should be such a tiling as compulsory retirement of every clergyman when he the age of 00. At a certain rage, he dockircfl, the minister's mind crystalttaen and becomes Impervious to new ideas, and he Is then but a brake upon 11m) conch that ks carrying passengers to celwatlal regions. "Foolish people, motHly okl Indies, will tell him that he never preached bo nbly as he dkl nnd be will incline his ear lost to this little circle of admirers and will refuse tlie advice of acnslbhi men who havo his welfare at heart and who suggest to hliu that be should of his own accord resign tlie otllce tliat ho has so luiitoralily tilled. So It will come to pnsa that church and city will see one of the saddest tragedies a man scattering tlie cougregntlon he once gathered and Hinging away the reputation he once won." t HIQGINS. & McKINNBY. 'l'rr I. aM Vll Veil will lit f f 7f ' "I (gl ND CANADA POINTS 10 MnVflS. OtMhucwywrekJij. Toledo, Detroit MICHIGAN 4 trilm tvery wcck-iby- , 3 tralni on Sunday. iMllman anil Wagner Slf rptra on night train. Vrstibulcd IMrlor Can on day train.. s itrn.onSinvUy IU IIIUIAIWULIO llinillllnni 10 4tr.b,.very 3 liru on SuncUy nllinino UnlUAUU legal xtuudpolnt. A (lYrYiYi iVi hi i i'i'i i iYi'iYiYii iYi'i 1111 5; jS3 E Z TR AUTISTIC-- UccummniJrJ by Leading It A :S llwy CTYUSIl, KCLIAUl.tt il : i Al)ria'.. Jf A si kJ A." CA2TAR 'tAUAlt : ; ; . : Itf ItlTJJV.' Z t k ' s JS0M1 DETTtR AT ANY PRICB o i rni arc i ij In fntirly 3T - 5,r rv I nlltJ Ml '! 2 tl utile rt not kftp Ihrm J On itnl ittmpftcivl, ilout c t)oir ncttikt tiat I Adi In U !; S S 5 ' KRtNCiiorririai I Chicago, and iSal'lllh Av Market 91., ban Iranclaca. : ioji THE .McCALL COMPANY, t33lo 146 W. 14th Strait, Nt Tork n r:r n W,lLLaA-T-l MAGMINE1 ggjy at m i Itrl'rhttfftt MamaHaSaMaaaaaaaaaMai Alairaxlna Publlahtd Colored TUtM. ti C7TUiliT nfautlful .! iUi i .Sjllwia, Kanty Work, , . M ani4 loi inn naraunt laavaif HaaiililMl iiy. rwi.mt for alittla iViiaia. 30e. Uu.ra. i" r'". lilnu. THK McCALL CO i . ta 146 W. 14th St.. Ntw York lmi a .'H'il-inl- r I'll KK WVrV"wvvwwrwwwwwf. 4aaVKaVal4 HAIR .BALAM kiaa.a aaaianiliaifcaW uiJal VakllaItlkuriaval tatl UaHrlaOl aTTUall f"-- drn nee. disease, and cleanly nations have u right to protect themselves against It, lgoruilsly docI trnde, which In tho same as they would protect them-sehe- s oped by tho tit. I.ouls mid Milwaukee against nn tinned Invader. I brew era. y She I want a uecUtle. It's ft present There ought to bo a concert of the powers to inako the Celestials wash er (blushes! for a young mail. Carrying concealed weapons Is nt tho j He (iulto si). Slight I suggest tho themsches. bottom of n largo hliare of tho crlnilual Specially violence which burdens the police bhnpo I have ou nt"Iirescnt? President Patton of Princeton eviYou each courts. It In a good Idea for police olll applicable. through see, ring. one tins to dently believes lu muscular Christiana be slipped cei'H mid magistrate! to enforce tlie law tShe (eagerly) iSlvo me half a dozen. ity, lu n Sunday night sermon recentIn relation thereto In every cime coinly ho congratulated tho members of Ally Sloper. ing to their knowledge. tho football team and based his reTnli- - of Tmo Cnuiitrlva, marks ou tho moral lessons to bo The gentlemen of the pi ess who used "I guess" from their successes ou tho guess. You Americans drawn "Oh, don't to make a specialty of locating tlie gridiron. He urged tho Btudents Aiidree balloon uru now Industriously alwnjs guess, jou know." "No, I don't know. You Kugllshmen through life to show the same tenacity engaged In discovering I'lnnucler Mil iilwnjH know, dou't you kuuw?" Chi- of pur'iose In attaining lofty ends as ier, kite of llrooklyu, lu nrlous quar- cago was shown by thu members of the Tribune. ters of the globe. football team In attaining victory. AVlierr llir Trouble Lira. Thu deer hunting season In Michigan, "Don't you have a horror of lending Consul Uldgely of Geneva reports to which has Just ended, was evidently n books?" tho state department that, according success. The utimber of deer killed Is "No; I haven't nny horror of lending to tho best estimates, no fewer than not reiiorted, but 18 hunters were books, but I have a horror of not gettourists have visited Switzerting them back again." Chicago Kee brought down, of whom 11 are dead. land this season ami that they have ord. each left lu tho country uu uverago of It was really unkind lu tho adminisThe Meteur Craae, a total of moOO.OOO. tration to deny the cxlsteuco of ou "What's tho matter, my boy?" drelbund aftT'o got n speck lu my eye." Mrs. Itussell Sage Insists that It is er tho New York papers hnd taken so "Here, hold oul Don't move. Per- possible for a man mid his wife to tig. much "mlus to arrange It. haps It's u leould." Cleveland I'lalu ure lu New York society ou on InDealer. come of (3,000. She neglects, how When General Methucn cabled that It ever, to state how loug they can do It. Joint, was the bloodiest conflict of tho ccntu"Ileen having nn encounter with . t- .- .....I ..- -l I.A t.l ..... ........ HIV 11.1 IIV IIIIU lirUlSll'l UVI Bl'VIt rheumatism, old man?" It comes a little late, but Sir Thomas of casualties of tho Adirondack hunt "Yes, a Joint debate." Detroit Jour Ltptou has at last been drafted Into ' Dili. Ing souBou. tho ranks of the magazine contributor. the UmiiI year ended June SO, the United Suites exported 1.13a. Nj:i dozen ImiIIi'h nf ler. allied nt $1, T.'i:i.:i":i. The okporttf for the preceding year were l0tl.J3I bottles, allied nt $11)7.031. This In 1111 Increase of IITkI per cent In quantity nud nearly 3U per cent In vnlue. The greater portion of tho gain was In the timiHp.icltle Ill IMUt, Telegraphic dispatches autiouucc thnt the billionlc plnguo Is raging In north China mid that the mortality list Is from 10 to ii dally In New chwang. Il spite of tills terrible death rate, tlie Chinese authorities refuse to precautions whattake nuy ever. Infected persons go and come as they plenso without let or bin The bubonic plague Is n tilth Vellbulcit 31ping Car, farlor tmliu, SUmbnt ami Comrarfnent Cart, anu Caf Dmlni; Car. gCINCMfUtl iumT0n UtP . 3fM ' V" Florida Havana m(Ww -- V 1 ' (- ..! ..r1 Solid trains, finest In the South, Cincinnati to Jacksonville dally via the Qutin and Crescent and connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, njMK&out Miami or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service MaWll to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. SfJ The Train Service is per ....... ' NA&l feet in detail. Fast schedules, 14 hours to Jackson ville, 54 hours '' HW!k). Cincinnati to 'liBaBaata' St 23-lv Havana. "i 3 J Ji HrWkl KMMTOIWwV iW.aRmtutsoii w CtatluiuU. o.i' a., ,0 pre.- - Shingles Iron Fence. 1'A.C.smE, L( STANFORD, Ky. v&x x. Mill Work. ofinur. Slotal ICt $15.-U,'o- r t, reugragay. frndFor (hialyut fygeufrilinf. m upmm. (StMi -- mw oar rut s-r is rue chcipcst ia 4 ss 0 5 & ' I ig ft on tho IIouso. COSOHKS3MAM WllEGLEU dressed favorable impression figures from tho down Congreasman Horry In tho Houso Mr. Gllbort presented THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Friday In a way that tickled democrat controller of tho currency, showing National bank not only In Kentucky, but overywhero that by tho terms of tho currenoy of tho slippery, slick and unrollable mem- provisions of tho bill tho bo curtallod Dec. 19. 1899 ber from tho filh dUtrlctl known. In tho National bank would Stanford. Kv., annum and tho his speech on tho curroncy bill Berry moro than $1,000,000 per worked in a Gratuitous insult to 101,331 taxes collected from these Institutions Kentucky doraocrats, when ho said that would bo lessened moro than ll.uou.uou WALTON. - Here They Are. KS)!0' " ' Di.-Iie- x, m i ; 1 t? BE i ; I If Lr f ffi K but for honest men who did not want per annum. Dispatch to tho Courlor corrupt methods engrafted upon tho Journal. TheCouror Journal says that In deState Taylor would havo been defeated ciding to mako a contest beforo tho Dnflu, Clinin, Wngmu, Unity Mr. Wbeolcr congrat i by 40,000 votes. Lota of nice things to nrnko llio children's heart glml. Useful nml entertaining. General Assembly for tho offlcos of .ulatcd ucrry in maicing an upuu Music lloxcs, Trunk, Ac, Ac tho Jumpers Exprcw Wngonn, Carts, Vn-c- s, governor, .... nf hn nnnorkl cnvorn-lo- l. which was not characteristic of him. governor and lieutenant their rights as m.. upon Increasing out of all propor- - even If ho had waited two months after democrats proceed rnent aro ..,. ih. .ivil war thov ranir- - thn otfctlnn and como 800 miles from well as upon a most righteous caso; . ........ flft.f nnrl altv mllllOOS a tho scene of action to do so. Berry did but thoy also adopt a lino of policy -- . -. CU UCfcWCUW M..J thorn to many adventures and lb year. They naturally went up enor- not represent tho sentiment of tho sorious disadvantages, because, it adds, reaching In State or tho district and his people mously during the war, Is very Afterwards they would see to it that ho did not misrep- that tho averago legislator 1895 11,205,000,000. and tho railway political trust and in 1885 '80. tho first resent thorn another term. Tho speakfell rapidly Mr. has money to carry its point with tho year of Cleveland's first administration, er then paid a glowing tributo to In doing so tho venal and corrupt, Invites tho trial and Prepare for it now for cold weather is hound to come. dropped to 1212,000.000. Tho first year Gocbel, denouncing first wo will Imvo our Clearance Sale who traduced is eager for the fray, conscious of tbo Fmm now till the of Harrison's administration tho ex- hired railway attornoys crhnpj, nml kept us from selling m many 'I cour1ms kept you from lmying your Winter Goods, upright purposo and adamantine The iKickivnnl eeoson penses Increased 1100,000,000 and wero him, and said that ho was tho fairly age of Its sack of shekels filled to tho might havo cold. Wc nre therefore overstocked on heavy goods wo know, hut one remedy to cell them quirk would bo Inauguwe M43,000,000. Secretary Gage's esti- elected governor and on hrlm. "nut. na wo said, tho gcntlo- - and that is mate for tho fiscal year ending July 1, rated beforo tho buds again burst a good attempted a response men proposing tho Issue, havo 1901, is $631,081,091. or 38,000,000 over the trees. Berry in caso at law and equity, and thoy ought estimates for the currentiycar, and but it was weak and vacllatlng andIs the a to bo old enough to know what they appropriations. keeping with his character. Ho $34,000,000 over tho McKln-ley- 's and having proved are about. In this, as in all other con republican at heart Tho great Increase Is duo to tentions, may tho God of battles smile Imperialistic policy and tho roll- traitorous to tho democrats who elected n havo their miarrcl just unnecessary expenses In order him, It Is a very safo wager to say ho iin thoan that ing up of dollars. A sale llint ineniw iucreaod hiisisneM nt 6th district In and paraiyzo the hanu that wouiu cur This is a fale that menu a saving to to you of many to wring unwilling tribute from tho will never disgrace tho rupt tho very fountains of law J" Dockets of the people. McKlnley wants Congress again. to be his successor and will In all probADDITIONAL LOOAL. The democrats brought tho short ability bo nominated to succeed himcanvass for tho election of a successor FkesH car Salem lime cement Ac. If tbo American voters know self, but to tho lato Congressman Settle to a Hlggins & McKlnney. when they havo enough, they will see ' grand close at Owcoton Saturday, to it that tho great apostlo of the peo"Musical Fits and Misfits" at tho 3.000 voters gathered to hear advocates tho great pood for when ple, who Gocbel and others speak for Opera Houso tomorrow night. -. tho greatest number, Hon. William Senator Gayle, who was as good as June W. Loaded, with a big stock of Holiday J. Bryan, Is chosen to fill the ofllco elected from tho time ho was nominthat Is now controlled by Hanna, tho ated With reference to tho State Goods of every description. Como in Now is the time to trade. A dollar never went ni far n it w ill during llnV Fale. We guarantee every artieln Mild and sco us. Warren & Shanks. trusts and other corruptlonlsts. campaign, Senator Goebel said tho a adversiccd. Hero nre a few of our Many llarpiine: of fight would not end till every democratThe Initiatory ceremonies of most issuo of the I. J.," "I missed tho last place. Our Drew (itxxN have Ihjcii reduced to llc?t Fancy f; Calico cut to 3c. tho secret orders aro absolutely dis- ic nominee was given his proper said Mr. T. A. Bradley at Danvlllo Don't buy until yon have wholesale price. people and would The election In the 7th occurred yesgusting to grown 4- -4 Bleached CotVin 4 Ac. yesterday. "Send It to mo as I don't Warily do credit to children, and tho terday. nmmi o'ur line. added. want to miss a slnglo copy," be Gocxl Ticking Cut from 10c to CJc. Ancient Order of United Workmen Heavy Plaids tho latent, 40c, cut to 25c. 10-Ilrown Sheeting l'ic. part of Geohge H. Alexander, ofSenator- The New York Herald has a dispatch seems to bo one of these. A demoOuting Cloth, l Jc and up. fmm T.ouUvlllo by the grace Cotton only 4Jc. Good Shirting from Washington that tbo republicans tbe ceremony la said to consist of tho say ho will not 8Upp0 t Bta.k Good Canton Flannel, IJc. a All Wool Ked Flannel, worth 23c, cut loe. application of a double paddle to tho crats go into tho will refuse to udmlt Juno Gayle to S. Senator, nor Itciueinl)cr wo arc lictidiiinrtcn for Carcts body of the candldato with a torpedo burn forU. t. until- tho (Joebel election law is Red Table Linen cut Iitmi 25c to 15. caucus. No ono expected UWHT, constitutional by tho supreme Inserted between the planks. When democratic and Matting. acclared Covington Jeans worth 15c cut tit Uc. ho would. He has been acting tho paddle was laid on to Attorney Joe that Ijico Curtains 48c. any- - court. SI. 25 I.nce Children's and Mio' Union Suits '! I" 10, night, with the republicans too long, for Hufflkerat Louisville tho other Curtains reduced to 81. 