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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896081401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. '-- p- - f f. .,. .. I ".. -- - jar .? if, - -, r ....re. ,w T BB Semi i weekly Interior Journal; STANFORD POLITICAL POINTS. i VOL. XXV. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY CO, .. ... . . Circuit court will beam aionuny with a large docket. One of the hardest rainB of the season (ell here Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Joe Henry wbs run over by a cow last week anil seriously If not fatally injured. There Is considerable sickness In this community, caused mostly by the hot weather. Dr. Flnloy was In Louisville Sunday and Monday. Miss Hattle Jones is In Pinoville. The Whitley County Dible Society held Its 4th annual meeting Btthe Christian church Sunday night. Mr. Phil Francis, of Ketl AbIj. whs very seriously hurt Tuesday by a log rolling over him. Ho is the superintendent of tho Troctor Coal Mines. The Jail here was set on fire Saturday by a prisoner trying to burn down some wasp nests. Tho roof was badly damagod heforo the fire could bo e.ttiu- gniahed. James Whltealdcs, a drunken Negrr, seriously cut Sam Marion at Uird Kye Whltesldes saya he mines Saturday, don't remember nnythlng about It. They had never had any previous difficulty. Whitesldcs in in jail. The election Is very warm In this county and tho friends of both White aud Colson aro working with might and main to carry it. Colson will most prob ably come out with a small majority, but Whito will get a good vote and the election In the district will bo closer than many anticipated. G. M. Freeman was In Louisville last week. Nick Daniel attended the Danville Fair. Messrs. Geo Mooro Bnd L. L. Peaco wero In Harbourvlllo last Dr. Hugh Colson, of Texas, hae week been hero visiting relatives. Mlsa Anna O'Mara la visiting friends at Lebanon. Uov. J. N. Prestridge and wife, who have been absent several weekn, will be home Friday. Mlea Kiddie Weesuer is at home after an extended vIbU to relatives In Colorado. via-lti- KY.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 14, 1896. NO. 48 LIHeIitI'TcASEY COl'XTY. w Court adionrned last Saturday. The docket was the lightest for yeare. Several misdemeanor coses were disponed of, a tew civil and one felony. Jb Fox for malicious cutting was sent to the pen for one year. The grand jury did well, returning 05 indictments. Jesso 1). Wearen, of Stanford, was hero Tuesday. Jas.Delden, of Lebanon, returned homo Tuesday after eevoral Mrs. W. D. Stagg and Miss days visit Alice Cabbell wero visiting at Huston-vill- a n Hon. Geo. E. Stone went to Tuesday on legal business. Saturday la the day that the "sound money" men aro to make their display. Tt Is hard to tell what they will do here. They bavo no county committee, in fact they nave no organizitlon at all, not even the honor of some man being called chairman of the sound money democratic committee. It la exceedingly doubtful whether they have enough for a committee on credentials. Tho demo-crat- s of Casey have taken a reasonable, rational view of tho situation, and will support the straight nominees of the party. They think that no man is above his party; bo therefore they willingly submit to tho mandates of the grand old democratic party as it sounded them to the world, when it was assembled in its paramount corporato capacity at Chicago. The democracy of Casey, though greatly in tho minority, is noted for its integrity, and will not, at thla lato date, deeert the staunch ship of democracy. Ueelde why should they' For McKinley in every public official act of his life that related to tho financial question, has been in favor of tho whito metal. Then why should democrats Bwap off a man who Is with them on everything else except the money question, for one who at heart Is evidently a silvor man, besides being tho prince of protectionists, and diflers with them on all other questions. Lob-ano- Here Is a story from tho Atlanta Con Btltutlon: A good looking, well to do Wholorof Griffin was being teased by the young ladles of a club for not boing married. Ho said: "I'll marry tno one nf vnn whom, on a secret vote, you may elect to be my wife." Thero wore nine mnmhora of tho club, hach girl wont in to a corner and used great caution in preparing her ballot, aud disgulsod her handwrltinc. Tho result of tho vote waa that thero were nine votes caat, each oirlrtfcelvinnone. The man remains a bachelor, tho club la broken up and the nil mortal enemies, united in tlio one determination that they will not speak to the man again. uli-I- Tho English, American, and Japanese expeditions for the purposo of observing tho eclipse at Akkeshi, on tho island of Yezo, the most northerly ialand of tho JapaneBO group, provod a failure, owing to thedense fog prevailing at that place, and no observations were . taken. There were S00 dead horeeB on tho streets at one time in Chicago, and the mayor otlered a bonus of $10 a head for their removal. Heat killed them. SOMEWHAT LOCAL. CHURCH CHIMES. Judge IlasHrigg saya Judge Pryor The annual convention of Kentucky Rev. R. R. Noel will preach at Wawill beat Burnatu hands down. is in session at Danville. lnut Flat at 11 o'clock Sunday. Dr. Olardy was for There are only ten cases of typhoid Bro. Barnes and MiBB Marie aro Congiessln the 2d district by acclama-tlo- fever at Berea, Instead of 10, os reported. holding a meeting at Princeton. Will Watklne, sawyer, at Wallam & The union services will be held at Republicans of tho .Sixth district Lucas' mill near Beren, had a foot sawed the Baptist church Sunday night when nominated Kicharn P. Ernst, of Coving- off Elder J. T. Sharrard will preach. ton, for Congress. That old time hcstelry at Lexington, Elder J. T Sharrard's sermon at the Harrison will open tho the Pi ci'ilx Hotel, is to have an elevator Christian church Sunday morning will republican campaign in New York city and put on other modern airs. be on the "Evidences of Pardon." with a speech August 27. Proctor Knott iseBid to be The meeting held at Pittsburg by Secretary Hoke Smith refuses to one of the best bicyclists in Lbanon, al- Revs. W. B.Rigan and M. F. Trafton reeither affirm or deny the report that he though he Is over 70 years of age. sulted in 225 additions to the Methodist has resigned hlHCAblnePpoaition. Henderson Jones, charged with the church and 75 to other churches. The silver democrata of the First dis- murder of Win. Cumley, waived an exv v After losing 500 members the First ,M-""""""l www wm v v vvwwwvrjrmwvww' 5K!I trict have practically rejected the popu amination aud waa held to the circuit Baptist church at Owenaboro claims a : !'' list advances for a fusion silver candidate court. membership of over 700 and the meet3 for Congress. James H. Stagg, of Harrodsburg, ings are without discord or dissension. The London Echo and the Somerset was so badly bitten by his own dog, that The quarterly meeting at the MethVi Paragon are doing all they can to defeat It was necefmry to cut off four Inches of odist church will begin ro 15th, . Colson, but they'll eoon wish they the wound, at 2:30 i. M. Presiding Eider W. F. School Kooks, Sundries, Toilet Articles and everything hadn't. White ia not in it. At Lexington, Mrs. Annie Gibbons Vaughau will arrive on the 1:03 train. Si in our line at Pricus as Low as Any Advertised by Cash The Kentucky distilleries have shut filed suit for divorce from Thomas M. The annual meeting of the General Houses. down with an ample supply on hand for Gibbons, of Danville, whom she claims Association of Colored Baptists is in ses .u it! 'O, ? the democratic campaign; 00,000,000 gal deserted her in 1S03. sion at Lexington. Rev. Walter Lackey lons. St. Loula R A. McGratb, a Garrard county aud Craig Jackman are In attendance L Campaign Chairman Sommera sayB farmer, assigned to Jas. I. Hamilton for from here. Accurately compounded by an Experienced Pharmacist ho is going to take out an Injunction to the bent-(i- t of his creditors. IndebtedThe new Baptist church at Tath-aprevent the use of the name "National ness 525.000; assets, about $15,000. from new drugs and pure chemicals. Springs will be dedicated the fifth V A dispatch from Piueville says coal Sunday in this month. Democratic Party" on the ballots In NoThe sermon will oil in paying quantities was struck at a be dellyered by Dr. W. P. Harvey, of v vember. There Is some truth In the charge depth of 060 feet in a well bored by F. A. Louisville. that Bryan is not as shrewd a business Hull & Co , six miles North of there. Pastor Forrest Smith presched three IO' - OII01CTII,IItIIICC010 Z .! "Ui man as McKinley. In a quarrel at Richmond over a weeks at bis Bramlett church near SanHe has not been able to avoid the payment of hie debts, game of cards Brut Winkler was cut in ders, and there were 45 additions; 37 says the St. Louis Republic. tho neck by Zib Young. Tne latter had came by experience and baptism and the Chairman Jones thinks tho Chicago his cheek bone fractured by a rock rest by letter. Western Recorder. ticket has a lighting chance in Pennsylthrown by Winkler. Both men were Luther's Bible, with the margins There is no denying the fact that"Hard