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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896071001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 $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. Iemi-Weekl- y Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1896. NO. 38 UARRARl) COVXTYA et vol. xxv. ir HVSTOXVILLE. Hjv. J. Q. Montgomery WH preach n Sunday at Christian church, l'rol. next will preach nt Hrailfordsville Sunday. A. blu fox chaao took placo Tuesday night. Harvey Holm, Joo T. Einbry, Doc and llalloy Dryc, Dr. W. B. Penny, of i i r.. i..t.i '. K fVrtinn- milium, uuu uuuo ituiu, ti . Gil Cowan and Hex, tor, T. Carpenter, Held were In the party. The (legs wore rivals from this community ami omn-(orI'lnk-orto--! 1 LANCASTER, SOMISWHAT LOCAL. The assessed valuation of property at Middlesboro is 11,500,000. Gov. Bradley refused to pardon John Howard, of Harlan, in prison for murder. George Daiton assaulted and probably fatally wounded John Reese, in Bell county. n Jerry Powers, a citizen of Richmond, died from the effects of a surgical operation. Jack Sowell, the heroic Kentucky river life saver, rescued two boys from drowning, making d in all. A syrup factory is soon to start at Georgetown. W. T. DeLong, who married Mlts Cecil, of Danville, is one of tho projectors. The store of Granville Alford, at Kirkwood, Mercer county, was struck by lightning and burned. The loss was about $3,000. There are 591 cases on the docket of the Bell circuit court, now in session at Pineville, of them 1G2 being Commonwealth cases. In tho village of Kirkwood, Mercer rounty, the store of Granville Alford was fired by lightning and totally. destroyed. Loss, 3,000, insured for $1,500. Win. Jones was found dead on n creek, in Whitley county, with a Winchester bullett hole through his heart. Tltere is no clew to the murderer. Near Norwood, Ky., E. M. Smock was found dead on the rallroak track. His head had been cut off. Shell Sutherland and Ansel Wilson have been arrested at Cynthiana, charged with the murder. Arrangements havo been made by the Georgetown College to take charge of and run tho Janie Wash Institute, thia year, and the citizens of Mlddleburg nre rejoicing that the college is on a solid foundation again. The Advocate says the Danville wa- ler works had u prosperous year. The totHl expenses, including salaries, fuel, machinery maintenance, tools, etc., amounted to f2,3l OS The total re ceipts aggregated 3,00J 00. leaving a surplus of juat $75.82. well-know30-od- DEATH DOIXGS. of Altamont who came to Tho Joeeph Price Hospital rocontly in order to receive tho attention of its doctors and trained nurses, died there Wednesday night, of kidney, heart and stomach trouble, aged 03 years. He was born in Madison county and at tho close of the war went into tho coal business in Jackson county, but soon left for Pine Hill, where he ran the mines for 10 years, after which he opened a coal mine and founded the town of Altamont, Liurel county, and was principal operator and president of the Altamont Coal Co. for a period of 15 years. In 1895 he commenced the construction of a railroad from Altamont to Manchester, and succeeded in building 3J miles of it. He was the pioneer coal operator in Eastern Kentucky and was a man of indomitable energy and enterprise. He made a great deal of money but spent it liberally for the good of mankind and in developing resources and opening up further fields of labor. In 1879, Col. Crooke married Misa Celia, daughter of the late Col. Jack Adams, of Mt. Vernon, and to them two children, Misaee Lucy and Celia, were born, both of whom survive. Mrs. Crooke died in 1SS2, the blow almost paralyz'ng her devoted husband, who at 10 o'clock will be laid by her aide in the cemetery at Mt. Vernon. Thirty years ago, Col. Crooke joined the Methodist church at Somerset and Mr. C. 8. Nield, his brother-in-laand partner, says a better man never lived. In his long intercourse with him ho never heard him use a profane or indecent word. He waa kind and charitable to a marked degree and has helped many a struggling young man to better his condition. Deceased waa of a family of six boya and two girls, of whom are living John W , B. F. Bnd W. P. Crooke nnd Mrs. M. M. Harber and Mrs. Saliie A. Rayburn, all residing in Madison county except Mr. W. P. Crooke, who lives at Altamont. A good man, a citizen and a kind and indulgent father has gone to his reward and may the sod rest lightly over him. Dale Wolford died et the home of his brother, W. O. Wolford, near Huston-villWednesday night, after a protracted illness of consumption. He had a spell of typhoid fever about eight years ago nnd has never since been well. Mr. Wolford was a son of Albert Wolford) who was a brother of the late Col. Frank Wolford, and lived with his uncle, Mr. D. W. Vandeveer, here for about 10 yeara. He was about 40 years old and was unmarried. His remains were laid to rest in the cemetery at Uustonville at 3 r. m. yesterday. n Mr. James F. Wallen, the surveyor, died suddenly; at his home near Gum Sulphur several days ago and was buried at Brodhead. He was about Go years old and was an honorable and upright citizen. Many friends here and elsewhere will sorrow over bis death. Mrs. Saliie Ward Downs, wife of Maj. George Downs, and famous throughout the South for her beauty, died at their home at the Gait House, Louisville, from the effects of a long illneesi following la grippe. to-da- , d. was taken from near his homo and is a chestnut sorrel, 11 or 1JJ hands high, nbout 8 yeara old, branded with n K on jaw and W on hip; roached closely, blare faced. Ho la a natural saddler. J. F. Florence telta ub that ho lost the other night a horao which he la talu must have been stolen. Tho horse ci-p f? Keasonablo reward lor hla return. Jamea Hoso rocolvod a painful injury last Monday. Ho was Bitting on his horse ready to start away from his house as eoon as his llttlo boy should be placed behind him on the horse. When the child waa thrown up to a position behind bin father, the horBO became frightened and rearing, fell, throwing Mr. Hose and thoboyotr. Tho child waa uninjured, but Mr. Hoso received a Ion cut over hla loft oye. Miss Helen Taylor is visiting at Danville. Misa Sarah Curtis, of Stanford, is visiting In the town. Mrs. Dr. Tucker and children, of Danville, are the guests! of Mrs. Florence Yowell. HrightSwine-broaof Danville, Is visiting at Squire D Adams'. Mlsi Luna Woods, who L. has been visiting her ulster, Mrs. John Mr. Kd Held, returned home this week Edwards is at homo at Mrs. Moreland's at Moroland. While hero he is with Mr. Hen Kdwnrds, IiIh brother, of Florida, who is on visit to Mr. Kd and family. Last Friday Meedames Lou Helm and Kmma Jarmin, of color, were engaged in the discussion of a question of veracity between themselves during the course of which Mrs Jarmin is said to havo remarked to Mrs. Helm. "You'ro a liar." Mrs. Helm regarding this language na a rttlectlon upon her Integrity, resented it n la Corbett liv planting ii straight right bander on Mrs. J's. physiognomy. A warrant followed and the trial was koI for 2 o'clock Friday afternoon. Mrs. H. attempted to take French leave of the court, but was pursued, surrounded, captured by our vigilant chief of pollen and flued il and costs, which ehe paid. d, Irvlno Miller, n Negro, has sub-lthe mail route from Paint Lick to Irvlno for $35.75 per annum. Leslie Tester bought a bunch of hogs of Mortimer Davis at $11. H. Clay Sutton sold n lot of corn at 11.50. H E McRoberts has a soda fountain with a window seat attached and so arranged that you can sit and sip at the same time. Mrs. Curtis Hobinson entertained at a dining on Monday, at her inviting country home, in honor of frienda and relatives. Eder George Gowen writes that there is no change in the condition of hiH sick mother, her death being only a matter of time. A photograph gallery has been li3ro for a week taking in tho dimes and dollars. Both white and black havo had their shadows caught. Meedames John E. Stormes and Charles Norris chaperoned seven or more couples Wednesday to a picnic nt Brown Springs, Crab Orchard. Tho ticket case at the L. A N. depot was broken into Tnesday morning and robbed of sevoral dollars worth of tickets. Ab yet there is no clew reported to the thieves. Jack Parton, of this place, and Mies Cannie White, of Paint Lick, eloped to Corbin Tuesday and were married. It ia thought tho couple left Lancaster for the novelty of the thing. H Clay Sutton, artist, sculptor and writer of so much merit, entertains a number of his friends in true Kentucky style. Though modest and retiring, Mr. Sutton Is gradually rising to-d- ay Col. CaBsiua Crooke, FOR C ASH I There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in prices Pox tlie USTes-r- t In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and Blacks. Call at once and get pick of the stock. Tlairt Days, lMMMMiM $ W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. SIHI .CI I' If Violet Talcum and Violet Water. - .05 :i I' : ti : O: Ladies are delighted with these refreshing toilet requisites. For a Toilet or Baiiv Powder nothing surpasses the o M 3 vl : Pitt-ma- : Try it. Violet Talcum. Our Violet Toilet Water produces a delightful bath. ? y JESyPrescriptions carefully compounded at all hours by an Experienced Pharmacist. W. B. McROBERTS, Opp. Court-Hou- se, 1 Stanford, Ky. w - luV "" .rf-- "'i AAA AAAAAAAAAA A.VA5 to fame. Mr. Henry Clay Jennings is sick. Mr. Will Kavanaugh is thought to he in a dying condition. Miss Maggie Shugars is better. Mrs. Susan Anderson has recovered. Mr. Arch Anderson's friends s u o o e: s s t dtt.i x't- - yrMtf "ri? i MT. XKXIA , Lillard Si Cobb are ofleriug 7oc per barrel for tho new corn crop. Aunt Mary Dawson, whom everybody loves, continues very low. Circumstances prevented that big fox bunt by the young ladies and gentlemen from materialising on tho date mentioned, but It will take place soon. I heard a gentleman from Mercer say the other day that some of tho crops of wheat In that county were averagiug 'J3huhels to the acre, which lays Lincoln in the Bliado considerably. Tho Mt. Xenin Tent of Knights of tho Maccabees is an honor to the Order universal. Nearly every member is present every meeting night and their example ia worthy of otnuhtlou by all other lodges. That poetry you recently published entitled "McConnacn'a Church-Yard- " wss written by a young man who lives just over the Hoyle lino, n school tench or by profession, and it has been highly complimented. He is very modest and got n young lady to sond it in for him for publication. A young lady who Uvea between Stanford and Danville and is of a decided 'disposition to have fun, so disfigured her beautiful face with dillerent materials tho other day as to make it present a hideous sight and donning horeelf in her brother's old suit of clothes, proceeded in an attempt to make her neighbors believe a veritable and ignoble trump was in tho vicinity. Approaching a residence near tho pike, she told a tale of woo and begged for bread, which was given her, when she demanded that It be buttered. Tho lady of the honse got right up on her auricular appendages and told the tramp that beggars should not be choosers. Hot words ensued, till finally tho young lady in trowsera could restrain laughter no longer, her identification followed and merriment was created that ia etill resounding and being In men's clothes that young lady is, the synonym ot physical perfection. riTTsnuno. Oapt. W. A. Fugh and wife, Dr. Jackson Givens, wife and aon, Maurice, left Thursday on an extended trip to New York, Niagara Falls, Toronto, Canada, and Washington, D. 0., to be gone about three weeks. Mrs. J. W. Bastin, of this place, and Mra. H. 0. Thompson, of London, left Tuesday for Washington, D. 0., to attend the Christian Eudeavor convention and will visit Old Point Comfort, Va., before return- 8' Harry Wallace, a young man 25 coa1 years of age, was carried under barge and drowned at Towhead Island, near Louisville. are apprehensive that he has typhoid fe ver. News has reached here of the Illness of Mrs. Charles Hicnnrd-hoof Somerset. She was Mies Lizzie Sweeney, of this place. Her sister, Mrs. J. C. Rohluson, loaves to be with ner. A Garrard man hnd a lot of cattle that another man had promised to pasture for him, the owner of tho cattle waa to pay as much for the pasturage ns the boviues had increased in weight. The cattle wero weighed before being put in, and upon being taken out, strange to nay, weighed less than when they wete entered. Instead of the owner of the oittle having to pay for tho pasturage, tho man who owned the field had the paying to do Mr. I). V. Walker hs returns d t his home at Winsboro, S. 0 , after a visit to Mr. Joel Walker and family. Prof. Milton Elliott, Jr.. of Maytield, is here on n visit. Miss Vanarsdall, of Louisville, is a guest of the Misses Wallace. Mrs. Mary Hackley, of DhnviUe, is here with frien Je. G. S. GaineH is iu Lexington enjoy the Chautauqua program. Mrs Mary L, Anderaou is at Glenn Springs in Mndfson. W. B. Mason and daughter, n Misa Kitty, nre visiting Mr. Hugh L. and wife, of Chicago. Mcs. Ed Price has returned from Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Bradfute, of Bloomington, III., will arrive this week and enjiy tho hospitality of Mrs. Juliet Hogers Mrs. Jake Joseph and children aro visiting friends at Oarteraville. Mrs. E L. Owsley and family nnd Mrs. Kmmii Raull'man and daughter, Miss Louise, leave for n stay at Dripping Springs. Mlhtt Laura Powell ia visiting in Jackson county. Misa Bessie Brewer, of Lebanon, is the guest of Mrs. Terrill Layton. Mips Mary Miller is visiting Mrs. H. E. Hughes nt Lawrenceburg. Mrs. W. Y. Branch is visiting in Franklin. Misses Gertrude Linginfelter and Minnie West are attending the Chavtauqua. Mr. J. Hoe Young, of Phu'olx, Arizona, has joined his wife and children here. dau-geron, to-da- Owing to the good trade I have had since I begun the Reduction of my Prices, I will continue to Sell Goods Lower Than Anybody. i I My Stock Must Be Reduced. My loss is your gain, and if you want I public-spirite- d y GOODS CHEAPER THA1T You bought them . ... EVER before, now is A- - your time. ".Af-- MT. VERXOX. ROCKCASTLE CO. Blackberries are plentiful at 5c per gallon. The new library will be kept at the post-ollic- e. e, '... l .. JAMES FKYE, Uustonville. .. Ma-eo- An Indian lectured at the church Wednesday evening. Judge Colyer has mode some neat improvements on his residence. The home of Mr. Geo. Marler burned last week; cause of fire unknown. Lots partly covered by nu insurance of J 1,450. Good, substantial residences are in demand here. If some capitalist would build a few to rent he would not regret the venture. Tho entertainment given by the Ladles' Aid Society was a pleasant one and not a financial failure, although the usually gracious editor of tho Eagle declined to mention it iu his excellent paper. Tlie marriage of Mr. B. J. Bethu-rua talented young attorney of this place, and Mrs. Leila Brown, the handsome daughter of Mr. J. J. William?, took place here a few days since. Both aro well young people of our town and take with them many good wishes to their snug cottage home, where they sre already comfortably located "keeping m, CRAIG cSl HOOKER, in J dealers 3Jf- i Qrugs, -- GTaerrvlcculs, Oils, Pairvbs, J jf well-know- jc Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. t )f -- It Pays to Deal with a Cash House. Give us a call and be convinced. J 3" fc Ji AH CLEARANCE mALu! house." The Mt Vernon Band attended the Brodhead picnic the afternoon of the 1th. Owing to tho wenther, tho picnic waa not as largely attended as was desired, bo It was repeated Tuesday. Some unruly boys kept the officers excited on the Ith by firiug off pistols and then eluding arrest. The remains of Mr. Cash Crook were brought hero Thursday to the home of hie brother-in-law- , Mr. Willis Adams, to be interred Friday by the side of his wife in our cemeteiy. Being a chivalrous gentleman. Col. Crooke had many ndmirere; an aggressive business man, he found employment for many men whose families depended upon their daily labor for support, all of whom pronounced him a generous employer. The two beautiful daughters, Lucy and Celia, have our sincere sytupa thy in their sad bereavement. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jas. Robinson, of Middlesboro, are the guests of Mr. W. M. Weber. Mr. Monroe Frazure is the guest of Mr. Hugh Miller. Supervisor Scark and family, of Livingston, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Woodall. Mr. Sam Ward waa in town this week. Miss Alza Brown is she guost of Miss Saliie Cook, of Pleasant Valley. Miss Fannie Sparks accompanied her father, Mr. W. J. Sparks, to Louisville. Frof. Pierce will open tho public school next Monday. Mr. R. L. Thompson and family are visiting Mr. W. M. Poynter. Mr. R. G. Williams spent the 4th in the region. Mrs. W. A. B. Davis continues quite ill. Mr. Lige Denny, of Missouri, is back on a visit to friends. Miss Mat-ti- e Owens, of Barbour ville, ia the guest of Mrs. Mary Jones. kind-heaite- CHURCH CHIMES. Rev. S. M. Logan will return in time to fill his pulpit Sunday. Eld. J. G. Livingston will preach at to-d- THE CHAS. WHEELER EMPORIUM invites you to be present two-wee- MA TRIMOXIA L MA TTE11S. John Robinson, of Elyrla, 0., aged kifstd hia wife good-by- e and drank an ounce of carbolic acid. He died in a few hours. If reports are truo a Lancaster dentist will soon tako unto himself a wife in the person of one of Stanford's prettiest girls. Gueea who it is. Tom Grays, a farm hand near Ind., rati oir with and married a daughter of tho richest man in tho county and when the old man heard of it he blow his own brains out. G7, La-por- - Men are only boya grown tall, some minds don't improve much after all. For instance, thia yell of the Kansas City club at Chicago, which is worse than the average college yell: "Ho, ha, he Who are we? We are tho Bland club from Kansas City. We are hot stuff. That's no blufl. Vote for silver and you'll havo stuff." The marching cluba paraded the streets shouting: "What's the matter with Bland? "He's all light." "Who's all right? 