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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896072401 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. ?- - y "vl M emi-Weekl- y VOL. XXV. Interior Journal STANFORD, KYM FRIDAY, JULY 24. 1896. -- NO. 42 THESUICIDE T11EOUYHELIEVED. HUSTONVILLE. MIDDLED URG. CASE Y CO UXT Y. , LANCASTER, OAliRARD COUXTY. Miss Eliza Luek entertained at ft! A few dayB since the kitchen flue on Joe Hopper and Lultir Johnson DoidMm The blackberry crop is the finest lor KUkd Thtmn-htseveral years and large iuantitle of them Biimptuons dining TueadHy in honor of Mrs. I'riesy Drye'a house Bt the edge of :4 Mr. John Pearl writes us as follows town set fire to the roof. The alarm of have been pickeJ and canued for winter relatives. uee. Water mulons were first od the tiro caused quite an excitement for the from Fariston, Laurel county, about the ., ... r Prof. J. II. A linn haa been employed c uiiDnjie was couplo found In Mercer county with their uui uii"uiwmBunujrnu manvare en !.uuie ueiug, .... ho vii Vo heads cut off: I noticed the article in Lum io reacnine puuiio bcuoo. iiic joying thorn to their fullest extent. wuur. j J&l Willie Oann has been employed to teach , your paper in regard to the death of Joe LnncIl9ter haH a colored dentist now. Kobert Hoy, aged IS, in attempting There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in prices at Turkey Knob. Including tho other dentists this makes to board h freight train at Yosemite, fell Hopper and Lottie Johnson. Joe Hop -- Luther Lucas, aged 18, eon olto. . only for t0 overcomu .i1H . n under the wheels end both of his legs per was making a corn crop with Henry Lottie! Mies Myra Dolk, aged ' wl" odontalgia Lucas, and were cut otl, from the effects of which he Yaden, one mile from here, and 01iar,;8 be married Thursday making the loarlK, In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. AruWl k wlnMn t died shortly after. Dra. Brown and Hum- Johnson was employed as coox for Mr. in.rrI.Re in Mr. b rod Delk's family since Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans and Blacks. Call home phrey wero called to attend him, but in Yadeu's family. Lottie Johnson was a L beautiful girl, probablv about 17 years of at once and get pick of the stock. - in honor of his nephew, J. Hoe juries wnre too serious for earthly help. ........ age, and was a daughter of Milt Johnson, r mil iiuui-n-, uui jo"""-'- ! Young, of Pl,i;nlx, Arizona. Mrs Mary Brown has been confined Mr. M. W.Joiicb, and Miss Sarah A. Mil. Mr. Charles Doty, long a Uarrard to her bed for n week. Marshal Devers who lives near Lilr, Ky., and whose wife ler, daughter of Mr. W. II. Miller, were county farmer, has bought was a sister of Joe Hopper. Hopper h farm near and his wife are both quite sick at this , married at Mr. J. M. Denham'u Thura-day- Lexington and he and his was infatuated with his niece, who apexcellent fami-I- v writing. A little child of B. Sandidge Hev. W. K. Foster olllclating. will leave in August for their new is reported quite ill. Many of the little parently encouraged his attentions. 1 Spears FiBher Iibs b brand new boy home in Fayette. learn through an eunt of the dead girl v . -. - . - ; - . - ., - . folks in town are snllering from the that Hopper had talked to the family at his house and It has been christened Tho young men of Lancaster gave a whoopiutt cough, though bo far it has about marrying his niece, but they paid 'Ludwig'Mor its great MtaQa Hou(e only a light form. fhfr. Sneara ia verv nrouu ol tue lit for the society young ladles and their vif 8 " Logan Cooper's but little attention to what he said, only From the fact that : tie fellow, notwltbfltanding all his brats itors who Indulge in this Terpsicorean art. father was around a few daya since tak- informing him that the relationship pre- V! o cluded such an idea. They came to this ;:? are boyi. Mrs. Susan Anderson gave a dining ing up a collection to pay Logan's railJ. M. Hogue, Jr., died at his home Wednesday in honor of a number of road fare home from the jail, where he place July Sth, the girl going to the waitWe have just received our line of at Yosemite on tho 14th, after an illnesfl friends and relatives. Though well ad- has been serving a sentence for selling ing room at the station and Hopper com: of some weeks with typhoid fever. He vanced in years Mrs. Anderson is po?sesj-e- d S whisky without Uncle Sam's permission, ing to the store where I am employed & and buying a shirt from me In a conleaves a young wife and two very small of wonderful activity and takea much wo infer that the early return of this children, who have the sympathy of the pleasure in entertaining her friends. V versation with him at the time he told citizen may be expected. Remember we sell at the me that he was going to take his niece entire community. The Lancaster club composed Last week while a boy was driving home and stay with them a few days and Mr. Mike Jones, of the Indian Creek of the younger people stormed Miss C5M-owe- st Joo Wright's horse across tho Hanging : Belling out to go to Texas. Christine Bradley section, is on Wednesday evening Fork at its intersection with the Liberty that he was then going on to Knox coun ia a good citlzsn, a good neighbor at the Hradley and visit his old home, as he hadn't t i Mike ty homestead. As usual Miss was swollen by Everything in the Book Line. Don't forget the place. and his many "friends regret to part with llradley proved herself equal to the oc- pike, when the stream been to see his relatives there for eight '! 'i the heavy rains, the animal fell and years. He talked of buying a new hat, Come to wife. Our yi him and his most estimable casion and was n very agreeable, capable doubtless would have been drowned had DRUG loss will be Texas' gain and we can cheer- hostess. but concluded not to do so for fear that not some young men who were standing he wouldn't have enough money left to to tho people of fully recommend him Mrs. Evans, of Louisville, Is here and by rushed into the water and got him up pay his expenses while gon. He told the Lone Ktar state. her object in coming is to establish a on hia feet again. me he was coming back on Friday, the It was reported that Mr. J. 0. Coulsociety in the Christian church. -- There will be no services at the ISth, saying that Mr. Yaden had let him ter and Col. II. H. McAnlnch, about the We had such a society hero several years Presbyterian church at McKinney next off sound money democrats ia ago and it was then on a only until that time on account of the wet firm basis. She morning. Kev. W. L. Williams this ecetlon, would refuso to support a organized a little mission band of tho Sunday weather, and that his corn would not do ! freerilvrr candidate for president, but children that are interested in the work. occupied the pulpit at the Christian to work before then. They bought tickchurch Sunday, Rev. B. J. Pinkerlon, Mr Coulter tells us that he and the colfor Lily, but did not get Mrs. Mattie Price Frisbie and Mr G. tho co pastor, being absent. Monday, ets at this point to Corbin. They were onel will not only support the ticket, but S trade I have had since I begun the Owing to Gaines are o.uieBick. Mrs. Elizabeth August 3,1, Eld. Williams will begin a oil' there, going on would have done bo even if Toller had Smith's is not so well seen on the train going North that nigbt Reduction of my Prices, I will continue to Sell Goods Henry Clay Jen- protracted meeting at the Christian by a citizen of London, who was ac been placed at Ita head. We could not nings isout after quite a Lower Than Anybody. sick spell. Mrs. church here. He will be assisted by a as Mr. Coulbelieve that audi democrat quainted with them. The theory of suiSamuel Evans is reported very ill. Miss prominent minister. Further notice cide holds good with many here, on acter and Col. McAnlnch would kick out of Maggie Shugars condition is much more will be itiven over so trivial a matter. count of the circumstances of their leavthe party traces Uvorable. Mr. 13. F. Hudson is alBO 6lck. The death ol Unci) Jimmy Walkrr, ing and My loss is your gain, and if you want We have heard of but one sound money the inference thatcau eccording-l- y One of the recent dailies contained u which wan noted in your last issue, re- democrat who will not support Iiryan, be drawn. They could not come back a while three republicans have assured us short paragraph iti regard to a tattered mo vt a familiar figure from ourstreeis. hero was evident, being without money, Chicago ticket. Mexican tUgthat was sent Gov. Bradley He bad an extended relationship in this and the final realizition of acts of degraYou bought them before, now is your time. that they will support the by J. K Justice, an attorney of Ashland, and Boyle counties and wis highly reSo It will be seen that we will get down dation so uncommon, the only thing left weight in the deal when the chilly dajs Tenn. It was presented to Capt. Price's spected. During his long Hfo of 00 years for them to do was to pass into oblivion, company of Garrard county, by Mrs. he was never sick, until prostrated by to be forgotten as soon as possible by o! November come on. Democrats hero the 3tJ r? . - r. zzzrri ?v r?v"VTtTW&frrr&?'rHir.flrihm?vv George II McKee and was Bent to the the disease which ended his life. Mr. beings of this world. Hopper was a wid are delighted with tho ticket, but when governor to be turned over to any living George Miller Givens, at whoee home we como to think of It, everybody here ower and has left three little children ensign of the Mexican war. Capt. John- he resided, desires to return his thanks who are free ellventea. are in the charge of his mother. son Price was a native of this county, and to friends who so kindly rendered him Lottie Johnson was a niece of Mrs. Col a brother of the late Dr. Jennings Price, all help needed during his uncle's sick- R. L WAYS1ZMUUU. Ewell. Hopper was a member of Napoleon, Ashburn and Commodore Cic- ness. the church and was considered a moral Ola, the little daughter of Mr. James ero Price. Such a trophy ol bis military Walker Pinkerton, of St. Louie, is citizen. He has a brother who was here Williams, is quite sick. career would be highly prized by his rela- visiting his father, Rev. B. J. Pinkerton. Tuesday, who is a good, responsible man is visitTom Clauuch.of Urannon, Mies Minnie Diuwid3le bae returned tives here. .DEALERS IN. and has a family. ing his brother, Hardin Claunch. Bright Misa Mary Welch, of Nicholasville. home. Miss AgneB Newboli, of LebanKerritl is at home for a few days. Mrs. will arrive and be the guest of her on, is visiting Miss Mamie Frye. Mrs. 13cnvncir chimes. iLKem-wcaL- s, -.' Ellleon Padgett ifl thought to be a little cousin, Mrs. John E. Stormes. Miss Mar- Blanche Adams left Monday to visit her Tennyson & West, of Danville, have better. garet Mason leaves Monday on a visit to mother, Mrs. Johnson, of Danville. Mies been awarded the contract for bnilding Mr. T. H. Singleton begun his school her Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. aunt, Mrs. Hannah Scott, of Jessa- Maggie Phillips, of Uarrodsburg, is vis- the new fS.OOO Baptist church at at Ellison, Monday, with Miss Ora Wil- mine. Mrs. John Greenleaf, of Rich- iting in this community. Mr. and"Mrs This is Rev. J. M. Bruce's liams aa assistant. Mr. Baatin will begin mond, was the guest last week of Mrs, Carter Walker, of Perryville, were here church. Advocate. teaching the school at this place next Lucinda Greenleaf. James Henry, of Sunday attending the funeral of their A dispatch says that at the Wilmore Monday. Cincinnati, is at home for a short visit to uncle, James Walker. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Holiness camp meeting Sunday, Mrs. Give us a call and be convinced. Next Sunday will be children's day his parents. Mrs. Kate Wood, of St. 0. VanArsdale were in Uarrodsburg Mary Snell, of Mississippi, who ia conat our church and all the little folka and Louis, Is the guest of Mrs. Will George. Sunday. ducting the services, scored the pastor of older ones too are invited to attend. J. Roe Young and son, John D., have arthe Presbyterians in scathing terms. He filled basket with you as Bring a well MT VERXOX, ROCKCASTLE CO. rived and are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W is none otner than the Rav. E. O. Guer-ran- t, will be eervod on the ground and A. dinner Anderson. Mrs. Will Berkele and litDr. Ballou preached to a large an the noted evangelist. The lady a good time is expected. tle daughter, Alma, are visitors of Mr. dience Sunday preacher was plain with her words, and A good crowd of our people went and Mrs. W. II. Wherritt. Rev. Lucien A party of excursionists left for called the name of tho reverend gentleSun D.Noel ib at home on a short vacation to down to the Ellison Sunday-schoDripping Springs Thursday. man. It caused a big pensation in that Metal Roofing day, among them your scribe, who was his parents. Mrs. F.M. Hill is visiting Mrs. Hugh Miller entertained the end of the county, and many listeners glad to see bo much Interest boing taKen her parents at Perry ville. Burton Aar- children Monday evening in honor of took offense at1 what she said and left. in tho S. S, but sorry to know that a on Spencer, of Louisville, is here with her little guest, Miss Flora Frszure. Rev. George O. Barnes ia preaching prominent man from hero had to employ his parents. Raymond Hnaelden and Prof, and Mrs. Scroggs, of Danville, in Owensboro and the Messenger Bays: a lad to keep his horse awake during wife are sojourning at Dripping Springs will locate here in tho near future, to A delightful feature of the meeting is the Shingles, Etc. school and our advice is for him to let bit MiesTheo. Hemphill is enjoying a visit to take charge of the Collegiate Institute. singing by Mtss Marie, assisted by the horse sleep moro at night. Mrs. F. D. Gaines, of Danville. Being educators of experience and wide her mint, evangelist himself. Mr. Barnes does not C. We were glad to see in your last is- Mrs. Uriah Simpson is visiting friends in reputation, we predict a successful travel by beaten paths Ue depicts the sue that our esteemed friend, Garland Uarrodsburg. Messrs. Richardson and year's work for them, welcoming them forgiving love of God, and crosses the Singleton, had acceded to the requests of Price, of Danville, attended the hop to our midst. path of many a theory in so doing. H's here Monday night. Miss E'izt Luak hiB many friends and has announced himElder W. A. Borum, a Baptist min- message by the very difference from orself as a candidato for superintendent of Anderson is the guest of her cousin, Mies ister of Middlesboro, held services here dinary preaching comes to the heart of schools. He is weir qualified for the place, Lily Dale Grant. last week. A church was organized for manv a man to whom the ordinary mesa gentleman In every respect ana we hope this place and about 1200 raised to sage has no meaning. He has preached Bv PraciAL Rkjukst. Dr. G. Goldand believe ho will have no opposition build at once. A lot on Richmond st. all over the English speaking world to Further we beliovo stein, the eye expert, who has been here has been given for the purpose. If it men for the nomination. that were not usually reached. the republlcans'are too smart to tackle the past 10 days doing a fine business, Ib placed on this street the churches THE CHAS. WHEELER EMPORIUM invites you to be present baa been requested to come to Huston-vill- e him. LIBERTY, CASEY COVSTY. will bo evenly distributed. on the Special Sale Days, on TUESDAY AND SATURDAY and has decided to be .there on Two aged colored citizens, Mrs. Mc KINNEY. Mrs. America Stons, of Lancaster, is of each week, beginning JUNE 23, and continuing until further noMonday, 27th, juat one day only. The Klizibeth Newcomb and "Aunt" Sylvia doctor is an expert in his lino and the Hiatt, relics of slave times, were bur- visiting at J. P. Wilkinson's. W. H. tice. Come early and avoid the rush. Mies Ethyl Gooch entertained FriSmith, of Danville, has accepted a posiday night in honor of her guest. Misa Hustonvillians