Times" is with us, and a vania, and will carry New York, Mary-lan- drinking. covered by notes in his handwriting, has and Connecticut. Abie fight will At Richmond the trial of CharleB been secured by a museum in Berlin. few suggestions how to deal with "him" seems very appropriate just be made for Indiana and Ohio. Singer, for the cutting of E Cornelison, This Bible waa printed in Basle in 1500 now. It matters very little whether you believe in the free coinage A local paper says the republicans was called Tuesday, but owing to the and is in a good state of preservation. of silver or in the single gold standard theory. There is a good time are amazed at the growing sentimeut in precarious condition of Cornelison it waa But The Rev. Fred Hale's new church at coming for all industrious people in this country in any event. favor of free silver and dazed at tho for- postponed until the 20th His recovery Owenaboro was organized with 600 mem- it will not come this year; it cannot come; hence all honest people mation of a big "Bryan and Sewall Free Is doubtful. In bers and S1S.000 wob raised Sunday to should be as saving as possible, and above all keep out of debt. Sliver Club" at Canton, McKinley's own John Henry has brought suit against build a house of worship. The meeting view of these conditions, will, from home. Pension Agent W. R King, at Somerset, waa held in the Tabernacle and 2,000 this day, sell goods for cash or country produce and will make no' acThe Tenneeseo republican conven for 510,000, for nsfault. Ho attacked him people were present. counts for more than 30 days. All accounts, will be due on the first tion nominated George N. Tillman, of with mij axe handle aud beat him up terRev E Summers, the Baptist evanday of each month, and you need not hunt any further than his store Nashville, for governor, a deal being fix- ribly, and as Henry claims, without the gelist, broke tho record for immersion in ior the lowest possible prices on Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Dry ed up by which this was done and the slightest provocation. this part of the State. He closed a big Goods, &c. I am now closing out a big line of Fancy Shirts. If you pirty machinery delivered to 11. Clay The property of the Southern Land revival Ht Cornishvilie Sunday and in Carppt or Matting don't buy till you get my prices. Statement Evans. Improvement Company in ll county, the presence of 1,200 people baptized 42 want will be mailed to you on the first day of each month. The democratic executivo committee was sold at auction for 1100,000 to the converts In exactly eight minutes -- one of your account of the 11th district fixed Saturday, Aug. National Coal and Iron Compauy, a new every 10 seconds. 'JO, to hold a manfl convention to select corporation, whose stockholders are the Down at Paducah the merchants delegates to a convention at London Sep- holders of the mortgage bonds. have petitioned the preachers of the va-- July 22 Mrs. Eilie Simpson, the wife Metal Roofing tember 3, to nominate a candidate for rious churches in town to preach a specCongress. of a Garrard county farmer, was the vic- ial sermon catling upon all the members Speaking of "boy orators," preco- tim of an attempted criminal assault, and to pay their honest debts. Preaching to cious statesmen, Ac, there was little after a long pursuit Leroy Osborne, aged the class of people who wont pay their Willie McKinley, who, at the tender age 20, was arrested for the crime at Versaildebts, though, is love's labor lott. They m of 35, voted in Congress for free silver les and was lodged in jail at Lancaster. are hell bent and nothing can head them. f guiugica, xjbii. and for paying the bonds In silver dolArticles of incorporations have been fol The Central Methodist has the lars. Enquirer. filed in the secretary's olfice by the Na- lowing from Rev. W.S. Grinatead: "The C. The proprietors of the Bonnot tional Coal& Iron Company of Pineville. Stanford Journal was right. L. M; y Works at Canton, O., discharged several Th company is to have a capital stock of has no authority from anybody to of their workmen because they went to 4S0,0O0, and paid a fee of f )S0. Its headkirk-k-k either preach or exhort and ho straight the depot to get a glance at Mr. Bryan quarters is to be Pineville, and its busi- out refused to ask for any, and said he and afterward expressed themselves as ness, mining and the development of would not nubject himself to the disbeing for free silver. lumber lands. cipline and 'powers that be,' and we Hon. W. W. Stevenson, of Mercer gave him a letter to keep from expelling ,1 FAMILY OF PREACHERS. county, chairman of tho boltocrats of the him, as we refuse to carry unruly mem 8th district, waa here last week trying to DEALERS IN )f Mt. Vkrnon, Aug. 13. Rev. and Mrs. bers here." get some one to mount the golden char-l- Luther M. Scrogga have just returned theeo-calle- d Schrader, divine healer ' band wagon and take tho rolna, but home from a visit to Greenfield, Mo. The who recently worked the suckers in Cinho could not induce any one to oven occasion was the of the family cinnati, and was driven from the city by K climb into the rear end of the chariot. aud relatives of the late William L. the police, moved South till he got to Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. )c He did not know tho firmness of Madi-a- Scrogge, one of the pioneers of the South-nes- Fort Worth, Texas, where he came near county democracy. Climax. losing his life. He claimed that he could William L. Scroggs was a charter memwalk on the water and when the "CornMA TRIMOXL i L MA TTERS. ber of the First Presbyterian church of dodger gang," forced him to try, he came "T" Give us a call and be convinced. James O- Soard, 21, and Miss Alsina Greenfield and was an elder for 53 years. near drowning. Then they pelted him Rogers, sweot 10, were married at Kings-villHe reared to manhood and womanhood out of town with any kind of things they Tuesday. a family of 11 children. He died '03 at could throw at him. Mlsa Eva, the beautiful daughter of the age of 70. The immediate calling Col. CharleB E. Hoge, of Frankfort, and together of tho Scroggs family was the DEATH DOIXGS. Mr. Henrr Ives, of Greenville, Miss., departure of Rev. Dr. Walter R. Scrogge Up to 2 o'clock Wednesday 41 peowill marry on the 20tb. to the foreign mission field in Laos counple had died that day from sunstroke in A bridegroom was stricken by the try, Siatn. Dr. Scroggs was married in Now York Oily. heat at tho wedding feast in Now York Now York, July 23J, and arrived at -- rKichard, the son of and died shortly afterward. -Greenfield, July 27th. After attending Joe Morrisy, died at Rowland yesterday Arthur M. Estea, son of J. A, Estes, a picnic in the old grove famil- of bowel trouble and was buried at president of the Liberty & Middleburg iar In hiB childhood with a company of Farksville. Turnpiko Company, and Mies Elizi relatives numbering GO, he left with his John P. Cozine, editor of the Shelby-vill- a Is Receiving his- daughter of a prominent mer- bride for San Francisco and sailed for News, mourns the death of a bright chant, eloped to Tennessee and wero Siaai, Aug S. and lovable daughter, Miss Bessie, who marritd. Tho brido is SS and tho groom IPIEb-JTOf-i Thero are threo ministers among the was just 1G. 18. sons of W. L. Scroggs, Rev. Joseph Mrs. E. Gossett, mother of An aged conplo woro married in Scroggs, of Rogers Academy, Ark.; Rev. Stock. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Breathitt Wednesday. The groom, W. Lutber M. Scroggs, of Mt. Vernon Col- Justice Holt, died at his residence in Give him a Call. J. Whittaker, is 81 years of age, and the legiate Institute, Mt. Vernon, Ky., aud Frankfort. She was 03 years old, and bride, Mrs. Susan Bailey, threo times a Rev. Dr. Waller R. Scrogg, of Slam. All lived nearly all her life in Bath county. Tho funeral of a working man in Jawidow, is past 70. Sho is tho fourth brido of the children ol this patriarchal father pan coats S3 cents, unless the family led to tho altar by Mr. Whittaker. The wero present except one son, Fred, of wishes to have it especially fine, when groom has grand children of the fourth Helena, Montaua, who was unable to be it will cost as much as $1.25. The price generation. present. Rev. Joseph Scroggs preached of a coffin is 20 cents and the rate for A young man of Davie Junction, III., in the old church at Greenfield in the cremation ia from 40 to 75 cents. Recalled on a young lady of that metropo- morning, Aug. 2, and Rev. Luther M. freshments figure up from 11 to 25 cents. lis a few weeks ago, and during the evScroggs preached in the evening and Rev. Mr. George A. Benedict, of this ening ho song tho first three verses of Walter R. Scroggs conducted the prayer We do not propose directly to make you a present, but "Oh, Protniso Mo," by Reggy do Koven, meeting on Wednesday evening. South- place, has been drinking of the bitter cup during the last week. He has lost a tho young lady meanwhile accompanyif you need anything in our line, you can save enough west Missouri ib ono of the strongest sister and a brother, both of whom were ing him on tho piano. Now she is euing money by dealing with us to make yourself a nice prescenteraof Presbyterlanism in the United useful citizans. Mrs. Martin S. Russell, him for 55,000 for breach of promise. States. The First church of Greenfield who was 65 years old, died of heart dient. Come and see the many things we are offering Mra. Lizzie Davis, a comely woman has eight missionaries in the field. vor-sease and left besides her husband so oi Ketl Cloud, Indiana, shot her ht'sband, T COST.