25c. body to count, him for democracy. of Messrs. Samuel Held only The homes the charge exploded, tho contents went :,0c -- ,t" A good, hcauy, ttriicd lleeced lined Shirt and J. Crlt KliTe, of tho West Knd, Ladies' Union Suits . r'. ". the wrong way and he was painfully POLITICIANS AND P0LT1CS. have had narrow escapes from burning nihility. and Drawer for men, 10c quality, only 25c. hurt. But notwithstanding such misfew daj s. The logs under a Laiiic nil Wool Flannel Skirt only Uk. haps, peoplo ilock into secret orders, One lot Men's Underwear, 50c quality, cut Notices of contest will bo served on In tho last and profit Pro Tern. Gov. Taylor and Lt. Oov. hearth of tho former's was discovered hoping to derive pleasure Outing cloth Skirt for ladies, only 25c. down to !I5c to clon.. a largo hole was burned, on fire after thereby, but to the average man they Marshal today. 81 quality, One big line of Indies' Con-etNow h your chanea for a good, heavy Cap family room was conare moro expensive than profitable and Senator Lindsay Introduced a bill to whllo the letter's cloMiig out price, 4ic. siderably damaged by tiro from tho for Winter. Wc Ixjught a hig line of Cloth, to some men really disagreeable. increase tho pension of Moxlcan war Indies' Itihlwl Vest and Pants worth 20c, grate. Plush and AMricnn Caw at 50c on the dollar, $30 a montn. only 12c general de- veterans from $3 to THERE never was a more Judgo Clifton J. Pratt was appointed 50c quality marked down to 25c. TheccIIpso of tho moon Saturday MohsPc, worth 15c. ljidics' Fleece-Lin- ed mand for a contest than now exists with to serve out Pro Tern. Gov. Taylor's night verified tbo correctness of tho the rank and file of democracy. They unexpired terra as attorney general. calculations of tho astronomers, as lt one and know that the cause Is a ust thing to be and followed has that purged of fraudulent votes and Mr. Poyntzanyway.onoHo says he is beean on schedule time dqwn for lt. oxactly tho program laid thankful for, and judicial shorn of Intimidation The night was clear and the ecllpso r.. ... o -- 81 Senator Goebel and tho en- no lawyer." Cynthlana Democrat. I!... ..!.. '.0.. f'l;i,lr.,n'.n Kolir..! 1 - i- -- , SI .'lit In 7i- - T.n.liiH.' IMlnnl Tin ...irtli v..- Or. ....... ... ,., v.. "" v. ww.., passed yesterday, occurring early, lt was witnessed by diiocs " "i '"c q"'"j "".' J"v- tire ticket havo majorities that entltlo Thn currency bill Men's Fine Shoes l)8c, worth 81.25. Hoys' Huckle Work hoes only 75c. Indies' Heady Made one hundred overybodv who took tho tlmo to ob- reduced to 75c them to tho olllccs that the best citi- ono hundred and ninety to All other daw skirts 'due, black and gray, marked down in for serve tho, phenomenon. The obscura Dreai Skirts 81.50 quality, marked down to l)Sc zens of tho Commonwealth say they and fifty. It practically provides tion wa nearly total, the huge oau proportion. must be given. Tho fight can no long- tho gold standard. Representative Sulzer Introduced a showing only a little light on lt south er be called the fight of tho candidates thel'Jl,-33- 1 joint resolution recognizing the Boer side. It is tho thjhtof tho wholo of criticising England's loyal democrats, who In thunder belligerency and Miss Jennie Givkns. who Instituted through their recog- conduct of the war in South Africa. tones havo spoken proceedings ut Louisville last C:iim4 iih--t - in for Cliii-ttua- s a .,... Sill 84.50 iiliish cape,' bran new. marked down in this Nile to 85 Deboe was given the chair- bastardy j41 iV.t linn nf " Pliuh Senator nized agents, the several State comman, is on Indian week against a Lincoln county trimmed, fur, jet and black riblion, marked down to 85. Call and examine ltefore buyOur 87 Pluih, handsomely mittees. Let tho war ba to the knlfo manship of the committee with In troiihlo acaln. This time sheclalms ing the Children's Jackets tho largest line ever brought to Stanford and for the least money. Our line of and tho knife to the hilt till every Depredations, which supplies him much married instead of not be too an $1,800 clerkship for one of his to democratic right has boon rgalned. married enough as before. She was friends. Jetlerson- Thursday nlcht Senator BlackuuuN Is a democrat Tn Allen county. J. A. Lane, who mnrrlnd Bartlett Carr, who at old enough Is after our own heart. Said he: "I drove claims ho was denied his right of suf- - villo to ono through tho rain from mv homo In fratro. sued D. W. Cllborne, a sberlll for her father, but after spending now For MCll, Hovx and Children wc offer the lKwt wiling lino of Clothing the market allonls. This line has lecn car- night together, sho left him and .' represent, the cream of the leading manufactories oi tho country. v o have lieen encouraged to Versailles today to insist that you will of election, for two thousand five hun claims that sho was forced Into tho fully selected nnd n jer cent, save you at icaei not take into consideration at ail Injury dred dollars damages. iw to purchai-- largely in this line in view of tho advance. We are in by Carr and her boarding . ii ... .i. I ........1 .ir.wt.nwiiiiii.nl luiv.irii tn flip lmtiii!.t Klfiri - ill Shinfonl. to my candidacy, but to urge that tho Bradley has shipped his etlects from marc,lago !.............. v house keeper, against both of whom Slire 10 IOI10W lliu mrj;i: uiiu contest be mado. I would much rather Frankfort to his old home at Lancas criminal proceed- see a democratic administration In the ter, and within sixty days Taylor will she has instituted Inir. MissGlvensts a native of this a member bo shipping his plunder back to State of Kentucky than to be county and is said to bo us pretty as sho of the United States Senate for tho Owensboro Messenger. ray llfo or to myself occupy tho uov. is wayward. STANFORD, KY. rest of An advUory committee witn rt T. D. HANKY, Manaoi:". presidential chair." That's tho way a Bradley at Its head and a member for The ilnmocrats of Boylo gathered In bravo man talks and acts and that's each Congressional district, has been mass meeting yesterday and passed why "Old Jo" is known and loved of appointed to see after tho contests for resolutions, reported by C. C. Fox for much, hut one pood nppllcallon of Tain g all true democrats. their bollol Halm relieved mo. For sale ny Uiaig tho offices. Chairman Long has issued tbo committee, YOU WANT SOMETHING FOU A , I n. ultifnl nnnr-u-l . T71 . for money to aid in that tho entire Sluto democratic ticket Hocker. THE city council of inaWInc the defense had been olected and approving of tho an assessor who has a most peculiar There aro 59 democrats and 41 repub- contests from governor down. As a Date Mangan. Tho rca name Yuba licans in tho House a majority of 18 law abiding peoplo tbey Insist that son of such a utrungo name is given in for tho democrats. Thoro aro 20 demo havo been elected UbO every tho fact that bis father was in Culifor- - crats and 12 republicans in tho Senato thoso who legul meuns to enforco tho will of tbo early o0s, but later return- nia in tho a majority of 14 for tho democrats. people, and expression of contempt und ed to Frankfort, and when his son was Now going on at thu 0n ol't ba,,ot there will be a majority nnnrtomnntlon Is ulvon of tho threats born, named him for tho town of uba of 32 for tho democrats mado by of violence and intimidation Dam, then famous us u mining camp. For your lliibbuml, AViib, lirothur, Sister or Swuct heart ? Congressman Gilbert Introduced u und papers beloro The citizens may my to him whou ho bill to pay George Price, of Simpson-vlll- certain republicans tho election. Chairman J. 01' course you do and and alter asks about their property "Yuba Da ji," $100 for horses confheated by tho presided und Judgo It. J. but Yuba Dam if ho doesn't get there. United States Array during tho civil S. Chrlsman .. Breckinridge spoke In unswer to cuns i. n.i- - Ij.tLltiiS 1l(rfll. Minr vuinuhhi 1r.V7..'.;:w'.:r.i Tm: renubllcan Nutlonal Committee wur. and ono to pay II. P. Bottom, of la his usual vigorous manner. -. .? I ill. fur ' J1" Hun 1Perryvlllo. $4,502 for property taken '" decided on Philadelphia us tho place tliu to iU.y juiirlfH'l Wmll up cats A Now York man Is buying for holding tho next Xutloaul conven- und destroyed during tho war. T. M. Owsluv. of Bowling Green, Is to ship to tho Philippines, which aro tion and Juno l'Jtti as tho day. Chi GARMENTS : WINTER cago, New York and St. Louis cunttt-u- d said to be u prospective candldato for overrun with rats. for tho doubtful honor, but Phila- Congress on tbo republican ticket In i John Falconberry und Ml.s Mary delphia won on the 2d ballot. All tho tho third district. Tho majority of Huston were married at Kev. Taylor d Join ..u it tho lUckrt Slurr. Vim will nrr r Is tho plaee to buy them. speakers jollied McKlnley und ugrcud about Cbastoen's on tho Kith. J"" wicb in oiiurliinltjr to liuy kwmU" J1"!1 Your, lor grtul llirg.liifc that ho would have no opposition, to which tho dlstrlo. gavo Gov. Taylor Ml.. Ada Hamilton aud Mr. Thomas i all liuy nuw. the convention Is likely to bo u very hus awakened tho usplratlons of many Trlsler, two popular young peoplo of Diamoutls, tboro. Courier republicans young cut und dried sort of an affair. STORG. Nlcbolasvlllo. wero married lnLoxlngDiauiond Kings, Journal. THE value of a comma in u printing of. The employes at tho capital bought ton. Watches, burned bt" lu lb" U""trjr. The Clie'" mw State of Kunsas Bradley tbo fni tlco Is moro than over patent to a Kan- and presented to v. Chains, by tho broth- sofa and chairs usod by htm as the to tho waters' edgo at New Madrid, sas editor, who got licked uiiy- Bracelets, ers of tho girls for printing this para- State's chief executive. In a feeling Mo but no lives wero lost, C Lockets, graph: "Two young men from Lcoll response ho replied that tho night thousand. went with their girls to Tribune to at- would nevor bo too dark, nor distance Sick Pins, hZ'lVnCVa?ZXST& ...iTmr -Kheunutiiiia Chamber- -"";- -" .. " tend the teachers' Institute, und after too long to detor him from going to tho i0 VMS- Halm is"gaining a wiae repu srcmiUly - reotlye our oplnlou I r N.Hr.rnl.0 they left, tho girls got drunk." Tho aid of any man whoso namo was on tho lalns l'aln WtenU .ecuieil nt upou comma placed whero it was intended, presentation list tendered him with tho tation. D. 1J. Johnwn, oi mcuuwiiu, tbioush us nlvertUoltiutt.le t our epeue. lor through uiicclve tpccial Shirt Stutls, Plain anil Gold Kings, Cut Glass, Cull' Links, troubled Willi luatawmcui P.tcut. Ukcn out Ind , has been after girls, changes tho story very de- gift. WTBWT speaking of it he says: nelle, without charge, lu T u clifuUted Kkcoiii, Thimbles, Clocks, Sterling Siver Novelties, Silver Joutnal, cidedly. and widely and PlaRepresentative Gilbert mado his BlDcel862. In onvtlilnir that would re . an IlluatrateJ auuiciui--... i con.uiica bt Bend lor umple copy rtlt. AdditM, Gayle was elected to Congress maiden speech In tbo House against Junk ted "Ware, Silver Spoons, and Souvenir Goods of Various I uned Chamberlain's. Pain me until CO. VICTOR J. IVANS In the 7th district yesterday by a good tho paisago of the Currency bill. He lleve acu like tusglo with me. My WttotMtotoc$,) Descriptions. (jgrGoods Engraved Fiikk. majority over Traitor Bill Owens, tut has a much belter voice than the aver- lJalm. It WAtHINQTON, O. C. and palntug un Vwy IlSM Building, age congretslonal orator and made a foot was swollen the vote was light. W. P. a PAGES. r. U- in fill Hem, All Good & Gheap. Cutting And Slashing The Prices. hard-earned m The Louisv illi; Store. i "' s Shoes, Children's School Shoes. -.