should avail themselves ied here last week. The former was who has of this golden opportunity to consult this bought by her husband for about 1,000 tion in II. W. Phillips' harness shop. Eva Gooch, of Waynesburg, f The Casey county Teachers'" Instieminent specialist. Ho can be consulted which he had earned and saved aside einco returned home. Prof. R. at the Carpenter House. Positively ono from his work for his master. The lat- tute convenes next Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Uummolstein N. Roark, of the State College, is the in day only. line of Millinery Reduced One Half. A Clean and ter when a child was brought from Btructor, The Rev. Mr. Walsh, ol and children, who have been viBiting in Mr. Stock of Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and ChilALargc Cincinnati, have returned. With 10 davs remaining the rainfall Georgia by Mr. Bennett Hiatt, whose Lexington, will also be here and will dren's Wear, and in our prices we have no competition. wont to lay in his stock of of the present month amounts to 11.83 family she served faithfully until the S . n. Wednesday evening at Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes of Swell Styles and on lasts cin.ln. Misses Helen Bibb, Georgia inches, as against the heretofore unequal slaves were freed. It seems that republican papeB and Miss Mamie McClelland, of Knox-vill- e, bolting Bound money organs are about to from A to EE. and Clara Tabler are visiting rel ed July record of Moore In 1S75. Louie-vlll- e nttvPH at Utah Bridge. Mr. W. K. Shu is the guest of Miss Mattio Web- pull somo of the sound money men out We lead with the SMITH & STOUGHTON and ROCKLAND Times, '.'1st. t nnrARtnr. ttald OUf tOWH llU . Ten Uvea lost and untold loss to er. Miss Lou Yowells entertained a of the democratic party in this county. lines for men and boys. visit Sunday. Mrs. George property was the result, in brief, of a ter- number of friends Thursday evening Up till a few days ago no one suspected Alford has returned from Washington rific cloudburst at the head of Benson Mr. Milton Hiatt li3s quite ill at his that any democrat would refuso to sup City. Mr. Ace Morgan, of Waynesburg, creek, four miles west of Frankfort Tues- home near Oak Hill. Mr. Hugh Miller port the ticket. The democrats can not Mr. A. day. Misses expect anything else than for republican ia visiting friends in Lancaster. is the gueBt of Mr. W. P. Gooch. was here Tho lato CO. Lilian!, of Lawrence-burBerda and Eva Martin visited friends organs to claim that sound money men Moberly, ol Powers' Store, Which will be ladened with the Rarest Bargains lrom day to day,and left a will directing that his proper- in town last week. Messrs. Cress and Wednesday. Our night operator, Walkcan not afford to support the ticket. Ev- if your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. Mag-Kity, valued at $250,000, be diyided among Davis have beautified their residences er Bailey, is on the sick list. Misses ery man that they tear away from the Campbell and Mary Lyons have re- the members of his family. by the addition of nice porticos. Mies party in this way is that many less for faJohn Vance, a moonshiner, was Sallie Cook is visiting her brother, Mr. MATTING AND OIL CLOTH. turned from May wood. Will F. Rowe Mayme Gill, of tally shot by Deputy United States Mar George Cook, of Livingston. Messrs. tLo republicans to defeat in the final was here Tuesday. Miss election; so It is to their interest to argue Brown and Gentry, of Level Green, thus; so sound money men, do not be Lexington, who has been visiting tho shal John D. Bentley, in Pike county. Coffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice xueeuay. Whjlo near Hopkins-villSpecial Drives in Gents' Furnishings. have charge of the school at Living- led away by such a fallacy, but boldly Mieses Tanner, returneu uome Henry filankenship was killed by ston. goods at iow prices. and Canned Goods. We are yours for first-cla- ss Routen has returned from Miss Annie vote the democratic ticket. Mr. Jas. the accidental discharge of his gun. vt.tr. to relatives at btantoru a The mother of Mr. Bryan, democratMr. John D. Rockefeller baa just given At the funeral of Miss Mary Peed, Clark has returned from Danville. nn- - ic nominee for president, died only two the city of Cleveland $1,000,000 as a cen- at Millersburg, six girl schoolmates act was here S Lute Tibbals, of Somerset, The Chas. Wheeler Emporium,. Hustonville, Ky. weekB before hia nomination. ed as pallbearers. June 1896. tennial gift. day and Monday. I - ... ,..., pti nmMgmmi FOR CASH I For tlae ISTest Tiiirty- j -- i 3Da,3rs, ' "T'.r.' .,i.nBlln j 1 i m 1. 1 ... W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. .., 33SISSSSSi ppftffi53s 1 A ed Kreat.great-gr.nd.hopMondiyniKh- lat .'.... .. .....'.:':;':x?!j SCHOOL SUPPLIES. I SCHOOL BOOKS. 1 I ! j TABLETS $ soc-et- Cash Prices I'SD I a nils-slona- ry .... the-good McROBERTS' STORE. '...... S U OC EZSS My Stock Must Be Reduced. GOODS CHEAPER TSAIT .- EVER JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. --v CRAIG & HOCKER, LKls, 1 to-d- ay B ruqs, - Eliza-hethtow- n. It Pays to Deal with a Cash House. J Doors, Sash and Blinds, ol 0 Z- - 1 A. SINE, Stanford, Ky. CASH CLEARANCE SALE! GOODS CHEAPER THAN FREE SILVER Well-Selected Huni-mtlBte- in lec-tu- ro 10.-1- ... T ly kook Out for Our Centre Tabic! CARPETS, g, e frog-huntin- e, CHARLES WHEELER ii--,.- , . AMrfrtriTi''afrflfctti'-r--- " ZSTSiJt'fSLlZ'lt i fr'-t1- MlMTijrPI I JEMI-WEEKL- Y iHWMtiMHk - Stanford. Kt., July 24, 1S96 W. P. WALTON. SIX PAGES- The Danville Advocate repudiates the Chicago platform and ticket in its issue of the 22d. The tardiness in taking a position in the matter might be attributed to a desire to see which way the moet of the cats were going to Jump, until it is explained that Editor Wool folk has been from home eince the convention, i! H .11 j I till this week. He thinks it dishonest and inconsistent for a man, who has advocated sound money to accept a platform declaring for free silver. This is rather a blunt way of putting it, but wo shall not discuss that point now. We have taken onr stand for Bryan and Sew all, for the same reason that wo should have demanded that the free silver men accept the ticket and platform had the gold men been in the majority at Chicago. If every man's opinion must be held as a law unto itself, party and party organization would go to pieces. We are as far from endorsing the Chicago platform as a whole as anybody, and we regard several other utterances equally as deploiable as that on the money question, but the convention was regularly called and was dominated by men who were the representatives of a democratic constituency. They were as much the constituted authorities of the party as the representatives of the gold standard men and to the decrees of that convention we bow, at the same time surrendering no opinion previously expressed. We can not all have our way and consequently the democratic principle of majority rule must prevail or the democratic party will go to the demnition bowwows. We therefore appeal to every democrat to stand by the colors raised by their representatives at Chicago and like trne soldiers obey orders witbont question. Tub pops at St. Louis compromised by electing senator .uuuer, oi orm Carolina, temporary chairman. He made a speech charging that the democrats had stolen most of their thunder, but said if people's party should go out of existence the democrats wonld repudiate their platform. The committees were appointed aud the convention adjourned tillS r. m., when, they found the electric lights turned out and after groping around in the darkness for half an hour adjourned till 10 yesterday. The Middle of the Road men claimed that it was a Bryan trick and were very hot in the collar and redoubled their energies to defeat endorsement of him and his platform. A dispatch from Si. Louis at o'clock said that the matter had not been settled but every move was a Bryan victory. Senator Allen, of ebraska, was mado permanent chairman and Gen. Weaver, nuother Bryan man, chairman of committee on resolutions. 1 George Swain, living near Dryden, I districts where u division of the Bound See Our moner vote, by a republican candidate .uicn., Kineu ma three children, set nre b See Our CD also in tho field, would elect a Bllver man, to his house and then blew his own AC.ront$1.00 Shoes, brains out. Ills wife died a short time Beware of Greek bringing gifts I CO Col. J. . Caatleman, of Louisville, ago and it Is thought that brooding over Ladies' Slippers, (q" The Ites,t says ho will not support Bryan, because the loss of her deranged bis mind. CO of the platform he was nominated on and While resisting arrest Alex AnderCD CO for the further reason that he la too son, a suspected horse thief, who gave rH young and inexperienced to sit at the bis reaidencoas Ireland, Ind., was fatal helm of State. He also Bays that the ly shot by Marshal Funk, nar Elizabeth-towCO Confederate soldiers as a general thing Anderson shot the marshal in will decline to vote for him. the shoulder, but the wound is not seCO The silver convention, also at St. rious. 03 CO Louis, went about its work with no Jailer Richardson, of Aurora, III., SUDS Permafired his pistol into the air for the purpose loss of time on preliminaries. nent organization was quickly etlected, of stopping desperate fight among threo w AT THE with W. P. St. Johu, of New York, as of hia prisoners. Tho bullet struck the m, chairman, and a conference committee steel ceiling and glancing hit one of the PI was appointed to secure from the pop- prisoners who was asleep, killing hint in CD ulists an agreement on Bryan and Se- stantly. This is the combination you arc looking for. Read the wall. The merchants of Lim:ton have list: tfi As all were leaving the convention formed a commerri.tl on the -1 PO Ladies' Fast Black Corsets 45c, worth 75c. hall at Chicago, at the clos, the venders order of Bradatrcel'a for mutual protecof photographs called out: "Buy Ladies' Summer Corsets .15c. tion I'a business will include several of of the ureat Chicago conven- the surrounding towns. Customers in the 10 yards of Zephyr Gingham, with 5 yards of Colored tion." We who had injured our nose by district will bo rated according to their GOV. McCKEAUV IX LINE. 43 Hamburg, all for 60c. " With a fall in the convention, replied: This extract, from a private letter a busted party aud a busted won; I have promptness in meeting their accounts, in ch Wash Silk at 2.jc. CD a book which will be isaued at stated from Gov. McCreary to the editor of this CO enough." Col. Craddock p rloda. Unpaid accounts will be sold CQ reminiscences Ladies' Side Combs 5c and 10c, worth 10c and 15c. paper, so fully expresses our views that in Paris Kentuckian. CO at public auction. Lexington Herald ed Ladies' White Handkerchiefs 5c, worth 10 we take the liberty of printing it for the o Donf Worry I ABOUT HARD TIMES. n. s! Big Inducements and c w antial Bargains o LOUISVILLE STORE. I I r- en o 22-in- i Sbnatob Tkllkh and his fellow bolters from the republican convention have issued an address in which they say that "the democratic party, in its Chicago convention, has taken a position in its platform so pronouncedly favorable to silver, and has nominated candidates of such unusual unquestionable convictions in favor of the bimetallic policy, and of such high personal character, that we have determined to give them our support, and therefore, announce that we shall by voice and vote support Messrs. Bryan and Sewall for president and vice president and wo appeal to all citizens, and especially to republicans who feel as we do, that gold monometallism would be of lasting injury to the country, to act with ub in securing their'election." H I 51 hi & ' n 2 y,e-00 wounded in a fight with the insur 5ttnrfcc irrurittpt. ite H.4J4 v gents in Crete. furniture and fitlure.. 9,15a o Are both the prices and quality of all Coal sold by us. The Louisiana legitdaturo has made Due from National U.inVi, not We can sell you Agent 6.4IJ l E. Lee'e birthday, Jan. 10, Gen. ltobert Due from State llaaloaud lUtiUers '.457 t POLITICAL POINTS. a legal holiday. .. Due from approved renrvc kh4.. .75T JJ A woman was found in her bed mur ChecVt and other cnth item 14-- c 901 oj The gold reserve is now below the , dered, at Sistersville, W. Va. Uer hus Notes of other Nat IVaak 6,l$ eo Tub republican papers are tickling the ninety million mark and is still disapFractional (taper currency, nickel attd band is under arrest. Delivered at your house. Have about 100 bushels of Bound money democrats, who say they pearing. ... 7 J cnti Nettie Cull and Ella Kobbina killed CI! e in May.SfS ?J A democratic .. SCREENINGS LEFT AT 5 BU. FOR Si. Sxtie will not vote for Bryan, by praising their a shanty boat L:M tendr nam 5,191 m xytL? 5 and will vote for A. J. Call with au axe in patriotism in refusing to subordinate ryland has withdrawn Redemption fund wttk U S, Tttfer Call and see u.s. at Huntington, V Va. country to party. Then they work in a McKinley. 2,150 5 percent, ef cireulaiMM Three young ladies boat riding in Wfst Vjrginiarepublicans nominat good word for McKinley like this in the V. S. Lake Minetonka, near Minneapolis, were Due trcm cent. Trfamrer, other than 5 per relcmfiUon fund Louisville Commercial; "The best way ed Atkinson for governor and La Fol- J CO Til thrown out and drowned. to defeat populism is to beat Bryan Tho 'ette for auditor. , 40 Ss Toal National Bank, which The Chtimcal A large majority of the business best way to beat Bryan is to vote for McI.I A III I. Ill I'.S paid its creditors Harrodsburg are for sound mon- bursted in l&'JU, has just Kinley." The democrat who listens to men of $100,00000 Capital t(H.k ... iu full with legal interest. Surplutfund to this "walk into my parlor," as the spi- ey and most of them for the nomination 5i$ ' Mrs. Ohailes Murray, of Shelby Undivided profits. Ii expense and der Baid to the fly, is a bigger fool of a new ticket. ft county, was burned to death in her taiea paid Out of OS democrats interviewed by than the Johnson colt. No democrat National Ilnnk Note ouUtarxfiai; 45,00... 00 home near ChriBtiansburg, ATcan Bacriflce every other principle but the Journal at Nicholasville county court 6,6 11 Henry Rogy fell from a tree and Due to other NalioHal lUnks would not support Due to State Ilanls and Hankers j 05 that of the currency to vote for the high day only 10 said they died from the effects. He had climbed Individual dpiu tubiect to check S1S5 it prieBt of protection, who stands on a the Chicago ticket. had killed. Liabilities other than thaie above staled. 7l.u1 ag Congressman George D. Wise may it to get a squirrel he platform every plank of which is con o Near Royoton, Ga., a Total J3'4o 85 demnatory of democracy and democrat run forOongrefsinthe Richmond, Va., killed his wife and three children ) Cooking, STATK OK KK.NTUCKV, ic performances. districtas the candidate of all the Bound aud then committed suicide J County of LibloIh. l money men, irrespective of party Heating, Stoves, And Ranges for 30 days going at less I, John J Mc Roberts, cttaicr of above named Mohammedan rebels defeated an The opposition papers do not charge IUnf , do solemnly swear th.it that the above stateHussing, member of the Boyle Gasoline, than actual cost. of my knowltdjc and be. Mr. Bryan with plagiarism, but they do county democratic committee, has resign- army of Chinese. Six thousand of the ment is true to the lief. JOHN J McKOllKRTS Cashier say that like history, he repeats him- ed because be can not subscribe to the latter were killed or arc missing. Subscribed and sworn to before me this aid day Crops in North Carolina, it is esti- ol July, iV W. M. IIRIGUT, S. 1. L. C. self. For instance, he said in his famous Chicago platform. He doeen't fuvor a J S. HockEK, mated, were damaged to the extent of Chicago speech which won the nomina- third ticket. r I. Hill, ) Directors. oyer 11,000,000 by the recent W. A. 