-- a grown children. She was an excellent, Wm. Davis, and he is dying. One ball The world's gold product for IS05 Christian woman and Mr. Russell and his broke his arm and another passed thro was 5202,750,000, a large increase over hla body. Tho woman waa a teacher in 1891, when the production was 5181,510,-00- children have the sympathy of all in their bereavement. Jordan A. Benedict the Sunday-schoo- l, tho husband wis both eBtlmates being (or the calen- had lived at Junction City for yeaia and jealous and charged that she went thern dar and not for the fiscal year. At the good man. He was to meet tho superintendent, hence the bead of the gold producing countries was a 50 and the cause of his death was flux. shots. HBRD oV THE comes the United StateB, with $10,250,- He leaves a wifoand several children. Thero aro now living at Pope'a Hill, 000. SSOTSS? It has been raining frogs in Kansas. TwinB born last week out in English, Dorchester, two brothers, twins, Reubon were selnctcd from tna bet herds and Consider Glass, who observed their A aho wer fell near Topeka the other day, Ind., have been, respectively, named of Mr Breeder! breed of iwmo In icveral different tm Umou 83d birthday last January and they are nearly covering the earth. Abraham Lincoln Ulysses Grant William States. A splendid tot ol pic of different age Satufictlon for sale. "'"I ,0" a still hale and hearty. A Louisville paper Baya there are McKinley Jones, and Thomas Jefferson guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address -- Heat has killed fully 1,000 people in 15 000 cyclers attending the National Andrew Jackson James Monroe 'William BRONAUGH, K. Crab Orchard, Ky t aia country in the lest week. JennlDKS Bryan Jonee. meet there. , i Bwine-breeder- s H. J. M'ROBERTS. n. New, Stylish and Cheap 9 w (ATS w w Alpines, Soft, Fur, Cloth & Stiff "M Ex-Go- v. H. J. M'ROBERTS. DRUGS AND BOOKS. i 8 Globe-Democra- t. PRESCRIPTIONS' m W. B. MoB.OBBB.TS. I. ..2'QIIC10IOII,ICOI,'I,'0 a Suggestive Tail on Hard Times. d 1 James Frye, Husloxivlllc, B-- Doors, Sash and Blinds NlBtS cu:t,n -- A. SINE, Stanford, Ky. Lbb-le- CRAIG & HOOKER, J ot -- i rugs, G"hsmicals, Oils, Pavrvbs, J 3- -- m t. t It Pays to Deal with a Cash House. J - a N. C. RUPLEY, THE MERfflANT TAILOR -- Tom-linso- n, ex-On- ief AN SUMMER I al S-A- 0, W. P. TATE, Stanford. BLUR-GKAS- kind-heart- ed, S BED HOGS. peci-lt- II. - Semi-Week- ly Interior Jomal August 14, 1896 Stanford, Kr., ll !' 'M t been given ball in f 1,000. A Versailles man who made a conW. P. WALTON. tract to walk to San Francisco gave up the task after reaching Lincoln, Neb. E, O. Anderson ran a race with a locomotive at St. Louis Sunday and kept up with it at 1:03 minutes to the mile. Twenty-tw- o years ago there were onee) The Atlanta Journal, which opposed ly between 15 000 and 20,000 Jewa in Jefree silver with all its might and main, rusalem. Now there are 60,000 to 70,000. for the Chicago has come oat Ben Risner was killed by two depeditorial, ticket and in a double-leade- d Eh To come in this week and sec the big cuts we arc making uty Bherifla in Magoffin county after the Monday, evidently written by Secretary former had fatally cut William Patrick. in every department of our big store. We realize what it Hoke Smith, aayB that such democrats as John Rose, of Ballard county, aged oppostakes to sell goods in a dull season like the paescnt and went into the ChicaRO convention 20 years, is under arrest for attempted ed to Mr. Bryan are bound to abide its we are rccordingly applying the knife to every departcriminal assault on Mrs. Susan Wiliams, result. If the result had been different aged SO. ment. Check off the items below and point them out to and those who nominated Mr. Bryan had Miss Sallie Stack died from the ef the salesman when you come in this week.. gone out the gold men would have felt fects of heat at O wenBboro and her mothIndia Linen 4c, worth CQ that these men had acted in bad faith. Stack, was so overcome by such "I am a democrat," said Senator Hill er, Mrs. James sho also expired. The editorial cites the fact that Nice White Goods 5c, worth S$c. the Bhock that leaders as" Hill and Gorman will stand for four years ago, and ho ia proving it now. Yard-Wi- de Brown Cotton 4j4c. A hand car jumped from a the ticket, and says that if such men as Ho went into the Chicago convention as trestle on the Lexington ami Eastern " " Bleached Cotton 4 c. these, with their opinions and environ- a delegate, fought a good fight and lost. railroad, near Winchester, killing two bokcn. Harold catn up with it, and for ten Lonsdale, Fruit and Masonvillc, Best Brands of Bleach-c-3 ments, support Bryan, isn't there more Did he go off liko a spoiled child and persona Bnd fatally injuring two others. minuted her heart went whirling along having Cotton Made, C?4c, worth 9c. ' reasons why Southern democrats should whine when he didn't succeed in IP, the wires to Ilurold's heart, and HoS&SW,, At Farber, Mo., Will January, do so? The party muBt not go to pieces thingB go his way? No, he accepted the killed hia father, Alexander January, by boken and Chicago wcro one. 8- -4 per yard. Unbleached Sheeting at on a policy of transient importance. The decision of the majority aa the rule of ac- shooting both barrels of his gun into him Then she rang off and went to her Fine Black or White Corsets 43c, worth 75c. editorial is in very vigorous language and tion for the whole and will support Bry- and then beating his brains out with the homo so happy, ho happy, that even tho Men's Working Shirts at 25c. Chicago atmosplioro was full of created a BenBation. What the Atlanta an and Sewall. If he can do this any stock. to her. " " doea now the Interior Journal other democrat can, for as President who Journal 30c. The Liberty, Mo., blacksmith, Ten minutes of bliss with Haroldl did in its firetisBue succeeding the Obi Cleveland once said: "The arbitrament offered to shoe a horse all around in 15 35c. Why had they never thought of this caeo convention. We went into the of tho National convention must be ac minutes baa performed that feat in nine " " beforo? 40c. fight pledged to Bupport the action of cepted and it is aa fully the duty of one minutes and hia wife ia as good a black- Now, every day they would commune Fine Percale Shirts, with Collar and Cuffs Attached or ttrnt convflntlon and any other step, it opposed to Bhut his mind and heart to emith aa heia. together, mid life would bo joy unutterDetached, 50c, worth 75c. appears to us, would have been dishon any feeling of irritation or resentment Two men who had served terms in able, -3 that might be allowed to crow out of op- California for a gold bar robbery were orable. They would talk for hours instead of Men's Underwear 45c per Suit. Eh position based upon honest judgment in Mexico while they were minutes. A tremendous crowd greeted Bryan at and conscientious desire for party sucGood Bleached Drill Drawers only 25c. Oh, bliss I P3 engaged in digging up the bar, which is Canton, O., the home of McKinley, cess." And Harold? Ladies' Slippers 4S0 worth 112,000. where he was presented with a large Aii, Harold was in tho ecstasies of an Ladies' Dong. Pat. Tip Button Shoes qSc Albert Wado, whoaa assistant cash- elysiao that comes only to happy lovers. Davison sneaked off to the hills of tea roses, bouquet of Bweetscented We have some Choice- - Bargains left in Men's, Boys' and other beau- Garrard the other day to talk to bis ier embezzled 40,000 from the First Nais to say, lie was until a man CQ That sweet peas, mignonetteB by a lady who said: "All dupes, where no one was present to cor- tional Bank of Mt. Vernon, Ind., has came with a bill. tiful flowers, Clothing. and Children's Ready-Ma- de 11 Just what it said in detail Harold flowers that grow in Canton are not rect his arrant misstatements or to make been arrested at Nashville, after the did not know. All that lie know was for Mr. McKinley." The "boy orator of him afraid. District Elector J. Mort months wandering. Sixteen prisoners escaped from the that ho had been conversed with for ten which he Kothwell camped on hia trail, however, the Platte," made a speech, in minutes at tho rate of $- -' a minute. s paid McKinley a high compliment and and endeavored in every way to get the Bowling Green jail and 11 of them are In an instant tho whole world seemed back and suradded that this is not a contest between ringtaiied rooster from Lincoln to allow still at large. Four came changed to him. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, one He looked at the man with tho bill in persons. "It matters little to the Ameri- him a division of time, but Davison de rendered of their own accord and was captured at Smith's Grovo. dull despair. Ho ruinom bored tho concan people whether your distinguished clined, aa he did not want to be "et alive" From 1890 to 1S95 the world's pro- versation. T; D. RANEY, Manager. townsman or myself aa individuals occu- by the Garrard cannibal. It is consider Tho man wuued to unduitund. and, position in the ably in the nature of a dung hill for Da duction of silver amounted to over py the chief executive ounces, which would make about promising to call tho noxt day, ho went greatest nation upon earth. But it does vison to dodge discussion, but those who Branch Stores: out softly. silmatter for what policies a president Bhall know Mort Kothwell can Bee where he something over 1,200,000,000 of our Tho next day Harold had disappeared Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, ; L aw ic netting ver dollars, which would, counting our forever. etand. And in this campaign persons was right in this instance. population at 70,000,000, amount to oe Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, are lost Bigh,t of in the interest of the Tho noxt day tho man with tho bill h3 A vast crowd heard Hon. W. J. Bry $17 per capita. called cause which those persons represent." Ky., Elizabcthtown, Frankfort, an's address of acceptance at Madison Tho next day Chicago could not get and Mauckport, Ind. ARM AND TilAPE ITEMS. IIolKDkon. democratic convention Squara Garden, New York, Wednesday In a And it cost tho girl $21 and her Har refernight, which he read from manuscript at Catlettsburg, Gov. Buckner waB A train load of export cattle left old Now York Sun. red to as the man who "tucked hia tail at owing to the condition of his throat from Madison this week at 4c. speaking. Ita delivby a free silver-it- too much Fort Donelson and flaw," Tommy Mlntlou Tlmt Dny. A Scott county farmer sold 90 cattle, .. who deserves to be kicked all over ery took two hours and covered every 1,454 lba. average, at 4 cents. A small boy who had a gnat dislike y. We think the grand old man point of the platform, on which he stands stock hogs for brIo. for school returned homo for dinner a creation. Hoos. 75 nice is littlo earlier than usual. has made a mistake in fighting the party with both feet bare. At thia hour it G. S. Shelby, Shelby City, Ky. "Tommy, you naughty boy, you have to which he oweB everything, after he too long to read and condense, so we de B. O. Sandidge sold to Adam Carpenbeen playing truant," said his mother. : no one who fer it till next issue. Mr. Sewall's speech ter a bunch of yearlings at 31c had fought and lost, but Arc both the prices and quality of all Coal sold by us. was short and to the point. Hamp May, of "A littlo dicky bird canto in ut tho winhis honesty of knows him donbta Thomas Stone sold to dow and told mo so. " Wc can sell you 1 or could cast aspersion on hia fair Casey, a hunch of fat beifera at 2Jc. Tho next morning Tommy set out for Mr. Burnam, who is a candidate for name. Woods & Lynn sold in Cincinnati a school as usual. During tho morning jfrt the highest judicial office in the State, is 14-- c sheep and lambs at 2 J to 5c. his mother heard noiso from tho far Brown, republican represen- roaming around making the bitterest of car load of Hon. Cv Thomae Nailor sold to Jamea Her- end of tho kitchen, and, looking round, tative from Christian, is dead. As a sky partisan's speeches and appealing to the '.V ring, of Garrard, a bunch of hogs at 3.10. thoro saw Tommy crouched under tho Delivered at your house. I lave about loo bushels of scraping orator, he took the cake from strongest prejudices. Judge Pryor, on : bought of Silaa Ander tablo. T. L. Lillard SCREENINGS LEFT AT 5 BU. FOR $1. the other legislators and held it without the other hand, has made no speech that son 10 cattle averaging 1,300 pounds at "Tommy, you rascal, what aro you y doing there?" contest. At the close of the session he we have heard of and we trust he will Call and sec us. 3.37 !)i 's Seeing that ho was dlscovorod, lis moved that the body "adjourn everlast- not bo drawn into the vortex by R. H. Bronaugh startod Knthie May crawled out, and, holding up a brick efforts. The office is too eacred to ingly, eternally and forever," and it :, at Newport Tuesday but she was behind which he had by him, said: ill mi turnB out that it did 80 as far aa he is con be dragged through the mire and filth tho money. "I was waiting to croak that dicky cerned, whether Gov. Bradley calls an that the republicans oeein determined to In Cincinnati best cattle are worth bird. " Chicago death creates pull it. extra session or not. Hia 41, bet hogs 3.40, do. sheep 3c and She Vk Tfew Yorker. another in the several vacancies in the primay in the 11th dis- Iambs 5lc. Legislature. Tho cannibal king summoned his chef. bought trict will tell the tale. White and his J. H. Baughman & Co. have "I think, "ho said, "that a light brownHerb are the words of a tried and true disappointed friends are making a big about 30,000 bushels of wheat at prici s ing will bo fiutllciont for tho blond one, " democrat and an honest man. We asked blow and claiming everything, but from ranging from 35 to 50c per bushel. Ho rubbed his hands togothor delight-allATF. K.Trlbblrt bought of John Judge M. C. Saufley yesterday hia posi- all that we can hearCoIaon will win easiW. A. Hail and others, SO tion in the present contest and he said: ly. The average republican doea not put "I overheard her say that sho came plat entire confidence in the republicanism hogs averaging 125 pounds at 3Jc. from tho juiciest part of tho Toudor-loiu.- " There are portions of the Chicago New York Press. -- Louie Wa!z bought ol D. Koot a form which I do not approve. I partici- of thejayhawker, besidea he has'had no in the primary and con- seeds to distribute and could not have bunch of lamba at 2Jc and of John G. pated, however, The ItesuMin Why. Cooking, ceive that I thereby placed myself under the speeches he did not make printed Lynn a few bead of butcher stuff at 2v. Party With Demijohn Why don't Heating, And Ranges for I30 days going at less Stoves, a moral obligation to abide the reBult of and sent out by the government. John S. Smith, of Paris, has sold his you Iny in a stock of whisky for Sunday Gasoline, thanjactual cost. do mare, Countega Irma, by on Saturday night, tho same as I do? the convention. Thia I propose to Wood Dunlap has resigned tho seat Sir and Sewall. Clifford Porter, for to and will vote for Bryan Other Party Man ulivo, do yon in the Legislature to which he waa nev- SI, 800. I'd bo ablo to sleep if I know thoro , The smallest State convention of the er elected and which he never even tried many horses are dying from the was whisky iu tho liouso? I'd bo walkSo year was that hold in Louisville Monday. to fill. Thia seems somewhat superflu- btpphbIvr heat that in some cities the ing tho floor all night Truth. ous, but Wood wouldn't work even when dead animal contractors have difficulty .The National party, which is an Tim Kick or it of the Prohibition party, issued a call, the seat was stolen for him, and his res- in removing the carcasses. Walker This middle of tho road but only six people responded. Nothing ignation is doubtless to prevent further F. B. Twldwell'a Naboth filly in platform won't catch any of tho bicycle daunted, the six wont through the form complications and relieve his mind of Bailey & Drye'a hands promises to be a vote. of holding a convention, appointing del- any effort to take that which doea not great roadster. She can go in 2:25 and Wheeler No? cJyH Walker Nuw. They want tho whole egates and making a platform, after belong to him. is as good and game as you find them. which they adjourned with the apparent refused some hand- darn road and tho sidewalk thrown in. "A Coco-ra- n to his assistance," is the Mr. Twidwell has Cincinnati Enquirer. To trade with us. Our goods are desirable, consciousness that they are the people. way a newspaper headed the informa- some offers for her. Bale of horses at tl e Tlic Acoount Settled. At the auction Though he claims to be a citizen of tion thatBourko Cochran has gone over Detroit Riding Club, 58 head were dia- "Our agreement was that you wcro to the enemy and advises democrata to Henderson, Gov. John Young Brown vote for McKinley. Bourke is the man posed of at an average price of $210. The to havo half if wo won tho unit," dehas yielded to the importunities of the clared tho client. prevent the nomination of highest price paid waa for the cheatnut free Bilver democrats in Louisville and who tried to "Exactly," responded tlw lawyer, dam Ap Give (us a share of And service prompt and accurate. c lt Applejack, by Spendthrift; failed most "but you got only half what yon sued consented to make the race for Congress, Cleveland in 1892 and ple Blossom, jl,300. your trade and we will convince you. Our Ho has been soro ever since. for, and that is just my slitro. " Deand it's dollars to doughnuta that be will old patrons already know it. Freo Press. troit beat Evans and any other man put up. Although Mr. Bryan was present in Sound Senbb. A Garrard county gold The 5th district is not bo all fired solid for the convention, which nominated him, standard democrat writes: Admit, for A 8a fo Kale. gold aa the papers have led us to brieve. he waa not supposed to know what was the sake of argument that free silver is "I