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NO. 46 R1 STANFORD KY.. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7. 1896. IN CASEY COUNTY. The Jhuinet Manager Mnh Arwiher Trip to tht State $f Cany and 'ft lit Ahnitit. KentuckianB dependent upon Louisville dailies Lave little information aa to the revulalon in Western Statea In favor o democracy. The free Bilver craze la of an infectious mallancy unprecedented in politics and tho granger element of republicanism is breakine nway from a third of a century's afllliatione at a ratio of fully 10 to 1, which at present rate of rush promises to soon reach the commercial ratio of tho white to the yellow inet-a- I. A metropolitan capitalist of the city visited in authority for the statement I that the monometallst Btrength is confined to cities and towns almost exclusively whilst the farmers are rapidly approach-in- n unanimity. An intelligent, cultiva ted, wealthy farmer assured me that for 3? "ears he has voted with the republicans, but that the currency dominates fr every issue and his first democratic vote ' will be for Bryan and Sewall. Ills neighbor, a wealthy, influential republican who aided in packing a Mc , Kinley dplsgation to .St. Louis, repudiates Mhe ticket aa it does silver aud is active in advocacy of the Chicago ticket. An Ohioan Informed me that the mayor of his city, a staunch McKinleylt, and prominent politician, confessed that the tidal wave of republican opposition a ewooping on with an irresistibility which portends inevitable defeat of their Napoleon In his own T.aie. Au told mo that during 30 yearn res idence in a Central Illinois City he had never known politcal excitement so nearly at white heat. Wherever I pawud a crowd politics waa the subject of nplrit-e- d dweussion. I didn't interview a farmer who ia not determined to support the democratic ticket. Bt. Louis and are delivered before Chicago dallies breakfast in Central Illinois. "Kepub-lie- " and one Chicago paper I forget its name aro tho ouly democratic dallea I a&w. All others devote editorial columns principally to abuse and derision, tho wire-puller A largo crowd attended "big" court at I hnve just returned after a delibttul II-- , Liberty Monday, but not a great amount two weeka visit to relative In Central llnoia, barring exceBalvely hot weather, of business was transacted. In fact the and it U particularly refrcahin(t to una a people generally Beem to have little or no deelre for business and prefer to discuss n democratic Kentucky papur.literally Ubuo tho tioney question. There waa no though a Boml-weokly .....a... l mam.! m,iI .lutnut.ftrMl.ia During my Uy the heaviest rainfall of record fell, Waterpouts, cloudbursts and hailstorms were numerous In near? by localities and the oata crop in shock wan threatened with ruin. Corn and millet, the principal growing crops that I saw in my drives within three miles' of the cltv are of almost unprecedented promise. Very little wheat is grown there 15 centa a bushel at elevator is expected for corn. Farmers are in the soup, a sluillo expression of the rcntors situation has yet to be invented, and the clamor (or a cb inge, which cannot bo worse, will Tho present campaign asnot sures Judge Jewell, an honored rank on the list of classics, for that, "cleanliness is next to godliness" Is less Jan axiom than that, "politics Is hell." Unless a Joshua ia provided who can atay a Betting nun, and eome miracle doea produce an ultimate confusion of democratic tonRuea McK.'s name is Dennis. Miss Bessie Keith, of Cincinnati, ia hero in company with Mro. Dr. Jaa. P. Rifle, of Coviuglon, visiting relatives and escaping the foretaato of eheol, which all cities are now furniBhing!even the elect. MIbs Neva L. Williams, of Harrodabure, his returnod after a nhort of two weeks in our township, MIbs W. ia a young lady of distinguished literary gifta which have beon recognized by some of our most popular magazines. G. W. Riffe, 8r is covering that portion of blB farm, not now ;occupied by growing crops, with tobacco barns. Mies Pettus, of Somerset, is visiting Mrs. G. W. Rifle, Jr. MIbb Annie Dunn, of your town, began teaching at Riffe Academy, 3d Inst. Mies Mary Mayfield, of Pulaski, was here a fow days previous to Oosey InBtltute. Mrs. Bobuckur entertained Saturday in;. honor of Misa Mayfield. Horace Bohon and McKoo Rifle took in tho Salvationists at lligh Bridge Sundav, 20, awheel. Their enthusiasm was overpowering and they landed at homo late, tired and tandem, ono towing the other. Mrs. Margaret McCorroackhes been 111 several daya p heart trouble, which threatens a fatal ter mlnatlon. Fred B. Monnott returned Friday after a two months sojourn in IJackeyedom with kinsfolk. The growth of vegetation during my absence, eapeclally of noxious weeda, and.'Jack'a bean lifts Jonah's gourd-vin- o the apoohryphal into Hat of stalk f'oru ordinary, everyday phenomena. ce-e- 32 threshed 11 acres which averaged pecks to the acre. D. bushels and three N Prewltt sold for A.lK.LoRan tho Mur-phMelodrama Ally, Minnie of Louisville, for to W. J. Donohue, Welhl and Fox, agents for Leh$600. man, bought 214 head of cattle from Gentry Bros, that averaged 1,503 pounds today. and were shipped to Baltimore paid 4o for 200 head and 2J for tho They two-ye'ar-ov, R. L. Salter had tho largest yield of Ho wheat reportod In Boyle county. remainder.-Advoc- ate. e speaking in tho but a amount was Indulged in on the Btreets to mike up for it. Court was convened at 8:15 by Sheriff W. C. Adams tnakiuu the muml An nouncement anu Bfter the juries wi e se cured Judge Jonea delivered a lencthv charae to the grand jury, lie laid particular stress on the sale of Intoxicating liquors and the pernicious habit of carrying concealed weapons and Insisted that the jurors spare neither time nor pains In getting a true bill against those who perlstin violating these laws. Hon. John D. White waa exnected to speak Monday, but failed to issfce h! appearance. Ho seems to have the call on Mr. Oolaon In Casey, but the latter will get the nomination beyond doubt. The fr.'euds of the late Col. Silas Adanla are for Mr. White almost to a man, and were that excellent old gentleman alive y his voice would be heard in many of the countiea championing his cause. The familiar face of "Lige" Coffey was sadly missed. There Isn't a man, woman or child In tho county who didn't know him, and to know the clever young man was to like him. He was popular with all classes, and particularly tho poorer people, for whom he did all he could. The eail ending of his life brought tears to many an eve. The Hon. Rev. F. G rider ia ralsine more sheol now than he did when he boatTom Bildock fortha Legislature. He doesn't like Prof. J. H. Allen, who teaches a achool at Middleburg, and is doing all in ill j power to ouBt him. Tim old geutleman made a apeoch before tho In stitute at Liberty last week in which ho charged Mr. Allen with slipping into ttu fair grounds without a ticket and other mean things too numerous to mention. He did not call Mr. Alleu'e name, but made it no plain that he was the ono referred to that the Institute was not in doubt as to who he meant. It was labor lost for the following resolution was and passed by a vote of 01 to 0: "That we as a body of teachers condemn an address rnide in this Inetitute, which from surrounding circumstances, we think to be an attack upon one whom we believe to be a gentleman, a Christian and a leading educator of our county, and it is the Beneo of this InBtltute that itisungentlemanly in any person under cover of courteay shown him br committee on program, to make an attack on the private characterof a teacher." Judge R. J. Breckinridge has accepted an invitation to Bpeak at Yosemlto Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Few men are more popular in Casey than tho judge and his speech will havo a telling effect for democracy. J. W. Loving ia a busy man indeed. Besides attending to his law practice he edita the Liberty Tribune, teachea the public school in town and corresponds for various newspapers. He is a jack of trades aud strange to say Is good at all. He Is an uncompromising democrat and finds time from hia various vocations to do valiant work for that good cauae. The Intirior Jocbnal is being commended on all aides for tle stand It has taken for Bryan and Sewall. There wore those who feared It would advocate a third ticket, knowing that ita editor was not for tho free and unlimited coinage of silver. Mr. F. M. Ware, of McKinney, waa so pleaBed at its action that he secured soveral subscribers for the "cheapest and beBt," The Cincinnati Enquirer has an immense circulation in this section aa well aa In the West End of Lincoln. The freo silver democrata and ropublicana almost Bwearbyit. An old friend said to the writor Monday that the Enquirer and the Interior Journal aro the only papers in tho country "worth a continental d -- n." The Grton River Railroad ceased operations Saturday and Monday work was begun taking up the track. There is a great deal of lumber yet at Yoaemite and It will have to be hauled to the railroad In wagons. The Green River Railroad has been of great benefit to Yoaemite and to tho various saw mills near town and it will bo sadly missed. Great preparations are being made for the Liberty Fair, which will begin Aug. 19 and last three days. The town will bo full of visitors and pretty girls and gallant beaux will be there world without end. There will bo hope and partiea and more courting will be done than ever be fore In the same length of time. Tho show of atock promisee to excel any of previous auccesaful exhibitions. D. G. Oolaon, who wanta to aucceed himself for Congrees, waa in this county making epsechea last week. He makes a powerful flht against free Bilver, i.e. he triea to. In a Bpeech at Dunnvlllo bo ia said to have told hia audience that should Bryan and Sewall be olected all the Bilver from tho mines of Europe would be dumpad on ub. Mr. Coleon ought to get himself acquainted with the court-housBufll-dent to-dad, mineral supply of Europe before he starts out again. The following gentlemen from Lincoln wero here this weok: Messrs. B. K. Wearen, T. D. Nowland, J. P. Davis, M-Raynolds, Jack Rout, J. F. Hay and Jesse D. Wearen., Mr. W. W. Brown, who ia about 70 years old, is one of the most active men of his age I know of. He can do more workman a half dozen youngsters of the present dav, and is business from the word bo. During the past month or bo he has, besides attending to his other busineea, sold $2,600 worth of fruit trees. He will be up in Lincoln before long, bo you can tnakoyour preparations to buy n bill from him. He knows no such word as fall. Mr. W. R. William, the devjr representative of the HuatonvilleRiller Mills, is doing good work for democracy in Casey. He has assisted in organizing several clubs and never misses an opportunity to say a good word for the cause he loves so well. DEATH DOINGS. UAix.-John M. Hall died at his homo here Tuesday morning at 10:40 of flux, aged nearly 73. Though he had been going down for along time, it waa not until Friday last that he took his bed never to tIbo again. From that time until the end It was a gradual decline, death coming easily and peacefully, his strong constitution enabling him to hold out agalnet the dire disease much longer than tbo doctors said he could. Mr. Hail waa born in Pulaski county and was married to Miss Melicclo Hail, his second cousin, Jan. 29, 1845. To them were born ten children, two of whom died ic their infancy, and Mrs. Maggie Walton, who died 15 years ago. The others are Mrs. Woodie Hale, Mrs. Silie Lynn, W. A. Hail, Mrs. Sue Carpenter, Mrs. Rhoda Waters, R. G. Hail and Mrs. Kate Spink, and these with their children were present at their golden wedding, celebrated Jan. 29, 1S95, when a Bumptuoua dinner waa spread at the hos pitable mansion and great good cheer prevailed. Mr. and Mrs. Hail moved to thia county 30 years ago and went to farming. They lived on the farm until a few yeara ago, when they sold out and came to town. He was a very successful business man and as farmer, merchant and banker amassed qulto a good estate. For many years he waa a director of the Formers Bank and Trust Co., where hia wise counsel helped to make that institution bo successful. of respect to him, the bank closed the day of the burial and most of the directors and officers attended it. For over 50 yeara Mr. Hail hue bten a member of tho Baptist church and for 51 years a Mason. In both ho was a shining light. In the church he waa liberal and conscientious; in the order true and faithful. A big hearted, kind and hospitable man, he had friends everywhere ho was known, and the general indications of sorrow and the large attendance at hia funeral, the exercises of which were conducted by Reva. A. V. Sizsmore and R. R. Noel, fully attested how high ho stood in tho estimation of his fellow-me- n here. Wo do not suppose a couple ever lived happier together than Mr. and Mrs. Hail. They were fitted for each other and no jar or friction over aeemed to disturb the even tenor of their peaceful way. For nearly 52 yeara they lived together, with scarce a separation, till death parted them for awhilo, to be forever after a few more daya of the sorrowing wife on earth. "I am ready and willing to go," be told her a few days before he left her and buo, good woman, but awaits the Heavenly will for the promise given the finally faithful. May wife and children meet the loving husband and tender father in glory and sing God's prnis-e- a forever, all who Know them unite In trusting. Mr. In-mar- k i:oix3cvv?i!x?:no::o:o:o DRUGS AND TiV iJ"t' TSrfTCl a o; 1 V BOOKS. tfi o I c-- IV u School Books, Sundries, Toilet Articles and everything In our line at Pkices as Low as Any Advertised uy Cash Houses. 8 X 1 V PRESCRIPTIONS Accurately compounded by an Experienced Pharmacist from new drugs and pure chemicals. W. B. MoBOBEETS. !!-- -. 4 'ftv.-.,t.,.- 0 sngoestiYB TalR for Hard Times. There is no denying the fact that "Hard Times" is with us, and a few suggestions how to deal with "him" seems very appropriate just now. It matters very little whether you believe in the free coinage of silver or in the single gold standard theory. There is a good time coming for all industrious people in this country in any event. But it will not come this year; it cannot come; hence all honest people should be as saving as possible, and above all keep out of debt. In view of these conditions, James Frye, Hustonvllle, will, from this day, sell goods for cash or country produce and will make no accounts for more than 30 days. All accounts will be due on the first day of each month, and you need not hunt any further than my store for the lowest possible prices on Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods, &c. I am now closing out a big line of Fancy Shirts. If you want Carpet or Matting, don't buy till you get my prices. Statement of your account will be mailed to you on the first day of each month. The matrimonial fever Iib struck Liberty with a vengeance and a half dozen or more weddings are booked to occur in the next week or bo. Among the will-b- e grooms are a bankei, an oillcer of tho law, a doctor and a merchant, all prominent in business and social circles. E. O. W. LIBERTY KNOOSE The following letter, which went to Sanford, Florida, before it reached this alike, is a curiosity, both in composition and orthography: , Mister torn bell ia having a hard time with his prisnera at liberty, he took foar of them out to woark the other day and two rune off and left him the bag to hold with boath enda opn. the mimea of the prisnera that rune of was hill n and bill clcmnra. beldon was In Jalo for packing a pistal and clemnea for Siting, mister bell the Jalcr after a few dayae herd of mister btldon doun in a dair went doun an braut him back to Jale and kep him in Jhlo three dayeo and took him out to wrk a galne and he rune off a gaine, and mister bell hssent got him yet. the reson that mister bell baEo such a hard time with his prisners the body Use la bo numera in the Jale the boysedont liko to stay in thar and can blame the boyae from runing of much kb most anybody wold run of to git out of the way of them things for they air as big aa wheet grainea and r bell base a hard tlm with his prisners boath men an Use. the men had to burne thair close all up the other day to git shot of bo mo of the bigiste ones, mister bell and his wife tried to make the prisnera beeliv that the Use that was in Jale was bed Use and on the a count of thair g body Use our county was run to the expnse of giting tho prisners knew close for them the prisnera birnt np to try to git abet of the Use. that with other things that onr county ollsbeln Is guilty of ia the rcaon our county ia in the condlson it is but we haft to look over ignorlnta of our oflcels. our prisnera ia sharper than our oilcels. they took a broom stick the other day and punched a hole in tho wall and wold have made there escape in a litle while longer but torn alen took some of the prisners out to work and one of tho prisners rune of a bout ten o clock and he come in an caut the boya in the atempt of giting out and the boyao haa bin lock in the sell ever aentB. bo this ehoae the predicion of our onerablo county Judgand bildin comity, so i will close for this time by Baying I look to seo tho nnser of thia Ieter in the next ishou of the intry Jornel. reapct-iful- y to the cditr, J. H. possmoro. bel-dono-do- Doors, Sash and Blinds, Metal Roofing, m Shingles, Etc. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. CRAIG & HOCKER, - J 5 DEALERS IN miB-te- bee-in- 5f "K i 13rugs, SVusrrvlcals, CKls, Pavriiis, J jf J t It Pays to Ddal with a Cash House. J i T'f 4c Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. Give us a call and be convinced. OLD SOLDIERS' TRIBUTE TO COMRADES. S. MYERS. solAt a meeting of diers held in Stanford. Ky., on the 5th day of August, 1S90, there being preient Judge M. O. Saufley, J. W. Alcorn, E?q., Geo. W. DeBord, George Carpenter, W. G. Welch, Thoa. J. Hatcher, Thoa. Richards, T. L. Shelton, Cam Duncan, John Bailey, John F. Caah, A. K. Denny, A. P. Pendleton and Rov. R. R. Noel, on motion A. K. Denny waa elected chairman and R. R. Noel, secretary. There upon the chairman announced the object of the meeting to be suitable action on the part of tho of the county in respect to the recent death of Comrade S.S.Myera, and appointed J V. Alcorn, Thomas Richards and Tbos. CHUIi CII CHIMES. J. Hatcher a committee to draft and preElder J. T. Sbarrard will preach at sent resolutions of expression of the eenso of the meeting. The committee Turnersviile next Sunday night. The State Sunday school convention after retiring presented the following resmeets in Owenaboro three days, begin- olutions which wereunanimoualy adopt' eo: ning Aug. 25, WhoreaB, Our comrade, Stephen S. MyElder J. T. Suarrard's aubject Sun- ers, a native of Middletown, in the valday morning will be, "From tho Cradle ley of Virginia, and a brave and faithful to the Gallowa." soldier of the South under Mosby in the A Mormon church has been organwar between the States, but for many ized near Yanceburg aa the result of the years since tbo war a valued citizen 0' conference hold there. Kentucky and of Lincoln county, deRev. W. S GrinateaJ'a aubject Sunparted thia life on the S2d day of Julyi day morning will be "Wives and moth- - 1S96, be it resolved by the surviving era." He will preach to the young la Southern soldiers in meeting assembled. dies in the evening. 1. That Comrade Myers by bid intelliJohn M. Reynolda tella us that the gence, geniality andgeneroua disposition Double Springa Sunday school at had greatly endeared himself to the peoWayueBburg has had an average attend ple among whom he had cast, hia lot the anceof 75 pupils during tho last three past 20 years, and the daily lessening months. number of hia old comrades desire not The last quartorly meeting of thia only to bear witnesa to hia excellent traits conference year will be held at the Meth- of character, but to express thua publicly odist church Saturday and Sunday, Aug. and formally their personal sorrow over 15 and 10. The first aer vices will bo held at the death of one of their number who Presiding El2:30 Saturday afternoon. waa Btill in the prime of life. der W. F. Vaughan will be on hand and 2. That tho Interior Journal newa- do the preaching. J. O. Terry tella us that the camp readings, n and that aconv thereof- ha fur- r - meeting near Pleasant Point church ia nished the family of the deceased. progressing nicely aud that large cro wda A. K. Dknny, Ohm'n. are attending each service. A number R. R Noel, Seny. have been made and he of confessions thinks a great deal of good is being done. A man at Gilead, O., was found on Rov. Hughes, of Wilmore, will preach hia knees dead. He evidently died while Sunday. saving hia prayers. Atlndianapolia a man was hypnoHenry Glover haa been olected president of the new Louisville Tobacco tized and placed under ground to remain until next Friday. Warehouse Company. . v Valises, Trunks, Telescopes, Umbrellas, : Ladies' Shoes & Slippers, New Line Gents' Neckwear, All at prices in keeping with these hard times. H. J. DIcROBERTS. H. C. RUPUEY, 5-T- HE MERCHANT TAILOR -- Is Receiving his- - iPMIN(Gr Stock. AKB SUMMER Give him a Call. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. We do not propose directly to make you a present, but if you need anything in our line, you can save enough money by dealimj with us to make yourself a nice present. Come and see the many things we are offering a?"AT COST, tea - I W. P. TATE, Stanford. THK BLUF-GUA- SS HKRD OK SSSf.WaED HOGS. My Breeders were selnctcd from taa best herd of thii Umoui breed of twine In several different States. A splendid lot ol pigs of difinrent ige for sal. Bred sows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Corropondence solicited. Address m R. U. BRONAUGII, Ky Crab Orchard, iX4m ti'ttUuli r.KaatfbJjM LaW,-.-- . At. .,.a;6k&iyfe. .jjZ-r- t jteJStj'-- V ."e - - ' """""," "1"1 " " 'ni 'i liftK imdtjftfiimriilkutklK'rvtr- - I t u l b 5 r ;. ik ft' A Bryan and Sewall club haB been or your position as to our National ticket, ganized at Middleburg. Stanford, K?., - August 7, 1S96 in fact 1 Bee no other course for true demNewest and cheapest line of stationery ocrats. " I do not approve each and every ex- in town at Craig and Hocker'e. pression of our platform, but adhere to W. P. WALTON. Say, want a watch ? Good time (o the time honored principle of our party, get it from Danks, the Jeweler. "Let the majority rule," and will give my hearty support to both the platform and IITub boys have contracted to glvo Sherticket. They may call ub "popocrata" if iff Nowland $15 for the gallows and will they will, but as long aa we put the X un- use it for a band stand. Ko matter what otberB may Bay and co der the rooster's feet I hold that wo are J. W. Haydbn's geutle horse got loose matter how many may criticise us for entitled to the name "democrat." while hitched to the phaeton yeetorJay ltespectfnlly, saviDK it, we do not hesitate to say hat and rau away demolishing it. M. F. North. . . we believe Gov. Bradleyia trying his beet We will close out our entiro stock at to do his duty aa chief executive. He P OLITICA L P OINTS. coat. Can give vou a bargain in anymay be a partisan and a boss, but whtu Warren county democrats held their thing. W. H. Wearen & Co. doing what he belive it comes down to to be riRht, he will do it regardless of primary for county officers Saturday. Charley Adams, Bon of J. W. Adams, Richard 1 Bland wbb nominated criticism or villification. Though ho has by acclamation for Congress in the Eighth of this place, fell from a freight train seemingly granted a great many pardonp, near ParkBvillo yesterday and had a leg be baa rarely failed to consult the judge Missouri district. The Florida silver democratB have cutoff. and Commonwealth's attorney who tried believing that they been mollified by a gift of two electors the cases, naturally Get your ticket early at McRoberts' are beat able to give an unbiased state- and may not bolt. drug store. You know how fast they go Freparatlona are being made to give for ment of it. He haa to relv on them and the contest, Tuesday, Aug. 11. Reof responsibility to consult Bryan a monstor reception on bis ap- served Beats 50c. ittsnonhift their wishes. His ia a most reeponsible proaching visit to Chicago. Went to Jail. Frank Spoonamore, Tn the Alabama elections Johnson, office and one which forces him every against whom the girl, Kate Cook, got a day of his life to take position on the democrat, was elected governor over judgment for $30 a year for 15 yeara for most trying questions. We have con- Goodwyn, populist, by an estimated ma- bastardy, haa gone to jail to stay 10 days demned him severely for certain pardons jority of 40,000. debtor's oath. Mrs. A. T. Million, who has been before taking the insolvent "but doubtless we would have acted as lawyer, says this will ab Col. Hill, his he did with the same light before ub. superintendent of schools in Madison for Bolve him from the payment of the judg- Meade. several terms, haB declined to stand for We know that in the Alcorn case he ARM AND TRADE ITEMS. and the woods are getting full ment, but Col. Welch contends that the UBed every precaution to act intelligentgirl can force him to serve other terms who object to of candidates, a lady or two shying her A. G. Huffman lost a fine cow by ly and correctly and those in jail, as the judgment falls due. in the case must admit castor into the ring. heat. his interference John Pearl writes us from Laurel: J. O. Coulter has sold Beveral bunchThe loeal opiionists won a famous victhat if he has erred it ia on the side of "From the appearance of things tory in Pulaski at Somerset. At the elec- es of hogs at 3:15. mercy. to a disinterested person, Dyche is tion Monday they carried the county by George Anderson sold to D. H. The newa comes that Hon. Pryor J. right about John D. White win- 2,031 and the town by 154. But even of Mercer, a lot of heifers and Foree will continue to run for the nomi- ning the nomination for Congrees. with this heavy adverse majority, the steers at 2 to 2jc. nation for Congress. Mr. Foree doean't In the Farieon neighborhood, where saloonists are preparing to contest. They Powell & Harper of the West End, seem to know when a house falls on there are 10 republicans to 1 democrat, I always do and what is more'a the pity, sold to J. W. Allen 11) cattle averaging him. His own county practically repu- only know of two Colson supporters. they usually carry their point. It la to 1,400 pounds at 3Jc. diated him by Bending a free silver dele- I believe this county will give White 500 be hoped, however, that the victors have It. v Broifaugh'B Kitty B. ran secgation to the State convention and the majority from reports that come to me. the law double riveted in their favor ond again the other day, this time at diBtrict declared by its action that free I am an intense silver man. I be- this time. Newport. Free Coinage beat her. silver candidates only need apply. That lieve in the principle thoroughly. I am The J. W. Hiring Grain & Mill Co., Tue Howe Pump and Engine Works, Mr. Foree haB been badly treated by notBecondto my leader in my advocacy have bought about 25,000 bushels of Hia of free silver. I have had heartfelt con- of Indianapolis, of which Mr. B. J. O. Blackburn'B friends is evident. wheat at from 40 cents to 50 cents. favorite ought to victions on the subject for a long time. Howe is president, haB failed. It has Bteady support of their liabili- Richmond Pantagraph. have secured for him Borne recognition; It is the relief that the people demand, asset of $120,000 to $150,000 and The estray mule advertised by U. D. it didn't and it is UBelesa now for hlra to and the democratic party ia the party to ties of less than $50,000, but Its tsiots are Bright belonged to D. R. Moore, of the try to stem the tide, especially with all give it to them. The democratic party largely in the form of municipal bonds, Shelby City section, aud he came up the machinery of the party in the hands is the party of many and not of the few. upon which the silver agitation made it Wednesday and gotlt. of the free silver people. If Mr. Foree ia Arthur Sewall, democratic nominee for impossible to realize, sayB the dispatch. R B. Hutchcraft Bold his export catThis ia the company that built the water evidently doeB not vice president. correctly reported he tle, 57 head, to Jonna Welti!, Monday. works here and which retaina an internet seem to have heard of the propriety of averaged about 1,475 pounds at in them. Col. Welch, the president, They MORE NEWS NOTES. making a virtue of a necessity. $3.S5.-Pa- riB Kriituckian. Bays the failure will affect only that stock In Louisville 520 saloons paid $150 here guaranteed by that company to reThe racing stable of J. Elmer Bush, The dispatch sent from here lo the was caught in a wreck at by some oth- each license this week. alize 7 per cent, which he says his com of Louisville, Times and Courier-JournThe old Kentucky paper mills at pany will pay, doubtless, after it gets Indianapolis. Three men and $00,000 regular correspondent er person than the Louisville sold for $51,000 at commis over its series of bad luck, north of uot! wr injured. ia misleading and untrue in several parLouis Walz bought of Dr. Hugh Reld ticulars. It otateB that the effort to raise sioner's sale. Miles Chapman, son of J. W. ChapCharivari. -- Tueec ay n ght Mr. Na- a small bunch of heifers at 2jc and of L. a Bryan club at Highland proved a fail by than Balden, a widower of 51, and Mrs. H. PiercH a buucb of same at same price. ure, when the fact is no such etiort was man, of Georgetown, waa killed there Matilda Carter, 40, were married at Row He also bought of John Baughman a few to the club a Midland train. made. "Only 15 members A freight train went through a bridge land by Rev. G. O. Smith. That night hogs at 3c. organized at Goshen Saturday," should At Columbus, O., Tuesday, G. & O. Carolina, near Durham, and they were treated to a charivari, the like read 40, and would have read so had the in North of which was never beard in this section. P. Cecil's Lottie Loraine won the 2:C9 two people were killed. intruder wanted to give the correct At Elizabetbtown a white vagrant Every conceivable noise producing and pace, lowering her record to 2:05J. Their Clubs will be organized at variouB is aa was sold at auction, the purchaser giving nerve destroying article waa brought in- Emma Ollutt won the 2:25 trot. Best points in the county and Lincoln 2: and for hours night was sure to go for Bryan and Sewall as the 3d $12.75 for the man's time for six months. to requisition not only to the couple, time W. Hi. A.Trlbble's KateMalloy, shown day of November cornea. Mr. CleveIt is estimated that the Moore Bros., made hideous, of the town besides. An by Bailey & Drye, wore the blu tie in to the rest s land's injunction to "Tell the truth" is of Chicago, lost between four and five bnt fancy Buddie ring for marea and was made to get the groom out and the at the Danville lair Wednesday, ovnot obeyed by many correspondents nnd mil'ions of dollars in the Diamond match effort put him under a wide open hydrant er eight contestants. numerous newspapere. The Courier-Journ- deal. he would not show Norria Bros, report 350 cattle in their manufacture . Inez, the wife of Agramonte, the proved abortive as is doing itB best to only excuse for torment- pens, court day, and mor anxious buyCuban leader, has been killed in battle. his face. The Prices a sentiment that doesn't exist. has 10 grown children ers than for 2 eeveral months. She accompanied her husband on all his ing him ia that he ranged from to 31 cents, but mainly at 3 as if that was a crime. Davieom failed to show up at Harrods raids. ceute. Weight 000 to 700 pounds. ichmond Climax. Monday and the dispatches say that burg L. O. Metcalfe, professor of physiol Theke waa a narrow escape from a -- L. V. Harkneas.a millionaire StanB. Thompson amnsert mmsen anu ogy and mathematics at tbo Louisville John accident in the roadster mare riug dard Oil man, recently bought of Bowmnrin the roDiiblicanB applaud by ridi- - Manual School, was drowned in Pike at the fair yesterday, says the Advocate, man A Clay 150 acres of laud isnear ..,ii htm. Thn little rooater of the county. now the for $16,500 cash. He Th6re were 10 entries, and as usual, the Fayette county, Kichmond Pantagraph ia moved to re Thomas Franklyn, a Clay county. sport grew fast nnd furious in the little largest land owner ininaBlngle tract. mark that ridicule Is a poor weapon to Mo., desperado, killed his wife and sou ring. During the hottest of the fight Mr. having 1,000 acres O. B. Kogieman lias oougui pi a i van use in any kind of battle, but be is mis- because they wanted a horse to ride to Scearco of Lebanon, who waa showing Pnlllns.of Garrard, his farm of 72 acres, were takes a half inter-es- t taken as ububI. If Mr. Thompson church. Mies Cecil, fell from his seat. The fright- for $2,000. Mr. Pullins meat business in in the grocery and a mind to it, he could laugh our man A boy at Greensburg, ened mare then without a guiding hand, and will move to town aa clean out of court and he ought to do it. Ind., fatally stabbed his grandfather be- rushed into the rear of Doc Dryo'a skele- Richmond, gets Ids tobacco cut and hous soon as he provocation enough. He certainly has cause the latter would not lend him a ton wagon and there was a wreck. Dyre ed. Climax. quarter. Andrew Yeast fold to i arris A had a close call. The runaway mare's campaign committee asWhitley, of Danville, five yearling mules Tub Illinois In a riot in Alabama, resulting from foreleg barely missed striking him in the to 25. D. O. Terhune bought sevsessed Gov. Altgeld $7,000, but he de- a quarrel over the election, a democrat back of the head and just grazed bis side. at eral mule colts at $23 to $30 and some clines to pay it, saying that he Is a poor waa Bhotand his head cut oil by frenzied Doc lost his balance and both horses got yearling cattle at 3r He also bought weanling mules in Woodford man. He is likewise a very dangerous populists. loose, when the timely interference some fine man to clothe In any kind of authority. Warrants for the payment of the su- of Hop Meyer and otherB prevented fur- at $40 to $50. HanwMmrg SwyingB. His participation in the Chicago conven- gar bounty, amounting to nearly $5,000,-00- 0, ther damage. Rov. Dr. Dixon of Now York still votes-have been drawn by the treasury tion cost the ticket thousands of hugs tho old superstition that without SOMEWHAT LOCAL. demagogue pure and simple, It is a department. tho ubility to shoulder a musket woman wonder his people have not found him The trial of Sawyer for the murder cannot claim tbo ballot Upon this basis A tramp near St. Joseph, La., out aooner. how many men would bo Btrlpped of to a rape, whereupon he waa tied of Dr. Burnsida is In progress at thoir frunohiso? Bontou Globe, respiting the to a tree and riddled with bullets and Gov. Bbadlky'b action In The people of Cincinnati by a vote been hung then burned. Negro boy, who was to have Bread refused to sell the become that haa been out in slices and A Washington judge holds that no of 15,730 to 15,392 stole may be freshened by laying here yesterday, is commendable and is Southern road to the O. H. & D. the slioca together and folding a damp endorsed by a majority of the more foreigner can be legally naturalized Alex. Beazley, aged 75 years, a far- napkin around them; pat tho napkin in he becomea fully acquainted with thoughtful people. The execution of mer residing near Lancaster, died Wed- a paper bag and place tho bag in a hot a the constitution. Bach a creature aa Alcorn would be nesday. He was the oldest pensioner in oven for 15 minntoa. mockery of justice and no vindication of Frank 8mlth, of West Union, 0 at- the county. Ib his proper A lady has been appointed a registrar the law. The penitentiary tempted auicide when his wife threatene George Prewltt was arrested by of births, marriages and doatha by tho pUce. ed to leave him on account of his failure Adams at Paint Lick and lodged guardians of tlio city of London. Miss