- New Capes and Jackets. .! Clo'fcjtjkji.jn.fs -- a !H THE LOUISVILLE S TORE. exp-essln- . Great Clearing sale RACKET 1 CHRISTMAS PRESENT! , e, ST0RL! eight-hundre- jtv' rv Kr w fjk Wn. Hamilton's RACKET ... - !".h'"'J I .'., 1 . , ii - ll'V -ili ij iiinm iirm li'huMii a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Kv.. Jok 8. I'.tcn parents at Cave City. M118 LOCAL It visiting berl cooking and ttovos juit In at Geo. II. Farrls Hio lino ol heating w 00 Nov . Eiifillil PisillilKill The-:-:- - HAPPENINGS. - Dkc. 19, 1899 Xmas pretonta at Hamilton's. GO to Dallon for good watch work. Just received a barrel Orlcani moIasct at Warren lie k Shankt'. E. C. WaI.TOM, llUMNHW MaHAOER. TlIK belt material! combined with care, (kill and accuracy Iniuro Rood reiuitt. No other mothodi aro over utcd In our prescription work Ponny Drug Store. PERSONAL ANDSOCIEtYlOSSIf. Call at the f and 100 ttore for Christmas trlx. Nicest and cheapest. 0.1 OR TO acrct of land for alo. Ap. Farmers, wo have a boot to tult ply to D. W. Vandoveor. your business. Sea them. John P. See our 14 60 and IT diamond rlngi. Jones. Pretty and cheap. Hamilton. HE fixed for tho blUzard by having TRY Obelitk flour; It' guaranteed. your coal put In now. J. II. Uaugh- A, I! Florenco, tolo agent. man & Co. Let mo mako hand-madm ! you a good Jori Nr.VlL'8 went to Lebanon Satur tot of harness cheap. J, C. McClary, .a . day. JuixieJ. W. ALCORN It attending Miniature picture! for holiday at Stanford gallery. Mitt Sacrav. tho Knox circuit court Mrh.JosikRanky, of Danvlllo, I It's time you were having "your Tltltlog Mrt. T. D. lUnoy. ' Dr. W. n 1'r.NNV It back from a Christmas picture taken. Call on Mlti Sue ray. protracted professional visit to Catoy. SPALDING hat cone to Lebanon IllLI, Wanted. Hutter, eggt, chickens, to tpond tho holidays with hotnefolk. ducks, gceso and calves. Heat prices 3. S. T0WN8LKV, of Sprlngflold. It oald by F. D Hallou. vliltlng tho family of Mr. M. F. Ekln. IIeatino novo Lktciikr Owhlbv. Hsu , of Lancas passing. Como and sca.on It rapidly tea us for bottom here on legal buslncst jester-dn- y. ter, wat price. Illgglni & McKlnney. GIVE your wlfo a wagon load of coal for a Cbrlttmas present. J. II. Uaugh- rain ft Co. 11 Lincoln county bondt FOR SALE. of .00 each. Apply at First National Uank, Stanford. Beautiful Display VISIT THE STORE AND SEE. A t Watch Withers' wlndowt. They aro crowded with nlco and useful Christmas presents. Go to Danvlllo und examine A. K. Gibbon' holiday noveltlc before buy- nt your Xmas preients. - RareHOMMYflttraetiofls Large Collection of the It assisting In New combi, fancy uckctbooks, fantho Louisville Store durlnif tho busy cy work both In riallcnburg and emseason. broidery at Mrs. Kato Dudderar't. Hknry DElloitn tpent several dayt In Last wcok of our reduction alo. with hit titter. Mrt. Holdam Stuart, Wo move Jan. lit to tho room opposite Corbln. Severance & Sont. Mrs. Lizzik Ykaoer, of Danville, court-hous- e. dayt with Mlu Mary tcnt tovoral J. P. Jones hat put In Standard gat Ilruco. lainH, which mako a beautiful light as JOHN Lkk Ki.KIN, of Lebanon, at well as mako bis itoro as .Ight as day. tended tho burial of "Undo Andy" urn The collcgo will close for tho Christ Wallace. Dr. Vi. Siiklton will leave Friday mas nnnunys on too .m ana will retotpend Chrlttinaa with hit wlfo at sume work trio 1st Monday In January, Nashville. Mrs. Mayf.lla Hkwitt went to I want to buy a good second-hancnglno with 30 horto-powLoulivlllo Saturday to vltlt her broth-c- r, boiler. W. C. Greening, Huttonvlllo. J (o Rout. OWKN MlLLKR It running a bag-gaHid lino of ever thing In Christmas matter botween Cincinnati and goods, which you are cordially Invited Now Orlcani. und see. Gcorgo II. Farrl It Dr. C. A. Cox hat rented and poved to call on Co. Into Grccnbcrry Bright' cottao HELP tho poor by tending a loud or Danvlllo Avenue. Miss Ai.lik Fish has gono to Knox-vll- lo so of J. II. Itaughman & Co's good coal. Substantial presents are tho to ipond tho winter with her kind. Dr. J. M. Ulaok. Dr. Cluton Fowlkr and Mlu The Kentucky IMucallonnl AssociIlattle Fowler spent tcvernl dayt with ation will meet at Loulivlllo Dec. -- 7, relatives In Richmond. Tiiurmokd, who hat 23 and 21), Supt. Garland Singleton Miss Hixkn asks us to announce. been teaching at Ilrodhead, wai here with frlcndi Saturday. Looic Here. Kvajiortttcd poachci, MR. M. W. JONKS, of Casey, a lead. apricots, prunes; dried apple, fig. Inof tho gredients for black cako. Ing Uaplltt and a great admirer Fruits, canI. J., wai hero Saturdy. dy, nuts, A.c, at A. H Florence'. Huston-vlll- e, JakkC. COKMINKY We aro headquarters for ull kinds of feed: hoy, corn, oati, millet, straw, sblpstull, Ac. J. II. Haugbman A: Co - IN order to reduce our stock, will oil hay at a very closo prlco for tho next few wcokt. J. II Haughman Jc Co. doll dressed FREE. Handsomely given away by Craig & Hocker. Every purchaser of a doll is entitled to a chuiice. LATEST CFT BOOKS AND NEW GA MES. A Handsome Selection of Sterling Silver Articles, Hand-Painte- d We havo many useful presents, handkerchiefs, raufllers, fancy collar. brushes, combs, pocketbookB, jewelry, Dresser Sets, Three to Seven Pieces, Richly Decorated. d Ac Sovcranco Si Sons. cr go Sake IJlowers at Worn:. The tloro of W. T. Leo St Son, general merchants at Kubunkt, was broken Into last Friday night, tho safo blown open and 200 In cash and $100 In checks stolen. Sl'ILLMAN HltJOS talks, sings and whistles himself into tho good graces of tho pcoplo overywhero ho goes and Megibbcn Ktmbrough thrills them with his woderful piano performance. Hear them at Walton' Opera Houso tomorrow night, twentieth. PLASTIC ART NOVELTIES Of Ancient and Modem Sculpture is Very Attractive and Showy. I or. W. Bs McRoberts. I 'I I Harvey Helm placo was robbed of sevund u general good tlmo was enjoyed. speak In glowing en or eight barrel of shucked corn tho Sl'ILLMAN IlKHis will lecture, sing Tho papers there other night. Prints of wagon wheels Somerset I'. II. Journal. and whistle tit Walton's Opera Homo terms of It. were clearly seen. Mary ani Dorcas Lkav-KL- tomorrow night, twentieth. Secure a HLOODHOUNDS.-- Mr. Misses .. M. S. aughman of Garrard, were hero yesterday ticket at McUobcrts' and enjoy a treat. THE election to fill the vacancy In has bought of James G. Hardin, en route to Corbln to'vltlt Mrt. James and tho First Nationul Hank, occasioned by YOU havo not paid your taxes and I of Montlccllo, a bloodhound bitch Francli. tho resignation of Assistant Cashier A. two puppies. Ho will turn them over Blooming-ton- , Insist that you do sontonco. I havo to MRS. M. C. IlL'our.s, of . McKlnney, was held Saturday and to Dink Farmor, who will train them 111., who has been vltltlng Mi. tettlo with tho State next Friday, M, and It Is ba make them useful resulted in tho selection of W. H. hocd to Mary Wroy, left for bor homo yette'r-da- y. and must havo the money, S. M Owens, who Wcaren over J. W. Haydcn, In tracing criminals that Infest Lincoln Shorlll. thereupon moted to muku tho election and surrounding counties. of tho Mr. T. T. Martin, an attache unanimous, which was done. Mr. Is hardly necessary to remind Lexington Asylum, who wan on a visit cr Houoht Two Farms. Mr. J. S. Wcaren will bo individual homo Saturday thosu who want to work while It Is to ill parent, went Mr. called loduy, Unit It Is n long tlmo Hocker has bought K. II. Logan's farm and perform tho other duties that night. Will display dead loads of pretty IhinRs for Christinas presents. They have lovely It gets light enough to do so now of lt2 acres und T7 acres of Dr. l W. McKlnney did, but will not be assistant MR. A. C Martin will raovo to Handkerchiefs for Men, Women and Children, Late Novelties in Neckwear for Lacashier. He is a lino Somcmellu order to gel advantage of and that dark comes before ono knows Logan adjoining for an average price having filled satisfactorily that difficult dles and Gents, Kid Gloves for Men, Women and ChiUrcn, beautiful Fascinator for Ho on tho Stanford tho graded schools. Wo commend him It. Tho shortest days of tho year arc of about $18. Thoy Young Ladies. now upon us. St Millcdgevlllo pike and aro a pan of position In tho Stanford Roller Mill tho good insoplo there. to will and und other establishment tho farm originally owned by Mr. ANDREW BUCHANAN, who it attend- The following was handed us by Mr. doubtlce mako a very acccptablo o UIni; tho law department of Centre Col A. D. Koot: "Tho Turncrsvlllo Chris- - Hockcr's father, It. J W. Hocker. lcer. On motion of Col. T. P. Hill tho The Hew Ideal Mulllers for Young Men, Ebony ege, passed up to Crab Orchard Satur tlan Kndcavor Society will glvo a mysNews comes from Huttonvlllo that following tribute to a faithful and day to tpond tho holiday. Trimmed in Sterling Silver, Toilet Sets, Shaving tic social Friday evening, Dec. 2V, ut T John Foley, a whlto blacksmith, seri- painstaking officer was unanimously .Mu. K. N. Scott utd wife, of o'clock, at which, a number of Lincoln ously stabbed Stovo Dryo, a colored adopted: Sets, Cull' Boxes, Dog Collar Belts, Belt wore guests of tho family of county maids and bachelors will toll A. A. McKlnney, having tondered man, in the loft sido, Sunday. Foley Mr. J. F. l'ulllam. Mlt Mlnnlo why thoy never married. Every one is was drunk and had been trying to pick his resignation as assistant cashier of Buckles, Beauty Pins, fcc. returned homo with thorn. invited." a quarrel with anybody bo could In this bank, It was resolved by tbo diCollinh, of Konsce, Mrs. Glenn Dryo asked hlra rectors of said bank that no moro Ik ou don't believe Santu Clans Is In town und when ho met nnd Robert Hlbb and family, of Ilrlttol, about some wood, which Drvo said ho faithful, diligent or honest officer over A variety of Foot Stools, some maile In work bov patterns, handsome Silk Waist Va., will nrrlyo today to spend Christ-mas- t Stanford, call In ut John II. Meier's known causo und occupied any position in this bank than Patterns, Mercerized Sateens, and those lovely Moreen Skirtings go now at 40 cents restaurant und tea tho toys, world could get. Without with Mr. and Mrt. S. M. Owcui without further remark ho begun to he. Ho has been faithful, honorable per yard, nothing nicer for a Christmas present. They nro selling Ribbons for fancy MR. HartGriusiiy, of WahInjion without end. Ho has candles from tho uso hit knlfo und camo near killing his and diligent. His books havo been work at 5 cents per yard, and thousand of other things so nice for Christmas presCity, la tho guest of Mr. Itauu Shelby common stick to Lowncy's finest, fruits models of correctness and his treat- ents nnd so cheap, be sure you go there. Kemombcr the place. victim. back from n hunt In both foreign und domestic and everyund thov aro Just ment of tho patrons of tho bank has Tenncweo, where thoy klllod 2i0n.uolir thing good to cat. Try ono of his lino The Interior Journal which hud been, kind, pollto and considerate, and V. W. Saundeils was hero last black cakes. Prices lower than tho hold tho record for excollenco In trado hi resignation Is deeply regretted by weok returning from tho Inauguration lowest. edition, gracefully jlolds the honor to every member of this board. Ho ha moved hi placo of business whoso issuo of Tin: intention of the postal authori the Danville a Advocate, It embraced 10 from Jackson county to Livingston. Friday was hummer. Found Dead. Andrew S. Wnllace, ties is called to tho fuel that for thrco Mrs. Lei: Wkiib, of Bowling Green, was fuller of Illustrations who has lived with Mr. and Mr. M. F. limes within a week, mall from tho page and was on yesterday' train on routo to and cood write ups thun an egg U of Elkln for IT year, was found dead In Livingston to visit her parents, Mr. Lluclnnatl Southern, bus lulled to meat. As Editor Wool folk Is away, an outhoueo Saturday afternoon, about reach horo until next day, thereby deand Mr. A. N. Huntley. is duo to that Indofat-tgabl- o 6:30. Ho was last seen about 4 o'clock -- IF YOU laying tho receipt of tho Lexington und tho entire credit NEED A- Miss Hettik Wkaukn wont to Livyoung journalist, Count Harry