never need n family Biblo to tell going on, but he does now. The secret not the panacea, and will not bring the mo how old u girl in; I can hit her age The newBpapera say that J. M. Rich- waa communicated to him at New York relief sought. Have not our free silvi r overy time. " MfifcMftaflraaaM3 "How do you do it?" ardson has pulled out of the Glasgow Wednesday night, whither he had gone brethren submitted and subscribed to "By tho songs hIio sings." Chicago, Times, to take charge of a Louisville dai- to hear it. views aa formulated by what ia called the Record. ly, which ia yet only in your mind, but tho pound money wing of the democracy A dispatch from Liberty aaya tho Tri- in times past. And until their groanings that his name still appears we obaerve Ono View, at the mast head of the Timea aa editor. bune has suspended and people are won- and cries of distress can be beard almost Jones Don't you think tho taxes on . Don't leave ua, Jim. Many a good rural dering if it is so soon done for, what in from ono end of the land to the other? personal property should bo abolished? Smith Why? What is tho need of rooster baa been spoiled in trying to get the world was it begun for. They have, I repeat, heretofore tried our on to city ways. methods and policy, now, in the name of abolishing taxes that you can swear off? York Sunday World. MORE NEWS NOTES. all fairness, let ua give them a chance, demAa a general thing those mistaken in their diagnoThe mercury dropped 40 degrees and if they are Vicarious. ' There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in prices ocrats who now declare their intention Wednesday Man (defiantly) at Omaha, but its effect was sis, they are good people and our brethI'll kiss her right only wait-in- g of voting for McKinley were only Blightly felt here. ren and will not plunge ua into ruin, but andor your nose. nSTez-r- t for an excuse to announce the Chaperon (cordially) I can seo no before any Five persons were drowned by the call a halt, and about-fac- e had in view from the purpose they capsizing of a small craft in Delaware great damage be done. Then we can objection to vicarious kissing liko that. In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. Detroit Tribuno. etart. river, near Philadelphia. have tho satisfaction of helping thorn Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans andwi Blacks. Call The C. & O. excursion to Old Point correct the errors of the past, profit by Bronbton, the red headed, roaring bull at once and get pick of the stock. Fed. Iletter of Bashan.says he is not a candidate for Tuesday carried 250 people. The train the experience gained, and present a solProfessor (angrily) Young man, you any office, and it ia hoped the newspa-ner- s was made up of five elegantly finished id front in the future, as in tho past to ire better fe than taught. Pupil Qt ito right, sir. My father will give him a rest. The public is veatibuled sleeping cars, two day coaches our old enemy, with no old scores to even ;.:, y.i' ...-"Mwrf?rjt Jceds me. Brooklyn Life. or wounds to heal. tired of him and hiB lightning changes, and a baggage car. ., SIX PAGES- - tlit-foot- At ita meeting held at Nicholaavtllo Wednesday, the democratic committee for thia district decided to hold a primary election Saturday, Sept. 26, for the nomination of a candidate for Congress. Foils will be opened on said date and time fn each of the regular voting places in the counties composing said Eighth Congressional district. All legal voters who have heretofore affiliated with the democratic party and are known democrats and who recognize the obligation of supporting tho nominee of said democratic party, by participat ngin eaid election, are authorized to vote in said election. The date fixed is certainly too late. If thia ia to bo a campaign of education it Bhould begin at once and not after overy voter has mado up hia mind. It will take SI ,000 to enter the contest and unless that is put up by Sept 11, John B. Thompson is to be declared the winner, he having nlready paid. Frank Anderson, a noted character LOVE AND LONG DISTANCE. of Bluefiold, W. Va., is wanted for giving Two Dollars Fp Minute Wim More Than hia wife and child poison. XOTo CouVl Tut Up. A Mt. Vernon, Ind., man, who ia Sho lived in Chicago nud ho lived In charged with appropriating 54,000, has jr SEE OUR S3-S- PANTS, TAILOR-MADE TZEIIE ANYTHING lr CLOTHING IN MADE TO ORDER. 50-fo- Hobokcn. Cupid ean thrivo nlmost anywhere. Tho distnnco from Hobokcn to Chicagc in, let us say, 1,000 miles. Long distance telephone rates aro $1 100 miles for flvo minuted That makes a flvo minutes' tnlk with Chicago $10. Oh, lovol Oh, rapturol As sho walked trippingly nlong h avenue in Chicago, thinking of Harold and Hoboken, her fluttering heart wart Htm tied by her eyes falling on one of those- familiar long distunco telephono signs consisting principally of a blue boll. Ordinarily a bluebell reminds ono of Scotland, but in this case it reminded her of Hoboken. "Oh, Harold 1" sho twittered all to her dear littlo belf. "Oh, Haroldl" Then, without further explanation except to Boliloquiw just onco as follows, "How perfectly delighted he will bo to hmir from mo in this unexpected manner, tho dear old darlitfgl" nho went into tho telepbouo box and rang up HoWn-ba- EVENT OF THE SEASON. IT, o H WILL PAY YOU H 02 o c -- 7c. W o I2c ;, k, Ui d m sun-shin- o O O O El LOUISVILLE STORE. 03 m 915,-000,0- 00 'W. H C ed e out-do- or 1 pur-poB- e, I I GUARANTEED at7c to per Goal J3u j Bur-nam- 1 J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Times-Heral- 11 y. -- AT YOUR RRIC J threo-year-o- ld Dixon-Vilett- e, sup-pos- o W. H. WEAREN & CO. off-Bho- ot IVxl.-ntrln- (53i3 05S5Xie2S(iXiS22 , IT'S TO YOUR ADVANTAGE Prioes $ Reasonable, - inglo-riousl- y. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. I mmfmemmmmmmmmmmss&mttg I (5)0SiX3(i23 '--Now ROR CASH I 'ji For tlie Tlirtsr IDas, II.. sm'ssms'mmm ., m. m.m W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. tAV " "nlft.' uK2fib iwafiriiiM j t'ilK IT lTlli n IT m 1ii i.iraBn'TMrnti7i ar-iil- ,'i'tt'rimiiifcjwiini ninyi m .am I vr ccurso it was robbed. " "Woll, I want tho particulars for Tho Pionoor. Sorry to disturb you, but this' Old Tlmo Jaattc. will mako a big item." Btanfoiid, Ky., - Atjoust 14, 1896 "Gentlemen," said Judgo Dill Hoke "Thar hain't no pcrticklers about ol Sandy Bend aftor bin court hud been called to order, "thin yero caso beforo "But there must bo, Whero did tho W. P. WALTON. us kin bo disposed of without a joory hold up tako place?" and without any portickler farcin "At Panther crik, of course, " nround. Joo Tnylor rides into Hill City "How mauy passengers did you ol the Court ol Appeilt, for Judgs on n I10H8. Ho gita oil and goefl into n havo?" taloon without liitcbin that lioss, bein W. S. "What's nil tills yero riot nbout?" in a powerful hurry to git ontcido of a roared BUI lu sudden auger. "Didn't I Or Nw Cutle. ho " - drink of whisky. IIo bcz of hitched tho report that tho stage was held up?" tho saloon, hoss to a iKwt in front "Yes, but our renders want tho parbut ns thnr is no post thnr it kin bo ticulars. Now, Mr. Cummings" tiikon fur grtmted that Joo Taylor is n "Who yer cnllin Mr. Cummings?" RplMhun. "Well, Bill, how many robbers did rarely orna- liar." Splaabcra nro useful, but said Taylor's lawyer mental, furnishings. In a certain mini- - ns "Your houor," protest against Rich you see?" bo arow, "I must "Didn't I 6ny two? Any fool knows mrr hnniA. limmwr. tho clevor inistresd talk iw comin from" has mado her most decoiatlvo effects, "Sot down, Jim Davis, or I'll fluo"yo '' go with tboeo nffalrs. Abovo each toilet1 a hundred dollars!" Hhoutod tho judgo, that no more than two ever to together. halt?" "You wero commanded taud bangs a Blender truss rod, on protiwter hnd dropped "Was I? Not by n durncd sight I which is shirred ruthor full a swoop of and when tho resumed: Out of sight ho was requested to hair, and I halted. I dotted muslin or scrim curtain. Tho "That hoH, bclu onhitchod, wanders don't tako orders from no robbers. " drapery folia to tho floor and extends away brings nnd "Of courso not When you halted, out beyond tho stand sufllcirutly far to Dog saloonfinallyputs histip at tho Loinoa Ixiwl iu ut and tho passenger on top of tho bo'x flrod at background for tho jar. Tho polo form a is snspondnl by a picture wiro from a winder. Hank Ilnrper nr' in that lesj ono of tho robbers, did he, and in return mo' or kw drunk and mo' or was shot dead?" decorative brass uail or in some of tho expoctin to bo Bitot nt from tlint very "Waal, ho fell off nnd died, and I rooms from the picture molding, and that bona' bond reckon buckshot was tho cause of tho airy offrct of thorn splasher curtains winder. When ho setfuco of Peto Wil"And then tho other passengers wero is quito a featuro of tho home. They nro ho taken it fur tho easily laundered and arc put on sufll liam and popt nwny, and though ho ordered to throw up their hands?" "Of courso. What's tho uso of asklu ciontly full to afford amplo protection. ain't much of a shot, us wo nil know, ho kills tho boss. Now comes Joo Taythat?" lor and demands f 78 fur his critter, Th Itewt Mad Skirt. "And while ono agent