1 blue-gra- ss Sugar Grove Sunday at 11 a. m. night at Watts' Chapel. On account of the inclement wenther Sunday last, Eld. J. T. Sharrard postponed hia sermon on "What can a Wo man do," to next Sunday, which will be line of Millinery Reduced One Half. A Clean and considered as "O. W. B. M." day. A Large Stock of Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and ChilThe general association of Kentucky Baptists, recently ,in session at Owenebo-ro- , dren's Wear, and in our prices we have no competition. passed strong resolutions reiterating Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes of Swell Styles and on lasts their uncompromlstng hostility to the from A to EE. manufacture, sale, importation and transWe lead with the SMITH & STOUGHTON and ROCKLAND portation of alcoholic beverages in any lines for men and boys. and all their forms, and appointed a with like a committee of other denominations to memorialize the legislature to bo amend the local option laws, that the greatest possible Which will be ladened with the Rarest Bargains lrom day to day, and benefit may be enjoyed by the citizens of any county that mav adopt said laws, in- if your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. asmuch as Bonie of the provisions nf said MATTING AND OIL CLOTH. laws are such as to defeat the expressed will of the people, Coffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. Tho meeting at the Methodist church yours for first-cla- ss We are goods at iow prices. grows in interest and increases in re- and Canned Goods. sults. Ten or a dozen have professed religion and saoctification and the membership has been awakened as it has not The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky. June 18, '96. been in years. It is a pleasure even to us who grovel in the lowlands of sin and sorrow to see the happy countenances of people as they come from the church, aa it shows that religion can give sweetest comforts while we live. Hev. H. C. MorHE rison and wife will be compelled to leave greatly to the regret of those who have hung with delight on the eloIs Receiving his- quent words of the one and been benefited by the earnest prayers of the other. on the Special Sale Days, on TUESDAY AND SATURDAY and at of each week, beginning JUNE 23, and continuing until further notice. Come early and avoid the rush. GOODS CHEAPER THAN FREE SILVER Well-Selected com-mitt- toco-opera- te kook Out for Our Getre Tablet CARPETS, CHARLES WHEELER H. G. RUPLEY, 3-T- MERCHANT TAILOR -- "Bland." "Who's for Bland? "The people. "Turn the people loose." Alonzo Walling was sentenced to Georgetown people have to pay $1 bang August 7 but the judgment was on the 1100 to support the city governstayed. ment. SPRING AN SUMMER Stock. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. SSHi-Wfckfcl- Y lNTERiORjODRNE minority or coustquuuees with them. - Stanford. Ky., VV. July 10; 1806 P. WALTON. SIX PS6ES. FREESILYERORBUST Is the Cry of the Majority at Chicago. And It Will Likely Get Both. Silver Platform Adopted 626 to 303. Convention Refuses to Endorse tho Democratlo Administration. TO XOMIXATIOXS YKT. bus-ine- es y, The convention at Chicago began at 12:50 Tuesday by Chairman Har-ritafter prayer had been offered, presenting the namo of Senator Hill, who fl If had been selected by the committee for ask. Men's good suits at J52.4S, worth 55. Wc have just temporary chairman. The silverites .... 3T.7U 1U.KM..U0 ll.HN.HO received our Fall and Winter Samples from II. J. Franks !,(. 10.W!.UhS II.Vl.'.UO would not have him, however, and inFollowing is tbe money plank of the 11.4fJ..'4i) 41i.li- -. 1I.7V1.UO Politics makes strange bed fello s and & Co. We also take your order for tailor made shirts. OISUISJ lH.MK.ltO 17.lr.'4.i) stead cast their votes for Sanator John platform as adopted by tho bringd many strange patronymics to the 17.14' 013 71'I.Sll lU.liti.dO W. Daniel, of Virginia, who received 500 Fit guaranteed; All wc ask is that you come and look OfclUl ai.is.jei IT.UUi.) and upon which three hours was al surface. The Hon. Ike Kalpsnydor, of S71.Pi3 W.Mu.OO votes to Hill's 349. Daniel came forward lowed for debate before the convention: West Virginia, camo to the front in the for yourself and be convinced that wc sell goods cheaper 671.MK i.748,'i! 87.lito.uu) 17,!HV7.' W7.P.V li,171l.(0 and made a long speech, which did not Recognizing that the money question is Chicago convention, while Potsuy Grubbc than any other store in town. Follow the procession to 4o7.l'4l 14.r7.(OI 1K.I4I.UO u YV.-Jsustain bis home reputation for elo- paramount to all others at the present and Hez Lung made themselvea fauions 1W.I7.W7 2I.T!ti0 I.7ttl,Wr 2MHUUS the Louisville Store, where the best bargains can be ilil ml quence. Before his election a dozen del- time, we invito attention to the fact that at the Kentucky convention. The New fUlftWi 8Dvt..H'7 !'. VAJ mi rt.jMjfy bought for the least money. .V. UH 87,KM) egates spoke for and against him for the the Federal Constitution names silver York Sun will now have hither chance lurtlty fun r 45.7TAIM) rn.4ui.ic.' : r. rrv.--'.. position and each was hissed by the side and gold together as the money metals of to get oil its wit at the expense OI Hie i : m- -. A. ..UO tMil rtlt fM.H17.Ol4 Ki.SM.uu he opposed. Some of the delegates tried trie United btates, anil that the first coin- funnily named West Virginian. 7S.7TH.aJ A.u.110 KU.'Al.UO ItMMN3 4.7VJ.7M ee.un.iui IKUAm) to break the unit rule and vote as they age law passed by Congress under the 1KW Kt.17.au 140.ft1l.no ..'.trt A.1IH.W11 Uiiey Woodson in now National com 1S7 pleased, but tho National committee de- constitution made the silver dollar the 1J4..M.UO S.JUU,- -5 l!S A: URHANSKY & CO., Proprictois, lUS7.ttl IMi.TU'.JtO cided tboy should vote an instructed, so unit of value and admitted gold to free mitteeman from Kontucky. Din K .VPM.TIO I.V.. 4:7.7 M leU) S.749.HO lrti.Ultt.uu Kentucky's 20 votes went for Daniel, af- coinage at a ratio measured by the silver O'Sullivan, of the Louisville Critic, who H'l T. D. RANEY, Manager. H.:tll till llC.17li.lfI9 1T7.V.',.M 7.HV.HJ lU.ISI.7ttt 1,III4 4UI ter Haldeman and Phelps had failed to dollar unit. had a etrong hacking, withdrew and nw 7.1 SM.1J7.nu) If ld&.lfl7 Branch Stores: carry their point to vote as their district S.7U.SJ3 We declare that the act of 1873, demon- Woodson beat I. H. Goodknight 20 to 3 lo.'l li.4ul.ii0 had directed.. etizing silver without the knowledge or Mr. Woodson has been a tireleso worker Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Iawrcnceburg Shepherd dBgs inwd in catnip lor After the appointment of the commit- approval of the American people, has re- for the silver cause and his promotion is Bhwp tire not taxed in Great Britain. Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, tees the convention adjourned till next sulted in the appreciation of gold and a a deservedly high complimeut to hie serIn 1S02 it "do.s home" was fouudrd Ky., Klizabcthtown, Franklort, morning, having been in session about corresponding fall in tbe price of com- vices. in Loudon for homclisw and owiHrics and Mauckport, Ind. four hours. Kentucky wrh represented modities produced by tbe people; a heavy dogs. A cosimittkk went through the on the committees as follows: P. W. increase in the burden of taxation and of It h a curious fiH--t that nations whir!) m i, Wednesday of notifying Hoba-Hardin on resolutions, D. It. Murray on all debts, public and private; the enrichwit tho that the republicans had nominated him cuuuibu- tlth of doqs are or iutv U 6 credentials, and G. G. Gilbert on per- ment of tho g lclass at home for vice president and although he was In n bono rnve in south Engl manent organization. and abroad; prostration of industry and at St. Louis and saw them do it, he altliero wim found in ISOi the fossil kt..' When the convention was called to or impoverishment of the people. most "tend like" he had never heard it of a hull dog. der Wednesday morning the committee Wo are unalterably opposed to the sin- before. There ia a lot of silly business Tho do$ rose in so culled on credentials was not ready to report gle gold standard which has locked fast it in politics. was formerly believed to cure the bite and the delegates began to call for speak- the prosperity of an industrial people in of a mad dog. ers. Gov. Hogg was the first to respond the paralysis of hard times. Gold monoATFouh years ago Senator Daniel placed The greyhound of tho Dtcouu. and and then onr own Joe Blackburn nomination for the presmetallism ia a British policy and its adop- Senator Hill in Persia huve hair as long us thru of the to vociferous calls. He was tion has brought other nations into finun- - idency. Tuesday at Cliicago he not on- shepherd dog. an ovation and when be worked ly opposed him for temporary chairman "The Dog of the Seven Sleepers" ofl his oft repeated charge that Christ of the convention, but beat him for the was named Katmir. He ioko with a drove from the temple a better set of place nearly two to one. The Virginian human voice. Cooking, men than those in money power for maseems to have changed more thau the In tho United States it U Stoves, And Ranges for 30 days going at less Heating, ny yearn, the lun&tica got wild and wildtimes. thnt tln-raro 80,000,000 dog which thau actual cost. Gasoline, er. Hill was called for but failed to re . Bland seems to have the bulge on the eat a.s much as the Mima number of spond, and then Altgeld, the anarchist, other "B's ," Boies and Blackburn. He took the stand and he raved in his well The naked dogs of India are bvhevivi is tbe logical candidate and the strongest worn manner. Tillman had the good to b" destitute of hair on account of man thesilveritea could name. H is sense to keep his mouth abut, though results of mmho mangy honest and that's more than can be Baid there were loud calls for him. Tbe Bryof many of the other aspirants. an delegates from Nebraska wpre seated Tho spaniels most preferred by Kiuj; -Charles I and which aro culled by hi and the convention at 1:37 adjourned till MO UK XRWS NOTES. C i namo wero black without white hair. r. St. Louis At Wednesday's v si. seesion, the per- One youth killed another with a cromanent orgHnizUion was effected by the I las Come and Gone and quet mallei at Aroma, I ml adoption of tho committee's report, mak Populists of the Third district are NXW ADVERTISKMK.VIV ing senator unite, 01 California, pe likely to indorse Rhea's candidacy for manent chairman. The committee on Congress. credentials reported in favor of turning I shall make a greater efA great many have been due a long time. Macon Morrison and wife were run from Michout the four delegates-nt-largby a runaway team near over and killed fort than I have ever made to collect, so to save time and annoyance igan, but the gold men made a strong Danville, Inil. both to you rnd to me I must ask that all those who owe me for acprotest and after a hot debate were beaDAVID H. IIILL. Alex Craig, of Cairo, 111., fell from ten 553 to 3GS. Tho votes of these deleonce. Interest added to all accounts due A momc colored old mare mule came to counts due, to settle at the top of a six story house and walked Who led the fight against free silver. my place ten day ago. The owner ran eel her gates were required to give the silverites last January. away unhurt. by paying for her keep and thia adAcrtiuwent. majority and upon trump cial servitude to London. It is not only the While trying to hive his bees, a Julys, 96. u.D iii:ic;ht. ed up charges that the administration but and it farmer named Scott Jackson, living near bad interfered in their selection they can be fastened on the United States on- New Castle, Pa., was stung to death. Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. were kicked out. Before tbe committee ly by the stifling of Nick Ray, who killed Albert Scott at that indomitableapir-i- t on platform, Senator liill offered a resoand love of liberty which proclaimed Edmonton July 1, was captured near lution commending "the honesty, cour- our political indepsndence in 1770, and that place and placed in jail ut Columbia. age and fidelity of the present democratic won it in the war of the revolution. Nathan Ellis, of Letcher county, is There will bo a meeting ot the stockholder of administration," but it was tabled by a We demand the free and unlimited the boss egg eater. He dined on 30 eggs the Cumterlalid Valley Land Co. at their oilice in Stanford, Ky.. on Wedneiday, July 15, 18.5, for vote of 29 to 17. Tbe convention seems coinage of both gold and silver at the day and ate 25 for his supper. the purpt so of electing Nine Directors At 3 the other to be a very shameless set of petty poli- present legal ratio of 10 to 1, without M. on the tame day the new board will meet and Alex Welch, a Dalton, Ga., Negro, organlie. J.S.HOCKKK, ticians, capable of anything, so it is well waiting for the aid or consent of any othSecretary. white oj attempted to rape a enough that this resolution was smoth- er nation. Wecbmandthat the standgirl and was shot to death by ber brothered in tho committee. At 9:38 tbe con ard silver dollar shall be a full legal ten er. We do not propose directly to make you a present, but I vention adjourned till yesterday morn- der, equally with gold, for all debts, pubWilliam Johnson, of Chicago, ohot ing. if you need anything in our line, you can save enough lic and private, and we favor such legis- Wiliam H. Sutton on the streets of New The gold men in the convention are lation as will prevent the demonetization things for money by dealinrj with us to make yourself a nice presYork, attempted to kill Mra. Sutton and beAre ruihingfew days. our new riant. Wc will ready in a In the mean tune we making a game tight under the most ad- of any kind of legal tender money by two policemen, and finally committed will take orders to be filled from the cur cheap ent. Come and sec the many things wc arc offering verse circumstances. They may not be private contract. and Koort Let us hear from you. suicide. NOEI. A HON, able to make the silver men listen to We are opposed to the policy and pracBloomen, a German, near Carl 5SrAT COST.-t- f reason, but they are doing their best to tice of surrendering to tho holders of the fatally shot his son, wounded make them realize the supreme dauger of obligations of the United States the op himself and attempted to kill bis daughter-inthe situation. Whitney, Hill and others tion reserved by law to tho government -law. SALE. will forever deserve the plaudits, of those of redeeming such obligations in either By special invitation the 15th annuwho believe in honest money and in the silver coin or gold coin. We are oppos- al reunion of Kentucky's famous Orphan maintenance of the public credit invio- ed to the issning of interest-bearin- g bonds Brigade will be held at Nashville, Tenn., A good Residence House in Stanford, with late. on sam lot, lor sale. The lot contains of tbe United States in times of peace September 15. acre, and can be easily divided, putting store It seems to be the evident Intention of and condemn the trafficking with bankState treasury statement for June house and residence on separate lots. At riuiun the majority to cause a bolt, but the lat- ing syndicates, which, in exchange for shows $201,829.02 on hand, against which atile price and en easy terms. Apply to jjtr J N. SAl'NDKRS, Stanford, Ky est intelligence is that the sound money bonds and at an enormous profit to there are outstanding warrants to tho men will not allow themselves to hodm- themselves, supply the Federal Treasury tune of 11,255,591.25. Is Headquarters for Drugs, Stationery andJjToilet en to such a step. with gold to maintain tho policy of gold Ruseellville, which hua been dry monometallism. Articles. A full assortment always kept in 'stock with the exception of blind tigers for 10 Congress alone has the power to coin years, will vote on returning to tho saChicago, July 9, 5 i. m. and sold at the Very Lowest Prices. Desirable Suburban Homo, Containing Tea As soon as the convention assembled and issue money, and President Jackson loon system September 5, Acres of I,aml, For dale. Has on it a cooL com nA fortablt D welllnt? nf Si the discussion of the platform declared that this power could not be Thomas Phillips, of Nelson county, outbuildings. One yard Rnnmi andnilone for wa hydrant pain- delegated to corporations or individuals. eloped with his neighbor's wifo, leaving tering stock, also a splendid, never falling well. began, Gov. Russell said be was fully conscious that tbo minds of this con- We, therefore, demand that the power to a wife and nine children. The woman For further particulars apply to JAS.IMiAII.EY. 36 Stanfoid. Ky. vention are not open to argument. There- issue notes be taken from the Natioual also had several children. fore would say but little, for appeal will banks and that all our money shall be is a constable at Is headquarters for Paints, Oils and Varnishes R. H. Jared, fat fall on deaf ears. Nothing left but to sued directly by the Treasury Depart- IDEASTKJSS Tenn., was assassinated by one WANTED-A- N Lowest Market Rates. We treat you right. UilnR to patent ? Protect your Ideas : they may protest. Senator Vilas warned ment. voice a of three men for arresting a riotous celeThe other planks declare for a tariff brant of Independence day. BUHIffc CO., latont Attorneys, WasWngton, the silverites to heed the protest of the 1. 