and when ho was discovered had appaingston jciterday to attend tho marri- Cincinnati dulllcs 18 hours. Whether Glovunnoll. rently been dead soma tlmo. About six Annlo May It Is tho fault of tho trains 'or of tho age of her cousin, Ml mall men should bo Investigated. college chapel wa months ago ho had a fainting spell, Recital. Tho Stephen, to Mr. Will Hubanks, of resulting fatally and crowded Frlduy night, wlion tho elo- which camo near I'url. II. It. Ciianhes. II. M. Stark, tho cution class of Stanford Female Col- It Is supposed that bo went oil in a simwho I onoof our best S. II. Martin, clllclent superintendent of this division lcgo gavo a very creditable recital, ilar spell, caused by blood clot on tho und truest men, closed lilt school Wulluco was nearly 83 year mako - years In succession of the L. St N , Jiu been selected by showing that great caro hud been taken bruin. Mr. Flora Ballon, In and six month old and was born In having begun In 18(17 President Smith, of the L. St N., and bv tho teacher, Ml ho bat taught, JelTcrcon county, whero ho joined tho when ho lived In Vlrglnlo. Mt. Ver- President Thomas, of tho Nashvlllo, drilling them In every detail. Each Chuttuuooga & St. Louis road, us super- pleco was well rendered and "An .Ex- Baptist church GT years ago, belonging Slpnal. non for u long tlmo to the noted Long Run Don't mUs this opportunity to get one from us at tho Judoino by tho Ottuwu, 111., puport, intendent of tho now joint terminals In perience Mooting," recited by tho Association. Ho was u Royal Arch especially good. Mis Miss Isabella Balloy It havlnir a Rrcat Nashvlllo, to tuko clfcct Jan. 1. J. W. teacher, was Mason and hud belonged to tho order of tlmo wbllo visiting Mls llyth Griggs. Logsdcn, of tho Cumberland division, Hallou I very talented und tho work S t year. Tliot.o'wlio knew him best Her hostess gave u gruud party In her has beon promoted to thlfi division and her class shows thut sho possesses tho say that be wu a most excellent man, E. Knox, of tho Alabama Mineral fact ty of training other. honor, tho wa ono of tho guests of W. the oul of honor and un oxomplar of durclug party given by tho division, will succeed Logsdon, honor ul a The scump who entered Mr. J. K. unrlehtncns und Integrity. Ho was Timt Club, was uulertalnod by the Wants Damaoes. Vernon Rich Haugbman' homo In tho West End besides u democrat of democrats and Whist Club uud assisted In entertain ardson, u young Danvlllo attorney, has last week remains uncuught. An otTort qftun said that tho solo regret of hit Ing at tho goldon wedding Of Mr. and filed suit In tho Hoylo circuit Cor- life, o far at politics was concerned, u wee. ull wltliln Mr. J. F. Nash, McaiAWhasrclgued ton thousand dollars' damage court for was tnado to get bloodhound fromavail. wa that ho bad joined tbo "Know Tlieeo gowls must go und it you want to gave money and get n against bln and Somortot, hut without CA1T. Hen D. e, Nothlug Party" and cat one voto with new und btylish Jacket or Cnpo cheap como to us. of slander- Finally Marshal O. T. Holm, of of tho Cincinnati dlvl. tho Louisville us train raastor ous charges against him as an election brought one up, but ho wouldn't It. That was tho only tlmo ho ever Ion of tho Q St C, and rctumod hi old lfc&After Jan. 1, 11)0(1, we will occupy tho room recently vneat-cate- d olllcor written, by Mr. T. M.Greono, of trull moro than a few etop at a tlmo. went astray, In bl long voting career run on tho Uluo Orae Special, which by H. K. Wearen, on Fountain Sjuttre, oppocito tho Van Huron to Bryan. very acceptably filled by Danvlllo, over tho noui do plumo of Tho theft was a very bold one, tho ras- extending from has been Court lT'nr- "min Tho attorneys for Mr. cal making a Uro In tho kitchen and He wus a warm admirer of the great toverai-monthCapu "Observer." Capt. Dlneen for Nebraskan and said recently that bo McGraw, whllo appreciating bl pro- IUchurdson are W. J. Price. Robert warming himself and enjoying a hearty Harding and E. V. Purycar and they meal before entorlng tho eharabor hoped ho would live to vote for htm motion, novor liked hi Job und bla rewill be hailed seem to have a good case. Mr. Green where Mr. and Mr. Daughaan tlopt again, Tbo remain weru taken to e Opposite after Jan. lit, HO0 turn to his former placo has offered to retract a portion of his and taking hi clothe, which contained Lancaster and Interred yesterday and with a much delight by film at by tho -. general regret was expressed that tho MR. wants all or a gold wato'a, tome valuable paper and traveling public which hold him In utterances, but fine old man was no more. none. a email amount of money, very high esteem. Mihh IIkrtiia Morse, of has returned to her homo at L, -H- Don't forget Jones' Christmas gooda. Read Hamilton's advertisement and Maccaiikes. In 10 days at Ashland go straight and see his pretty show Mr. M. F. Elkln Increased tho Macca-bclodgo at that placo 83 members. window, which Is full of pretty Xmas trlx. Thov were Initiated last wcok nnd af J. S. CAMi'HELL's corn field on tho ter tho exercises a banquet followed o aszHEADQUAJlTERS FOK-s- s Santa Claus ! Jones' Store This Week It book-Kecp- bo-fo- ro book-keep- er, m Novelties Joilor-tonvlll- o, l'ul-Ha- JOHN P." JONES, Stanford. m,g'Mmm'&mmmm'i U- (flioter Wrap REDUCED PRICE Court-hous- I I'oat-bceaut- e Dau-vill- t. tn SEVERANCE A SOWS. Evmxi&mMvmsMm&wvws&i. ??WP TIio Atliiltmitliiii or 7"ool. The subject of ndultcrntlon of food baa beeu befor tho iullle for jrtMrs. As a romilt of tho ngltntloii there lia been ntnto nml u.ntlonnl lcgWIntlmi In the IntprvM of tho consumer, though It Is very far from nhvnys Irolnc cftYctlvc. In New York state the nKrlcultiir.il department has been very ncllve nml has secured evidence that Ims. leil to the indictment of many orTcmlern. The attorney KCiieml of thu state lms lieeli nrRel to eoiniiromNe these suits on the ground of Ignorance of the law oil the part of the accused, their Mnnil-luIn tho community, their Inability to pay the penalty If convicted. The result of these petitions hag been the Issuing of n circular letter by the attorney general to nil the reptvientn-live- s of the department of law In the state saying that the prosecution of evildoers, not the persecution of the iladlvidual, Is the purpose of the law; that the health of the people of the state Is of vital Importance; that the purity of the milk furnished consumers Is of peculiar Importance to the most helpless of the community babies. Invalids nnd the aged. Tbcro Qught to be no compromise posslblo with those who for profit have Jeopardized the health of the people, The evil results of food ndulteratlon "Were set forth In a new nnd startling "way before the senate committee on manufactures recently In Now York cits', which strongly emphasizes the necessity of rigidly enforcing the laws against the manufacture nnd sale of adulterated and poisoned foods. The penlSer was Professor Herbert AV. Ilnrt. He said the perslsteut adulteration of nil classes of food Is responsible for tho present degeneration of tho race and would be responsible for a future generation of Idiots. He advocated the use of the whole wheat and said that the appetite for beer Is the result of the craving of the system for the life giving elements that are taken Xroin wheat by Its manufacture Into white Hour. Previous testimony this same committee has shown that a large percentage of staple articles of manufactured food sold In this country Is adulterated with substances more or less harmful If not poisonous to the human system. That such food must 111 time produce n race of de generates and Imbeciles can hardly be g i be-'fo- rc INTELLIGENT MIKE. k a si:kb cum: kok chow. TWBSTV'I'IVK YUAIIS' CONSTANT VSK WITH Talking nbout Intelligent dogs," Mid the man vtlio Ihes on Kllsworth avenue, "wo lime n bull terrier named Mike nt homo Mho knows moiv nbout tho ImglHh language than most We call Mm Mike Itecnuse he has such classical I.lltlr Story Wrlllrn for Imillifnt llrmlrr. Onr "We've had him since he was a pup, nnd In Ills younger days he did nothing but rat and bark, bark and eat, day nnd night. It didn't seem as If ho took nny time for sleep. As long as he did hit barking around the stable It didn't matter much, because we couldn't r him from the house, but one day he got Into the kitchen. He wns barking as usual, of course. Mother put him out. As Mike tumbled as gracefully as ho knew how down the steps lending from the back (Kirch to the walk mother said to him: " 'Mike, you've got to stay away from lH-a- feature. here. "That was all she said, and I don't know whether you will care to lelleve mo or not, but that dog has not attempted to entur the house since. Sometimes he comes down the garden nnd looks toward the kitchen, nnd then, ns If he had suddenly remembered something, he turns ami trots back to the stable. "Somewhere around 3 o'clock one morning last summer Mike awoke me by sitting down lienentb my bedroom window and barking. I oienod tlie window nnd looked down nt him. "'Mike,' I said, 'It Isn't rcscctnb!e to carry on like this nt 3 a. m. Shut up and go away.' "That dog hasn't been heard to bark since." I'lttsburg Tress. All but amw thr Public, iliiri-i generous to the nml? ami autlerlng. The proprie- monial, hoping some ono similarly allllct-c- d tors of I r King's New lliTcry for Consumption, mar read It and ho benefited.--Thom- as Coughs and Olds, hare given away orer If n milC. ItowKR, Olcnctie, O For ale by lion trial Wttl of thlsgrrat medicine; and hare thesathfaillonof knowing it baa absolutely cured Uiaig A Hooker, Druggists. num. Asthma, Ilronchltla. thousand of hoivlt-Hoar-eneand all of the Throat, Clival WOUKINtl NIUIIT ANPKAY and lunm are surely cum! by It. Call on Penny, lirngElat, and irrt a free trial bottle. Ilegular slse, The bu.leat and ruUhtlMt little IhlnK that ever bottle guaranteed or price n waa made I, Dr Klnia New Ufa 1111. K.rrry pill 60c and Jl. funded. U a auar.roalcl ftiohule of health, thai change wcaknsas Into atrenelh. ll.tlmnnrwa Into etirnty Saloon license, ui Winchester has braln-fa- i: Into mental owrr They're woiderful In butldlne unthe hm!th Only 'iJcnU vr tui been fixed ul $323. old I) lilt), 1 free. granted tho request against tho pro- ratem. hend for testimonials A CO., Tole.lo, O. K.J Cllr.Nt: Nld by Drnnlsta, 7.V: tests of tho junior, who said ho would Haifa Family 1111a are I lie teaU bo ruined beforo the case, camo up My son has been troubled for year again. It was an advertising dodgo and worked liko a charm. Tho papers pub- with chronic diarrhoea. 8ometlmo ago I lished tho story and eoplo (locked to persuaded him to take some of Chambertho store. lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Hcm MILLIONS HIVES AWAY. cdy. Afteruslng two bottles of the '.'