menaced them, 8kirta baro varied in circumferonco which would hev bin dear nt 40, and, tho other despoiled them of their between 4l nnd 8 yards around, but as Hunk won't pay, not hcvlu iutendetl wealth?" "Mubbo so; but I don't understand no oren in silks, broendos and fancy wools to kill tho hotss, Joo bringrt suit fnr valthe stiff interlining m nocemtary to cor ue. That or' tho caw, and what ar' wo lch Choctaw llngol" "And after tho robbery you drovo root stylo for seasons past is now wholly goiu to do about it?" "Your houor, I wish to Bay" be- on?" abolished, tho exaggerated width very greatly modified, and the stiff lining re- gan both lawyers lu chorus. But his "Would I bo fool 'nuff to stay right duced to a narrow facing ; and where houor rapped on tho tublo ami shouted! thar?" roared Mr. Cummings as his "Shet up I This court tokos no bock oyes begun to flash. "Of courbo I driv ilk linings are out of tho question one of their satisfactory substitutes, rvpped talk from lawyers What's tho uso of onl It was my business to drive on!" uraliuo and rustle porcalino, is used by palaverln over a plain caw? Tho idea "And left tho dead man whero ho the mediate, with or without tho inorven hain't to grind out bushels o' law, but fell?" I continued. quarts o' Justice, Tho verdict of this "Whar should I leave him! Am I or haircloth facing. Four and or five yards is now tho limit of tho bust court or' to tho offeck thut Joo Taylor bringin dead men into Doadwood fur Harper. Joo tho town to bury? Say, yo' must bo , has no coso agin Hank made skirts. Now York Post hain't to blamo fur ridiu into town on light in tho head!" An experienced stock raisar bsjb t e a hoti, nor fur wuntin n drink ko plumb "Ono more question, Mr. Cummings. best time to dehorn is when the calf is a How much" week or two old. T4ko a shsrp knife, bad that ho leaves that hoastotako kcor "Mr. Cummings ngin I" ho shontcd ns and cut out the little button, tho rudl- -' of hiKself. Tho boss hain't to blamo ho sprung up and looked wildly around Hank Harper mecUry horn, which Is then moveable,! fur wunderin around half drunk mid in ticarch of a weapon. hain't to blamo for bein "I mean BilL How much did the attached to tho bone ol tho 'head or aj 'spectiu to bo shot at. It was all right will wince a' nil round, 'ceptin thnt these two pesky robbcm get from tho passengers?" Btnall csrtllsKe. The call "Didn't I say about $3,000?" little, but will make no outcry. Smesr lawyors got up a caw nnd took up tho "I didn't hear you. Did you leant the wound with a bit of axle preaoo and valuable timo of this court. And in tho name of tho unfortunate man who couscquoivco each of 'em ar' fined $10 waH killed?" in a fe w daji it will b hnaled nnd coHts, and if thoy putrouizo nny "Look hero!" growled Mr. other pal con but miuo dooriu tho rest of as ho beckoned to the landlord Uucklln's Arnica Salvo tho week I'll hev them thrown down to hand him his gun. "Hev yo' got any woiU for cuti, brulitit In th !? Th bfit over tho bar nnd huMtlcd out of town." tnaro questions to ask?" and all ills CrUDUOnl ...J k..J. rhilMiln !" mi.w.,.. .""I should liko to link if " Taken Fur it Kicker. "Skip!" ho commanded as ho drew Tho proprietor of tho railroad res- down to inc. "Dam my bide, but this taurant spotted him at cmco ns a kicker is too much My stago is robbed at nnd was ready for him as ho approached Panther crik. I drive in and report it Froo Plllu, counter. and lay down fur u nap, and I hain't to II K. Huekten ft Co., tho lunch Send jour idrtt bo of Ur. King "Any sandwiches?" queried tho trav- flkeercoly shot my eyes when In cornea a Chleo, and et Alrt impl conviuc you of their trial will Htw Lilt Pilu. cast his uewspnpcr critter and wakes mo up tuid u; to action andar eler as hosir. Hero eyed nround. tntriu. ThM pllli ar "Yes, nroroino madoin tho wabbles his chin till I'm turned inside particularly Koctlv to iho cure ol conttipaUoa and lick htatiachc Kor malaria and llvtr tioub year 1640, nnd I con guarantee thorn as out! Go git out fcootl" Wllhty " bcn proved iotaluadlt. Thtr art fuaiaoltcd to bepcrftcllr fre from cttry dtltte having been fully petrified for tho last And when I returned and told tho riou tuUtaece and to bo puitly vrrvtabU. They Avo yours!" editor liow short aud crusty Mr. Cumdo not weaktn by thtir action, but by irnlnj tone "And fried cakes?" d bowtlf creally lovUpratt the to tht ttomaeh mings was with me, and how I had "Yea, a few. I tun saving them to 60II failixi to get full particulars, ho quietly iniim. R(ular tilt ajc per box Sold by w. 11. Mcllobtru, dtucfttt. to tho government for grapefhot iu caso replied : a of war, but I'll let you bavo two or "Well, why didn't you shoot him in All Froo tlireo if you aro suffering. " who hivt uied Or. Klnj't Ne DIco Thoit tho neck and teach him manners?" have not, "Thanks," replied tho traveler with try know lu value and thot who Call on thtbare M, Quad. ad. Raw tht opportunity to try it free. and (tt a tnal bttlt Irte. btnd a genial smile. "I presume I can got n vtrthrd drugtitt your mint to II. E. ItucUca A Co , Chicago, and cup of coffeo hero?" Arletocreta. eel a tnU bottle of Dr. Kitir't New I.llt VilU at "You can get a cup of liquid mado of wellai a copy of Gulda to llralth and Houitnold "Is this n weulthy neighborhood?" Instructor frtt. All of which It guaranteed to do chicory, bcaua nnd sawdust Somo folks "Yen. Every family in the block you food and colt you nothing at V. U. call it coffee, I believe. You don't ox- drugitort, takes ice." Chicago Record. Semi-Weekly intepjor Journal SKETCHES BY M. QUAD STRIKE SEAMEN ON ALL SEAS. ALL OVER J it" ARE ORGANIZING THE WORLD. THE CRETAT BUSINESS TRAINING y&crt&tMtt?fJJ'Swrrianrl 0fnmrtAffitft7A&ffiMl''- - $M&t0km$ym,ItffGi'Ci&Mre. SCHCX)LF4T,E Wuwuw or tH SQUTH. cmouato hoioiko nxf Msnioiri JUDGE PRVOR n, it" I 1 ono-hal- f ( Cum-raing- x, I Six wtekt ago I tutttred a vary tevere cold, wat almotl unable to tptak. My Irendi all adviteJ Chamber aatocoatults phyalelan Noticing the SU I'aul In lain'! Cough lltmtdy Volkt Zeitung I procured a boUle and 1 alttr tak-lIt a thort while wat calirtly well. now oott heartily recommenJ thlt rtmtoy to anyene tufler. loffwithacold. ffa. Keil, 6;3 Selby Ave., tit. Vaul Minn. Tor tale by Craig A Mocker, Stanford, k.v. . DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS. Bb adrtlil of It Woe All Her Fault and Ptotv Iter Caee. Oonld m waa taken I wai advlied to uie very 111 with bloody Hi Chamborlaln'e Colic, Cholera and OUrrhoea Remedy, and luckilr procured part ol a bottle. I carefully read tht dirtctloet and (ravt It accordingly. He waa very low. but ilowly and iur!y be began to Improve, irradually recovered and it now ttout and itrong at ever. I feel lure it taved hit life. I never can praise Jhe Remedy half la worth. I as torry every one In the world doei not know how good It 1, at 1 do. Mra. Una S. lllnloo, Orahamivllle, Manon Co., Florida. Por tale by Craig & Mocker, rtantord Ky. ty little boy, when two yean of age, ii diiemtry Since i3;l there have been nine epldemlct pi In dilfrrect parte of the countrr in Colic. Cholera and Dlai-rhowhich Chamberlain RemMy wat used with perfect tucceit.Dyt. entery, when epidemic. It almoit at tevere and dangerout tt Ailttic choltra. Iltrttofore the bcti efforuol thomotl tkllled phytlclant have failed to check luraraget :thit remedy, however, hat cured the raott malignant cami, both of children and adultt and under the moit trjlng condition!, which provet it to b the belt ineU.clne In the world for bowtl complaint. Tor Itle by Craig A Mocker, Stanford, Ky, QrjiiBN A ffi o, In tho richly nppointod parlor of the Plankwnter residence a young mau rapidly to and fro, his dark, landsomo faco ruffled with tho grout conflict that raged within. Pausing nt longth in front of tho divan whero leaned with half indifferent poso tho form of a strikingly pretty girl, ho continued: "Yes, I Baw it alL Listen, Mabel Plankwnter. I loved you. When for tho first timo I looked into your eyes, full, it seeined to mo, of tho frank intensity of a young girl's nature, I felt that I could trust you. Aud 60 I gavo you all tho best lovo that was in ray heart, nnd during tho long weeks that I havo culled upon you this lovo each day took on nn added growth, a ucw development Aud you? How did you respond to my attentions? By all thoso sigus which a woman knows so well to convey, you taught mo to boliovo that my passion hud found nn answering echo in your heart, and now I find that tho girl I havo loved has deceived mo. Yes, for there is no other word, I regret to say, that I can fittingly use. Let mo explain. You may wonder why I did not come laHt night I did, but yoc did not know it At 8 $0 I mounted, tho steps of this house, I was about to ring, when through tho half open cnrtilu I saw you in tho front room with another man. I saw him kiss you, nnd then, ovcrcomo with tho sudden shock, I turned and left tho house. Do yon dare deny that whnt I saw is so?" "Certainly not, ' ' nonchnlantly replied his compnniou, lifting tho lid from her bonbon box. "But yon mustn't blame me. It was yonr own fault " "My own fault," repeated tho other. "Why was it my own fault?" "Simply becau"0, " replied tho fair young creature, "yon promised to