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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896071701 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. Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxv. OAKKAJID COUNTY. Elder George Uowen arrived yesterBefore tho "dawn was gray" Monday morning, our Rental jailer, Thomas J. day aod will till his pulpit at tho ChrisBell, capturud Az Combest, at Dunnvlllo, tian church on Sunday morning. On Tuesday night some one enterod and carried him to tho authorities nt Columbia, where he was wanted for a cut- Mr. Milton E.liott, Jr's., room while .he ting and Bhootingallalr, in which ho wa was nsleep and stole 118 from him. The woundod about two weeks ago in Adair. thief has uot yet been discovered. l he Methodist sewing circle met Liberty will aoon be on a boom for a while. The Casey County Teachers j Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. B. F. Iustituto will be held here tho week, be- Walter. Tho Ivlles' aid society will meet ginning July 2rtb; then tho next week , with Mrs. Cyrus Eason. Mies Frances Collier entertained circuit court convenes, after which comes the fair; bo with audi a commotion, it Monday evening at her inviting home In fliems that this city ought to he infuped honor of a number of friends. Many j pleasant hours wero with consumed in social Casey county will have another fair t and musical way. this summer. The track has been let j -- Elder J. M. Boswell, of Kentucky and it is Hearing completion. The date i University, is engaged in a very interest. for the fair is Auk. 10, IK) aud 21. Fiom ingnndeuccessful revival at McCreary. the eilorts that it seems will be exerted it He is pronounced a forcible aud earnest seems that if effort amounts to anything expounder of biblical truths. It is something of a coincidence that that thin will he the best fair )at the two of the prayer meetings held Wed"State of Casey" has ever had. Monday, the prisoners in our new nesday evening had chosen such a simijail camo very near breaking out, John larity of questions for their themes. One Pitman, who is in for malicious cutting, was "la There a God?" and the other with others, broke the broom handle and "There Ih a God." It seems one was hut had pickod a hole almost thro' the brick an answer to the other. Mr Samuel 0. Hardin, of Clinton, wail when discovered. They were in a nice condition to escape nt night. Here- who is Bgain in the race for Congress from the 11th district, married Miss Mol-li- o after they will be locked in the cells. Mrs. Fanny Oabbell. who has been Johnston, of this place. As Mm, visiting Mrs. W. D. Stagg for some timet Hardin was horn and reared here it irf returned to Huatonvillu Monday. Mit but natural that her many Lancnster relAlicoC'abbell.of Huatonvllle. is visiting atives and friends hope with her that her friends nnd relatives at the Stagg Hotel. husband may be the winner. Died on Tuesday of consumption at Messrs. M. K ilumphroy and A. 1'. Young visited the 'VJ'ieou City of the her home a few miles of Lancaster in her West" with the excursion Sunday, and lr)th year, Mra. Bean Burnside. The fureturned Mouday night; they report an neral was preached Wednesday afterexcellent time, though from their ntny, it noon at the Christian church bv Elder Jeste Waldon. Thedeceiaed wus a memis thought that they posed as natural ber of that church Another homo 1b at the "Lagoon." changed o'er shadowed, another household deTho Liberty Tribune has hand; it did uot appear last week, and prived of h wife and mother's tender love will uot thie; hut it will arrive on time and guidance. Such is tho inevitable next week, und in the future it will try to decree of fate. The Pad news reached lien th. (lr make amends for its short comings hi the of the weok of the death of Mrs Uowen list few days. The bright, genial Phelps, its former editor, retired tho mother of tho esteemed pastor of tho with honor, and has returned to the 0 .rlstiau church at this place. She hud "pennyrile" regions of Rumfell county, been the victim for months of that rearound Kuji1I Springs, where it is lentless disease, consumption, and paes thought, n fair one draws him as a mag. O'i away nt her homo near Fnyettf vllle. net, and in his stend, in the editorial Tenn., In ull faith of a Christian's reMr. Gotten has the deep Bynrpa-thsanctum, reposes Mr. Elmer Brents, of ward of his many friends here, for his deAlbany, an experienced newapaprr man, and a bright luture Is predicted (or the votion to his aged mother has boon one of the prominent characteristics of lib Tribune under its eiliciont leadership. Since the "free silver crszi" swept upright life. There has been a' recent tumult in things at Chicago, the democratic part of our population, under tho valiant leader- this town, when people have sat in judgship of the Hon. George E. Stone, hnvo ment and rendered an adversH vuntirt . adjusted themselves for the occasion, and uu uuiununaie individual. A charican smile as pleasantly as Joe Blackburn, table few believe that this man is more aud say, "I told you so." Oh, well, it is slnued against than sinning. THe world the best for us. We are democrats still, ia so full of carping, criticising cliques nnd if the democracy says that we are who seek only the very slightest foundawrong on the great questions of the dayi tion on which to base nu evil report. It wenretrueto our time honored partr seems, as with David, that to posaeaa de and will stand by U It ia true from the signing enemies is au assurance of rightpresent standpoint, that we may be a eousness. And it is well to heed also good long distance from glory, but still the Psalmist's advice and to hesitate bewe intend to reach tho goal finally, by fore one dare "to touch the Lord's standing firmly by tho old democratic anointed," either in life or character. Miss Alice Moore, of Crab Oicnard, party In the days of its Bdversity, when who has been tho guest of Miss Myrtle it needs aurror. Wilds hero for several days, gave her KINGSVJLLE Lancaster friends quite a surprise TuesA few of our mojt industrious garday by getting married. Thut night fho deners are beginning to enjoy tho fruits eloped to Cincinnati with Mr. Charley of their labor in the luxury of ripe toma- Singleton, of Crab Orchard, where they . toes. t wero soon pronounced man and wife. Mr. E. H. Clifton ia repairing the Until about a year ago Miss Moore, to store-roorecently vnchted'.by Mr. J. L get her with her parent, wer? reeidentB Johnson and expects to move into it in oi i.rau urchnnl iiml it is thern the case short while. had ripened into one of love and Itwema Tho Chrutian Endeavor Society or that separation only added to tho intenganiz-- d hero by Mra. V. L. tlVaris, sity of it. Mr. Sinuleton aud wife will doing a large amount of Christian reside in Crab Orchard. Mv nmnv work, is quite a social addition. blessings attend them. Messrs. L Roberta aud G'ant Fonda, A telegram from Phoiix, Arizona, of Cincinnati, spent a few days here last bearing tho and information of tho death week with tho latter's father Miss Net- of Mrs. U. G. Farris was received hero tie Ball, of Lexington, arrivedlSunday to Tuesday nfternoon by Dr. Wm. Huffman. Dr. J L. Mc visit relatives and friends. Mrs. Farrie was his youngest daughter, Carty, of Williamsburg, on his return was born and roarod in Lancaster and from the dental college in Knoxvillei was a bright, musical woman. Death stopped over a few daysjwith his brother' is Bad nnd to tho bereaved W L. McCarty. Dr. B. F. Walter, the when it cornea in any manner, but for a was hero popular dentist of Lancaster, loved ono to be bo far away from home last week practicing his profession. Miss makes it doubly so. A husband nnd ono SallieShelton, of Borland, visited rela- child with other relntlvea are left to tives here last week. Miss Luelleu Fon- mourn over tho sudden death. This da, of SacuAntonlo, Tox., arrived a few makes the third death that has occurred Misa Belle days Bgo to visit her aunt, in the Lancaster families that left KenFonda. . tucky less than a year ago to make (heir IUtuun Visit. Dr. G. Goldstein, the home in Arizona. optic specialist, of LouIsvilte,F?y., is at Several families here are already the Myers House and will remain a few claiming relationship with the new presdays. Dr. Goldstelu Iibb been here be- idential nominee. From his roputed adfore and fitted manv of our best citizens mirable traits of mind and character he with glasses, and refers to thom as to his is no doubt akin to tho Garrard county skill as a practical and reputable opti- Jennings, those who trace their lincian. This is a golden lopportunity to eage to Sarah Edrington Jennings, tho have your eyes promptly auenueu io. 1st Duchess of Marlborough, and claim Glasses fitted to relieve headache also as their most noted scion, the late Duch-esneuralgia of the eyes and head now Lady Win. Beresford. . The Glassand examination froo. grandmother of Lady William was Lucy es ground in old frames. Dr. Goldstein Jonninga, who wub also grandmother ol is a graduate of New York School of Op- your humble correspondent. Your scribtics and standB at the head of his bler hao always felt pride in this branch He cornea highly recommond-e- d of ancestry, but she will have reason to by our neighboring towns. Call nnd feel doubly bo, when eho beara the same see him and have your oyeB attended to. middle name, "Jennings," as that of Wm. Oflke hours 10 to 3 daily. JenninRa Bryan, the aoon-t- o bo preaidont Steven-eo- n of the United Statea. The vice president and Mrs. Mra. Gov. Bradley and her attractare visiting their daughter, Mrs. M. ive daughter, Misa Christine. nr win, Bowling Green. D. Hardin, at ratrick Carney was kicked to death Lancaster relatlvea and friends. Mrs. jerome ituuie ana daughter, Misa Net ia Chicago by Jamea Wilaon. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 17. 1896. -- NO. 40 i LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. LANCASTER, tie, of Beuna ' , - ( ' , i 'mingling with his many friends. Mrs. George Denny ia with Mrs. John W. Bol-- I land, of Burnside. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Eison nnd baby, of Danvillo, have been visiting here. Mrs. Mattio Robson and little daughter, of Louisville, are visiting Mrs. Oiee Huffman. Miss Mary of Cincinnati, is visiting Garrard friends. Mr and Mrs A. H. Rice, Mrs. Louis Landram and Mips Marksbury are at Grab Orchard Springs. Mrs Elizabeth Simpson and Mien Mnttie Thompson have returned from a visit to MrB. John Bright near Stanford. Mips Nannie Eson, of Kansas, is with Mrs. Walter Etson. Mrs II. A. Rico and Mrs. El Price visited Stanford Wedtsday. f U3gs-dale, Vi9tH( here this week. TO THE DEMOCRATIC n ;.' r. rvnn r. v nn Vl Mrs. W. M. Boele. of New Orleans, ia VV visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wherritt. Anmmncrg hit Mr. Nattian Elliott, of Maytield, is here Sam itencfec I ohcritj. JVJAV fui' rrw r 1 VOTERS t. Lamtitlwy I Although I have great hesitation in announcing myself a candidate for the fllce of Sheriff of Lincoln county, thus early, I am compelled to do bo on account j of a report that ia being circulated that 1 will not become a candidate, which, if allowed to remain undisputed, ivould al low many of my frienJs to pledce themselves. While considering the advisability of making this race, I have found but one nrgument that is being circulated and pcattered broadcast among the voters concerning myself and that is that "the oillce has for Borne years past been held by my father and my uncle, Mr. New-land- ." FOR CASH ! There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in prices For tlie ZfcTezst Tlxirty ZDets, 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. rzmmzzmMmmM ......j W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. 4i w a HUBBLE. Dr Herring reports Mis. Ben Wil-msick of malarial fever. A good niBny stock hogs have changed hands here tho last few days at 3c. ot Ed Minor ia building a large tobacco barn. Wheat and onta crops are badly damaged. A protracted meeting will he held here, beginning next Sunday, by Bro. Grinstead, assisted by MieB Tuttle. Wm. Cook's mare got loose with a cart and ran from home to this place, where she was caught. The cart wes badly wrecked but no other damage was don. cur-loeitl- Lit-bu- rn j A lady's and gentleman's hats were found near here on tho piko Monday morning and the owners can get them by calling for them. It is supposed they came from n wreck. The Christian church committee is grateful to the good people who have done all the hauling for the church gratis and also to many others who have oilered to haul at the same price. The ladies of tho Christian church here will have a supper at Bright'a school home Thursday night, 23d, for the benefit of their new building. Admission 25c for all the meats, salads, ice cream, iVc , you can eat. Tho I J. and its force have an invitation from the good women y MORE NEWS NOTES. ........ i m ; be-sid- heart-rendin- g a, Con-Bultatl- pro-feeBi- --. v. v fvwwif v v v vv 4; The compulsory education law ia now in force. Etna Powers, who hae just died in Marshal county, aged 11, weighed 240 pounds. The labor of 400 convicts at Frankfort has been leased to the Mason A Foard Co. The British ship Curfew, from Dun.DEALERS IN. dee, hsa been lost in the Red Sea with all on board. ' i C01TUXS, Mrs. L. D. White, of Maryaville, O., X fell dead while sitting at the bedside fan Painters' Supplies aud Druggists' Sundries. ning her sick daughter. Under a decision of the Kansas supreme court, all divorces granted within the past 25 years are illegal. old farmHunter Robinson, Give us a call and be convinced. er, living near Plain City, 0., fell from a loud of hay nnd broko his neck. Alfred McCray, of Shelbyville, Ind., picked his grave, selected a burial outfit nnd then peacefully passed away. MA TRIM0NIAL MATTERS. An Anderson county, Ind., man Ed T. Foster, son of Mr. T. J. Fosturned over in a rocking chair and reter, of this place, wns married at Lexingceived injuries from which ha died. Metal Roofing, Miss Sellers, a Fayette Two men wero killed nnd three oth- ton yotterday to county belle. ers were seriously hurt by the collapsing F. M. Wyatt, 50, n wealthy farmer of a pw mill building in Lincoln county, residing at Mndisonville, eloped with W. Va. Miss Annn Trapp, 30, n niece of his wife. Tiib Louis Snidera' Sons Paper Co., " Shing: les, Etc. trouble, and a Wyatt has a wife and seven children, of Cincinnati, is again in several of tho latter grown. He took Iibb heon asked for by one of receiver of his ready away with him. C. tiie firm. Another of Crab Orchard's prettiest Addio Tillman, the eldest Mis got married. This daughter of Senator Tillman, was killed girls has gone and timo it ia Mies Alice Moore, a lovely little by lightning on a mountain near beauty. She was visiting Mra. G. T. FarN. 0. Lancaster, from which place she Some rascal throw dynamite into the ris at eloped with Mr. Charles Singleton, a wormain water Bupply at Tatham Springs of this county, to Cinnnd the pipes were torn up for n consid- thy young tnan cinnati and became his wife. The groom erable distauce. Eight iumatea of the city infirmary is to be congratulated on winning such a and may both be very happy. THE CHAS. WHEELER EMPORIUM invites you to be present nt Cincinnati have died as a result of eat- prize on the Special Sale Days, on TUESDAY AND SATURDAY ing green apple pies and drinking A A Xkw Dki'artkre in Excursions. of each week, beginning JUNE 23, and continuing until further noon the fourth. now departure in excursions will be Enough morphine to kill several made Saturday, the 25th. in the shape of tice. Come early and avoid the rush. hundred men was found on Dr. Massle'a a special train to High Bridge from person when ho was placod in the Somerset and nil points North. Arriving at High Bridge, the excursionists Mr. Bland has written for publicawill find the handsome steamer Burnside line of Millinery Reduced One Half. tion a letter stating that under no A Clean and in waiting to make n sir hour run down will ho be a caudidnto for the famous liver to Frankfort, where a A Large Stock of Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and Chilgovernor of Missouri, stop will be made until evening to per- dren's Wear, and in our prices we have no competition. Asa result of the overproduction mit the excursionists to visit the State Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes of Swell Styles and on lasts the textile manufacturers of tho South House, Pdnltentiary, etc. The excursion- from A to EE. have agreed to stop 1,923,000 spindles ists will be brought home in the early We lead with the SMITH & STOUGHTON and ROCKLAND for from 30 to 00 days. evening via tho Kentucky Midland Rail- fines for men and boys. Two prominent merchants of Akron, way and the Q. A O. route. The rate iB O., committed euicido within less than only $2 covering the whole round trip, an hour. Ono tried tho hempen route boat ride and trains, from points beand tho other jumped into the canal. tween Somerset and Junction City. From The Big Four excursion to Niagara points between Junction City and Bur-gi- n will be ladened with the Rarest Bargains from day to day, and Falls and Toronto, July 23, will be of the the rato la f 1.50. See bills and ask Which if your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. usual excellent quality which thia line agents for particulars. has given its patrons in former years. W. O. RiNGARSON, G. P. A., Oincinca Pittsburg and Allgheny were visited tl.O. MATTING AND OIL CLOTH. by a cloudburat early Tuesday evening. A crank named Francois created The great damage and destruction of consternation at Paria Tuesday by firing Coffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice property will approximate $1,000,000. Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. two shots at President Faure. InvestiMary Snodgraea, a disreputable wogoods at iow prices. Canned Goods. We are yours for first-cla- ss gation proved that the cartridges he and man, formerly a resident of Pikeville, used were blank, and that the shooting Ky., was lynched nt Coeburn, Va., by a was the harmless work of a fanatic. She President Diaz, of Mexico, haa been mob, for the murder of her child. The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky. June i8,96. had been legally convicted of the crime. 