.I It la certainly gratlfylnt to the put. lie In know cent she he wns cured. I girn this testiclone romvrnla the land who are uot afraid to re Ot'TA KAIttlRK. Tho first Indication nf croup Is linarsc ncre. unit inn ctiM subject to that disure sign of sease It may It? taken n tho approach of nn attack. Following .'cullnr rough cough this hoarseness Is If Chnmberlnln's Cough Hcmcdy U glen ns soon as tlie child heconcs lioarc, nr even after the troupy cough appears, U, will prevent tho attack. It Is used In many thousands nf liuine-- In this broad land nnd novor disappoints the anxious o Wo have jet to learn of a mothers Instance In which It has not proved effectual No other preparation can show live year' con such a slant use without a failure. For l.llo by Statk ne Ohio, Ctrr nr Tunno, ( LUAaCm.iir, Craig A Mocker, Druggists. Frank J. Ciikskt nukes oslh that he lathe se nior partner of the Armor K.J. CincstrA Co. bualneM of A Yankee- merchant had his partner doing aforesaid, In the Citysaid Toledo, Count? and Arm will the and that Slate arrested on the ground that ho was soi- umolONK Ill'MlUKIl 1NILI.AI1S for earn and l ling goods below coil and that tho firm etrrr raw of Oatarhii that rannot cured lijr the use of II AM,'a Catarrh emit. KHAN K J. CIIKNI'.r was constantly losing money thereby. Sworn tntiefore mean I aolMcrl!! In mr proa thia Tho caso camo ut In court, and tho erne, -., 16th daj of lNsemlier, A, l. ISxi, A. W oLr.A)N. counsel for tho senior partner asked for 1,,- skal HoUtj 1'uMle. raoro a postponement In order to havo Ilall't Catarrh Cure It taken lntrrnallr, and Mta tlmo to prcparo his case, Tho Judge directly on the tdoipd and muonua aurfaea of the i sin-glrcco-dtwut- Tho Southern Hallway has arranged rnta of faro and one third for thu round trip for tho Christmas and New Year holidays. Tickets will bo told by all agents Deo. 22il, 23d, 2llh, 23th, .10th, .list, and Jan. 1st, with return limit Jan. 1th, 11)00. For Schools and Colleges, holiday rates will bo effective Deo. 15th to 21st, Inclusive final limit Jan. 4th, 1U00. Tho special arrnngo-mo- nt for ttudonts Is otToetlvo uxn certificates from tho Principals of Schools and Colleges. For further Information, rates, etc., apply to nearest agent of tho Southern railway or connecting linos. W.A.Turk, Gen'l Tnss, AgU, Washington, D. C. Win. II. Taylno Asst. Gcn'l Pass. Agt.. IjOtilsvlllo, Ky Cincinnati WeeKly TUits ii nmictum uiu rl!UI : rVV'aH..LIa iiirmj : LM!i!n nfTI.. m.nn ii tit i n il .uiiiiiiri kiui ..nt1 taunMni ui i iic v i .!... : r.tt.... li I uuitur, The Family Newspaper. In 'New Form. Special Departments doroted to Agriculture, Poultry, Markets, Liters aturc, with other Special Features. ! Improved, Enlarged, ir 20 j Pages 3lSend R. 50 It- -- C IjNow: l.lM PER YEAR.M L 20 r: Pages tub W Thn WaaVIi flAllA lisheil 111 the Went. ll.A l..niul mIb.!...!.... n .hh u Head by over 300,000 people. SEND FOR SPECIAL Address, WANTED AGENTS. tor Samplo Copies. TERMS. THE COMMERCIAL THIIIL'NB Cnna, CIncall Hoa.DJ.BrcwcrJtatlcco(U.S.SuMtn)c Coitrt, VflsBSTERTS I aarl I rommend It in all aa thn nn. nw aian.4. .awrtRNATIONAL.1 "V ezla 7 IIwimm wllkvliLli V l.j.jMll...l. In I j3ICTIONArlY,,,orJ,unl' . p. Be l." Inacvurmojrof ileflnltloiij k. In fffrct- - dlaa .vh.muvu.v IIIIMIII1H I'lUHUIH MUIIIII III UTTO alti eompreherulre statement ot facts and In practical uso aa a working' dictionary. . liHimen fayr. ttc ttnt on nnpllctjf Ion. C Mtrriim Cc, ruUukn,SprUgfiU, Mui., U. S. A. unlit. Complaint of Etiquette. "It was a game fight, wasn't It?" President McKlnley helps along the project for the construction of a me- said the pugilist. "You might call It so," replied the morial bridge across the Potomac at me Washington by favorable reference to disappointed spectator. "It madesome think of a game of cribbago or tlie enterprise In his message to con- other quiet home amusements." gress. It Is proposed that tho bridge Washington Star. shall bo commemorative of the deeds of all our national heroes. The president Tint Ilenllam. "I thought you said this was a realistoys that "the proposed bridge would be a convenience to nil the iieople from tic novel." "Isn't It?" cry part of tho country who visit the national cemetery, an ornament to "Judge for yourelf. It contains the nnd the capital of the nation nnd forever statement that they were married Chilived happily ever afterward." stand as a monument to American pa- cago Tost. triotism." The president's expression I'p to Hate. of faith that congress will advance the Hoax I Invested In a horseless carproject will doubtless produce results at this session, prmlded tho report of riage last week. Then you'w right Id Joa Indeed! tho olilef of uiiglueeis upon tho plans tho push. (a submitted In season. Hoax That's what I am. The baby's getting too big to carry. Chicago Is said that there has been great News. It humiliation In Imglaud over the re' ceipt of news from South Afilca. Why One nr the Oilier, "Henderson tells me ho means to HhouM there beV Kuglanil's sons are name his new boy Cleorgc." dhowiug, as they always do on the "Old or new style?" splendid heroism. Thu fact "What do you mean?" they are up against a hard propothat "Washington or Dewey?" Indiansition may lie cause for regret, but It Is apolis Journal. 'Ceitaluly no excuse for humiliation. Whatever may be said for or against Com! nt One ThlnK. the Justice of Knglaud's cause In South "I wish 1 was titled for some busiAfrica, nothing can be said In depreca- ness pursuit." she said. "You'ie pretty goMl at monologues," tion of the valor of her redcoats, even ho leplled, "and people have made a though they hate nt times suffered good lit lug at that before now," ChiA doubted. The extent to which the fad for pet nnlmals has been carried by many wealthy people was Illustrated by one of tlie features of the pet dog show re--, ccntly held In New York. This was nn exhibit of a plan In wood and grass of a national cemetery for all sorts of pet animals, located at Coxsacklc, N. Y. The cemetery Idea was laughed at by those who are not enthusiastic owners of pets. That those who are take It seriously was proved by one of the Society ot Tet Owners, with which the scheme originated, when be explained that already 18 plots had been taken by wealthy people, most of them New York women. Two miles of avenues and walks are laid out In thecemetcry, and marble monuments to dogs, birds and horses dot this unique graveyard. AU this seems very silly and a waste of money nnd energy, but probably those who Indulge In this fad. If they did not do It, would spend their time and substance In some more foolish way. "What sort of a reception did your new tingedy have at Its first production yesterday?" Only the public "Oh, magnificent! didn't soem to take very kindly to It." -- Heltere Welt. Breaking It Gently. Foreman (quarry gang) It's sad news 01 bov fur yez, Mrs. McGahar-raghtY'r husband's new watch Is broken. It wax a folne watch, an It's smashed all to paces. Mrs. McG. Dearie me! How did that happen? Foreman A ten ton rock fell on Mm. New York Weekly. UON Used in Millions of Domes! 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. BBaSaTllVBlBmLBBflBLItalLLLB Best Coffee for the Money! Try LION COFFEE an4 ymi will Mvtr um any other. It Is aksetutafy pura Ctiiw aad UUac tutCiian, naatel Clack. By Alarm Clack. i nwMi i rraa Tronbtoaome Man. "That man," snkl the walking delegate, "gives me more trouble than all tlie rest of the union put together." "What's tlie matter with him?" "Why, If he Isn't constantly watched ho is sure to work hard and fast." Chicago Tost. Gold Collar Button. MalUd tree lor a lion htada art troaa Lisa I Codas wrappers aad ataaap. Made ' of rolled txld and with motlier-of-peaback ; lultabl alike for ladles and oua- I Deo. This snap U handy and popular. baaaurallr L Stylish aaatt2SalafVllYya)aa aj aVj9aaPLa'Ka olatMd stDcaaa hi a. and rood Umthkarpir. Ataaatr Daby Neck-PiHard-EMtnel n. Genuine and Qeld. actual alia. llltutratlon la only Color a dellcaw pink, with Jewel aettltuj and nold trimmlDKt. Sett enamtl Dnlin, ityllili and durable. two-lnir- STRENGTH, niMTY Belt-Btick- U. AND FUVOR a. ataaip. Whao nrdatin eltkaa-- cloak, pleaaa name your Dearest Kipraaa OBo. U Uara U bo exprtaa offloa located la yeux Iowa. Smthjntnm,ijintl.frmttmkiiltfl Ladles' Scissors. For I S Uon beada and Imcent alAann. The Box of Celerad Crayons. nandanoaly roldaUted. fKTfwKwwrwn Qnih.andKt wltli ruby colored Jewel In the ranter. TUi win lie occaalom by wlUiBaaaan ratmrntniri fWtOUaakaada and 2c. ataap. Una wax crayons, fifteen dlCertol colors, accompanied with outline pictures lor coloring. Each craronlt wrapped wtthitionr paper, to provcut The Llon'a Bride. welcomed for "areiicd-up- " tbo ladle who like to mtia dlSsrent colored lathes The gnld-nuliRwi well with any ol them. Ulvcn for 20 Hon stamp. head and a Length, fire Inches, suitable, for rutting, trimming and general household use. Ulsen lor 1 2 lion head and a 2csUasp. BBnrt Sff rCa&uQtdaH P'iavO-- f H Ladies' Apron. quality lawn, with alternate ond tucki; broal hem at tot torn, aul It neatly gathered at waUt; a Tcry Made nf good Child's Drawing Book. ol nice outllnn A collection Razor. Maw stamp. Lion Colfce n rappera and a An unusually lino picture, Irom the bru.h of the noted Ocnnaa artiit. Gatrlcl M ix Mailed free tor 12 lion hcadi cut from tuperlorandktrlitli tome folder, containing copy of the poem and telUui: all about It. faUc, 15xK Inches. "Tkd It li founded on Cftamlito'a lioo'i Ilrldo " Ttiu ttory It IntcreatliiR, and na send with each picture a hand. in, article. bUc, 34x40 Inches. Qlvenfor 20llon head and atamp. ttuuc psptr tho leans. On theto tiuue pages tha tilcturcs bound Into bonk (arm with ititct ot Fruit Picture. i Dorothy and Her Friends." A ijajBBBaa VutaLaaaaaaaaaal children can trace the pictures lncath, thru affording enjoyment, as well nt Instruction to Ihe hand and eye. These drawlnir Looks and tho box ol crayons go yery well lueethrr There are six dlitercnt kinds, and each drawing book requires 6 Hon heads and a stamp. 2lir'-- F 'aiauaS. aivtn lor JS Hon heads and a stamp. A first clai ratnr. made of lat Luglith ttrel, and extra hollow ground. Rubber Dressing Comb. Tor 10 lion heads and a stamp. 1 Incht. full site and weight. India rubber, finely (Initheit. Appropriate for alailUt'dreu-lugH- v or for um) lu the household. Mwto ol genuine bright, Tor 8 lion head! Ump. Naval Box Kite. See it Fly I cheery picture. trja Tj'aaBal and a 2c. picture, represent-In- g a Utile girliilsy-lu- g with her A bright, cheery Eltc, KzSI inches. Olvcn lor 8 lion stamp. liead and a aJjWrpwfrar il 1 he predomliiallng colon are rich red and grcem. blze, 1U2S Inches For 10 lion head aiamp and wUI mail It tiiioed, 50Foot Clothes Line. alien tor 18 Hon heads and braided cotton threads, ttrong, anil will civa tho but ol tatltfiiitlon. M ado of closely The celo. brated lox kite now to popular, thirty Inches long and come safely folded, but can quickly I spread to Uy. Kvery rtI oi!iLj) ievwr.-v SSf' Sfoo t ,Uainc "India." eimllar to "Par-rhtl- ," which has playtxl in eatt-er-ti cuuntrie since before the dawn of history The Illustration shows plan ol the game, with usual counters, diou uc and dice-cu- i onminylng It. A Utli ' iA cago Tost. A man hub been discovered In westA Uxlf. ern Massachusetts who has worked 40 "Well, the Hurried girl has finally hired years ou u prominent railroad uud uev-- r gone." kuw Ilobtou, though offered a free "Hood. How nml why did she go?" ride. One of the wealthiest men of tho the roof. Kerosene." "ThrouKh btnte has vUlted Jtoston but oucu lu 40 Cleveland I'lalu Dealer. ears und then btuld ouly about 20 WliH'siireud lunnrnnre. minutes. Evidently there are people Yeast -- Tliii man llussell Sago says tn the Hay Statu who don't want to go n poor man. he's to tho Hub when they die. Crluiboulienk Well, some fellows The Uugllsh appear to have a naive dou't know tthen they're well off. vmy of swapping off crack regiments Youkeis Statesman. tor cmcked victories. A Mtmleut of Technique, "CInience, why do juu waste time The most overworkcd.man in South on such tritthy loto stories?" Africa Just now tPPjgtH to b the "I'm uiaiing a specialty of learning how not to propose." Chicago Uecord. Brest censor. IcaiiyforbaogiLg. American boy Sj xfc. want one, and older yssffteOflWIllMW pc nous also arc Interested llallcd Ire for 40 lion bead cut trora atamp. Uon CoHm wrapper and a never tire ol playing. Ulvcn lor 20 Hun head and a stamp. Irmnii urlilrfi li.mnli. j Every time you buy a pound package of LION COFFEE you have bought something else, too. Don't overlook it ! You have bought a certain portion of some article to " be selected by you from our new Premium Lists ! TUB AUOVU ARU ONLY A PEW OP THU UON COFFEC PKCMIUMS. Another list will shortly appear in this paper I Don't mlo It I The grandest list ol premium aver oHcred I You alwaya know UON COrFUP by tha wrapper. It la a sealed pack age, with tha lion'a bead In front. It la absolutely pur II tha package la unbroken. UON COFFEll la roattod Um day It Wave the factory . 