bo horo nt 8 o'clock. Yon don't snpposo I could wnlt nny longer, do you?" Now York Sunday World. Tribute to B Wire. nt his recent jubilee, Lord Kolviu paid tho following tributo to his wife: "Professor Story has said woll that I owe a great deal to Lady Kelvin, but ho does not know how much I owe. No persou in tho world except myself knows how much of nuy results for sdeno) thnt it has been possible for mo to arrive at aro duo to her coA "IsawitnlL" preparing to Demand a Culreraal Wece Scale Prom Shlpotrnrrt MoTrtnent Started In England, but American Sailors Said to Furor the Idea Heartily. THE A wogo 6colo to govern tho shipping Interests of tho world' has been drawn np. If tho shipowners fail to accept it, seamen say a strike- will bo declared which will bo felt wherever men trust thoir lives to tho decks of vessels. Opons Soptomber 10, 1896. Tho idea, having its origin among tho Instruction Is provided in Agriculture, Horticulture, Mechanical Engineering, English Enilors, hns gradually spread Civil Engineering, Glassies, Ctorntnl School Work and in three Scientific Courses of until now it has stanch supporters ev- Study, viz: Chemical, Biological and Mathematical. erywhere. American senmen are said County apjK)lntccs receive tuition, matriculation, room rent, fuel and lights free. to bo in thorough nccord with tho moveCounty appointees who remain ten consecutive months or one year also receive travment It w&s tho original intcntiou to carry eling expenses. Board in Dormitory S2 25 per week; in private families $2 to fl. For catalogues nnd other information, address tho agitation ou quietly and to pet a dato wbeii tho effort should bo mado JAMES K. PATTERSON, Ph. D LL. D., President, Lexington, Ky. without attracting unduo attention, but recent developments in London and vicinity, whero tho pollco interfered with a meeting that had been held for the pnrpceo of organizing seamen, gave it moro or less publicity, nnd tho recent Is receipt of information regarding the movement in this country has mado it a matter of common talk among sailors. T. J. Elderkin, secretary of the International Seamen's union, with headquarters in Chicago, said that ho had received several communications bearing on tho subject, and that he believed American oeameu would lend their support to tho effort to introduco an international wago scale, ono which would LIFE ASSURANCE S0CIETY0FTHE UNITED STATES, be recognized everywhere, and which, if in force, would do moro than anyISO BROADWAY, NEW YORK. thing elso to eliminate tho nonunion man from tho business of sailing nnd DURING the past Thirty six years the Equitable Society has glvo the union a footing that no future accumulated, in the transaction of its business, Total Assets of over happening could undermine. Whilo tho union of which Mr. Elder-kiis secretary is international in character, it docs not extend over many of tho European countries and is only ders, Total signed to rench thoso 6eamon who cast Out of which it now holds, for the benefit of its Policy-Holdeanchor in this country. It is tho inten- ourpius runas or rronis, amounting 10 over tion of tho promoters of thq new movement to organizo u union thnt will tako in every man who has anything to do with tho shipping business. This organization is to includo firemen, sailors and Which exceeds the sum of the Surplus Funds which have been accu' Company dock lnborers und will reach out a lit- mulated, and are now held, by any other Life Assurance tle farther nnd tako in railroad men. by over Thus n brotherhood will bo formed thut, should a general strike tako place, would completely paralyze tho interests of transportation. DURING the past Ten Years the Equitable Society has made In England tho movement is championed by such men as J. H. Wilson, Total Surplus Earnings of over M. P., who is nt present president of thosenmen's organization; Tom Mnnn, L. Johnson, nnd Richard McGhee, M. P. Alrendy meetings have been held nt Antwerp, Loudon, Liverpool, Rotter- Which have been larger than those of any other company, and has, accumulated during the dam and Glasgow, and it is claimed after paying Dividends to Policy-Holde- rs, amounting to over as many ns 25,000 men hnvo been same period, a Total Surplus for its Policy-Holde- rs, that organized in a elnglo dny. Active work along this lino has not begun in tho United States as yet, but it is said that tho Seamen's union of this country is in n position to take action on very Which exceeds the Surplus accumulated by any other Life Assurance Company in the same time by over short notice. It is tho purpose of tho Englishmen to send representatives to this country to investigate tho rate of wages paid in Chicago, New York, Cleveland, Bnffulo, IT WOULD be wise for a person intending to assure his life Now Orloans and other ports, and these will bo compared with thoso paid in to study the record of the Assurance Company proposed to him English porta. It is then proposed to and learn the facts upon which the promises of Future Dividends hold an international conference, at and Profits are based In other words, let him ascertain for himself which the seamen of tho United States the results that have been secured by the Company suggested, in are expected to be represented nnd at the accumulation of surplus during its history as well as its average which tho universal scalo will bo profits in recent years. adopted. As an inducement for seamen generIN ENTERING into a contract which may not terminate for ally to tako part in tho proceedings of thirty or forty years, it will well repay the assurer to give the subtho international conforenco it is pointed out that with such an organization at ject the careful investigation that would be devoted by him to any command vcssols which departed from other affair of like magnitude and importance. Due inquiry having ono part of tho world with nonunion been made, let the best Company in which to assure be selected crows could bo intercepted at tho point one whose past record and present financial condition justify the of destination and there mado to feel tho is, however, un- belief that in the future it will afford both the greatest security power of tho union. It derstood that the international organi- and the largest profit of any. zation would in no way interfere with THE BUSINESS of the Society is conducted on the purely tho autonomy of organizations already existence. In other words tho Inter- mutual plan; all surplus belongs to the Policy-Holderin national Seamen's union, which has its PERSONS considering the assurance of their lives will find it headquarters in Chicago, would continuo to legislato for its mombers along its to their advantage to send for. a Prospectus, which contains a full own lines, but always keeping in har- description of the various kinds of policies issued by the Society. mony with tho laws of tho other body. For further information apply to Statistics aro at present being gathered as to tho approximate number of St men that will bo affected by tho General Managers for Kentucky. Chicago Record. - .1ffirf7 (y? """"hoed leading business uih of BMW- - UeNTIOMCQURBK WAHTtp. "t State College of Kentucky The Record of the Past the Best Guarantee for the Future. HE EQUITABLE $201,000,000, $40,000,000, $13,000,000. n $46,000,000, $2I7,000,000, $6,000,000. s. move-mon- t. HIBBERD BROS. LYON, Louisville, Ky., Eint" 5 Obbbcbnt. Reduced rates to Newport rsces. One fare or round trip from Somerset and points north to Cincinnati. McKinley Olub. At Cincinnati Zoo. 1 fare from Lexington and points north Great meeting. High Bridge Cntnp. 2nd Camp MeetFirat uieetiuR waa a ing, August great success. Dr. Talrnaue bBa been invited. Low rates every day ol the meot-io23-3- 0. u, Philadelphia, Pa National Druggists' Association. October 5th to 0th. National Keeley IndianapoliB, Ind. League. August 18th to 20th. W. 0. Rinbarson, G. T. A., OInclnna tl.O. MOST IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUA LITY. WORMS ! WHITE'S GREM pect to find anything decont to eat nnd drink in n railroad restaurant, of course!" "I huvo always enjoyed my moalfl in such places, " quietly replied tho traveler. "You hnvol" 'Certainly. That is ono reason I travel so muoh. I get tired of tho first class hotels in Now York. Havo you any eggs which wero boiled during tho Revolutionary war?" "N-nair I" "Any cold chicken loft over from tho Mexican war?" "Groat Scott, nol" "No butter of tho brand of 18G0?" "For tho land's sako, but what kind of a man aro you?" gasped tho proprietor. "What sort of a man did you tako mo for?" "A kicker, of course " "Sorry very sorry. No, I nover kick. Pleaso hand mo somo of tho sandwiches nnd if you hnvo n pieco of pio mndo about tho timo of Loo'h surrender pass it along and feet your own price " o, IN Novel CLEVELAND'S NAME. and Succentful Confidence Game T. J. B. TTTB-2TEB.