75-ye- ar The opposition tells you this is running things in the family, and that I should therefore be put down. In answer to this I wish to remind the voters that one of the gentlemen who ia opposing me haa already been honored by them eight years as jailer of Lincoln county and was also a candidate for the office of sheriff at the last election. The other candidate is somewhat in my own condition when relatives are brought into consideration, as he for 1G years had in our county clerk's office a brother-in-laand a sister, who may be classed among the best and most efficient officers the county has ever had. No man will ever lift his voice to dondemn any official act of Col. John Blain or his excellent wife. It is not my object to say one word in derogation of either of them and I have nothing to say of them, save to remind my fellow voters that they were allowed to hold office free from opposition as long as they desired, and they deserved it. Then looking upon this race in the light of the facta presented and from a common senBOBtandpoint, I cin not see why lam less entitled to your considera tion than either of my opponents. Two of us have had relatives in ofllce, from whom neither of us lias reaped any benefit save for a Benson I was deputy, and acted in tho capacity of a hireling under my father the other hoving held office for eight years. It does seem they should not make this issue and I only mention it as it hae already been made as a mighty fight ngtinst my becoming a candidate. In presenting myself to the consideration of the public, I do not hesitate to point them to my past record as Deputy Sheriff, and as a citizen. I am now 24 years of age and feel that, Bhould I be honored by my fellowmen, that I understand the business, and promise you that I shall, at all times, conduct all business and entrusted to me in a businesa-likan honest way. I am at present engaged in a business that confines me a considerable portion of my time, nnd uhould I fail to see you in the canvass for the primary, I hope you will at least give me a consideration, aud no one shall he prouder of your support than myself. Sam W. Mknefee. e i SCHOOL BOOKS. We have just received our line of Si ! ,'' TABLETS & SCHOOL SUPPLIES. Remember we sell at the CSLowest Cash Prices I'cSD Everything in the Book Line. Come to uri-- i Don't forget the place. McROBERTS' DRUG STORE. 4 - tll'l,fMM'l'l Wt, tlxt ,trvmwrvrrrw,."fv rrrr-- v rvvxv-J t't-l- s u oc e: ss v l a 't i.i.i..i h - Bt.tH-.-.-- t wm I . I i 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. My Stock Must Be Reduced. My loss is your gain, and if you want GOODS CHEAPEN TKAXT You bought them before, now is your time. EVER A'. JU-S- m a Kt 1- f . .,--'- . . a; JAMES FRYE, Husto'nvillc. ft" '.AAAA; .1.4-- 1 --- W1'M''-,1,' --VV-tt... v CRAIG & HOCKER it i3ruqs, GKsTTvlcals, 0Lls, P It Pays to Deal with a Cash House. Doors, Sash and Blinds, - rrmm && 1 $5,-0- 00 !L SP A. SINE, Stanford, Ky. Vre-var- d, CASH CLEARANCE SALE lem-ad- e Frank-fortpenitentiar- GOODS CHEAPER THAN FREE SILVER Well-Selected kookOutforOur Centre Table! CARPETS. CHARLES WHEELER -- ..irOTfri .wnlmimi tV I! I M IK : UNMATCHABLE SPECIALS IN EVERY issue and must be bravely met by patriotic men in every party. Uanna may Come with the Cash and get Double Its Val-u- c e, dictate and McKinley may try to in Seasonable Merchandise. The reputation of our but the money question will not business, its most valuable possession and its Low Prices, TnAT the democratic party is split from down. It is bound to be the issue of stem to etern there can be no controverwhich is your guarantee of Square Dealing. Shrewd the campaign. A majority of the loading papers sion. buyers can compare the styles for styles and the quality While the papeis aro filled with notes in the East and some in the South repufor quality and find our prices on a general average from diate the Chicago ticket and platform, of life long democrats going over to the 25 to 50 per cent. Lower Than Elsewhere. Another week while hundreds of prominent democrats enemy, it is pleasant to observe that one all over the country assert that under no republican at least is coming over to tho Every Article Worth Double of Unequalcd Bargains. circumstances will they support them. other side. Judge A. A. Lewis, of Somthe Money. Read the list: They demand another convention, anoth- erset, a native of this county, and a lifeLadies' East Black Corsets 45c, worth 73c. er platform and a new ticket, but snch long republican, has renounced McKina course can only result in the election of ley and come out for Bryan and free siU Ladies' Summer Corsets 45c. McKinley, n result ten times worse than ver, and already the free Btlver element 10 yards of Zephyr Gingham, with 5 yards of Colored could possibly follow the election of Bry. of both parties is urging him to become Hamburg, all for 60c. ' an and Sewall. It is too late now to do a candidate for Congress against Mr. ch Wash Silk at 24c. anything, but enter protest. The silver-ite- s Colson. put the matter to the test before the Ladies' Side Combs 5c and 10c, worth 10c and 15c. It is now claimed that Blackburn people and carried their point. If the sought ed Ladies' White Handkerchiefs 5c;worth 10 the endorsement of Kentucky for sound money men had been as active president, simply to keep it from going Ladies' White Embroidered Handkerchiefs 10c, worth and as persistent, the result might have to Bland, against whom ho has a grievbeen otherwise. They were not, howev- ance. He had no hopes of the nominaLadies' Pure Silk Mitts !2c. er, and having been beaten, they should tion himself, but wanted to be in shape Ladies' Seamless Black and Tan Hose Sc. take their medicine. The right of the to use tho vote of his State to suit his majority to rule must be unquestioned, purposes. Josephua Orange Blossom Ladies' Ribbed Vests 5c. is if party organization remain fn tact. It indeed a great schemer and a great poliA Nice Bed Spread Only 75c. is too late now to fight over the question. tician, but no one has ever accused him Suspenders 10c, cheap at 20c. Men's Democrats left it to the Chicago conven- of being a statesman. Children's Sailor Hats 15c, worth 25c. tion to settle the matter and so far as wo are concerned we accept the arbitrament, Tns Louisville Commercial raises a Children's Fast Black Hose only 5c. with as good grace as we can command, howl because the sinking fund commisYard-Wi- de Bleached Domestic 5c. and shall submit to its decrees. sioners have made an advantageous con3 Spools O. N. T. Thread 10c. tract for the labor of 400 convicts, but the Working Shoes 94c, cheap atSi.25. Men's Extra-Go- od A note from Editor D. E. O'Sullivan, Times exposes tho cause of the display of the Critic, says that in view of the fact of indignation and chows the cat in the Men's Fine Shoes Si'oo. that all the democratic dailies in Louis- meal tub. One of the Commercial ownLadies' Oxfords .iSc to 51.50. ville, have repudiated the nominees of ers wanted.the contract himself. Ladies' Patent Tipped Button Shoes 9SC. the Chicago convention, arrangements Special Bargains in Men's and Boys' Clothing. POLITICAL POINTS. are being made to establish a two-cemorning daily to be called "The LouisMen's and Boys' 50c and 75c Straw Hats Now 39c. The Shelby Sentinal goes back on ville Democrat," which will advocate the Chicago ticket. free silver coinago at 16 to 1 and support Senator Teller makes no eflort to the nominees in National and State conceal the fact that he is for Bryan. The paper will be issued on or be-- t A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, Gov. Matthews announces his canfore Aug. 15 and be published by a stock didacy for the Senate against Voorheee. T. D. RANEY, Manager. company, and Mr. O'Sullivan requests Populism of South Dakota in State any free silver men, who desire to that Branch Stores: subscribe to the stock, will communicate Convention indorsed Bryan and Sewall. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg New Hampshire democrats will hold with him at once at Louisville. There An .VnWUni)Ht HiulmniL The Courier Journal had the busiCynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, will also be a weekly edition of the Dem- a State convention to determine what to do. Mr Newlywwt ratim homo Intoxlmtcrt. ness men of Louisville interviewed and ocrat which will be sold at ;1 a year. Mr. Elizabcthtown, Frankfort, Ky., It is thought likely that the populist of 225, 155 declared themselves against Ills wife win very inurli hUfckuil mid O'Sullivan is the right man to head such rvprom'hfully and Mauckport, Ind. an enterprise, having both experience State convention at Paducah will indorse the Chicago ticket, and 40 of the 155 said "I ik-- t (siw you thU way loforu." Bryan. they would vote for McKinley. Tho oth"Same wlz mo, iicmt Iuiw you tloublo and capacity, and can make the paper a Bryan had to be introduced to Sew ers said they would remain away from bvforv (nin to my arniHli lfo of you. " success if anybody can. Tcxim fcifur. all after the nominations had been com the polls. Thirty of the 235 were for the pleted at Chicago. The papers are saying all sorts of things At the KlrctriH-iitlnn-. ticket. They were silver democrats here The executive committee of the New tofore, forty ol tne JL'o were noncomabout Mr. Sewall, the Chicago nominee Unico Sheriff (to trembling prleomir) for vice president. One charge is that York State democracy met and repudiat- mittal, saying they were for gold and ti). Don't lut thi'in think you iiru nfmld to die. he is rich, as if that is a crime when the ed the Chicago platform. would wait awhile before deciding. The Prisoner (Indignantly) I'm not. Hut I - AT Down in Georgia there is a republi- paper says that the men were not selectmoney is obtained honestly. They also Wish you'd pvt It over. ThU vlvilr look eo can who offers to wager $10,000 that Mc- ed because of their ultra views. say be is a protectionist and a subsidist much like n dentist's. New York Sunday World. and that ho went to Chicago to work for Kinley iB the next president. The State Central committee met in It is probable that the campaign Lexington Wednesday, but did not make planks in the platform incorporating the A l'rrmtliiK KiiKngniiirnU policy, which, however, doesn't appear. headquarters of the National republican the sweeping changes in tho county He wiw well iiIkIi tvxluitisUtl, but with Cooking, They further assert that his son is a re- committee will be established at Chicago. committees predicted. Following Is the ImlomltubU) tvcoluMon us prvtisttl etnullly on. -- Senator Henry L. Martin, of WoodAnd Ranges for 30 days going at less publican, as if there were not black Stoves, Heating, list for this couuty as For ho know sho wax h C'htmiro girl and sheep in every family. But all the same ford county, and an intimate friend of than actual cost. Gasoline, llketl a hug lx'thT than a gvUly Utur. Crab Orchard, No. 1 J. E Carson; Mr. Sewall appears to be an honest sort Blackburn, has bolted the Chicago tick- No. 2, J. It. Edmiston. Stanford, No. 1, Now York Pros. of a business man, of good repute and of et. Henry Hester; No. 2, Richard G. DenNot t liirrtitkMi. Federal Judge Caldwell says the ac excellent standing in his neighborhood. ny; No. 3, Jefse O. Lynn; No. 4, Willis " Do you havou telephone In your Ixmnor" by the Chicago convention in tion taken "No I bomctimeri Iwvw to work .it Uui Barnett. Hustonvillo, No. 1, Jeete Kille; The name of bolter has always been nominating Bryan amounted to inspira- No. 2, F. E. Wright; No 3, Sitnuel M. ollliv at lilk'lit. and If I li.nl a phono at home my wife would ciill me up mry repugnant to us, consequently when we tion. Waynesburg, L. G. Good); threo mimitos to m If I uiksthuru" Owens. It is rumored in Washington that Highland, could not get what we wanted we acJ H. Carter; Kingsville, C. Record. cepted what the majority gave us. We President Cleveland will write a letter L. Hensley. There are only two changare not particularly struck on the Chica- expressing his opinion of the Chicago es, J. H. White and J. II. Moore being NKW A1)VKHT1HKHKNT go platform and would have preferred a convention. displaced. Has Come and Gone and A few of the country papers in this man who had kept in the middle of tho Hon. R. O. Warren is chairman of the democratic road and not made such a State declare against the Chicago ticket committee now, but no reference is mede silly assertion in Mississippi as Bryan but most of them will take their medito him and we suppose he holds on, at did, but both are infinitely better than cine like good boys. A great many have been due a long time. I shall make a greater ef-any rate he should. President M. E. Ingalle, of the Big the republican layout, and being a demThe inoet changes are in Jessamine so to save time and annoyance j fort than I have ever made to collect, ocrat, we are determined that no matter Four and C. it O. railway, and a strong and they were made against tho protests both to you nid to me I must ask that all those who owe me for ac what others may do, we will still serve democrat, repudiates the Chicago plat- of good democrats. the party, even if it has gotten into form and candidates. counts due, to settle at once. Interest added to all accounts due A Fayette county republican horsestrange hands. SOME WHAT LPGA L. last January. man bet a Clark county farmer i500 that James H. Moore, a prominent and TiiEitE may be some excuse for sound Kentucky would give McKinley 5,000 wealthy citizen of AnJerson county, is money democrats to refuse to support majority in November. dead. Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. few Bryan and Sewall, but how they can vote Salmon Chase, the father of the C. S. Mitchell, of NichoIaBvllle, in for McKinley and Hobart we can not Bee greenback movement in 1874, is pleased The money plank of the platform con- with the nomination of Bryan, and urgeo the first Kentuckian to name his baby after Wm. Jennings Bryan. structed for them, may suit their views, the populists to indorse him. The board of equalization has by but every other plank is absolutely and C. A. Walsh, of Iowa, has been made suit forced the city of Richmond to levy vilely opposed to democratic doctrine temporary secretary of the National to meet the expenses of tl e demoand viciously condemnatory of democratic committtee. Mr. Walsh was Bchools for this year. Bolt the Chicago Mr. Absolutely Puro. cratic performances. Boies' manager at Chicago. The blast furnaces of the Watts if you must, but for God's sake ticket News from the Ninth district at don't do anything bo suicidal as to vote Frankfort says J. B. Hiles, author of the Steel A Iron syndicate at Middlesboro A cream of tartar baking powclosed down Wednesday. The produc- der. Highest of all in leavening for ttio St. Lonis layout. We do not propose directly to make you a present, but compulsory education law, has won the tion of the plant greatly exceeded the strength. United StatesGov-eminen- t Latest if you need anything in our line, you can save enough' The Glasgow Times announces by au- democratic nomination for Congress. consumption. Report. Gen. Ketcham, the republican attoragain money by dealinrj with us to make yourself a nice presthority that Mr. J. B. Martin will Richard Q Davis, aged 87, died at for circuit clerk of Barren ney general of Indiana, figures that Bry- his borne in Boyle county, after a short ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. make the race ent. Come and see the many things we arc offering New York. county. Mr. Martin has filled the office an will carry 25 States with 233 votes and illness, leaving a widow but no children. T for 21 years and in sucb a manner as has McKinley the rest with 214. It takes 224 He was a wealthy farmer and had never COST.-XS- a made him invincible before the people. to nominate. day until a week been sick in bed for a S. A sound money committee of Illi- ago. He is one of the politest and cleverest of a candidate for Aisrstor of Lincoln coucty, and its nois, headed by Senator Palmer, and Ii men and if the Interior Journal At Speedwell, Madison county, ex- subject to the actios oi the democratic party. corps could deaden over the line and vote signed by 10 other prominent democrats, citement prevails over a dispute between a new convention and a demotwo school teachers, each of whom claiina for him, they would do so with delight. demands cratic ticket. DISSOLUTION. she was legally employed to teach the Five hundred women, who ought to same district. Mius Alama Scrivener At the time of its adoption, we gav htrftofore txiitlne between The the financial plank of the Chicago plat- have been at homo attending to their and Mies Jennie Evans are the contest tayne urtnerihlpDruggists, at Crab Orchard, hai I'ettui, and a synopsis of the other babies, callod on McKinley, Wednesday, ants. Monday morning Miss J'.vana was this day been ilittolved by mutual content. Parform in full ties owing thu Arm will please settle at once. planks. In this ieane we give the entire to congratulate him and bid him God at her post by Bunrise, and took chargd of KAYNE A PETTUS, Crab Orchard. document, which will be seen contains speed in his election. Where you can get the best value for your money. the school. Miss Scrivener soon came many new and startling utterances for From Geneva, Switzerland, Mr. WaN but was crowded out. Next morning democrats, besides the 10 to 1 demand. terson cabled to l'resident W. N. Halde-maMiss Scrivener arose earlier and took of the Courier Journal: "Another charge and is still at the helm. It is Oentralia Mr. Bryan In his speech at My entire line will be thrown wide open to the public. All I ask is ticket our only hope. No compromise feared that there may be tronble, as the will at the RumoII SpriDgs, iti Ilutsell county, said that those in favor of running this with dishonor. Stand Ky,, on a chance to show my goods, and that's no trouble, for firm." people aro taking Bides. government on the European plan If this last hope (that of a new 8, 1896, should goto the republican party. A I' ARM AND TRADE ITEMS. shall fail -i- the future has in Offer for sale about great many seem to be going that way store nothing better than a choice beLouis Walz bought of Nathan Bel Speak for themselves wherever they arc placed. Come in and see before the advice was vouchsafed. 