'When writing lor premium send our letter In D envelop or package with the Hon head. II more than 1 1 Hon beadsitmisent, toucan are mv pnstage by trtmnt ng down th. margin. Ask jour grocer fur Urge Illustrated premium list. Address all letters to the IMPORTANT' NOTICE. WOOtSOH SHOE OO., tqppqpqpq-qpq- p Tit,, MS. M. i2 ij "yWPf'? If our goods give satisfation, tell others; not, tell us. If A CATASTROPHE. "TAKE TO THE WOODS." All tha nm the Vmrtiirlnn Thonnlit That tt An lnrrrtlnir Turn nrnnli War From Hntnnn. Una n .Inkr. PBESEHTS Wc wMi to state for the Iwncill of nny nnd nil persons desiring to purchase goods for the Holidays that we will furnish any thing handled by Jewelers nt reduced prices. Our plan is to receive orders accompanied by Cash for m "WIiimi 9 m foi: stay That We Sell WITH YOU it Comes to lVicos, and Show Von Better Goods LESS MONEY Than Any Other House. Look at Our Window Kor "Did you ever seo tho celebrated 'tnUo to tlio woods' irK?l.iiiinlliti?" fished n young mnn who ha lately returned from n prolonged nojourn In Ilnrnim. "It win inn of the most amusing practical Jokes ever played. Tor nearly n year, nn you nmy know, Ilnvnnn has tiecti swarming with fuku l, patriot, most of 'em colonels nnd who nre (lend wire been tine they haven t received fnt Jons in iiic eivu service. They nit around the cafes nt night, rchenrslng their wrongs, and tlw-lfavorite threat I that they are going to 'take to the wood,' meaning iimi ilmv will en out to one of the In start n little war terior provinces of their own. "(If course nobody regarded the thing seriously", but some of us Rot ilr.nl liiMirlni' It. nnd one day wn draft ed n proclamation which purported to paiace. emanate from the governor After the usual preamble It went on to nay In substance that the expression 'take to the woods' win hereby declared treasonable, am' nny one making nm of the same was liable to n penalty of from T to 20 years' Iinprls-oumegen-ern- Ho clambered aboard the I'ontlac car nt ttoynl Oak early. The conductor was mad because he was comjielled to stop long enough for the lioy to load on u crate of pigeons that ho had sold to a game dealer on Woodwnrd nvenue, and Columbia Ullinbctli between nd streets. He gare the bellcord n vicious Jerk finally. The car shot forward seemingly at the rate of n mile n minute to make up the time lost In taking the boy nnd his crate nlioanl. It wns n drizzly morning, nnd the steps of nil the earn were as slippery ns Ice, particularly those long sideboards of the suburlmiis. At Columbia street the boy gave the signal to the conductor, nnd he Jerked the bell rope ngnln. The car slackened speed. Stooping, the boy picked up his crate of frightened pigeons. Thinking the speed had lessened suftleletitly for him to alight In safety, he stcpied down, balanced himself an Instant Diamonds, Wa tones find Fine Clocks, Sal id and Plated Ware of nny make or pattern. Toilet Articles, Cut Glass Wnre, Ac., nt such prices ns will make it nn object to patronize us. Catalogues can be seen nnd prices learned by npplying lo At the Store of THOMAS DALTON. This is ROBERT FEN Z EL, Special nnd will Save You Money. HAM f'jnrnrcg.'nf5 UV "" SV Hi HFT: STRICTLY ONE PRICE f f m It was nil on nccount of tho rnln. He yelled ns his feet Hew out from under hlui. Still clutching bis wabbly Inllt crate, he turned n back somersault nt hard labor. In the nlr and enme down flat upon It. "A Job printer wo knew set the thing The car had stopped at Hllzalietb up for us In regular ollldal style, one street. The smokers on the back platside Spanish nnd one side Ktigllsh. nnd form heard the crate crack and saw It wo had altout n hundred copies pri- give way beneath the weight of tho vately struck off. They were the lov. source of endless fun. Wherever we And out from under him, before he henrd n boodle patriot holding forth could rise even, rose 21 doves nnd on the Ingratitude of nations we would winged their flight Into the higher nlr. quietly slip lilm n copy of the procla The car reMimed Its run. There In the mation and whisper tnni u was ncing middle of the street stood the boy. He posted nil over Ilnvann. held the broken crate In one hnnd, nnd "The effect wns magical. I remem- he stared woefully up Into the clouds, ber n certain general who was bellow- where soared his pigeons. Maybe there ing at the top of his voice nnd had Just were tears In his eyes li nde the usual declaration In regard At nny rate, a vegetarian on the back 1 the woods, when n waiter handed platform was heard to remark, "I'm him one of the documents. lie glanced dum glad of It!" Detroit Free Press. nt It. turned pea green and vanished. don't know. It How he got away Tnklliic No Chnnces. was like n trick on the Mage, and, wlmt Is more. I never laid eyes on him again. I lielleve he really did tnku to the woods. "Wo worked the thing for nbout n week Wore the Joke leaked out, and we came near causing an e.ont nmoni: military gentlemen who wnnti-Jobs or Mood. Some of them received shock that they have such n ner-o- us Ihvii mild as lambs ever since." New Orleans 1 1 Times-Democra- GEO. H. FARMS II AVE- - &co ! Christmas Goods Galore Handsomest Line of Lamps and Chinaware ever brought to town. OSfE very thing Good to Eat. a 200 UP-TO-DAT- E HORSES. 200. welletnb1hed sale hoirei In Kentucky. of business and pleasure The only genuine and The Old Reliable Maple Park Kindergarten, ' Danville, Ky. 30-3- 1, Twetity-Thir- d I Sale Jan. Feb. 1 & 2, 1900 hope, utter selling 0,300 horses, coupled with lioncM, upright dealing, will widen my men Mill lieru large circle of piitrons. Why lo. all flrnt-cl- a Tho best place on earth to M'llliorM. the lest buyers, the bet prlcet. The I.K.isTCost. AIivo all (Ieneiim, Satis-- j E. P. PAULCON'EK, Danville, Kv. Write for terras and entry blanks. ictio.n. jyfl U Wlur Prrrantlan. thinking of going Into politics." thoughtfully. he said "What!" eclalmed bis wife. "Yes; some of the party leaders have been lo me. nnd they assure me tluit I would Ik.' a very strong man nnd almost certain to lie elected." "John Henry." she said, "you're worth $!!.t "MX!, aren't you?" "IUislly that." "Well, yon Just assign everything over to me nnd then go to the party li.mlitra iitiil t,M them vnii've done tt. and then If they still consider you a strong mnn mm want yon to run lor office I won't My a wnnl. It Is Just as well for you to llnd out nt the start In what your strength lies." Chicago I nm "3W KPrvTlrif U'''lf Christmas Presents To Fuit Kvcry One. The llest of ! piiejo, Mortimer Ulley, I cannot listen ter yer protestations. Mo fadder said yer ain't got no prospecV, nnd do Kver'lironglit to Stnnfonl Wo GIVE AWAY this year to the lucky ono man wot gets me mus" give me ns good a llandxune Dieifcl BiMtic IIcad,iKtil Boly Doll, now on display at a home a I got now. .cw iorK World. Qulnn Do m i llrhlnil the HriRlnr. Which la the swiftest nnl-iim- Craig & Hooker's. of n Doll L m im. M M W CLOTHING HOUSE main single?" The Apiirnprlnte Srnnon. "Well, she carried out her promise to "It siH;ms to mo that I saw n great nil Intents nnd purposes. She married n loor coot named Sandhill, who really many more horseless carriages during Tribthe fall than nt nuy other season." hadn't n bit of tand."-Chle- ngo "That's to bo expected." une. Gallery in Central Kentucky, having been re"How so?" This is now the mti.l I'mplre Crumble. cently equipped with the marvelous Anattigrnat I,unsc; tho iidiv discovery in optics) "Pall is the proper time for nutumu-oblle(lermau emperor says "I see that the Uu't It?" Cleveland I'laln Deal- science I wish to Miy to the Ladies that that his peoplu will hold tho Samoan er. Is a (Jermau Maud as loug ns theie ell, I've henrd of nn elephant making n mile a minute. Where was An liooil n Hrr Wnril. Qulnu I'reposterous! "Whatever became of that pretty this wonderful elephant? Miss Hill who nlwnys said she would De route On a circus train. Chicamarry n man of her own name or re- go News. livery purchaser fust. Fonte-W- ENTITLED TO ONE CHANCE. THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. Neckwear, Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes, &c. No Qv ctoats jy Suits And Warm empire." "He'd have made if much more enduring If he had said 'while llmburKer I'laln Dealer. lasts.' Just rceived a large stock of tho very iinV "I presume he becomes n horseman, my bon." replied Mr. Tucker. "Don't TnuehlnB. "What," asked the sentimental young bother me with foolish (juestlons." woman, "was the most touching Inci- Chicago Tribune. have to bo seen to bo appreciated. Suit Patterns never sold In this localitvibeforo able for (ruining from the simplest photograph to the most elnuornlo paintings. dent you ever wltnohsed'" mouldings specially for suitable " Among the lot is the New French A rnsrlunliir. And after some thought Senator Sorghum answered, with emphasis: Mr. Northslde (emerging from tele- delicate pictures, Kmbroidered Mats, French Water Colors, and all pictures that regirl at "Central" quire a duinty frame When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. Wo phone. lox)-T- hat "An election." Washington Star. will save) on money. must be n raging beauty. i'.M Opposite Post Olllce, Danville, Ky. nsked Tommy, "what becomes of u cowlioy when ho grows 'Taw," Ontcrnna II. THESE LENSES FLATTER. Latest Designs "Fleur-De-I.is- t) JV)ouldix;gs I'lvx'tit Mon'h ami CliiMivn's Wear. And Lots cil' IV-fii- l You art' coriliallv iinitoil to t'omi' in when yon Conje To Court Next Monday. HciiicmhiM' W "That little fellow over there has the Mr. Northslde Sho cuts peoplo out sweetest temper I over knew." so easily. Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegrap"I don't wonder at It. There Isn't any room for his angry patulous to l'nniiirrolnlle. rise." Cleveland I'laln Denier. "Shall I slug llecausu I Love You?' " nsked .Mrs. Darley as she seated her-keA lallilf Sllullt. at the piano. sensitive Rodney Jones Is." "How "No." replied Mr. Darley, who u a "Yen; he lakes It as personal If you get off a street cur when he Is getting brute. "If you love me, ilou't bing." Detroit 1'ree I'ress. on." Chicago Ilecord. in ii Muff. Arllat ir Artlanu f "Our engagement Is off again." "I hear Jennie Is nlmut to marry u "What's tho matter now?" Bnlnter?" "I gave her n belt buckle with my "Ah! My Undo or profession?" Inidintuismnli on It. nnd she uses It to dianapolis Journal. fasten her dog's collar." Chicago Rec if I'lremiiMrrllieil. Mr. Shadyslde How do you know? Third Street ('Ill Wiiulil llnllirr 'Walt. ord. A Serlmis IlUniitiltitmmt. "Why does Mrs. Tlmbeilake wear that setthM look of melancholy?" "HcnuihO shu eau't make eyeglasses stay on that Hat nose of hers." Cleveland I'laln Dealer. Gmzzt$i it iPT1IijKAA WilKyTry ,', M().ui JwliaBS5teiiiW fil'l lB t'i t vEMwj Ring In tho new Ring out tie old RiD2 ln tba tru" " King out tto fals W.n?, to ymi the rtwanJ true from thi We plnty (ores.s of Norway DR. BELL'S (Jiiaranti't' Out' CJomls. itwmi THE GLOBE, J. L. "Yes," she bald, "I nin proud to say that I am a bachelor girl." "And I." he replied, "take equal prldo In tho fact that I um an old maid mau." Chicago Post. (!) rntlini. "Tho French have u folding bicycle." "a that so? Well, the American wheel doubles up often enough to suit i IiidhumtMjlls Journal. "Oullty or not guilty?" oeked tho me." court. A Mlxnl IlleiBlmr. "Well, Judge," respouded the prison"Telephones uro great time savers, er, "If It's nil tho same to you, I would aren't they?" like to wait until nil the testimony U "Well, that depeuds on who calls you In befoie I render an opinion." tin." Chicago Record. .1 II st llrtcritrri. Frohman 9 & Co., iffit I AM Q7 wM. WTIlRRMRtBL4t . ?ivm 1 qulflt It H'j.iuJ7 tvul nit irnunrlrlltl tacr'pMwtllMCOcsbiikuJuiU. Ilmlki Hi. iwii i'iat-iiu- 88 YEARS w Mroac-M- M 1 o.l'H,ftl OLD."' n. Nature's most natural rrmedy, Improvtd by stlcnce to a Ft:awnt, Permanent, Posltlro Curp for coughs riiis and " InQameJ iurfacej of tlie Luns l.iJ C m 'i. d Tubes. i tn Lungs aro exhDa-rateTho sc re, weary mucus Is cut out; tho i the caussof tint tkkirji Is removed, and the Infliaed membraat'.creli'vJeJonJ soothed so that then Is no i.iJi'iatx) to cough. SOLD BY ALLCOOD OnUGQIOTS COo. and CI. CO Slaaa Dottlao Only. uuj-.h-wd hu r niH-iiu- -n H.MA.. ynuy DE SUFJi: VOU CCT 2c, C;. CosS'o lk lunp U. A. M(UUb DUVILLE For Sole at Penny's Drug Store. i Kt-fr- i -- "' " Jlittoiii I'll t iJattHMtaAaftafrt l nniiliamlkj . iiii a - imu mm i ";v"M BRIEF NEWS NOTATION. UNO AND STOCK. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Tho president's rious eondltloo. W. J. Glarcr was hanjrcd nt Albany, Ga., for tho murder of his wife. Thn nroadwny National Hank, of Boston, ha. failed for M.000,000. Robert Johnson killed 11 quail at one shot whllo hunting In Ilowan county. Harry Nelse, a local pugilist, was killed In a bout with Fred Ilallcrton at wlfo Is In o vory se- St. Thcro were sixty nssljrnments In Loulsvlllo this year with liabilities of Moro-hous- Louis. $7,09.431.00 a A Ncjrro who attempted to assault o vhlto woman was lynched In m i it parish, La. William Waro, of Hayesvlllo, O., Klrkpstrlck.Mrs Kllv(S.K)S0A died from tho effects of chloroform i i..m Mr. .1 V iX 111 town lot stop toothache. used to Saturdity. December Murphy, Mrs Geo. (N It) town lot In Rowan county Willie McDanlel Manuel, I) F. 5 acres waa accidentally shot and killed by Pope, Geo. (N It) town lot Sport Carroll, a playmate. boy at Munclo, Ind., Itoblnson. ltobt. town lot A Itogem, Mlko 2 acres hot his father, who was trying to kill ri Kcynolds, It. Utown lot the youngster's mother. Scholocta, Herman 25 ncrrs In a tonemont flro at Brooklyn thrco Vaiight. U. W.J acre iwrsons lost their lives. Many others Ewes sTANFOni) couiur.P. narrowly escaped death. Extra Hnl'ey, Dick Hr. 41 ncre William Wallace, of Dayton, O., Ball, OMio acre drank carbolic acid when his 15 year Hilggs, Embry town lot old son was brought homo drunk. lrrl. llruce, Abo 1 acre In tho U. S. court at Atlanta a young was glvon six months In the peniCaldwell, Hilly town lot man Craig. Fleming 1 acre"baUnco"... tentiary and fined $100 for using a canttr Carr, Harriet (N 11) 10 acres celled stamp. ,.... Depaw, Harry 10 acre Mrs Mark Banna was robbed of sevEmbry, Mlttown lot eral thousand dollars' worth of diamonds at Hot Springs, Va .presumably Embry, Mrs Belle town lot by a Cincinnati man. Ellis, G. 11 ) acre Francis, Tom 20 acres Firo at Duluth, Minn., Sunday destroyed property worth Glvcns, Mrs. Anthama town lot...