0., for their gl.bOO prize olXer7 IMl-lO- A tenor of an Indianapolis church would reel for revenue only and against a further agitation of the question till the iluancial who eloped with the organist, deserting Bryan, of NebraBkn, spoho for majori- Ibjuo is settled, for protection to Amerihis wife and family, wfb arrested nt St. ty report and said "We are hero under can labor by preventing importation of Louis along with the erring girl. binJiuR instructions to carry out tho will foreign labor, denounces the prodialo Gen. Brmllev T. Johnson, a war corof thej maority(nnd must do eo. We waste of money by the republican respondent at Havana, hns accepted the will entreat the people of the East no demands a return to democratic challengo of Senor Manuel Ampodia, an more. Wo defy them. Wo must have a simplicity in covermental affairs, recojj ollicer, to fight a duel. man who will Btand Bainst the encroach niz8 the just claims of deserving union Linton, tho English bicyclist, at Cat ments on theiriprinciplee. There 1b not soldiers for pensions, extends sympathy fin!, covered 31 miles and five yards in a State here in favor of gold that to Cuba, opposes life tenure in public an hour, thus beating tho world's record is not in control of tho rettublican service, favors appointmunto to othce for all tho way from three miles to 31 miles. Louis Garrard, a prominent lawjer party." He spoke till 2:54 and when he a fired term based upon merita and enunUhod n scene followed rarely wit- dorses tho unwritten law against third of Atlanta, made a great speech before tho lawyers' convention at Warm Spring?, nessed. The larger part of the delegates terms for presidents. arose and cheers and other demonstraAnarchist Altgeld got in his hobby that State, in which ho defended lynch tions continued for a long time, with against federal interference in local af- - law. cries of "Nominate him t" "Nominate aira. He has never forgiven Mr. Clovo-,In a fight at IVterihtun, Va., be him 1" While many States carried their land for bringing order out of chaos and tween John and Fred Perkina on one restoring peace at Oliieaeo last year, side and Plumner Kidney on the other, banners over to him. had to restore or- when the strikers attempted to ride rough John Perkins win killed outright and The sergeant-at-arm- 8 der and vote on minority report by Sen- shod over everybody else's rights. The Fred fatally wounded. Kainey was si.ot ator Hill as to the financial plcnk moved lling at the president is mean and con- in the head and will die. Lightning struck, the dwe'lirg of by him. Motion to lay Hill's motion on temptible and shows the kind of spirit John Nixon, of Macedonia, ivy., wreckthe table ruled out of order and vote pro- that dominates the convention. ing tho building and family injuring Talceeded. Hill's motion was lost. Ayes 303, noes Uov. Harvky Mykrs and others have bot Kucker and Albert Hopper, two vis020. bought the Covington Commonwealth itors. Two of Nixon's children weo Georgia delegation has just voted to and will make it advocate the gold stand badly shocked anil may die. cast the Stato's vote for Bryan for presi- ard hereafter instead of free silver. It dent. Vote on motion to endorse ad- will support the Cleveland and Carlisle riinnnrioN op uoui ami pir.vrt in the mould (m.sti: tub meoovr.KV op a.xiukica. ministration ordered at 3:52, and lost policy and stick b knife or so occasionally Frf.m I4W to lfcSS from u tnlilonf nvompMi complliHt ly Dr. Adoljih S tWr. by a big majority. into Senator Blackburn. So far bo good. S'cnnt lSNi t.i I'M the irutlurtUm H tlwiFor tho antuml The platform was then at 4:41 adopted But it is not so good to learn that our old estlmntitof tin- bumm of tho mint. J . (SIIATII aB a whole by a large majority. Ayes friend, Laurie Blakely, will not bo in .Animal nvunmv Annual avcnio G2S, noes 301. lor lor ixrirm. charge. His views are too radically for Oumvri, Ou ll "S O lining Hill moved that if free coinage proved silver to conform to the now manageline. Ulir. vnltu1. .... HI. 470 1.511.KW il.UM.lU) a failure at the end of a year it should be ment's ideas and he had to Btep down and 8,74'i.uU .....2vlUIl ia.uir,0M) out. But Blakely's pen will not remain discontinued. Lost by viva voco vote. .... 310.KH .tw.ii 12.4.V.UIU .... IS.T.JMT W.4l!T.t!K3 17.4UWU Convention then at 5 o'clock adjourn- idlo long. It '.sn't made that way, we are R3.HIS 1S.SM..9.1 17...7.ilO glad to say, even if it does sometimes get 1.S K'.ar4.'iti) ia.U.(H) p. si. ed till S 11.77(1. M3 l.t 15,iS),UU wrong. imi-hOon-KreBto-oa- y uMMtMMSli THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Shoes, Clothing, Millinery, Carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloth, Trunks, &c. Our buyers have overstocked us, our store is crowded and we For the people and against High Prices. Another week of Wonderful bargains in Dry Goods, 1 mu$T idakg Roomi For our immense stock of Fall Goods they arc buying now in the markets, therefore take advantage of this sale new, seasonable goods. Napkins, 25c per dozen. A good quality of white U ble linens at only 2"fc. 38 inch bath towels 9c. 24 inch Wcachcd figured towel Sc pair. Checked cotton cotton, yard wide, 4jc. Hoosier cotton 5c. Columbus Mills 1492 bleached cotton, yard wide, 5c, worth All Calicos, including indigo ulue, black and white All wool serge, .6 in wide, 35c. best brands go at S. unbleached sheeting I2jc. Men'-- working shoe 94c they are cheap at $1.25. Ladies' black and tan Oxlords Domestic Goods. 4c. 1 1 1 Sc. 47c. - 3c. s lH'i-ii.- nm-iR- 1521-1M- 4. 1M5-KA- ). 12.W-M- IU 1M1-1W- O CLOTHING. Men's and boys' clothing at just one-hall Iflul-ltt- M what others t) Hi m i nwi-ir- i:oi-ir.1721-1717I1-17- M 176I-17- 17M-1NIsil-lM- O l) lMl-lN- JI 1S!1-- N Ivl-IMInM-K- 1 IH41-1V- O HL io I A IU- -, H LOUISVILLE STORE. 1" fool-ishue- 11 money-lendin- 11 1 ii!r!?! -- ?y..:'Wi-- od AT YOUR PRICE. j.o-ple- W. H. WEAREN & CO. 11 Globo-Domocra- t. 3"3LMr L Your Account Remains Unpaid. e BSTRAY. er two-thir- n, H. J. McROBERTS. NOTICE. 1 COAL NOTICE g, RESIDENCE FOR e i VV. P. TATE, Stanford. More-bous- PENNY'S DRUG STORE FOR SALE. to-d- Penny's Drag Sore Bloom-ingto- n, 1 G. L. PENNY, Executor. w w itMj?rx. -, : atBuilim Ml hin'h1, I mHi.j'rmnM.imiwi,minI.Jil'm. inm n m V 4I..4. MnPMM 'I tf r iEMI-WEEK- U iMTERIORJoUKNftL - p Btahfoiid. Kt., Jul 10, 1896 W. P. WALTON. For JuCge of the Court ot Appeali. SHIPPING CnATES. Here fa One Warranted to Deliver Hoge In 1'lrat CUu Condition. "Shop" contributes to Tho Breeder's I JUDGE W. S. PRVOR I- I ! Of Nw (.'utte. Q UJilhWAND CHESCnST. 7-ves-tibul- To National Educational Association, Superb Btiilalo, N. Y., July traiiiB;nd faat tlino. Queen and Orescent passenger eorvico loathe Kast is unoqualod. Couuection in the Queun City with all linos, rail or water, to One fare for round trip (phis $2) to Buflalo and return. Liberal return limits. Y. P. 8. 0. E., Washington, D. C, 189(3, via tbo Queen A CresJuly cent Route. Half rates for round trip. Tickets Rood on veatlbulod limited trains. Connection with all lines to Washington. A Rood tltno to take your vacation trip at low cost. Ask agents (or information about rates, BollinR dates and liberal limits. OhH. W. Z ill, D. P. A., Cincinnati, 0., 0. L. Mitchell, D. P.JA., Cbatlanoo-R-a, Tonn. Lexington, Kentucky Chautauqua, Juno 30 to July 10. Most brilliant pro. Rramme of all tbo years. Low rates from all poinU in Kentucky to LexioRton via the Qaeen A Crescent Houte. Low rates will be made for round trip tlcketa via the Quoon A Crescent Houte, for the following occasions: PlattaburR, N. Y., Catholic Summer School, July 5 to Sept. 1. Ddtrolt, Mich , Ancient Order Iluf-falo. 3, Hlber-nians.July H-2- Gnzetto the following diiiRrann and of u fhlppiiiK crnto which ho Knj-carried some hos more than 7,000 miles mid handed them out in first clam condition nt the journey's end: Fivo of the crates were 6 feet long mid ouo 0 feet in length. . All of thorn wero 2 4 feet wide and 3 feet high. The lumber uhpiI win cnttonwood, Tho bottoms were of nn inch thick-- , tho flats for the sides and front end were an inch thick and 4 Inches wide. Tho bottom slats were 8 inches wide. The extra width of tho bottom slats was required to prevent tho unimuls .sticking their feet out of tho cracks while lying down. On each side four slats 4 inches wide, inch thick and 3 feet long were used to nail tho side and end hints to, forming the framework of the crate, Tho four slnts won) placed as follows: Ouo nt each end, tho other two 14 inches from tho cuds, and all inside, so that tho outsldo smooth surface, of tho box presented Tho bottoms were mado doublo by first placing the bourds crosswise and nailing them to the wido slats. Then three strips 5 feet long, 4 inches wido and f inch thick wero put on undor tho cro-.- boards, ono ut each aide nnd tho other in tho middle, so as to present n smooth snrfaco on thu bottom, and in addition tho ends wero leveled off. Tho object in using the thin slats as uprights for tho framework was that by such use wire nails could be driven clear 8 five-eight- ono to keep tho bonrd in place, nnd tho HE WAS NiT DRUNK. other to permit tho boards to bo raised up as high us tho lower crossplece, so Thnt Wan 1Apparent to tlir Judgr, Who 11(1 Snrn thi Wife. thnt the l)oxea might be easily cleaned .1 to Tho judge leaned f r ttel a better without iiermitting tho animal to back vlow of the nr! r .v out or give tho attendant troublo when .1 .; "Well." he .... cleaning tho box. Tho ton of tho crnto warn you? What h:i y i uid to say for jnt was covered with boards of various yourself?" widths nailed about 0 inches apart. the prisoner "It's not tr v. - r i ' All tho comers of tho boxes wero answered. "1 nln t . , tJrt I hadn't hnd strengthened by hoop Iron straps. A set notliln to drink. Imt I wi.sn't drunk, y'r of rollers made of hardwood and 2 inches honor, not liy 1 1 t 1 ,Fn'f " The rlsi.i.er v. iwt n ini.n, nnd In diameter wero placed iu n carrier at his cnur.totmnee. .itunilluo.'l:?xi!:e, was rendered almost StlTuI I y Ids anxiety Thujuilgc Ixjtrnrwl tiic Usut It tf inter-w- t. L'sunlly he nuiiu 1 all "They toll me that you wero found 1 -- SOOOCf V 1 1 to 1 Washtub M2S2S NMMT will be turned upside down more of the time if you use Clairette Soap. If you do your own washing this means rest for you. If you hire it done, it means money for you. If time is ever elaborately thrown away, it is over a wash tub with a poor soap. Your 1 flKhthiK l.i tier We was through flghtln I had her 1H;1 nu was just iwundln her with a clmlr let so's she'd "I wusn't, y'r It " with your wife." 61IIE AND HEAU KVIl. ouo-hn- lf ono end of one crate, so bo that they could taken out una used m moving uio "Wlmt's your imme" unked tho Judge. "O'ltourko, y'r lmrmr ' one-ha- lf 11 one-hal- s r71 "" WLEH "liMMflk Milwaukee, Wis., II Y. P. U.MeetinK July 10-1- 0. Q. A 0. toLatonla.lJ fare for 'ound trip from Somerset and other points m mm Y North. W. 1 vmw - 5HQvJihG 5LWT5 0. UtXBAim.x, G. P. A., Clncinna m tl.O. Mm. 1 Only lour dooe were hlra thia lame rtmdr to cute him lit tajihe ow hi iccoery to tbii wonderful remedy -- Mn. Mary Sibley, Sidney, Mich. Toi aale by Crali A llxker, Stanlord, Ky. llhsdU Noah, of ihii place, wai talern In the night with crampmc pama, and the net day y diarrhoea al In. She took hilf bottle ti Uick-brrSht then tcot to cordial, but tot no trliel rue to at il I had anything that woutd help her ol Chamberlain's Colic. Cholr-m-nj 1 itnt her a bottle Kmedy ami the firat dce reDiarrhoea lieved her. Aclther cl our titlfhbora hal bten aick lor about a rek anil had tiled different for dlirrhota, but kept jutlne oi. t eot rim-ediet l 1" I Jt".' certainty n the btit medicine ever put en the market lei dricntery, auramer complaint, colic and cholera infantum In children. It never falU to give prompt relief when uied In a rcaaonable time and the plain printed direction! are lollowed c Many mother! have ciprnird their uncerc grati-tud(or the curea it haa cfiected For 1o by Cralf A Ilockrr, Stanford, Ky. 0 ' Latt tummtr one of onr grand children wai tick with aerate bowel trouble. Our doctnr'i rente die had Jailed, then we Uied Cha sberlaln'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Ileincdr, which gave very the bett ranticine speedy rebel. We retard It ever put on the market (or bowel complaint. Mri. E. O Greori, ftedetiekuown, Mo. Thu i."TrnL - , f nirri.NU ciuTi-throu- gh and clluchwl. At oIiits where nails could not bo thus clinched nails that had been dipped iu cement wero used so as to muko them hold firmly. Owing to the length of time tho must remain iu tho crates It was necessary that the crates should bu long enough mid wide enough to permit tho animal to lio down comfortably, but there must Ijo some arrangement to prevent the hog from turning around and at tho samo time furnish a protection to tho animal when tho sen was rough and tbo vest-e- l rolling. It was such conditions that presented tho greatest difficulty. Padding would not do becnuso tho pig would tear that loose, aud yet it would not prevent him from turning around iu the Ixtx. I solved thaso difficulties by putting in it slat long enough to reach from tho rear end of tho box to aud project a llttlo beyond tho front end. Thoho slats wi re four Inches wide, rounded ut tho edges, and of an inch thick. They wero fastened at tho roar by nailing to a small block, which was nailed to ouo of tho wido boards at tho rear end. The shit then ran to tho front end and passed through botween tho slats on tho front end, and was there hold iu ploeo by a small pieco on each side. Such slats wero plucetl high enough from the bottom of the box to penult tho nuiuuil when lying down to bo clear under them, nnd at tho sumo time when tho pig wits standing up to fit closely to tho sides of the animal, allowing a space of nbout 1,4 inches on each side. Tho slats, being fastened at tho rear aud allowing play room nt the front, penuitted them to havo foiuo spring and thereby prevented tho animal from being thrown down by tho motion of tho vessel and nt tho samo timo prevented it from becoming bruised or ani-mnls five-eighth- Chamberlain'! Cough Keiuedv curei cotdi, croup and whooping cough It iipleaunt, iafc and reliable. For aalc by Craig A Hocker, Htanlord Ky. m a Carda of thanks in newspapers from surviving friends after a funeral, thotiRh aro in bad moat of the time cupcrfluous as real friends Uate and often do not like to be thanked in print unless in very special cases. Tho following card printed In tho Atchinsou Globe is sensationally frank and blunt, but includes much truth: "Mr. ami Mrs. Martlebury desire to express their heartfelt thanks to the curiouB friends who attended tho funeral of their daughter and hope their curiosity was satisfi- id." Winchester Democrat. well-mean- t, Jo-Bep- h s The pun that tometimot linker a man at tbi roott Inopportune moment it due to Indigestion. It may come In the midit ol a dinner asd make the leait a mockery. It ii a reminder that he way not eat what he cnooin, nor when he chooiei IU ia a elate to the weaknen ol hia itouiach A raan'a health and strength denenda upon what he gctt out of hit 'ood. Toll depends on hu Indention Kemovothe abatructlon by taking Dr. 1'ierce'a I'leatant J'elieti. 