Elector Tarvin, of Covington, makes to provide for her. in jail for running a gambling bouse. Kemm, the lady in question, has for Tom Brown, a farmer of Webster s case waa contin- soino time acted as assistant to her faThe the Btatement that the republicans paid county, became insane, and with an ax Bourke Cockran $250,000 to bolt the Chiued for the defendants at Barbourville, ther. ticket. It is doubtless untrue, but inflicted fatal wounds on bis wife, cago with the hope of wearing it out till all of A village improvement society nt and baby. they did it iB about as poor a use as law the witnesses are dead. if Woodstock, Vt., encourages tho keeping money to. About James D. Sutton, Fayette county's John W. Nelson, assessor of Laurel of neatly trimmed lawim by renting they could put their Bourke. largest man, who weighed 340 pounds, county, living atEist Bernstadt, shot his lawn mowers to residents. It is a wom$2 50 ought to be enough for died at Lexington of Brignt's disease, brother, David, four times Saturday an's idea. a republican, hBB for- aged 50. He was a butcher. night, mortally wounding him. W. E. Hobson, Figa tho bfwo grown dry may be A Negro highwaymen at Louisville The mangled remains of Jack Ham- freshened by putting tham upoaiw plate announced as an independent mally district. told Ewing Watterson to hand over for CongreBB in the Third his mond, a miner, were found on the rail- and koopiog them in a stoimer until race against money and he did so, giving np $50. sayB he will make the He He road track near Jellico. The body bad moist ami plump. Hunterand Hunter methods, and if Rhea is a eon of tbo great editor and was out been run over by a train Both legs had been severed and the head crushed. Foci NEW ADVKKT1SEMKNTS. doesn't get there we hope Hobaon will. at 3 a. m. play is Buapected. George Weigel committed suicide In rolling with Alabama starts the ball a MIDDLEBURG, CASEY CO UNTY. the jail at Louisville by hanginc him Next 40,000 democratic majority. self. He had been locked un or eoi. Co., The hay season is upon ub again and Ing money to take him back to his wife TO MEET. mower ia heard on evthe hum of the COMMITTEE CALLED Ky. and children in Germany. ery hillaide. Ttie second crop of clover county committee Having been knocked out bv the bein? harvested now seems to be much The new democratic SSTFAIR WARNING, -- q Aug. 10, courts, the prohibitionists of 8cott coun- better than the first. will meat at Stanford, Monday. We want to give thoee who owe A good rain fell here Saturday night, that we (hall give them two weeksus fair warning county court day, to consider mattera of ty will cut and come again on the 14th more when they say they will beat red liquor doing much good to the corn crop, which up with ui, and if they do not come ud to settle party. in th.t importance to the time, we shall put their accounts ib the hands of by a larger majority than beore. J, E Carson, Chairman. begun to falter Bince the frequent an officer. bad ilEUSHON It GRKKK. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal F. NORTH IN LINE. Mt. Salkm, Aug. 4. I heartily endorse HON. M. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. SIX PAGES- - ,, A bountiful cropia already assured without more rain and it ia thought that 75c per barrel will be the price at harvesting time. Mike Jones sold to Thomas Wilkin son a mare and colt for 1 100, a cow to Charles McWhorter for $25 and a small bunch of hoga to J. O. Coulter at 3c. Mike haa about sold out and will start to Texas Aug. 10th, much to the regret of his many friends. Charley Spears, of the Indian Creek section, is talking of accompanying Mr. Jones to Texas. V. R. Coleraau, a heretoloro red hot republican, authorizes us to Bay thnt he will Bupport Bryan and Sewall at the November election. We are glad to Beo that "Virge" favors free silver If he can not Bwallow the whole of the democratic doctrine. We hope, however, that he may yet boo the error of his way and return tothe party no much loved by his grand old father, C. W. Ooleman. Some time ago Biven Meade and Butler Wall agreed with each ether to quit drinking, with the understanding that the first to get drunk whs to submit to a whipping by the other. Lust week Wall got on a "high lonesome" and on hearing of it, Mr, Moade went up to Mr. Clay pool's store aud finding Wall there, e took up a two handed brush and him threadbire. Butler took It like n man, but it is safe to Bay that he will not make a similar bargain with Biven liter-wor- sboweiB hern 10 davB aeo. SEE OUR $3-5- 0 PANTS, E TAILOR-MAD- ALL ANYTHING IN CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. RECORDS BROKEN IT WILL PAY YOU To come in this week and see the big cuts we arc making in every department of our big store. We realize what it takes to sell goods in a dull season like the paescnt and we are pecordingly applying the knife to every department. Read the list below : Blue, Red and Gray Calico, this week, 3j4c. India Linen worth 7)4c Nice White Goods 5c, worth Yard-Wi- de Brown Cotton 4j4c. 11 Bleached Cotton Lonsdale, Fruit and Masonvillc, Best Brands of Bleached Cotton Made, worth 9c. 8- -4 per yard. Unbleached Sheeting at Fine Black or White Corsets 43c, worth 75c. Men's Working Shirts at 25c. ,. .. i H 4c, Sc. 4c. 6c, I2c ion f " . 4 30C . " 35c 40c. m Ter-bun- e, Fine Percale Shirts, with Collar and Cuffs Attached or Detached, 50c, worth 75c. Men's Underwear 45c per Suit. Good Bleached Drill Drawers only 25c. Ladies' Slippers 48c. Ladies' Dong. Pat. Tip Button Shoes gSc. We have some Choice Bargains left in Men's, Boys' Clothing. and Children's Ready-Ma-de LOUISVILLE STORE. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, T. D. RANEY, Manager. H H II H Branch Stores: Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., Elizabcthtown, Frankfort, and Mauckport, Ind. ij ' J hrj J al jjpV- - V -- GUARANTEED 1 tV, ... 8 .! .-'. vvsra. by us. Ui fig-ur- ea. ge'd-ing- al I I I 1' Arc both the prices and quality of We can sell you all Coal sold 1 Coal at 7c to 14c per J3tu Delivered at your house. SCREENINGS LEFT AT Have about too bushels of 5 BU. FOR Si. M Call and sec us. ui : 11 J. H. BAUGHMAN - & CO. I i 111) -R- . Lex-inut- on -- AT - AT YOUR PRICE. Cooking, Heating, Gasoline, Stoves, And Ranges for 30 days going at less than actual cost. f2 W. H. WEAREN & CO. DSi3322) e2330 CASH BASIS AT eS, HL con-iBs- ed le. PEMTS DEM fJJiU ilD, W be-lo- re Con-liabl- Fields-Adkin- mother-in-- After having for some time considered the advantages and disadvantages of the Cash System of doing business, we have been forced to the conclusion that it is right, and in the end, the best for both buyer and seller. On Wed- nesuay, juiy 15, we wm Degin mis system, viz: uuying and Selling for Cash Only, and we feel sure that we shall be able to satisfy both old and new customers that this move is best both for them and for us. We will carry a Better and Larger Stock of Goods than ever before and feel sure that we shall be able to please you in service, in quality of goods and in price. Yours for Business, G. 3f?SXi TRY PAYING can-dida- te t x & mmsmmBswmm ooo- - I. PENNY, Ex'or. CASHS)2)Se3 $ r77i m FOR CASH! There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in prices I St. Asaph Carriage Stanford, 1 .,. I I I I W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. I mmmMzmMmmmmmmFmmzm w In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans andBlacks. Call at once and get pick of the stock. TjC. a aTox m tlxe 3Te:5rt Tib.ixt3r nbas, 1 f ( ( f Semi-Weekly -- interiorJoukne August 7, 1890 B'JRIAL OF POPE PIUS IX. ANEWBOSABONIIEUB LUCY CLEVELAND'S VIVID WORD PICTURE OF A BRILLIANT ARTIST. The llody Walled V Btakford. Ky., la l'ut a the Crypt, Few saw tho scouo "Vihich followed when tho good popo' Ibodj had lain Tomb Until It In a Temporary J ' "less enthusiastic friends," "Turner had flue, intelligent eyed, dark bluo or mazarine," said Mr. Trimmer, bis old XIVERY, FEED & SALE friend; "but, as it is said of Swift's, they were heavy rather than animatSTABLE, ed." Leslie writes: "Thero was, in iu his appearance Kentucky. fact, nothing elegant ho was in art IIo Stanfordy full of elegance as might have been taken for the captain II you Dd livery give ui a call, Nothltf eat of a river steamer ut first sight, but n n turnouu will Uar our itabl. Sh ua second would find far mora in hia fuco ior ratea.llnour than belongs to any ordinary mind" BLACKSMITH SHOP. Unfortuuately no artist has recorded work and aatlfactory that "secoud" sight. Mr. Watts, if ho i Will guarantee had tried, might havo dotio bo, but who prlcct. Try our hurtc ihoer. else? Cosmo Moukhouso in Scribner'a DA1LKV. CAIKOLt. doc Dura Whero Waa ller BAHiBTST dfc DRY3S, Tho Forfarshire lairds of a rcrnoto day wcro wont to go weekly to great Proprietors raoranTom Arit-cUfirt-clu- four days iu state and wiu then placed in it coillu at riiKht, to bo hoisted high How Mr. Charles K. Lakey Flnit Equipped Ileraelf For Work Her Flrat and swung noiselessly into tho tempoDesire to Paint Cattle Description ol rary tomb nbovo tho srnnll door on tho For Jug ol th Court ol Appcali, Tainting That la Next to Them. luist side that is, to tho left of tho Chapel of tho Choir. It was for a Ioiik W. S. It has been my good fortuno nnd a timo tho custom that each popo tdiould meet tho bril Or Nw CaiUc. lio thero until his successor died, when factor iu my education toE. Lakey, who liant artist, Mrs. Charles his body was removed to tho nionumout is making New York city her temporary EXCUIiSIOX TO OLD POINT COV prepared for it in tho mcantitno, and art home. In her down town studio I tho popo just dead was laid in tho samo FORT. havo seou the noblo canvases, the result place of her work in Europe in Paris, Flor On Tuesday, AuKiiet lltu, thu Tho church was almost dark, and Ohio lUilway Company will only iu tho Chapel of tho Choir and that encc and London. Mrs. Lakey is a pupil of Vun Marcke ran its annual excursion to Old Point of tho Holy Hacraiuont, which are op(in fact, tho only privato pupil he ever Comfort, Va. The excursion will leave posite each other, a number of big wax had). Sho has followed his example Loxington, Ky., at 4:30 r. m. on a special candles shed a yellow light. In tho rather than his examples and created vestlbuled train, and arrives at Old Point nicho over tho door a mason was still at for herself, or rather evolved from her Comfort at 3 p. x. next afternoon. No work, with n tallow dip, clearly visiblo self, her own style ller vervo und orig from below. Tho triplo colIlns stood beother excursion affords as much pleas-tir- e fore tho altar in tho Chapel of the Choir. inality impressed hor master, accus and enjoyment as a trip to Old Point. Opposite, whero tho body still lay, tho tomed as ho was to eervilo imitation, The HyRela Hotel and its "up'to-date- " Noblo guards and tho Swiss guards, in and he advised her to seek no moro tuiand appointments, as a their breastplates, kept watch with tion from toachers, however uamod, but management to givo nil her heart to nature, the only stopping place; its table second to none drawn swords nnd halberds. . Thus he recognized Tho Noble guards carried tho bier on teacher sho on the Atlantic coast; tho invigorating shoulders in solemn procctftinu, her great talent a plunge in the surf, the their As n girl Mrs. Lakey scaicoly magnificent flihlna and sailing make Old with chanting choir, robed bishops and tho natural beut of her own taltramping soldiers, round by tho ConfesPoint a moat desirable place to go. The sion and across tho church and lifted ent. Hor early efforts in nrt woro excluride from Lexington is an enjoyable tho body into tho coflln. Tho pojMj had sively idyllic, Clnndeliko studies. In feature. After comfortable night on been very much beloved bynllwhowero thoho early days it is doubtful if she the cars, breakfast Is taken at Olifton near him, and mora than ono gray painted a cow at all, savo us nu approForge in tho crest of the Allegheny haired prelato shod team of genuiuo priate feature of a landscape, not in tho least as a masterful motif. mountains. The ride then continues grief that night. As a child Mrs. Lakey longed for Iu tho coflln, in accordance with au over mountain and through valley, past nothing so much as to paint, only to anciout custom, a bag was placed conRichmond and Williamsburg, reaching I When sho was 6 years old, her ono of paint medals, ono taining Old Point in time for an afternoon surf silver 03 ono of brouzo of gold, for each of tho childish geography, her spelling manual and bath. All of these pleaaurta for only 8 years during which Popo Pius had wcro painted to tho fulL Margins to pageu thero weronouol It was all a story $12. Kound trip tickets good for 15 days. reigned, and a history of tho pontifl-catof tho artist, red, whito and bluo. But Write (or any informalon desired. written on parchment, was also ber father had determined to mako a 0. W. Barney, D. P. A., deposited at tho fwt of tho body. of her. Woe to tho When tho leaden coflln was soldered, mathematician Lftxinetnn. Kv. six seals were plaotnl upon it, flvo by friend who should enoourago what bo cardinals and ono by tho archivist of tho considered profltleFS post hue tho old Chapter of St Poter's. During tho atory of Jacob, whose ambition for his ion was sheep shearing, whilo God's wholo ct'rumony tho prothonotary tho chancellor of tho npostolio goal for tho boy was to walk among tho chamber and tho notary of tho Chapter stars. So tho paints were bomo away lift workman of of St. Peter's wore busy, pen iu hand, from her. Now tho question camo up, How to YEARS writing down tho detailed protocol of 14 irot thorn? "I had plonty of writing tho proceedings. paper," pays Mrs, Lakey, "but tbs Tho last absolution was Odorless IWator Olosots, Frost-Proo- f and tho colliu In itn outor pronounced, paints I I stolo over to a neighboring of olm Water Pipes, Porwas slowly moved out and raiwd in farmer ono day and begged him to buy Hlings and gently inning into the uiclio. some paints for mo at tho distant town. celain Bath Tubs Tho ltuwim bricked up thu opi'nlng in Tho farmer refused. Hah, ho littlo know AsitcUlly. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO tho presence of cardinals and guards, the thrill that went through my childish NONE. Gilt edg reference In and out nnd long Infore midnight tlio marblo heart as I walked home, slowly, across ottncSuU Ak jrour Dnvlll slab, curvwl to represent tho sido of n tlie( Holds. I would manufacture my frltsdt about my work. Rarcophagus, wus iu its placu with ita paints I skipped nnd danced tho rest of the way. I had a piece of gainbogo. T. F. CLARKE. simple iiihcription, in"Pius IX, P. AL" Thero was my yollow. Thero was an Century. Marion Crawford CWmem Home IlulMlnf, Danville, Ky. old bottlo of bluo ink in tho house. I'd TURNER, THE ARTIST. mix them and get green. I stolo out into our garden, gathered on npronfulof Sonic Cnllattrrlnir Ten l'ortnilta of the red 'four o'clock, ' squeezed, and poundGrrt Mauler of Landarape. ed them in u handkerchief, and behold, On tho whole, tho twrtraita of Turner I hud a tublospoouful of gorgeous red in after life cannot bo said to bo satis- liquid I had a paletto now. Yes, and factory or convincing. Turner's wiw I kept my childish ears open mid heard doubtless a baflliug face, full of charac- Mr. Henry, a friend of my father, say ter, which wasdilllcult to suiao without that if you take uubrowned coffee and caricature, showing little of tho flno break tho whito of an egg over it und spirit and joetical fooling whicli wcro let it stand 12 hours you will get a displayeil iu his works nnd becoming brilliant green. I stole awny to cofTeo courtier tutd redder aa ho advanced in and tho houuory, and I got green. life a faoo that rejected all attempts "Now I was equipped. My school FOR- at idealizatiou, at least iu tho hands of frieuds received numberless mementos, thoeo who tried. I wonder if they havo them today. Nona of tho written descriptions of "I believe, " says Mrs. Lakey, "I can him is very attractive: "A red Jewish uovor be thankful enough for tho free, face, with staring bluish gray eyes, tho opeu air lifo ou horseback my father on record; me, roaming along tho groat - smallest and dirtiest hands coarse his complexion was very and plains whero our groat herds of cattlo wenthor beateu; his cuticlo that of a wero feeding. I watched and watched U. S, IIacohkan. J. W, Hadchmah. Htagecoachman or au old tho foreground, tho middle distance, the boatewain" this, according to Thorn-bury- , grand perspective. I bolievo I felt tho was tho impression ho mado on first dawuiug desire to paint cattle W. P. WALTON. Bee-lni- c JUDGE PRYOR to which Daubiguy might "proudly have signed his name. "The Youug Mother" is a simplo canvas designedly so. Youth is frank, ingenuous, sincere. There is nothing to hide. A wide meadew, n distant fringo of trees, a Juno suu overhead, with bright scurrying ralncloudi tho young mother will hae .1 drop or two en her hoad in a minute if sh dresn't look out. Sho is lying iu tho meadow uith her first calf olwe to her dour uoe. Sho has just stopped licking its our. Thero is an anxious little look in her hcud bent forward to listen fcr a step. Note how ipleudidly the is dono. TALLYING THE 9REAT BJJSINESS TRAINING SCHOOLOF.ThCsOUTH. o(&ir&ftfMsJJ'SWrrifwd' 5fffMJMfotoAwnM Z 'AOOlt CI? . QmcetEo-rfovMALfiiE- " Hunmk: or cuoums BV THE holding n wsttiors. COKEN0tO THt C0UNTRY- - UAOINC BUSINESS HEN Of yseflj&ffifr - THE - l?D &m!i??t&iJu MCHTIONCQUP&6 WAMTTp. State College of Kentucky Opons Soptembor IO, 1896. Oh6!-peako- A PINEAPPLES. neo-led- bus-pecto- d 1 o, Superior Plumbing! EXPERIENCE upon-foli- c, cwu-- o I Thomas' Hay Rakes 14. I ONIiY J. E. VanArsdale- man-of-war- 's M.S.&J.W.Baughman, Instruction i9 provided in Agriculture, Horticulture, Mechanical Engiuceriag, Civil Engineering, Classics, Normal School Work and In threo Scientific Courses ol Thopi::carpl ftacu lasts from about Study, viz: Chemical, Biological and Mathematical. March 1 to about At;?. 