'I kihhlk, J tion: "You shall not prees down this The Atlanta Journal, Secretary Hoke President Cleveland, accompanied crown of thorns upon the head of labor; Smith's paper, which led the fight in No. r)ij. by Joe Jefferson, attended the funeral of on a cross Georgia you shall not crucify mankind 1 against silver, saya in its leading 1 ItEPORT OF THE CONDITION of gold." In Congress in 1894, in speak- editorial that while It can not approve the late Got. Russell, at Cambridge. Charles Edge, a prominent merchant ing in opposition to exempting the notes all the Chicago platform, it will support of Lexington, shot and killed Henry of State banks from taxation, he said! Bryan and Sewall. THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONYILLE of Edge's partner in busi"I, for one, will not yield to the demand. people ness. a son -S- tatistics show that 072,804 AT HUSTONVILLE, 1 , $ I will not help to crucify mankind on a died in the United States last year, and, Young Ewalt, of Paris, who killed a Iu the Stata of Kentucky, :it the clo.c of business After having for some time considered the advantages cross of gold; I will not aid them to it is said, that in the long list there was $ man at Millegeville, Ga., was found guilJuly if, 1E96 press down upon the bleeding brow of only one $ and disadvantages of the Cash System of doing business, 0 There la no way ty of murder. Col. W. O. P. Breckinwe have been forced to the conclusion that it is right, and j labor the crown of thorns." RESOURCES to ascertain the number of office seekers ridge defended him. ffi in the end, the best for both buyer and seller. $ ''.'S1 Loans and discounts 2 On Wed- - w in tbemortality list. GeorgetownTimes. James Taylor, of Niles, Mich , was Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 1,145 'J1 Tbb Kentucky pops are bard to please, nesday, July 15, we will begin this system, viz: Buying $ Bragg, of Wisconsin, and Fitzbugb so glad that McKinley was nominated 12,500 co US. Ilonds to secure circuatloti (i) and Selling for Cash Only, and we feel sure that we shall when tho Chicago platform finds no fav- Lee, of Virginia, would make a presithat he went crazy. He insists that Mc- Hanking House, furniture and fixtures. i.coo co eyes. In convention at or in their Due Irom National Hanks, not Redential ticket that would arouse the Kinley is the second Christ. $ be able to satisfy both old and new customers that this they resolved against endorsing stunned democracy North and South 3,678 19 serve Agents We will carry a fy move is best both for them and for us. of New York have oflered The banks Bryan, unless he will accept the nomi- and unite the blue and the gray in one to put up 10,000,000 in gold for green- Due from Slate llanki and Dankera. ... 7,8978a ) Jjctter ana larger atocjc 01 uoous tnan ever Deiore and $ f Dut from approved reserve agents.. 19,000 05 nation on a separate platform. "The Keep grand efiort to save the country from dis- backs to keep up the gold reserve. This Checka aud other cash items (f feel sure that we shall be able to please you in service, in w 53 in the Middle of the Road" pops, the honor. Louisville Post, Notes ol other National Hanks i.ij-- 00 quality of goods and in price. Yours for Business, is the way the banks did in 1800. ft Fractional paper currincy, nickels aud name Riven to those who want no affilia(i John P. St. John of KanAfter and existence of about foi r cents lofil G. JL. tion with the democratic party, were sas, who bolted the Pittsburg prohibi- years the Kenton club, of Louisville, Lawful Money Reserve in Hank, tSiX5SiS5Xj)TRY PAYING largely in the ascendancy at the Padijcah tion party with the rest of the broad assigned Wednesday afternoon. Liabil- Specie 10,774 00 gathering. Lejal tender notes guuge wing, and was one of the leading ities and assets are each 11,000. 1,000 00 11.774 00 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer A Booneville, Mo,, man dreamed dally news- spirits in the formation of the National Thb projectors of the silver 5 per cent of circulation J61 50 parly which nominated a National ticket, that hia home was afire and leaped from paper to be started at Louisville fell out Total. S'539 5 has again bolted, this time to the democ- a third-storwindow. He was almost over its poiicy before the money was racy. LIAIULIIIES. unrecognizable mass when found. an Has Come and Gone and raised for its publication, and the whole paid in Capital $50,000 00 The old democratic committee of Henderson had a 1200,000 fire, be- Surplut stock matter is flaid to have dropped with a fund. 11,000 00 Fayette county held a meeting at Lex- lieved to have been of incendiary origin. Undivided profits 337 08 dull thud. ington to further the candidacy of Pythian build National Hank notes outstanding The Barret House and the 10,100 00 has found 14 for Congress. Tub Courier-Journ3,01 a 99 The mem- ing, which included the Park Theater, Due toother National Hanks. A great many have been due a long time. I shall make a greater ef66,196 18 democratic papers that wont support th0 bers of the committee claim they can were burned. It was the worst fire in Individua deposits subject to check fort than I have ever made to collect, so to save time and annoyance that not legally be deposed until their term the city's history. Total Chicago platform. Considering 5lS3.96 3 and to me I must ask that all those who owe me for acI J. W, Hocker, Cashier there are nearly 200 papers in the State, of office expires in November, 1S99, they A tramp who was refused lodging Hank, do solemnly swear that of the above named both to you the above statement having been elected by the people. list is by no means formidable. the counts due, to settle at once. Interest added to all accounts due by James Hewett, near Frankfort, saved is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. W.HOCKEK, Cashier. last January. Plans are under consideration by the the lives of bis family during the recent Subscribed and (worn to before me this aitt There fs a man in Colorado who i8 republican Congressional campaign com- Hood. He stopped in the barn and came day ol Ju'y, 1896. J. K. IIOCKKR, N. P. L. C. D. S. Joiinstom, eo much of a ailverite that be would not mittee for aiding in theelection of sound to the door and awoke the family just in J. Ed Alcorn, Directors. money democrats to Congress in some time for them to get out safely. colebrate bis golden wedding. T. J. Robinson, J Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. GOO Banking-home, Re-ter- re benefit of these democrats who are halting between two opinions. With an old friend like you and a brother democrat in whose democracy I have the utmost confidence I can not close this letter without a few words on the existing political situation. The Chicago convention was regularly called and regularly held. Its delegates were commissioned by the members of our party to give expression to the will and wishes of the democrats of our country. All democratic delegates remained in the convention. The platform in several im- portant particulars is not acceptable to me, but it was adopted by a regularly constituted democratic convention and the ticket was regularly nominated ac cording to the usages of our r arty. It is a time honored rule in our party, which has been the basis of our success as well aa our strength, that the will of the ma jority in convention expressed shall de' termine the principles and policies of our nartv. The candidates nominated and the platform adopted more nearly ex press my views on public questions than the candidates nominated and the platform adopted by the republican party. Democracy means more than the money question. It embraces all of the great principles written by Thomas Jeflerson in the beginning of the present century, when our party was organized. I can not now even if I am not entirely satisfied leave the democratic party which I have loved and worked for all my life and which has honored me for 20 years. I can do more good for my country and also for democracy by remaining in the ranks, consulting in its councils and fighting under its banner than I can on the outside, and I shall remain in line anu support the nominees of the Chicago Na tional democratic convention. populist convention: "Yes, the once rec reant democracy baa rushed hurridly, and madly back Into enthusiastically line. We have forced democracy to accept populism and have forced them to accept a patriot for their candidate. But we are yet afraid to entrust all the machinery in their handa." A dispatch from Lawrenceburg says that John B. Thompson made the ablest defense yet heard of the work of the Chi He Baid It was the cago convention. nearest approach to a true democratic meeting ever held; that no populistic, anarchistic or socialistic men or meas-ure- s He dewere in lis deliberations. applauded nounced the bolters, and was for neatly every expression along this line. John D. White, who iB camping on the trail of the Hon. D. G. Colson, has caused him to propose to submit an agreed case to the court of appeals in to ascertain whether or not the primary in the 11th Congressional district has been called according to law, and if called according to law, whether or not any man can be compelled to pay any sum of money in order tc get his name on the ballots. Mr. White has accepted the proposition. or-ord- the Mr. L K. Taylor said when taking chair as chairman of tho Kentucky 01 w CD Hem-Stitch- NKW ADVKRTISKMWrn- - mi CONDITION OK Til K FARMERS BANK & TRUST OO. AT STANFORD, At the close of business July i, 1I96 RESOURCES Loam and DUeountt, County Honus .Jjjj.Si? 16 Ovcrdratts Due fiom Hanks Hanking house and lot furniture and natures .. 1,9? 4 07 w 4,099 94 11, 5(8 at eo 5.50 ge eo Pi 0 Expenses. Account iu trsnsitu Caih , . 1; go j.000 00 i,a;i Sj3,ljo Jaee.ooo 00 17,318 fcs O LIAIULITIE.S Capital stock paid in, in caih . .... Surplut fund Ilillt rediscount! Individual Dcpoitti Due to Hanks. Fund to pay taxes . I'ndivided profit! 111 a bo. rH -3 00 S. 101,50a 37 5,15a 07 75,0 00 J07 7a Ladies' White Embroidered Handkerchiefs 10c, worth 15c Ladies' Pure Silk Mitts 12c. Ladies' Seamless Hlack and Tan Hose 8c. Ladies' Ribbed Vests 5c. A Nice Bed Spread Only 75c. Men's Suspenders 10c, cheap at 20c. Children's Sailor Hats 15c, worth 25c. Children's Fast Hlack Hose only 5c. Yard-Wi- de Bleached Domestic 5c. Spools O. N. T. Thread 10c. 3 Men's Extra-Go- od Working Shoes 94c, cheap atSi.25. Men's Fine Shoes $roo. Ladies' Oxfords 4SC to S1.50. Ladies' Patent Tipped Button Shoes 98c Special Bargains in Men's and Boys' Clothing. Men's and Boys' 50c and 75c Straw Hats Now 39c. Silk-Finished C? CO o o a. CO C7 o o C3. CO CO CD CO ' ' CO, o CD CO CD i LOUISVILLE STORE. A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Branch Stores: Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, ' , The a in t I. II. Owsley. Cashier ol the Farmer! liautt . Trust O., iut that the forccotnc uatement is true to the best ol hit knowledge and J B. OW'sLKV, Cathicr belief. this July Sworn 10 before mc by I II W. M lJRIUlir, N I' EC jj, lV- - 3 O W -- l 0lfv, 1JM. MORE XEWS NOTES. At Kockport, III., a man crazed by jehlousy, killed hia wife and shot himself. 30, 102,000,000. BEPOItT OF TUB CONDITION or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, AT STANFORD. In the State of Kentucky, at the rH 4 Bardstown, Lawrenceburg Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, Franklort, Ky., and Mauckport, Ind CO. fj fo a! During the fiscal year ended June our exports exceeded the imports Two July ckc at buint l!J a5.1t! 04 4.4"0 14, 1S96 RKSOURCES Liatrx and ditcounti Overdraft!, aecurcd and untccureJ U S Itendt to secure Circulation hundred Turks were killed and ot s GUARANTEED . I i i l!J! I ;: Coal at 7c to per J3u. & j elector-at-larg- -- OL J. H. BAUCHMAN CO. -- well-to-d- fai-m- er . . AT YOUR PRICE. linen-Phi- bt ") W. H. WEAREN & CO. OASH BASIS AT i PENNY'S DRUG STORE! rain-storm- r. Ap-pleto- n, .. office-holde- r. Pa-duc- ah j Ex-Go- v' I PENNY, Ex'or. ChS&ir;m$mi&&i y Your Account Remains Unpaid. al ") H. J. McROBERTS. H.. SKETCHES BY M, QUAD -- 3 IFZEeiEiSIinDEnsra'X.Aii 2ST03IITEEIS. j$Mfa0frm&ftJ?fJ V) wfiir'Mf?jjf13r -- No Call For the Shotgun. CJUMUTO BOUHHG fWC POSlTrOK; t f ' jciwwty ftmil US Juflt an I reached tho crest of tho ''j-t' Of TK IIAWWC WSWCS6 I came to a Cumberland nicanfuin L -- -t COWiTRf. mountaineer's cnbin, with tho husband ' &mowE'jouRmrxu. , and wifo sitting on a lo at tho door. Tho woman had lirr juv tied up, and there was a wild loo iti her eyes, and after pawuiur tho time of day I naturalTHEly inquired wliut wus w rung with her. Toothache, sail," replied tho husband. "She's hud it nigh upon a week, but elio'fl bin demerit today. Wo was to cum along. " jest waitin fnr Opens September IO, 1896. "Can't it bo cured?' "Ileckon not, pah. I3e.st way is to Instruction is'provided in Agriculture, Horticulture, Mechanical Engineering, pull it out. I've got the pincers here to Civil Engineering, Claics, Normal School Work and in three Scientific Courses of do it with, and I want yo' to help mo a Study, viz: Chemical, Biological and Mathematical. bit" County appointees receive tuition, matriculation, room rent, fuel and lights free, "I'll help, of cour.su, but I never pulb'd a tooth for any one in my life." rounty appointees who remain ten consecutive months or one year also receive trav"That's nil right. She'll lay down eling expenses l!oard in Dormitory J2 25 per week; in private families $2 to $4. yero on her buck, and I'll hold her down For catalogues and other information, address whilo yo' pull. I've tried it twice over, JAMES K. PATTERSON. Ph D, LL D President, Lexington, Ky. but nho gitu nwny from me." "Are you willing, ma'am?" I asked of the woman. "I'm willin, of co'se," ho replied as hImj removtyi the Luudago from her jaw "This is xU tooth right yere. " "Yen, Ihh it." "D'ye nckon yo' kin pull it?" "I think lean." "Wall, iMnv, don't muke no mistake. WIhui yo' git hold, don't let go, no mutter how much I holler. If bho cums Wc do not propose directly to make you a present, but oaf, all nht" if you need anything in our line, you can save enough "But, ma'am, you .see" "Git hold," she interrupted as sho money by dealing with us to make yourself a nice presfoil over tiw lo,r and her husband sat ent Come and see the many things wc are offering down on lier and got a finu liold of her Kim tn )uJl iwr Kiul COST, "Got to do it, stranger," said tho ' num us I lxltutnL "Site's got to that paw whar Hlwll shoot if yo' don't. Clap on tixi pincers and bust Hunthhi." , It wtw a rolid doable tooth, htandiug alone, and I ot a firm hold, bractxl my feet, iuxi with a rwit and a pull I had it oat. Not even a grovu escaped the woman. She roso up, took tho tooth THK HERD OF from tiw nippers tuwl looked ivt it for a inomc ut, ivud tlien tunuxl to mo with : "StraiHOT, I don't know 1kw loud were selected Irom tr.o bet herdi yo' kin hoot nor lunv fur yo' kin jump, of My Breeder! breed of e etal d.flrrent thu lamoui i.uit but from tiw way yo' fotched this tooth Staiei A splendid lot ot pi;tla of ditreat ati out I'm willin to rWlcve yor a purry for tale. Bred iowi a ipe.ialt Satisfaction Corieipoodence solicited. Addrcti potxl man. Jist pot down and talk with guarantt-eBRONAVGII, Jim, nnd I'll hev a smack roady in about v SOUTH. '" ' tftyj&toen. rrrofcoT State College of Kentucky I -- a , t-- AT "a W. P. TATE, Stanford. BLUF-GHA- SS SrcCRED HOGS. R. H. Crab Orchard, Ky five minlts." fSPBRHPUBfe'. Her Jarw Was Sot. I MUM Ml ..- - , On tho hill beyond tho creek was tho cabin of a Mjuattcr, and as I drew near a man about 60 years old, who bod been pouted on a stump, roso up aud saluted mo and queried: "Strtmper, low fur up tho road hev H. C. RUPLEY, -- -- wtjljT-jT-2 . II. TEinsrasTzisro-- s iBiK'sr.nsr. ' yo' aim thiS mawnin?" "Prom Harper's Corners, " I replied. "And did yo' rnoct up with a woman on tho way?" ' THE MER6HANT TAILOR Is Receiving his- - pi - ' ' About fivo miles buck I met a littlo old womau going tho other way." "Was she weopiu?" MYes. Was lwr jaw Botf" "Yes, I think it was. " "Wus her jaw eot like a mewl when ho is determined not to pull?" M "No." &PHINK& AND SUMMER Stock. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. BABY CARRIAGES Must Co I de- The supply is more than the mand. $5.00 Carriage:, for $4 00. $6 00 Carriages for $500. $7.00 Carriages for J56.00. ?S 00 Carriages for $7.00 $10.00 Carriages for SS.oo. 5 1 2.00 Carriages for $ o. 00. S13 00 Caniages for $11.00. 1 W. W, WITHERS, :f T11H Undertaker, and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, &c, Stanford, Ky. " WMAS HAH 1IU1S "She hud her tooth Iwtrd shut and lookod pit.rj" ugly." "And wlmt dul slw Fay?" to eeich "Nothing. Wo simply other iw wo piflod. Do yoa knov tho JAb TIll VI Iwl This Is tho licst mnrkct nnd ours Is tho best homo to ship to. Wo mako liberal advances on consignments. Resides wo havo better facilities than other houses In having many lcrgo factories to supply. Wo get you tho top price and pay spot cash ; not fu trade No traveling agents. Ship all your wool and farm produce direct to HERNDON-CARTE- R WOOL- - WOOL. i M -- . .ZRITZHI-CrZEe SE3'T7'-AILiT- i. of superbly appointed reaches the principal cities of the South with a sen-icmoans sho'll keep right on to Brother through trains. Day Coasbcs f.nd Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Chattaxsew uneans, miaaia, xuawu, Jim's, and that 111 lwv to roller arter nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, aienuian, her and beg Iter puxding and promise and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping cars to kdoxviuc, 1101 apnngs her a new kaliker dreew befo' she'll cum and Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to jacicsou, vicKsourg, winroe back." and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and "Thou slw's left you before?" California, " 'Bout 100 times, sah, and it alius San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and via New Orleans or via Shreveport.; works that way. If shosweuns, sho'll bo Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinuati back befo' night, if her jaw is eot, I hev Free Parlor to go arter her and knock under. As with every accommodation to patrons. this Is n cans of sotness I might as well Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor aud Observa- git along and try to owrtako lier. Sor- tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and ry I can't ax yo' to stop, but yo' seo how Chattanooga. can't it is. Sotnoss is sotnoss, and W. O. Rlnearson, Chas.WZell. unsot it aud must thnrfo' mnko tho best . csr. O. P. J.. Cxncinnail, 0. Kv. Pau'r Agt., Ctncinnaxi. 0 M. Quad. of it." e j-- I orter, us she's uiy wife. " "Oiil TTvui sIwSj gout to tho store?" "No. Wo htul n fuss this mawnin, aiwl site's left too. Jlrft put ou hex bun-n- it and said bho'd never cum bock. " "But sho will, of coarse?" "I axed yo' rf sho was woopln, mkl yo' said hho witsn't. If slioM been veop-itimt. Mxxild moan that she'd Uko a walk down to tho Cornel's tuid bock and mako up with mo. I axed yo if lwr jaw was sot, and yo' said it was. That "Ifcx-kon, WIHIKIU?" 110 Third Street, or 313 to 310 MurroU Court, CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. THE Queen &Crescent ROUTE jpgrsy r Failure. Oibclb Excub8ion. Write 0. D Bet-caLast summer one of oar grand children was sick THE COMING OK DAUV general passenger agent Kentucky with a severe bowel trouble. Our doctor's remeUjkjii tho table before ler were a When a baby comet to the home rr.il bapplnwj dies had (tiled, then we tried ChaaberUln's Colic, Midland, Frankfort (or information re comes. The care an ' ninety count for nothing Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedv, which gave very Canadian cent and a plugged quarter, and garding the Btearaboat excuraiona from agilnit theofclinging touch of the little handi func- speedy relief. We regard It as the best modicinc her 6haro of tho gato receipts of lu?r the aound the little voice. The highett on the market for bowel complaints. ever High Bridge or Sbakertown to Frank-for- tion civcn to human beiriffi If brlnsinir haalthv Mrs. nut G. Grczorj, Fredcrickstown, Mo. This four hmulrtxlth souvenir public vedding E. hippr children into the world. Uver imrtjr years certainly is the best medicine ever put on the to Uio living skeleton. Arrangements aro completed for pyu ins ucoui ui vruntvu appealed to Ut. Pierce. ma'kettot dysentery, summer complaint, colic Over all tho trembling gaslight cast the Invalids' It handling large excursion parties by rail now cruel consultlu physician toIluftalo, N. Y. and cholera infantum In children. tn never falls Hotel and Surelcal Institute, of a reasonable its garish gleam. Detroit Tribune. to give prompt relief when used The to High Bridge, thence Kentucky river nr result of his study, improved by thirty years time and the plain printed directions are followed practice, ii embodied tn Dr. Fieice't Favorite Many mothers have expreesrd their sincere gratilie Won, steamer "Burnefde" to Frankfort, and Prescription. It itrengthem, purifies and makes tude for the cures it has effected. healthy the organs distinctly iemmine It civet Jospar What a lot of pockets you home again by rail. There is no more weak women the strength and health necessary For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. have in that suit? I'll bet that thero lor the production ot healthy children, and it delightful excursion than this trip. i Chamberlain's Couzh Remedy curas colds, has never been anything in half of them. makes the bearlns of those children easy. It is croup and whooping cough. It it pleasant, safe to cure any weakness or derangement pecuJumpnppe I'll go you. My wife's The Whitley county fair will be held lureto women; s'opi pain, soothes inflammation, and reliable. liar strengthens, purifies, invigorates. Augers havo been in every Truth. For sale by Craig & Hocker, HUnlord Ky. J Sept. t. 2-- 4. "Marriage," exclaimed tho fat an, "is n failure." MOST IN QUANTITY. wom- BEST IN QUALITY. WORMS ! WHITE'S CREAM Right in Sight Sure Saving Shown General VERMIFUGE! 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Tbe Extreme Sonthesutera Foist For Judge of the Court ol Appeals, Is I ! f fc r&l P w A new candldato for pnblio favor la EdlUO by Will M. CUurwin.! Dawfoskio island, ono of tho island ' Following is a summary of tho prinnot far distant from Savannah and on AsFcla!ty WORKMANSHIP HECOND TO cipal sermons recently delivered in the of tho most interesting historically. MONK Gilt c1k reference lo and out United States and Canada by tho leading EXCURSION TO OLD POiyT COMol toe State Ask jour Danville Dawfuskio is tho Indian naino of tho clergymen, priests, prelates, religious FORT. friends about my wolk, island. It ia some sis miles in length teachers and profsors of UreChriHtian On Tuesday, August 11th, the o find four miles in width, noted for its faith. In every instance tho text has T. F. CLARKE. & Ohio Railway Company will fish, oysters and crabs and famous of been carefully rend and abbreviated: Clemens House llulMlnj, Danville, Ky. ran its annual excursion to Old Point lato years for its doer hunting. Tho Sclttncn. Comfort, Va. The excursion will leaVe wero very partial to it that is, hand." "I guess not," grunted an old toper Science has developed into natural Lexington, Ky., nt 4:30 r. m. on a special jndgiug from tho mounds, tomahawks, who was looking for just that kind of a theology. Rev. D. M. Fisk, Congregavestibnled train, and arrives at Old Point arrowheads and other relics of that snap. tional 1st, Toledo, O. Uncle RuU Say, don't tlvem elecComfort at 3 r. it. next afternoon. No roco which aro still to bo found on tho Law, Attorney "I soy you can and haw tho beat tric cars kill people pretty often round island. It is tho southeasternmost poiut MruiliootL other excursion affords as much pleas-tir- e there is going. But I wouldn't livo there here? Tlw world mvds not more men, bat of South Carolina, and directly oppoand enjoyment as atrip to Old Point. Slops Up to 'nw j only onoot site Tybeo island, and iu what was if they deeded mo tho whole shooting more man. Rev. C. W. Guillctto, Office on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court The Hygeia Hotel and its Date. formerly known as St Luke's parish, match. There aro more snakes there Methodist, Cincinnati. House. Collections receive especial attention. IS management and appointments, as a Beaufort district, but now legally desig- than there are leaves in Formosa, or Oriel. Ilucklln's Arnica Balvo stopping place; its table second to none. nated as i'emassoo township, Beaufort wherever it is. They can run liko a moSolitary grief is the most severe burSan Francisco. The best salve in the world for cuts, brulieis Portland tor oar and climb a tree liko a cat " on the Atlantic coast; the invigorating county. den to humanity. Rev. F. B. Webb, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap,.To tbe "Ughi" shuddered tho toper. ped bands, chilblains, corns and all akla eruptions Tho island was at ono timo tho propPresbyterian, Columbia, Tenu. a plunge in the surf, the l positively cure piles, or no pay repuired. It Is "And you people don't havo any magnificent fishing and sailing make Old erty of the Mongin family, who settled storms up here. Ono of your cyclones luaranteed to give pertect satlsfactiou or money The lllble. refunded. Price 15 cents per box. For tale by it about 1760, and up to tho beginning wouldn't bo a fresh broczo down there. Wo ore not calld upon to defend tho W II. ,.Via The., Point a tnoBt desirable place to go. The McRobri druggist. of ride from Lexington is an enjoyable eraltho lato war it was divided into sev- I'vo Kx?n 0 blow in Brazil turn an iron Bible. Tho Biblo will tako care of itplantations and had a population, feature. Afterja comfortable night on in addition to tho planters' families, of kottlo inside out I'd just bought a tick- self. Rev. Dr. Barron, Baptist, Dallas. Individuality. the cars, breakfast is taken at Clifton about 1,500 slaves. Several places on et for a place 00 miles away ono evenf 3TOXX. & There is no rulo for right living. Each Forge in the crest of the Allegheny tho island aro still owned by tho de- ing, when I'll bo darned if the wind up and lifo has its own problem to face, Rev. mountains. The rido then continues scendants of tho Mongins, Bloody Point didn't pick tho littlo station tSl IctuvmtjiiwAimTi CKiuotfrS- land me right where I wanted to go. It Henry Hostctler, Presbyterian, Sioux " over mountain and through valley, past by Mr. Mongin Stoddard and Melroso was dono bo quick that the old clock City, Ia Near Kallroad Crossing, East cf Depot, by Mr. Alfred H. Stoddard. Only Diolnj Car Route From STANFORD, KY. Richmond and Williamsburg, reaching . Inequality. didn't get through striking The following story of Dawfuskio is- wo wero making tlw trip. seven while Old Point in time for an afternoon surf In America today thcro is ono law Rood, Clean, Cheap. ........Corn and Hay taken I located a land appeared in Tho Morning News of In eichanc e. Come and see us. bath. All of these pleasures for only June 24, 1878, and is all of its early gold mine on top of a hill, and it was for Croesus and another for his Rev. G. Q. Rose, Episcofull of gold. One niht tho wholo top 112. Round trip:tickets good until Auhistory that can bo found: of that infernal hill blew away, and palian, San Antonio, Tex. gust 31st, 1S96. Write for any informa-io- n "Tho massacre of Bloody Point, when found Elegant Pullman Vestibnled I it a lot of Spaniards had Flirtation. though previous to tho Rovolutionury desired. Sleep" ol Modern Pattern. jumped the claim. " Q. W. Babnby, D. P. A., Mother Evo was tlw first flirt, and For map or any Information, ajdreis war, is still interesting as relating to "How8 tbe grocery business?" tho wholo human race has been similarly Lexington, Ky. tbe ancient history of St Luke. Tho ritANKM. RE1D.) f K.H.BACON I III at the Russell Springs, Iu Russell county, ... O. P. Agent, I or D. P. A , islands of Port Royal and St Helena brusquely asked a man who had come afflicted ever since. Rev. A. B. Chal- Ky., 00 J. ) Chicago. Louisville QUEEN AND CRESCENT. wero pretty thickly settled with white in a minute before, but tho South Amer- mers, Christian Church, Cleveland, its sure to call for 8, 1896, population when Hilton Head, Dow ican traveler had vanished as though on rwsoo, Moacn, Route. A Nw Departure in Excursions. A Dusky, Pinckney and tho other neigh- tho wings of a South American storm, Offer Itr sa!e about Denver. America 1ms taught the world that St Paul. new departure in excursions will be boring islands wero "Runs a littlo one horse grocery out held in possession made Saturday, the 25th, in the shape of by a few isolated Indians or wero alto- hero at Jumptown, " continued tho new- tho supremely good soldier loves peace 200 Acres of Land, Including Rusdeplores a special train to High Bridge from gether uninhabited. They formed a kind comer. "Never been out of Michigan in andR. Rich, tho horrors of war. Rov. sell Springs, Methodist Dubois, Pa his life. Heavyweight champion liar A Somerset and all pointB North. Arriv- of neutral ground between tlie white Prayer. Tofther with all tbe Household and Kitchen ing at High Bridge, the excursionists and red men. Tho Indians from Georgia of the world. "Detroit Free Press. and it Furs Prayer is tho telephone over which equal ltur. ucon a credit ol ft. is to settle months. installments. This sale is the eswill rind the handsome Bteanrer Burcside were in tho habit of making frequent DUaralacri Compliment. wo talk and receive an answer. It is tho tate of A. M. Vauchan, deed. New Line lit wren Cincinnati, II II nt'NllAR. in waiting to make a six hour run down inroads upon tho whito settlements, Master Com'r Russell Circuit Court. killing tho inhabitants aud carrying off to The gentleman farmer, so called, has lever by which tlw rock ure moved. the famous liver to Frankfort, where a put up with many jokes at his Rev. F. H. SlKxld, IVietbytcriau, Sioux whatever plunder they could gather, to stop will be made until evening to per- their remoter homes tho in print In real life he is not of- City, la in farther south. MImIosm. Solid Trains, mit the excursionists to visit the State They formed largo war parties and ten treated taepiheaii8 amusing ivs ono Jesus Christ was ubovo all a missionwhich recently came to our esirs. Fast Time, House, Penitentiary, etc. The excursionwould proceed oa far north as Hilton Before leaving his place for a winter ary, and no church etui lie inibaed with ists will be brought home in the early Head. Here they would skulk about till Excellent Equipment. evening via the Kentucky Midland Rail- a fair chanco offered, when they would visit to gayer scenes tho farmer of tho his spirit and notC.have a real for misInaugurated May 24. Presbyterian, ancodoto called his Hibernian hood man sions. Rov. R. way and the Q. & 6. route. The rate if cross Broad river and ravage the neigh- and said: THE SCHEDULE, Nashville. only $2 covering the whole round trip, boring settlements; henco tho name of Lve. Cincinnati OuiImIoil. 900 a. tn. JP,to. "Flynn, I havo to bn nway for a fort President. Atr. Toledo William Shelton, ) 15 p. m. 1Jin. boat ride and trains, from points be- Skulk crock (aud not Skull, as is now night I hope everything will iron There aro chapters in tlw Bible that Arr. Detroit 6 it a. 01. 