1 ney are a poamve cure lor conttipation and Iti attendant ilia headaches, tour itotaach, flatulence, diiilnesi, billouineti and "heartburn." The "I'elleta" are very gentle in their action. They limply attlit nature. They give no violent wrench of the lyitem. They caute no pain nor griping. Sind 11 one ceet itampa to cover coat ol mailing only, and receUe acopyof Dr. I'ierce't Medical Advlier. Addreat, rtorll'e Diipenaary Medical Attociallon, UufTalo, N. V, e. Tho address of tho shipper nnd tho person to whom tho animals wero shipped and directions for caro aud feed, printed on cloth, wero tacked on each crate. Feed and bedding had to 1x3 provided for tiia vessel trip, as tho carriers provide nothing but water. As the left here in cold weather, but had to pass across tho equator and into a country whero it was midsummer, provision had to bo mado for sprinkling if tho animals became too worm. To meet such emergencies tho following articles nil!) two Lf.llloll fitirill- iirnviileil kler, 1,500 pounds of shelled com, 4 bales of straw, 4 bushels of .charcoal uud 10 jwunds of government specific Tho instructions for tho attendants ou shipboard wero as follows: Feed twice n tlay a quurt of sholled corn to ouch hog. Water three times a day ns much water as the hog will drink. Dishwater in place of clear water will bo better. Give wood charcoal every other day In quantities of about a quart. Clean box and put in fresh bedding ut leait every other day. Keep hogs in shade, and whon tho hog is very worm sprinkle with water frequently until it cools oil. If very wann during tho day, give f ration in tho morning and 1 ration at night. Ulvi a tnblesiKKmf ul of black mixture in water or dishwater to each hog every other day. About Cottono'(I Mral. Cottonseed meal is tho residuo left after xtraction of tho oil by pressure. When freih, it is of n bright yellow color with n sweet, nutty flavor, but discolored and deteriorates with age. Iliac k fcjccks show adulteration with tho hulls It is a very rich, nitrogenous or niuclo building stock food, with more or less fat according to tho effectiveness of tho oil extraction. It is comparatively poor in starch and sugar nnd notably weak in fiber, requiring thnt it bo fed with plenty of coarso fodder to supply tho necessary bulk to fill the stomach. It is a for richer feed than cornmenl or wheat Cottonseed meal is largely used in tho eastern states as a fertilizer, its valuo for that purjwso leing computed in tho sumo manner as that of other fertilizers. It can often bo bought at prices which justify its uso for that purpose, although the moro usunl and rational practico is to feed it. Thero is, however, danger of injurious effects from tho free feeding of cottonseed meal, especially when not perfectly fresh. It must not bo fed to young stock. Iu tho process of manufacturing cottonseed products tho need after leing cleaned is hulled, tho hulls forming tho weight. Theso hulls about aro good feed, not rich iu proteids, but moro so in tho carbohydrates. They aro considerably used for that purpose. For tho most part, however, they ore burned in tho factories producing them, tho ashes being carefully saved as a fertilizer rich in potash and phosphoric acid. To bonio extent they nro bnled and enter Into commerce, usually to bo mixed with meal for feedings. United States Agricultural Bulletin 30. aui-mals boxes. street?" "Yes, y'r honor." "Why, I know vho you are. I ronieni-lo- r you now. You say tlmt you had your wlfo whipped?" her, " Whuru do you llo Tho Judtfo showed even more Interest. Out ou Twelfth "Thero wasn't ony more tight left In y'r honor." " Disuhnrged. You couldn't linvo lecn drunk. I've een your wife. No drunken man could whip her." Chicago Tribune. A Slutg Term Illustrated. CLAIRETTE SOAP is made to wash clothes as they should be washed. It distinguishes friend from foe your clothes from the dirt aud spares one while it strikes the other. You must use soap ; why not the best ? Suppose you are now suited, you will feel no worse when you are better suited. Try Clairette. Clairette Soap has long been made and lias friends everywhere. Sold everywhere. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, St. Louis. IE GREAT BUSINESS TRAINING SCHCOLv , I I t i ri J P r :,i ..r 'frisCtJfiMJrrfiat7a' ifMtTrlfjl.t SfStSlJl .7is'Yfjn7 . ftfifiJMS .. s-- J k mWyr.,- . J - . ' rLs . j m 'JZZ'" huhdrebs or graduates nrMuufLnrn fw int ir.fwwr bucttirec uru ne cuiAJaninuus oi tur uauiru vvnbw "m vr SOUTH. r. holding mi positions. one-hal- QpWUE?j0VRlm.JREE. 0(1?jl?Jr , COUNTRY. MENTION CQURSK WANTCD. . UP TO SNUFF. -- Truth. m ,vv IW) jJ2.VA5a.Aaa Hnmpshlru iietogennrlnn. "Well, purty much all my Ufa I might say nil my life, 'ceptln wheu I'vo been trav'lin 'rnouniL I vo uouo n heap o trav'lln in my day. " "Have you ever lxxm nhroad?" "Well, no, not to say abroad exactly, but I'vo Ixvn nrnound purty considerable. I was over In Loulsvlllo in 1857 an staid a hull week. Then lu 1804 1 was down In EUlerlH.'rryvnIo two nights an a day, an in tho spring o '70 I took a trip out to Peter-vlllfo'teen miles from hero, nu was gono a week lackln one tiny. Yes, sir! An in 1870 I took in tho county fair nt Jasper-townn thnt ended my trav'lln. I ain't lxxn to Yurrup exactly, but I reckon I'vo seen the biggest part o' tho rest o' tho world, I reckon I hov." New York Sunday World. e, A Gloltr Trotter. "Have you lived right here In this house all of your life?" asked a tourist of a New (JRGGninG " III'vliIIrrrrO BSSS5S1 & (J0AL. ': '!ill 5 Bushels No. I Wheat Screenings For One Dollar, If taken by July 10th. A Splendid lot of . !: u, Threshing Coal at 9c Per Bushel. Satisfaction Guaranteed. J. H. Mai smss asaasy- BAUGHMAN & CO., Stanford. Kentuckv. mam? ssfjssaV uv IN V"Vf?" '4 VV I.lfo Inauranca Item. Dallas Man (who has just Insured his llfo for $10,000) Now supioso I dlo tomorrow, will my widow really get tho money? Life Insurance Agent In enso you wero to dlo tonight, sir, your widow would bo so Rure to get tho inonoy that I would pro pose to her before tho funeral. Texas Sifter. Tain of Two Cities. said tho Chicago man, "wc have no enso on record where a prominent society woman got married within three weeks of her husband s death." "Probably not," said tho man from tho oast. "As I understand It, it is not tho custom In your town to wait until ho Is The Insurance. The Insurance Gasoline Stove will bake quicker, is easier to light and will positively outwear a half dozen vapor stoves. The best ol all oue-hal- f "At least," dead." Cincinnati Enquirer. Live Stuck I'nlnta. Tho membership of the Grand Army of the Republic is being reduced in a rapid manner by death. On January 1, 1894, tho membership of tho Grand Army was 337,010; January 1, 1895, It bad fallen to 309,060, and on January 1, Iu tho front end wos constructed a 1S96, it was 357,039. In tho first six of the present year the loss will wooden trough, which was divided, and months In one end was placed n zino cup mado bring the total down to 350,000. to fit insido tho wooden trough, but not The pension office rules that death resulting from the morphino habit, though contracted by using the drug to relieve pain caused by a malady contracted in the service and line of duty, on soldier's own responsibility, can not be Britaiu. accepted as due to service in the lino of Tho National Saddlo Horso association 8tIE AND FUONT END. duty. tomlng qulto to tho top, and fastened nnd horso breeders generally havo it iu with largo tacks. Tho object In not hav- their power to give tiio saddlo horso n ing tho zinc cup como up to tho top of boom such ns it never had before Tho orriN QUANTITY. BUST IN QUA 111 tho wood was to prevent tho animal Kentucky or southern saddlo horso is tho ono that in tho long ran will pay from tearing out tho metal cup. Tho rear end of tho box was con- the best to cultivate. No other compares structed so as to permit tho box to bo with it. Careful breeding nnd training, cleaned out easily. To securo such con- grent advertising of snddlo horso shows ditions there wero two sluts across, ono nud especially ridiug picnics nnd excur0 inches wide at tho top, tho other 4 sions will help. Tho celebration of WHITE'S CREAM idies wido and 4 inches from tho bot- equestrian day in Chicago is tho right kind of a move. There might bo nn tom, and two wido boards standing upon each side of tho end, leaving equestrian day in every largo city of tho YEARS a spaco of nbout 8 inches between them Union some time iu the pleasant weather FOR Ma lad all WORM Remsdlafl. in tho middle of tho roar. Holes wero of this yeur. I EVERY BOTTLE IUAMNTEED.1 bored through tho top slat uud tho wido Contagious diseases among livo stock OXJ BVAIX DKVOOUTI. md boards, aud through such holes a are much more severe iu Great Britain kr Trffmr Wooden piu was placed for two purposes than iu America. LCHARDBtttl Manilla lu., dc. Lni d. who have had flocks of wool goats havo mado much profit. Last year a man iu tho southwest had n flock of 90 goats. From their fleeces and from tho iucrcaso iu his herd ho has mado n profit of moro than $ 400. They wero mohair goats, und some of them sheared as high as four pounds of fleece. Tho best part of tho business was that tho animals foraged for themselves, and ho bought no feed ut all for them. Wo havo often wondered why American farmers do not go into tho breeding of mohair gouts oftener than they da The hair is very valuable, aud tho flesh of tho young kid famous as n delicacy from remoto Diblo times. Theso goats aro less troublo and cxpeuso to keep thau sheep. When separator milk is fed to calves, it should always bo warmed to about 90 degrees. In rcturu for the largo number of hackneys thnt nro coming over hero our breeders must seo thnt about 100 times ns mauy of our high class express and light hauling horses arc shipped to Great In theso days, when hard twisted tex- then" 4 Ho hummed meditatively. tile fabrics are fashionable, tho few men On to It at Lnat. "Great Scott," snld tho Jersey mosquito ns tho jet of nlr from the punctured blcy-cl- o tire struck him, "what a low trick theso cyclers aro puttlug up on usl But THERE IS NO DANGER. Any Child Ten Years Old Can Operate one of Them. Call and see 'luckily I've got wind of It!" York Press. Now A Scrlont Complaint. Gertrude I see that Mrs. Dasher lias got tho alimony. Aunt Sellnn Dear, denrl I'm afraid It will go hard with her. She's such n frail, The Safest, Simplest! And Most Durable Stove Made. nervous thing. South Norwalk Sentinel. Kept Tally of Them. Policeman Whnt Is tho uso of ringing your gong after you'vo run over a man? Motorman I wasn't ringing my gong. I was registering him. New York Sunday World A Perfect Suoceaa. "Mndgo, how did you and that French lady get on?" " Well, sho understood what sho said, and I understood what I said. "Chicago Record. The Collar. collar. Why, collars haven't been worn by swell peoplo for two seasons. Tho very Idea !" Detroit Tribune. ly, HIGGINS & McKINNEY. This Is tho best market nnd ours Is tho best house to ship to. Wo mako liberal on consignments. Besides wo havo better facilities than other houses lu havlng-msnlargo iBCtorics to supply. Wo get you tho top price nnd ray spot cash; uot In trudo. No traveling agents. Ship. all your wool and farm produce direct to HERNDON-CARTE- R WOOL. WOOL. y 110 Third Street, or 313 to 310 Murrell Court, CO. LOTJISVUjIK, KT. "No," repented tho stateswoman Bovcro- - "I wear nobody's THE Ileal Katate Qnlet. Eastern Man Anything stlrrlug lu real estate out your way this season? , not even Western Man (gloomily) a landslide. Now York Weekly. No-o- Queen &Crescent ROUTE i.u, WORMS ! vermifuge: 20 up-lig- reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed "old oaken bucket" hangs thero by the through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Chatta woll. With the green moss around it, I know, nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, Kew Orleans, .ruianiu, But the huart In my bre&st atlll dullifUtoth the and Jacksonville, rnrougu sleeping vars to rvaoxviuc, xioi uuga sa . bout and Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mturoe In tho nielon that's cooling below; In tho melon that's seen Through Tourist Sleepers to los Angeies ana and Shreveport. With a circlo of green Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, San Francisco. In tho depths cf the waters below. via Shreveport. '. I know tho tlrod mules have come home from via New Orleans or Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati tho field, The farmhand's forsaken tho hoo, Free Parlor with every accommodation to patrons. But uaacht in tho plotaro such pleasure can Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Farlor and Observa- yield As tbo melon that's cooling bolowj Hon Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington aud As tbo melon that's seen Chattanooga. In the glory ot urnen In the dopths of the cool well below W. O. Blnearson, Onu.'W.Zell, Atlanta Constitution. O. P.J.., Cincinnati, 0. Wc. ToM'T As., Cincinnati. 0. A Itural Rotroapect. Tho I wr.aKTaar.gMMBS.'-ft- : trrr 2s$ Try - an: 3&anBaC30q3) Semi-Week- ly InteriorJoorwh - ELSIE'S GRANDMOTHER. Though her coblo features 800m The eisbMlmont of rost, Llko tho fxitnta of whom wo dream In tho heaven of tho blent. Yet sho's weary Many n day lias oho marched with llfo's gay throng; Tbotm aho loved havo droprxnl away Why mutt sho liro on ho long? 1 the United Ktntrn Govrrmixiut Do tlertnkn Improved 11 one itretillnc? So well have our peoplo been educated to tho beauty und lltncos of hornes of INSURANCE COMPANY E. C. Walton, Business Manager. tho right typo that tho difficulty which now arises is whore shall wo get tho OF LIVERPOOL. Wearied of unrtghtod wrongs; horses? There are plenty of horses on DRAFT AND SADDLE. Frightened by tho world's dark frown; continent of ours, and every this broad Llfo's lafct act Is Juno; nho longs One a I'nro llred I'tiller, the Other n Pur year thousands of superfluous hoixs aro Ho Found Out. For tho curtain to go down. Saddler. Everybody llkos to poo Impertinent curibeing bred. To tho economist in such BHBBEE S. CMSTLEMS. Blowly with each peaceful breath Nttlsfuc-tloA race in which tho big fellow in our matters this is a very discouraging Days nnd years crept toward their sum, osity rebuked. Thero tvoa grout MANAOKKS, Yet nhe nevor links for death ; Uieroforo, In a certain KurojHWU hofirst illustration figured would not bo thought, since it costs no mom to rear When God will It, let It come. tel on n recent occasion. An old lndy wlio much of an affair, but on the other hand and feed a good hur.o than a poor one, Commcrco Building, Louisvii'o. had had her hair cut off after n severe Dearest, nro you nenr tho end? the horso in tho second picture would and. unfortunately, tlio vast majority of place noticed a and wore a wig In Its Are your loved ono dying fasti Kiits Throughout the South. not mako much of a show in n pulling hoin's which aro bred by tho farming Havo you not ono little friend man looking curiously ot her lvilr. match. Who will lovo you to tho last? elates throughout tho middle states and Soon after, on somo excuse, lie crossed Oh, whun life's great eddying whirl Tho first horse, weighing a ton, is a in the west are practically worthless. tho room nnd ptood o moment behind Loaves mo Htraoded somewhere, too, Canadian Shiro stallion and a rare aniMany of them aro Mnt'ieleM, long where she sat Tho lady rose, turned calmLOCAL AOKNT, liny I havo Homo little girl mal of his kiud. He has won first prizes bodied, big footed, heavy headed brutes ly around, nnd lifting her falso hair from To lovo mo as I lovo you , her head wild: Kentucky. that havo absolutely nothing to recom- Stani-okoRobert Ilovorly Halo in Youth's Companion. V "Yes, sir, you are. qulto right; it is a 37tf mend them for any puriKMo. Tho farmvrlgl" er thinks a horv) is all right if lie is A The humiliation of tho prying stranger ACT. THK HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, only big enough. Everything is sacri was speechless. Youth's Companion. ficed to size, and tho result is an auiuuil absolutely worthless for harness pur Davo was a coward, nnd ho had "" aces and not even good for druft use. Sf boruo tho reputation of arrant "What doe all this talk about 10 to 1 Is A Rent for The C In tho state of Maine and throughout mean?" asked tho girl who thinks she cowardice over since ho had crawled L,Uc New England many good horsed aro ought to bo Interested in current affairs. over tho side of his dugout crtullo to Co. "It moans," said tho heartless villain, wallow along with tho underfoot world raided by tho farming class. Tht-sAnd The "that every girl shall liuvo 10 proposals to on tho whito sand beforo his parents' states are so thoroughly stocked with every other girl's, " breeding animals of good old trotting cabin door. Though country born and Aotna Accldont "Oh, how lovely I" Cincinnati En- bred, a passing notably .Morgan stock that tho fanners thunderstorm struck Company. quirer. cannot help producing a good, handy lint nd Most Favorable Terms ol Insurance hiin with terror, and tho sight Rf tho type of horse. In many parts of tho black waters of tho "crick" caused a What We Are Coming; To. SHUCK CHAMPION. south, notably Virginia, Tennessee, and, "Frederick," said she, "don't let tho remarkable agitation of his knees. Ho Portland San Francisco. baby stand alone." was a coward puro and simple. Tho at the principal horso shows and fairs of course, Kentucky, there ls ho much ....Totfcs "Why, she's old enough to learn to bristling of a coou routed him uncondiin tho Dominion. At one of tho leading good thoroughbred blood among tho walk." tionally, aiid a determined possum could fairs ho won tho sweepstakes over tho hoix's and .such a strong dash of equal "Old enough to learu to walkl Why, rob tho heuroo6t beforo his very face. ly good Anglo-Saxoblood in tho peoplo Clydesdale heavyweights. she hasn't even learned to rldo a tlcyclo Via The Indeed, Davo was a coward, and his Much is written lately concerning tho that thci-- states must bo left out of tho yet" Washington Star. cousin, Suo Spivey, laughed uproariousfivegaited Kentucky saddler. This horso complaint which inspires tills article. Then, too, on tho great ranches of tlw ly when tho poor fellow perpetrated his is coming into favor so rapidly that it A Definite Definition. initial and only act of boasting. Ho will not ho surprising if our Kentucky west horee breeding is being curried on 'What's an 'entr'acte?' " had said to her ono day very solemnly and Tennessee friends havo their hands intelligently in many instances. What nS "That depends on tho weather." "Depends on tho weather?" and no doubt sincerely : more than full iti endeavoring to keep can bo done with tho brtxl of 60 called Df touitviut HlAUAT CICAaatI& "Yes. In tho summer lt'8 usually beer. " "Toe purtoo yo' hontih an happiness up with the demand. Tho bicycle can native hoixv, or Iudiuii iconics, is still Xewa. Detroit I ud th'ow away my wnthless life." never wheel tho Kentucky saddler out an ojh'ii question, but certainly good OdIt Dining Car Koutt From results have been obtuinM by crossing Ordinarily Davo's speech was unpolof favor. Aftor the Spnnhinir. ished and provincial, but on this occaTho second horso is naturally a prod with thu thoroughbred, thu