1. New Vork County appointees receive tuition, matriculation, room rent, fuel and lights free. gets pineapples frrm tho Florida keys, County appointees who remain ten consecutive months or one year also receive travfrom the West Indie aud from the Bahamas. Somo come in steamers, somo eling expenses. Board in Dormitory S2 25 per week; in privato families S2 to f 4. For catalogues and other information, address in sailing vessels. Pineapples from Havana by steamer are brought in barrels JAMES K. PATTERSON. Ph. D., LL. D President, Lexington, Ky. and crates. Pineapples brought iu sailing vessels ore brought mostly iu bulk not thrown In lotxely, howover, but enugly stowed, bo that as many aa may be got into a vessel. On tho wharfs hero pineapples Is brought in bulk are handled with great celerity. Men in the hold of tho vessel fill bushel baskots with them and hand tho baskets up on deck, whero they aro passed along and set up on tho string-piec- e of tho wharf. Tho trucks in which they aro to bo carted away aro backed down handy. A box of suitable height, and which is as long as tho truck is wide, is placed at tho end of tho truck. A man standing near on the wharf lifts LIFEASSURANOES0CIETY0FTHEUNITED STATES, tho baskets from tho striugpieco and j sets them up on this box. Two men ISO BROADWAY, 2TEAV YORK. stand at tho box, each with a basket of pineapples in front of him, to count tho DURING the past Thirty six years the Equitable Society has pines and throw them into tho track, which has racks at tho sides; leugths of accumulated, in the transaction of its business, Total Assets of over board aro placed across tho end as tho load rises. Two men stand in tho truck to level tho fruit us it comes to them. Tho two counters aro exerts and they work with great rapidity and steadiness, Out of which it now holds, for the benefit of its Policy-Holde- rs, Total keeping pineapples going all tho time. Surplus Funds or Profits, amounting to over Each man picks up two pineapples at u time, ono with each hand, und gives them a toss into tho truck, both men counting as they go along, ono after another, "ono," "two," "three, ""four," Which exceeds the sum of the Surplus Funds which have been accu"live," and bo on up, each count mean- mulated, and are now held, by any other Life Assurance Company ing two piueapplcfl. When they striko by over "ono hundrod," tho tallyman makes a straight chalk mark ou tho end of tho truck ; that stand for 200 pineapples. While, ho it making tho chalk mark tho other counter keeps right ou, and ho may DURING the past Ten Years the Equitable Society has made havo got up to "two" or "threo" again, Total Surplus Earnings of over for it takes a Hccond ox two to mako tho chalk mark, but by that timo tho tallyman is at it ugain chiming in with "four," nnd nway they go together again, counting up rapidly toward an- Which have been larger than those of any other company, and has, other hundred. If n inau on tho load after paying Dividends to Policy-Holde- rs, accumulated during the finds a specked pine, ho drops it over same period, a Total Surplus for its Policy-Holde- rs, amounting to over the sido of tho truck into n basket that stands there, nnd says: "Ono out" Tho tallyman tosses in ono without counting, to keep tho count good. As fast ns tho counters empty the Which exceeds the Surplus accumulated by any other Life Assurbaskets they push them off tho box, and ance Company in the same time by over tho man at tho stringpiecosctsup a full ono In its place and tho counters keep tho pineapples going without cessation. At tho fifth hundred tho tallyman makes IT WOULD be wise for a person intending to assure his iife a mark diagonally across tho four bo has already made, in tho commonly to study the record of the Assurance Company proposed to him used method of tallying freight; but and learn the facts upon which the promises of Future Dividends theso flvo marks hero stand for 1,000 and Profits are based In other words, let him ascertain for himself pineapples. On a doublo truck there are the results that have been secured by the Company suggested, in usually carried from 4,500 to 6,600 pineapples; on a siuglo truck, from the accumulation of surplus during its history as well as its average profits in recent years. 2,000 to 8,C00. New York Sau. pos-elbl- Quick Work Dour In Handling thn Frnlt on Mir Krw Yorh Wharf. o The Record of the Past the Best Guarantee for the Future. "the: EQUITABLE $201,000,000, $40,000,000, $13,000,000. $46,000,000, $27,000,000, $6,000,000. Alum, Ac, in an abundance. Hopt every Friday night Mutic by iplendld orcheitra. Write tor Circular and Analrili of wateri. Table first- - Dundee, not so great then, to dlno early, but too well, and ride away homo, not iu every caso very fit for tho saddle, STANFORD, KV. Tho road ran eastward for bomo miles Hortes handled undtr Saddle and In Harntsi. on n height abovo tho Tay, a stoop and prepared tor tale. roaditen and aaddlcra bought and told on commiiiion. Good grassy slopo down to tho Firth. Ono of hall mile track and belt atablca in the country. 8 tho old gentlemen (they were gentlo-mon- ) rolled off his horso nnd rolled nway down tho declivity. Tle water at tho edgo was only a few inches deep at that season of tho tide, and thero ho lay. By and by 6omo ono remarked Junction City, Ky. that tho laird's saddlo was empty, though his horso was trotting on with tho others. So tho pnrty turned back, New Management, looking for tho missing man, and exExtensive Improvements, claiming: "Faar ore ye, Balnawiggin? Excellent Appointments. Faararoyo?" At length u voico was heard, coming from far bolow. "Tho The mot acceiilble Summer Rnort la Ken- Lord knows faar I am. But I carina bo tucky. Tho greatest diveriity ol Mineral Watera in holl, for hero's water 1" Longman's to be found any where. Whits Sulphur, Illick tiulphur, Chalybeate, Epaora, Magneiu, Salt, Magazine. Training and Sale Stable Klnt-cUu Linnietta Springs, An Example. J. 36 B, OWENS & SON, Junction City, Ky. MOST IN QUANTITY. SE8T IN QUALITY. WORMS ! WHITE'S CREAM Has led alt WORM Remodlos. 'EVERY I0TTLE GUARANTEED.1 SOX.D BY 4X1. DRUGGIST. KICrUBDSOS XEDllKkC CO., VERMIFUGE! YEARS FOR 20 rrtr4 br BT. tOCIS. of thn general law of uverages, Mr. Peabody," said tho professor of mathematics, after his lecture on the doctrino of chances. ' Urn why there's tho speed of tho telegraph, and tho lack of it in tho who delivers it," said Peabody, iu a vaguo, hesitating way. Cincinnati Enquirer. Heady to Do It. Jimson Whnt's this I hear about in your class ut college? Young Jimson Nothing at all iu it Jimson But tho president writes mo that you rt fused to obey your professor. Young Jimson Bosh I IIo asked us to decline tho verb to work, and wo all declined. Philadelphia North American. men-teug- "You will kindly givo us an cxamplo er .U They havo wrung from chary and tions critics wido aud opeu praise and ndjectivoa two bauds high. "Tho Right of Way" is n herolo canvas 0 by 14 foet It depicts a proud, big creature, a bull of flno race, with tho herd coming on through a cool meadow land. He has tho "right of way." If you nro wise, you will not contest it with him after ono glance at hi eye. I have had tho pleasure of a private view of her pictures now in New York city. "Just In Bloom" is a canvas 10 by 18 inches only, but it is crowded with tho wholo of a May morning, that evanescent uioraont coming but once, that tender, pathetio blossom time that almost boforo yon can breatbo it is This woman paints with such an out of doors The breeze is across hor work. You blink in her sun. You stund with wido opened eyes of startlod Joy nnd a quoor working iu your throat in her meadows mad with May, just in bloom I A young hoifer is crossing a pool. Sho is waiting u momout ns if listening those dear, dumb, simplo creatures aro nearer to nuturo's groat heart than our complex humanity listening to tho creak of tho littlo door that lots tho littlo blossoms out. Tho apple blossoms aro a disordered delight of color glassed in tho pool in which the bluo May sky finds mirror. This woninu, so powerful in her handling of animal lifo, is a great landscnp-is- t aa well. In "Alouo" how she can dip her brushes iu dreams It is a pictnro of an uufenced meadow, a lonoly meadow, with littlo streams crawling into tho night shadows ihat aro deepening across tho louo expanse One troo ou tho edgo of tho pools alouo. Tho night will be down In a moment, and it will kq g blnok. mid night. Thj picture, is. ono yes-torda- y. LAUGHTER. thon." Mrs. Lakey felt her domiGradually Da It Evoluted From the Brutal Yell nant virilo power quickeu in the durk. Over a Tortured EuemyT Her first large canvas, "Landscape With Just as tho hoof of tho horso is tbo Cattlo," betrayed instantly "a subtle remnant of an original five toes, just as gravpiug of tho secret of bovino charac- tho pineal gland in man is now said to ter and expression, putting hor well on bo tho Hurvivnl of n prehistoric eye on in tho ranks of Amoricau cattle paint- tho top of tho hoad, so, perhaps, this ers." Thou followed tho years abroad levity in regard to particular ailments and their patient, exhausting and ox- - (in others) may bo tho descendant of au hanstivo study. It was in her studio in unoriginal ferocity in man. It is a well Surrey, England nay, it was iu the known theory thut what wo call humor mondows of England's best (that idyl uroso from tho samo source; that tho of the "open") that the two great pic- first human laugh that over woke the tures were painted, "The Right of Way" astonished echoes of gloomy primeval und "Leador and Herd, " exhibited at forests v ,.i not an expression of mirth, Goupil's, in Now Bond stroet, London. but exultation over tho misery of a cau- IN ENTERING into a contract which may not terminate for thirty or forty years, it will well repay the assurer to give the subject the careful investigation that would be devoted by him to any other aflfair of like magnitude and importance. Due inquiry having been made, let the best Company in which to assure be selected one whose past record and present financial condition justify the belief that in the future it will afford both the greatest security and the largest profit of any. THE BUSINESS of the Society is conducted on the purely mutual plan; all surplus belongs to the Policy-Holders. I I tortured onemy. Thoro is to this day something terrible in laughter. Tho laugh of madness or of cruelty is n sound moro awful than that of tho bitterest lamentations. By mcana of that strange phonograph that wo call literature, we can listou even now to tho luughter of tho dead, to tho hearty guffuws or cynical titterings of generation after generation of bygouo men and women, aud if wo aro curious iu such matters wo can probo into tho nature of tho changes tliut havo passed over tho fashion of men's humor. For it has been said, not without tho support of weighty cumulative evidence, that, as wo pcuotrate further iuto tho past, wo find tho sense of humor depending always moro obviously nnd solely upou tho enjoyment of tho pain, misfortune, mortification or embarrassment of others. Tho seuso of superiority was tho seuso of humor in our ancestors; or, in other words, vnuity lay at tho root of this, ns of most other attributes of our bumptious species Putting car to our phonograph, wo catch tho echoes of a strange and merry tumult; boisterous, cruel, often brutal, yet with hero und thero a tender cadenco from somo solitary voico; nnd presently this lonely noto grows stronger and sweeter, as wo travel slowly toward our time, until at length, through ull tho merriment, wo can hear tho soft of pity. Does tho picture not seizo tho imagination tho long laughter of tho ages which begins 'In cruelty and cuds in love? Westminster Review. I under-murmur PERSONS considerintr the assurance of their lives will finrl itto their advantage to send for a Prospectus, which contains a full description of the various kinds of poiicies issued by the Society. ror lunner iniormation appiy to - HIBBERD BROS. & General Managers for Kentucky. LYON, Louisville, Ky., Special Agent. T. J. B. TTJHXTEH, Lancaster, Ky,, WOOL. WOOL. This tho best market and ours Is tho best houso to ship to. Wo mako liberal advances on consignments. Besides wo havo better facilities than other houses In having many largo factories to supply. Wo get you tbo top price and pay spot cash ; uot lu truJe. No traveling agents. Ship all your wool and form produce direct to HERNDON-CARTE- R 110 Third Street, or 313 to 310 Murrell Court, CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. THE Queen &Cr escetit ROUTE of superbly appointed reaches theTprincipal cities of the South with a sen-icthrough trains. Day Coashes nnd Sleeping Care through to Ilarriuian, Chattanooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Kuoxville, Hot springs and Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mcnroe and Shrevcport. Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, yy jrjpji Lfk via New Orleans or via Shreveport. Short Line from the Blue Grasa Cities to Cincinnati Free Parlor with every accommodation to patrons. Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor aud Observa tion Cars between Cincinuati, Lexington aud Chattanooga. Chas.W.Zell, W. C. Itlnearson, e 1 V Mrs. Heupeck This is whero my first husband was buried. If tho Zulus hndn't killed him iu that dreadful wnr, you wouldn't Iks my husband today. Mr, Heupeck Ah, what a qurso war isS Pick Mo Up, 1 Pfo PoM'r Agt., Cfncinnait 0. a.P.A.,CtneiniuaU 0. o . .i VM ". ,,,, mt. - r . , .(. , y ft y jr Al VI Semi-Week- ly Interior Jourm THE AKIZONA KICKER August 7, 1896 A CONTEMPORARY Stafford, Kt., ATTENDS BEECHEM'S "AT HOME." MRS. E. C. Walton, Business Manager. farseelns; Scotchwoman. I II It would probably take mnuy generations of uiidosinxl and undesirablo adversity to train Americans into the thriftincss of tlio Scotch. An illustration of this thrift is contained in the story of a Scotchwoman who had been promised a present of a new bonnet by a lady. Before- sho mtvdo tho jinrchaso, tho lady called and asked tho good woman: "Would yon rather havo n felt or a straw loniiet, Mrs. Wilson?" "Wecl." said Mrs. Wilson, "I think I'll tak' a strao ane. It'll niaybo bo a inouthfu to tho coo when I'm done wi' it I" Youth's Companion. far-wcin- Tbe Editor of Tbe Kicker Expoa an Importer A Warning; to Old Jim Ilerwwoo nd His Crowd Tlve Death of a 3Ian With m Short Neck. g I I An Old lland. Bob How much is it customary to givo tho minister when ho marries you? Ben Oh, I generally give him $10. Yonkers Statesman. Bicycle Parade. Cincinnati, Satui-da- y, August 8. Low round trip excursion via tbe Queen & Crescent Route. Good to return Sunday, August 9th. Ball game, Cincinnatis vs. Louiavilles, Sunday. Ask agents for particulars. W. 0. Rinbabson, G. P. A., Cincinna ti,0. Bucklln'a Arnica Balvo The best salve in the world for cuts, bruiiess lorei, ulcers, salt rheum, fever teres tetter, chap- ed hinds, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, t positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It Is luaranteed to give periect satisfaction or money refunded. Pnce 35 cents per box. For salt by W. U. Mc Roberts druggist. Did You Ever. Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your trou blest If cot, Ret a bottle row and set relief. This medicine has been found to be peculiarly ad. pled to the relief and cure or sll ternale complaints, exerting a wonderful direct Influence in civinp strength and tone to the organs. If you nave Loss of Appetite, Constipaticn, Headache, Fainting Spells, or are Nervous. Sleepless, Excitable. Melancholy or troubled with D ziv Spells. Electric Bitters is the n edicine you need. Health and Strength are guaranteed by its use. Only jo centsa ootue at w. 11. aieKoberU' Drug Store A D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie. N, Y., says that he always lceeys Or. King's New Discovery In the boast and his family would not be without tt. If G. Rrocurable. that A. Dvkeman Druggist, Catskill, Dr. King's New Discovery is undoubtedly the best Cougn remedy; that he has oaed it in his family for eight jeajs, and it has icve. failed to do all that is claimed for it. Why not try a rtrtiedyso lonr tried and tested. Trial tottle tree at w. ti. McKooerts' urug store Regular sire vc. and St. Six weeks aro I suttered a very severe cold: was almost unable to speak. My Irerds all advised Noticing Chamber toe to consult a nhvsician. Iain's Cough Itemedy advertised in the St. Paul volka eitung 1 procured a bottle and alter taxing it a short while waa e itirely well. I now roost neartilv recommend this remeoy to aoyene suner ing with a cold. Wm. Keil, 63S Selby Ave., St. Paul Minn. For sale by Craig A Hocktr, Stanford, Ky. My little boy, when two j ears of age, was taken I was advised to .use very ill with bloody il x Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edv, and luckily procured part of a bottle. I carefully read the directions and gave it accordingly. lie was very low, out siowiy ana surely ue oegan to improve, gradually recovered and is now stout and strong as over. I feel sure it saved his life. I never can praise the Remedy half Its wcrth. I an sorry every one in tbe world does not know how good It 1, as I do. Mrs Lina S. Hlnton, Grahamsville, Marion Co., Florida. For sale by Craig & Uocker, ftanlord Ky. Household Treasure. Wednesday owning Inst Mrs. Gcncr-a- l Beechcm gavo an "at lonjcM in order to ehow off n $40 dross slw has lately received front Chicago, and as phe had bcr invitations nrintod at tbe oflloo of our esteemed contemporary alio folt under obligations to include him in tho list How tho old critter ovor worked up nerve- enough to attaud is a mystery to us, as tho only society ho is used to is that of Sing Lung, his Chinese and his old boirtailod dog. In paying his respects to tio hostess ho fell over a $0 gilt cluur and broke, it to pieces, and in swallowing a glass of punch ho got soma of tho liquid down tho wrong way and almost coughed hiB blamed old head off. Later in tbo evening ho wiped his chin on a window curtain and broke tho glasses with his elbow. As a grand culmination ho called Major Shorter a liar and was flung outdoors in tho mud. Mrs. Beechem's