- md thirty thousand dollars. One fireGiven Aron 10 acres man was killed by falling walls and Given, Mrs. Ann town lot Goodu, Frank town lot two were seriously Injured. Senator Depew gives $50,000 rent for Goode, Will 20 acres "balance" tho Corcoran residence In Washington Gill, Green town lot nihlnaljll for six years, which la 20,000 more than Green, Will 5 acres time. hla sAlarv for that Gardner, JosiaU 10 acres Gamblers paid $3,950 Into tho circuit Hansford, Bob, Sr town lot 'oo, Wedncudav, Hays, Will aero court at Lexington Saturday. Jonn .... Tike gave up 81,000 of it and the felony Helm, Geo. 15 acres Tircoairalnst him was dismissed. Harrison 2 lown lots Helm, Because F. M. Shely accused him of I locker, Joo town lot S. Hancock has stealing his dog, J. Hocker, Anderson town lot Enterprise. life-- " 20 acres. sued Sbely for five thousand dollars Hickman, Munroe Cave, has Harry Lazarus, of Horto l damages In the Lexington circuit The agricultural department at Hill, Wialt3 acre received an order from the British Wttshineton his lately been experi Jones, Will 2 town lots , court. half dozen pacing A revised list or British casualties at government for a generals to rldo In menting with a new food for cattle James, Henry town lot shows over nine hundred mules for British Wodder river manufactured from the cornstalk. The Jones, Mrs Mariah town lot killed, wounded and missing, the last South Africa. acre and all, Is ground fine and Estray. Yearling steer weighing stock, pith blood or a low grade of mo Logan, SamWI. 71 acre previous report showing some eight Lackey J marked mixed with 600 to 800, supposed to be ear hundred. ThU mixture Is then madolo.o Lackey, Will town lot weign-in- g lasses. During the term just closed the court under bit in each ear, and a steer two or under heavy pressure, and the Lackey, Tom 2 acres 1,200. Missing 1,100 to dry. Before feeding LUlard Hrs town lot of appeals disposed of more cases than G. S. Shelby, product allowed to r hrnken and placed la Mldd eton, Oeo. town lot ) at any term for years. Three hundred three weeks. Reward. 3 71 swell and become soft, Moran, Dock town lot ad fifty cases wtre either dismissed or Shelby City. OlU OXXjjIH KARM. report of the wheat water. They WAYNEaruao rouRi. The government 2 12 Asd bounded on tb North br lb lnda of. lot decided. and their nutrltlvo valuo Is said to be Owsley, Geo. town lot 100 IVnnoll nd H.nrr I. Mrumult. "n the We.i 3 acres...... ...-- ! three of his crop says tho yield this year was 465 Iloone, Daniel nd Mr. UJelson Hamilton and highest. Tho new food costs to Richardson. Will 1 acre Und. of Vfta. 05 .U.bT tbua lb South brtb 8.wrr bushels. Tho area sown this of tho land of(l llllili .Hh.ni ton, and 8mith, ltobt 2 seres 220 Bell, Mariah Heir 10 acre..... children were killed near Alliance, . bf tbo Isdol Hrd. Joom acres, produce from $10 to $12 per belr and oa Ik 30,lou,uuu 125 181 Gayles, Francis Heirs- iriord countv. by the explosion of pow fall Is estimated at thousand more will do as much good as 825 worth of Stewart, Lee I acre Ufurre. Th Und U Ih eoal Und and It. 11)0 lotbrllmtmkelholli trrt ofWO rtr. hundred -- ... 7 73 Shanks, Amerlcus 10 acres der with which Tie was preparing to do which Is two The average condition corn or oats. It) 2 acres terr lubl frvperir. Sims, Sam (X than last year. TaKM.orS.ta -- A rrclftofs ad 11 roolb, 280 sme blasting Situs, Tom 47 acres HUSTON'VILIiE DIST. NO. lKla wltk r J eurtir fiual ln.ullm.nl. is 97.1. and aro the latest thing In Simpson. Ellis 3 acres cargo of sugar eyer 20 Paper teeth 2 berln( lnlere.1 Irora dr ol aalo until ald lien The largest white: bTln lb lorrw and efletl ol ludnuenU. tb A ; W. W. Lyon sold to John Morris, of dentistry, and aro said to bo perfect. 0 22 at an American port arrived at town lot 185 will l ret.laxi on lb Und loiwrur Tardlff, Dr. W. D Anderson, Mrs. Minerva 4 acres.., saddle gelding, 6 .- uwn.y 2 12 'Philadelphia Saturday from Sumerang. Loulsvlllo, a brown Up to this time china Has been used Tucker Ur town lot p 100 wis fo, in.pc.rebBonder, Anton 25 acres sold to Drye & 7,026 tons and was val- years old, for $200. He but It presents so many Vinson, Frank I acre 1 83 almost entirely, Mailer Cuiumlvlooer Unroln Urrult Cuuii. 5 25 It consisted of Carncv. J. A. 30 acres Weatherford three nico narn'jss gem-lo- disadvantages that dentists always 2 20 ued at $500,000. 6 25 2 ColTman, W. D. 30 acre. at satisfactory prices and has on have been on tho lookout for some oth- Withers, Dick 2 aces 2 07 Pro Tern. Gov. Taylor pardoned W. Whitley. Dave acres - 4 75 harlinnn It W. town lot a few good acting saddle and man, 3 15 J. McNamara, the Lexington shoot -- hand horses, which ho will sell reason- er substance which could replace It. Whitley, lgan 10 acres "balance" 150 Daugherty, W. J. 43 acres tbo People. ness who was given three years for 2 76 Whitley, Candacy (N It) town lot. . 2 12 Denham, W. M 32 acres TIIOU. AHB MADE WEAK ETES Gov. Bradley had ably. 100 injj a Negro soldier. 2 45 lot and Oeo Less than a veax remains in which clear, Fletcher, W. J. A John 40 acres.. Danville Coukt. A good crowd r vision madeor sorestyes re morcd kind Whitley, Shelby town K) 4 acre 01 declined to pardon him. (N mat eyes of any Woods, "' to gather lacts, ana iniormation next Gaddi, Will bat-re- . Danvlllo court yesterday but gtanulated lids Because a nonunion orchestra was attended will influence your vote for the -- sev.iwcdily and effectually cured by the u of Gaildis, Lee 1 acre tho music, the the cattlo trado was the dullest for CRAB OltCIlAltDDIST. NO. 2, tsraployedto furnish Salve. It's put up l lu prcsiueni oi tnc uimcu own Good T. J. I acre Less than 75 wero on the Sutherland.. EaKle Eye WHITE .o American Federation of Labor refused eral months.only f e butcher cattlo sold-a- t In tube, and old on guarantee. Tor That trrievous wroncs have Deen 0) Oarbery, Ja. 10 acre and I Anderson. Mrs. Susan 20 acre. nt I'eniiv Drug Store to attend tho banquet at Detroit until market They brought 3 to 3 35. J. W. :i 20 committed, and grave errors allowed M. town lot 1 40 Helm, A. all. Italian!, Wm. 50 acres the orchestra was withdrawn. 2 80 to exist without effort at correction, is a buoch of coronet! 2J YEAHS. 3 10 Halley, Geo. 10 cr s Ilurencr, Julias 00 acres evidenced by the speech, writing!, ana Ten thousand rlties, three field guns Alleu withdrew suffered 25 IfJM with u coukIi. and $21. Tho mulo market Hill, Moses Hrs. sctcs , 135 at about llroiiRhton, John 30 acres and a larco quantity of ammunition so- 2e0 comments of eminent statesmen and 27 acre. $55 to spent hundred of dollar with doctor und a number sold at 3 18 Konrader, John men creted by Cubans In tho district of was active and U no avail until I ued nr. Cligler lint towulol 2 30 jurists; congressmen and leading 3 43 Iranio. Ilernoy 00 acres G. S. Shelby sold Jo sneep fnr medicine remed Colon. Da'd lOOacie YTM.r..n worn discovered and taken 8125 of business ; professots and clergymen ThU 11.,11'a 2 10 3 40 I.yon.Ja lown lot at five dollars and fifty cents. B. Chan m.,V.-- weak lune strong. It ha saved my Otoucher, Jan. 2 arron possession of by tho Americans. 2 35 in every state. Is121 Maon. J. M. 61 aenw Cincinna- cellor sold two horses for $125 and n Orautiiiurg. III. Party affiliations have been ignored Daugherty, Dan (N III Hlaurc !fc j. H. Knell. Gus Meeban, a 3 05 $75. 102 Xtl,S 1' 300 acre in the outcry against thrusting aside detective, was shot and killed by aac Hamilton ono for Dyehouse, Win 1 acre ti 105 Congressman Eddy Is tho ugliest man Farris, S10.70 to Chicago and return via tho 5 20 Pitman, Albert 1 acre the safeguards of our fathers and rushKW acres Dudley Ferguson, Bon of one oi tho 170 rei- ing 2c0 I'rioton, W J, 2 acre into the affairs of Europe. of Cincinna- Vnnnn rnuto. For the Christina and in tbo House. .und ho knows it. a most prominent attorneys Frn7ior. ltobt 50 acres .. .1 too The situation is a deplorable one if uin.iiiiiHit tickets will bo eold erenco 19 nis pereuiia, ..v... ...- (irillla, G. C 102 acre 4 CO Statuu. J. W hr a urre who had employed tho detective to New Year holidays ti, tM acre-.- .. 5 55 unnoyanco. not alarming ; as is also our domestic 2 80 Schlnchter, Horinun by tho Monon route to all points on und therefore causes him no shadow lilra. Harris I II 50 acre 2 5(1 affairs dominated by gigantic Trusts. d ii -- i Sltinger, W. (1. 2'i aire During his canvass for election, his op- Hutchison. W. 0. town lot In tho snow reached by Its line, at ono and Twenty trains aro stuck I 20 The evils are not of spontaneous 70 VtuiKht, Dud 40 sere furo on Dec. 23, 24. 25, 30, 31 and ponent charged him with being two Haggard, Buttle A 211 acre "between Palni.r Lako and Pueblo. 2 05 growth I They are the result of years when ho reNancy (X It) town lot.. 1 00 Wilson, reported uH to tho car Jan. lt, limited to Jau. 2d. Tho rato faced on certain Uaiio, 35 acres Haggard, Squire Col. Drlfw are of labor and expenditure of millions Chtcago and return sponded, "I'll leave it to any ono hero 1 00 Hi's roNviii.Kiouiiiiin. acre King, Hill roofs A fresh snow is falling, filling from Louisville to Beginning with the dis- 2 20 of dollars particulars and SJbetber if I had two faces I would bo 11 acre 4 02 Aldevcr, Clia cuts us fibt as tho snow plows will bo 810.70. Full Jas T. I acre up tho Lawrence, silver for 3 10 placement of American 1 00 timo folder containing map will be wearing this ono." llrltiht, W. M. 0 acres can HUbti through them. Lynili. James 30 acres 2 M) Knglish gold, the cunning of Eng 13 80 Bright, Sim 2 nrre cheerfully furnished on application to acres The Wisconsin supreme court has Infalll-bl- o Luiihforil. J. L 05 2 oo land's diplomacy in shaping the des- LodUvtllu, Ky. IIrlKht,lIalty(NK)llncre.... The Pope, who l said to be declared compulsory vaccination to be E. II Bacon, D. P. A , 0 jo tiny of our Republic is apparent to century ends Miller, W. S.5acriw decides that tha 10th 2 23 Bright, John 30 acre unconstitutional, because It may bo obNei.dike, John 50 ace 45 any ordinary observer seeking the n...l. 31 noxt. although everybody else iti:iii(iTinoMTiii:ius 80 Brown, Geo 1 acre 3 jected to as ii matter of conscience Xoikr,A 11.1 aero 10 true inwardness of events. u year from that Ne 1 25 U' l..i1.H thai hit (. It. Meadin.u. of says It wont end till Brown TiuslcJ town lot im.i tn enforeo It might thercforo In Noaks, Elizabeth 50 acre The Cincinnati Enquirer has fre 1 4U irk. Mich .lu tliCWl War. It caused Viboiril.Ie line. 123 Bunlett, John 31 acres Jean. llm no lllir.lluiklen'i trralluetil brll--tuml lor Oiicnhelm Chceno Factory 1 aero. terfere with religious liberty. 2(15 quently caueu attention to eacn anu hlui Curn Arulra blt Then lot 100 Burton, Jim town The circuit court took no action move as it was transpiring, and I'ctrev. Adam, Jr. 2 acres HriiU. llnrlK. lluiU. Ir'elulli. (orn, M.I11 2 00 every teuUa town lot 11 35 Bailey, Krui.tiunt l!wt I'll during the campaign of 1900 will ltovnolds.J I. 55 acres Hcalust tho brutes, who burned tho 1jx Cure guirantti-d- tureuii bjr eurlh. ilPrujijUt l'tuuy, bold 2 20 2 30 Calilwel', Kphraliiiti acre Negro Coleman, at tho stake, oxcept present its readers with a truthful Rogers, John 35 acres 2 30 3 08 Clo) d, Jerry 8 acrea array of facts that will be extremely lingers, D. M. 00 acres to onto tho fact and file tho Indictment 1 85 2 80 Uloyd, JohnSr. 1 acie interesting and startling. away. Thu judgo and Commonwealth' Rogers. Jas. 11 acres 200 FOR 6J75 Cooper, Wm town lot American, be he No attorney In tho Maysvlllo district aro Rogers. Tom IK) acres 185 Republican. Democrat or of other Hanrad 2 ncre. . . evidently In sympathy with tho mob. Roberts, Mrs. Amand i 2jS acre. ... 6 10 Deatherlilge, 2 20 political faith, can afford at this critical Tho continued reverses that tho Brit-ihMONDAY, JAN. 8TH, 1900. Smith. MtH. America E. 100 acres.. 1 25 Given, John 11 acre 105 time to ignore tne iruui. 2 05 (looch. Sam 4 acres .'