trotter anil Mother It hurts mother moro than it sion it ro-- o to tho dignity of what ho tict of Kentucky. Ho is a bay 1C.3 in even the IVrcheron. doca you, my son. But there is a vast brooding ground felt tho occasion demanded. height. A more benutiful, pirited head Willie Why don't you holler then? Suo know full well his timorous disnever crowned a horde's body. He is bay for hon-- in tho states which comprise New York Sunday World. tiffin t Pullman Vtstlbuled position and would havo thought it safo in color. His beautiful, long, flowing tlio middle west Ohio, Michigan, IlliSippets ot Modern Pattern. Fin do Steele. nois, Indiana and even in Pennsylto count on his poltroonery in any Tor maps or any Information, ajdress I'm hn end of tho century plrl, vania, New York and New Jersey. event But a day was sadly near which THANK J KKID.) f E. H. IIACON you nnd me, But roally, between Many horv are mixed by farmers in proved to her tho full worth of the poor I). P. A . or . O. P Agent, I don't think tho fun of thu thing Chicago, Louisville I fellow's grandiloquent assertion. these htuW-H- and many moro amid lo Is qulto what it's cracked up to bo. He mre to call for Long beforo tho lato unpleasantness raised if it wero shown that price amid Monon.Koutr. I'vo worked to umnncipnto woman, bo realized for first cloari stock, which and until this day Houeyputh was only I've triod to scorn dancvn and tea. Donver. St Paul. a siding, where occasional trains took would i.jy the fanner to run tho risk of I'vo discarded my petticoats, too. And urrcyed mywilf boldly In theuol his outlay. Tho farmers ought h bo edwater and passed each other. Two or three log shanties, without special preucated to tilts point, and they should I'vo swung on tbo parallel bars. Read Ibsen, Xordau and G"orgo Mooro; tensions to any architectural dissimiulso l taught tlvo right typo of ItorM) to I've tolled and I'vo spun 011 my wheel larity, marked the sito of tho town, disbreed. Not otily this, but tho facilities Till all my uuatoiny'a soru. tinguishing it from tho vast area of imfor breeding such horrv should bo placed New Line Wtwirn Cincinnati, Tomorrow I'll cremato thtw) togs penetrable swamp that backed it and within their reach, and this is where And lio in a hammock till ntaht, tho arid waste of sandy bottom through our government should follow tlw lead With tin' Duchess and fashions to left which tho glistening, polished rails of Sue. of other civilized government tlw world And a box of French bonbons to right. over and do something in this all imthe grand trunk lino writhed and sinu-ateSolid Trains, "Oh, Davo, don't open tho door, " sho Yes, I've smoked, too, nnd gono through Along that glowing metal high- pleaded, meeting tho earnest look lent portant brunch of domestic economy. HAH.NE5S .VXD SADDIX STALLION. Fast Time. tho plums way troops of both armies passed and on her faco from beneath the brim of tail shows at onco that ho belongs in tho No needs to to told what a big penitentiary, And Excellent Equipment. repassed, guzod at curiously by tho few Dave's fronzy slouch hat, "Iaiu'tafeer-c- south, whero tlio cruel and silly practico tho English government, or, pcrlmi, And, hurrah, thu goal is in sight, Tho end of my first and last "century!" old women and Fenilo males left in tho too burn." of docking never found favor. Besides more strictly speaking, tlw crowu, has Inaugurated May 24. -- Kwv York Sun. village, but exciting no other emotion THK SCIlKDULr, His lips blanched, his knees wore his five saddle gaits, this horso is an ac- dono for tho breed which it hca practiSTAGE GLINTS. than a blank curiosity that died out wobbly with fear, but he had not for complished driver as well. Tho south cally created tlw Uioroughbevd. Franco l. vii (.Inclnnall .904 a.m. V'S P.m. , j J p. nt. J S . w. even beforo tho whito mist of the fluo gotten tho ono boast of his ioor, pinch- understands in Defection tho breeding has accomplished wonders with trotters Air. Iciledc Air. Detroit. 6 ic a. m. .545u.n1, Charles H. Hoyt and his wifo (Carol- sand stirred by tho soldiers' feet had ed life, uttered so long ago. "Too pur-te- and training of the combined Through coachea and paitor cats on day trains. riding and and avtching horses by government enine- Miskell-Hoyt- ) are in Paris. couragement Austria has taken up tlw Through coschts, Wagner Milng Cars Ciacia. settled behind tho retreating bands. yo' houah mi happiness I 'ud throw driving horw. na.l to Toledo and Cincinnati to Detroit on night American trotter, us wtJl n tiro H. Grattan Donnelly will write a Have was a native of Honeypath and away my wnthless life." Ho uttered . trains. Care of thn Show Hog IlsUr. No service between Cincinnati, Toledo and ow comedy for Nellio AlcHenry for lived with an aged father in ono of tho tho words again monotonously, lingeruud, by keeping stallions ut is AS GOOD AW OIK Nr.W YOKK LINK, Hogs that havo leon in moderato or servico throughout tho empire at a shanties. Suo dwelt with her mother in ing tho riflo that was held limply in tho coming season. l AS f OOI1 AS OUK ( lllfAOO LINK, thin condition and afterward fed up AS GOOD ASOl'K ST LOU 18 LIN K. fee, is doing splendid work in imauothcr uoar by. Davo's father was a his shaking hands. Frank McKco will bo accompanied by Iluv jour tickets Ihrouib via "III; l"our," Poor Sue Thero was no answering strongly nearly always hhed tho old proving Its breed of homm. his wifo (Isabel Coe) and daughter on hot blooded southerner, whoso patriot lor lull inloimsticn cail on (gents cr acMreis ism answered to tho first call to arms, laughter in her soul now for thoso gro- coat of hair, but if they should get o Russia and Germany are not Miind D II MARTIN. O McCOKMACK, his trip to Europe, Pass Traffic Mgr Gen Past. At Tlit. Agt, Dave was timid, fearful of tho smell tesquely sententious words which broke setback during the time of tho slipping hand in snrh matters, and tho United but Do Wolf Hopper is doing a big busi of the hair the shedding usually stops, naonly ness in "El Capitau" at tho Broadwuy of powder and refrained from action, in husky mouotono on her hearing liko and thereafter it is hard to get it started State is tlw 1ms one of tlw great ....If VOU AK1GOIN C.... preferring to suffer tho opprobrious epi- a lost prayer. tions which done nothing to foster theater, Now York. again. In such ciwn if patched are left tho hid as try of horx breeding. thets which wero liberally bestowed upalIn that moment Dave, who had or Henry Qrocnwall has bought out tho on him and tho contompt of tho county ha- - now urrivwL Tho Tho ways been a coward, who had all his uso hor-- ti rlipierH, always working the southern tours of Kichurd Maufciield and generally to facing ho knew not what lifo long boruo meekly Isatiti,s lay of tho hair, instead demand for fiiw iMirsn has boon created, tho scorn and clipper with tho "Rob Roy" for next season. upon tho battlefield. Ho was not opprobrium attached to tho character, of agaiast it, if smoothness is desired. and it only remains for tlio government honor Charles IL Hopper opens his season n philosopher and could notpload in ex- ho whom heretofore nothing could Oats and new milk given internally to assist the fanner breeder to meet it on Sept 14 in "Chimmio Faddcu," tenuation of his neutrality that tho arouse to a sense of his degradation, will greatly aid in making tbo hair The first thing to Ivdono Ls hi decide upwith a New York engagement at tho martial slaughter of his brother man calmly arose to tho very pinnacle of her- smooth and glossy Tor external appli- on tho projxT cross to prodiuv tlw horses cation use first castilo or ivory Kup and desired. Grand Opera House. was a crime and that tho wholesale sac- oism. that heavy harness coming out," ho called und warm, soft water. Wash and scrub vig- liorMt, which bnng tlw lxt and surent Sir Henry Irving paid American rifice of human lifo was immoral. "I'm louiavillt 4 NaaHviuc R. R. Davo was Bhuply a coward and accept- shooting back tho bolt ho stood on the orously, riun' off with clear water and price, aro to Ihj bred, tho fanners slwuld dramatists a compliment beforo his dethen apply a vigorous sponging with bo taught how to cdoss tho marcs now parture for Europe by giving Joseph L ed meekly tho obloquy which tho con- cabin step beforo them. Is th hoc for you, as lit ho in to prodnoo a "Fall ba;k nnd give him o show; he's buttermilk. Uso a go!, btiff, dry brnsli in thwir C Clarko a commission to write n now dition imposed, not oven the taunts and cutting sarcasm of pretty Suo Spivey coming out, boys!" Sho clung to him, everyday und . groom him as well as you typo of horso which may fetch n good play. do If you desire to uw oil price as u hanwss lHrrnu, but which will batbeing ablo to rouse tho pleading: "Dave, don't There's four to a.s your hors1-Make'clos connections at Frank L. Pcrloy will bo a busy innn tle in his craven soul. instincts of a dressing for tho show ring, ollvo surely make a good draft borw. one. Don't go!" But ho pushed her next season. Ho will manage Modjcska, oil with 10 per cent of alooliol is as Beforo the stTifo ended Sue's mother gently backward into tho room. The government would not go far LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI tho Bostonians, Robert Hilliard, "The was gathered to her final rest, being For all Glycerin with tho wmio "Bolt the door behind me!" lio said good as any.alcohol also good dron- wrong if it were to encourage tho TtlVOUGH TICKETS pointa. Sporting Duchess," Potter-BelloSOLD. and put out of sight in tho llttlo sandy a u uf-of thoroughbred and hackney stal Ior cent of and pasned out IIAGGAGK CHKCKKD THROUGH "Tho Liberty BelL" ing. If flics uro bud, udd enough crystal lions upon native mures, muny of which graveyard, with only tho comment of For any information trqulre of Suo stood motionless in tho center of T. D. Frawloy's success with his San tho two remaining uoighbors. And then JOES, HICK. Agent, the room waiting for it to begin. Dave carbolic acid to mako it bisto and smrdl are trotting bnd, if they havo any breedStanford, Ky Francisco stock company is evidence Davo and Suo toiled early and lato in pulled tho and trigger of his gun and turned some, Tho logslong insido of ears should ing at all Tlw French coach horno, too, that America has good mutcriul for actor order to wring from tho starving acres tho corner and instantly four, weapons bo cleared of hair by tho uso of would not bo a bad cross for this managers, despite frequently expressed an unvaried livolihood of yams, corn clippers when tho unimal is to bo and if somo legislation could bo barked with ono voice, opinions to tho contrary bread and bacon, moro often tho corn Suo heard something heavy fall shown. Such trimming adds much to brought about by which a number of Only Dnect LUc Iktween Delia Fox sails for Europo shortly. bread without tho embellishment of po- against tlio sido of tho cabin ; then in- tho oppoaranco of tho animal With stallions of thoso two breeds ooald bo tho etira at edges and on placed at Horvico at o uomiuul feo at Eho begins her next Bcasou on Sept. 21, tatoes and bacon, particularly during stantly tho sharp, clear utteranco of a Poland-Chino- s s Shortest and quickest between different iioiuts in tho staK-- mentioned tinder tho management of Stephen T. tho weeks after a hungry foraging party Winchester answered tho carbines again top should bo trimmed, but with tho fringed ear Ls one of tho dis- tho first BU'p towurd a great end would Frankfort, Goorgotown and Paris, hud iKissod that way. King. Sho will present "Fleur-do-lis- " and still again. Ono carbine only Oarllslo, Mnyavlllo, Oynthinnu, Ono day Davo was working among and "Tho Little Trooper. V then all was still; only tho fret- tinctive marks of tho luiimal of pure bo accomplished. Falmouth and Covington. tho young potato vines in nn open arid ful warbling of a wren in tho nearby blood and henco had better not bo reTlw next step would bo tlw holding field behind tho cabin, when Suo ran Cherokeo rose hedgo breaking tho tense moved. Exchange. GEMS OF THOUGHT. of aIiows or competitions, und no in- Alk (or tickets via Kentucky Midland. Traint run by Central Stan Jard Time. out to him in troubled haste. ducing to rivalry, uud by a system of Time TabU April 19, iS$6. fiilenco of tho drowsy afternoon hush. Hat Onawtsl Uie Cows, Courage is adversity's lamp. "Oh, Dave, I'm pow'fnl skecred!" rewards for tlw best results cucourago TKA1NS EAST. Anxiety conquering terror, Suo drew No. 1. No. j. No. y. Hero is au argument aguiust tho rigid tho fanners to breed only tho best, and sho panted. a. m. p. ut. p. m. back tho bolt, throwing tho door wido Reason should direct and appotito 655 "Skecred o' what?" ho asked, with- open. A broad stream of .yellow light Btanchion in a story from tho Liberty at tho samo time educate themoa to tho Lva Frank lort A 100 405 " Klkhorn (N. Y. ) Register: 7C8 4 iS to obey. Cicero. out intermission of tho bent labor. best means of doing so. " Stamping Uround y ay 437 a rush of heat met her, passing aver 14! A peculiar form of misfortune has ' 'Some some soldiers just went (town and a 15 4 55 work tho proneut horso show " Georretown.II... y 4 This Tho past bat lives in words. A thoua figure on its knees thut always tremArr, C. S. Depot tho dairy of J. R. Dutcher, who 1 o yjo 300 sand ages wero blank if books had not tho road, on they Bpoko to mo sassy bled at tho sight of deep water. Davo lives about a milo nortlL of Parksville, system is not doing to any great extent " Paris .C (30 5 35 4 00 like." Sho hesitated, and Davo looked was gasping his last breath. Bleeding Tho Hhows aro not hold in agricultural evoked their ghosts. Bulwer. Sullivan county, N. Y. A fow weeks districts, nor aro thoy in any souse fur TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. a. m. p. m. a. in. p. m. Whatsoo'er thou lovest, that become up to boo her pretty faoo scarlet and her and shattered, ho crept to her feet, aft- ago, Mr. Dutchor noticed that his cows 4 9S er tbo manner of a faithful dog, to die. wero growing languid und worn ; then tho benefit of tho forming class. Nov LV Jiu;;""c !H thou must God, if God thoa lovest; brows bent together in angry lines. 6 31 C. H. Depot 10 aa "Well, what did they all say?" he In tho gravo gray oyos that wero raised York Journal. " Georgetown II 1040 dust, if thoa lovest dust Anon. 636 640 j 4s ' Sump's Gro'd 10 jS demanded in his accustomed slow drawl to here thero was tho light of tho exal- tho hair in various places disappeared, 6 3.4 7 ay Live. Stock Point. Cowardioo is not synonymous with after waiting in vain forhor to proceed. and what seemed to bo great open sores " Klkhorn y 11 11 16 7 jj tation of a passing spirit, triumphunt appeared. Tho sores grow largor and 8 13 prudence. It often happens that tho Rapo is soniewlutt liko tho turnip leaf Arr Frankfort A... 11 30 y 15 "They 'lowed thoy all was over tho shadow of death which already each morning wlmi ho entered tho stublo in flavor. It will grow ubundantly all better part of discretion is valor. Haz-ll- back." SUNDAY TRAINS. darkened thorn. His lips moved in tho largo "Who vm tbey ennyhow?" ho asked contortion of a smile that broke into au ho uotod new an1hand, ones, somo as over tho northwest. Ono thing in favor Leave Georgetown 10 40 a. m; arrive Frankfort largo as a inan'i with blood trick- of tho lato sown rapo is that it hi not 11 30 a.m. Those who oro formed to vin general uneasily, his faco blanching in antici- articulate murmur. Leave Frankfort 4 33 p. m. arrive Georgetown ling from them. This stato of affairs apt to bo attacked with plaut vermin. admiration oro seldom calculated to pation of tho martial visit. I 13 p. m. "I dono said that too purtec' yo' went from bad to worso until ho counRailway individual happiness. Hero is a good way to tell when a The Kentucky Midland cheapest and connec"They was Mosby's men, I Mowed, honah and happiness I would th'ow tnorteal and seled with his neighl)ors for tho cause. calf haa hud enough milk: If after bo tions form the East, North and West. rout to all joints South, an they was five of 'cm. " away my wnthless lifo an I done hit " Thoy looked at tho suffering cattlo and ing fed it lies down and nocms happy 'J For further information apply to their agents. "Our foilers?" a littlo surprised and And Dave, with tho crimson glory of C. D. IIEHCAW. Gen. Pass. Agent.. straightening his back. "Come on back his "wnthless life's" blood streaming immediately said "Rats. " And thocauso and quiet, it haa had enough. If, how GKO. II. 1IARPEU, Hec'r ft Gen.Sup Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo' was inded nits. Tlio rats had ever, it runs about bunting and bleat Frankfort Kv to tho houso, Sue," and, shouldering from many wounds, passed to tho judgso starved that they would attack ing, or remains standing The best mire in the woild for cuts, bruliess his lux;, ho trudged stolidly on before. ment reserved for him from tho beginund is restless, lores, ulcers, salt rheum, lever tores tetter, chap tho cows und cut right into tho flesh of that means it is hungry. ped hands, chilblains, con and all skin eruptions, "Don't you boskcered," ho coutinued ning of all things. tho defenseless animals, for thoy wero lit positively euro piles, or no pay repuued. It is as they reached tlio yard. reckon "I In tho spring and summer it Ls not Tho wren shivered out her fragmenIuarantced to give periect satisfaction or money fastened in tho stable by devices known refunded. Pnce 25 cents per box. For sale by thoy won't do nothin." tary song