embarrassment and vexation could not bo concealed, but sho lias only herself to blame. A blooming old cadaver, who never oven attended a dog fight or a spelling school, can't bo expected to iniuglo in high toned society aud niako muoh of a success of Not With the Kicker. At a Into liour Tuesday evening wo were called up by telephono from Baker's Bend to givo information regarding a stranger who was about to bo hung by tho vigilanco committee. Ho was described as a ono eyed man with a stiff kueo and an old navy revolver and had been caught in tho act of stealing a cayuso tied to a post in tbo village, Tho man claimed to bo our agricultural editor, out on a hunt for now Bpccies of grasses, and ho appeared so earnest and truthful tliat tho committee telephoned to find out about As wo knew our agricultural editor to bo in tho Bald Eaglo poker rooms at thafrvcTy moment hunting for aces Instead of grasses, we were obliged to answer that tho stranger was an impostor. Ho was allowed to step to tho telephone aud call us a liar, but wo received hta compliments more in sorrow than in anger. Ten iniuutcs after his words reached us ho was banging up and down and taking no further interest in hotsea and agriculture. Our thanks aro duo tbo committee, and wo trust that it may bo . their luck to put na under lnun-drymnn, it it further-obligations- A GnuMl SaeoeaM. H dangerous as Aslstic cholera. Heretofore the best have failed to rheck its ravages; this remedy, however, has cured the most malignant cases, both of children and adults and under the most trying conditions, which proves it to be the best med.cinc in tbe world for bswel complaints. For sale by Craig & Hocker, Stanford, Ky. ciTorta of the most skilled physicians disentery in differed parts of the countrr in which Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diai-rhoRemedy was used with perfect success.Dys-enterwhen epidemic, is almost as severe and Since 1873 there have been nine epidemics of ea y, 'IS When'a man owns a blooded horse he is always He locks after its diet and careful ol its health. la particular that the feeding shall be regular and right. While h is doing this, it is likely as not that be is himself suffering Irom some disease o disorder. When the trouble gets so bad that he cannot work, he will begin to give himself the care Good, pure, rich, he gave the hone at the start. red blood is the best insurance against disease of all diseases come from impure any kind. Almost or impoverished blood. Keep the bloi d pure and strong and disease can find no fo.lhold. That is the principle upon which Dr Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery works. It cleanses, purifies and enriches the blood, puts and keeps the whole body in perfect order; makes appetite good, digestion strong, assimilation perfect. It hrings ruddy, virile health. It builds up solid, wholesome flesn, not fat, when, from any cause, reduced below the healthy standard. J. : T. STTTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, : HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Offers his services o the people of West LinFull stock of Coffins coln and Casey Counties. and Caskets always on hand. D. S. Carpenter, Manager, 95 ITOSZi & SOXT, DEALERS Good, Clean, Cheap In exchange. IN COAL, -- ..Corn and Hay taken Come and see us. Near Rallioad Crossing, East of Depct, STANFORD, KY. COAL I I am still agent for Falls Branch Coal and will Veep a supply of all kinds of Coal, to you get such as you want at the lowest possible prices for Cash. Office. Mill St. and Railroad Crossing, opposite Tho Booth Dramatic association left hero Friday noon for tho railroad and California loaded down with money. Tho two night performance was tho grandest success of the season, and wo rather pride ourselves that wo woo tho causo of it Wlen tlo manager arrived here, wo sat (town with him and told him what would take and what) would not with tins peoplo of this town. He was sensible enough to boo tho point and to cater to the idioms of theater goers, and everything paased off as smooth as a bu'stcd barl of molasses. Instead of running the tragedy tho company gavo us a mixture of "Hamlet, " "Uncle Tom'sCabin, " "Lady Audley'sSocret, " "Buffalo Bill, " "Tho Merchant of Ven- ico, " "Tho RobbcrH Roost" and "Bh and Gray." Thero wero heroism, love, villainy, clog dancing, songs, Indian fights, ivbducions and lots of other things nicely mixed togetlor, and tho who had coma with two guns prepared to shoot were so captivated and carried away that they fired silver dollars instead of bullets among tbo actors. Wo do iwtplumoourHelvefl on being a Uoat-riccritic, but we do know what will mako a go of it hi this town, and we stand ready to extend our fatherly advice to otlier managers. Ho Uetorued. Mr. John Hopkins, tho well known and highly esteemed banker nt Pino Hill, arrived in town Wednoflday morning on a visit to his aged mother, no had scarcely clasped her to his manly breast and taken a drink at the White Dog saloon when 16 citiaeiw of tho Hill appeared and demanded on interview with him. It seems ho hod left Pino Hill without saying anything to anybody and had only placed f 000 on tiw counter for his cashier to do business yith for the day. As noon as this was ascertained tho peoplo became excited and lield a mass meeting, ami (ho result was that 10 delegates vcero GCot out to overhaul Mr. Hopkins. Ho could havo explained matters to their satisfaction, no doubt, bat they were so earnest about H that ho decided to return with them and mako a public speech. Next day we got word that was krvely. While Mr. Hopkins had no idea of leaving tho country and only had $10 in cash with him, tho publio cannot bo blamed for being a bit overzealous. Nothing but a Aquarodoal al goes. Roller Mills. 37 J. B. IlfGGINS. Stanford, Ky. lb siiH 1 Scientific American Agenoy forg taLn It HtUsWi L5sissv LmLsaLm r-- I MjM XUJttr I gtimttfic Jiwitew the " For Information and f rco Handbook write to MUNN & CO., 861 Bbosdwat. Kbw York. Oldest bureau for securing patent In America. brought Krerr patent taken out by us la of charge before In tho the publio by a notioo given free CAVEATS. TRADE marks, DESIGN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS), etc. This town is lighted ut ititght by six kerosene lamps, and old Jim Hewsou and bis crowd got rogetlier regularly at 8 o'clock every evening and shoot tbo six lamp into tho middle of tho next day. This bos been going on for nbout four weeks, much to tlioonnoyanoo of citizens and tho financial damage of tho town trooKury. His honor tlw mayor (who is oursolf) gives publio notice that from and after this evening Ito and tho city murshal will bo abroad after lamplight, and airy found popping at the publio lamps may took out for a pop It Hut Stop. in return. Friday morning a halfbreed named Weekly. be wltlwut saaa t ear t4JU Mx months. AuareM.uu.NN VcauHSM,38l Broadway. Xet York City. Wl at circulation of any sclentiflfl paper fn la. Muenuiuir uiusirairu. It. g3.0Oa w Joe Chin was found deud in tho road n milo west of town, and a coroner's investigation revealed tho fact that Ito had drank tho contents of a two quart .jug containing horse medicine, Joo Ohin is tho critter who stole and ate fivo pounds of roller composition belonging to T.ho own," but proud of mid devoted to tho books under his care, no had Bix or ot tno apothecary tiro always costly. freaks aud curiosities?" was tho ques- eight intelligent assistants. We wero tiou asked of tho manager of a traveling Kov- - Jeukin Lloyd Joucs, Chicago, soon seated ut a table, a carefully preshow that had pitched its tent in a ' iJnmrart w& pared and very full catalogue before us, London suburb. Tho nineteenth century is a century "Don't hnvo to find them," was tho of brag. Really our .olf conceit may and our friend, Sadik Bey, at hand as It was touching to seo tho laconic response. "They find us. Tho receive a blow as we look back into the interpreter. genuiuo anxiety of tho old librarian to freak business is as regularly established past Any student, however brilliant, as any other and has its wholesale and may bo able to find in tho past centuries mm any book my uusuaml wished to retail firms, traveling salesmen, brokers, many examples of men of his own ape see, and ho wns ably seconded by his Sold in Lincoln county by brought us somo assistants. They price lists, factories" who many stimulate him to his best of- - exquisite Persian first manuscripts, beautiW. 13. McRoberts, Stanford. "Factories?" queried tho reporter, forts. Rev. C. M. Coburn, Methodist, fully illuminated and lioiind, and when " Penny's Drug Store, aghnst. Ann Arbor, Mich. wo made them understand that my hus"Why, certainly, factories, Of COUrsO. " Craig & I locker, Today and Tomorrow. band would like to seo any books in tho The freak business is divided into about W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. Tho future life, if thero Iw ono, is library from India they eagerly prothreo varieties foreign, domestic and 6hut from our sight by an impenetrable F. I). Twidwell, duced all they had, but they proved to IUKt ia Mint. 'roll All flint vn tnr be chiefly modern works on music AftJ. A. Hammond, Hubble. "In tho first class tho collectors travel exist; that we ure subject to natural er they had brought us somo fine manTanner Bros., McKinncy. all over tho world in search of rarities, law. Therefore live within tho circlo uscripts of the Koran with glosses and but tho very best freaks como from In- of tho day, for soon tho night cometh. commentaries, they asked us to walk J. I?. Alstott, Powers. dia and tho Malay peninsula. In theso In brief, eat, drink and be merry, for Hcazlcy & Son, Crab Orchard. countries thero aro peoplo who breed tomorrow wo die. Rev. J. IL Ecob, about and examine tho general contents M. Lee Pipes, Morcland. of the building. freaks. They buy young children and Independent Denver. The bookcases wero of tho best conYours for Health, animals and deform them whilo their The Sign of the Croo. struction, with movable shelves, and nt bones aro soft by all manners of means. Jamks T. Cooke, The sign of tho cross conies down to Then thy are constantly on the outlook us from the early Christians and was ono end we found a very good collection Harrodsburg, Ky. of English, French and German classics. for genuine natural freaks, and in thoso used long before the birth of ProtestantTho entire center of tho room was occu,l of a freak occurs very lands tho bi ism. Which of tho various denominaby glass cases, filled with gorgeous-lfrequently. headquarters of this tions on the American continent today pied bound illustrated works, chietly gifts business is at Singapore, makes the sign of the crosi? None ex"Then there aro any number of men cept tho Catholic church and tho Catho to the sultan. Whilo my husband, with who devoto themselves to tho discover- lio church alone. Rev. Father Dwyor, tho aid of Sadik Bey, was talking to tho old librarian, tho assistant showed my New Lint ITtvtrn Clncinnsti, ing and placing of freaks of all kinds Catholic, Cleveland. son and mo somo flno photographs of and varieties, and thero is scarcely a places in tho sultan's domains and of I'ioneer. day goes by that wo do not receive The pioneers of early Methodism were publio buildings in Stamboul. Longpackages of photographs aud illustrated dovo-tioheroes of Solid Trains, circulars from somo freak merchant or tho realdutv. their tho age. Their their man's Magazine. iutrunid faith, to Fast Time. other. The llano Teacher. keen insight inmost reality of "Of course thero aro tho faked freak things, their into tho sham, their dauntExcellent Equipment. scorn of When I went to school iu Paris, two men n perfect host in themselves. If less purpose made them and entitle very clear visions camo back to mo from Inaugurated May 24. tho proprietor of somo littlo show needs THK SCHEDULE, on additional attraction and does not them to tho perpetual gratitudo of tlvoir our fojouni there. First I remember I.v. Cincinnati J P.m. havo the money to hiro something good descendants. Rev. J. E. Bowen, Meth- standing on tho balcony ontsido our Air.Tolcdo .. 9Ms.n1, 9 sj a. m. j 15 p. m. 1 drawing room, looking down ou tho Arr. Detroit. .. for, liko everything else, freaks have odist, Bennington, Vt j 45 p. m. 6 i( a. ti. crowded street, whoro a huge, lumberItelltfou Training. Throuch ctaichn and parlor cats on dav trains. their price ho can get something for ' coaches, Cincla. A lack of religious training is tho ing statccoach, drawn by six horses, ThroughToledo and Wagner blctplng Cars on littlo money that will servo his purpose. nstl tu Cincinnati to Detroit night trouble of our times. Boys uro left to was slowly making iu way, preceded trains, "Tho real, genuiuo livo freaks always No service between Cincinnati. Toledo and Deand followed by mounted soldiers, and command high prices and travel all decide for themselves whether or not troit is AStiOO!AUUUNKW YORK LINK, AS 'iOOD AS OUK ( HICAGO LINK, over tho world in order to exhibit them- they will go to church or Sunday school. from its wido window thero looked out AS GOOD AS OCR ST. LOUIS LINK, on their youthful the heavy, downcast faco of an elderly selves. Most of them have regular routes Going depends only lluj our ileitis throush via "lilc Four." mapped out by their advance agents, whims, which are more changeable than man, who was then tho reigning king ror lull luiormauon can on sgents cr sddrris of the of France Charles Dlx but over whom D. II MAKTIN. O MclOKMACK. just liko theatrical companies, and as tho winds. Parents think nothing Gen, I'iss. X Tkt. Act, Pass Tratt-- Mgr they only appear at a placo at long in- absence of their children from the church tho clouds wero already gathering that tervals they never get stale, and some- services. Kcv. W. S. Hoskinson, Lu- sent him soon after as an cxilo aud discrowned monarch to the kindly shelter times innke bigger hits on their second theran, Sacramento. ,..ir you akiooin a of Holyrood palace, Immortality. or third appearance than on their first" Secondly, I recall a ycry different Tho law cf God contemplates man as ok London MaiL immortal and contemplates tho present sceno in tho drawing room within, my tub lifo only as the introductory ono. There eldest sister receiving a ruuslo lesson THE WRONtf MAN. from a wild looking young man, with is nothing finished in this lifo; there is Ho-a Fnrinr Cured tlm Voting Fellow nothing completed in tins life; there is long black hair falling around his thin, Wanted to Work. nothing final in this life nothing. palo face, and dark eyes flashing with Ho caino into a Harlem employment Everything that pertains to this life is passionate excitement over tho halting agency wonting to hire a man to "kind o' intended to bo introductory, is intended chords with which his much alarmed help along" with tho farm work this to prepare us for the eternal. Rev. J. pupil aroused his ire. Sometimes, Louisville a Nashviiic R, H, spring. telling her to givo up her U. Pritchott, Methodist, Mexico, Ma "I could git along without any help," placo at tho piano, ho would fling himKducatlon. ho said, "but my rhcumntlz Hetns to bo Is th line for 70a, as iu s Education has to do with tlw soul of self into it and execute a sonata with gittin more frequent an my wifo was enough to fall on break a leg yester- man, aud religion is tho attitude of that all the woudorful talent which afterward made him celebrated as tho great day, so sho'H bo laid asldo a gtxxl many soul toward Gd. The former is a quesMk;doM connections at Blackwood's Muga-r.lu- LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI weeks. Comes mighty liard on a man right tion of training and enlargement, tho musician Liszt in tlio spring o' tlw year." latter a question of uttitude. Thus wo for all points. A small, polo, thin young fellow who seo TdROUOH TICKF.TS SOLD. that truo religion must favor educaPlah That Yawn. Ixjen wIvIhuI to get into tho country had BAGOAOK CHECKED THROUOll and do Unlit work for his board camo for- tion, and education should lead on to reIt is not generally known that fish For anr information qulrt of ward, and tho proprietor of tho office said: ligion. That education which fails to yawn. The writer saw a turbot yawn JOKS. lUCK.Afsnl, Sun ford, Ky a young man who wants a place build up a pure character is dangerous twice, and u cod once, tlw latter being "Hero's where bo can kind o' chore round for his to mankind. Rev. G. IL Humasou, ono of tho widest yawns nccompllshed board." Methodist, Duluth. by any animal of its size, Tho yawn of "Tho very feller I'm tonkin fcrl Glad to Suooras. a turbot, being something not commonboo you, young man. Want to git out o" Virtuo and victory aro wedded. No ly Been, deserves moro particular detlw plaguy city Into tho country whar you Only Duect Like Ilctween kin git fresh air, an plenty of it, ch? Sen- man can divorce them. Tho knighthood scription. A turbot 'a mouth is twisted sible young man It'll make a new man of our day must not only bo chivalrous, on ono side, rather as if it had belongShortest and quickest between o' you In less'n a month. Yo won't know but Christly. Tho flashing scimiter ed to a round fish which somo one hod yourhclf. Ever worked on a farmf" way through tho ser- accidentally trodden on and squashed Frankfort, Goorsrotown nnd Paris, which will cut its GarllBlo, MayBvillq, Oynthlana, "Xo," ried ranks of opposing hosts is tho sword half yawn begins at the lips, Falmouth and Covington. "That won't mnko no difference. lean of the spirit No armor is invulnerable whichflut Thoif to suck in water. Then ojh.'u as Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains soon learn you to do all I got for you to save tho eufoldiugs of divino love. The run by Central Standard Tim. the jaws distended, and it is do. Ever milked cows?" TimTabl April 19, 1S96. cross is tho symbol of victory. Christ seen that this Is going to bo a real, gen"No." Rev. uine submarino fish's yawn. But tho TRAINS EAST. instil en celuntlal coronation. No. 1. No. j. No. 7, "Well, I got 18 cows to bo milked ev'ry a. m. p. m. p. m. Congregutionallst yawn goes on, works through iho back Conrad, mornln an tho milk carted to tho railroad A. Z. 6 )j Lva Franklort A 4 05 00 station by 6 o'clock. 