... are suffering In tho war with the Smith, Geo. 20 acre 2 00 nreiudice. with the Trusts as dictators, 2 40 Olveni, Anderson town lot.. Boors created u panlo In tho London QU EEN &XRESCENT A. T. (N It) 23 acr 4 ! M., Stewart, 2 15 is a far more degrading slavery than 2 45 Goodu, Frank town lot Saturday and many failWtween tho hours of 9 A M., and ucW market Stew art, E. (N It) 250 aires "" that which existea previous to the Livil door In Stanford, Lin- Souder. John 3u acre court-hous- o Bullcr W. j acre 2 40 Goode, It. at the lures aro rcortcd. Muj. Gen. to the . UK) War of '61-6- 4. 2 80 HulTuian, Cash 1 ucre coln county. Ky., I will expoo tost one tbousaud and ninety seven mon I'. 61 acre Stewart, r LOW RATES. 1 in) Trusts in the United States alone I 90 ii..n.., .inrrviacre M..i...t bidder for cash In hand to pay Taiikcrsloy, T. J. 5 acre tn his dlsabtrous attempt to cross tho & have a representative capital greater via the tho State und County Taxes for tho years Taukersley, Adam 2 acres 82 were 16 aeri 2 51 Jariuan, Dink Holiday Rates. Ii faro Tugola river. Of this number 1 00 following than all the gold and silver in the 4 02 Jariuan, Dock ) aero tilled, (07 wounded and 318 aro rales- - Queen & Crescent Routo Deo. 22d to Bhown opposite the names, tho Thompson, W. D. 50 acres 1 mi world. These will spend many more James town lot woisoiey 25th, and Deo. 30th to Jan. 1st. Tickets property, or so much thereof as maybe Jones, tag Commander 2 05 millions of dollars to suppress truth CRAI10IICIIHI COI.OHKII. 1 arre and aro good to return Jan. 4th. To jwlnts necessary to pay said txe "" Lyons, Harrison wimmoned before Queen Victoria, 2 05 and facts and mislead all who fail to 2 20 McCorinack, Oeo.6 acres... a for the war office at once lsued orders und Nortli of Ohio river roturn limit U will .be published oncewill week for four Dclancy. Henry 3 acre 05 look beyond their plausible decep 2 20 McConuack, Sam 3 sere. disappear as Guest. Bill 1 acre i uv .T.m !. W. C. Rincaron. Gen. Pass. weeas uuu .i. nnmi of all the reserves ; iho mobilization Read the Enquirer and you 2 05 tions. 189 l'owell, Bon towu lot . .. i,. lav mid cost are paid, tost Johnson, Henry replacing Agt., Cincinnati, O. xho rullltla, tho latter for 150 2 10 will be able to discern the truth and .. space Lee, Edmopd 1 acres. which will bo sent to tho Porter, Ell town lot of advertising II 60. Timo and garrisons 1 75 A victory for combat falsehood. 160 Shear. Thos. a acre. By means of a valuable toughening from publishing all, but another Owley, Wis 1 acre front. -- 20 Trusts and the McKinley AdminU-- h 43 Slephcnsou, Harrison ) acre. 2J acres. recently dlscovorod, glass may list will appear In four weeks. Bmtth,J.H.(NIt) process lot Vt tration in 1000 will end the era of THE KAULE, KlbU Or ALL U1UDS, 100 Tlioina. Joe towu Sutton, W. T. 4 acres now bo moulded Into lengths and used r k greatest good to greatest number. . Welch. Jim lacre.. and STANFORD DIST. NO. 1. 175 Yowell. Leo 2 acre. noted for Its keen klftbt, clear Bhbnks, Moses town lot as railway sleepers. Glass rail aro t vUlon. Bo ure those irson who use I Watch carefully the W1I1TU 105 Saui2 acres produced by this sarao toughen$ 1 20 Umber, Cincinnati Eaquira. for wea k eye also OWENS, S. L. C Shetland's Eagle Eye balvo or granulated ing process. It Is, therefore, possible Acton, Joo IN II) 60 acres 25 2 2 acres S. M. "5 Ve.ch, Tlioi. tyes, soro eye of any kind JJa'mer, I'eler 110 acres a complete glass railway. to havo Sold at I'eunys uruR evore. r nlno-ycar-o- ld John Grimes, of Holdcn, Mo., wn Tho gel of Baron Wilkes won over married at Illlopoll, III., to Mrs. Julia $.10,000 last season. Ho Is 80 and sho 79 Jess Lynn will sell out lock, stock Swopo. 17th wlfo of Brlgham Young has TKo and' barrel. Scond. with tho others, leaving only B. G. Govcr sold four cotton mules nt been laid two living. Sho was also tho widow of Danvlllo yesterday at $53. :jmlth. 1 shot, won tho Derby Joieph Alex, a 5 to Mr. Richard Rowo anu .miss r lureni: Handicap at Now Orleans Saturday. young pcoplo of Spaiks-ll- l. Will Klnnov sold to to J. C. Johnson McKlnney, chanced to nicot at Columbia cattlo d 24 nlno hundred and Thursday. After conversing for awhile, at 4c. Rowc proposed that they get marJohn Morgan bought In tho Otten-el- Mr. cattle ried. MIssMcKlnnoy agreed, and at section a bunch of butcher once repaired to a dressmaker's, where at 3c dress to bo roadster pacer In sho left orders for her Bumps, tho fastest It was Memphis of lung ready at 2:30 o'clock. When tho world, died at finished, sho was marrlea to Mr. imjwu fever. of a large crown oi Zaib-ar- y In the presonco A. A. Kussoll bought of W. E. Mlllcdgovllle spectators. 35 acres of land near Mr. I, C. Brown, of urric:, .mo., for $600. daughter of News reports Miss Julia, tho handsomo The ElUabethtown Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Myors, of Casey, sales of five car loads of oxport cattlo wero married In Loulsvlllo on the 12th, at 5.10 to 5.00. at tho Saunders Hotel, uov. W. C. Floyd sold to Col. Underwood officiated. After a fow days' stay In a mulo for $92 60 and bought of hlra a Loulsvlllo, they camo over to Stanioru bull calf for $40. on Friday and wore tho guests of tho Isaac Hubbard sold to J. C. Johnson groom's aunt, Mrs. Isaiah White, after Bros, a 17 feeders at 4c and to Stlgall which thoy returned to their beautibunch of hogs at 31c. by Mr. S. E. J. r. ful homo accompanied Mcrshon, of W. T. Beck has rented tho WMtoand Miss Molllo Mooro farm of 220 acres near Shelby E. W. thU place. City for next year for $700. 09 trotting C. W. Williams sold Richard B. Abbo sued his brother orses at tho Faslg Tl ptoo sale for for $10,000 damages at New York, for Forty-fou- r $39,145, an avcrago of $395. writing to tho husband of a woman of them wero tho get of Allorton. with whom ho (Richard) had openly This government will spend $10,000 boasted of Intimacy. An estrange in maintaining a corn Kltcnen at tho raent between husband and wlfo was Paris Exposition, In order to teach tho result, and In tho suit for llbol Jusforeigners tho valuo of corn as a food. tice Garretson decided that the matter J. W. Glvcns Is back from Lexing- tAted in tho letter was not libelous o d ton, Miss., where he sold a per se. Tho higher court declJed that horses at good prices. Ho will buy up It was, however, ana oecame iuu.K-naand return about Jan. over tho attornoy's plea that It Is another un- 15th. not libelous to charge a man with Cattle sales will bo conducted as usu ohastlty. Ho mado tho open claim al at Lancaster next Monday, Christ that lack of chastity In men was wen mas day, Rico Bongo and others ask us known, and that the best society uiu to state. Legal business will bo attend- not require It. "Hence," ho said, "the . .. ..,.., I, . n nitp r ed to tho following day. mere cnargo oi Mattlngly & Co. sold to against a man does not bring hlra Into Young, Monto Fox, of Danvlllo, 40 fat cattlo public hatred, contempt anu nuiuuiu, averaging about ono thousand three but merely classifies him as an average hundred and fifty pounds, receiving ior man, having a leaning, If anything, toor fashionable 32 5c, for tho remainder 4ic Lebanon ward an aristocratic flfty-pounm car-loant car-load IJonrnc, W. T. llncre Ilurns' Mrs. 10 acim Brady, J. I) M acre Ilrsily, I. I), lown lot Ilarncs, Mm Duck lown lot 5 aow. ) Urummcl, John W. Cook, W. It Btlarrc Collier, Mntl town lot Omlcr, Mrs. S'rvo town lot Collier, O. A. town lot Curler. W. V. ton lot Cturuloy, Wm. 31 seres Cook, L II 3J acres Creamery & Co IVnham.T J. 25 acres Djclinunc, George town lot Goode, 1). 0. town loti. Hale, Jcflcrsnn (.03 iru$"l3 seres Helm. Thos. llm lown lot Humphrey, Morgan tK K) 81 seres (lS-l9- 3 30 ft DO 4 05 15 W'AYNKSIIUIIU DIST NO. 3. WlltTF. MnrrnieiinHCtt Turkey uutuj (OS-D- ....u. (0S-W- $ 1 P0 Aker, J. W. 12 acres J 3(15 (N 11) 00 acre Acton, Ja. A. NOTICE! 3 70 2 80 Arnold, Alex 20 actej 5 50 3 05 iii.l nl tllnfn M with roanlf iroiit Austin, E II (Nit) 100 acre Illm O. hp..iisin;r 3 30 ItsMln. Joe 01 ncrcs y 3 05 llit I ,IU ';n'",',,!,",,I, 25 ltastln, M. I I hrrenr 2 75 145 l.aie nullum 11 ll''hllJon rtj.nnl llantln.S. L. (N It) 23 acre 2 15 3 05 IU.llnllrs (Nil) 125 acres 2 80 2 70 llaiigh, Greenup 45 acres 1W 185 SALE. 22 acre Ilaugh, II. l 3 "5 .faugh, J. I! agt. Maury Hrs 01 A privately my rnllagn - I8 llland. 11. 1. 71 sere - 3 45 I would like lo sell In Stanford column- 2 05 Ilrltchley. Herman (N II) 50 acres 120 on LnCHter Hlrrel. lngl ronm.VHCIirii,ciiai House, in.i.... 2 41 llflndt, M. C. 40 acres 120 and garden fall on nr drtrr Stanford MIW. IU. IIIIUXAnill 2 10 5 63 ItrcM.er, Andiew 40 acre 4 05 Uu.ler, - 2 60 40 acres..... ft 30 Cartel. I.sac town lot - 2 40 Fuaii: c&o? i or stq I 3 l5 Cllfl, C. M. 2 acres 2 43 PMnm.n. Mr. M. 1'.. (N It) 150 A 4 27 180 76 acres la P.orlll, I will n lliln twuglit 1 00 Caln.C. W (N It) 2 80 Camden, J. L 31 acre 4 25 2 45 acres 180 Camden, Mr. 8. A. 00 Hi fj. " f 305 l!W. t tputille sal lhTho K. Wn.l. ner MToul. lu Coolry, Mrs. Salllo 4 acre bllnwlns , Tof(jr ell 2 12 2 18 oteltl IUol whlrb.r Curtis, F. II. 25 acre 0 jo )) 102 acres... 10 15 Pollid Surbta and Tollii An.ni Iilfsrt, 220 Delaney, J. M. 4 40 Durst, S 8. (N It) 180 acres Bull.. J Poll- All lirwl lo retl.lre.l nJ hlih 70 lliwl. Faifcondery, J. M. (N It) 30 seres 145 e.1 liuth.m llrlferCle,Slr t".l Milkmoalbi 305 Hull Csll, S rolled Iiurh.ia i hlh.rJ Ferguson, N J. (N It) 150 acres... 3 05 il.l 280 Godbey, Jas. Jr. (N It) 30 acre... 100 Good Grade 560 120 D. (N It) 180 acre..... 147 Grlfllih, W. 2 45 llrel to Uinbla leliw.rr d1 U.rth.S J.fk.. 1. 11) 100 acre.. Fred (N 1 80 Graban.ky, netl Murine, a Jmnt, 1 ofohlrk 2 05 nda veroM I. lluuM'MJk,a r l.re.1 lo II 1?'?''!! Gatln, LevlF (N 11)0 acre 711 n.l I rest, old netl ritle. I :M.I 2 20 llllln. i ol Corn In I'rll., I M.r oml M Jf 280 Gallia, John 30 acre f 17 00 IUIi I II. r, lot MllUI t.rmlnt t'lentlla. Gunii, W.A OiO acres new, mlilTilivr IHw llarmw, liuol 3 18 2 20 l.tt wtam, I Wrn, i 0 Sliok. twMer.n.l Graham, K. W. 25acrcs 1 17 SWln lt IMtki' I ullln lti, 2 16 acre kih.r ihln. nt unMl.m.d litresite. 01 Gooch. Hinel7U 4 15 Trim. lHsJtiion soda; of 70 acre j.. ..I-- . 4 02 llarrl, J C. 2M acres 2 05 Hick, )ve:W 2 05 43 acre 2 12 Jacob. Hugh 2 50 ! Julian. J. II. (N It) 100 acre 3 43 100 00 acie 2i0 Jcflrc)Hr.(N It) 40 acre - 1 25 CfLasltlaWhltUjConstj. 3 18 Jackley, J. 310 Jedanuick, Gusln (N It) 50 acre 2 20 3 05 V 111 S. 50 at e I.IM1M.N CIltCl'IT mUllT 5 30 Jeilarailck. 3 6ft Hr.1 N.tloii.l ll.'i of M.nM.I. Kr . Il.lnlll), Katnensky, Will hOncru 205 M.it V. Vamuu and tubn., Iirlemlaiils. lb 2 00 (N It) 82 acre 121 Katlgan, Mike of 2.'fl 'In einullootouillb.1 JuJtnient iendrra.1 bv Terai, W. A. 10 acre II .wrl Jnut 05 2 rsM.lhobouw au.1 lot In 3 05 lvji S (N It) 82 acres 2 07 Mullen, 8 Sl.nl.ird. Kf .. h..fn: tailed l publle n1.ui onee nojiU of lhl court lo relli Heirs 47J acres... 2 00 ,er lh 2 80 Mcllargue, Wm. n. out., I will on I 25 to Mll.fe I'l.lnUB d.bt Inlf A Haydcn 00 acre 05 McMullen, Hen 2 10. - 05 llobbltt 1 aero ISO Neocla 3 05 tlo lb. Und In Wbllley Counlr K . Il.ren Ih 50 acres Sr. Oaks, Wm . u &.II . .. tuilJla ftilltt 2 65 40 acre tolhhlhrl liUilrrM iwhtflb Iffclnf UM 3 20 I'las, J. O. 085 tvnlklnlntt II M (N 11) 183 acre 2 85 I'rslt, 3 45 acres. ABOUT BOO ACRES, 185 l'elrev, Eugcno22 2 50 Ofthedcrtnd.nl M- l- Mary K Viraon la H Rldnc'r, W. M. (N K) 100 acres 10 43 625 ruunlr. olll Mll.fr the JudfrnantIn ren.leed in 100 acre 176 Smith, Jas etlonivltbauato th.ld.f l rll-2 50 I. II 4II.M belns lb mlduecf 4sinUfl . dell. 49 acres Smith. Frank 4 51 d ro.lt. 1 W ft Inrtixl, Inumt O. 1 acre MM I ,Lri at Und L.llu.lsd In tVbltl.t County 3 71 Berber, M. oa r Iim, I 45 Fr iu.rf.ol hlr. more oflb loul.tuulb. . Serber, S. F. 18 acres 100 i.l.bloftb , k.1 o 3 30 Nuhilll lUIIro-!- nhl'0.cTvm. More or lew. II Spelgle, Jacob 122 acre M r.li r of rlbl-l.2 20 4 85 on lb WM M ol lh c, Chillne (N 11) 15 acres... rovl The cotnti.lMloo.r will olfor far Ml Br.i 2 32 Spclg on tbo iMt much tfcerosl. ljl 3 05 I h. Und. of Tubbs,8aml.(N It) 125 acres d II U ldoHbrtbl-cil-wrofldrll4 24 3 05 Und M tbo Tat aid doe Dot reall enough lo W. (N It) 127 acres.. lb nrau.loaer 280 Wheeler. J. Mtufr lbnountlrBiiiM. 100 Walls, Richard 8 acres ' .ill i..rrlt.f fjr ul lb Und Itluoa 4 24 43 aid of lb rmllrofcl. r m Moth a. m. U Williams. Susan 100 acre n una oruiw 630 3 30 trior lbt piirpow. r known M th Young, Abnt-- B. 30 acre "WntirHiz. COTTAGE FOIl Jair w m aj, hlh-rs.le- hl (0S-1K- ron.1,1-luio- ul 1 1 Commissioner's Sale U-ec- or-l- " Jnn. rl - I f gs It's if ti y. pell-me- -.- one-thir- 1 1 1 . Sheriffs Sale TAXES. Ui h dsssmss ROUTE d 1 for-bid- ct CiTTlkw-w.- . . . Kmcm isuz v