200 Acres of Land, Including Rustween the two evils of McKinley and a den a few hogs at 2 Jc. my line before you buy. sell Springs, Gov. Hoadlkv, of Ohio, says he can Robber TariQ and Bryan and a DishonWell improved farm for sale. G B. Times will take to the Barnett, Hubble, Ky. Together with all the Household and Kitchen not stand Bryan and populism and will est Dollar-T- he furniture, upon a and 18 ,. w -- -. vote for McKinley. The governor al- vnnna anrl tnnnnn.nin ou t.it t Ravon d'Or, August Belmont's fa- - eiualinstallraenti. credit ot 6, is to settle months, u..i4KU.i.iC n. muiBcriminate This sale is the alof A. M. Vaughan, deed. and impartial warfare on both. Louie- - mous stallion, and aire of Tenny, died at ways had a leaning to republicanism, Undertaker, and dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, and ManH. H.DUN1MR, himself a democrat. ville Times. though he labeled I the xsureery stua, near j.exingion. Mauer Com'r Russell Circuit Court. ufacturer of Picture Frames, Stanford, Ky. SIX PAGES. Mark Ha.nna, who dictates what It is stated that Bryan will fire off shall say, wires the Cincinnati his oratory from tho end of a special Commercial-Tribun- e that the financial train at all the important points in the issue should not overshadow protection country, during the campaign. Stanford. Ky., - July 17, 1S'J6 in this campaign. T. 0 Piatt says it George Hemphill, of Williamsburg, will make itself the chief issue. 0. W. has been appointed by Secretary of State Fairbanks thinks that neither should be Finley to the desk in the corporation W. P. WALTON. neglected at the expense of tho other, department. The placo pays $1,200 a while Gov. Bradley says it is the chief year and hits been filled by a lady. Mc-Kinl- ey itMi-WEEh- U INTERiOHJOlJKNE John YonGrunegan sold to John S. Murphy, 28 stock bogs at 3c. T. A. Coulter bought of Berger A Gander 14 hogs at 3c. A good farm to rent in Boyle county to the right man for 3 to 5 years. In150-pou- Dn the List For Bite Week DE-partment. quire at this ollice. " exo-cut- nt con-test- a. Wo ore paying tho highest price for No. 1, good wheat. See us before yon The silver lenders aro preparing to sell. K. R. Noel A Son. make a desperate fight to carry Illinois Bronaugh & Herrln sold in Cincinfor Bryan, and to that und will pour nati a car-loa- d of slop cattle at 3c and a money into the State. It is said that lot of mountain lambs at 3 to 0.10. Gov. Altgeld has already been assured of A bay mare mule came to my farm about 15 days ngo. Owner can get her $100,000 from Colorado. Congressman Bailey, of Texas, who by calling at once. John Baughmnn, has been a candidate for and Stanford. was sure of success, hue suddenly anFarris A Hardin bought of Janus nounced his withdrawal. It is conjec- Meseer n pair of aged iuuIch for $150 and tured that tho platform and ticket put a pair of same of W. O. Myers (jt trie out at Chicago aro too populistic for him , same price. J. M. Coffey, of the Walnut Flat secOwing to adverse weather and other designed for tion, tells us that a field of millut ou his causes, the demonstrations Bryan at Centrulia und Salem, III., were farm has been almost entirely eaten up failures, but he made speeches all the by the army worm. Wileon Bros., of Cave City, have same, and while he presented nothing new, ho fired the audiences with his elo- added to their string of show horses a chestnut gelding by Kndor, out of a mnro quence. Hon. C. M. Clay writes to the Courier-- by Cabboll's Lexington, for which they Journal: "By all meaiiH we must paid $450. Ho is said to be a daisy. Short-hor- n Thirty-fou- r head of 1,4 have a sound money democratic ticket from Bourbon, III., were steers for the presidency. We can not afford to vote for McKinley and we owe it to marketed here on Wednesday of last This is about the highest our country to defeat the popalistic tick- week at et headed by Bryan. Wo must immedi- price paia here since last April. Chicaately go to work and keep up the organiz- go Breeder's Guz-tt- e. John F. Payne, of Fayette county, ed succession of true democratic prin had 79 acres of wheat that averaged 26 ciples. Harold K. Sewall, son of tho vice biiBbels to the acre. Part of it was old presidential nominee, who was codbuI to corn ground and this cut tho average Samoa, when President Cleveland fired down very much. The best of the land him for a democrat, has published the produced 35 bushels. He sold it at 52 J following card: The republicans of cents per bushel. George R. Davia sold to D. NPrew-it- t Maine have never failed to carry Maino 25 lnmbs at 4c and 15 yearling sheep at for their presidential ticket, and never will. My relationship to the democratic $1.50. Local buyers are otlering $3.75 nominee for vice president has never af- for "big" cattle. The market, it will fected my political action, nor will it thus bo seen, is badly off I). N Prewitt now. bought 97 fat hogs from Robert Evans, Mr. William Jennings Bryan, nomi Sam McDowell and John Harris at 3c nated for president of the United States aid shipped them to Cincinnati Monday. by a convention at Chicago, called by Vdvocate. authority of the democratic party, is repA Cruel ItMlnuittlou. resented as having the head of Webster, MUiGuihly Only think how much her the voice of Clay and ttie courage of hustwuul imit hiivi lovnl lior' 'Hutu's n Jackson, but that he does not drink, lovely Mk monument In tin Oniric of n We will wager a cigar liwirt and chew nor cuss. What U It jtimUt of Why, ltn that he does some cnesin', or gets Boine-bod- y iimrtlt, of ciuri, Mr Hjnlck. Whatever nro the n-- t of ymi men amhlng uUhiU to do it for him, before he completes the campaign. Frankfort Capital. New York Pros. 12-l- b. 22-in- Hem-Stitch- Silk-Finis- hed LOUISVILLE STORE. pw,.M.my AT YOUR PRICE. W. H. WEAREN & CO. Chi-ciir- o P?AL fci- I Your Account Remains Unpaid. I H. J. McROBERTS. a POWDER ar-A- FRANK GREEN W. P. "TATEI, Stanford. - 39-- IT PAYS TO BUY I n, ITotioo Sale of Land. 1 For The Next Thirty Days W. W. WITHERS, - con-ventio- f Saturday, August GOOD GOODS and LOW PRiCES te 1 H 1:1 J IB-- 3C- - ,? ;f,"."-';- ; 3 -- packing tomorrow. When you como to think tlio matter over, I'm sure you'll agree with mo." supjw'w wo must go," sho sighed. Stanford, Ky., - Juiv 17, 1896 "I "Ahl That's tho way to talk!" ho exclaimed as ho held Iter In his anna nnd kissed her. "Now you aro sensible. Now our lives will Iw saved. Now 1 will swing W. P. WALTON. tho mowing machine through tho waving grass to the notes of tho robin's song, whllo you mako soft soap In tho back yard and For Jucgt of tha Court cl Appeals, call tho gecMi. Mrs. Ilowser, I am tho happiest mnn In nil this state!" W. S. "I'crliaps wo shall tako comfort." "l'orliaps! There's no perhaps alwut It Of New C'Mtlc. &MI-WEEM- Y IHTERWRJOUKBIL CYCLINQ Tfaa A3 SHE 13 TAUGHT. -- THE- JUDGE PRIOR BUiJOLIC Mil. BOWSER HE LEASES A FARM AND DREAMS OF PURE OZONE. Ha Think That He Can Make a Cornfield Oat Up and Hump IUlt. but Mr. Itow-- r Tearfully DMlim That Ha la Not a Trua Farrnar. "Get rcndyl Puck up!" cxclnlmcd Mr. Downur rm ht nnlockixl tlio front door the othor overling nnd kicked hU lint cVmr In to the ilttlnK room. "Have you gouts entry'" giwjxl Mrs. him. Uowmr rm alio rninu forward to "Not If Uio court knows lifpM'UI What d'you think wo nro koIiik to dof How long will It Lnko to jmolc tin your furnltnrof " M. QCAD. "What on wrth I tho ninttor now?" thla jvijicrr "Wo nru jrolrm to inorol An lofalllbU IlrxMlrr. I hIkdixI It thU afternoon. Mrs. Hovraur, A negni was killed In Hall county reI 'vu dona tlio nlurjHS,t, cutcat and niont thlnjf you cvur know mo to da I'vo cently, anil ono of tlie "old time" darkles was summoned as rt witness before tho frtrm, mid wo tiiko jjofwxj-IoItvutcd Grvon wcvk nnd CJrvon tnow Into thta coroner's Jury. nort "Wluit do you know alwut tho killing?" llOUJO." asked tho coroner "Yon you don't toll mol" alioMUunmer-o"Well, uh, I des knowed hit wux gwino am ho danoixl nnmnd tho nnn. ter hapisn, dat's all'" "Don't II Think of It. Mrs. llowaar "How did you know it?" to few I, plowing nnd cow to milk, ho "How 1 knowed hit?" hoeing nnd imping fnnu milk, golden "Yes?" buttr, rmwly Lild ogg whuopwt" " my ol roost-como cloe ter do Slw grvw juilo nnd wtvtk Mid liiul to rUt do' Kao en crowed thrtsj times do day liofo' do down, nnd alio had nturvdat him fur 30 shuitln, en hit vux den 'bleegw ter ond whon ho nxkol. Atbtuta Ciustltutlon. "Well, why don't you Jump up nnd click your heels together? Think of your going Oilila Tito Or rat. out nt early down to feM tho hgtt tuid pet "I tll you, sir." wild the twlltlrlnn of tho lninlx nnd pull tho cult' mr.' TSilnk tho sllter sehool, "I'm it strong upholder of NtrawlMrrlc right off ournwtirlnm of the lflto I" inrvulow lurk, nppW, pear nod plums "Oh, well, thoM long odds pull out Yumt right nt onr own door1 Yum IntorruptiHl tho sjtort, "but Why, woman, I existed you'd fulnt nwny there's no money In sticking to 'em. As a you tho iiuwm" when I told general thlnt; I'd think better of a to 1 rt farm:" hn BhiC" Chicago Pujr, "So you're IcAttoil iw-u- t S ton-iilbl- bolp It. Ttuit's what wu go for, and as I outer tho kitchen with a tall of now milk In one hand and a calf In tho other you'll 1m thero In your whlto apron to greet me and call mo Fnruirr Joe." "What will you bring a oalf Into tho kltohon for?" sho asked. "Dooauso tluit's tho way fanners do. And we'll go out and nemtch tho pigs' lneks, and we'll get up at night to jump over tho currant bushes and pick straw-Iwrrleand we'll wander o'er tho barnyard whllo tho hush of midnight Is upon tho land. By tho great horn spoon, Mrs. Bowser, but wo'vo struck It, and you aro JUHt tlio nicest, swci'UMt little unman In ull this big world! Hay, como and give your old Bowwr a hug and a bin, and I'll go down and engage tho packers." Note L'nloss all signs fall, Mr. Dowser lias got Into something worse thnn a tienr trap, and oeu tho nuthor doesn't know how bo is going to get out. s, Wo'U tako dead loads of comfort. Wo can't o n d r luip-pen-l" I wlh ymi hadn't doim It'" xv lUtl tho Utxm from llowMir iv--i alio her cros. n "Ydu lo ohf WUh I luwln't proloruW, Mm. farm and jtmlunuvd Niout galloping o'er the tVwygnii., listening to tho bluebird nnd rolling down hill nrnong Mw dnUloi. Why, I can't unit for tho time to coma TV torOregg, whoenmo up on tbw cur with mo, w)-- It will pmlimg our live hy 1ft yettr. Yin get the puro . quill out then" no trnoku or dirt or You'll look like u lirldo lnMo of n month, nnd rut for tlio old limn well, ytn won't know mo nftor I'vo rlpnl up no ncro of rolll Wlmt'w tho inatb'r with jouJ" f tin-tier- lowly quurlcd "Of mrno I June, nnd next wro.k we'll "I Mn ulxl ag.u" In tho primary gnwle had ; dniwu tlio 4cturo of a man on tho bbick- - , loanl and U- - U4do It vllb a ruler In lwr hittid. "nils Is a rough sketch of man as we know hint, children." hho ssdd, "Isit Iw il was ni always thus. You will Ui (dmeil to I to lttirti that our aunt-torstand npright, and tUt an erect citrriitgu I wan sought etvn as lato its &0 or 00 jmom TIm) stir-pri.Hs tcher la 1030. ' laul Thero was a murmur of astonishment from too eldldren that rather angenol tho ttM?XT. saW. "I iwuro you It Is I for the colts, even for thoso 3 years old, and if a supply of this enn be had nt 20 csmts or leas per 100 ponnds, no moro economical food oould bo found nnd for part of the ration. If the milk is fed, tho Hnsred meal may bo left out of tho ration and tho bran aud oats retained in tho proportion of a pound of tho mlitnre to 0 pounds of tho milk for tho younger colt, tho proportion of Kit Was ItetaJnml. grain increasing as tho nniinuLs grow how thoclianjre," MVMhUMii Ptxrwiwtll Yer Vxiks older. Tlra ekimniilk would also bo a "WHI, for Inntnni, In liutkltur as si wo "Wlint'ii tho matter of our health?" dinviL S'powi wo luvl mighty Tmlo and fveblo Ilka "Matter of our htvilth humphl Ixk kin mndltT mr le.T of mvnlarin up, Uko ' Miss Inkhi Whlto No tvoirder when I splendid food for the inured whllo suckto gi to tho atertlon ling their fonl. In any case, especially at mo! I'vo Inst 20 oundsln tholactM-vetls 1twj dius vtmirt" Ctncluiuttl Ku-- tolo sr dot iMs Is do fust time I has been if all otbeT foods aro dry, roots aro exdays. I liavii iiIkIU AWcntanndndaycntiKli. cut In rf inrunfs. a Hirer. My luiiKN llrrr, kidneys and Kvm'rl ceedingly dosirable nH an occasional food, "Wlutt was lie mattorf" nro idmply tot(fliigon thevrniof tho Time l Halt. nnd to tho colts may bo fod daily with "I wits detained In do county Jntl." jrnivo. LooV In tho Kla. You are 3 eKOoUcut raralto. Country Gentleman. "Mr Starr," sold tho manivpT, "you Texas Slfur. yearn old, bat you look to Nt M IXctr mind nslUvely must quit letting If I didn't net you out of dwoll GnKK will that wImI " intioli on Still Snppreatlna' Crtine. Gool P4om For Western Lambs, town you'd collno within a fortnlKht." "Khl Wh?" twjil Umi tNtgllan. ExciUd Citizen Oflleer, I'vo Iwt been Daring tiio past throo months thoru "Then lin's an Idiot'" kImi oxclalmeil of It, lmt In held up! Tliero goes tlio rooundroi tliat "1'iTliaps Jim aro imtnAvitrc havo been shipped from Fort Collius "Youaiolutho Nxt of tutvlth and ro am tho third ait, whuro jmi should luttxicriwi, did It' I and tho lxy. Tlds having n farm U "Imnnd that noignborhood, oror tho Gulf Yegtls, I am etikMul,' oi ntsittl, I Klllrleiit lilloenun I'll 'tend to him ply another fiul of jinirs and tho mit iuii iuiiiAir'dr " Clnelnnntl Enquirer. Uno to Chicago In a mlmito I'mafNTnllttto rascal that's and Union Pnottlo main foolish thluy you over did." ridln his bUlcklo 'thout any lantern. Chi nnd OuttMMt, &60 carload of feed Iambi Do yeni know wluit you nro lVnl Modern Mrtttotlo. and eattkj, approximatoly vnluod at cago lieooru. myliiKi Mrs. Ilowhort And you want ino "Wo trleil to determine by Ndlot who Ehipiiug point at f 600, 000. TIiopo tho btrvetl Uid you wuit to to dlo on girl at tlio hotel. was tho oousistd lusgely of Now Mexico Tb WhUky Waa Too Stroo. Anl you wint Kach kisslisMt ioisilar as a vote, you and dlo In tho hou-wwas to count lambs that had Uwn fod in the neighour boy's liitolloct to t stiuiUl for tho know." borhood of Fort Coll in a These lttinbd wnnt of fresh nlrl I wouldn't liavo "How did It work?" when they reach Chloago aro considered you wouldn't havo U4loed Itl "Not at alL Tho girts ran In renters. " And you call It a fad, to boot!" tho prima und choiooerl meat that tho IVutk "ThliiKH will not go rljil't anl yon will packing honm pooplo can eeenre, and blnmo me," hho Hidd iw ho widked around Bollcltuo. they aro bought to go to the flno trado tho room. "William," sho mid, "will you do somethat is tho big hotels and roatauranta of "How can tblnjfi go wroiiKf" ho thing that Is for your own good?" tlio largo cirios of tho east, like Kow "And howconhl I blnmo you if "What is lr?" York, Boston and Washington. Theso thoy did? 1 haw uover blamed you alwut You t "I want you to giwj up smoking. bbbbbIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIB lambs command the highost prices, and iZ. tk anyttdtiK yot, and why bcjilii iktw? Come, are simply ruining our health itnd my tho reports show that they for weeks now, bo muulbla Hero U tno btvio duly laco eurtnlus." Washington Star. sljrnwi We nro koIiir. Yo vro nolng out havo brought tho highest prioos paid on tho market tho day they wero offered. Into tho ptiro oouo of tho country, Mr High Temperature. 'l r sffmlHaft 13owjor, to sleep and oat and put fat on our For oxnniple, and to givo somo identity "l'lrewr'Kddtlio steeplo, " It'o so hot torib Jot think of climbing treut, picking day I can hardly .itlck It out!" to this statemont, we qnoto from tho f" blackberries, feeding tho hens, stoidng "Ain't It?" sdd tlio Ull. "Hero I'vo salod made in ono week by ono firm : frogs nnd gathering young onions under been going around with my tonguo hang-luMonday, 668 head of 78 pound wooled tho light of tho silvery moon Tho crickets out all day!" Now York Pre lambs, at fo, 16 Blng you to tdoopand tho momlowlark will Tuewlay, 631 head of 87 pound wooled will wakon you In tho morulng. By Held Up. lambs, at $5. IS. George, but I cant wnltl" ChiWlieelcr I see by tho jvipers that a Wednesday, 483 head ot 82 pound "And tha lorwo Is really signed?" sho cago bicycler was held up by two mon. asked. lambs, at 5.15. Sprockot (feeling if tlte court plaster was "Thoro U Is. I tnko tlio farm for six in place on his face) I wUh to gracious It Thursday, 480 head of 70 pound months and ho takes tho houiie." wooled lambs, at $3. IS. hud been mo! Yonkers Statesman. uAnd you can't book out?" Friday, 399 head of 80 pound wooled 'Back out? What on earth do T want An Unkind Inference. lambs, at 4t. 15. Denver News. out If I to back out fort I couldn't back Hargreoves You follows aro always wantad fo. I'll have mon bcro to do tba talking about my drinking when half tho "Shure, Ot'vo been trying to shoulder Kansas baa produced the largest steer time I don't oven think of taking a drink. arms for 20 minutes, an Oi'm that wake on record, but it has been left for RobFerry Just tako It mechanically, eh? BMTIN QUAJ.H Ol can't Uftiuo musket off thogTOund." JOtTINQUANTlTyi ertson & Co. , Texas, to givo the world Truth. Cincinnati Enquirer. the biggost hog of modern timos a four Mora Probable. legged hog, that is. This remarkable Tbair Safety Assarad. Ho When I am married, I'll make a porker U 4 yrnrs old and weighs 1,430 Jennie Seo Why Vs It that society villains on tho stage always smoke cigarettes? practice of coming down to dinner orery pounds. That is good woight for a horse, W1UU WesUido Why, to protect thorn evening In n dress suit but tho owner, of tho hog thinks if he is She And after you've been married fed all ho will oat for somo time to como from tho rago of tho audience, to be aura WHITE'S awhile I've no doubt you'll com down to Buffalo Tl nii. his woight can bo increased to over a breakfast la one. Truth. ton 8, 300 pounds perhaps. That is as Cyalaal Dtaaaoala. A xnuoh a a big Shire or Clydesdale hone The Nw Waaaas Arooaad. "What aro symptoms?" SO YCAIII FOR Dls am a world, Dinah, weighs. Tho giant Texas pig U 4 Joet 1 Mr. Whitewash "Symptoms are what you have when Hsi lad all WORM lUmaMllM. inch high and is 6 feet around his body. rem think you ore atck and try to twll to Vrhar obory hen has to scratch fo' herself. (EVERY lUAMNTEEOJ Mrs. Whltowash Mcbbe, Sambo, bnt He is a powerful attraction at freak Jwpla who don't listen to you. " Chicago hens doan't had to scratch grub out ob a museums, along with tlte bearded lady IOL BY '4.KX BsXVaSTB. aooord. waahtub fo' their, roosters Naw York aud the fat man, although one would ilCHltDMHI BIKICIIS CO., IT. tOCII. Sunday World. think hogs