111 git up with you Worcester, Mass. of its head, distending tho plates of the " Klkhorn o 4 18 708 " Stamping uround 7 ; 4 37 half past 8 tomorrow mornln, an I'll at 4S Degeneration. flkull, and comes out at tbo gills, which ' GeorRetown.il... 7 43 4 S 15 you how to milk In ono bet you I can learn The people, tho workers, aro letting open, show tho red inside, aro inflated Arr. C S. Depot a so 7 50 3 00 mornln, an anybody kin drive tho horso go of tho Bible. Tho muss of tho peoplo for a moment, and then, 1 30 C. 4 00 j 35 with a kind of " Paris I'll givo you to toko tho milk to the sta- are not reading tho Bible, not hearing Etrotclung shiver of its back, tho fish TRAINS WEST. No. s. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. tion with. You ought to git back in tlnio a. m. p. m. a. m. p. ta. to cut liolf a cord o' wood 'fore breakfast it read. Park Street church, Boston, as flattens out again, until, if unusually Lv Paris C 9 jo j ,W a means of graco, cost $000,000 and bored, It relieves itself by another Kcver plowed any, did you?" 6 6 "1 C. a Depot " Georgetown U 10 40 seats 1,500 peoplo who can afford the yawu. London Spectator. "No, never." 636 640 j 45 6 M !! S'J?P' G'0'd ,0 8 "Well, I don't mind lcarnln you, secln luxury. The only preacher who has suc11 ., 11 t6 "Klkhorn 7 11 7 J3 as you're workin for your board. I got a ceeded in filling it iu later years called Secret of the Illcycle't Popularity. Arr Frankfort A... 11 30 8 13 7 sj plooo o' ten acres I want broko up for it new "a rcligiouB clubhouse." There are Now tbo bicyclo has offered to tho Boed corn. There'll bo 0 horses an 43 head SUNDAY TRAINS. a great number of religious clubliouscs great majority of citizens a means of Leavs Georgetown 10 40 a. rn; arrlv o' other stock for you to feed an look after, Frankfort in cities and villages. Rev. M. W. athlotio exerciso and open air enjoyment 1130 a.m. , an I got a lot o' cordwood to bo cut an a Leave Frankfort 4 2$ p. to, arrive Georgetown for which they need not be specially dreen to be dug to git tho water off a Reed, Independent Denver. p. m. equipped by nature. Man and woman, 1 13 Kentucky Midland Railway and connecswampy bit o' land, an you an mo to The lilrthplace. tions form theshortest and chespest route to all j gethcr'll have to put In a ten aero field o' wonder of this world weak and strong, dwarf and o00 pounder joints South, East, North and West. potatoes, an I'm goln to build a now house is in what inconspicuous places tho all sorts and conditions of men can J ror lurtner inlormation apply to their agents. this fall an wo kin dig out tho cellar an mightiest giants arc born C. D. liKUCA) ue Upon farms and do learn to wheel, and with comGKO. B.HARPKU.Rec'r&Oen.Sup lay tho cellar walls at odd times. Then paratively small perseverance becomo as n Inivtn wniml wn fcln rrit so rocky UUU hilly lll.tl even buckwloat nvnnln'a 'stvl Frankfort Kv e Intn a Httln Bhnn T'vn ilTl nn nn nut In ' HUtl tUHJIIW 1111(1 OUioilS MM Starved tO proficient for nil practical purposes as tho most handsomolv endowed athlete our tlmo till, say 10 o'clock, gittin out win death they grow men. We talk about dor frames and littlo odd jobs for tho house. tho laws of heredity. Where did Abra- of them nlL This is the tiuo 6ccret of I'll want you to dig a well in my pasture-lo- ham Lincoln come from? Why, there is tho bicyclo'B firm hold on the public, TAB LEFTS an grub out a wood lot nn why why not one silver thread to bo traced among and here is its greatest value. Scrib-ner'liero, Mr. Proprietor this feller's faint- all his ancestry That brilliant mind ed! Keeled right ovcrl Ho won't do. I seems to have been kindled amid darkBUCK EYE A Smart French Girl. givo no feller his board If don't want to ho's got to lose time falntln nobody knows ness of ignorance mid superstition. Mile. Jeauuo Bcuaben of Franco, Rev. F. D Talmuge. Prcsbytorian, how often. Fetch out somo ono clbc," though only 18 years of age, has taken Pittsburg Now York Sunday World. tho degree of bachelor of arts from a God In Lose. 'CURES NOTHING BUT PILES.1 Hb Won. one conception of God pre- French college. After her graduation Thnro is sho becamo a professor of philosophy in Jospar What a lot of pockets you sented in the Bible which has obtained A SURE and CERTAIN CURE havo in that suit? I'll bet that thero acceptance among those who have dif- n girl's school in Lyons. Sho was reknown for 15 years as the has never been anything in half of them. fered most widely in regard to other cently a candidate for tho important BEST REMEDY for PILES. degree of liccutiato in philosophy Sho Jurapuppe I'll go you. My wife's SOLD I1Y A I.I. UKVaOIRTa, emerged from an extraordinarily severe fingers havo been in every one. Truth. FtirsiiltysKIASECSN MID CD.. ST. LOUIS. examination third out of 200 caudidutea. Iig&vo him cramps 6 roTTCo. three or four days, but ho eventually Tho heterogeneous composition of our becamo frisky again, Ono of tho a American cities makes of tho medioino was antimony, tho unscrupulous leader it possiblo for but it took tho full two quarts to mako and deliver masses of to bargain for votes in groat Joo lio down. blocks. The perfectly uatural result la Ho was tho biggest thief and liar for a debauched city government Rev. B. 100 miles around, and no ono will re- E. Howard, Presbyterian, Los Angeles. gret his taking off. Why tho vigilance The Stage. committee didn't hang him long ngo is Out of a matter to bo wondered over, though ters todny any 100 plays in tho best theait may bo that tho shortness of his neck over threo it is acknowledged that not had something to do with it It could in teaching are ever of any u.o whatever anything for tho good of tho not havo been broken by anything less race. Anything than a fall of 50 feet It is no use hop- be elevating, nudtaught must be good to then it must bo true, ing Jim is with tho angols. He's gone Rev. W, T. Euster, Methodist, Spowhoro it would burn tho feathers of an- kane, Wash. gols wings liko dry grass. Immigration. M. Quad. Tho gulf between the working classes and tho church is larculr duo to fnmipii Tenacity of Face, immigration, tho ircople coming from "Adieu," ho whispered and departed, countries where English is not spoken, But her faco was still with him. 'and for that reason,' when thev i?et hero. " " "Adieu." they havo no desire to go to church aud Her faco was still with him, although listen to English preachers. Rev. A. ho literally soaked tho shoulder of his J. Waugh, Presbyterian, Cleveland. coat in benzino and ammonia the minHealth. ute ho got homo. Detroit Tribune. Thero is nothing so cheap as health; nothing so expensivo as disease. God's FREAK FACTORIES. real restoratives aro very cheap. beauty, fresh air and water aro Bhowmen Have No Trouble In Providing: supplied nt low rates to thosowho go to w Attractions. "How do you manatro to find new tho right market, while the compounds ingro-dient-Suu-ligh- t, KToKef office; things Ui his character. It is tho conception that. God is love. Even the atheist, grown weary with his wild STANrORD.KY., speculations, has paused to look at the statement and has said with a sigh that Pocktt Key Checks by Mall for on Cents. if there were a God he would certainly for llitrmire and Key Checks, Metsl Checks of Deg License Clucks. Key bo love, and he sometimes wishes that all klails, Uadctt, Stamping on Mttalandien-sraRings, Chains, Ac repairing. Shop over M. I), Elmoie's store,l there was a God in order that ho might $4 bo love, pure, unfeigned and unfailing Htaaford, Ky. love, Rev. O. R. Lamar, Methodist, Galveston. Christianity. Christianity Jr here, and it is divine. Attornoy Law, It has never been to securely, solidly - and widely intrenched as now. It is bore for tho ages. Wo cannot get rid of Office on Lancaster Strest, opposite the Court It Men nre more and moro coming to Home, Collections receive especial attention, IS appreciate it and to discriminate between tho so called "Christ" and Christianity pnro and simple; between tho median-ichurch and the New Testament church; between tho church of tho palace and tho princes and tho church of tho peoplo; botwten the church that exalts itbelf and tho church that exists colely to exalt Christ and to redeem tho race, Bishop J. II. Vincent, Methodist WILL CURE Ninhvillo. .CALL ON"" F. G. BRADY, W. S. BTTROH, at m Stanford, Kentucky. d Cooke's Sarsaparilla Turkish librarian, speaking no language but his A Turkish Library. We found n charming old Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Koils, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and $r Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it Keeps You Well. io y "Big Four" Toledo and Detroit. n -. . I NORTH WIST, ro keer-les- Double Dally Trains e, Ky. Midland R'y, I Cincinnati and Frankfort o 1 .' 1 1 I 1 I i I J ISIan's t t s. I mi D riillj OINTMENT I tawsMsitssssasSM " l'lilspVlMaWi okmi-Week- ly Interior Journal August 7, 1896 CITY AND VICINITY. Solid silver tea spoons f 5 per set at Danke'. Before the receipt of this dispatch, power, in good order, cheap. however, the governor bad agreed to a Apply to W. P. Walton. three-hors- Engine For Sale. Good Buchwalter. r e Stanford, Kt Shirts, shirts, shirts, at cash prices at Shanks. " Wk are ready at our new quarters near depot. Noel & Son. m E, C. Walton, Business Manager. You should take your prescriptions to Fennj'julruK Htoro whero prompt and nccurato service Is guaranteed. PERSONAL POINTS. Miea SubibHaukdkkb is visiting In Mt. Gov. Bradley has refused to pardon Jeese Beldensent up from Lincoln for stealing Mra. B W. Givens' diamonds. m Look Before You Leap. This is the piece to buy goods. and up to date. In Every line I handle is complete Vernon. R. M. Nbwland Is at Orab Orchard Springs. Mrs. Fha.nk AIcKimkky was worse yesterday. Dr. William Shklton is back from a month's stay at Naehvillo. Miss Callik Homos is back from a visit to (rionds iu Lexington. Mies Sallik Cook is visiting Mis. Dr. Fayettr Dunlap, in Danville. Mn. W. W. Saundkiw is down from Lexington visiting old friends. Mrs. T. B, Mxals, of Greensburg, is the gaeit of Mrs. B. N. Kollor. Miss Sux Ooilvik, of Columbia, Tenn., is the guest of Mrs. J. C. Hays. Mn. W. G. McKiNNKY.of Montgoaiery, Ala , is with his homefolkshere. Misa Si'sis Lablky is back from a visit to friends in Louisville. Prop. . L, Gituuiia and II. R. I'ostle, of Shelby City, weru here yesterday. MissLkna Duces is visiting Mrs. R. D. Brace in Boyle and attending the Danville fail. M. G. Reynolds and IS. R. Woodward, of the Waynesburg section, were here yesterday. Mils. Roubht FE.szKLand sons went to Cincinnati Wednesday to visit her husband's mother. Phok, Lano, of Wisconsin, an accom pllshed musician, has been engaged to instruct the band. Mrs. Martha Paxto.v and Mnry Pennington have returned from a vlalt to friends In Lexington. Tub Ice plant had to shut down owing to a break fn tho machinery but it wil' ntut up again today. Mits Kate Klliott, ot Washington, D. 0., arrived yesterday to visit her Bister, Mm. John P. Jones. Mr. J. T. Ukkuiucks, and daughter, Mis Iva, of Louisville, are visiting Mr and Mrs. J. M. Hendricks. Job E. Rout came up from Lonls vlllo to attend the banging and was one of the worst disappointed men here. Mrs John B. DkKardi, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Busee, has returned to Marion. Mas. . A.Tyreb returned from Clinton, Tenn., Tneeday, whero she left her eon, Manly Tyree, improving Mr. V. R. Colima.v, of Mlddleburg, was bore yesterday to furnish a city paper with the proceedings of the hanging Mhs. Thomas II. Colbman, of Georg town, and Mies Lee Jones, of Piano, Texas, have been guests of Mrs. II. O. Karris. Mkeans. John Gimo.v, Charles L. Hall and Woods Cowan, of Somerset, attend ed the burial of their relative, Mr. John M. Hail. Mu A.J. Kapi and family returned yesterday morniug from a protracted visit to relatives in West Virginia and North Carolina. Mrs 8. W. Duncan returned Wednesday to her home at Dallas, Texas, after a visit to her parents, Mr, and Mrs. T. D. Newland. Mil. F.S. Bailby, of Norwood, who is visiting hi brother, Constable T. W. Bailey, was here yesterday to see tho hanging. s Mb. J.S. Ricb writes Mr. W. II. ho has been quite sick at Cave that Citj, but will be back in n few days to relieve him. Miss Ella Andbiison. who has been with Mrs. Bella Worley, near Turners-vlllo- , for some time, has returned to her home in Louisville. Mich Lbb Boriiitt, of Stanford, and Misa Sue Gentry entered upon thoir duties as salesladies at Robertson & Bro.'a today. Danville Advocate. Mibs Rachel Allison left yesterday for Georgetown where she will join a company of friends and go to Littlo Deer Island on tho coast of Maine. ten-days Look nt our line of gents' fancy white shirts. Tho prettiest and cheapest in Dr. A. 8. 1'jiicR will return Monday town. Remember that gooda go at and resume business. prices that are truly caeh prictB, W. Buy a fine razor or strap, guaranteed, H. Shanks. from W. I). McHoberts. II. L. Grbbr flava that in boring a well for Mr. G. T. Kelley on tho Dan I'iiucrution work done atlowoet cash ville pike, elx mileB from Stanford, ho " prices. Craig fc Hocker. struck gas at 110 feet bo Btrong that the NswtnbletB and latest stationery and work had to bo abandoned. visiting cards. W. B. McRoberts. In Hoc Elder J. T. Sharrard experBuy the latent improved gasoline stoves ienced a littlo ail life the other day. He f of W. II. Wearen & Co. at went in to pray for Alcorn, and Jailer priceDeBord forgetting that he waa inside New and uleunnt line of Glasswaro end locked the doors and went down town. Queensware. just received at Warren A He was kept in for an hour or bo. Sliunke'. Anothku Entiiascb. Richmond has There can be no vote now on the free entered Mr. P. F. Adams in the declam turnpike buslneoa till November, 1S97, story contest here on the 11th. He will except in counties that have complied with the law in giving notice of the elecspeak ''Our Country's Flag " tion, It la too late now to fllo petition I am back at my photograph gallery and have the order published for an elecbetter than ever prepared for tho wants of tion next November, as 00 days must inmy customers. Now ie tho time to have tervene between the filing of the petition your shadow caught. A. J. Earp. and tho election. m one-halm Suits, Chairs, Mattresses, Springs, Couches, Bed Lounges, Picture Frames,Carpets,WallPaper, W. W. WITHEBS, Come in and see my stock. Bargains offered in every line. You cannot afford to purchase before seeing my stock and getting my prices. SIIEHIFF T 117(0 Waa to D. NEWLAND, the Undertaker, and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Matting, .Wall Paper, &c, Stanford, Ky. Hnn Twl KiwtYebrday. m m m Hon. W. B. 8.mitii, democratic district elector, will address tho people on the issues of the day here next Monday. He is a good speaker and can entertain an audience. tick-et- a A N. will sell round-tri- p to Louisville on the 8, 0 and 10 Inst, at one fare, good returning till the li)th, on account of the National League of American Wheelmen iu session there. The L. "Touched." James T. Menefee bad his Bilver watch and chain stolen at the Danville fair Wednesday. He had a Negro boy arrested, but the oflicer who searched him found no semblance of the time piece In a singing contest at Richmond, between that place, Winchester, Stanford and Pans, for the benefit of a colored school, Miss Motile Uivens, of Stanford, won the first prize, a gold medal, and the Paris entry eecond, a silver medal. " Mass Meeting. Mr. J. II. McAlister, who signs himself county chairman, haB called a mass meeting of those"democrats who adhere to democratic principles and oppose the doctrines of the Chicago convention and the election of Bryan and Sowall," to meet at Stanford, Aug. 15, at 2 P. M , solar time, to send delegates to tho convention to be held Ang. 20. We do not believe that upon a quift, sober thought a great many of our people will join in this movement which can accomplish nothing but republican success. Let us got together and present a solid front to the common enemy. Ovek fjOO people came here yesterday to see the hanging and it was a pretty tough crowd, though many good people were on hand. Those who were anxiouB to sen a hanging Bald they were r mind to have one any way. 9 -- Cami1 MikTiMi. Kov. John I. Wilson, a colored divine of considerable note, has DID N'T HANG. pitched an immense tent in the Christian church yard in Mackavillu, and is hold- Anthony Aloirn Ertpitfil for Thirty Daw. Alcorn was not hung yesterday and a ing a monster camp meeting. He charges five cents admission, but that doesn't large crowd went away disappointed. btory of thb crime. Col T. P. Hill, who defeuded the negro, keep tho crowd back. About midnight of June 2d last, Anaud who hadu't hardly slept a wink thony Alcorn, a Negro, living near RETROSPECTION PARTY. since the governor refused to commute in thia county, waa called to bis im Anne Ilartutll Shttnk Entertain Mtt the sentence, sent Judge Wallace E. door and shot, so severely in the right Varnon to Frankfort to further impor- breast that he died the next night, after l'Jnlxiraiily The most elaborate, as well as the most tune the executive. He went before the suffering great agony. The assassin skipeojoyabln party that haa been given here governor, who said that the evidence of ped out, but suspicion was directed to in a long time, was by Mies Anne Hart-we- ll irresponsibility nhoul have gone before Anthony Alcorn, Jr., the reputed basShanks At her pretty home in the the jury and not him, and that ho did tard eon of the man shot. He waa quiet ly planting corn in Mr. Ed Lewis' fielJ, edge of town The house was beautiful ly decorated with palms, ferns and rosps when arrested by T. G. Nunnelley and Tur-nersvll- le, 1 Thinks he's a Winner, Granville Baker, candidate for assessor, was Herefrom Kingsville, yesterday and expressed him. self as delighted with his chances. A g democrat and having always worked for the party, he believes hia friends will help