5 45 p. m. written). have not Uen read, I venture to say, in smoothly on the farm. " tween Somerset and Junction City. From Throueh coacbee and parlor cars 00 dae trains. "Tho Indiana wero in tho habit of re Preparatory, Acadenlc and Colleii-at- Through coaches, Wagner bleeping Cars Cincia. "Oh," said Flynn hcvirtily, "yo don't any pulpit in Ohio during tho last 50 Piimsrr, ol ttudy points between Junction City and Bur-pi- n turning to Skulk creek after these inCourses natl tu Toledo and Cincinnati to Detroit on night do a bit o' harm, sir, when yo'ro hero. " years. Rev. E. L. Rexford. Universal-ist- , Schools of Music, Art and Elocution trains the rate is 11.50. See bills and ask vasions and would eludo pursuit among No service between Cincinnati, DeColumbus, O. Youth's Companion. The Scholastic Year for ltV-- 7 lll open Men troit is AS GOOD AS OUH NEW Toledo and agents for particulars. its numerous nooks and windings. Upon YORK LINK. dar,ept 7, and continue forty weeks, Mrthodliirn. AS f.OOD AS OUR CHICAGO LINK, Q. & 0. to Latonia,l fare for round ono of thc60 occasions, after having school Flefore decidmc to No Lonjtr Acsreaalwi It is the light infantry, well supported your daughters, be surewhat scud ier you vei'l send lluj AS GOOD AS OIR ST LOUIS LINK, our 'W trip from Somerset and other points committed u number of murders unci lour tickets throueh via "Wc Four." " What I object to about tho 'new by tho artillery and cavalry of other de- CfltttloKUf. Addressto I or full information cail on srents cr address having loaded their canoes with whatNorth. S. SAl'KI.EY, MRS. NANNIE E. O McfORMACK, D. II MARTIN. ever plunder they were able to collect, woman,' " said tho upprcheusivo man, nominations. It is the chief reformer of lf Lady l'rmcipal Pass Trarrc.Mgr Gen, Pass. A Tkl. Agl, tho eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. W. 0. Rinkarsojj, G. P. A., CincinnB having secured a quantity of "fire wa- ' 'is that she pushes ahead too fast " Rev. G. L. Tufts, Methodist Cincinti.O. "Oh, I dont know, " replied tho man ter," it is presumed, from tho 6equel, ..IF VOU ARICOIN O... nati. they passed through Skulk creek on in bicyclo clothes. Marvoloua Results. The 1'rlo.t. "She wants to do us much work as a ok From a letter written by Rev. J. Gundermau, their return south without stopping in Tho faithful, loyal, duvotd priest is of DimoodaU, Mich., we are permitted lo make their old haunts and never halted until man dot. " THE ... this extract: "I have no hesitation in recommend"You're wrong. You get a tandem, tho highest type of Christian miuilrood, ing Dr. King's New Discovery, a the remits they reached Dow Dusky, where they rido up a hill with one of them, and a patriot of the purvnt and noblest caliwere almost marvelous in the case of my wire. thought they would bo beyond tho reach Junction City, Ky. While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Rives you'll And out your mistake." Wash- ber, and the largest benefactor of man Juoction she was brought down with pneumonia of the whites. kind. Rev J M. Fleming. Catholic, succeeding la grippe. Terrible paroxisms cf cough-in' 'A very strong and determined party ington Star. Lawrence, Muss. would list for hours with little intermission New Management, of whites went in pursuit of them. On and it seemtd as if she ceuld not survive them. A He Saw. fvwwloa. friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery; reaching Hilton Head they learned from Extensive Improvements, it was quick in Us work and highly satisfactory in a fow Indians of u friendly tribe that Hotel Clerk (suspiciously ) Your bun-dlWhatever may l truo in earthly polLOUISVIILC 4 NMVIUI R. 1. results. Trial bottles free at W. H. McRoberts' Excellent Appointments. has coiuo apart May I ask whut itics, aud I urn intensely mmthern in my Drug Store. Regular size 53c and $1. their enemies had not halted, but hud iuxtincts nnd sympathies, iu tlw kingproceeded on south. Having induced that queer thing is? Is tbe line for you, as Its Guest That is a now patent Are es- dom of heaven there is and can bo no Tbe Electric Bitters. these friendly Indians to join them as mod accessible Summer Rrtort tn Kenany guides, they Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for The K'eatot diersity ol continued their pursuit cape. I always carry it, so in case of right of w region. Rev. R. IL Cotton, tucky.found any where. White Mineral Waters TrnlxiN season, but perhaps more generally needed in the to be Sulphur, lllsck Makeclose connections at b'prlng, when the languid, exhaus'ed feeling prefarther south. v hen they hud gone on flre I can let myself down from tho ho- Episcopalian. Dallas. Sulphur, Chalybeate, Kpeom, Magnesia, Sr't, tol window. See? vails, when the liver is torpid and sluggish a d Alum, Ac, in an abundance. Hops every Friday LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI 1h1 win. the need of a tonic and alterative is felt A prom p as far as Dow Dusky, they discovered night Music by splendid orchestra. Write lor I see. Our Clerk (thoughtfully) Tho end of life is not to do good, Circular and Analysis of waters. Table first use 01 this medicine has ol ten averted long and from tho emoko of their camp that tho For all points. terms for guests with flro cwcap, 6ir, though a vast number of Christians Class perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine will Indians had halted at tho southeast TdMOUGH TICKKTS SOLD. more surely in counteuctlng and freeing the act caph in advance. Now think ho. It is not to win souls, though HAGOAOK CHECKED THROUGH system from the malarial poison. Headache, in- point of tho island. Tho whites landed aro invariably J. B. OWENS & SON, For any information ejaulre cf digestion, constipation, dlziintss yield to Electric on tho northwest portion and murched York Weekly. many say so. lno end or 1110 is to do 36 Junction City, Ky. JOKS. HICK. Agent, bitters. Only 50c per buttle at V. U. toward tiieir enemies. Tho Indians had tho will of God. Rev. Dr. Jucksou, Stanford, Ky drug store. A Good Many Liko Mm. John II. Cait'ercau. Methodist, Columbus, O put all thoir bouts a short distance AC. I "You wero fairly beaten, weren't Mrs. RhcdieNoah, of this place, was taken in up what is now known us Now river, Crrx!. the night with cramping pains, and the next day to avoid tho surf which breaks upon you?" diarrhoea set iu. She took a half bottle cl blackOne might ns well expect to get well "Oh, yes." berry cordial, but got no rebel. She then sent to tho point Tho Indiuus wero at tho exOnly Dnecl Lite ltttween saved by a ' 'Then why are you contesting tho by Imudling pills us to me to see if had anything that would help her. I sent her a bottle ot Chamberlain's Colic, Chole- treme point enjoying themselves in on olectinu?" creed. Whether ono Wi a Methodist or ra and Diarrhoea Remedy and the first dose re- unwonted round of conviviality and is a Shortcst.aod quickest between lieved her. Another of our neighbors had been "Just to keep before tho people. his Presbyterian or Episcopalian Rev. mas- INSURANCE COMPANY The whitea approached causick for about a week and had tried different rem- feasting. ter of small iniportunou. .J. L Frankfort, Goorgrotown and PariB, for diarrhoea, but kept getting worse. I sent tiously and stealthily, and, having got is u mlfthty forgetful world, you know. " edies Viuioe, Presbyterian, Nashville. Oarllolo, MayBvlllo, Oynthiana, him this remedy. Only lour doses were reAtlanta Constitution. OF LIVERPOOL. quired to cure him. lit sajshe owes his recovery between tho Indians and their boats, Falmouth and Covington. Ilapptnnt. to this wonderful remedy. Mrs. Mary Sibley, effectually cut off their retreat A Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Traint Relied III IlepuUtlon. Sidney, Mich. Wo must give ourselves to others run by Central Standard Time. shower of bullets was tho first intima"Hear about Barrick? Fell off his For sale by Craig A llocker, Stanford, Ky. Time TabU April 19, g$6. wo shall And our own chiefest joy. B3RBEE C8STLEH3H. tion they had of tho prcsenco of an en- wheel last night on his head and was No. i. No. 3. No. y. TRAINS EAST. emy. They wero shot down, bayoneted, unconscious for more than three hoars. " The true happiness of lifo is not found a. tn, MANAGERS, p. ci. p. m. in tho getting, but iu the giving. And sabered and wero finully driven into tho A 6 jj 4 oj Lea Franklort 00 "You don't say Well, wclL I never wo can gut happiness in no other way. " Elkborn 18 . so ECU. 7CJ Commerce Building-- Louisville. " Stamping Uround 7 17 44 37 thought it would affect him that way. Rev. Dr. Putnum, Presbyterian, at "Tho surpriso was completo ; thomoa-sacr- o I have so often heard him spoken of as a ij " OeorgMown.il... 7 4 431 Iud. Agents Throughout the South. a 10 Arr. C. S. Depot was dreadful; tho whito sands such a hard headed business man." 30a " Fans ...C ....750 5 33 I 30 4 00 Devoot Mothers. wero crimsoned with blood, and the Cincinnati Enquirer. A devout, picas mother contributes TRAINS WEST. No. t. No. 4. No. to. No. 8. earth was strewn with wounded, dying a. ui. p. ra. a. m. p. m. more to tho propagation of religion and and dead. A few, very few, escaped by Appropriately Named. Lve Paris. .....C - 9 jo 35s 4 33 LOCAL AGENT, tho strength of a nation than tho serswimming, somo to tho opposite marsh, " C. a. Depot 6 jj 10 is Hoax What Is Chisler going to call " Georgetown B 10 40 6 30 343 6 40 and one swam entirely over to Tybee, that statue of his representing a young mons of Augustine or Chrysostom or Stanford, - - - Kentucky. " Stauip'g Oro'd 10 38 634 7 ay tho transccudaut eloquence of Burke or WILL CURE distance of three miles. From the dread- man in tears? 11 11 iS Klkborn J7lf 7 7 33 Are Frankfort A... 11 30 Webster. Rev. F. Riordon. Catholic, 7 S3 813 ful carnage at this spot it received the 3oox Ho calls it "Crossed In Love. " Lawrence, Muss. Scrofula, Salt Rheum, namo of Bloody Point which it retains Hoax Oh, I see. Chisler cut him SUNDAY TRAINS. to this time, it being tho extreme south- out Philadelphia Record. The Old Testament. Sores, Boils. Pustules, Leave Georgetown 10 40 a. m; arrive Frankfort We need have no fear that tho Bcfen-ti11 30 a.m. Eczema, Tetter, eastern point of South Carolina. After Leave Frankfort 4 93 p. tn. arrive Georgetown and hchohtrs will rob us of the Old Her Sympathetic Second. this decisive victory tho scttlemonta to and all diseases of the blood and tho north of Broad river received no Stanford, with 1 11 P. rn Tostument One thing will render that A goad Residencelot.House in The lotcontaini a he Kentucky Midland Railway and connec- on same for sale. " acre, and can lie easily divided, putting store Uons form the shortest and cheapest route toaJI impossible tho world will never give further molestation from the southern Makes You Well. bouse and residence on separate lots. At reascn. ooiatf (South, East, North and West. up Jesus Christ Ho is tlw first and tbe able price and en easy terms. Apply to QPor farther Information apply to their agents. Indigestion, constipation and dys- Indians, and 60on after Hilton Head C. D. 1IERCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent.. began to be settled by tho whites. last of all. Rov. C. R. Hemphill, PresJJtf J. N. SAUNDERS, Stanford, Ky. GEO. B. HARPER, Ilec'r & Gen.Sup pepsia, kidney and liver disease Tho Indians who escaped, having colbyterian, Louisville. Frankfort Kv ' yield to its curative powers and lected after a lapso of Bomo time, reTruth. turned to Hilton Head, and, finding Tho man of truth is tho man of power. when cured it only two of tho tribo who had guided Tho falo man is the weak man. Tho MST Keeps You Well. tho whites in their pursuit, avjjnged tho man of truth is the bruvo man. The downfall of their own tribo by destroyfalso man is the coward. Tho man of Sold in Lincoln county by ing both of them. They then returned truth ifi tho leader. The falso man is tho I am still agent for Falls Branch Coal and will BUCK EYE keep a south and were lost' sight of ever after. straggler and tho deserter. Rev. C. H. as you supply of all kinds of Coal, so you get such W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. want at the lowest possible pncea for Cash. Such ia tho tradition in St Luko's." Thuring, Presbyterian, Clovoland. " Penny's Drug Store, Office, Mill St. and Railroad Crossing, opposite Roller Mills. Savannah Newa J.B.HrGGlNS Home. Craig & Hocker, 37 Stanford, Ky. There aro so called religious homes W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. Corrected. CURES NOTHING BUT PILES.' that aro liko tombs, joyless, dork, parF. B. Twidwell, Papa (just arrived from down town) ents long faced, sanctimonious, bigoted, Well, whero's Bessie? Why isn't she SURE and CERTAIN CURE J. A. Hammond, Hubble. forever drawling out heartless prayers " II r.irs running to meet me, as usual? known for 15 years as the McKinney. Tanner Bros., and making Suuduy a day to bo dreaded Mamma Bessie boa been naughty BEST REMEDY for PILES.! nbovo all days of tho wtk. Rev. H. Powers. J. F. Alstott, l'.r.;"'"iW and disobedient I havo hod to deprive H. Barbour, Baptist, Columbus, O. OLD BY ALT. llKVOOHTI. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. her of her playthings, and she has been Ky. FriptHitrBICHAESHH MID CO., ST.L0UI8. Mrs. Hcupeck This is where my Ood1 Glory. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Sole proprietor Dean's Black Diamond Roil weeping bitter tears in her own room first husband was buried. If tbo Zulus Christianity is not an ideal that canfor painting- Wood, ,nV for the last half hour. Yours for Health, Roofs. Satisfaction ruaranteed! hadn't killed him in that dreadful war, not bo reduced to practice, A man can it1 and Vmal. '"fnhed Voicoof Bessie (from adjoining room) you wouldn't bo my husband today. Al root painted wtth Dean'a Black Diamond WANTED-A- N eell goods in God's namo and in God's Paint guaranteed for years. Deal rrs lo best Cts-James T. Cooke, Tears ain't bitter. They're salt. thine to patent T Protect your lrtens t they may Mr. Hcupeck Ah, what a curse war glory. Ho can practice medicine, run a r.s tHarrodsburg, Ky. ;elth. Attorneys, Chicago Tribune. .w.."ff. sill WaRouCO., PatentWrite JOHNWashington. is! Pick Mo Up. railroad or lead a great political party! w npth..liaYln.l..nffu. Of New Castle. Chess-peakIn-dia- JUDGE W. S. PRYOR of Boats Carolina The Tragedy or Bloody Point, That Wiped Out a Whole Tribe) of Itv dl avast. and Was I la World Champfoa. "I'm dono with South America," bo declared with an air of disgust as ho looked at tho other loungers in tho hotol regaling parlor and sipped a gloss of beer, "Nutans overdoes everything down thcro. Melon vines grow so fast that tho melons ore mined by being dragged over tho grouud. Where tho Boil is most fertile tho natives have to go op in a balloon to pick grapes. Corn grows so tall that crows oot it out of gun range, and tho stalks have to bo cut down with an ax. Tho grass comes on so fast that tho farmers make hay every week, and there is enough fruit raised to Buppjjr tho markets of tho world. A man can livo there without turning a B Bad Oea Spetllr RELIGIOUS THOUGHT. AN EPITOME OF THE SERMONS At Uaaai, "When tbo Bleeping car went over tho embankment, wero you hurt?' ' 'Oh, no. Tho porter hold mo np. Detroit Freo Prom. Bnflsctoot, Superior Plumbing! , m Of A " WEEK. Ttewa and Prroepia on Peterson, the noma, Ura workman of 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE i Immortality, Happlne, the litble, Prayer, Politic, Truth, DcRenoraUon, Pcaoa, DoToat Mother, the Prlrxst, Etc Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f Water Pipes, Porcelain Bath Tubs W. S. BTJROH, Stanford, at Kentucky. "up-to-dat- e, NORTHWEST SON, DEALERS IN COAL, (IlMliti; w 1 houso-buildcr- s. I.OXJXSVXI.X.X ITotioa Sal of Land TO CHICAGO. Saturday, August "Big Four" Toledo and Detroit. STANJOBD - Rt-od- , Female College. - e Linnietta Springs, 1NTORTK WEST, (t o Double Daily Mc.-obeit- s 1 1 IOYAJU Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort e bo-fo- re S Cooke's 1 1 , 1 1 Sarsaparilla W. A. THXBBXil., M .. st RESIDENCE FOR SALE. e it-Se- lf 9- - store-hous- COAL ! J. T. JONES, TABLER'SDII OINTMENT rlUli D mm 1.I1I ! a K i MMfcrllF "' Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, IDEAM .. WKDTDKR-nUKN- oV , V. 0.s -- Hr , A -, .