were no uncommon sight. It-l- rob Knmlxd tuid ch1vi friitk und jJ thonuvlvcM iijiliut tho mil fcrMtMl Weil, you do lwt mol" "Mr. DowT, you uro no ftinnw," ho Kild as tio (fot Iter fclltupH imdi control. tho hoHhout4L "Oh, I innttor tlmi In no farmi'r? Why, I wivt sowing ajid plautliut axnl nikplivu l'icn tlrirt tKfth. No farmer, you had cnl oli? Don't you worry yoorlf that I can't f make a cornfield t?et up and htuup Mid that as If tcrowlnK for n prM Kvon If I I don't know tounn from wMn'tn farmer, couldn't I Uvm? llavon't I jrot tho tiflceiMary Mwdu-r- In my ImvmI to I am not bold a plow or hnndlo a KoltiK to tho country to oat Mill jiork tlirio tinuvi n day and put In 18 hour of hard work, bnt for the aako of our lionlth and Ilowcr oiur liven by 15ymr! Wlh you wiTou't Bolr.tr out lunoiut tint Mnls nnd bloMonm and t)iiiM nnd pure, hwi nlrl WUh you wviii liot RolliK to mi lninhkltui of tdl high "TIm' ixx-'- big tV) curtcs In tlioUtcks and the extremely oikI itniui were pntctlrally ynrH ago. Wo lutto nuxlo won- lnd it)K slrv iMvoitlful allutely true," sho nn-ktto- derful Vim. pixign then." Chicago Why He vi per rhject-l- . "Whatdojon nuittt," s.ild tlm summer hotel num. "by publishing In your news-- 1 to get angry about," was Uhi rily "I thought It would ! a h4mxU1 aivextbxsnect for you." "An ixlvrrtbsmwsitJ Notldng if tho strong kind! Quito tho nwitmrj" point Is tliot wo kivp a strictly tempornnoi) renurc " WajJiuigtojt rUir. Lotfts, Bar Wbtsl and WM petx Wbea 8 ha rirst KliHa Atoaw. Ho gtiorttlly tenches her. It appears to hbn a capital Idea, as lielng likely to afford unlimited issirtnnlty for and metaphorical. And sho raoolvw tho suggestion with unfeigned delight, having already made private attwmprs to subdue tho Inherent vbw of h stuod, both nlono In tho back garden and, supported by her brother, in tho qnletost sldo rtrcct Bu4 In tho ono caio tho jiroeuntble. has dtMnollshed tlte adjacent box borders, furiously attacked tho fruit trees and bitten her shins nnd onklos whllo la tho other Jack lias porslstuntly Knd crually lot go lier waist nt nil thoso crudal jnoniesits whoti mmmon humanity would bant that ho should hold on Ilka a steam cntiw. " His" proiwsjil ajnies In tUoo to savo her from despair, and sho arrnngos a meeting plaoo as far from tho haunts of men irt tho machinations of bor mother and tho hnslneas hours of "ho" will allow. Then they prooeed to business, no pats tho sadnlo up to Its proper height, and sho makes him lower It again, lieoansw, sho says, It reduces tho danger nnd ma he her feel hnppler. Then ho holds tho machine with agrimllniincssund dcolslon meant to slmw It lias met lt mastor, whllo sho puU her high heeled shoo on tho frame, serav00 off it good bit of enamel nnd scrambles Into the smldlo. Afterward sho catches bold of him with both liands nnd entreat him not U lot tho horrid thing mora Ho asks her mildly but firmly what sho thinks aha has come out for and begins to wheel It down tho road. Sho hold the haudlo Ixtr with ono lutud and clutched licr lover by tho scruff of tlto nock with tlto oWier, so that lto silently curses stlok up collars In his secret soul it ml wonders why It Is no mnn can go spooning In Ida ovoryuay clothes. By and by slie gently but Ibrmly boros him off tlio crown of Uto road Into tho gut ter, until his log scrape against tho curb. Then ono of tho pedals oatoluxi him In tho calf and caitMjs him smUleuly to alt dowu on tho edge of tlio footpath wtth tho bicycle In hLs lap and tho girl in tho lap of tho bicycle. After Iw has explained that It was nil his fault and sho has forgiven him they go on again. Now sho Is beginning to gain confidence, and she makes lujii trot smnrt-l- y iwslilo her for half it mllo or so, ovory now and then lending tho whole forues of his manly framo to keep lier from climbing tn-- or removing such of her neighbors' Linduutrk'4 as may Ho hnndy in tho ehapo of walls nnd gates. Tlten they como on n little lo;1el nml hho kicks tlio blcyclo otrr In ht;r etforts to rlilo up. Ho asks her If It Isn't givtrvd too high, and slu) wtys no; slie lowenl It herself with a monkey pux-tlor Hometldng of tliat hort, as noon as It arrived and liau'tallowul It to bu raised hliuiv. Ami he sighs, but mij-- notldng. 'llicii rJte UUls him he can take his hand off tho liar awl oitlf luM tho suddla, and ho deM so and says nothing about tlio ttx-- Uiat tlio KuUlle springs pinch ont of Ida tlngura. And theiitfur corner a great display of KklH and oounvfs nnd tiM U to order him to run Wado with urms (sitK)iMiul like tho wings of u guardian aiurel itnd not Ui tisuch her at all. And tills lie dous until his wind gives out, whon he soutd IdntMtlf on a rusno Ninon blossoming with uurwuutlds niul lablos and sued ur wnbblo away Into tho dim And tU then she looks nsldo (since Aho citnnut loub orunnd) and adls tiion his name aud knows Utat lio is no lorojur uin Attd t4u Uts o tho handles In a pitnio erf torror and tho madctauds up itntl hits her tai the luynl, while the bUiyvle down on her and trtcn to kick Iter and roll otw her. Bnt Ivi couu-v- up In tlnto to sore b from lafucy, and ns bo wipes tho die oT litr dreas Iw rolls h'r tho victory Is hern ut hwJi, for sho has ridden alone. Uu-a-tce, ll-clo sug-geMth dls-tam- vt State College of Kentucky Opens Soptember 10, 1896.. --- . Inslruction is provided in Agriculture, Horticulture, Mechanical Engineering, J rev . ,; . ,. ;, Civil Engineering, Classics, Normal School Work and in three Scientific Courses of PA.ANK Pf.AMS 3ARN. Study, viz: Chetnicnl, Biological nnd Mathematical. Tbta BtrUt DiMruMl to FuavnttHla the Mor-ti- a County appointees receive tuition, matriculation, room rent, fuel and lights free. and Tatiitu Type. County appointees who remain ten consecutive months or one year also receive travTho plank frame barn is bocotniuK eling expenses. Ilonrd in Dormitory 52 25 per week; in private families $2 to $4. moro anil morn popular. Mr. John L. For catalogues nnd other information, addres3 Bhawvor giro in Tl Boral Now Yorkor JAMES K. PATTERSON. I'h D , LL. D., President, Lexington, Ky. an lllnstnttlon and desoription of ono of them dosiruble now barna as follows: Tho engraving Is made from a photo graph allowing a comploto burn, 40 by 00 feot, with 20 foot posts on n 0 foot basement. Note how thoroughly it is braced, and in the porfoct Fjstem of bracing lias tho strength of any fruuia Evidoutly tho plunk framo will the mortlw and tenon frunio for barns jnst as suruly ns tho balloon framo gujwrsodod Ui solid framo houso a qiuirter of n century ago. Tho cheap- -r -I . tMMMMWWWWWam II the iTwi&KJiiM IS Bent I aaaaaaaaaaWaaaU W E Ww tW Jal iK PLANE JTUME HAS EUKVT nARK. of tlie system, comblnod with its rrapsrior atrtugth and convonienoo, it to overy fanner. Tiiobasemont nuty also be made of plank, nt a groat Baring in time and labor, though thero is not tho samo saving in timber. Tho illustration shows an olevnted hay bay nt tho right hand ond, which admits of n plaoo for a granary or for machinery, or, in a ground barn, for n Htablo. Dnckn aro also represented over tho drivownrs, which admit of tho best plaoo for out, bran und meal bins, out of tlw way, but Fpoutod down to tho foeding rooms bolow. neHH oom-men- so the tree will grow. The early lessons of childhood leave a lasting impression. As the home is the true sphere of woman, she cannot beein too voune to acquire the art of taking care of it One of the most helpful If lessons sue can learn is tnat CLAIRETTE SOAP is not only the most efficient means of keeping things clean, but the most economical as well. Whether used for washing clothes or cleaning house it proves its worth beyond question. It's never too late for a woman to learn the Clairette lesson. Sold everywhere. Made only by !l-- s nljt" "lit'n Ut. t tv-tr- WelU Wanted nim to Thuro was moch slokncMS In tlio house, and Ksttle,ln her evening pntyi, commanded oitch invalid by name to tho caro of tho Doity. Thon, after giving souio particulars regttrdlng indlriduol Bymptoms, slie wound up wlt.lt: "Atvl pWse, dear God, tako good caro ' A Thaokrol SoaL of yourwJf, for if you should get Blck what I'crry 1'ntettlo Tlio Ionl Is purty good wtiuUl heooiis) of us?" Nctv York Sunday World. to tho human rrv, own you and mo. Waywtmi Wutoon Itl like fer to know j iU "I tlio statement tluvt a iKnir nry placer" p stvpetit wets Chicago Tttues-Oerul- Feed of Mar and Foala. Tbcro is no batter collection of foods for both tho brood mares und tho colts than roottt, oau, wheat bran and middlings, linseM inwtl, Bkimruilk, though othr lnatoriuls, tmch as barley, corn to a limited oxtent, malt sprouts and othor byproducts may bo ood. A grain mixture consisting of four parts ground oats, four parts whont bran or middlings (not tho fluent), and ono part linseed ital will do till that nuy mixture will in promoting tho kind of growth that is desired. In tho owe of the maroa, tho quantity of grain ration that shoukl bo fed so rattrh npon eoudltion such in eit, tho qaautity of work, whothor in gesrarion or inoUling tno foal that wo aro mini it will b moro eonslblo for a praotioxl fweter to govern tho ration by his pernonal obarvatiou than by any arbitrary rale which wo might vontaro tO rJQggMt. UibttiQQ4tiUUiti& H G RUPLEY THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, St. Louis. HIE MERGHANT -- TAILOR Is Receiving his- - IFMING AND) SUMMER Stock. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. dont Kei anj-thhj- g Kp Skimmilk would bo a food par excel-lono- o ' w m. fli . m $KGeninG$ 5 Bushels No. 1 .. & goal, fffr J i w w Wheat Screenings A Splendid lot of 2fc J -s I ;! For One Cellar, If taken by July ioth. n 1 I j ! yir a I Threshing Coal at 9c I J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO., I Per Bushel. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Stanford, Kentucky. i ii vy ! rill "W-wlw- tl ool-laps- o ship-uient- a l This la tho best mnrkct and ours Is tho best houso to ship to. Wo mako liberal ad vnncca on consignment. Ilcsldcs wo havo bettor facilities than other houses in having mny largo factories to supply. Wo get yon tho top prlco and pay spot cash; not In trade Ko traveling agents. 8hlp all your wool and fana produce direct to HBRNDON-CARTE- R WOOL. WOOL. 110 Third Street, or 813 to 319 2Carr.ll Court, CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Thoroughbred Duroc-Jeriey THK BLUK-GIIAS- S HERD OP -- RED HOGS. Correspondence solicited) Address Crab Orchird, jruranteed. My Brcederi were tMrctcd from th but herdi of tbii fimouf breed of iwlnt In several different State. A ipltntlid lot ol plji of dinorent tgt t r tile. Bred iow a ipeclaltv. Satufactloa BBaaaaaaaaaaaB-- - g R. H. BRONAUGH, THE. I Queen &Cresceni reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed Chattathrough trains. Day Coathes and Sleeping Cars throogh nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville, inrougu sleeping - ar 10 xw.uuxvuic, nui cjinugj and Asheville ; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mtmroe and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles ana San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, ria New Orleans or via Shreveport. ! Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati aS1l JalvFree Parlor with every accommodation to patrons. Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. W. C. Blnearaon, Chaa.'W. Zell, O. P.J.., CinciniuUi, 0. Mv. Pou'r Agi., Cincinnati 0. - CREii VERMIFUGE! lOnU 1 IT t -E. LLZ33ESv 3T: mnug ,'r'.'-h- xmBssjf..m,vr- mi mlnuitMthUUmmm mwrwanm'tm a...immni rn'mf thmjm Semi-Week- ly Interior Journe She A POSTER ROMANCE. Stanford, Kt., July 17, 1896 E. C. Walton, Business Manager. QUEEN AND CRESCENT. Low rates will be mndo for ronnd trip tickets via the Qaeen fc Oreecent Route, for the oIlowinR occasions: riattsbiUR, X. Y., Catholic Summer School, July 5 to Sept. 1. Detroit, Mich., Ancient Order Hiber- nians, July Milwaukee, Wia., 14-2- 1. B. Y. P. U. MeetinR July 16-1- 9. Bcreoth a poaUs tnxs ; A pester background, riggltxl dowa Ink a paster son. I rnnMred pa pooier nolle And said, "Ob. queervnt la If yoa decide It worth yvar vrhlkj, Oct truth hll coins to pasdt" 6be rtevrnd me. uitfa a ptwtw frown And cried, "It cuaaot bn; Ton haro no vrolrd, cruUMjoo rvnowm( Too plain yoa am for ine." I wildly rtaabed upon my wheel ; I scorch od It horw and there. Collided, spilled, and. with a uquved, I btxird my garrnouU Wtr. All mud and blood and rag I ride To her who did mo fling: Sho drooptxl tipon my neok and Flgbod, "Ah, now you'ru just th thlugl" Chicago Uwoord. pod wlt&ln a pew tor gown again at tho bundle and wonder what IN POSSESSION. It was it wm dusk, you know and thou to node that the bundle moved. "Wherrfora I concluded M was a "TThat outrageous conduct 1" exclaimwoman, probably a Mestioan. It vnut a ed Mm Holding, gazing at her daughwoman, or a very ywang girl, rather, ter with wide open pyea. and aecMrtsje--ftMegJoa- n too. "Very extraordinary I" agreed Ethel jn fM twilight, I could aoe tout, for her Hfwt gleamad in tho dark rw on- "I uvver heard of such n tiling in my ly a pair of Mexican ores can gleam, life I' and tfcure wu an Ujd brif)htuew, for "I should hope not!" returned Mrs. tho eye war we with .tear. How do Fielding. "What would your poor, dear I know? I rtiiaoartd and foand out, father have said if, during hi lifetime, of counw. It ian't Ukel I ww going to n young man had como to proixw for eoo po hnuih'Thl letter, too, was nddressed to that low plice, Friar's Court, TempK So, by tho time Diek had been located W, S. BXJR.OH, Attorney at Pleasant View seven days ho was quite on friendly nay, intimate terms with his hostess and her daughter. Every morning when he met tho latter at the breakfast table, seizing nu opior-tunitof course when Mrs. Fielding was not present, ho had asked, "Well?" and Ethel had shaken her hood very determinedly and mndo tho most of the exceedingly dimpled chin, which only of Mr. Wuttr-bury'represented During the whole of that week Diek had never 01100 been out. The kitchen commented severely 011 this iKiint It savored more of tho "man in than anythiug else ho had done. "He's been sent, nnd he's got to stop, "was cook's verdict "And is makiug tho best of a bad job by treating him iw a gentleman gue.st. I'vo tilwuys understood that the KXir master left her comf'ublo oil, and I can't understand how she's lost her money. I supioso it's n mino or something. Thank goodness I'vo got all my little savings wrapped up in u stocking and locked in my Uixl" Seven days had gone tho seventh night hud come, iuuI still Ethel remained obdnrnte. Hut she paid, her mother noticed, considerable attention to her toilet and wore her prettiest dresses. y one-third s. " Stanford, - at Law, . Kentucky. OSJesen Laocatter Street, oppoilte th Court Home. Collections recm csptclal attention. 85 Q. & G. to Latonia, 1 J fare for round trip from Somerset and other points HIS SPANISH GIRL. ti m lJ . t I wondered why Barry should bo sitting alouo in tlio gardtm at 10 o'clock on n fino midwinter niht. Aa I remembered him, ho had boon a socinblo tort Circle Excubbion. Write C. D. general passenger agent Kentucky of fellow, fond of gayety and pretty Midland, Frankfort for information re- girls, and thero was n cotillon going garding the steamboat excursions from on indoors in tho ballroom. Iwoudorod, too, whoro High Bridge or Shakertown to Frank- mo ho was hU wifo was, for bo hud told married. fort. Arrangements are completed, for It was six yours since I had last non handling large excursion parties by rail him. Wo hod been boys together, jast to High Bridge, thence Kentucky river out of college, and I had visitod him steamer "Burnside" to Frankfort, and for a Kuiruuer in tho southern part of home again by rail. There is no more tho state, whero his homo had always bees and where his family wan one of delightful excursion than this trip. tho few "old" ones which ooald rightFrank Osborn, aged 72, was married ly lay claim to gentility' of othe- - than at Philadelphia to Mies Bailie Welch just mushroom growth. After that visit I had gouo book to Bweet 16. Franpersons were killed and 13 in. Son Francisco and to a truly Ban Five cisco system of work, with the result jured in a wreck on the Wieconsin Cen-tr- that my health and spirits had steadily railroad, near Chicago. decreased, and at tho end of these half John S. Tamer, who killed his broth- dozen years I was obliged to ooino south er, Green Turner, near Middleabpro, a for a long rest I had chosen this delightful and few weeks ago, baa been discharged. The Register nay that Robert Potts, quiet hotel Ln tho hope that I might not W. North. ,0. 0. RixiARSi.f, G. P. A., Oincinna Ber-ca- w, al of Madison, having failed in his experi- mental o'posaum farm, has received a car load of white rabbits from Australia and will open a ranch on bis farm to raise the little fellows. m Bucklln'a Arnica Salve The best ale. in the wotld for cuti, brn!ies tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap- hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. t positively cure piles, or no pay repuired. It is Iuaranteed to Eire periect satisfaction or money refunded. Price, aj cents per box. For tala by W. U. McRoberts druggist. m It May Do as Much for You Vi Mr. Fred Miller ol Irvine, 111. writes that h had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, with severe pains in his back and also that his bladder was affected. He tried many S9 called Kidnei curea but without any good result. About a year ago he began use ol Electric Bitters and found relief atone. Electric Bitters is especially adapted to cure of all Kidney and Liver troubles and often gives almost instant relief. One trial will provo our statement. Price only joe. lor arge bottles. At W. B. MeRoberta' Drug Store. James L, Francis, Alderman, Chicago, says: "I regard Dr. King's New Discovery as an ideal panacea for coughs, colds and lung complaints, having used It in my family lor the last five years to the exclusion of physicians' prescriptions or ether preparations." Rev. John Burgess( Keokuk, Iowa, writes: "1 have been a minister or the Methodist Episcopal church lor jo years of more and have never found anything so beneficial or that gave me such speedy relief as Dr. King's New Discovery.'' Try this Ideal cough remedy. Trial bottles free at YV. B. McRobert's ug store. The Ideal Panacea. Benjamin Parnell, of Lewis county, excitement at Portsmouth, 0., by proclaiming himself Christ and preaching from the subject "People are not intended for kindling wood for is creating some bell." Mrs. Rhodie Noah, of this place, was taken in the night with cramping pains, and the neat day diarrhoea set in. She took a half bottle cl blackberry cordial, but got no reliel. She then sent to me to see if I had anything that would help her. CholeI sent her a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,dose ra and Diarrhoea Remedy and the first her. Another oi our neighbors had been sick lor about a week and had tried different remedies for diarrhoea, but kept getting worse. I sent him this same remedy. Only lour dose were required to cure him. He says he owes his recovery Mary Sibley, to tbis wonderful remedy.