to hoaveu, tho perfume of tho as stauchious, which afford them only necessary to blanket horses shipped iu W. 11. Mc Roberts druggist. Of tho two it would havo been mani- Cherokeo roso filled tho uir of tho fadcars or steamers. Somo blanket nhould fest to tho most casual observer that ho ing day, and tho setting sun, streaming a very limited uso of tho head and do always bo taken along, howevor, iu not permit a cow to bring its head in Two Lives Saved. was tho worst "skoered," but ho walk- through tho cabin door, touched the Mrs. Pboebe Thomas, of Junction City, III., was contact with uny part of tho body. Mr. cafo of illness or accident to any of the animals. by her doctors she had consumption and that ed on till they reached tho liouse, and still figure of Dave, wrapping him in Dutcher crvircumo the difficulty by distold there was no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr. Suo cried out: molten splendor as though with tho pensing with tho uso of tho stanchions When thero is no money in anything King's New Discovery completely cured her and "Yonder they come now all five." fari of a dying god. she sayi it saved her life. Mr. Tho s. Eggers, ijq and tying his cows with rope, thus per- rlso for tho farmer, ho will find thut ho iCURES NOTHING BUT PILES.' Davo's fuco blanched to a sallow Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from a dreadPoor Dave Though a coward all his mitting them to defend themselves urn mako a profit in raising choice lambs ful cold, approaching consumption, tiled without whiteness, but ho pulled her quickly inlifo long, ho had earned tlio reward of against tho ravenous hunger of tho rats. lor market, having them ready for salo result every thlngelte then bought one bottle o( SURE and CERTAIN CURE Dr. Kioc's New Discovery and in two weeks was side tho door. heroism ot tho very end. "Greater lovo 2 4 known for IS yoars as the cured, lie it naturally thankful. It it such reyou gwine to do?" Suo asked hath no man thou this, that ho lay Since tho change, his dairy is improving at about to months old. "What sults of which these are samples, that prove the rapidly, and tho cows will soon havo At a salo of hinge horses in Denver BEST REMEDY for PILES, j wonderful efficacy of this medicine in coughs and nervously, keeping near her cousin, but down his lifo for his friend." Detroit their accustomed flesh und peace of ecently a select bunch brought only $18 colds. Free trial bottles at W. B. McKoberts'. ho apparently did not hear. He had soxn BY ali. imvaoiHTB. JournaL Drug Store. Regular size joe and ft. mind. apiece. FmiMdcTSlCHASrSOHatrD CO.. 8T.LCUI3. Stanford, Kt.. July 10, 189B n, ss I REDEEMING Suo's brother, who had also offered up his lifo on tho altar of tho cause, leaving his weapon to his sister as a means of dofenso in just such emergencies as this. "What yon gwino to do, Dave?" tho girl persisted, coming closer and laying her hand on his arm. Davo shook several cartridges into tho cylinder of tho Winchester and waited in silence, apparently not awaro that Suo had touched him. Only a few more moments to . ait and then thu last act in tho commonplace littlo tragedy. A loud pound-in- g at tho rickety cabin door and a derisive, imperative voice demanded: "Hi, in there, oieu up, or we'll make splinters of yerolodoor." Tho threat was garnished by several strong expletives and accompanied with moro vicious oundii)g. Then for answer went tho spiteful snap of tho Winchester, followed by n surprised howl of pain, moro voluble profanity and footsteps in rapid retreat. Dave went to tho window, and though a knotholo in tho shutter reviewed tho situation of tho enemy. Then though tho aperture tho rillo again spoko with decisive, leaden emphasis, and when tho smoko cleared away tho man inside beheld ono of tho beniegers lying prono ncross tho freshly hoed potato rows, whilo another limped paiufully in tho rear of tho retreating trio. In tho short silenco that followed tho last shot the arid toj)Ography of Honey-pat6eeined to flash before Davo's vision, each peculiarity standing out strong imd clear. Tho fine, whito sand, covered everywhere with fat leaved prickly pear and cactus that bloomed perpetually in big butter colored flowers; tho bright, blazing sky, tho heat that roso up and hung heavily over man nnd beast, tho many insects that sat out in tho furuaceliko sun, rattling shrilly with very joy. Then tho dense shade of tho murky shadowed swamp and tho big scaly back scorpions and dainty multicolored lizards that played mi eternal game of hido and seek among tho rotting rails of tho old suako fence. Tho trio had disappeared into tho swamp, and Davo calmly refilled his rifle, waiting ns though lost in thought. Presently from tho re:ir of tho cabin canto tho harsh command : "You cowardly bushwhacker in there, como out nn fight liko a man! If ye don't, we'll burn yo an yer shanty an tho gal with ye," Thero was no opening in tho rear of the cabin, tho logs wero thick and the chinks wero well stopped with clay, so that Davo could not return a leaden answer to this brutal challenge. He fingered tho riflo nervously and looked nt h taken down a riflo that had belonged to Blintilil BETTER HARNESS STOCK. John 1). Csitlcnti. A. O. Ltnhim llr-ci- l W. A. TR1BB1.JC, M. W. JOHITSOIT, Iuh. Insurance New York n -- o fi?ia?siev tataiTaLijslyiJy X.OVISYXXXE 1 r c TO CHICAGO. , (In If "M "Big Four" Toledo and Detroit. d. n Jl d s. o' tlwr-oughblv- De-tr- oll nom-iuu- I upjxn-tunit- y NORTH WEST, I Doable Pally Trains w jmr-po- s, Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati nnd Frankfort Berk-shim- d; -- Vanvo-nargue- s. 1 bo-fall- tt bo-to- w u. Bless-ingto- bo-co- I TABLER'SDII BUCKEYE! IlllJ D OINTMENT I I u j 'J JiMi-Well- i. Interior Jnukwu. Ky., Don't forget tlio opening hop at nletta Springs Lln- - Foil the beet policies of Firo Insurance go to Jesse D. Wearen. Brino along enough money to pay your account at this oilieo when you SncoND-iiAND. Wear-e- n McCormlck binder, good come to court Monday. gut an accident policy. aa new, for Bale. B. K. Wearen. and E. C. Walton, Business Manager. After careful deliberation between doing business on a cash and J. S. Rice, depot agent, tolls ua that in credit system and in view of the fact of the unsettled condition of fOun trusses aro giving perfect Hatisfac-tioSawbd shing.eH, oak fencing and popthe month of June this fetation handled inances, vc have decided to See our lines before purchasing. 875 pieces of You should tnko your prescriptions to lar boxing for sale by .H. J. McRoberts. baggago. Craig A Hocker. Penny VdniR Btoro where prompt ftnil Now is tho time to have your buggy accurate Bervice is gnaranteed. O.vk of tho newest, largest, best, moat Youu account was due July 1, and It painted. Let tho St. Asaph Company stylish and cheapest line of gentlemen's must bo Battled. I need tho money and do it. beginning Monday, Jn.v 13th, 1896. ... ready madetrousera in town, at Shanks. J'JiJtH(h'Als POINTS. can't wait on yon. W. B. McRoberts. You nan go to Lebamn at 1J Mh. C K. Tat la hi I'lithaiu Springs The Stanford Water, Light As Ice Co., To those who have been prompt in paying their accounts we are esfares for the round-tri- p and see thu rncea Oahh. Before you condemn the cash Mn, V. A. Thiiiiilb wont to Louisville declared a dividend of 3J pecially thankful, and to all who have given us so liberal a share of there. system, give it a trial. You can pay spot Tuesday. per cent, and carried a email amount ov- their patronage, we kindly ask you to continue with us under the sysA HKAI.T1IY wot muBH can aecuro a cash if you will mako an eilort. Hig-giMissOalmrIIohto.v ia viBitlng rela er. The old directors and ofllcerB wern tem vc have adopted, firmly believing that at the end of each year all As McKinney. good position by immediate application tlvt'B in Loxiugtoti. parties will be better satisfied, and as an evidence of this fact no merMn. Willih Aiiamh. of Mt. Vernon, tothisoillcu. i A from Tajlorsville Bays thpt it. I will be gone on a visit to my mother chant or customer who has followed this principle will abandon wet) here this week. l.NBi'irr thu line of clothing at Shanks' Foree made a monkoy of Davison there in North Carolina for several weeks and Again thanking you for your patronage and promising sell goods to Mil. J. W. Nctiiitt, of Mt. Vernon, before buying. (Quality and price tho Monday, or words to that elfe ct. Our at the lowest living prices, we remain, Very Respectfully, my gal'ery will be closed, but due uoti waatn town man is not an orator. Ho is of the Dr. will etiief inducements. be given in these columns when to VIPit Miio. .1 M Itiru lull Hunter of statemon- will return and open it. A. J. Earp, ia due and ready for you. Youu account her parents at Cave City. photographer. Misa Katk Bauciiiman, of the Went I need money and ask that you pay me Gov. Bradley told a reporter that he at once. II. C. Ittipley. here. Knd, ia visiting relatives could not allord to establish tho preci-deThe Central Kentucky Medical Asao MibsI:inaRambb,oI Montlcello, la Youu account at M. S. A: J. W. of pardoning men who shoot pri- ciation will meet at Harrodsburg, Thurs tho guest of Mrs. Dr. L. U. Cook. soners in the custody of oflicers and for day, lGth, we learn from the Secretary, is ready for you and you must MllS. CiKOKOK P. TaUIIMA.V KkV. AND that reason he would let John Murpby Dr. Steele Bailey. Dr. L. B. Cook will it at once. Don't fail. open the discussion with a paper on to Newport Wednesday. servo his sentence returned Dealeks 1n- Youu account is now ready for you, Cholera Infantum. of LaGrange, !b visMiss Joan Mount, A rt'LiCATioNs for examinations for and you will lay me under obligations to iting her uncle, Mr. II. J. Mcltoberte. Tub L. Ac N. will sell round trip exhere and elsowhere aro increasing' you by settling at once. G. L. Penny, Dit J. l' Pkvton wont up to Dripping 0, cursion tickets to Paducah Jnly those who want to live oil tho governKxor. Spring Wednesday to apend n few days. " ment hoping that if McKinley is elected good to return sJGth at one fare, on ac Little Pkhsonal1). Ben Houten has n everybody will be given a pension and count of peoples' party State convention, Miw. Mahtiia Paxton and Mary Penin Lexing-ton- . girl at his house and Charley Dawes and anything else he may ask. and to St. Louis peoples' party convennington are visiting relatives Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line of IxMiis Cook eMuh has a boy. All receut tion July 1 at same rate, good returr Hobs ell la spending n arrivals. Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' L'nclk Luwib Wiieiilveii there is a local option fight ing July 27. few daya with his daughter, Mra. W. T. in Kentucky, Mrs. Lula Nield is in Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. Hiham Powell, who recently left hia Not Thuk. Cashier G. A. Prowitt Smith. Monday she made a stirring home at Lancaster mysteriously, is back i writes that the report that an attempt Muss Mik.nix Munday has returned h Harrodsburg for the cuubo and Ho was led away by trill. tig boys and got from a protracted visit to relatives in bold of too Wedi day went to Somerset to raise was made to rob the Commercial Bank much whmzy. Madison. her "ce there for tho banishment of tbo of Liberty was without tbo slightest foun dation. The fact is the safe of that bank K. Giiken went to Cincinnati Ouahlui Jok Gimmes' Kitat National Bank at ealooLs. ... - M ....M 19 bo strong and well protected that It Wednesday to tnko n position with Alms Klizibethtown declared 3 per cent, diviThe K. C. will run a special train to couldn't be robbed very easily. A Doupke. dend and carried about f 1.000 to Undivid- Parka Hill next Sunday on account of tho Mil. J. T. PKTTt'a went down to I.oba-nu- ed profits after paying expanses. Landed Safely. To avoid the long military encampment of the Knights of BYWednesday to see his eon, Mr. W Pythias at Jl for tho round-trifrom all wait at Junction City and give tho big The Stanford Water, Light As Ico Co. II Putlun. htationa this aide of Winchester. Train crowd of Negroes who had congregated Mu. F. K TuniHLEla general agent for Iiah put in a water metre at Ilowlutid leaves hero at 7 a. si., arrives at Parke at tho depot the Elip, Sheriff Newland Wysoi'fl kitchen cabinet, tho hem tiling and will get fcix ceuts per 1,000 gallons and hia guards took the prisoners to Danfor the water the L. A N. will use in the Hill nt 10.50 and leave? thero at 5 i si. ovet Invented. ville in private conveyances. They arriv OJO Missta Doha ami Min.nik Strath are future. Held. Mary Jane Givena was tried ed at Frankfort on time and a majority Kv., and Tenneesee back from Clinton, LhtTUUK. Mr. Alfred Bluesky, an In- before 'Squire John Bailey at Turners-vill- e of tho prisoners were glad to exchange respectively. dian, will lecture ut the Christian church yesterday for striking Eliz Alcorn the jail for the penitentiary. After clipRkv. W. K. Arnolii, of SomurMet, it Monday evening at 7:'M on "Red Men And Funeral Director. with a rock and pplitting her ear open, ping their hair and making them all take here attending Hie meeting nt the Moth-odt- and the Pale Face." No chargo for adbaths, they were donned in stripes and and held over till circuit court. They Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, church. mission. fell out over Wood Cobb, who is also a most nf them aesignod to work. Frank Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Mikh Octavia Sizimokk returned WedEllis wai considerably exhausted from The teachers are about to get this hut Negro, with whom both are in love. She Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e nesday from a visit to her brother at his trip and he was taken to the hospital of tho amount due them for hiBt year. gave bond. Clinton, Tonu' whero ho will remain until he improves Mu. W. W. Thomas, of Louisville, has Treasurer Long has mailed checks, agThosk who are in position to know say auflicipntly to work. On the way old joined hia wife and children at Mr. W gregating iSOS.OOO, to the couuty superin- that Mr. John V. Shelby paid J. S. Dick Evans swore vengeance against his tendents. of Kansas City, 110,000 for his half B.Mc Robert'. Miller Broaddus, who he Mu. 0. 8. Nikli), of GraB, wbh here All kinds of repairing done on bug- interept in Linnietta SpringB. Mr. Shel- says shall not get oil with his light sil Where you can get the best value for your money. attending tho bedaido of hla brother-in-lagies, carriages and wagons at our shop' by will now try to organize a Btock com- tence of five years. He can prove, he Col. Crooko. pany and if ho succeeds an elegant hotel says, that Broaddus stole a barrel of Work guaranteed. Mr. J. B. Meishon n Miss FiiANCEsSr.TTLn went up to haa charge. Special attention paid to will be built by next season, the grounds whh-kIrom Mr. W. II. Traylor, some Tuesday to see her fliater, who ia ill Bhoeing. M.S A J W Biughman. will bo improved and it will bo one of tho six or eight months ago. Broaddus waa My entire line will be thrown wide open to the public. All I ask is with typhoid fever. tooiest places in the State. put in the kitchen and is as fat and sleek K .wuu h A: Hardin are doing a rushing a chance to show my goods, and that's no trouble, for Miss Mamik McDonald, who has been as he can be. On the way to, Frankfort, The trustees of tho Kentucky Schools receivthe guest of Miaa Roberta Cash, returned biiBinesrt in writing pens. They Mr. J. K. Baughman, one of the guards, ed 2j gross Tuesday morning and before of Reform met in Louisville Tuesday, to hor home In Boyle Tuesday. had Frank Ellis in charge anu while Mn Wim. II. Shanks left yesterday to night had diunosed of 10 gross, and it with all the members present, but did walking from one depot to the other in Speak for themselves wherever they are placed. Come in and see nothing of public interest. A number get married, i. e. that is what he told us wasu't a good day for pens either. my line before you buy. Lexington, Ellis who had his uniformou, of propositions wero laid before the when asked where he was going. The trustees of tho Goshen school, board by people who want to unload was thought to bo the officer and Mr. Minus Fhancfb and Nbu. Adams, of MeMB II. B. Boone, J. U. Poppies and S. Baughman thu prisoner. "Ain't that a Audi7 HuBlouville, were here yesterday. Mr It. Cook, bavu secured the services of Mies their property on the State, but as fine looking man to bo taken to the pentor Stone had informed the hoard that no dealer'in Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, and ManJerry Adams accompanied them. Ida Cla'k, of Jeesamine county, to teach money would be available for its use for itentiary," was heard more than once, Undertaker, and Stanford, Ky. ufacturer of Picture Frames, and daughters, the school, which will begin July and Mr. Baughman lost no time in exMis. J. II. Stsi'Uknh BJme time, no action was taken. The plaining the matter. In Frankfort, Mr. Joaio and Annie, of Lexington, !20th. Misses next meotiug will bo at Lexington, Sept. Baughman's friends offered their services arrived yiBterday to viait MrB. It K. Charley Carson Iihs a remarkable 8. ..... to get a pardon for him, ali of which Mr. Wearen. freak in an egg sent him by Jim Munday. TiiEUE was a good attendance of the B. dtclined with thanks. Metal Roofing, Hon. It. C. Waiiiikn slipped and foil douhle concern connected meuting of tho Lincoln County Mediral home jester-da- v Itisaaortof while walking around his by a cord, the white being on one side Society Rt Mckinnov