him get what be now desires. Mr Baker has never asked for office and fewer ollicea havo been held by democrats from his end of the county than any other. He met with much success here yesterday. He asks us to eay that bis business will not permit him to make a thorough canvass of the county and desires his friends to do all they can for him. life-lon- respite and wrote tho following to Sheriff T. D. Newland: The oxecution of Anthony Alcorn Ib respited until Monday, the 7th day of September, 1890, at which time, if not further advised, you will proceed to carry out the execution of said Alcorn ac cording to the sentence of the Lincoln circuit court. Thia August 5, 1890. (Signed) W. 0. Bradley, Governor of Ky, Fully convinced that if the case had been properly put before the jury and satisfied that the Negro is not far removed from an idiot, the editor ot this paper sent Gov. Bradley the following dis patch: Every end of justice will bo satisfied in the commutation of Aicorn'a sentence and public sentiment here will sustain you in the act. Wo need a banging, but do not want to begin on a miserably ig norant, bastard Negro boy. Conceived in Bin and born in iniquity, with no advantagea to develop what little mind he has, forced to work for wages appropriated by a father who disowned him till he was large enough to be of service to him, the lifo of this poor creature has been a sad one and such as appeals to every heart that can appreciate his pitiable condition. The alternative of death or a life sentence seems to have been designed for such cases aa bis, and we are satisfied that a majority of the best people of the county would applaud Gov. Bradley'ei&cilijp. in commuting the sentence. Alcorn seemed to be perfectly unconcerned when our reporter visited him the night before be waa to be hung. He smoked a cigar and seemed not to realize hia awful fate, When the Bheriff informed him of his respite yesterday he showed no emotion whatever tho' he did say, "I am mighty glad of it." He haa never shown any sorrow for hia crime nor any realization of the sentence. If you haven't bought you a new BojUy, Phaeton, Sorry or Bock&oaril, Now is your time. It They are going at prices in the reach of all. will soon be time to use Wheat Drills, Land Rollers And the like, and you should see my stock and get my prices before you buy. Fakm Wagons Lower Than Ever. B. K. WEAREN. HOT WBATHBB Yes, it's hot, and you are killing yourself cooking on that old stove. Buy You a Gasoline or Coal Oil Stove We will sell you either on trial, and will take it back if you are not satisfied. Don't wait until you have 'xv Broken Yourself Down But buy one Now. ! HIGGINS & MCKINNEY, FARRIS & HARDIN, Dealers In G-lasswa- re, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware and Tinware. Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line of Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' and tho large lawn Illuminated with hundreds of Jnpanpso lanterns A lemonade booth, artistically lighted and decorated, wna also erected and the scone presented was one of Oriental beauty Miespfl Shanks, Olive Woodson, Frances Shnnks, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Shanks, Mrs. T, A. Rice, Mrs. Will Severance and Mrs. Lou Shanks received the guests with a hearty wolcomo and entertained them most dollghtfully. Music waa furnished by tho Stanford colored orchestra and danciug was enjoyed by those who are fond of that amusement. The feature of a the parly was the collection by tho of the guests taken of tho pictures any time before the 7th birthday and prizes wero offered to tho young lady and gentleman guessing the greatest number. Thirteen of the contestants guessed them all and on a cut for the prize Misa Mary Bruce was the lucky youug lady. Sho rocoivoda handsome Dresden comb tray, Mr. Will Embry waa the euccessful young man and ho received a beautiful silver paper knife. The consolation prizo a live pound stick of candy, was awarded to Mr. Fordice Logan. JuBt bofore the Miss Effir Hamilton Buhnxtt return guests were invited to the dining hall, ed to Winchester Tuesday to the great whero a beautifully arranged table was regret of numerous and sundry beaux, laden with refreshments, mostdolectably preparod, cards were distributed. On tho one of whom, at least, is disconsolate. Mb. and Mrs. H. 8. Withers, Mr. and young ladles' cards wero written moa Mrs. W. B. McRoberta and children and noted horoinea of fiction and on the Mrs. R. 6. Lytle and Robbie Penny aro young gentlemen's cards the heroes. seeking health and pleasure at Crab Or- They were then atarted to hunt their mates, which caused much amusement. chard Springs. Manager Gub Hckmann, Dr. E. G. It waa 3 o'clock before the guesta took Dick and Col. P. A. Davidson, of Orab their reluctant departure, after hearty Orchard 8prlngs, were hero yeaterday. thankB to the charming hostess, who had Mr. Hofmann tells ua he has a delightful contributed bo greatly to their happiness. ThoBB present were Missea Sallie, Jessie crowd of lOOor more. Conrad Hiatt, of Brodhead, was one and Kate Cook, Pearl Burnaide, Mary of the disappointed visitors yeaterday, as Bruce, Annie, Mary aid Kate Alcorn, waa Cicero 0. Goocb, of Waynesburg. Florence Myers, Sue and Bees Woods, It waa the latter'a first visit sinco he had Lizzlo and Mary Logan, Jennio Warren, Dollie McRoberta, Emma Owaley, Sadie the misfortune to lose one of hia eyea. McCormack, one of the Lillard, Clara and Ophelia Lackey; Misa Mr.Emmett of Richmond; Misa Stevenson, of West End'a entries for assessor, was here Hume, Knoxville; MisaEfllo Hamilton Burnott, Wednesday, baviug made a canvass of of Winchester; Misa Jennings, of St. the good people along Dix River. He resaid be nev- Louis, and Little Miss Virg Pickett, of ported splendid Buccess and Finchville; Messrs. R. G. Denny, John er met more hospitable people. Bright, 8am Embry, Sam Menef6e, ll Dn. and Mrs. Sandbrb and Misa Daisy Bailey, George McRoberta, Richard Whipple, of Louisville, accompanied by Bush, Joe McAlister, Harvey Helm, Geo. Dr. A.S.Price, were up from Linnietta Farrls, Gabe and Will Lackey, Will and Springs yesterday and reported a pieaa-- Albert Severance, W. A. Trlbble, Harry crowd there. They claimed that the Bauebman. Wallace Withers. Richard banging didn't brin them, though they J Newland, Will Embry, Rowan Saufley, Mow Cook, Fordice Logan, Will Shanks west to Jail to MeAicorn. Pet-tulies-teeOar-ront ANTHONY ALCORN, Uiwn Whom the Knot Wa Tied. to lime Been not care to Interfere simply on petitions which alleged so and bo, when Buch evidence had not beon Bought to be brought before the court. He, however, agreed to commute if Judge Sautley and Prosecutors J. S. Owsley, Jr , and J, B. Pax-to- n, or tho jury, would ask it, and accordingly Judge Varnon telegraphed them. Owsley and Paxton thereupon sent this dispatch, Judge Saufley declining to sign it: Gov. Bradley: Serloua doubt aa to the degree of the mental and moral responsibility of Anthony Alcorn having developed since hia trial, wo aak a commutation of his sentence. On receipt of this Gov. Bradley wired Judge SauHdy the dispatch and asked. bo granted ?" "Should commutation Judco Sautldy replid: My iuformation does not lead mo to believe in the theory of mental or moral la If commutation Irresponsibility. granted it abould be only on ground of comDasaion. Afterwards. Judge Saufley wired the governor, "Respite Alcorn's sentence for ton dara and await my letter." In this letter the Judge wrote that the question of iriesponsibility having aria-B- would do no harm to investigate i it it, but suggested that it be made on the testimony of those who know hia mental condition, and not by petition, aa signa tures to petitions aro easily obtainable through compassion or friendship for the onea who present them. - others and lodged in jail here. He con fessed the crime and said be killed the old man because he beat him, when he remonstrated with him lor drawing all his wages. When the condemned, who U now 17, waa six years of age, hia mother sent him to his father to keep, but be refused to take him and he was cared for by a relative till be was eight. The old man then hired him out and continued to do so, until the boy rebelled not long ago and told him that ho waa tired of working and getting no pay for it. A quarrel ensued and the boy was unmer cifully whipped and driven away. He went to work for James Cash, but the old man demanded half of the wsg;s and when tho boy objected ho threatened to kill him. "That,",Baid the boy to your reporter, "wasmore than I could stand and I put a 32 bullet in my gun and Bhot him." The Negroes of the neighborhood were much incensed over the assassination and bearing that they were coming here to lynch the boy, Judge Saufley ordered a guard put on the jail. Circuit court waa in Beesion and the grand jury indicted the boy at once. The trial followed and Col. T. P. Hill waa appointed to defend the patricide, who plead guilty The colonel made a touching plea for a life sentence, but 12 good men and true said that nothing (short of death could atone for such a crime. He waa accord ingly sentenced to be hung Aug. 0. SiDce he has been in jail be baa done some tall praying and expressed himself ready to go. A very ignorant and exceedingly stupid Negro, meny people petitioned the governor for a commutation of sen tence, while a number of othera sent a remonstrance. Gov. Bradley declined to interfere, saying that a speedy trial hav ing been promised, to prevent mob vio lence, a change of punishment would ex cite it in other cases. At the trial of Alcorn his attorney made no effort except to plead for a life sentence. He introduced no testimony and only asked the Negro one question, "How old aro you?" The Commonwealth produced the dead man's dying declaration that the boy bad called him out by Baying that somebody wanted him and shot him when he went to the door. No other testimony was present ed and no speech made for the Commonwealth. The judge instructed the jury and in a few minutes they found the verdict of death. Prices to Suit The Times. UNDERTAKING -- I 1 BY- JT. C, BTCXiJLRT, "VX.V Practical Trimmer, Embalmer And Funeral Director. Also carry a nice line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. '4L , Buys a 75c, 98c or 51.25 SHIRT WAIST. Choice of any in the house. All New, Clean and Fresh. J. ;V For Fine Dimities and Linen Shade Lawns, worth 10c and 12ac. Buys It don't cost much to dress nice 3 Ladies' Vests and keep cool if you take advantage of these prices. SEVERANCE & SON. J i "f .'0 i p. ." " l I , ' ( I N. ' Lll ' H". ' 'IT'E J? ;! JFOR LITTJ.il FOLKS. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE CO. Mr. 8. B. Freeman Rood work done on mmmm swmwnTTTwM ct Having bought of J. W Adams hi Coal Plant ia having eorae and good will at Rowland, Ky..I will continue the About 810,000 Expected to lie Saved In a Coal lluslnest at said place Tatty. the streets, W T. SAUNDERS Watch Factory. will have charge or It at heit well known In that CHARLIE'S GEOGRAPHY. There lies not been any preaching in Pabltebod Every Tuesday and Friday end ol the county difGold hunters aro at work in two AT SAM W. MENEFEE 44 now He Got It Spoiled anil Earned ft town for two Sundays, vet we have two ferent fields in Brooklyn. At Fourth J. R. HICOINB. IX ADVANOB SB PER YKiUl Whipping as Well. subavenuo and Warren street about 87,000 It a Candidate for Sharif! of Lincoln County, churches. H Trip's l wt" uV " the hld" ' can K1 pa tj. Chnrlio had needed a geography for lorcamorin iraae tor learner on tWWhen not sopaid S2.GO will be charged." Section Foreman Woodall received a worth of tho yellow metal has already ject to the action of the democratic court uayt at Mantord or at my home In Olltn- Borne time One night hia father camo Blight htlm. Chat. Kncalin, Tanner stroke laat week, but is out at been turned up, and tho melting pot is sun homo from tho storo with a packago still on tho fire. On Cumberland street GARLAND SINGLETON K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. neatly tied tip in whito paper. Ho gavo work again. gold lins been discovered in largo quanTho city oi Livingston continues to tities, and tho prospectors nro Btill at It a candidate for Superintendent Public Schoolt TO I Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. in., nd 4 05 it to Charlio, who found it was his long of the t 4:30 p. m., and 9:10 p. m. p. a., returning improvp. Dr. John Cooper will build a work. It is thopuro metal, too, without of Lincoln County, tubject to the action looked for geography. democratic party. I am back from the ciliet with everything that He was fond,, of his studies, and was handsome residence on Mam street soon. alloy, and no quartz crushers or giant L. & N. LOCAL TIME CAI.D. It new and prettv in the Millinery line A visit delighted with its clean pages and bright Mr. J. W. Bakor, who has one store separators or electric plants aro required FRANK S. GREEN to my store will couviuce you thai this stock It No. 4i Train going North it 37P m pictures. Although ho had seen tho on Main street, has rented tholarj;o brick to disintegrate it, thamoit complete. . 3 3 m " " - of Lincoln county, No, so. " Klcgant line Linens and Embroidery Material. It a candidate for Tho Brooklyn Watch Case company tubject to the action Alienordemocratic party. ' South No, 15, of the Mil 04 p m other boys' books often enough, his store-rooon Church street. Mr. Grant MISS LICCIX IIKAZLEV, ...- -.. .. . " No, tj, iojpm seemed as now to him as if ho had nover Baker has had its factory for 24 years at Stanford, Ky has charge ot this store. seen a geography before. Ho learned Fourth avenue nud Warren street. Tho QUEEN & CRESCENT. F. HOLDAM Mr. Hifjelns Kennedy, the polite Fay watch caw factory lias been on his lessons for tho next day, and then 111 A. S. PRICE, Train 1 past Junction City at follows; Cumberland sheet for almost as many It a candidate for Atsessor of Lincoln county, went to bed, thinking how niuch cleaner fluent of the L. & N., has been quite No, South ia.07 p m No. a North ...3 41 p m his book would bo gone to years. Recently tho two concerns have tubject ko the action of the democratic party than tho othor boys. but is now improving and has Surgoon " 3 " ......11.09 a m ' 4 " ...1. 00 p in m 5 consolidated, nnd a now factory has xi. 3? am " 6 .3.tS a m Tho next morning after doing his Crab Orchard Springs for n few days. Dentist, SAMUEL, M. OWENS ...600 am chores . 835pm "10 " Qjffnjj 9 " around tiio house ho started for The Miller IIoubo looks quite iinpos - , been opened. Tho two city factories and 5 and a and 10 run 00 Not. 4 Note-ex-- t Lincoln County, tubBcbool. On tho way Ixo had to pass Mr. ing In Its new dresa of paint. Mr. Miller have been stripped and dismantled, Is a candidate for Sheriff of Staiifordy Ky, than Junction City. All traint stop there. cent tho gold hunting, and it Is this ject to the action of the democratic party. Simmons' orchard A fino branch of a iihh urHmiv iiiiiiiiiknii.nn j (j tn ocorv inn iu v j search after buried treasure which has Office over McRoberti' Drug Store in the Owtley troo hung over tho fence, and tho apples way and sots a table that cannot be ex- given riso over Brooklyn to all Forte of llullding. on it looked very tempting. Although JAMES B. GENTRY celled. stories about rumnrkablo gold discov- Is a candidate for Sheriff ol Lincoln Countyfaub-jec- t ho had brought somo apples from homo, Tho Brodhead fair will probably be eries. to the action of the democratic party. Your ho decided to tako soino from this tree. port is earnestly solicited Already moro than $7,000 worth of heldinSoptember. The managers will He laid hia books on tho ground, and Desirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten cumuea on tno ienco, 'men no saw an nndnnvnrtn mako it a permanent thing. gold has boon secured. When tho wholo Land, For tisle. Hat othor treo a little way off that had lurger as they have bought the laud for a fair building has Itceu gone over, walls, E3IME1T McCORMACK Acres of Dwelling ofew Roorat,on it a gocl, ceilings aud sewer pipes, tho amount is It a candidate for'Atseieor of Lincoln County, outbuildings. One yard hydrant and all necessary and one for wamnita uu 11, uu out uun lumiuicu mo Brounu. alto a splendid, to the action of pockets from it. looked better than expected to exceed flO.OOO. In Fay's subjectsupport is earnestly the democratic parly. tering lock,particulars apply 10never (ailing well. Th Itrmn nnvr r or lunner solicited. When ho got back to tho road again, ! t mMBn. The copious raius have ben- - factory the samo operations nro going Your JAS.IM1AILEY. gtanfoid, Ky. on. Only the most trusted workmen nro J ho looked for his books. v "w J"" oOto.t tt.ia nniintf tnanv nunareu uuinsro employed iu the 31. F. ELKIN work. A handful of was Tom Saunders' goat VUILU uiu VVM..think? Thoro and oats dirt or shavings is likely to "pan out" making n meal of his geography I Ho worth. Although the wheat Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, good as usual there is 0 $3 or $3 iu gold dust. subject to the action of the democratic party. was tearing out tho haudsomo mnps crops were not so Whou tho American Watch Caso and munching them as if ho thought line prospect fo corn. I will from oow on deliver the Stanford Factory,! closed up its factory nt Broadway eflort will be mado to compile a they wero some now kind of highly colAn JOE T. EMBRY Ice regularly every morning, Price Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa MINING PURE GOLD. J. B. THOMPSON, It a candidate for Congress in thli, the Eighth District, subject to lh action of the Democratic NOTICE! iiiiuu, THE LADIES m 1 J. 1 , . fur-ti- er it a ,! a s. s. a : - FOR 8ALX. 111(1 com-lorta- 1 "-"- com-pnu- y ICE. POWDER Absolutely Puro.1 der. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United StatcsGov- eminent Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDERICO. New York. A cream of tartar baking pow- 2DR. w. b. PEinrz. CSiiafcSt " ored vegotable. Charlio mado a rush to save what ho could of his book. Billy did not want to lwo his paper breakfast; so when Charlio stooped for tho book Billy doubled up and butted him over. Then, as ho attempted to rise, over ho went again, spilling his apples as ho foil. Mr. Simmons, hearing his cries at last, camo and coaxed Billy away. Alas, the new geography was spoiled I Mr. Simmons forgavo him for taking tho apples when ho 6aw how bad ho felt about tho book. But his father had sorno important business with him in tho woodshed thnt night, which ho nover forgot. Our Littlo Men and Women. Another Wee Rider. Master Anson Clark is 2 yoars aud 10 months old. and rides a bicycle. Tho boy is not a scorcher and has no to becomo n racing prodigy. If ho hud, his father, Dr. Percy L. Clark, superintendent for Morgan & Wright, would probably change the young man's mount to a hand propelled perambulator, in cbargo of n trusty nurse. Ho leurued to control his wheel after a fow nspi-ratio- entlst, : Stanford, : Ky, Office on Lancaster Street, at Residence. F. A, AYBBS, Bricklayer & Stonecutter Stanford, Kentucky. tence. s Guarantees Prices reasonable. First-Clas- Has had worlc In every 13 par'icu-lar- . years' expe. 91 3ra BARKER HOUSE, J F. BARKER, Proprietor, Somerset, - - Kentucky. Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Day. Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large end Commodious Sample Rooms. Ualla and office connected by Electric Bells. Prompt and polite service to guests. 4' THE RILEY HOUSE MASTKR ASON CLARS. lessons. During his riding he has received few falls and has much confidence London. - - - Kentucky. in his ability; so much so that at times ho is of tho opinion tho right of way, Ifcurre moved to my new Hotel and am bettei and sometimes tho left as well, is his erepared than ever to accommodate the public exclusively. Ho yields n littlo of the Good Livery attached and every convenience deroad, however, when necessary. Master viled, Give me a call. FRANK RILEY, Anson requires littlo attention in his rides, save being guarded occasionally A. C. I.anham John 1). Cattleman. from taking unseemly risks. Ho mounts and dismounts liko n veteran nnd has discarded skirts for knickerbockers in order to bo unrestrained in so doing. Chicago F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, Times-Heral- k Spain' Hoy King. Tho littlo king of Spain, Alfonso XIII, OF LIVERPOOL. has just instituted tho first Arbor day in his kingdom. Like tho forests of our own country, thoso of Spain aro being 5. CaSTLEMSB. too rnpidly used up, and tho necessity for making up tho loss of trees was seen. MANAGERS, Recently tho young king went a fow miles out of Madrid and planted a troo, Commerce Building, Louisville. and afterward 2,000 saplings wero planted by as many school children of sell Springs, Agents Throughout the South. tho Spanish capital. Medals wero disTcgcther with all the Household and Kitchen tributed among them bearing tho inTB,XBBXiTC, Furniture, upon a credit ol 6, ia and 18 mouths, equal Installments. Thlt tale la to ttttle tho esscription, "First Arbor Day Instituted tate of A. M. Vaughan, deed. local agent, InthoRoign of Alfonso XIII, 1890." H H.DUNHAR, treo Master Com'r Russell Circuit Court. be Stanford, - - - Kentucky. Theso yearlyplanting festivals aro toTho held in different places. 37tf mother of the boy kiug, tho queen regent, Maria Christina, is n very proPUBLIC SALE. gressive and intelligent woman, and THE CHAS. WHEELER EMPORIUM invites you to be present On Saturday, August 29, 1896, uses her influenco and authority on tho on the Special Sale Days, on TUESDAY AND SATURDAY side of every good thing for Spain's At to o'clock, I will sell my FARM, containing prosperity that sho can. Sho never for- of each week, beginning JUNE 23, and continuing until further no104 ACRES, situated about j mllet from btanfora tice. Come early and avoid the rush. President. on the Lancaster pike. The farm It in a high gets that, though her son is only a littlo William Shulton, state of cultivation, the land is good and well wa- boy, ho is also a futuro king, and sho story dwelling containing five tered. It has a rooms, good stable and necessary tries to make him feel tho responsibility Primary, Preparatory, Academic and Collegicash and and a good orchard Terms: position brings to him. Since balance clue Jan i, 1897, with 6 per cent, interest which that ate Courses ol study. from day of aalc The sale will take place on the Alfonso passed his tenth birthday last Schools of Music, Art and Klocution. premises. W. T STONE. 43 td May ho has had a scparato establishwill open Mon The Scholastic Vear for line of Millinery Reduced One Half. A Clean and day, Kept. 7, and continue forty weeks, ment, though ho still lives under tho school Before deciding to A Large Stock of Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and Chil- your daughters, be surewhat teud for you will send San Francisco. saino roof with his mother and sisters. Portland our :Ncw to .To the and in our prices we have no competition. dren's Wear, New York Times. CatnloKUO. Address MRS.NANNIK SSAUHLEY, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes of Swell Styles and on lasts jtf Lady Principal A Trick With Straws. from A to EE. This experiment is very amusing and ...Via The., We lead with the SMITH & STOUGHTON and ROCKLAND interesting aud will afford pleasure and wonder for a whole ovening: Solect a lines for men and boys. straight straw from a whisk broom and rest on the first linger of each BEIJ allow it tofingers resting on tho tnblo. tjf afll baud, tho -vmi iiiim mi. Tako two othor pieces of whisk straw i tom. vu "" w.pA.m vinifcu iwifcf aud bend them iu tho shapo of a letter V. By placing theso two pieces on the Which will be ladened with the Rarest Bargains from day to day, and NOW OPEN. Only Dining Car Route From first piece, with tho upper parts facing if your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. each other, and holding tho fingers still, Present Engagements Give Promtho two straws will be seen to approach ise of Largest AttenMATTING AND OIL CLOTH. each other. dance for Years. Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Where He Was. x Sleepers of Modern Pattern. A littlo occupied an upper Coffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. Tor maps or any Information, address New Ideas, berth in tho sleeping car. Awakening and Canned Goods. We are yours for first-cla- ss goods at iow prices. Now Music. New Chefs. rUAlK J. REID, ) or 1f K.H.BACON onco in the middle of tho night, his D. P. A., . O. P. Agent, ) mother asked him if ho knew where ho C LoulsviUe WRITE FOR TERMS. IChicsgo. was. Be sure to call for ho replied. "I'm Mooon Route. HOFMANN, Proprietor. J in tho top drawer." Youth's ComThe Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky. CUS 3J June 1896. St Paal i panion. Buvcr, INSURANCE COMPANY BMBEE Mis. Agues Chester, Christian scientist. She has also treated one or two horses in Kalamazoo for epizootic Theso sho did not even toucli. Sho recently treated a hono iu Dattlo Creek for spliut. Tho Farm No. contains sjl acres tn Washington grass, horso recovered. This horso tho did not county, Ky . the greater part of which It inincludMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. well watered: with good improvements, Mis. Chester lias also treated ing new metal roof tobacco turn fir 10 acre crop. Eee. Miss Susan Ktncaid, of Danville, was plants, trees uud flowers in order that Thit farm It situated iu what is pronounced the married at Mt. Carmel, III., Monday to they might livo and grow healthy. It is best district In Kentucky for White Hurley Comfortable residence house. Rev. Luclen D. Noel, while the groom claimed that tho healing power of Farm No. 1 contains ISO acres la same locality, ith brick dwelling. Large stock and tobacco is thought to be perhaps on his death Christian science is not limited alone barns. One of the best improved faros in the bed. They were to have been mar- to human life. Chicago county. ried in September, but the marriage was iioth farms are in fine state of preseivatlon. well Falling; Spring From a Care's Hoof. watered ond fenced. Close to K U. depot, schools, decided upon in order that the young and on a Ouo of tho greatest curiosities known marketInformation fine turnpike. apply to For minister might have the care oi a devot in Pennsylvania was recently discovered J. N. SAUNDERS. Stanford, Ky. ed wife. The ceremony was pronounced nt Flemington. It is u falling spring, 10 with the bride standing at the bedside whero u beautiful stream of clear, cool of the sick man, who was almost too water falls from the roof of a small Xiscnd. weak to respond. The bride Is a sister cavo, instead of welling up from beto Judge 0. E Klncald, and the groom neath, as do nearly all other spring. I will at the Russell Springs, in Hustell county, is a son of Henry T. Noel, of Lancaster. The wnter is of au excellent quality. Ky., on y He was the winner of the first 8, 1896, Tho great Chicago merchant, Maroratorical contest. Offer lor sate about shall Field, has offered an endowment of The deficit in the State treasury is 2,000,COO to the Muse200 Acres of Land, Including Rusum. shown to be f 1,146,768. Spill-man, history of Rockcastle county. Eld. Dickey Introduced tho thought to tho InBtl-tut- o last Tuesday. Messrs. Jasper Brown and S. V. Martin will have charge ol the work. It will read like a novel, if all the thrilling incidents of her history are recorded. The meeting at Maretsburg conducted by Elders Collier and Boatman In creases in interest, larRe numbers irom a distanco being attracted by the plain nrpHfintalion of the word of God. Elder Collier, who has done such good work for tho Master In this section, expects to move to Texas In the near future. He will be missed. Tue Teachers' Institute was well attended this week. Mr. Andrew Baker our excellent superintendent, presided. Prof. Livingston, of Somerset, conducted the exercises most thoroughly, convincing the teachers that he was well versed in the Brt of teaching. Mr. Jasper Brown mide a telling speech Tuesday on the "Blue-bac- k Spelling Book." ThiB la Mr. Brown's hobbv. but ho fs a good teacher and a thoroughly imbued free silver democrat, so the majority of the teachers can pardon this little weakness. The Misses E rod, of Somerset, are guests of Mrs. Dave Heudersou. Mrs. Patience Carpenter is recovering from a recent illness. Mrs. R. E. Thompson has rented tne home of Mrs. Georgia Rice. MIbb Lida Cook, of Livingston, is the gneBt of Mis Carrie Latr. Mies Berda Martin is vlaitiog MrB. J. W. Nesbltf Mra. M. J. MllleriB Improving In health Mrs. 0. 0. WilllamB and Mies Alice Lewis visited Mrs. Will Whitehead, of Cove, this week. Elder Boatman was in town Thursday. Mr. J. Roberta visited the Institute Wednesday. Mr. J. S. of Garrard, was ont last week. and Bond street, New York, a few years ago, n firm of contractors bought tho privilego of going over tho floors for 28,000. Thoy realized handsomo profit. 11 Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Couuly. aubject to the action cl the democratic party, and earnestly asks your support. . 100 Pounds and Ovor 40c per 100. Any amonnt between 10 and too lbs at kcln. mutt positively he paid the Aral of each K IIKEMEK. n nth. All bills C. G. It a candidate for A BAKER A MILLIONAIRE'S FALL. John I). Morrltsey, a Ilonanaa King, I'rnury. Eight years ago John D. Morrissey, n bonanza king, mado tho old Planters' City, Kentucky. House, iu St. Louis, howl with tho Dudderar'a of his wedding journey. Ho And see the new Halt at MisNew Legon. Tern, new t pleot Fashion thlt week. Turneult, Prompt Attention, Very gave each of tho fervants a $5 Fanamit. ail the new Persian efTeclt in Flowers Reasonable Kates. A portion of your patronage Is Prices. respectfully solicited. thoy might and Ribbons. Handsome goods but Low on and a bauqnet that il 6m. short Use latest stt le and Dress join him in celebrating his luck iu mar- notice. malting done inD. DUDDKKAK, M. MltS. KATK DUDDKKAK rying tho most jiopular social loador THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, that ever graced n Lettdrillo school. The other tiny the young hrido enSALE. tered proceedings for divorce on tho It Agent for The grounds of cruelty and nonsupport, nnd A god Residence House in Slanloid, with tho fact camo out that MnrriNey had tale. The Ut contains New lot. Co. lost his entire fortune through indul- store house on sameeasily'ordivided, putting and can S acre,and residence on separate IjU. At reasen gence with convivial friends. He cleared And The up 11,700,000 from tho mile of the able pr.ee aud en easy terras. Apply to K.y N. SAVNDLRS, atanlerd, jjtf Aetna Accident Crown Point of Lendvillo, which was Company. developed by Morrixrey nud Diamond Reynolds. After his trip to St. Louis ho Ilet and Most I'mvoral.le Termt ei Insurance entered tho swim as a horsemnn by buyON IMPROVED KAKMS ing a stable of bang tails that were tho envy of eastern millionaires. told, and Morris.ey, In Lincoln county, Ky,st6 per eut , semi an Tho pact Address who had given up nil business for the null interest: no commission charged. Uulldlng, GEO. W. DAVY. Koora 17, Keoyoa & sake of spending his fortune, found thnt Louisville, Ky. Far blank applications snd furit was not eternal. Now ho is without ther Information, Inquire ol J N, Saunders, Attorney, Stanlerd, Ky. Ky. a homo or shelter, nnd his wife is trySole proprietor Dean's Illack Diamond Kool ing to got u plivco in tho public schools. 1 Paint llttimatea furnished for painting Wool, Morrissey after hi.s marriage learned to Metal and Iron Roofs write his name to checks. St. Louis All persons desiring Locust Pasts for plank All rood painted with Satltlactiou euarantceU Deaa't Illack Diamond Paint guaranteed for years. Dcaltrs in best (is. Globo- - Democrat. fence, post and railing or wiie frnc can tmtl tern Pumps and Galvanised Iron Ualvan-lar- of Lincoln, subject to action of the democratic party. Thinking the heutbern end of the county it entitled to a slice In ol the pic he asks your support. tie nor SHELBY & SHELBY, Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Com One, Corns AU. Junction Flrst-Clai- celo-bratio- u gold-piec- e RESIDENCE FOR 1 m. w. jomrsoir, Here-bous- e York LI.c Ins. I Insuranco MONEY To LOAN nu J. T. JOITES, Stanford, Tin Sheet Iron Works, 1 USTOTIOIE the pike leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford Corrs Slrk Homes by Faith. 1 alto keep always en hand a good supply of plank ot lumber for fencing. All A horso owned by Mr. Snow, west of poses, als3 boardskinds shingles for building purAll persons deand Kalamazoo, Mich., was aillictcd with siring any article of this kind can call on roe at store paralysis of tho hip and was cured by June near Cedar CreekG W MNGLKTON. jnf 1636 what they want at my store near Cedar Creek, on Filters, and Illack lion Roofing of at! kinds. d 11 it FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Two Farms For Sale. 1 Capital Stock Surplus SIOO.000 - 23.700 o. Times-Heral- Uotioo Salo of Under the provisions of the National Dank are secured not only by the capital stock, but bv the stockholders liability for aa amount equal to the nock, to that depositors el thlt Institution are secured by a fund of 400,000. rivt tworn statements of thecoodilian of the bank art mads each ytarto the United Stales govern, mtnt and Its assets art eaamlned at atat.d times by government agents, thus securing addititoaa and perfect aafety to depositors. , This Institution, originally eiUbllak-- d at the Dtposit Hank of Stanford la i!jl, then litd at the National Hank ol Stanford in iS4i and again re.organiied as the First National Sank of Stanford in iSlt, has had practically an uninterrupted esistcoce of it years. It Is better supplied now with lacllitlct for transacting business proaapt ly and liberally than ever before in Its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully toile- Attention of the public it invited to the far Ihtt thlt It the only Nstional Hank in Stanford Ken-luck- inter-collegia- te Saturday, August Field-Oolumbi- an ted. The Directory of thlt Hank 11 composed el Forcttut Heid, Lincoln county; S. T, Harris, Lincoln; J. II. Colhei, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. Iiaughinan,) Lincoln; J. S. If ocker, Stanford; W. A.Trlbblo.Staaford; "W. A. AH CLEARANCE ALE ! J. STATTFOKD -- s e 6. Hocker, President; J no. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A McKinnty, Asst.Cathler M, D. Elmore, Stanford; T. !. Hill, tilanford; K. L. Tanner, McKlnneyj M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon.Ky Female College. - Farmers Bank&Trast Paid up Capital of Surplus, . Co OF STANFORD, KY., Itnowfutly.'erganlied and ready for butinett wltk One-ha- ll GOODS CHEAPER THAN FREE SILVER Well-Selected $200,000. 0,000. 1896-- 7 NOBTMWEST ;ltttivll'ji fatfnpffl&mefib -- y kook Out for Our Getre CARPETS, CRAB Tabic! ORCHARD SPRINGS SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Now doting upl with the aarat atteta and undtt the tame management. By proviaiont of Itt chaiter, depotttort are at fully protected at aia depositors in National iiankt, IU shareholders being held individual!) liaole to tho extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value tlieteol, in addition to the amount invested iu tuch tharpt. It may act at executor, administrator, trustee, at fullv at tn individual. To those who entrusted their buitineit to ut while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanlord, we we here tender our many thankt aal trust they will continue to trantact their busmen with ut, offering at a guarantee for prompt attention to tame, our twenty years' experience la banking andat liberal accommodations at are with tound banking. ' . x.ouxs'srxx.i.iE TO CHXCAGO. J J. Wllilamt.Mt. S. H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owtley, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford; J. B. Owtley, Stanford; J. P Cash, Stanford; VWMtm DIRICTOWt: Vernon ; ' . A. W.;Cirpcnter, MilledsrevilU, S. K. Shanks, Tresldeat, Dr. J.B. Owtley, Cashier, W. M. Bright, Teller. Uco:h, Stanlord; "Tout-soldo,- CHARLES WHEELER W.'II.CursailQi, Preachers lll, V',r it ,