-M- rs. Sidney, Mich. For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. with a severe Last summer one of onr grand children was sick bowel trouble. Our doctor's remo-di- e " Vee ; 1mj dauoea. ' ' had failed, then we tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cnolera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which gave very "Oh I" I said, and fofliing allppery apeedy reliel. We regard it as the best medicine "Came ground, procwedwl to avoid ever put on the market lor bowel complaints. Mrs. E. G. Gregory, Frederickstown, Mo. This down from town tonight wtih tho par certainly is the best medicine ever put on the ty, didn't you?" I asked. market lei dysentery, summer complaint, colic sdq cnoicrs miimuui in uuiuicu. .. uc.t. "Yob."' to give prompt relief when used in a reasonable "Hoaps cf pretty wonvou." time and the plain printed directions are followed Many mothers have expressed their sincere grati"Do yon thiuk so? I admire your tude for the cures it has effected. northern women more. Thoy havo moro For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. oarly, have my peaoo disturbed hjr any of my numerous aoqaaintanoori, but hero, the first thing, came down upou us in our retreat a crowd of wordliugsfrom town, bent on dancing h cotillon. Barry had como with thorn. Why, thwj, I repeated, was ho not iu tho ballroom, and where was hifi wifo? Purhapn sho did not danoo. But,' in that ctwe, why waai either of them with tho frivoloui party that was turning our secluded spot into bedlam? For a moment longer I let my gsu follow a girl in whito ntiu, who hod fascinated me, Sho was Yfry young and brilliant and erect, with tho faco a painter would have chosen for Olym-pia'fwreathod iu vine and sorpeuU. A high, nuuaturully white foreho&d, with very black and very straight, thin brows, eyen long and ila4hiugund cruel, a largo noeo, suggestive of tko Hebrow, thin, red lips, continually ported iu a wild Port of sinilo ovnr wonderful teeth ; a brilliant color, a long face, black hair, parted and twined low on ono of tho most columnar necks I had ervr coon. It wan not a beautiful faco. In repore it woa far from beautiful, but it was rarely iu repose, and her laugh was the most bewilduring thing imaginable. If sho bad beea the heroine of a romance, men would hare loved and hated he to tho extent ol tho shedding of u great deal of blood, but in lifo today it is hard cash, not womoti'a foot; that accomplish that I took ouo lust look ut tho demoniacal young faco and then went to hunt up Barry. We had alrotwly met iu tli ofuco, but had not had timo to oaxhaugo a dozen words. I wanted to talk over old tlinos and ner tiauoH, so. when I drew near him, I ficrapnd my feet and coughed, as being the anprorud method of breakand meditation, ing in upon and when ho started I said: "Hollo! That you, Barry?' ' wid took a seat him on tho bench. Ho offered me a cigar and gave mo a light, from which I inferred I was not unweJoomo. "What aro you doing, mooulng under a poppw tmo? It Hoems to mo dono-ingmaro in your Una, or doosu't tho madum dauoor" i, tatea-n-totiri bo-Bi- 's it ... distinction too. Ours fade Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cures colds, croup and whooping cough. It is pleaaant, safe and reliable. For sale by Craig & Hocker, Stanford Ky. m Cupid breaks his bow at the sight of a lac full cheeks, sunken eyes and a Hollo of pimples. sallow complexion will defy hi belt intentions. Beauty U more than skin deep. Th skin is merely the surface on which is written in plain character the condition of the body. Vt. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is good for th complexion becaut it make the whole body healthy because It dears and purines the blood, makes th digestion strong and clears out mpuiities ot all kinds. By increasing the ability to assimilate, nutritious food, and by the infusion of its own it enriches the blood and so make solid, healthy flesh. It cures disease of th luags, livstomach, bowels, skin and scalp, simply beer, cause all the disease spring from th sane cause a disordered digestion and consequent impure blood. "Well, there'a ono girl thero, by Jove, that makes op for a country of mediocrity--th- at witch of a flirt with the bUck hair and tho very boro ahoul-tier- s who is dancing wtch Thornton. If I didn't happen to havo some one I Ilk bettor in the city, I think I'd go in for her." married, my friend. " ' 'So? Who's the proud rpoasoakwr?' ' "But aheHi roc tocongwvtolatoyou. "You don't sy? Sinoo when?" "Since firo Tears ago nearly. " "Well, It's a little late, but permit Bho in Buporb. "lam." " tQOAL I I am still agent for Falls Branch Coal and will so you get keep a supply of all kinds of Coal, MV....U ,A such . K ... " as you want at .1 tiowh ..rlllA ino Stanford, Ky. J. B. HIGG1NS, " i""" n" Female College. v. WlLAIAM SlIELTON, - President. Vrimarv. Pnmarator. Academic and Collegi . at Course oi SMudy. SckoolTojjMuiIc.An and Elocution. TheTScholaJiicYear for 1896-- 7 will openlMon-day,- " Sept. 7, and continue forty weeks. Before , deeding to what school you will send your daughters, b sur to seud for our JSaw CatalOKUu. Address MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLKV, Lady Principal. ,tf "Thanks." And then we lapsed into silenco, and I reflected upon tho faoility with which a well moaning man may put his foot in it "You wonder at my not danoirjg, dont yoa?" he Bftid abrnpOy. "WeJl, I usod to Uko it I like rt now, but I found Mr. Barry was already engaged, bo thene was nothing for mo to do but to order flowers grooofully and stop out hero to reflect nud recall. "Do yoa know, " ho went on, "I had a romantic mooting and parting on this tpot onco, right under this very trwo. It waa jak after I left you. six yar8 ago tho moeting. I liad riddon out from town on if octurnc You remember her,, the littlo black maro? I was walking ba akatg a.rood which ran about ax foot from here, just about where that Ban fiUene bush is (it was before tho days of tho hotel), when all of a sudden sho ghiad at what looked like a bundle of old olothcH under this tree. No, no; I wuu't thrown, and I wasn't by tho heroine. It wuh not much of a sby, fast enough to make me look ro-ou- a woman prone on tho ground u your hand, and, 011 being refused by long way fro the naret habitation yon, had expressed his intention of (stayat nightfall Mid yet not off her any ing iu the house until you acvepUd aasistuBcu lu my power. him? I've not even read in novels" "Well, aa I aaid, ho was crying (with a flue touch of pcoru) "of such a stormily, and I about finding out prvposterous notion. Did he did did Why. Bht) told a mont blood cunlling ho seem firm aUtut it, my dear?" taloof parental csraelty. It waan't true. "Frvrhtfully," Ethel assured lx'r I'vo found that owt fshnxv Bh wtw only 'frightfully firm, and you should just 10, but she cosild Wl an ojrtraordiiuui-l- see wlMt a chin ho luxs. It would moke good lia. Aa a maMer of fact, ahe had tlnve tsf niiuo. " found that a partioular flame of hem "What did you say?" oskul Mrs. Was going to Wlk another girl to pome Fielding. shindy. Bat tho cruel treatment story "Wliat could I say? I've already told did nicely, and I comforted hei: sho you everything. I met him, as you was rtuoh a mete child, I honmtly know, at tho thought. The lie wax innocent onough. and after our first introduction saw They aren't taught to think a falsehood him almost every day during tho folanything aerioma. Bho was jut o tritlo lowing month. Tho night before I camo ehy and ahrinking, like a littlo girl who hoiie he projmsed to me, and I well, puta her hand behind ler and lowers you know what I said. He then declared her lashes at the advances ox a stran,?er. his intention of asking me again every In fact, that is oxaotly what sho did. six mouths and didn't seem to cure in You should have poen thooe lashoa. tho least when I assured him that my You'd have been yrt as big a fool a I answer would bo just tho same, however was and have staid until the moon miuiy times le asked me. Well, it is roso and made an appointment for exactly six months today since tho tho moHing, and eventually you'd first time I told him thut I couldn't have fallen as bedly in love at I did. think of marrying him." "We alwayu met under thifl trvc It "And be exrrtsKl his intention of was on her father's laud, but quite out 6tyiug here in this house till yon of sight of the bourn. She said that if suii. 'Year " put in Mrs. Fielding. ho were to And ua togethor he would reKthtJ. nodded. double hU brutality, but I anmired her "Theu," was Mrs. Fielding's decithat if we were difoorsred we would sion, "we must send for tho police," run off at once and get married. The "Oh, no no no nol" cjiculutd child wa iu one of Iter ucqulcucont Ethel springing up. "Please don't do moods and lowered her eyes ivnd agreed. tli at Ile'a sure to go. He he's very Of ooutk I oould only manage to git gejitlnanry, motlxr, and I'm sure he'll or 8undayi nwoy on Saturdny behave hlmstlf If lie dooii stop. BeshU this is the annlvertiary otf our meeting, if ho fought tiie txilicoineu aiwl I'm by tho bye; you wo I oling to old mem- sure lie would fight thero'd be such it of otur scandal P ories but we maio tho tima. I never hail been so lnatuatd a Yen, Mrs. Fielding agmd that tho I was with tliat Spanish child, with her affair would give Market Xorbury a tawdry, bright frocks, her hy wayn, month's food for tittle tattle If tho her gorjno.. eyee arul her broken Hug-lis- strong arm of the law were to intervene. ybe really wha Spanuh tmd iot "I will see the young prxHi myself 1" iloxicau. I learned." cxclaimM the eldtr Uuly muji'stioally. "Thny all are," I ventured. "Don't U hundi, mother," said Etiiel "I know, but your sarcasm ifl waited. bmslilng a little, "Ucuuhu, ofur all. In this cave it wa heyond queHtion, and you know he's" there was Aiunriun blood in her veins, "Head ovt heels in lo-- with you! too a littlo of it Of course," rejoliMxl Mrs. Fielding. "I intistd upon running away with "Of courw he w. If he weren't I , nud, should her and getting married at t him of having evil deaftor no end of refusals, sho finally cou- - sign on the phito. Leave him to me, eontd. Oh, I was far too smitten, too Ethel ensnared, to liav it occur to me theu So sayina, Mrs. Fielding Bwept maghow u match of the sort would hamper nificently into tho dntwliig room. my career; how an ignorant country But sevM-uawai hir tone and stern girl would prove u thorn in my flesh in her inleu Dick Watcrbury decliiHd to tho critical town clique; what a social bulge. Ho apologized tor the gross rudedrag she would bo upon roe I knew ness of hLi diolslon, but novorthelew rethe family would roiso particular Coin, fused to spike hUguus and retire. Durbut when a man wonti to marry in spite ing tho altercation Mrs. Fitdding of his family ho in apt to look upon it that ho was a young gentleman as a small stone to be kicked out of hi of 96, with an nmplo iucouvj, iumI a path, and it take him some timo to dis- small country Mat thut stood sadly In cover that his pebble is a good sized nwed of some one to look after it bowlder. Mrs. Fielding Twrsuty minutes laU "But wo quarreled. " A long pause, returned to Iwr daughter. while Barry lit another cigar from tho "My reascnihtg hal no cffn on him old ono and puffed it into glowing. I whatever," sive iufonuesl Ethel; "none kept silence, and after awhile ho went whatever. I suppotj ho must remain. on: "You may think mont women are He may ba in a mon senjblu frame of fiery, but you should try a Spaniard. mind in the morning. Don't let tho Sho got tho cruel father a harmless, servant know anything about t!e teal shrivelod np old fellow to take lier in- state of thiugtf, but preteiul that we to town behind one of his trotters ouo huve Invited him to stay liere and say day. She wanted to buy a gown, which hu hw(M will arrive in due ooiiix'. she told him woe for some kind of n Tha rerult wsuj: (1) That Mi. Richhallo oat hern, but H was really to get ard Watisrhury gained his potut mid married la. I had brought her a Rainplo staid at Pleasant View. (2) Thn only of tho stuff I wanted her to get ; othflr-wihi fljred 6t4tfiiuuatlou to win Etltel she'd have appeared iu pink and Fialdiug would buw 1M 1dm to take green and white lacu beyond a doubt such a dttiptrute U). (8) Thut Etlel bj' "Well, ahe rtwioo on the atrwt with no ateaua dVc'ivtd tho maternal judg-mu- t whetu shu (apnsod herxolf a city girl. I belitfvu it was Nora Clarke. You remember her? She was Umj merest about Dick and his resolution. acquaintance, nn yoa know, and I treat- (She let slip hU nanw DwW kbuM unthinkingly.) (4) That it ed her as one doon any woman one happens to meet We pruwed a confectionwas (ha araxrul opinion in tho kitciien er's, and I, naturally enough, asked her that the srentleman who hod como so to huve some soda water. I don't sup- Buddly without any luggage was u pose I'd havo done It if I'd known that "umu in posAwuiou. " (0) That he seemYsudora wad around, simply because I ed to the kitchen u vtry well dressed won aware that ahe wouldn't take it aa man in poseeHMiou. (o) Thut the gvtitle-maimmediately sat dowu and wrote a an American nuncee would havo done. "But aha waM around, and she thought long letter, whloh was given to tlie I was doing tho deadly devoted, so the housetnalfi to post (7) TluUhe wind to next Saturday, when we were to have another address for some clothes. (6) run away, ahe met mo with reproaches That the letter was addrerwed tn Mr. and teaN and deviltry generally. She John Blunt Friar's Court, Temple, wouldn't Listen to roaeon. She tore up London. (A) That in tho opinion of tho the now gown and reruaed ever to mar- kitehm, "Friar's Court" souudsxl like a ry me or any other man, and she used low place for any gentleman's friends some strong but mmdeal Spanish. I fanto live in. cy Bho wm more jealous than hurt, but I weL I was completely done up. To DM Waterboty had boon with tho aay that afae looked moro beaotaful than Fiekttmffl a week and still showed no over womld bo to pat it weakly. When signs eaf tleparting from his resorutiou. I saw her dimpDear for good over be- Ho had aoou made himself at homo ; ho hind that olnmp of eocalyptua, I was had broken the ice over the dinner table on tho verge of sokiMe. Pity I stopped dariag ttsti first night of bis stay. Mrs. at the verge. irtaldinsj and her daughter bud opened "Tho follow who has since built the th kail t--r troatlMg him with frigid hotel bought this spot, that saw our but Dick had psotcnded not to meeting aad our parting, when her old noi their manner, and rattled on so father died, a yar or so later. gayly that be offeotualry dispersed the "Yon came along just aa I was going 00M barrier which the ladies had over old memories and wishing I supto place between tiienisohscs pose I should not Bay it wishing that and thir self Invited guest it were six years ago, and that I was After dinner ho regaled tinm with still blindly infatuated with my Span- ootari aongs, anecdotes and news of tho ish sweetheart of 10." day which had fail d to penerrato to I am not fond of the modern unfinishthe faatueaeeti of Market Korbury. So ed story. I want to see the heroine laid ow aizryytbl did he make himself, hi- in her grave by a host of weeping deed, that by bedtime ho hal quire won grandchildren, and the hero following Mrs. yielding over to his side. Ethel her oontautedly soon after, so I asked, kept vry otow to lu mother all the "But what became of tho girl?" orouiug, k noticfd, and would iwitlwr "Nothing over,booomos, in real life," play nor slug, although she could do be answered. both vwv urccdv. Ou tlio flollowtug duy "Where b she now?" I rxwisbed. his oiothea arrived, and ou the third "In the ballroom, dancing the cotil- day a letter, addrerwed to him iu a bold, lon with Thornton. " masculine hand. Ho apettiTd to peruse "Than" this lettwr with much inherent, and the "Yea. Wo made H up after her fa- one Iw wroto in reply h delrvend to ther's dMklb and were married on dry tho houaomaid with sixx'ial itwtmctions laud and have lived happily ever aft- that it was to bo ported lefoxo ri p. in., er," ho added, ahrugfeing his shoulders at which hoar tlie ?arket Nortmry mail and throwing uwaynis cigar. Gwen- cart was dispatched. TJe honi-ma'dolen Overton fci Ban Francisco Argo- told the cook that for a niau in jxt-siothe newcomer wrote a very elogunt naut J01T2CS. Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole pioptlctur llrao's Itlack Diamond K01I Paint. Estimates furnished for painting Wool, Metal and lton Roofs SatltUction (uaranterd. All roots painted with Dean's lllaclc Diamond I'atnt iuaranteed for years Dealirs in beit L'is. tern Pumps and OalvanlteU Iron Kilters, UaWan-lie- d and Illack lion Koofiug uf all kinds, si tl J. T. at mis-tre- RESIDENCE FOR SALE. A gocd Residence House In Stanlord, with tore home on tame lot. lor talc. The let contain 1 ,, acre, and can le eauly divided, pulllnr. and residence on sepatai lots. At roaian-abl- e casr terms. Apply to price and 3jlf J N. SAl'.S'DEKS, Stanlord, Ky nor-hou1 11 y I Murchaut-Muinwuring- Portland' To San Francisco. tbt NORTHWEST .........Via The......... jO) loi'H V lilt K Mrs, What was that? Fielding sut up, bathel in cold walliiaT a OlCAtO on-oth- or mt o BUa-pec- r s I o itulig-nantl- y u perspiration. What was there it was again scratching ou the window? She listened wild tattoo her heart beating against her ribs. Yes there again sonietxKly was trying to break in I Only a sliding dior separated Mrs. Fielding's room from her daughter's. Her Nvtii chattering in time with the wild throbbing of her pulses, Mrs. Fielding crept out of ted and. tho sliding door U'ing partly open, into her daughter's room. Ethel was slumbering wvfully, but a touch awoko Thero was a hurried explanation in whisiH'rs from Mrs. Fielding, and then tho two women, clutching ettch other for comfort, stole Into tlte outer KhI-nTho and onoo more listened. scratching luul reused, and only a shuffling sound could be hwinl. Then there were footsteps on tlio gravel walk, and tlien the scullery window (which was immediately lenoath) was shot up with a force that denoted careless Intste on the part of tlio uikluight intnider. "A burglarl" exclaimtd Ethel, pale to the for site was only li nud an onliuary girl with ortlinary nerves. Unconsciously ber lijis formetl the word "Dick I" "I'll wake Mr. Waterbury," said Mrs. Fielding. She tripped swiftly out of tlio room, down the jiassage, and rupixsl at her gutwt's dexir. lu almost les time than it takes to relate it Dick found himself standing at his door, iu dressing gown and trousers, trying to instill some calmness into the troubled breasts of Mrs. Fielding, her daughter, the cook and tho houMinuld Mrs. Fielding luul around the servants, thero being comfort in numbers, even soared oik-s"Sto) all Dick. "I'll go down. If ho doesn't uso arms I can manage hlml" So s;inng, bo moved quietly down stnirt, and tlte wouk'H, afntld to tsj left by tliem'lvAt, foilowcd him nt u distance. A few moments and the darkness had swallowed up Dick's followed, form. An anxious during whioli nothing couhl tw heard. SsuVleJily tln'iv were a crush of crof and a savage exclamation j then crush; tlien a whole series of crashes. Tl cook and housemaid sliriektsl with fnght Mrs. Fielding grasid tiie banisters and treuibbsL Ethel treuibltd, too, for Diek yes, for Dick. She loved him; she knew it now. His hie was in peril. The house was fllletl with sounds of tlie struggle, A tkwperato fight was going on in the puttigo hading to the kitchen. The women could dimly discern tlie forms of tlio two men who, breathing in slwut, quick gasps, were struggling furiously for tho mastery. Backward mid forward tliey swayed, with clinched teeth and strulniug muscles. Still tho woiiMMi durtd not move. The couple hail fought tlieir way down to tho extreme eud of tin posnage uud were close to tho scullery door. Suddenly a pistol shot rang out, there was a cry, u splintering of wood and a crash of glass, and tlie two vanished. A few seconds later Dick returned, his dressing gown half torn off his buck. He got away," lio exclaimed. "But lie didn't take anything. I'll get somo things on and be off to tho police sta11 ht-r- t Only Dinioc Car Rout from I.OUXSVXX.X1X Elegant Pullmsn Vestibuled S!eeers ol Modern I'sttctn. For maps or any information, address TO CHICAGO. j ) 01 4 FRANK;!. REID.) O. P. Acent, f (. K. . Chlcaro. D. P. A . LouIitIU II. I1ACO.N He Mooon, Route. tut to call for Denver. St Paul. J n "Big Four New Line IFtvien Cincinnati, .1 11 Toledo and Detroit. Solid Trains, Fast Time, Excellent Equipment. Inaugurated May 24. THK SCHEDULE, 9 00 a m. 9 tS p.m. Air. Toledo J JJ p. m. 6 15 a. ta. Arr. Detroit.. 511pm Throucb coache and parlar cars on day irtlni Throufh coaches, Wajr.er leeptnE Cars Ciacia. natl to Toledo and Cincinnati to Detroit on nifht trsins ll No service between Cincinnati. Toledo and is ASGOOIAOL'H NEW YORK LINK, AS COD AS OUR CHICAGO LINE, ASGOOD ASOl'RST LOUIS LINK. Iluy jour tickets throuth via "tile Tour " For full information cail on j etui cr address D. II MARTIN, K O McCORMACK, Gen, Past, .V Tkt. Act, I'att Traffic Mtjr lis I.ve Cincinnati De-tro- ' .for . ....ir VOU ARIGOINO.., -- lK-n',- If ORTH ok SSTIST, int-rva- l LOUItVlllC 4 NMVIllt It. R. ry mi-oth- er Is th line for you, ss it Doable Dally Trains connections at Makecloia L0UISVILLK And CINCINNATI For all point. TJKOUGH TICKETS SOLD. IIAGGAGK CHECKKD TIIROUOH For aay information ernnirs of JOES. HICK. A(nt, Stanford, Ky Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati nnd Frankfort and quickest between Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard Tim. Time TabU April 19, S6. Only Dnect Like Iletveeen Frankfort, Oeorcjotown ind Parle, Oarllslo, Mayevillo, Oynthiatm, Falmouth and Covington. Trains No. t. No. j. No. 7. rKAlNS IAST. a. m. p. m. p. m. 1 00 4 05 635 Lv Kraoklort A jej 4 8 1 1 so Klkborn... Stamping Oround ; s; 4I 437 3 4 SS 7 4 Gors;(oo.-il,- .. a to 7 50 4jt. C S. Depot j 00 .C....... t jo 4 00 Pari j 35 TRAINS WEST. No. . No. 4. No. 10. No. t. p. m. a. m. p. m. a. tn. C......M 9 s 4 SS Lv Pari 5 5$ " C.H. Depot .....10 at 6 ji 6 36 6 40 s 45 " Georgetown II 1040 7 t; - Stamp's Gro'd 10 j 6 54 1116 Klkhorn 711 7 JJ 7 i Arr Frankfort A... 11 30 Bli SUNDAY TRAINS. Leav Georfetown 10 40 a. tn; arrive 4 Shorten po-littt- The women gazed nt their hero with fond, admiring eyes. Once again tliey breathtd freely. 8krwly they moved up Btuirs all but Ethel "Are you hurt?" sho asked him, with infinite tenderness in her voice. "Only u bruitw or two," ho replied. "Pil soon set tho polioo ou his truck. tion." 1 Frankfort Georgetown litoa. m.Frankfort Ceavo 5 But first" "I said Iwoukl not leave tho house," he begun. Ethel looked swiftly up tlio stairs to make sure they two wore unobserved. Then sho bent forward, quickly breuthed "Yes" in his ear and fled to her room. .. lie took her Ixond in his. Th Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapeit rout to all joint booth, Bait, North and West. Ufor further information apply to their agents. C. D. BKRCAW, Gen. Rats. Agent.. GEO. U. HARPER, Recr& Gen. Sup Frankfort Kv 13 p. m. ss p. m. arriv . t ) f ' Tho police never oauglit tlie burglar, who got book to Friar's Court quite safely, after catching tho curliest train from a roudsido stutiou six miles from Market Norbury. Ethel quite meant her "Yes," and in duo time was married to the "mun iu possession," much to tho cook and housemaid's wonderment And Mi. John Blunt, reading the wedding announcement, chuckled softly to himself. "It was a good idea of Dick's I" was all ho said. Tit-Bits. TABLER'SDII BUCKEYE T lllll! P OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES.1 SURI and CERTAIN CURE known for IB vaara as the I BEST REMEDY for PILE. A rrttuii OX.B MT AX.I, tyUOXlOeCS KZ9 09.. IT. L07I3. l)ttCOIT, n Tho tea plttut is saitl by Chinese writer! to Imve beu cultivated iu Unit country from at least 8000 B. C. WANTED-A- N IDEAJJteSRffiffi thing to patent? I'rotectyonrldeas ; thcymay nrinu you wmn, write juiii vjluuhu HUIT A CO., 1'atont Attorney, WiwhlDf ton, l. 0., for their Sl,o00xrlzo offer. ft. i n- Tky Higglna & McKinney ana lee RESERVOIR DAit BllEAKS 6ek W. H. Wearen & Co.'b 17c-SAM W. dow. CRANO EXCURSION TO NIACARA FALLS. what cash will buy. Interior Jourhw. And the Ituthing Waters Play JIaioc Along & the Creek: Waoonb at cost to close out at Ferris It a Caidtdate ior Sheriff of Lincoln County, subShirt waist sets, bolts and buckles to IMG FOUR ROU1K. Hardin's. The unprecedented rains were too ject to tbe action of the democratic party. close at cost. DankB. July 17, 1890 Tin cans and sealing wax at Warren Stanford, Ky., much for (he new reservoir dam at tbe On Wednesday, July CCd, the Big Four Route will run a popular ccurtion to NiagaBeautiful line of decorated Fruit Sau- the water works and it broke at 12:30 & Shanks'. '1 and icturn, with aide cers at Warren & Shanks.' yesterday morning. The waters rushed GARLAND SINGLETON ra Falls the rcund trip from trip to Toronto. be Cincinnati will be rate lor E. C. Walton, Business Manager. $io oo; Dayton, $ ooj Sprlmjfield, $8.50; ColumPhkscrittion work done at lowest cash down in mighty volume, flooding houses, Is candidate for " Ask Uiggins fc McKinney about Acme carrying away fonceB and water gates, of aLincoln County,Superintendent Public Schools bus, fo.oo, corresponding ratea isfrom intermodule prices. Craig & IJocker. only ?i.oo more subject, to the action of the stations The rate to roronto cement, something new (or plastering. 9 than rate to Niagara Falls. drowning stock and producing conster democratic party a You should take your prescriptions to Tub dato of tliu bicycle races at DanPenny V drugstore wlieru prompt nnd ville haH been changed to next Tuesday. Ooit trusses aro giving perfect satisfac nation among the sable inhabitants along accurate service in guaranteed. 9 tion. See our lines before purchasing. the St. Asaph. A house belonging to the company and occupied by Mr. League lost. Pair gold eyeglasses on street Craig & Hocker. and his family near the dam was swept a iu Stanford. Leave at this olllce add get PERSONAL POINTS. Your account was duo July 1, and it dozen feet from its foundation and the reward. must bo settled. I need the money and Hahuis Wkaiikn is down with malarinmates barely escaped with their llvis-ThMaoic stock am! chicken food, best can't wait on yon. W. B. McRoberts. ial fever. heavy rain, the darkness of the nUht Craig & Miss Adklb Sauflky Is visiting frionds and cheapest on the market. After having for some time considered the advantages Mr. M. E. Allen Iihb opened a first- - and the long continued ringing of the ilockor. at Rlchmoud. and disadvantages of the Cash System of doing business, lire alarm, made it a night of terror to class stock of Undertaking Goods at MissMahy JJnmtls visiting relatives The per capita for tchool children for we have been forced to the conclusion that it is right, and asks a share of the patronage those who thought they were exposed to down in Boyle. this year has been fixed ut 12.20. It wbb of tho West End. the danger of having their houses and in the end, the best for both buyer and seller. On WedMil. Jos. I5unN8li)K, of Garrard, is at J2.S0 last year. property swept away. nesday, July 15, we will begin this system, viz: Buying Mr. W. M. lackey V. Amono tho honorary vice presidents of It is supposed that heavy drift of Iocs and Selling for Cash Only, and we feel sure that we shall The signal service says but never MissSl-- Willis Halk is visiting the Liberty Fair, which will be held moved the top stone and the wall not g be able to satisfy both old and new customers that this mind what it says. It hasn't hit a and friends in Somerset. aro Harry Giovannoli, of the Aug. yet dry, the constant hammering did move is best both for them and for us. We will carry a in a month. Mita. Wm. Gkku and Mies Nollle Danville Advocate, and E. 0. Walton, of tho work. Engineer E W Smith tells Better and Larger Stock of Goods than ever before and went to LouIbvMo Tuesday. One or two rooms in the house just va- the Intbiuor Journal, and what they do us that the earth bank was 25 feet wide feel sure that we shall be able to please you in service, in g MisaEesiK Knm.of Louisville, is cated by Capt. W. U. Kirby for rent. not know about Fairs isn't worth know- at the bottom and eight feet wide on top quality of goods and in price. Yours for Business, ing. Misses Mary Eliza and Jennie Miss Liccle Beazley. and that it was in layers six inches thick Dkclamatohy Contest. Messrs. E. and packed, with rip rap on top, and that Pence. G. L. Youh account is due and ready for you. U. Beazloy and James T. Mcnefee are behind thio was Mi88 Kffik Hamilton 13 urn kit, of a masonry wall which Winchester, is tho guest of 2Ura. John P. I need money and ask that you pay me getting up a contest for young men be- was ot the brst quality of broken range at once. II. 0. Rupley. Davis. tween the agea of 10 and 20. The lirst stone in mortar. The foundation began Phok. H. Osiiohn, of Virginia, is here Your account at M. 6. A J. W. Baugh-man- 's prize will be a 130 gold watch and the on solid rock and the wall was 3 feet at Opfor the purpose of Retting up a dancing the bottom and 2 feet at the top. In adis ready for yon and you must set- contest will likely occur at Walton's school. era Houbo, Aug. 11. dition to this was a masonry valve tle it at once. Don't fall. Juikik Vincent Uokbino, of Loudon, chamber, 3 feet high, feet long aud 7 Sam Mbnbfek has entered the race for Picnic Mr. Sam Tatem, cf Crab Orand J. A. Craft, Keq., of Louisville, were feet wide just below tho overflow. The sheritl'in earnest and in a card published After careful deliberation between doing business on a cash and chard, tolls us there will be a picnic at here this weok. break occurred at the South end of the is the Green Briar Springs, Saturday, July 25 elsowhero in this issue puts a quietus on dam where it joins credit system and in view of the fact of the unsettled condition of f. MR.Bin.tEY Halky, of Stanford, the solid rock bluff, schemes UBed certaiu electioneering guest of relatives at Mooresvllle. Wininances, we have decided to Waived. Finley Campbell, charged against him. Sam is a fine businesa man, strengthened by an abutment. Experts chester Democrat. who examined the dam said it waa equal a good and having some experOait. Oaky Ahiiiiy, of tho Main Line, with shooting and wounding his wife, ience democrat would be able to con- to any pressure, but five floods occurring waived an examination and was bailed in in tho ollico, is running in CBpt. P. 0. Renaker's before the masonry had dried or the duct it most satisfactorily. 160. place, while he is sick. Beginning Monday, Jitly 13th, 1896. earth settled, proved too much for it. Mks. S. 0. Tbueiikaht is back from The Stanford baud liaa secured the The trial of Charles Adams for stealThe break, which is 25 or 30 feet wide, Nashville and iseujojlng a much needed contract to furnish tho music for tho ing hogs from W. P. Grimes was com- is complete, the water having washed To those who have been prompt in paying their accounts we are especially thankful, and to all who have given us so liberal a share of Liberty Fair and are now making nights menced before Judge Carson yesterday, both walls away. reit at her home here. their patronage, we kindly ask you to continue with us under the sys Mips Mamik Wilson Carpkntkii is hideous with practice. who after hearing the Commonwealth's The Water Works Company thinks spending a few days with MisaoB Sue testimony continued tho case till Satui-da- y that the repairs to the dam can be made tem we have adopted, firmly believing that at the end of each year all A mehciiant told us that he weighed Whitley and Nellie Murphy. to giye tho defendant a chance to get for a few hundred dollars. It will cost parties will be better satisfied, and as an evidence of this fact no merthe sugar sold by another merchant the Mies Klla Whiciiit, one of our brighthis witnesses. Tho proof presented was property holders many hundred tofre-pa- chant or customer who has followed this principle will abandon it. est and prettiest school teachers, is back other day for $1 and found it several pretty convincing against him. Again thanking you for your patronage and promising to sell goods their damages. from a pleasant visit to Marion county pounds short of what it was bought for. Very Respectfully, In some of the cabins along the creek at the lowest living prices, we remain, Slick Thief. Yesterday Mr. Walter frisuda. The local option tight in Pulaski has the water got as high as the beds and Mus. Annik McClaiiy, who recently reached the red hot stage. The Paragon W. Wirren left his horse tied in front of several of tbe sleepers did not awake till left tho Christian church for tho Metho this week is nearly entirely devoted toil Mr. Joe F. Waters' and went to the they were thoroughly wet. It was e to get the overcoat he had dist, is attending the Holiness camp aud tho sigtiH aro tiiat the drya will win thought at first that one little boy was left. Ou his return inside of five minmeeting at Wllmore, drowned, but he was found alter much hands down. utes he found eight chickens, which from GallaMn. S. E Lackky arrived with deep were in tho buggy, gone. Mi. Waters' search, not at all harmed. Friends here have tin, Tonn., Wednesday morning in reSome amusing things occurred, which sponse to a telegram telling hitn of the sorrow ot tho death of Mrs Fannie Kar- little boy, Robert Harding, says he saw a might have proved serious. A woman Dealers In ris, daughter of Dr. Wm. Huirmau, of yellow boy take the chickens and put condition of his father. gathering Lancaster. Mrs. Ferris went with her them in a basket, but did not know who was awakened by the water Misa Minnie Daniel, of Lexington, is around her in bed, and rushing out , Arizona, a year ago, he was. stopping awhile with her aunt, Mrs. W. husband to of the house, climbed tbe fence. She For Superintendent. Tho announce- hadn't been on it long before it was A. Carson, at Crab Orchard, and drink- and her death occurred there. suing tho water for her health. It has rained ami rained since tho Ith ment of Mr. Garland Singleton for an- washed out, but she was rescued with' Mrs. Janb Ballew and Mr. Delaney perintendent of schools appears in out being hurt. In many of the houses till tho whole country is saturated with Handsome line of Lackey, of Garrard, and Mr. Andrew water and still it comes. Fully Bix inches other column of this issue. There is no the water was several feet deep and big Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Lackey, of Madison, bio attending the must have fallen in the last 21 hourB and better democrat in the county than Mr. quantities of mud were left in them. . bedside of Mr. W. M. Lackey Singleton and few men aro better fitted Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. yet it pours. The wheat and oats in for the otlico he seeks. He is from the Dn. A. S. Price, whom everybody shock and corn CHURCH CHIMES. in the low lands will be Southern end of Lincoln and his good thinks is a good enough dentist now, will ruined. Rev. K. R.Noel will preach at Walwork in that section has been felt at each for Chicago to take a leave is to have a election since he has been old enough to nut Flat Sunday at 11 a. m. Fair. Rockcatie county school. course at a The Catholic church of the VisitaJacob Uommklstuin, the merchantman fair this year. A stock compauy was or work for the party. tion, Brooklyn, with contents, was total Danville to McKinney. Jake ganized Monday with E. E. Protheroe, moved from Tue second trial of Frank Spoonamore ly destroyed by fire, loss $150,000. in an honest man and good citizen, nnd president, J. W. Tate, vice president, for bastardy resulted in n verdict agaiuet AlB. Caldwell tolls us there will .Mr. R. II. Hamm, secretary, and A. E. the Advocato wishes him huccoph. hitn for $30 a year for 15 years. Some of Neff was here Tuesday bright, treasurer. They expect to locate the jurors were for $100, but one man be a children's meeting at the church Mr Coleman BYat Waynesburg on Sunday afternoon, advettising tho Richmond Fair, which fs the grounds near Brodhead and hold the held them down to $30. Col. Hill, of 2tith. Mr. Nell is noted fair some time in September. to be held July counsel for tho young man, who is under o Tho Quarterly meeting of the blggt-H- t egg shipper in Kentucky. as the This oilico never had hiicIi a run of job age, says he will not appeal, but will go circuit, Middlesboro district, M. Ji'ihik J. IJ. Dennis and M. 0. Thur-ma- u work. An extra man tins been on for to jail as the law provider for 10 days and K. Church South, will bo held at or near Bra now running tho Crittenden two months and tint three men who then take the insolvent debtor's oath, but oJOJo Walnut Flat school house, Saturday and Snrinus at Marion. Kv , and invite their work in this department ran hardly keep Col. Wulch says that in order to eacsp- Sunday, IStti and 19th. frionds in thin section to come to see up with the orders, coming irom a dozen tho penalty of tho verdict that he will -- Rov. V. W. Doris, of Nicholasvillr, them. counties and from scores of towns. have to serve 10 days in jail every month has accepted a call to the Christian Mary And Funeral Director. Miasm ItKiuccA Si"oonamorb, Promptness, superiority of work and liv for 15 years The girl, Kate Cook, it will Mathenyaud Florence Tracy, Rhv. W S. ing prices is tho combination that draws be remembered was a domestic at the church of Georgetown, but will not en- Also carry a nice line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Bug: crf Robes,. ter upon his duties till January 1, next. Urinstuail and Jack Caldwell went over the work. boy's father'a and it was during her stay Miss Wtnnifred Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Andrews, of Seattle, 0 meeting at Wil- to the holiness camp there that tho intimacy ia alleged to have Wash., has been secured as organist. Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e The stockholders of tlio Cumberland occurred. more, Tuesday. Wednesday Tho Christian church children's dry Mrs. Bbnkdict Si'aldimi returned to Valley Land Co. met here Du Oahi'e.stbii l'ho amount of work Lebanon yesterday, after a sojourn of 10 and elected the followiug directors. Rob that Dr J. G. Carpenter does is simply otlering amounts to f3,9S7.1S, as with $3,1S0 27 last year. There are day at Crab Orchard Springs. She snys ert Boyd, Vincent Boreing, J A Craft, wonderful. In addition to a very large Hocker, James W. yet many schools to hear from. The tho J. W. Hayden, CO guests there now and there are Fox, W. P. Walton, John W. Fox and ollico practice in ilia specialties and his Sunday school at Hopkinsville leads all fare is excellent. hospital work, he answers calls someMr. and Mrs. S. 8 Mykrs went to Forestus Reid. A quorum of these gen times 60 miles away, and often be is on the schools of Kentucky, its offering Louisville Wednesday. Mr. Myers is tlemen was present and at once elected tho go night nnd day. Besides this he Rev. Fred Hale has ended the strife thought to have a tumor In his stomach Judge Boreing president and Mr. Hock- attends all the medical meetings he can er secretary and treasurer. iu the First Baptist church at Owensbo-rob- v reand expects to have an operation to and never fails to deliyer an addrees or withdrawing hie faction and aban move it performed. Fhke Pikes. A dozen petitions are present something new for the fraternity doning his demand for a division of the nil Mrs. J. T. Johnson, of Louis- being circulated for an election ou the to consider. Last week he attended the Mr and property, the faction ville, are visiting hor parente, Mr. and free turnpiRe question to be held in No- Lincoln County aud also the South Eas- church Mrs. J. H. Bout. Mr J. E. Rout, who vember. Mr. W. II. Murphy has return tern Medical Society moetings and at having sued out an injunction to stop has been visiting them, has returned to ed tho one he had with 10 i names and each delivered addresses, which were tho division. Rev. Ben Helm returned from an his work on the L. & N. BftyB the reason he is so much in favor of printed in this office, each making quite great optician, Dr. G. Goldstein free roads is that tho Hustonviile pike a large pamphlet and both showing much evangelistic tour of the mountains TuesThe day. During tbe two months that he of Louisville, is at tho Myers House pre declared a dividend of 10 per cent on the study and research. He is a great stick- spent at North Jellico, Corbin, Pittsburg pared to fit glasses to any eyes. Ho Is a present value of its stock, instead o ler (or the ethics of his profession and to graduate of tho Now York School of Op- spending some of It in making a road fit hiseilorts aloue are due the formation of and East Bernstadt he gathered more than 200 souls Into the fold and had glortics and comes highly recommended. to ride upon. tho two societies named above as well as ious meetings at each of tho places. Mn. M. F. Elkin writes from Paducah Casey county society, each member Elder J. S. Koudrick closed bia Cane, who killed Marshal Silcox, the that ho has been sick in bed there for a of Pat of which has to subscribe to the code of meeting at Vanceburg with SI additions Shelby City, under circumstances, week and that the Mesons, Odd Fellows, tho head of a to near causing a mob to take ethics, and swear to hit tho congregation, 67 by confession and Knight of Pythias and Knighta of Hon- which came quack every time it appears. He saya baptism. Uu will be at homo Sunday his life, and who was twice convicted to unto or have untiringly administered ignorant and occupy hia own pulpit. Ad vocate. penitentiary, has been par that there is no excuse for an in him and been constantly at his bedside. terms the physician and they ahould not be per- Elder Koudrick will begin a meeting at doned by the governor, because, as be ' Mr. W. M. Lackey, who was taken alleges, people. By attending Turnersville Sunday next, friends there the case was one that the jury mitted to murder very ill of a brain trouble at an early might have brought in a verdict of ac- the meetings of the societies and receiv- tell us. hour Tuesday, and who wbb thought to quittal and for the further reason that he ing the latest information of the improvConniN. Rev. S. M. Logan says that bodying during the day, was some better gave away a plot to blow down tho walla ed methods of treatment from those who the meeting progresses at the Presbyteryesterday and it is hoped that his rugged of the penitentiary with dynamite, are able to attend lectures in the great ian church there. Rov. J. H. Hopmay pull him through, schools, every doctor can keep hlmBelf per ia assisting Rev. W. K. Forsyth, the constitution which he is not fit to energetic minister in charge. On prothough ho is nearly 81 years old and conMr. W. II. Traylor, tho clevor distil- posted, without siderably enfeebled of late. practice on the harp with a thousand fession and reaffirmation of faith there ler, besidea getting rich himself ia helpDr. Carpenter has the highest have been 10 additions. The interest A deliohtful reception was givon at ing bia neighbora in' along the road to strings. the home of Mrs. II. H. Cherry, on Col- wealth. In the last elx months he hna idea of his profession and looks upon creases daily. lege street, last Tuesday evening in honor quacks and othor men who ignorantly paid out for grain $0,500, for barrels f medicine aa the greatest enemies Mrs. Cherry's sister, MUa Maybel of Some time ago tho trotting mare, for labor $1,470, for cattlo and hogs practice Fayne, of Crab Orchard. A largo num- to go on slop, bought by Bronaugh & of mankind. Ue.is doing a wonderful Antello W., was sold at auction at Baltiber of Bowling Green's society people Uerrin, $5,000, making $10,500 in all. Ho work for humanity and the advancement more for $17.50. Tho figure was so low were present and the evening waa most made during the time 1,010 barrela oj of his profession. r that the buyer refused to take her, and f pleasantly spent by all. Bowling Green whisky, on which the U. 8. tax will bo of Mr. she was finally resold at $7,50. A few old daughter A Journal. ThiB is a pretty big business, but G. W. Martin, of the Halls Gap Bectiou, days ayo this mare stepped a mile in $S0,800. POSITIONS. 2:30, and her owner now holds her at Mr. Traylor ia capable of attending to it died and was buried yesterday. BtCOMaUHDED BY 7H IEA0INC BUSINESS MEN OF CI T Y AND VJCINIT Y. hiM;iM'3ffi7t7M?PffiraM'?0 Miss Flanzy Floyd, of Highland, $500. and invariably comes oat ahead, A man . ''jLonJxzsi f 'VTTi THE COUHTRY. MCwricwcoiwse wANTtp J. B. Embry bought in Bath county who knows him well says that Mr. Tray- died yesterday after a lingering illness of New chain bracelets at DankB. QjLweuemmlxEE. lor gives to charitable and other causes consumption. She waa 20 yeara old and for Nelson Morris 183 export cattle at 4 We fit spectacles. Danks, the jewel- - at least $500 yearly. cents. lady. k splendid, Christian w I &mi-Week- ly MENEFEE m - e CASH BASIS AT PESSTS DRUG STORE, m d rela-tiv- ea be-In- pro-dicti- on 10-2- 1, Orn-dor- f! vis-i'ln- PENNY, Ex'or, AFEWfOlUOURFRE! m Adopt the Cash System, n ir HIGGINS & McKINNET. court-hous- FARRIS & HARDIN, l'h-rnix- Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. - poat-gradua- te Prices to Suit The Times. UNDERTAKING -- m 21-2- 1. Preach-orsvill- jr. c BPcXtAirr fc 9 - Practical Trimmer, Embalmer m m M 1 con.-pir- eu JS. IT" I " B m nnti-Ua- le Now is the time to buy Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords and Slippers. Prices Very Low. Severance & Son. I 0, five-mont- j0$$SM'$ t"S f MMltfljzfl&r f0rtMNgjyi(MtJifc, er. Lafckl . . . L. stuJ.tmmitaLjbim mhtfittiMtAt Mmwmbs i ' ii 'iMii,ri"nwwi I " V. K'H A . : f i,?ii- i'..i ? f M I 3 iTcKIXXEY. B. THOMPSON, I to corporations or Individual. A crowd consisting mostly of young It a candidate for Congren In this, tho Eighth We, NOMINEES OF THE CHICAGO OEM- - Issue therefore, demand that tho power to peopls went from this place on the Cin District, iubject to the action of the Democratic notes bo taken from tho banks, and Party. published Every Tuesday and Friday Arerushinr thing for our new Plant, We will OCRATIC CONVENTION. be ready iu a few day. In the mean time we AT that all paper money shall bo Issued di- cinnati excursion Sunday. Tboea who wilt uaeorders lobe Tilled from the car cheap rectly by tho trea.-tirdepartment bo re- went wero Mrs. J. F. Montgomery, Mr. and good. Let us hear from you. 83 PKB YKiVlUN ADVuVNCE HOLDAM deemable In coin and for all B. Mooro, Mioses Emma Moore, MargaNOEL St SON. aopaid 82.60 will bt chargtdW uuous, puuno or private. tar When not Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, yo hold that tariff duties should bo ret Tabler, Margie Mooro and Messrs. T. aubject 10 the action of the democratic patty levied solely for tho purpote of revenue. W. Walker, J. W. Bailey, Wilfred Dye, SAXOS. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mich duties to tw so adjusted as to operate Winter Wright and George Alford. A SAMUEL 91. OWENS equally throughout tho country and not leave Stanford at 7:10 a. in., and 4:05 Tralnt P mmM nl 9'Is h candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, sub discriminate lwiween class or oection, pleasant trip is reported. m., returning at 4:30 Desirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten Misses Bertlo and Eva Gooch, of 0. ject to the action of the democratic party. Acre of Land, Kor Kale. Has on it a jood, comami that taxation should bo limited by LOCAL TIME CARD. fortable Dwelllnc ofbU Kooms,and all necessary L.&N. the needs of the government, honestly K., and Waynesbnrg, respectively, are outbuildings. One yard hydrant and one for wa- and economically administered. Wo de- viaiting their coueiu; Miss Ethel Gooch. II. ll. lermR siock, aiso a spimuiu, never tailing u 37P (join j North.., Ho. 14, Train nounce as disturbing to buslnos tho ror miincr particulars appir 10 " " 3 3 No,6. " Mrs. Jntnea P. Crow and children, who la a candidate for Sheriff ot Lincoln County, sub JAS. 1'. ll.ULF.V. t 04 p m ' South. Kepubllcon throat to restore the McKln-e- y No. .j, T5 10 action of the democratic party Your Manfoid, Ky. ....... t 03 p m " : " No. law which ha. Iven twice condemned have been visiting relatives here, left jectportthe earnestly solicited p nytho people In national elections and Wednesday for Bardstown Junction. Mr. QUEEN & CRESCENT. which, onatod uudor the faNo plea of pro- Thos, Hendricks, of Somerset, ia visiting EM31ETT McCORMACK tection to home Industry, proved a Tsatna pasa Junction City a follows: relatives here. Misses Maggie Campboll pro tile breeder of trusts and monopolies, ...3 4a p m 11.07 p ra No. a North Ho. South Is a canJMate for Assessor of Lincoln County, " ...1.00 pm ' 11.09 am " 4 3 A mouse colored mare mule came to enriched tho few at tho expense of tho and Mary Lyons aro visiting relatives at subject to the action of the democratic party " 6 " 11 3c am ...31S " s The owner rin get her my place ten days acmany, tostrleted t ratio ami .i..,ri.-...- i " ...6 00 a ra ti... Maywocd. Mrs. J. E. Porttnan and Your support is earnestly solicited. , 9 S.35 p m '10 " by paying for her keep and this adacrtisement. producers of the great American run Notb. Not. 4 and 5 and 0 and 10atop no t U. D IllMGilT. Julys. '?. or access to their national markets.staples daughters, Mary and Lizzie, are visiting there. EjLKIN M. than Junction City. All tralnt UnMrs. P. W. Green. Mrs. Belle Rucker, til tho money question Is settled r.. opposed to any agitation for further of Richmond, is the guest of her ulster, Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, A. S. changes In our tariff laws except such as Mrs. John Bibb. Mrs. J. F. Montgom- subject to the action of the democratic party. are necessary to make up the deficit In Surgeon iiiim.-- ery and Mr. B. Moore returned to CoEMBRY caused by tho adverse decision of tho lumbia Monday. Oapt nox. xr. j. nr.VAN. Dentist, T. E. Bibb and supreme court on tho income tax. Dut Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Couuly, for this decision by tho supreme court Bowman Owens have returned from subject to Ihe action ol the democratic party, and ,2 Ky. there would bo no deficit In tho revenue Hartford, Mr. Jacob llummulstein and eartitstly asks your support. THE PLATFORM. uudcr the law by a Democratic family hsvo returned to our town. Ue Corrected Copy of the Report iif tho Com- congress In Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley strict pursuance of the uni- will shortly open up a splendid line of Building. mittee on Resolution. form decisions of that court WILL CURE nearly Chicago, July a Tho following Ls a 100 years, that court having Inforthat de- goods. Mr. Jap. McKlnnoy goes to Chi correct copy of tho platform ns agreed cision sustained constitutional objections cago this week to engage in buslnees. Scrofula, Salt Rheum, upon by tho majority of tho cotmultteo to Its enactment which had previously Miss Alice Gooch has been visiting here. Sores, Boils, Pustules, boon overruled by tho ablest Judges who I will from now on deliver the Stanford Factory,s on resolutions just prior to Mr. Will Broaddus, of Stanford, is the Eczema, Tetter, 1c. regularly every morning, Trice have evur sat upon that bench. and is tho platform which We declare that It ls tho duty of con- - guest of hia sister, Mrs. J. R. Rout. Mre. and all diseases of the blood and will bo submitted to tho convention: 100 Pounds andOvor 40c per 100. gross to use all tho constitutional power Richard Cooper is visiting relatives in "Wo, tho IVmocrats of tho Unltod States & Makes You Well. which remains after that decision, or Wayne. Any amonnt between 10 and too lbs at Ucln. in national convention ivssoinblwl. do n which may come from its .111 ouit rami positively tit reversal by tho paid the first of each Indigestion, constipation and dys- atlirm our nllegiauco to thoso groat tten-tia- l court as It may hereafter be constituted, m um. a. Rkvibbd Psalm of Lifk. At wlieu principles of justice and liberty upon so that tho burdens of taxation may bo pepsia, kidney and liver disease a man is young, ho thinks he knows it yield to its curative powers and which our Institutions are founded, and equally and Impartially laid to tho end all;ahe likes to wag his active tongue Hnd which tho Democratic party has main- that wealth may bear ltd due proportion SHELBY & SHELBY, when cured it tained from Jetlerson's tlmo to our of tho uxpouso of tho government. I'OK- exercise his gall; he struts about in noble of speech, freedom of press, freeWe hold that tho PropH. i& Keeps You Well. dom of oonsclenoo, tho preservation of protecting American most eillclent way of rage, the world is all his own; ho laughs labor Is to tirovunt to scorn tho world of age, and lists to self personal rights, tho equality of all citizens tho lmjortatlon of foreign pauper labor Sold in Lincoln county by before tho law and tho faithful observance to compete with it In the homo market alone. He wears a window in hia ye to of constitutional limitations. City, - Kentucky. B e his whiskers grow; he thinks the laand that tho value of the home W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. During nil thoo years the Dontocriitlo our American farmers and market to ' Penny's Drug Store, party has resisted tho tendency of hellish greatly reduced by a vicious artisans Is dies pine and die because they lovo him Turnouts, lWnpt Attention, Very monetary Keasonabl. Rates. A portion of your patrontra It " Craig & Hocker, Interests to tho centralization of govern- system which depresses the prices of their a). At 10, as you may suppose bo's respectfully solicited mental power and steadfastly maintained products below knuckled down to biz; 'tis not till GO that W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. the lutegrlty of the dual scheme of gov- and thus deprives the cost of production he knows how big a chump he is. them of F. B. Twidwell, T1IK HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, ernment established by the founders of purchasing product of our tho means of homo manuthis republic of republics. Under Its factures. J. A. Hammond, Hubble. The notorious Currio McBride, who guidance tho great principle of local The alworptlon of wealth by tho few, Tanner Bros., McKinney. Dudderai's And has found Its best expression tho consolidation of our loading railroad has served nearly "00 sentences iu tho ple ol see the new Hals at MisNew Legon. Temnew wtek Kashlon J. F. Alstott, Powers. in the malnlalnano of the