Tuesday and the POLITIC A L POINTS. morning and cut an ugly gHh in his and the yellow on th other. There is day was spent both pleaBantly and profitright hand. The New York republican State conno shell on tho curiosity. ably. Dr. W. M. Doores, of Crab OrMib Lydia Luvib, of McKinney, has vention was called to meet at Satatoga chard, was the essayist of tho occasion Ma. W. H.TitAYLOit has ahut down hit been selected as one of the teachers of Shingles, Etc. and read a very interesting paper on August 25. for the en- distillery for the season, after making the public school at Danville On August 1 Editor Fred II. Rob"Dysentery," which was discussed at suing terms. barrels of tho finest "red eye" imagC. length. Dra. J. G, Carpenter and Steele erts, of Owensboro, will become Gov. Wimiklm.oI the Main Line, inable. Mr. A. T. T'Bylor attended to Cait. Iha Bradley's private secretary. Bailey each read a paper on Medical is running the afternoon K. C. train the distilling ami made an average of 3 While Whitney and other leade'B F.thics and Dr. Bortio Carpenter one on while Copt. Smith Forman ia attending gallona pur bushel, which ia unusually as a Cause of Gastritis," discourage talk of bolting, gold men are "Naal Catarrh good. court at PariB. all of which wero enjoyed. The next very indignant at the treatment accordOatiikiiini: Missis Annik and Ir continues to rain and Wednesday place and date of mooting is Hustonville, ed them at Chicago. of Crab Orchard, spent aeveral night a steady down pour lasted till mornThe populists will hold their conven Tuesday, Sept. 1, when Dr. Green Moore, days with their grand parents, Dr. and ing. It waa unusually chilly and overtion at Lawrencebnrg, July 22. W. P. of McKinnoy, as essayist, will discuss at Mra. G. W. Bronaugh. coats and fires were brought into service length, "Abortion, its cause and treat- Marsh says he will not accept the nomifor Mn. A. J. Kami leaves this morning by thu thin blooded. Generally fair Fri- ment." Dr. R. L. Davison will also read nation for Congress. Wilkesboro, N. 0., to visit hia aged day, stationary temperature ia the preThe Anderson News is highly euloa paper on "Maxillary Abscesses." The mother. He will take his camera along diction now. gistic of John B. Thompson and says the following doctors paid the initiation fee and do a little work at hia leimuo. contrast between him and Davison is simThk cash system is becoming popular. and were made members. I. S. Burdett, ply painful. Continuing Mn. J. G. Burnsidb, of Garrard, came it says: Many 0 M. Thompson, T. J. Price and It. L. Higgiua Ac McKinney will join the sever C. over Wednesday to bring Mrs. Mary Davison, tho latter being the only dent- the loading republicans do not hesitate to al other merchants here who have adopt Bay that Mr. Thompson is the best equipHardiBon, of Columbia, Tenn., who has ed it, beginning next Monday. Every- ist in the society. The doctors were en- ped man in the district for representabeen visiting his wife, to the.traln. body but the scamp who doea not in- tertained at an excellent dinner at the tive. He would not bo a tyro in the Laslky writes hia mother tend to pay would bo better Mn. Thomas oh if all Commercial Hotel by the M. D's. of Mc- halls of Congress, thoughahe has never from Port Llinon, Costa Rica, that ho has transactions were iu cash. Kinney. been a member of that body. He is perBecured a lucrative position lu tho freight A Snipe Hunt. Bright Fenell writes oflice of one of the ruilroads that traverse Tins is the way the Advocate pokes ua from Somerset how Deputy J. M. fectly familiar with all the workings of both Houses of Congress and would be that republic. 'Wanted. fun at Mr. J. L. Frohman: L. Waddle, Marshal Andy ready to take his place and go to work Drvkh and children, Mleat s Information that will lead to the recov- Carter, J. Miia. Jamks Watson J. L. Collier and himself were ta- right along with the veterans In the ser3 Vlrgio Brown, Hattiu Moore, Mary Wil- ery of the body of the manager of the ken Bnipo hunting the other night. A fol vice. liams, Ruby UuBton, Maude WilliamB, Danville Fourth of July celebration. Ho low named Adams, from Woodstock got The Courier Journal takes this melMr. Tildon Woodson and sister, Miss ia supposed to have been carried away in of Mrs. Lee Myers and one of bis paper balloons and, it is fear- drunk and was fined (5 in the police ancholy view of the situation: To day Mary, are guests court. He didn't have the money and begins a convention whose action is to Mrs. Wilcher. ed, drowned iu Clark's Run." after working his think shop envolved an cos9 for years tho career of the demoThat excellent and highly accomplishMessrs. Rubin A: Fred idea. He Bent for Mr. Carter and told cratic party. For defeat as a result of Mill Leased. ed teacher, Miss Goargta Lowis, has been if he would pay the J5 he would pi tho convention which meets today is ingivon the Uolmea Bchool in the Kast two experienced millers of Boyle, have him Carter evitable. It will como, rest assured, in if not the vory leased of Mr. J. A. Dudderar, hia mill on lot him to n moonshine factory. End, ono of the befit county. There are 9S pnplla Dlx River, known aa Duddorur's Mill,and jumped at the proposition and putting November, inglorious and crushing. But best in tho up the money soon had the party on if, through any unlooked-fo- r developenrolled. Tho school will open Aug. 3. will run it for all thero is in it. Mr. tneir way to the place. It was a very ment, the ticket to be put forth at Chithe great BarBaparilla Dudderar has made money out of tho Mn. J. T. Cooke, business and it is to be hoped that his dark night and after piloting the officers cago, should bo elected, it would mean man, was up from Uarrodsburg Wednesabout 130 miles anda way up into Lincoln. even a grerter disastor to the democratic successors will fare likewise. day. He waa very complimentary of the Adams said they wero at just half a party than defeat at the ballot box, for Intkhiok Journal aa an advertlalng One of the best things that Gov. Brad- mile from tho coveted spot, but they with tho ruin which such n victory medium and showed his faith by his ley has dnno for some time is to refuse to would have to tie their horses and walk would bring, the party responsible for it works, giving It more to do ana paying pardon Dr. Massle, the four times con- thereat of the way. While they wero would be consigned to an exile far longfor it. victed murderor of Owen county, and tying the fellow gave Mr. Carter the slip. er and more odious than would follow HKRD OK THK sentenced each time for life. The court When the party realized what big suck- its failure at the polls. CITY AND VICWITY. SSSSflfir of appeals gave Massio all the show a ers they wore there was gnashing of beat herda Rev. Sam W. Small, the noted evanSkk W. H: Wearen As Co.'e man could ask by reversing tho judg- teeth and some tall swearing. They manMv Breeder! were wloctcd from tno dow. ments against him three times, and the aged after several hours groping in the gelist, likes Hopkinsville ao well that he o: of diflorent ages State! A ipienuiu iui ui , and seuling wax at Warren governor acts wisely In keeping hands oft", dark to get back to the big road and fi- has arranged to summer here. He has inr Eile, rire.l iows a specialty, batufactlon Tin oanb (VirreiDomlence solicited. Address mtirsntMXl, The murder was an unrrovoked and nally to Somerset, the maddest and silli- been called to preach at the Methodist A Shanks'. for which Massla ought to est looking crowd that ever went snipe church during Dr. Settle's summer vaca - cowardly one, Crab Orchard, Sbk our "ad." on another page. Hig- have long sinca felt the baiter draw. bunting on a dark night. tion. Kentuckian. McKinney. 8TANFOBD, I'nt'CiiiiTioN work done at lowest cash JutA' 10, 1800 prices. Craig A, Hooker. ..t Boforo you leave, go to Jeeao mi ... - Beautikui. lino of decorated Fruit at Warren & ShankB.' D Sau-cer- B Maoic stock and chicken food, best and cheapest on the market. Craig A Uockor. A FEW WORDS TO QUR FRIENDS. n. m Adopt the Cash System, to-d- ay semi-annu- al us disi-atci- I'ut-sda- er HIGGINS & McKINNEY. nt Batigh-man'- s Bet-ti- FARRIS & HARDIN -- pen-Biori- B 17-1- m i- Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. 19-2- d. ad-dre- t-i Prices to Suit The Times. UftSDERTAKiftiG -- - -- III n p JT. C M'OlillY a Practical Trimmer, Bmbalmor it m Lin-ne- y, son-in-la- IT PAYS TO BUY ! Ixm-do- For The Next Thirty Days W. W. WITHERS - m w GOOD GOODSand LOW PRICBS -- Doors, Sash and Blinds, 1,-0- 10 rgwlB A. SINE, Stanford, Ky. 1 Bno-NAUiu- t, tt Now is the time to buy Ladies', Mis- ses' and Children's Oxfords and Slippers. Prices Very Low. Severance & Son, BLUK-GKAS- 17c-wi- n- BED KOGS. I40H S ginBA: as Walker Mason was in Pineville this attending circuit court. Mr. Samp ia 04 P Mahan is sick with fever. Dr. U. S. In.103pm No.ti, gram, who recently graduated at Louis, & CRESCENT. QUEEN ville, has gone to Pineville to make it his Trains pan Junction Cit y at follows: home. Mrs. A. J. Curd and Mrs. Mattie ...3 4 P m J 07 p ra No. s norm No. South ...1 eo p m Gibson have gone East on pleasure trip. 4 11 09 a m 3 m 6 ...3 IS 0 ti ic am will visit various places of iuterest, ...6 00 a m They f ttiJ nm 10 " J run no fur-- r including Old Point Comfort and New Notk. Nos. 4 and 5 and 9 and toatop there. than Junction City. All trains York, while gone. Mr. K. D. Hill went to Louisville Wednesday. Wm Jones was killed at the homo of Andy Bull in the east part of the county Friday night. The inquest was held hero Wednesday and the courthouse was crowded to standing room, as so much uncertainty Burrounded the killing. The jury, after hearing the WILL CURE proof, returned a verdict that he came to his death at the hands of James FaulkScrofula, Salt Rheum, ner and accused Faulkner of murder in Sores, Boils, Pustules, Tetter, the killing. He will be brought out beEczema, fore the county judge on a writ of habediseases of the blood and as corpus for bail. The proof is very and all &- Makes You Well. conflicting, as the entire crowd was full constipation and dys- of whisky and the night was very dark. Indigestion, He. 14, Train going North " ". .::::::::::::: ? Ko. aj WHITLEY CO. SPRING LAMDS. Interior Journai Last Monday was county court day. Ilosr rt Mnftnrhuclta Fnrim-- Mnke Good Money by IUI.Iiij; Them. The prospects are that wo will have A correspondent of Tho Breeder's PubllBhod Every Tuesday and Friday another tide. describes iMii.MtchuKtta fanner's The doctors of our county have orUS PSU YKAKIX ADVANCE! ganized a medical society. vny of rearing uiurket lambs to get the not so paid S2.6Q will be chargcd.l Blackberries are so plentiful that top prices an follows: At Oloverly farm can be seen n practhey will not bring 5c per gallon un tho tical demonstration of how to ptoduco K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. market. Tv.in.leive Stanford at 7.10 a. m., and The 4th passed oil as quietly as could spring lamb that will pleao tho tasto m. of an epicure. At this farm about 200 .. ra., returning at 4:30 P. ra., and o:w p. be here, aa most of our citizens spent it breeding ewes wcro kept during the with our neighbors who had picnics. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. winter. Seventeen lambs wore dropped WILLIAMSBURG, Semi-Weekly r Gn-tctt- o asy-Wh-en A. S. PRICE. TRADE ITEMS. B. THOMPSON, Eighth I. M. Dunn Bold to J. C. Johnson Is a candidate for Congress In this, the Surgeon District, subject to the actlou of the Democratic 100 hogs at 2 05. Dentist, Patty. John F. GaMi bought of James Cash S tnn ford, Ky. 33 fat hogs at 2 jc. F. UOLDAItl J. O. Miller sold to Bales & WngerB Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln couuty, Office oyer McRoberts' I ARM AND J. 'I UTTTiTL1 J. 85 hoRS at 3c 1'antagraph. subject to the action I). W. Vandeveer's M'ss Kmma ran of the democratic party Drutj Store in the Owsley Building. . 1 sth ,. 3 37Pm 3 m week in LVccmbor, 1 1 m W V nt birth. Almost tho first lambs in Boston came from this flock early in February, and April 1 nearly 50 "springers" had boon marketed, weighing from 52 to 57 pounds. Recently a lnmb was killed at tho farm thut dressed ont 20 pounds net a regular January and only a few in February. One hundred and nincty-ouliving lambs were dropped and only two died o 1S05, about four-fifth- s in "butter b.ill." Cooke's Sarsaparilla pepsia, kidney and liver disease IIUBBLE. yield to its curative powers and cured it Bros, sold their export when Enbanks tle to Moute Fox at 3.S5. Keeps You Well. lS cat- Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & Hocker, Wolford, Hustonville. W. C. F. B. Twidwell, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinney. T. F. Alstott. Powers. Beazlev & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours for Health, James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. 3m. W. B. PElTOTir. Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. Office on CARROLL Lancaster Street, at Residence. DOC BAILEY. DRB BAXLETT & IDBfSTE, Proprietors Xrainlujj and Sale Stable STANFORD, KY "Horsei handled under Saddle and in Harness, roadsters and and prepared lor sale. First-clas- s commission Good saddlers bought and add on stables in the country. 8 half mile track and best J. 0. McWhorter, UNDERTAKER, t:rab Orchard, - Kentucky. Jacob Robinson is up from Atlanta to see his brother, Will, who remains very ill. Martha Ellen Todd, who was thought to be hopelessly ill some days ago, is on foot again. Wheat threshing has begun in this community and the best sales so far has been 52c. We regret to note that G. A. Swine-broaand others are loosing hogs rapidly with cholera. Jos. Willmot's little boy fell and broke his arm Tuesday and Dr. Herring, who was called in to set it, reports him doing well at present. Work on the Christian church here is is progressing nicely. Foundation about done and the work on building will begin next week. John Underwood and Jim Wood Bourue caught about 150 flsh during the rise in Dix River Monday, moat of them near bank with their hands. J. D. Miller tells us ho has a Jersey heifer five months old, which bis little girls have brought to her milk, and is now giving at leust a pint at a milking. Tuesday as Mrs. Hnttie Tumey and her brother, George Robinson, were driving from Robinson's over to this place their horse became frightened near here and started off at a break-nec- k speed, turning buggy over near Ham mond's atocl: scales and dashing both out agaiiiBt the bank on bide of pike. George was lifeless for a few moments and Mrs. Tumey was considerably scratched up, but there seems to be no serious damage done to them. The buggy was demolished. It is needless to say the animal was thought to be a family horse. Mc KINNEY. d Thcso lambs havo returned their owner from $10 to $12.60 each, net proceeds, and aro wanted as fast iw they will weigh over 50 pounds. In fact, tho demand has exeooded tho supply and culled for "springers" faster than tho lambs wero rvady to ship. This fanner values good blood, and bought his rams choico Sonthdowns and mated them with half blood, fino wool owes, crossed with tho Down breed.s. Com silago makes a veiy satisfactory food for making milk, with good hay and a liberal grain ration, whilo tho lambs aro supplied at all timed with fnrJi clover rowen and a grain ration of coramc.il, bran and oil meal in n crvop by themselves. Nearly all of tho lambs go to market in April and tho owes aro sheared and turned to pasture for auotliex season's work. It poems almost certain that this lamb crop will bring $1,500 this year. Theso lambs arc sold on commission in tho open market of Boston and go for what they will bring. Preparations aro being made to increase tho breeding flock to 400 ewes another winter, and tho entire capacity of tho farm buildings will bo devoted to this work. An exjK'nmont will bo tried of feeding tho sheep 011 rape before going into whiter quarters nest autumn. This is not n picture of fancy fanning, but a few plain fact, that help to answer tho question, How nhall wo make tho ftirxu pay a profit? Docking. second again at Latonia Tuesday. Anderoon Bros, bought in tho Ksst End a bunch of butcher cattle at 21 to 2 jc. Georgo Baker bought in Casey and Adair a bunch of 2 and 3 year-ol- d cattle at 2 J to3r. The Richmond mills are only paying 15 to 47 cents for wheat. Mules sold court day at ?50 to $100 Balk Lino and Lucy Lee, both in Carroll Reid's Btable, have won purses at Latonia in tho Inst few dayc Louis Walz bought of B. Chancellor a email lot of heifers at 2J and of O. O. WitherBa few shoats nt 2c. Woods it Lynn made 52 50 per head on the cattle they bought of Free Silver JohnFon and sold at Paris Monday at2S a head. Sidney Dunbar sold a lot of hoes to D. X. Prowitt, at 3 cents nnd J. A. Ham mond sold him soma shouts nt eamo price. Granville Cecil, Jr.'s cattle gained 440 pounds each in live months and averaged when delivered 1,221 pounds. Advocate. J. 0. Johnson, of Boylo, bought of Hast End parties a lot of butcher stuff at 2jc aud a bunch of two year-ol- d heifers and Bteera at 3c. Stuart Taylor weighed up to John Einbrjr Saturday about 50 cattle, 1,325 lbs. at $3.85. A week or two ago 3 was tho best price otlered for export cattle. During tho put week John Embry bought 400 in Montgomery. He paid 4 cents for 250 and 3 So for the remainder. Winchester Democrat. Squire U. 8. Coyle tiled the freo turnpike petition before Judge Barnaul yesterday. There were 1,511 names signed to it. The matter was continued to the August term, when the final motion nnd order will be made. J. C. Miller sold S5 hogs to Bales & Wagers last week that weighed in tho aggregate 20,035 pounds at 3 cents. Richmond Paotagrnph. 