- O -- l r rtrjwf" 1 -- Warren Shelby sold to Will Kenney I Sbeiby Tevis tella us that hia en-- a fencing, which I small bunch of steers at 2.85. tire crop o( 300 acrea of wheat nnd oats Pjiescriition work dono at lowest cash A. 0. Sine, Stanford, Ky. to Harvey Helm. James W. Allen sold 124 sheep at' has about ruined In tho ehock and that " prices. Craig & Uocker. the Georgetown court Monday at 2 25 he is feeding it to the hogs. He ba July 21, 189G Stanford, Ky., Lincoln county republicans evidently DEATH DOINGS. Lead pencils, extra good, 10c dozen. thought to S2.85. bought about 200 at 2 to 3c. the ratification at Lexington Craig & Uocker Cash House. The news of tbe death of Mr. S. S. JameB B.Gentry baa bred tbe dam Farria A Whitley bought of Tom yesterday was too big a thing for them E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Myers, which occurred at tbe hospital of Oracle back to Imp. Order and expects Middleton (10 acres of growing corn adin imported Parisian novelties as none attended. Latest of the College ot Medicine, at Louisville, a world beater. joining Mr. Farria farm at $10 per acre. in gents' neckwear at Shanks'. Measles. John W. Pace, who is here Wednesday night, though expected, A letter from the agent ol a harvest Good judges estimate that it will make. You should take your prescriptions to from Leslie county, 1b caused many a pang in the hearts that ing machine company, who has been 12 Home grown watermelons were sold for barrels to the acre. Tom Yeager PennyY drug store wheru prompt and on the streets yeBterday for the first time recovering from a Bevero attack of meas- loved him here, for ho was a noble, and traveling all over Indiana, states that started tbe trotter, Jtm Lawrence in tho accuratoservlco is guaranteed. les. Jailer DeBord has proven himself a generous mau, whom evervbody liked. d of the wheat in that State will 2.35 trot, puree tOO, at this season. Aurora, III., Frii most excellent nurse and doctor in hia For months he had been Buffering with not be harvested, and that of day and got fourth money. Advocate. I'EltSUNM, 1'OINTS. Youu account Is duo and ready for you. case. what appeared to bo jaundice and his the remainder will not yield five bushels This disheart-nin- g Btory is telegrnpb-e- d Mrb. A, G. Eastland la visiting rela- - I need money and ask that you pay me society of the More-lan- d complexion took on an unearthly yellow an acre. The ladies' aid from Lexington Four inches of rain at once. H. 0. Itupley. Mercer. Union S. S. will give an ice cream hue. He tried many medicinps and sev Gay Bros. Mattie Bridgeford won haa fallen in 21 hours Wheat can not relaMhs. Ohaiilkb Hewitt la vlalting Your account at M. S. & J. V. Baugh-nian'- supper Friday night, July 31st, for the eral mineral watera without effect and it the J200 sweepstake for saddlers at the be threshed and has Bprouted in tho tives at Grab Orchard. is ready for you and you must set- benefit of the Sunday school. "Itebek- - was at last derided that he had a tumor Richmond fair Wednesday. Charlie shocks. Oats are also rotting in the Held Mas. Jambs I. Dailky has been quite tle it at once. Don't fail. ah at the Well" will draw a glass of in his stomach, and that an operation Sandidge got second money with Thorn- while tobscco is covered with mud and sick for a week or more. lemonade for any thirBty comer. All are alone could relieve him. He was told of ton Star, J. l.y Crenshaw third with broken down. Corn in the bottom lands SrscrAci.K3 fl 00 Pair, upwards, best cordially Invited to come help in a good its danger, but concluded to have it perMb. Thomas Mktlalk, of JeeHamlne, Monte Ohristo, Jr., and L. H. Harp is also damaged, and there will be only quality mid fitted accurately. Examina- caase. formed and accordingly went with his fourth with Stella H. joined Ills wife hero yesterday. half a crop of clover and timothv. wife to Louisville last week for that purLlTTLKMlSaJKANmWKAHKN 1h visit- - tion free, Danks, the jeweler. Acwl'ittkii. Mike Ryan, William Lay pose. The day before it was performedi ing Mra. K. G. Hail at Somerset. Fivk cents a dczan for great big roast- nnd Frank Ruper were tried yesterday If you haven't bought you a new M. F. Klkin organized h Maccabeetent ing ears is largely in evinence that there before Judge Dawson for cutting n wire which was last Saturday, he wrote to his at Paducah with 76 charter members. fence belonging to the Cincinnati South- sister, Mrs. S. 0. Trueheart, here that he is an untiBtully full corn crop on hand. fjared the worse, adding: "I am ready. Miib. W. K. Arnold and children, of ern Itiilroad. It was proven that the , A new set of buggy harness and a cur- company had placed its fenco acroes a Pray for me as I am doing for myself." Somerset, are visiting Mrs.S. I Slagg. Miss Jknnik Kkiij, of llustonville, ry comb and brush were Btolen from road that had been in use for 30 years and Tbe doctors found the tumor, but It had spent Boveral dajB with the Misses Cook. Capt. B. N. Roller's stable Wednesday. the judge thought the men were justi- made audi inroads that tbe operation was Now is your time. They are going at prices in the reach of all. MissMary A.Oami'Ubll, of HuBton-vlllnot successful and they so telegraphed fiable in removing it. It will soon be time to use It was 35 years ago Tuesday since the Is the guest of the Misses DeUord. Mrs. Trueheart, who has since been in 0 Drank Belladonna. Lester, the Miss Jknnik Duncan, of Lancaster, ie first great battle of the civil war was coiistant telegraphic communication with Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, hiB bedside. guest 0f her sister, Mrs. K. 0. War- fought that of Manassas and Bull Run. the ren. climbed up and got a bottle of belladonMr. Myers was born at Middleway, W. Ik you want a psir of trousers, remem- na off Misa Pkaiil Buhnside is spending a the mantle piece yesterday morn- Va., 49 years ago and long before he wbb And the like, and you should see my stock and get my prices few days with her pretty cousins in Gar- ber one of the largest, cleanest, newest, ing and drank a considerable quantity. old enough entered Mosby's command best and cheapest lines is to bo found at before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. rard. , DrnO'Bannon wbb absent and Dr. J. G. and served till the end of the war for the Mns. PktbhStrauii, Sit., and Mrs. Eli- Shanks'. Carpenter was Bent for. He gave the lit- cause he never ceased to love. In 1874 za Wright are visiting friends at Parks-villBank Stock. W. Carroll Shanks tle fellow an antidote, and he was doing he joined his sisters here, Mrs. True-heabought of Mr. John M. Hail five shares as well b could be expected at laBt acand Miss Mary Myers, and Miss II alms IUiilow, of Franklin, arof stock in the Farmers Bank it Trust counts. since then, with short intermiesions, he rived Wednesday to visit Miss Kate Al- Co. at $100. corn. The Methodists are putting a new has made Stanford bis home, helping his Aok.nt J. 8. Hies is attending the Richfence on their lot and two men are doing sisters at the college for yeara and enSarah Fendrlck, a Death. Aunt mond fair and Mr. W. H. Pettus Ib workNegro woman, died at her home the work. When we passed there the gaging in business for himeelf later. In ing in his stead. uear Barrow's pond Tuesday. She was other day six men were Bitting by look- 1S7S he married Mrs. Stallcup, of LouisDit. N II. McKinnky is holding down n member of the Sisters of the Mysteri- ing on. That'a what helps to make hard ville, and she with two daughters, AnDr. A. S. Price'a olllce during that gen- ous Tent and was burled with the cere- timeB. If everybody would work things nie Cleve and Emily, are left to mourn After careful deliberation between doing business ton a cash and' would be different. A loafer Is the last his loes. When be was seven yeara old tleman's absence. monies of the order. credit system and in view of the fact of the unsettled condition of fiMiaa Bkllk Woodson, of Louisville, is of pea time and ought to be kicked off he united with the Methodist church, in A country horse got tangled up in which he was raised, and if ever a man nances, we have decided to visiting hor brother, Mr. Matt Woodson, of creation. If such were the law StanHiggins& McKinney's peanut roaster ford would lose a number of specimens tried to live n Chryetian life it was he. at Mr. 0. J. Crow's. Mkkdamks A. M. Gmdlkii and L. D. fc'. yesterday and jerked it around consider- and evry honest laborer would rejoice. He loved hiB church and he loved its people and there was no place on earth Patton, of Somerset, are guests of their ably. The "pots, dishes and glass" they Beginning Monday, Ji'ly 13th, 1896. had on exhibition in front of their store Old Speech. Mrs. Oath Bailey show- so dear to him as bis seat in the modest Bister, Mrs. J. L. Vautis. ed us a copy of the Commonwealth, pub- little church here, where in the services reported also fared badly in the "mix up." JlMKiK Logan Caldwell was To those who have been prompt in paying their accounts we are esbatter today than he has been for a Sent Back John Whltt, who was lished at Frankfort, April 25, 1S12, con- and In the singing he took a prominent pecially thankful, and to all who have given us so liberal a share of taining h full report ofthespeech delivweek. Danville Advocate. sent to the asylum the last of May and ered by her husband, Judge Winfred part. Recently, after having been gone their patronage, we kindly ask you to continue with us under the sysa year, he returned here and enthusias Mrs 0. fi Hahhison, of Louisville, was discharged about three weeks ago, tem we have adopted, firmly believing that at the end of each year all and Mrs. Willie Nunnelley, of Wllmore, was tried again Wednesday and ordered lUilev. before the Senate, of which he tically said to the writer. "I am bo glad parties will be better satisfied, and as an evidence of this fact no merwas a member, in opposition to the bill are Uitlng Mrs P P. Nunnelley to be sent back. He had been at the to establish the county of Boyle. It is a to be at home once more. There is no chant or customer who has followed this principle will abandon it. place like dear old Stanford to me. I G Fhitii, ol Brodhead, and Mns. J. since he was discharged. very vigorous and earnest plea and sIiowb have longed for it ever since I have been Again thanking you for your patronage and promising to sell goods Misb Beltie Henderson, of 13 well, are Owino to Tuesday's rain the Richmond t'iat the judge was an orator in his day. away. It is the best place on earth to at the lowest living prices, we remain, Very Respectfully, guests of Mrs. Dr W. H. O'Bannon. Wo would reproduce It but for its length. live and her people are the best this Mns. J. K. iiKARKa and Miss Aleno fair was not begun till Wednesday. The will be made up by holding over ltastln arrived from Wisconsin Tuesday timo Used to Livk in Lincoln. Edward side of heaven, I really believe." Mr Myera was a Mason, (Odd Follow on visit to their father, Mr. J. D. Has Saturday, so you have another chance to G. Miller, who murdered his wife and go and see a fine exhibition and do so at and Knight of Honor, but be said tin. committed Bulcide at Greenville, Ind., a leaving for Louisville to Capt. Tildkn Cook, of Danville, was present- one railroad fare for the round-tri- p few daya aao, used to live in the Shelby before Thomas Richards: "I want to make a ed with a week'B vacation by his employ-er- a City section. Mr. I. Shelby Tevis, who A CAHt) informs us that Mary Gray request of you. I am a member of sevand is speuding it with his Meters was here Wednesday, told us that he had here. Dealers In Brown Lake was born to Mr. and Mrs. a law Bult with him over some land he eral orders, but I would rather have the Mr. J U. Bakkkr and little son, Walk- John N. LakeatTerre Haute, Ind., July old Confederate soldiers meet at my grave sold him and afterwards Miller, who was er Glvens, who have been visiting Mrs 18 The mother was Miss Mattie Pearl beaten in the case, made threats and car- and throw evergreen into it than any of It. B. McKinney, returned to Jellico yesBrown, of Lancaster. Thu little one's ried a Winchester for Mr. Tevis, which them. I have grave apprehensions that terday. name presents a combination of colors we are glad to say he never used. He I will not survive the operstion. Will 41m. M. L. Imiram and children and rarely seen in a cognomen. promise to see that my request Ib was a bad egg and his neighbors were you Mies Gertrude Cooler, of Krin, Tenn , complied with '"' Tho captain promised Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line of The trustees decided at their meet-lu- rejoiced at his removal to another State. and his old comrades will assist the Maare visiting the former's father, Mr Isaac The double murder was over tbe prosShoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' a few days ago that Prof. E. L. Hamilton. pective marriage o( their daughter and sons in paying the last tribute of respect, Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. Stm'Mknhon and wife will Grubba and Miss Jennie West shonld M. J. Alex The remains were brought here yesthe weapon used was the same Miller move down from Crab Orchard in a few begin the public school on Monday. terday, accompanied by Mrs. Myers and carried for Mr. Tevis. days and occupy the property now used Aug. M, and teach a seven montriB her Bon, E. U. Stallcup, and were takterm. Mies Kate Blaiu issued Prof. as a hospital. Thieves Rampant. About 2 o'clock en to tho residence on Danville AveMr. W. W. Thomas Hnd family, who Grubba' certificate Wednesday and says Tuesday afternoon some scamp stole two nue, where they will lie till 3 p. M. have spent several weekH with Mr and it is the best one she has given this coats and a new hat oil of the hat rack in when they will be taken to the Mrs. W. B. Mcltoberts, returned to their year. the porch at Mr. J. R. Warrens, rue church he loved bo well, where Rev. homo at Louisville Wednesday. Saw tub devil Anthony Alcorn, the day before, Mr. W. S. Warren's house W. S. GrinBtead will hold a short serMrs.S H. Lackey relumed to Galla- condemned parricide. 1h getting a fore- was entered ami f 2 50 taken from his bu vice. Then the Masons will take the tin, 'J enn, yesterday. Mr. Lacker will taste of the hereafter in Iiih dreams. A roau drawer. Tho little Negro, Charlie body in charge and with the honors of BYremain with his mother till flhe is in few nights ago he dreamed that he was Bob Woods, who was mentioned in our the order "consign his body to the condition to decide what id beet, for her frying in hades and at early hour Wed- last issue, had been at both houses beg earth, while cherishing his memory to do. nesday mornini- - he dreamed that his ging recently and he was at once sus here and commending his spirit to the Mil's Annik Hays, who has spent a father and the devil were after him. His pected. Marshal Nuwland found him God who gave it." In order that there year or more with her numerous rela- screams awoke the residents for eeveral and searched the house in which he may bo a full attendance of the lodge tives here, left Wednesday for St. Louis squares and it was a couple of hours be- lives, but found neither the clothes nor Worshipful Master, Rev. A. V. where, after spending u few weeks she fore he could be Induced to quit yelling the money. He said that two strange directs that the members meet at will go to her home at Honey Grove, recently left Macksville with a their hall at 1:30 this afternoon. boys had Toxns. A Urge number of her friends Stealing Rides. Charlie Spire, Frank large package each, but (he oilicer did A gentler, truer heart never heat in And Funeral Director. and relatives were at the train to bid her Johnson and Will Lee, all white and hail- not believe the story and did not attempt manly bosom. May his rest be sweet till good-byHe bids him arise, to meet Him in glory Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, ing from East Bernstadt, were caught to catch them. Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. ascending the skies. Mr. J. II. Bauhiimam and wife, Mema. stealing a ride on a freight train by ConMATHMONIA L MA TTEUS. Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e ForestuB Iteid, Jas. Keid, Horace Bow- stable Benedict the other day, and they PAlllfAND TRADE ITEMS. man, Dr. 0. Fowler and daughter, Misa were taken before Judge Burnett at RowAt Burlington, Iowa, Tom Hatter Hattie, Mra. Will Itice, Misa Froda Meter land, who fined them 14.80 each. The shot to death Sallio Winston, when she Well improved farm for sale. G. B. and Messrs. J. 0. EubaiUB, Carroll Bal- first two had no money and had to lay refused to marry him. Barnott, Hubble, Ky. lsy, G. A. Mcltoberts, W. 8. Etnbry, W. out their tines in jail. Jim Coleman for Thomas Williams and Misa Dora There were only seven cattle on the L. EvanB, Louis Walz and Emllo Meier stealing a ride was tried by "Jndge" Westerfield, of Boyle, eloped to Harrods-bur- g Danville market Monday. and were made one. are attending the Richmond Fair. Dawson, who let him off with one cent John Anderson sold a lot of fat heifJennie Goldwaltbe, the opera singer, ers to B. F. Robinson at 3c. and costs. CITY AND VICINITY. waa married in Chicago last week to II. A. Pleasants bought of Dan AnIt is very safe to say that the Negro Frank W. Murphy, a millionaire. derson a bunch of shoats at 3c. Say Buy those epee'e from Danks. boy, Anthony Alcorn, who assassinated Oscar Schwisber, a young man 20 B. K. Wearen bought of H. S. Withhis father, will never be hung. Col. T. Is here, and we are making Very Low Prices on years of age, shot and seriously wounded ers a d of corn delivered on the Stork iioubb with living rooms attach- P. Hill and Judge J W. Alcorn, besides bef Summer Goods. car at il 25. ed, near depot, for rent. Apply to Noel other leading citizsna have interested Miss Pearl Crouch, in Louisville, cause she refused to marry him. George Baker bought Beveral head of A Son. themselves in his behalf and have securMiss Lily Lyne, of Lexington, well butcher stuff in tho Southern end of the Macho Btock and chicken food, best ed a petition to the governor that he will known here, where she visited her school county at 2 to 2Jc. Craig A hardly reject, considering tho youth and cheapest on the market. and mate. Miss Fannie Shanks, is to be mar Chal-lie- s, We are paying tho highest price for mental condition of the condemned. The Uocker. ried on tbe 29th to Mr. Porter, a proui- - No. 1, good wheat. See us before yon petition does not ask for pardon, but for Tub depot and other houses bolonglng commutation to life imprisonment, which nont turfman. Misa Shanks will be one asll. It. It. Noel & Son. to the L. A N. at Rowland are being they Bay will fully satisfy all demands of of the bridesmaids. Louis Walz bought of Alex Traylor County Clerk J. F. Cummins issued a small lot of butcher stuff at 2: and of painted and othorwise improved. justice, considering the case from all its the second marriage license for the Wooua Jc Lynn several hogs at 3c. Mr. B. K. Wearen'a Bd. and go standpoints. Read .... month yesterday to Mr. Phil Delaney FoKltuNT.-O- ur ' farm of 130 acrea and see hiB large carriage repository. It Wanted a Horse. This innocent line and Miss Minnie Trusty, both of on the llustonville pike for 1897. Apply priis filled with vehiclea at tho lowest appearod in Tuesday's issue of this pa Wayneaburg, and both 22 yeara of ago. to Mrs. Alice Oloyd and Miss Belle Cash. ces. per and then our troubles began. Two The ceremony was to have been performJ. 0. Johnson, of Boyle, bought in Sl.VTY-oo- n signatures were Becnred in men were waiting before breakfast, each ed at Kingsvlile yesterday. tbe East End a hunch ol hogs at 23 to 3c a few minutes at McKinney tho other to sell us the best and gentlest horse that and several butcher cattle at 2 to 2Jc. Rev. J. S. Kendrick's voice failed him day to organize a Bryan club and the or- ever pulled a carriage and sinco then ov Woods A Lynn will receive 500 eweB Come and trade with us. We will save you money. ery other man we have mot has had a at Turneraville and ho closed the meet- in a few daya which were bought for ganization will be effected today. --' horse to sell. It pays to udvertise, but if ing Wednesday with threo additions. them iu Pulaski county at $ 40 to fl.7i. Butcher Shop. Goorgo A. Benedict you don't want to borrow trouble don't An Estill county farmer was bitten Columbus Bishop bought of T. J. will open a butchand William Elkin for a horse. We have bought, by a snake which had crawled into hia Hill 30 hogs averaging 131) pounds at 31c, Pendleton's house advertise er shop in George got Mark Uardin'a bay anil paid f 100 for bed, and he is now in a precarious con- and Bold them the snine day to Joe Cofon Lancaster Btreet in a few daya. fey, for $3 proOt. him, and the object of this article ia to dition. Farria & Whitley bought nt Danville State elections will be held in Ala& Yesterday waa excessively hot, the notify tbe public that unlike Richard the Monday a bunch of mulea 07 in the shade. It Third we do not want another horse. bama, August 3; Vermont, September 1; mercury going to $27 and a bunch of fairly good yearat if the aignal ser- Owners who have them for sale Arkansas, September 7; Maine, Septem- ling mules at $12.50. They also bought will be cooler October 0 and Georgia, 50 stock hogs at 3c and sold a car load of Florida, vice knows. The rains seem to have will therefore make a note of this and ber 14; fat ones at the same price. govern themselves accordingly. October 7. for a season. ceased Semi-Weekly Interior Jdurhbl -- Ladies' collars and cufTe at Shanks'. Just received a nice lot of white oak Mr. A. F. Moderly. thrA heretofore will sell cheap (or cash. prosperous farmer, assigned Wednesday ( m eafe-keopi- one-thir- one-hal- f tivt-Hl- n B BoJJiy Phaeton, Sorry or Backboard, e, m Wheat Drills, Land Rollers B. K. WJEAREN. I a. rt -- m well-know- AFEWWOR 0MIEN Adopt the Cash System. poor-hou- se m m m 4 HIGGINS & McKINNEY. i FARRIS & HARDIN, Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. g Prices to Suit The Times UNDERTAKING -- to-da- y, f :5f, ti C; EllPCI Size-mor- e, '.anv - p Practical Trimmer, Embalmer e. ill CLEANING-U- P TIME I car-loa- ' 'Ji' i.i. Lawns, Calicoes, Domestics, Light Dress Goods, Piques, Oxfords, Ladies' Vests, Shirt Waists, all at STARTLING REDUCTIONS. m 1 Ladies' Vests,3 forlOo SEVERANCE SON. i f d to-da- y .l - ,' rJ Yrs2a&mv-iLr&zi-i - .., mi II . - ... - tj.nii.tLii. 71"1; fHMijt,rJftj,1Ty?CtJns., . ,. m J- - I ,.- - , r Semi-Week- ly llll -r i in., t, m .ar....-,- -, ", -- ..;BBBSSBBSiSIIPBBBBBBBJPPBBBBBIBBBBBIB ,... ,. "' ', ' . CU V ' i-- " '" i" 11 '' VfS : V-i- ,V--J- "T - " '"' " " - y" T 7i iTT .' " fct' 3WBawniMen1iim.j tHto38wa angu .,,. JUMSwJ&J B irai- - . tin shadows are slowly climbiiiK the SOMEWHAT LOCAL. rith him Iho judgment hall ZESTIE&.A.-Srrnnd stand at the foot of his cross when the eastern hills; the day is almost spent, yet Joe Burton, a Jessamine county NeOR MUTUAL HELPFULNESS. last trial came, and ono tn whom he could Damon does not return. Tho evening bells gro, committed suicide because he could A mouse colored old mare mule came to d ring the hour of sunset and Pythias is led not go to commit his poor, dependent, Pabllshod Every Tuesday and Friday tny place ten days ago, Ths owner ran get her tbe picnic. Sermon by Her. A V. Shemort AT by paying for her ktep and th.c adaertisemsnt forth to tho scaffold, nnd as he views the mother. Miscreants piled rocks on the SouthS3 PBH YgiVR IX ADVANCE U. D llltlOHT. 37 4t True friends aro more valuable than last lingering sunbeam dio upon tho ern track near Burgin and the wreck of JullS. "06. following sermon was preached Tho will be charged."- -! WWhen not aopaid S3.60 in-bright 3teel blade, he says, " Tis sweet to a passenger train was barely averted. at tbe Presbyterian church anil published wealth even mines of gold Wealth I creases your peril A miser without friends die for those we love," nnd lays ids head Grant county is going to have free by request of the Chancellor Commander K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. is apt to bo nblo npon the headsman's block. The execu- turnpikes and to buy them has Bold 0 mir of Diadem Lodge, who hopes that each t am back from the cities with everything that While wo aro dependent on others, we tioner raises his swoid to strike tho fatal Tratns leave Stanford at 7:10 a. m.( and 4:05 subscriber will have his neighbor rend it worth ol bonds at G per cent to run Is new and pretty in the Millinery line, a visit to mr store will convince von that iM. .In,k 1. fellow-me- n. p. m., returning at 4 !3 P m- n 9 P " blow At this last moment there wns a 10 jears, nud then cut it out ntul file for the instruc- nrc also under obligations to onr th most complete. be mutual; our shout from tho throne, "Damon comes" Helpfulness must An infant of William Tinsley, ol the Ulegant line Linens and Embroidery Material. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. tion of future generations MISSLICCU IIKAZLKY, brother needs our assistance ''The headsman, ntnazed, for a moment sus- Alt. Salem section, died and was buried "Bear ye one another's burdens and so Stanford, Ky Na. 4, Train going North.. .is 37Pn fulfill the law of Christ."-Gpended The very fact that man is a social bein tho old Kates burying uround Wed . 3 13 a m No, .6. 0:2. al. His labor of death, while each eyo was ex- nesday. ' South 04 pm No. .it oj p m Man is a dependent creature; he come ing, nnd must live In the society of hi A. S. " . No.tj, tended fellow-men- , carries with it obligation nnd To a visible cloudlot of vapor or sand, The Cllmajr, publishes the list which into the world the woakest of all creaQUEEN & CRESCENT. Surgeon "He that hath friends must show Whose changing dimensions wore seen to shows that the Madison county, fiscal tures. His first cry is a cry of depend- duty. Dentist, Wo are under obliga exnand Train 1 pan Junction City at follows: court allowed claims to the amount of ence, .1 cry for assistance. Front the time himself friendly." No. 1 South ......1 J 07 p m No a North ...342 pm tiou to act out our friendship; not that 'Gainst the mellowing tints of th) deep az- f 20,203 27. tlio threshold into this " 3 " ......i.oo a m " 4 " Ky. ...1.00 p m that he crosses ure skv. friendship which has its root in motives of That pictured it clearly to each straining " s " " 6 ' 11 35 am Ten shares of stock in the Boyle Na...3.15 am 8 35 p m , 9 " ...6.00 a m to what is agreeable, the friendship of pleastional Bank was withdrawn Monday at Office over McRobertV Drugstore in the Owsley eye Note. Noj 4 and 5 and 0 and 10 run no fur- Hulldipg. 1(30 and 10 shares of the Citizens Bold at ure; nor that friendship which has its root Still neater and clearer the phantom-lik- e her than Junction City Ail trains stop mere. drift, in the friendship of utility. 175. Advocate. , With increasing motion - more steady nnd but that friendship which, having its root Anderson county men caught a neswift In disinterested love, is the friendship of Advanced and enlarged, while its course gro villain who had attempted to asDesirable Suburban Centainltiir was directed sault Mrs. Harry Collins, and stripping Acres of Land, For !ale. Home, on It a good, Ten virtue Ha; To where that emotional throng had col Dwelling We are also to exercise ciarifv; not that him of his clothes, applied a black snake outbuildings Oneof bis Rooms, and all necessary lected. yard hydrant and one for slock, also a splendid, charity which lhnit3 itself to thoe of the At this critical stage. when time strove to whip. tor (utlher particulars apply toneer falling well, which cage Judge Morrow decides that a school same belief and station, nor that JAS. V 1IAILE, Manfoid, Ky. limits itself to tho agreoableness of the The moments in doubt, till thev seemed trustee can not be elected to fill out an 3s like an age, object; but that which is no respecter of They watched with breathless nnd pale in- unexpired term of office, but the superintendent must appoint until the expirapersons. decision. We must exorcise rViinviV net This is The approach of that strange and dubious tion of that term of office. vision. William Pitman, graudson of Mr. I will from now on deliver the Stanford Fadory.s not another name for charity or friendIce regularly CNety morning, Price from either, partakes In a moment or two there plunged into John Pitman, the venerable hotel proship; but, differing ' tie view It is friendship A fiery and blood foaming charger that prietor and coal operator of Pittsburg, 100 Pounds and Ovor 40c per of both. of tho nature 100. Hew nnd charity incarnating themselves in died a few days ago. He had been oper An yamonnt between to and loo lbs MHel n. deeds, that which links hoad and heart O'er the earth with a speed neer wit ated on for appendicitis and never fully All b us must ioiitl.lv h paid the first of each nessed before; m nth, p. IIKKMKR together in efforts to do good. And Into the midst of that multitude bore recovered from the shock. He was about is as essential to a true Benevolence The valorous Damon, who, glancing 30 years old and a good man. It is the knight as tho air he breathes. Tbe body of John Thomas, a notori nround, SHELBY & SHELBY, thought and language of friendship and Now tottered and reeled from his horse to oua Negro gambler of Danville, was Absolutely Pure.l the ground, charity, theso virtues must speak out in While cheer upon cheer from that crowd found in the woods near Parkavlllo with HEW A. V. BIZKMORR. benevolent deeds, or they themselves a bullet hole in his breast Next day baking powA cream of tartar did ascend, cease to be. As Damon fell into the arms of his friend " BuJ Pendergrass, of Parksville, confessder. Highest of all in leavening world his and other hands City, - Kontuckv. Bcnevolenco causes us to turn tide As Damon was about ready to rotum ed to the killing. He pai J he and Thomstrength. Latest United States Gov helpless little body the wrap around swaddling clothes, from busiuess, from society, from home, from his home, hi slave slew his horse so as quarreled Into Monday night and tt.a.a-.ernment Report. " Tu""UU ;"""PI Attention, Very until kind hands wrap around that same to visit the abode of poverty, the home as to hinder his return, upon which Da- fought with pistols. respectfully solicited ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. helpless body the shroud, man needs as- of affliction or tho chamber of hidden I era The officers in Boyle county are on mon seized him nnd was dragging him to New York. sistance. grief. It takes us to the bedside of the a precipice to hurl him over, when n horse-inn- the lookout for a confidence man, who THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, He needs "assistance because there are sick and the dying to win back to life or Ditmon sprung forward and travels in great style and poses as the passed so many forces operating against him. Bids drugged the man from his horsu, which lie agent of a big firm which proposes to to soothe the passage to the grave. GRAND EXCURSION TO NIACARA FALLS. 