rights of the systems and tho formation of trusts and workhouse, and who had whipped at l'anamtt, ail the this 1'erslan effects In Hoers Is Agent for The new gnodt Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. states and in Itx Prices of the necessity pools require a stricter eoutrol by tho least 50 policemen in her time, commit- and Ribbons Handsome latest but and on short stile Dress making doue in the 1,1 ic of couliulng tho general government to Co. government of those M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. com- ted suicido in Louisville, Monday. M D. 1)1 DOKKAK. She notice. tho exerelso of tho powers granted by tho merce. We demand tho arteries of MRS. KATK DLDPKRAR. enlargement of was once a beautiful woman, but the to And The Yours for Health, constitution of tho United tittiUsi. tho iMwors of the Interstate commureo ltecognlzlng that tho money question Is commission and such restrictions and tal depravity of her nature asserted itAotna Accidont Insurnnco James T. Cooke, paramount to all others at this time, wo guarantees In the control of railroads as self and made her the lowtet of creation. I Harrodsburg, Ky. Company. invite attention to tho fact that the fed- will protect the peoplu from robbery and A posse of. deputy sheriffs whs ameral constitution names silver and gold oppression. Ilet and Mon Favorable 1 ermt ! Insurance. bushed by a gang of Negro desperadoes together as tho money metals of tho I am back from the cities with everything that Wo denounce the prolllgato A visit :d:&. United States, and that tho llrst eo lnago money wrung from the people bywaste of near Van Buren, Ark., and one man was it uew and prettrmthc Millinery line stock Is oppresslo my (Wire will conviuce yu that this Jaw passed by congress under tho constiive taxation and the lavish appropriations killed and another fatally wounded. th most complete. tution made tho silver dollar the mono-tar- of recent Itepubllonn congresses, which Elegant Ita. Linens and Kmbroidcry Material. MISS LICC1K HKAZLKY. unit and admitted gold to free coin- have kept taxes high while tho labor that Stanford, Kr age at a ratio based upon tho sliver unit. pays them is unemployed and the utm.v.. i funum. i(i acres in Wtshlnrton county-Ky the greater pail of which It In Wo declare that tho act of 1873 demoneciast. of the people's toll aro depressed In well watered, with good improvements. tizing sliver without tho knowledge or price till they no longer repay tho cost of in nj metal roof tul.scc. b.rn far io acre cr.p l his farm It situated iu what Is pronounced approval of the Ainurlcan people has re- production Wo demand a return to that Witt district In Kentucky for White lluilcy Ihe sulted in th.i appreciation of gold and a simplicity and economy which lx)st lietlts : : ICy, (..uifoiUW. residence house. corresponding fall In the prices Of com- a democratic government, and a reducAll persons desiring Locust pasts for plank n c,.n,1,n ?" Office on Lancaster Street, at Residence. modities piodueed by the people; a heavy tion in the number of useless olllcos, tho .'t!" ' ilveilint; Large slock same locality, fence, post and railme or "lie fince, cin find and tofc.coe Increase in tho burden of taxation and of salaries of which drain tho substance of what they want at my store near Cedar Creek, pa b.ins. One ol the best impressed firm, in Ihe NOW OPEN.- DOC DRYE all debts, public and private; tho enrich- the people. CARROLL BAILEY. the pike leading frem Crab Orchard lo Manford also keep alwav on hand a eeod supply ef plank ment of tho money lending class at homo nam larms Wo purin of mruiviiU ...n ot lumber by for fenclnc. All watered oiid fenced. Close to JDBTZE, . and abroad; a paralysis of Industry and federaldenounce arbitrary Interferencevio- Pkesknt Engagements Give Prom poses, alfto Unr.ltkinds shingles for buifilmsme market and onare rin fine title R U depot, schools, All persutis and authorities In local affairs as a a turnpike. Impoverishment of tho people. at of this kind can call on any article lation of tho constitution of tho United Kor information apply to Cedar Creek Proprietors Wo are uuutterably optos,ed to tho States, ise of Largest Atten(1 W MNOLKTOS. and a crime against freo institujuneifc, J N. SAUNDERS. Jitf monometallism which has locked fast tions, and wo especially object to governStanford, Ky. dance kok Years. tho prosiorlty of an Industrious peo- ment by injunction as a new and dangerple in tho paralysis of hard times. Gold ous STANFORD, KY. form of oppression which federal monometallism U a British policy found- judges, in contempt of bytho laws of tho New Music, Saddle and In Harnett, ed upon British greed for gain and power. NATIONAL BANK "Horses handled under ife Chefs. New Ideas, roadsters and and Its general adoption has brought states and tho rights of citizens, become 'and prepared lor sale. ON IMI'ROVKD FARMS at once legislator, judge and oxecutlonur saddlers bought and told on commission Good other nations into financial servitude to and we approve the bill WRITE KOH TKRMS half mile track and best ttables in the country. 8 OT STANKORD. KV. d at tho last London. It ls not only but session of the United States senate, and In Lincoln county, Ky.atft per cent , semi- an charged. AdJi.it and it can be fastened now CUS HOFMANN, Proprietor. null interest, no commission Kcnyon liuildln;, Capital Stock OKO W HAW. Room 17, OOO upon tho United States only by thostilllnir tives, pending In the house of representa3Jtf relative- to contempts In federal Louisville, Ky. For blink applications and fur of that spirit and lovo of liberty which courts Surplus AtIhcr Information, inquire olJ.N. Saunders, proclaimed our political independence In certain and providing for trials by Jury In I torney, Stanlord, Ky. caes of contempt. Attention of tb. public Is invited to the far 177t3, and won it in tho war of tho revoluN'o discrimination should iw ludulged thatthit Is the only National Hank in Stanford UnUer Ihe provisions of Ihe National Hank - Kentucky. tion. demand tho free and by tho government of tho United Wo Crab Orchard, unlimited in by th. by the stockholder' Co., stock, butare secured not only liability capital coinage of both gold and silver at tho States in favor of any of Its debtors. Wo approve of tho refusal of tho Fifty third Junction Citv, Ky. amount equal to the slock, to that depositors u Withes to thank his triendt and neighbors for present legal ratio of 10 to 1, without ol ' this Institution are secured by a fun J of 1400,000. their patronage and respectfully asks to bo re waiting for tho aid or consent of any congress to pass the Poellie railroad fund- rive aworn statements of the condition of the bisk Ky. dey membered in the future. Mr Granville Ing bill and denounce tho effort of tho are uia.1 each yearto the United States go. traother nation. Wo demand that tho will be found ready to serve you at any time, in, lit and Itsatteti are etanlned at ttat.d timet mceline of Caskets, Collins, Robes, Arc, to se standard silver dollar shall bo a full present Republican congrusa to onoot h New Management, All kinds of CarriaKe, lluirgy and Wagon Mak ey government agents, thus securing addititoaa lee from always on hand. 123m ing and RtpairUc done, vehicles worked over aud perfect safety legal tender, equally with gold, for similar measure. Extensive Improvements, in depositors. Recognising tho just claims of dterv- - ' and made good at new. A II.Kinleyhat charge This all debts, public or private, and wo favor Ing guarantees hit Deposit institution, ongmally established as tht Union soldiers wo heartily endorse lUnk of Stanford J. W. MeGINNIS. Excellent Appointments. si lie Minting department and anl Ittr cash on- ised as Ihe .Satiocal Hank In Hl, then J. W. COOK such legislation as will prevent tho work, a tpccitlty In aharge paint shop. In charge trimming shop. demonetization of any ol Sunfurd In the rule and ly. Account, due 1st of each month. kind of legal ten- jHMislons of tho present commissioner of again the First National iSi ol IUnk It MKRSIION, that no names shall bo arbider money by private contract. bunion! In iSI, has hsd practically an d j If. r.KLKR. The inott acefsntie Sumner Resort la Keneiislrncoof it years. It is botter supplied THOMAS Y. Wo are opp(Md to tho policy and prac- trarily dropped from tho pension rollj iS Cm A. II. KINLLY now with tarliitie. for transacting business and the fact of enlistment and wjrvlce tucky The greatest diteriuty ol Miae'al Waters tice of surrendering to the holders of tho ly aud liLeraUy than cvr before in its uJig to be found any where. White hulphur, and conclusive iivIiIhiipo of Sulphur, Chalybrate, Kpanm, Maguctia, illack DANVILLE, KY., obligations of the United Stato tho op- - should le nonarable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduhalt, u ecensed and disability before enlistment. ... i... ........... ...i t... Alum, Ac , In an abundance. Hops every Friday ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully tolic- Builder and Dealer in All Kinds of redeeming such obligations in either e tavur tin admission of tho territornltfht. Music by arlendid orchestra. Writ lor HOUSE Tha Directory ol this Hank is compoied t ies of New M'wloo and Arizona into tho Circular and Analsais of waters Table first of Carriages. silver com or gold coin. I nlon as states and wo favor tho early Class Korestut Rend, Lincoln county; Proprietor, K.H. RILEY. We tiro opposed to the issuing of Interoat Repairing a Specialty. Work djnc and warrantJ. B. OWENS & SON, London, - - - KentucKy. b. 1. Harris, Lincola; ed to give Bfttisfac'i n. All work done when bearing bonds of tho United States in admission of all the territories having tho All account due when work necessary population and roaourco-- to en1' J. 11. Celliee, Lincoln; Junction City, Ky firomised. Your patronage solicited. tlmo of ikjoco, and condemn tho tralllck-In90 title them to statehood, and while tlioy J. W. Haydta.Staafurd; of banking syndicates, which, In S. H. Iliughtuaa Lincoln; I have moved la my nev Hotel and am better for bonds and at an enormous remain terrltorl s, we hold that tho olllclals appointed to administer the govern than ever to accommodate the public J. S. llocktr, SUnford; profit to themselves, supply tho federal : J". : ood Livery attached and every convoalenct d W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; treasury with gold to maintain the policy ment 01 any territory, together with tho ' ut.d. Give me a call. M. D. Klmere, Stanford; District of Columbia and Alaska should KKANK RILXY, of gold monometallism. Tr T. I'. Hill, Stanford; Congress alouo has tho power to coin bo bonlfldo residents of tho territory or ' district In which their duties aro L K. L. Tanner, McKinney; HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. and lsuo money, and President Jackson performed. Tho Democratic nartvtoix. M. S. IlAVCHMAN. M.J. Miller, Mi. Vernon.Ky J W. lUVCMMAh, j lleves In homo rule, and J. S. Hocker, Pretident; that all public services o the people of West Lin- HXCCnSIOX TO OLD OHere hit Jno. J. McRoberts, Cathlor; POIXT COM. lands In tho United States should bo ai- - Having cone back into the Coal trae I will be coln and Casey Counties. Full stock of Cothns plled to the establishment of freo homes glid to serve my old patrons and all newjeuet Who FORT. A. A. McKinney, Attt.Cashltr and Caskets always on hand. Manager. feel Inclined to deal with me, and by square 95 D. S. Carpenter, for American citizens. Healing Oa TuesJay, AuKUat lltb, the mormtTOXthope to merit the patronage ot all e Wo recommend that tho territory of I will sell you coal at & Ohio Hiilway Company will Alaska bo granted a delegate In congress CALL ON& SALE run ita annutl excursion to Old Point and that the general laws of tho United Co BOTTOM States be extended to said territory. Comfort, Va. Tho excuraion will leave OK STANFORD, KY., sympathy to tho peoplu Purine the Summer, as low as you can buy it from STAKLE, Lexington, Ky., at 4:30 v. m. on a special of We extend our heroic the mines yourself, by the car, at follows, for fcpcl Cuba in their struggle for lib- Cash: lanowfullyjorganiied and ready for butlncsi will STANFORD, KY., veetibulod train, and arrives at Old Point erty and Independence. - - Kentucky. Nut, delivered. .. .8 Cents Pocket Key Chocks by Mall for only 35 Cents. Comfort at 3f. m. next Wo aro opposed to life tenure In tho Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. afternoon. No for uaggagc and Key unecica, mctai sjnecusot Cents .9 public service. We favor nppolutmonts Fittsbuit; Lump, delivered. all kinds. Badges, D oz L.iccnte Uheckt. Key other excursion affords as much pleasSurplus, . 0,000! Lump, delivered Cents based upon merit, fixed terms of oUlce, Jellico If you need livery give ua a call. Nothing out Kings, Chains, Ac. Stamping on Metal and gen- 12 Cents turnouts will leave, our stable. See us SUCCESSOR to t eral repairing. Shop over M. V. Elmoie't store, ure ami enjoyment as a trip to Old Point. and such an administration of tho civil Falls llranch Lump, delivered THE LINCOLN NATIONAt or rates. .In our S6 Office, Mill St. and Railroad Creating, opposite Utanford, Ky. The Hygeia;Hotelind ita UANK OK STANFORD, service laws as will afford equal opportuRoller Mills. J. . JIIGOINS. Now doting up) with the same asseu and management andllappointmenta, 37 Stanlcrd, Ky. BLACKSMITH SHOP. as a nities to all citizens of ascertained fitness. undai tho same managonicnt. Mm GLs aO. Jt EujRfSj stopping place; ita table second to none or We declare it to lie 1I10 unwritten law By provisions of its chaiter, depotitort work and tatlfactory Will guarantee republic, established by custom John II. Cast'eman. this are at A. O, Lnnham fully protected at a,e depotltora on the Atlantic coaat; the invigorating and usages of 100 yents prices. Try our horse thocr. and sanctioned by Banks, its shareholdera being held in National & Individuan. a plunge in the aurf, the tho examples of the greatest and wisest of .aoletothee.tentofth. amount of th, r theroin at the par value thereol, addition to th. magnificent fishing and sailing make Old tho-- o who founded and have maintained Kentucky amount tnvesled in auch tharut.in llT Point a most desirable place to go. The our government, that no man should bo Ae- :r,nu!duaf.ra,m,iri,or' Uuitw. eligible for a third term of tho presiwork in every particuGuaranteea ride from Lexington is an enjoyable dential olllce. To those who entrusted their buisiness to . lar. Prices reasonable, lias had 13 years' . INSURANCE COMPANY 91 3m feature. Afterja comfortable night on The federal government should earo for Staolord, we w here tenderour many thank. .,, a workman of Uf the care, breakfast is taken at Clifton and Improve the MlsnU.ijqd river and OF LIVERPOOL. otner ; Forgo in the crest of the Allegheny as to great waterways of sthe republic, so .on ,o- ....o-- r 7 SarXVi'r: secure for the 14 YEARS easy aud bunking andas llb.r.l.ccouirlodaiioSJ The ride then continues cneap transportation to Udowater. When at a, C01 mountains. muni with sound banking. over mountain and through valley, past any waterway of tho republic U Jjf DHBBEE S: GBLSTLEEW. J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, importance to demand aid of tho Richmond andjWilllamaburg, reaching Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f J J. WillUmt, Mt. Vernon; government, such aid ehould be expended - MANAGERS, Old Point in time for an afternoon surf upon S. II. Shankt, btacford; Water Pipes, Pora definite plan of continuous work bath. All of these pleasures for only until periuaiunt l111pn.vemL.11t U secured. Commerce Building-- , J. S. Owtley, SUnford; Kates TWO DOLLAIIS Per Day. celain Bath Tubs Louisville. Confiding in the justice of our cause S.J. Erabry, Stanford; $12. Round tripjtickets good until Au01 aud the Agent Throughout tho South. success at tho J. I. Oartley, Stanford; Remodeled and refurnished throujhout. Lars e gust Slst. 1S9G. Atpcclalty. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO Write for any polls, wo submit the foiemilng principles anil Commodious Sainnle Rooms. J. V Catn, Stanford; NONE. Gilt ed(je reference In and out Halla and cilice connected by Electric Belli. aud purposes to the considerate judgment William Cooch, Stanford; State, Atk your Danville of the 47 Prompt and polite erv!ce to cuests. of tho American 'ople c Invite the G. V. Babnkv, D. P. A., A. V.;C.rp.nter, MlllcdgtvilL, friends about my woik. support of till citizens who approvo them Lexington, Ky. and who desire to havo them local agent, I will take all the hldet I can get made effect TTTTNTTC legislation ror the relief of the for cash or In trade tor leather on T. F. CLARKE. S.l.atak.,pIr;Identn,ain'IWhe,Il,' llio ileatruction of a maia elevator ive turougii thu restoration of thecouutry'a Stanford, - - - Kentucky. poojilo unci court day at Stanford or at my home in Otteu- Or. J. B. OvrtJey, Cashier, at St. Louie caused a lose of $500,000. ' belts, etas, Kaolin, Tanner. i proaiierltj-- . Clement House Ilutldlng, Danville, Ky. W Semi-Week- ly Interior Journai J3HYAN AND SEWALL. declared tKni this power could not be del-tgat- J. COAX 1TOTTOI y twlUu J. F. FOB 1. P- - - - JAMES 11 GENTRY t, mm JPfc 1111 BSTRAY. PRICE, il- 1 fur-h- F. - Cooke's rev-enu- o JOE T. Sarsaparilla Stanford, SHBH 9 pa-.o- thoirad-jourumen- t, '0, Thomas' Hay Rakes NILYJSIL-Ifc- o 1CB JIKt-.M- own-free- dom Sale Stable, Livery, Feed mid J. K. VanArsdale- Junction Klrst-Clas- a im, Come Ono, Come All. M. W. J0B2TS01T, Ins. fed-er- New York TO THE LADIES "w. b. pssaraT, y Two Farms For Sale. c-- ad prod-uet- s Oculist, Stanford, CRAB ORCHARD STRINGS -- 3STOTICE o. fi-.- BAILED & I Training and Sale Stable First-clas- s MONEY To LOAN - FIRST pa-se- J. 0. McWhorter, UNDERTAKER, 8100, 23,700 Linnietta springs, St. Asaph Carriage Stanford, g unrte-bhcein- I SHAW, unintcr-iupl- i, -- THE RILEY g - j T. STTTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, I J. B. HICCINS, DEALER IN COAL, Stanford, Ky. I M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- Oheea-psafc- 1 - F. G. BRADY, ROCK PRICES LIVERY, FEED Stanford, rst-di- Farmers Rank&Trnst . . . . 1 ta "up-to-dat- first-clas- s Bricklayer First-Clas- Stonecutter cape-tenc- Stanford, s tQYjKh Superior Plumbing! i -W SARKER HOUSE, later-statu- EXPERIENCE ,:;,-- sulll-clo- Somerset, Kentucky. nee.-sslt- y s informa-iondeaire- d. W. A. TZwIBBZiX. iilJJiO. C- -J M. Bright, Telle,. i.X