40-lb. SAMUEL III. OWENS subI It a candidate forSherilTof Lincoln County, ject to the action of the democratic party. JAMES B. GENTRY 1 candidate for SherllTol Lincoln County, sub ject to the a. tlou of tho democratic party Your support is earnestly solicited will from now on deliver the Stanford Kactorr.i Ice regularly morning, Price ttty t. 100 Pounds and Ovor 40c per 100. All bills must m nth .1 Any a mount between 10 and too lbt at Vrln. poiitUely be pild Ihehrstof each K IIKKMFR. EMMETT McCOIlMACK Is a canJIdate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the democratic party our support is carneitly solicited, SHELBY & SHELBY, M. F. EI.KIN Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction City, - Is a candidate for Assessor o( Lincoln County, subject to the action 01 tne democratic party. Kentucky. JOE T. EMBRY Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Couuly. subject to the action cl the democratic party, and earnestly asks )our support. First Class Turnout., l'mmnl All.niUn v.. Reasonable Rates, A portion of your patronage ls respectlully solicited. it 6m. Thomas' Hay Rakes FOR- - JOOTCS, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. All roots psinted with Dean'a lllack Diamond Paint guaranteed for years. Dealirsin best Cistern Pumps and Galvanised Iron Kilters. Ualvaa-lie- d and lllack Iron Roofing uf all kinds. si II J. T. Paint. Estimates furnished for painting Wood, M'lal and Iron Roofs Satisfaction guaranteed. Sole proprietor Drao's Iltack Diamond Root Two Farms For Sale. Farm No. l contains to.i acres In Washington of which Is in grass, well watered with good Improvements, Including new metal roof tobacco barn for to acre crop. 1 bis farm is situated iu what is pronounced the best district in Kentucky for White Hurley Tobacco. Comfortable residence house. Farm No a contains 300 acres In same locality, with brick dwelling Large slock and tobacco barns. Uucol the best Improved farms in tba county. Roth farms are in fine state of preseivatlon, w watered ond fenced. Close to R U. deot, schools, market and on a tine turnpike. For information apply to J N. SAUNDERS. 'O Stanford, Ky. county, Ky . the greater part : r J. K. VanArsdale- Como One, Co mo All. And see the new Hats at Mis Dudderai's Teml.tgun. new ple ol Fashion thu week Nr in Hoers i'anamis ad the new Persian and Uibbon. Handsome goods but Low Prices making done in Me l.trst stile and on short Dress M I). 1)1 PUKKA K. notice. tilas W. S. BURCH, Stanford, House MltS KA1K nrUPKKAR. Attornoy at Law, - - Kentucky. Fourteen-year-o- ld That there is no cruelty in docking, as Steubenville, O., bw Tho Rider and Driver would havo Its n of Paris izreen because her brother readors believe, will not for a moment reprimanded her for staying out late at bo credited by a hinglo person of ordinight nary intelligence. The "necessity" which tho New York p.qior says "takes it out of tho category of cruelty" docs not exist and lias neer existed. As well might it bo said, should fashion declare in favor of ono legged coachmen, that tho amputation of tho snioriluous Jimb would not bo an act of cnielty. Tho supporters of this barbarous practice President. of docking may make all manner of ex- Wilaiam SiiCLroN, cuses, but they cannot advance- a singlo solid argument to show that a docked Primary, Preparatory, Academic and Collegihorso is in i.ny manner rendered superior to ono that has not been subjected to ate Course of Study. Schools of Music, Art and Elocution. mutilation. Horso World. will open. MonThe Scholastic Year for 1 Dora Runolds, of allowed a teaspoon-- f TO TEE IiADEES I I OSes on 1 Lancaster Street, opposite the Court Collections receive cepeclal attention, ti STAITFQBJD am bck Crom the cities with rvtrythUK thai new and preltr m the Milllaery line A situ ou thai this stock Is to my store will convince the most complete. and Ltnliresdcry Material KIcganlliB I.iaens MISSLICCIIC IlsCAZLKV, Stanford, Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF,STANFORD. KY. - MisHeB Florence and Lillyan Tanner and their guest, Miss Mayme Gill, went ic, to Russell Springs Sunday to spend a week, accompanied by Messrs. Dwight Root, W K. Shugars and Varney Tan J W. McGINNIS, J. W. COOK la charge paint shop. In charge trimming shop. ner.. Mrs. M. V. Moore and little daughter, Archie Riuline, and Mrs. Geo. THOMAS Y. Alford left last Monday for Washington, D. 0., whero they will visit relatives. DANVILLE, KY., Builder and Dealer in All Kinds Mrs. Alford will visit her brother, Mr. Walter Bibb, wno lives in Philadelphia, of Carriages. before she returns home. Mr. B. Moore, RcpaHng a Specialty. Work dane and warranted to give satisfaction All work done when of Gatesville, Texas, nnd Mrs. Jennio F. remised. AH accounts due when work Montgomery, of Columbia, Ky., aro visit-iu- g E Your patronage solicited. 90 their brother, Dr. G. Moore, this place. Miss Jael Garner, of Crab Or: : chard, is visiting her brother Mr. Walter Garner. Mr. and Mrs. U. D. McOlure are visiting relatives at Crab Orcbard. HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. .Mies Maggie Tabler has returned from High Bridge, where Bbo has been visitOffers his services o the oeople o! West LinFull stock of Collins ing her aunt, Mrs. H. K. WInecott. Mr. coln and Casey Counties. cad Caskets always on hand. James McKinney went to Somerset last 05 D. a. Carpenter, Manager. week. Miss Dora Yokum is visiting CALL ON" relatives at Lexington. Mies Alice Gooch is visiting Mrs. James McKinney. Miss Amanda Bishop, of Hustonville, is visiting at her uncle's, Mr. F. M. Ware. Mrs. STANFORD, KY., J. T. Jones and her friend, Mrs. James Key Checks by Mail for only 35 Cents Pocket For Bteewe and Ker Checks, aietai x. becks of Totten. of Stanford, were visiting Mrs. til kinds, Badges, Dog License Checks, Key- James Gooch, mother of the former. Rings, Chains, Ac. Stamping on Metal and genoral repairing. Shop over M. 1). Elmore s store, Messrs. Bud Broaddus and Armp Broad-du- e S6 citanford, Ky. aro visiting Mrs. J. R. Rout, this place. Miss Emily Butt and Mr. J. T. 2P. 2L dtftb dtf EiX&3f Butt, of Clarksdale, Mississippi, are visiting Miss Jessie Brown. Miss Butt will & spend the summer in Kentucky. so-l- Wishes to thank hU friends and neighbors for ahnlrnntronaireand resuectfullv asks to be re memhered in the future. Mr Granville Hale; vmII be tound ready to servo you at any time to nice line o( Caskets, Coffins, Robes, la 3m from always on hand. SHAW, Isde-vcre- d. J. T. SUTTON, UNDERTAKER, P. G. BRADY, Bricklayer First-Clas- Stonecutter 9 Zm Stanford, Kentucky. . s Guarantees lar. Prices reasonable. t work In every particuHas had 13 years' cape BARKER HOUSE, J F. BARKER, Proprietor, Somerset, - - Kentucky. Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels and kidnejrs will find the true remedy Bitters. This medicine does not te lUsaodeled and refurnished throughout, Lart in Electric contains no nor other ad Coraroodloui Sample Rooms, Electric Bells. cant, and acts as a tonic whisky alterative. intoxibut and an It acts alalia and office connected by only on the stomache and bowels, adding strength 7 Crempt aud polite service to guests. and giTlnjf tone to tne organs, thereby aiding in the performance of the functions. ElecIs I can all the IHTaCO I will take in trade hides leathergel tric BittersOld an excellentit appetizer and aldsdi-gestJopeople find tor on just exactly what ther for cash or Ottas-Cvelneed. Price joe per battle at W. B. McRobsrts' enort days at Stanlord orat my home In drug store, Kns'Uu, Tanner. Cbas. sttm-luana-lu- re Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Day. A hurricane at Peneacola, Florida, wrecked several houses, swamped many vessels in the harbor and caused damage estimated at $250,000. Wires are prostrated aud details aro meager. No loss of life is reported. The school census shows that Kentucky has over 738,000 school children. e m . Old Pooplo. SlllJIuu, n. Lire Stork I'ointa. Readers should remember that for lato forage for sheep fall rapo is first class. Cattlo will also eat it readily and it makes excellent beef and milk. To start sheep and lambs that are to be fattened in early winter nothing is equal to it. Plant tho last days of July, on stabblu laud after tho othor crops have been cut. It may also bo sown in corn after tho last plowing is finished. Stubblo land is, however, better. By tho last of September tho rapo will bo from 1 to 2 feet high. Sheep may bo turned in upon it in September, pasturing carefully at first of course. When tho laud is clean, the seod may bo sown broadcast. With weedy laud, however, sow in drills or rows and clean out the woods between the rows. Rapo sown so lato as tho middlo of August has been known to mature in tho northwest At tho Texas experiment station an ingenious way has Iwen found to got rid of tho ticks which infest cattlo in tho southern states. A large tank Ls first built 21 feet long, 7 fiet deep and 4 feet wide at tho bottom. It is wider at tho top, so cattle may lo driven into it easily. Tho tank is filled nearly full of water. On top of tho water is poured about 100 gallons of cottonseed oil. This floats on top of tho water and covers it to tho depth of an inch. Tho tank Jb fixed in a trench dug in tho eartli. The ground slopes down to tho ttiuk at tho outranco, so as to mako an easy approach. It slopes gently up nt tho other end. A lot is fencod off around tho tank nnd gates lead into it. Tho cattlo aro driven into tho lot and thence ou into tho tank ono ut n time. They naturally swim to tho far ondof it. As they climb out their bodies become coated with tho cottoneed oil. This kills the ticks. Dipping two or threo times during a sum mer will keep tho animals rid of tho pests. Wo would like to seo spraying with a mixture of tho cottonseed oil tried, to ascertain whether that would not produco tho samo olTect. There is something stirring, thrilling oven, to tho eastern man in tho great flocks aud herds of livo stock that aro gathered nt the shipping points of tho west. Denver is a great distributing point for tho horses, cattle, hogs nnd sheep that aro sent from tho southward to the north to bo prepared for market or marketed directly. From Tucson, A. T., there wero recently at tho Denver stockyards 1,000 yearling steers aud as many from other points. To tho small eastern farmer who keeps a few cows and sells a steer or two from them the western yards and round ups givo tho impression of a sea of livo stock. In good weather always feed fattening oattle outdoors. Cut clover for tho silo Jus when you would cut It for bay. ly Present Attention of the public it invited 10 the far that this is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank are secured not only by the capital Allpersens desiring Locust Posts for pianV the fence, post and railing or wiie fmce, can hod stock, but by to stockholders' liability tor aa the stock, so that depositors ol Creek, on amount equal what they want at my store near Cedar this Institution are secured by a fund of 400,000. leading from Crab Orchard to Msnlord the pike rive sworn statements of theconditlon of the bank I ajso keep always on hand a good supply of plank are mads each yearto the United States governfor fencing. All kinds ot lumber lor building purshingles All persons de- ment and Its assets are etaramid at stated tines poses, also boards and siring any article ol this kind can call on in. at by government agents, thus securing addititoaa and perfect safety to depositors. my store near Cedar Creek 1 his institution, originally established as the O W MSOLETHS. jstf uoei6, Deposit Hank of Stanlord in tljS, then ii.d as the Nstional Hank ol Stanford In 1&3 and aa the Hirst National Umk ol again seVjrtStanlord in tiSt, has had practically an uninterday, Sept 7, and continue forty weeks. rupted oiistcnce of 1, years It is better supplied Before deciding to what school yeu will send now with lacllilles for transacting business prompt your daughters, be sure to scud (er our ly and liberally than ever before In its long and Oitnlojjuo. Address ON IMPROVED FARMS honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduMKb.NAN.VIKS SAVKLFY, ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic-ted 7tf Lady Principal per cent , semi an In Lincoln county, Ky,at6 The Directory ol this Hank is composed ol nual interest; no commission charged Address GEO W DAVY Room ;, Kenyon llullding, Forcstus Heid, Lincoln county; Louisville, Ky For blank applications and fur S. T. Hsrrit, Lincoln, ther information, Inquire ol J N Saunders, Att J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; torney, Stanlord, Ky. J. W Hayden, Stanford; S. II. llaughuian.1 Lincoln; J. b. Hocker, Stanford; W. A.Trlkble. Slaulord; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; NOW OPEN. T. P. Hill, Manford, Ky. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; Wagon MakM All kinds of Carriage, Engagements Give Prom ing and Repairing done.Huggy and walked over J. 8. Hock., President; J Miller, Mt.Vernon.Ky Vehicles and made good as new. A H Klnley has charge Joo. J. McRoberts, Cashier; ol the painting department and guarantees nis ise a epeculty ana lor can onA A Mekinney, Asst.Cashier work. h,BU'n.t ly Accounts due 1st of Female College. - nsroTicE Capital Stock Surplus 3100,000 - 23,700 -7 IS'w MONEY To LOAN CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS of Largest AttenNew Chefs. St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, g dance for Years. Horse-bhcein- New Music. Hew Ideas, iS em J II 1 H A. H MKRSHOr, GREER, KINLEY ",,.. Farmers Rank&Trnst OY Co r STANtORI), KV., and ready lor business with t WRITE FOR TERMS CUS HOFMANN, JStf Proprietor. THE RILEY - HOUSE Isnewfully.organired F. B. niL,BY. Proprietor, Paid up Capital of . - - London. rd. 77 - - Kentucky. Surplus, the public $200,000. 0,000. Linnietta Springs, Junction City, Kv. I have moved to my new Hotel and am bett iood Livery attached aud every convenience tiivc me a can. than ever to accommodate dr FRANK RILKV, J. W. llACCHMAr.. Opens Monday, July 6. New Management, M. S. llACCHMlN. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- raoraiBTOKS- Extensive Improvements, Excellent Appointments. LIVERY, FEED & SALE SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the ssmc. asseta and under ine same management. liy provisions of itschaitcr, depositors are as fully protected as am depositors in Nstional Hanks, its shareholders being held individually liaole to the eatcnt ol the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the amount invested In such shares. It may act as eiecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us while mnagini; the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanlord, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue, to transact their businesc with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' eipcnence it banking andas liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. 1 The most accessible Summer Resort in Ken. tucky. The greatest diversity ol Mineral Waters - to be found any when. White bulphur, DUck Sulphur, Chalybeate, Epsom, Magnesia, Salt, Alum, Ac, in an abundance. Hops every Friday call. Nothing give us li nlht Music by splendidof orchestra. Write for first-cla- you need livery will leavea our stable. Sec out us turnouts Circular and Analysis waters. Tabic first lor rates, In our Class. ss STABLE, Kentucky. Stanford, BLACKSMITH SHOP. J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; S. H. Shanks, htanford; DIHICtoks: J. 3$ B. OWENS & SON, Junction City, Ky. Will guarantee first-cla- J. B. HICCINS, DEALER IN COAL, Superior Plumbing! Stanford, Ky. Having gone back iuto the Coal trade I will be ?lsd to serve my old patrons and allnew?ones who inclined to deal with me, and by square dealing I hope to merit the patronage ot all. I will sell you coal at prices. Try our horse shoer. work and satifactory S. Owsley, Stanlord; J, Kmbry, Stanford; J. Ii Owsley, Sunlord; J V Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, MllledgevilU, W. II. Cummins, Preachers S. II Shanks, President Dr. J. H. Owsley, Cashier, W M. Brleht. T.IL, S J. ill. Bra workman of jjt sftfS saeWBaaafrfffrilMprnl jk forf tjsff53EssJL I Sclentlflo American Agency X4 YEARS EXPERIENCE Mllavisissa kseeeew' ROCK BOTTOM PRICES During the Summer, as low as you can buy it from the mines yourself, by the car, as follows, for Spot WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO Cash: A specialty. 8 Nut, delivered Cents NONE. Gilt edge reference In and out Pittsburg- Lump, delivered g Cents oi the State. Ask your Danville friends about my work. Jellico Lump, delivered u Cents sa Cents falls Branch Lump, delivered. Office, Mill St. and Railroad Crossing, opposite I. B.itlUOINS, Roller Alius. Stauicxd, ky 37 Clement House Building, Danville, Ky. Odorless Water Closets, Frost- Proof Water Pipes, Porcelain Bath Tubs las ssam w saaaaaaww OESIQM Tit An CAVayavt ST '"miVm St"".!?? ndbook writs to f,re0 av, ravr YORK. Oldest bureau for" st'curlnn pmenut In America. wken out xr u la W","1 a, the by notlco glvm f rvo of charge boforo In the "? """ COVVBinuTa sATsrtsT. uBva T. F. CLARKE. "?. circulation of any canee In (ha world. Bplendldlr lMustraUHl -- ..I .1 uau iiiuuiii auu Ithout It, WV Weekly, fi.1.8f)a t I inuninv. Buaiucaa, 3U1 Uruadway, StW York City. ."" 4t- "swasV-f-