1. His own depravity, proneness to sin. us stand by the widow and render her asmounted and sped away to the place of open tailoring and dry Roods stores in Is Agent for The ''Conceived in sin and brought forth in sistance in her allliction and to watch beJUG FOUR ROU1E. towns he visits. He works the Negroes execution iniquity." Left to himself he goes astray. side the cradle of the orphan, thus exemHe now stands roody to redeem his principally with men's clothiug, deliver- New Co. On Woilnc'stliiy, .Tttlj-- 22d, the Big He needs some force outside of himself to plifying pure and undeiilcd religion. Four Route will run a popular eicuriion to Niagapledge. Dyonisius, overcome by such a ing to the purchaser the piece of goods And The ra Falls and leturn, with side trip to Toronta 1 he help him do right. In union there is strength; in trained strange manifestation of friendship, threw and collecting an exorbitant price for it Tate lor the round trip from Cincinnati will be 2 His own nuakuess. (1 ) He is igno- unity there is greater strength; but in Sio.oo; Dayton, $y 00: Springfield, $3.50; Columand promises that when tho storp opens Aetna Accldont bus, SS.oo; corresponding rates from intermediate rant; he needs some one older and wiser bonded unity thcro isi greatest strength. off his disguise, and stepping forward, Company. proclaims the freedom of both men and the following urek the goods will be cut stations. The rate to Toronto is only $1.00 more to direct him: some one to brace him on Sticks loosely hold together may be brothan rate to Niagara halls. begs to be admitted as on? of their num- nud tusdo into clothiug at a ridiculously Hrrt ami Most Favorable Terms ol Insurance his weak side. (2.) Subjection to diseas- ken, but when bound together by a stout low price. He has been successful in ber. J W. McGlNNIS. J. W. COOK la charge paint shop. In charge trimming shop. es. When in health he can in a measure cord, they cannot be broken. There are points in this iKnutiful story unloading much of his cheap stuff with diiect his own atTairs alone, but when feIn such unity there is safety for each strikingly similar to the story of Jesus coufidiuu colored individuals vers scorch his brain lie needs some one unit. Years ago, it was my good pleasure THOMAS Y. and his love. Pythias left the compan to direct for him When his hands arc to visit "Cave of the Winds" under Niag rarm.No. i contains syl acre. In Washington DANVILLE, KY., loved ones and took the place county, Ivy the greater pan of which Is in gran B. THOMPSON, palsied he needs some one to work or ara Falls Onr pnthway lay ovcrslippory ionship of well watered with good Impiovein.ntl, Imlud-tif- f Builder and Dealer in All Kinds him and take care of him and his inter rocks in the midst of the rapids below the of Damon In prison and in chains, nud Is a candidate far Congress In this, the Eighth new metal roof tobacco barn tit 10 acre cr.p life for Damon, beautifully District, subject to the aitton of t.ic Dcmoiralic Ibis farm Is situated iu whst is pronounced the of Carnages. ests (3 ) Certainly of his death; render- falls Before starting out over thoo rocks, laid down his best district In Kentucky for White Hurley Party. (,'omlotlabU residence heuie. Repairing a Specialty. Work dine and warrant ing not only him, hut those dependent on several of us were joined together by a illustrating John 1513: "Uronter love d to give satisfaction. All work done when Farm No i contains ses) acres In same locality, hath no man than this, that a man lay him, objects of need He needs some one strong rope, and when one would slip and All accounts due when work Is SAM V. Large etoct and tobacco with brick dwelling E roomed.Your patronage solicited. 00 his life for his enemies." bains. Uue ol the b est improtcd farn.s in the to bury his body and take care of his fall into the rushing waters he could be down a Caididate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, subIs county. Jesus left his home in heaven, got down ject to the action of the democratic pa ty loved ones. rescued and his feet placed ujxin the'olid off the throne and shut the palace gate be Roth farms are in fine state of iirestivatlon, well 3 Casualties incident to life; misfor- rock again and his goings established Wo watered ond fenced. Clutels K H. depot, schools, hind him and sank himself down in the market and en a fine turnpike. tune, loss of wealth, accidents, cyclones, are so bound together as Pythian knights GARLAND For Information apply Is depth of human woe; took upon himself J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, J. N. SAUNDERS. railway and other disasters; things over that when one falls the others may lift Is a candidate for Superintendent Public Schools the hampering limitations nud fetters of of Lincoln County, subject to ths action of the Stanford, Ky. which he has no control. again. him up and establish him - lutmauity and laid down his life for man. democratic party 4 Depravity of others. (1.) Evil men David and Jonathnn were friends. Ev- Not for his friends only, but for his eneRates TWO DOLLARS Per Dav. banded together, bent on his ruin. (2.) er since Jonathan had first ceen the brav S. Subjection to evil principalities and pow- ery of the ruddy youth, he had loved him; mies as well, for "God comtuendeth his Remodeled and refurnished throughout, Large love unto us in that, while we were yet Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, suid Commodious Sample Rooms. ers, such as Dyonisius of Syracuse. God but they became stronger friends when F. n. RILBY. Proprietor, subject to the action ol the democratic party Halls and office connected by Electric Bells. has ordained that men should be helpful bound together by an oath, as we have it enemies, Christ died for us." Prompt and polite service to guests. 47 Jesus' love surpasses Pythias' love, and London. - - - Kentucky. to one another, so we have the words of in 1 Sam. 20:14-1Jonathan says to Da- true Christian love surpasses the love of IIOLDAM DOC DRYK CARROLL BAILEY. the text: "Bear ye one another's burdens." vid, "Thou shalt not only while I yet live I has moead to my new Hotel and am b.tur Pythian Knights simply; but, brethren, Is a candidate for Assessor of Liacoln county, In the beginning God said: "It is not show me the kindness that I die not. but subject to the action of the democratic party. than ever to accommodate the public, & to have 500,000 men pledged 10 give you ood LWeryattachssJ, and .r.ry convenience d good for man to be alone." In making also thou shall not cut off thy kindness Mr.d. Oir. me a call. good nnd wholesome Instruction, to warn Proprietors 77 FRANK RILKY, woman for him he designed no. that she from my house forever. . . So Jonathan SAMUEL M. you when in danger, to relieve you when alone should he his helpmeet, hut that madeacoiemiiiJ with David . . . and Jon County, sub Sheriff of Lincoln Is a in distress, to protect your peace nnd pu- ject candidate for of the democratic party. to the action from such a union should spring a race of athan caused David to wear again berity, to encourage when in prosperity, to STANFORD, KY. men to be mutually helpful, for no man cause he loved him as he loved his own visit ou when sick, and when death, the B. "Horses handled under Ssddle and in Harness, liveth unto himself." God gave man u BOtll." roadsters and and prepared lor sale. grim tyrant, conquers, to tenderly bear He caused him to take an obligation. Good social nature. Deny him the companion for Sheriff ol Lincoln County subsaddlers bought and sold on commission, Is a candidate resting-plac- e and then to ject to the action of the democratic V")' Your half .mile track and best stables in the country. 8 ship Brethren of the Pythian knighthood, it you to your last of kindred spirits and his moral naof those who have leaned upon support is earnestly soliclW lake care ture is contracted; all the nobler impulses means much to you, it would mean much to anybody, to be Imuud to .WO.OOO loyal your nrin for support, like David when he NOW Ol'EN. of life fail, McCORMACK inquired' "Is there nny that is loft of the ThN means more than merely living Knights, who, like you, have stood the house of Saul, that I may show them kind- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, with men in the same town, or even join- test of steel. subject to the action of the democratic party. Pkksent Engagements Give PromSuch a society may be the handmaid to ness for Jonathan's sake," and when he Your support is earnestly solicited. ing hands with them for the accomplishise of Largest AttenCrab Orchard, - Kentucky. ment of some temporary end, or the meet our Christian religion, aiding it in mak- found one of Jonathan's children, to tnkc his own family and to his own M. dance for Years. It does not take the iiim into Wishes to thank his Irlends and neighbors for ing together with them in parlor or social ing tho world better. say, is no small Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, their patronage and respectfully asks to bo .re- hall for an hour of entertainment. place of Christian religion, qor docs it table; brethren, this, membered In the future. Mr Granville Haley All these principles arc encour- subject to the action of tho democratic party. thing will be tound ready to serve jou at any time. A This does not meet the requirements of seek to do so. Christianity does someNew Music. New Chefs. Hew Ideas. aged and commended by Christ, taught nice line of Caskets, Collins, Robes, &c, to man's social nature A man may be in a thing Pythianisui cannot do, makes no from always on hand. 113m EMBRY and advocated by the Christian religion WRITE FOR TERMS. great crowd nnd stand within himself pretentions to do: it saves the soul Brethren, it means much that you e Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Conuly. , Damon was tho The love of Pythias for alone. He feels tremendously this and CUS HOFMANN, subject to the action cl the democratic party, PEinr-z1a greatest manifestation of human love, but members of brotherhood that dispenses oaru.stly asks your support. JStf yearly $1(00,000 to the sick and distress His social nature impels him to make the love of Jesus for man was greater. you belong to an order that exists menus, even it it be among the very Pythias' love shines like a star, but the ed, that do good to mankind, only to that endeavworst of mankind love of Jesus shines like the sun. As high ors to nut behind virtue a strong protectOwing, therefore, to the three following as the heavens are above the earth, so or, and behind human rights a brave defender, and behind social order n vigilant And see the new Hats at Mis. Dudderar's Temfacts, it is exceedingly important that a high is the Christian religion above week. guard-au- , and behind civil law ,1 mighty ple ol Fashion this Persian New Legon, new man be assisted insecuring.friends nmong effects In Flowers yea. as high as God is above man, Panamss, all the new : : administrative power and Ribbons. Handsome goods but Low Prices. best; tlie Pythianisui is founded on principles reNow brethren, build beneath thoso no- Dress making done in the latest st)le and on short Office on Lancaster Street, at Residence. 1. His innate desire for associates, intiM D. DUDDKRAK, vealed in the beautiful story of Damon ble vlitues faith in Christ, and, already notice. MRS. KATK DUDDKRAR. mate friends, companions. lived in Syra- - uuvini: virtue and knowledge and tciuner These men and Pythias. anco and brotherly kindness, from it : : 2 His depravity, his natural desire to cusc, in .Sicily, under tne reign 01 me ty- will grow out that love which gives to all all seek associates from among the very worst. rant, Dyonisius. They had been initiated things value, nnd which is the sum of all 3 The oiganized forces of evil to lead into tho sacred rites of the Pythagorean the beautiful and noble characteristics of ON IMPROVED FARMS HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. men into degrading circles. By such ma Society and were united to each other by humanity, that love which lasts, when FOR and hope in ny young men and women are often rush- the stroni: ties of true friendship Pythi faitli become') perfect In Lincoln county, Ky,at6 per cent., semi-aOffers his services o tbe people ol West Lin ed to full fruition bloom, it lives on, for the Dual interest; no commission charged. Address their ruin. as was a soldier and Damon a senator of eternal yenrs of CJod aro hers. coin and Casey Counties run stock of Coffins OKO. W.DAVY. Room 17, Kenyon Uuildlng, and Caskets always en hand, To seek helpful society for its members Syracuse, Allow me to commend to you, brethren, Louisville, Ky. For blank olapplication, and fur D, 8. Carpenter, Manager, 95 J. N. Saunders, Atther information, and guard them against evil society is one of ''a friend that sticketh closer than a brot- torney, Stantord, inquire Damon hac" incurred the dispka-ur- e Ky. her" Pythian Knight will stand by you of the ends PythSanism endeavors to at- Dyonisius, who sentenced him to ImmediCALL ONlong time, but may forsake; but this tain. sworn to a who had ! friend snys, "I will never leave thee nor These three foregoing facts make such ate death. Pythias, protect the interests of Damon with his forsake thee;" even when my father and orders as necessary; own life, if need he, knowing Damon's my mother forsake me then the Lord will All persons desiring Locust Posts for p.ank M. S. llAUGHMiN. ur STANFORD, KY and we hail with delight every eifort in " KAUUllHAS, brethren, have bound fence, post and railing or wiie fence-- can fiod take love of home, begged the tyrant to grant up me up. Dear of what they want at my store near Cedar Creek, on Pocket Key Checks by Mall for only 53 Cents, this direction. In your bundle friend this omnipo- the pike leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford respite that ho might see his tent, omnicient, omnipresent, everlasting "or Baggage and Key Checks, Metal Checks of Even Jesus, the perfect pattern for men, his friend a I also keep always on hand a good supply uf plank all kinds, Badges, Oof License Checks, Key wife nnd child before he died, and Pythias frieud for fencing. All kinds ol lumber for buildnig purStamping on Metal and genRings, Chains, Ac. sought special companions, and still more All persous shingles poses; also boards raorautTOKs Pythian Knights can avail you in your siring any article andthis kind can call on me deeral repairing. Shop over M. 1) Elmoie's store, as hostage for Damon. at of ' S4 special to be near him, He loved to bo at offered himself Uuuford, Ky. eaithly tyrants, but are power my store near Cedar Creek. battle with request was granted, nnd Damon the home in Bethany. LIVERY, (j, w.si.Mjiiiinw. He chose from The less in tlie presence 01 iiiat grim tyrant, June 16,. Jill SALE to his home by tho distant sea Pyth- death; but this friend has conquered the midst of men twelve companions, nud ias was chained in Damon's place In the death, hell and the grave he often took them up into a mountain Co., STABLE, At the sound or sight of tho grand hall the fair Calanthe, apart, and he was pleased to call them dungeon, lie had left and now, In his ing sign of distress, 500,000 swords would - - Kentucky. tho altar, friends Of this number, three were to bo his brido, at lean from their senhbards and form over Ky. Kentucky. lone dungeon, she urges him to break his you an arch of steel, but at the approach with him in the garden of Gcthsemane, out of danger; oth- of tjio tyrant, death, your defenders Ho All kinds of Carriage, iiuggy and Wagon MakIf you need livery give work In every particu- when his awful trinl came, to watch with bonds and lly with her Guarantees oat done, vehicles worked over turnout --Yn 1..!. "":..V.0,hi ing lar Prices reasonable. Has had 13 yeurs' cape him. ers among whom was Dyonisius, himself cold and still iu his embrace, and beside and and Repairing new. A. H. Kinley has charge lorrates.Inour "" lDI See us made good as (ence. 9' 3 them rust their blades of steel, antl you ol the painting department and guarantees his But ho wanted a friend in whom ho in disguise, endeavor to persuade him to a .pecialty an I for cash on- stand alone. Oh, brother! seek that friend work. menth. BLACKSMITH SHOP. I will take all the hides I can get could implicitly trust, one who would lean lice and break hU truce with Damon, but that will stand by you in such an hour lv Accounts due 1st of each J( rirrvPC for cash or In trade lor leather on upon his bosom nnd around MERSHfJN 1. II. GULER. and put beneath you his everlasting arms whom lie all to no avail. Will guarantee court days at Stantord or,at ray home in Otttnwork and A. H. KINLIY. Prices. Hy our horse shoer. satlfactnrv could put his arms; ono who would bo l8 M Tho executiou must take place at sun- - to bear you oyer tho river of death. UiLu. Chat. Enoolin, Tamer. Interior Jourmt FYTHIANISM, luokcn-hearte- TO THE LADIES 317,-00- - i, , 1 PRICE, Stanford, 5miJ self-intere- st, FOR SAZiX. RpYAi com-lorla- g ICJEo -- JKHEL- - POWDER Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Ki Junction n M. W. JOSNSOIT, York UJc Ins. Insurance SHAW, Two Farms For Sale. J. o, MENEFEE BARKER HOUSE, SINGLETON GREEN Somerset, Kentucky. FRANK THE RILEY HOUSE 7. J. F. BAILED 3DEYE, Training and Sale Stable First-clas- s OWENS JAMES GENTRY CRAB ORCHARD SFRiNGS J. 0. McWhorter, UNDERTAKER, EMMETT F. ELKIN 1 se-t- JOE T. DR. W. B. 111 lone-souiene- ss Proprietor. Pyth-ianl- Dentist, Stanford, Ky. J. T. SUTTON. UNDERTAKER, Thomas' Hay MONEY To LOAN Rakes n Coin. Ons, Come All. 1 - F. G. BRADY, IjNTOTZCOIE J. K. VanArsdaleI I'ythiau-knighthoo- d , M.S.&J.W.Baughman, FEED & has-tene- d ,......, F. A. AYEHS, First-Clas- bricklayer & Stonecutter Stanford, s St. Asaph Carriage Stanford, g Stanford, ss first-cla- Horse-Sheein- flllIlO, first-clas- s "V -- ,