- , Lanostr, TLy., Special Agent. detectives havo arrested Henry Wolls, an attorney of Girurd, Kan., and Tom Hobson, also of that place, charged with complicity in a swindling schemo by which thoy and thoir confederates nro said to hnvo realized $00,000. Thoy nro said to havo operated in Knnsas, Missouri and tho Indian Territory, protending to bo personal representatives of President Cleveland, who, thoy said, proposed to buy a third term. This ho would do by obtaining millions of dollars in canceled greenbacks from tho United States treasury, putting from $3,000 to $4,000 iu tho hands of appointed agents. These ngents wero tp spend tho money to buy support ns thoy thought best, but must themselves put up $260 in cash as a guarantee of good faith. Tho two prisoners wore put in tho federal prisou at Fort Scott Wells is a son of Judgo T. W. Wolls of Pittsburg, Kim. Now York World. Dared In Kansas. Federal io This Is tho best market and ours ts Ibo tost homo 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 tho top prloe and pay spot cash j not lu trade. No traveling agents. Ship all your wool aud farm produce direct to HERNDON-CARTE- R WOOL. WOOL. HO Third Street, or 818 to 310 Murroll Court, CO, LOuISVZLIS, KY. THE Queen &Crescent ROUTE reaches the . principal cities of the South with a sen-ic- t. of superbly appointed f r TT..JnH ftioffttii through trains. Diy Coanes ana bleeping ars mrougn 10 Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping uars to Knoxviue, tioi npni.gs and Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to jacicson, viCKsourg, wiu and Shrevcport Through Tourist Sleepers to L,os Angeies arm San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, via New Orleans or via Shrevcport. Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati JlA i54 Free Parlor with every accommodation to patrons. Cincinnatj. Cafe, Parlor and Observa .Cars Lexington to tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington ana Chattanooga. "W. O. Rlnearsoo, ChaB."W.Zell, Q.P.A.iCinclniual. 0. Viv. Porfr Agt., Cincinnati. 0 e """"'t VERMIFUGE YEARS FOR I EVERY 20 RnmodlfiO. ua lari all WORMGUARANTEED. BOTTLE VOIVD 11V AX.! BICltlBDSOX ' S BUUUMWl CO., BT. L0TI3. JIlIlKlNI Interviewing Mr. Cuinmlnga. Tho editor of tho Doadwood Pioneer naked mo if I hadn't nssoou run over to tho hotol and interview Bill Cummings regarding tho stago robbery, and ten minutes later I found Bill asleep on two chuirs iu tho hotel ofilco and woko him up. "Whnt in blnzes d'yo want?" ho growled as ho rubbed nwny at his eyes ana eat up. Your stage was robbed lost night, WMa In his nddrcr-- s operation." it?" . - his now venture should provo a fnilure. A prominent sporting man who has just returned from tho Hub informed Tho Sun that in two weeks Sullivan was to becomo tho proprietor of the Clarendon hotel in Boston, nnd the proposed theatrical tour that he and Parson Davica wore to start on this fall had been abandoned. Now York Sun. John I Snlllvun to Itun a Hotel. John L. Sullivan will not bo seen in tho ring or on tho stago again unless f!ji3yL 'rHf jtr&xr f - . .. sStHi M Semi-Week- ly Interior"Joto August 14, 1896 1.1 Stanford, Kt., E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Thomas' Hay Rakes FOR- - J. -- 3L VanArsdaleStanford, Ky. -- - St. Asaph Carriage Co., FAIR WARNING. a We want to give those who owe ui fair warning that we shall give them two weelct mote to settle up with ua, and if they do not come up in that time, we shall put their accounts in the hands of MEHSHON & GREEK, an officer. J. : T. : STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, coln and Casey Counties, KENTUCKY. Offers his services o the people o! West LinFull stock of Coffins and Caskets always on hand. 95 D. 8. Carpenter, Manager. '' i XT03IL c& soxr, DEALERS Good, Clean, Cheap In exchange. IN COAL, Corn and Hay taken Come and see us. Near Railroad Crossing, East of Depot, STANFORD, KY. of woman ' dignity if sho chooses to carry her femininity into this vocation the same as into sewing or embroidery. A GIRL WHO EARNS A LIVING MAKING But when sbo sq for forgets herself an BICYCLE TIRES. to swagger about in a garb not intended for walking purposes, sho calls upon herWbsa 'WotBtui Id Wheeling Ooataro If self tbo unploasant remarks of bystanders, and it is to awako her to a knowlOut of Pisco Women Should Now Ueo edge of this fact that wo imploro her to Maud's Otttflt The stay on Prtaoc Lemotu her wheel until sho gets to eomo Bammer Glare Question. spot where her costunio is in keeping Most peoplo know a great deal aboat with that worn by tbo majority of tho tho girls who rido bicycles, bat very few others present Philadelphia Tiinea krxnr anything at all about tho girls Women Should Now Uae Lemons. who help to tuako bicycles. It ia uovcr This is the weather for lemons lemtbo Bama girl. Most of tho girls who mako bicycles think it rather unlady- ons within and lemons without Come, coiifoes, is there anything so refresh ing like to rido them. Thero aro about 500 girls in this city as tlio flavor of lemon In ico water thoflo warm days? Or is thcro anything engaged to making rubber tiros for more comforting to the skin than lemon Miss Lizzio Barns is a applied upon le face? Perhaps you are tbo girls who work in tho tiro factory. Sbo lives in a west not in tbo bubit of using it tho latter side tenement. It isn't bad as tenements way. If you are not put aslioof lemon go in New York. IfB on old fashioned in the water with which you wash your house, without air shafts and of tho four face and observe bow it removes tho oil conBccotrvo closets typo. Tho little and freshens tho skin. Now and then, front parlor is evidence of tho love for too, it is pleasant and beneficial to rub pretty things and homo and tho solf sac- tho undiluted juice of tho lemon upon rifice of a girl who gets only $7 a week. tho faco before retiring, only this should week. Thcro is a brassols carpet on tho floor, a not bo done oftener than twice It clears out tho imparities of tho skin haircloth suit of furniture, and a tall and closes the pores, opened unduly mirror between tho windows reaches to with perspiration. But it is easy to see tbo ceil Ing. There aro a big clock on tho mantel and two gorgeous bluo glass that this might bo overdone. In tho vases. Tho pictures aro mostly photo- tropics tho ladies use the lomon or tho graphs and crayons of her parents and liino in tho buth almost always. Lemon her two brothers. Thcro is a tea store water makes a fine hair wash, tec Tho pulp picture of a littlo girl, framed with ro- ously of tho lemon can be rubbed vigorupon tbo bcalp. No soap need be settes of baby blue ribbon, and a tall lamp in a pink silk petticoat, and Liz used, but after a few minutes tho lemon bo washed oat and the towel vigorzio tells you with somo prido that she can meet of her evenings making ously applied. Tho lemon gives a gloss spends fancy work to decorate her homo. Most to the hair and stimulates growth. It girls liko to have their homes nice, Bho delays grayuess too. is Of course, everythinks. She lives "at home" with her body knows that it one of tho essenIt removes tho mother and brothers, and In that sho is tials of manicuring. stains from tho linger nails and displaces reprcsentativo too. In tho big factory wbero sho works thcro aro only four the superfluous cuticle around tho edgo of the nails. As a tooth wash it is exgirls who do not live at home. unlucky four livo with ceedingly refreshing and effective, and "Tboso friends, " sbosays, "and pay their board. as a remover of stain or dirt from whito They pay $8 a week. It don't leavo goods or btraw hats it has no equal. In short iu very hot weather there is uo much, either, out of their week's pay to dress and savo. It's one thing a lady can have on her dressonly $3 a week ing tablo which will add more to her comfort than tho lemon. Oinaha rTilsT WOMAN'S WORLD. Grove were Mrs. J. W. Maynard of Brooklyn, Misa Mclllmoylof Clovoland, Miss E. A. Smith and Mrs. Nimard of Buff aln, Mrs. B. Dickinson of Boston and Mm. L H. Benson of San Pranoisoo. Tho open ing address was mado by Mrs. Jouo Robinson, Ph. D., secretary of tho deaconesses' bureau, and tho woman above all in tho organization whom aplendid work in its behalf has mado its strength and ofllcloncy widely known. STORIES OF THE DAY, General John C. fmlth Tolls Colonel Watroua Some (.rant Storle. Thcro wero few of the older residents a Cooke's of Popular CotiAUelo. Tho young Duchess of Marlborough has made, it is understood, au extremely agrceablo impression in England. It is mentioned there that Bho is rapidly gaining tho affections of lcr English relatives and connections, and tho peo-pl- o aboat Blenheim are delighted with hej. Ouo enthusiast writes: "Were wo asked what was tho most striking of tho sights wo 6aw at this great palace, with its glad and grand surroundings, wo should answer a largo painting, a portrait in tho first room wo entered. Tho fair face upon tho canvas was that of tho present Duchess of Marlborough. Tho beauteous eyes are almost bluck, and so expressive! In spite of all tho other beauties of Blenheim they seemed over tho fairest sight Sweetly they linger in memory, inspire tho soul aud are a moving influence for good. Bocauu this young duchess has come as a bride, crossed tho bluo Atlantic, somo think sho is a stranger to our land, but this is a mistake. When u tiny child of 8, sho camo to Eugland and has voyaged the ocean so often since that tbo flying Hollander, with his phantom vessel and bis phantom crow, is not more familiar with tho perils of tho nea. It is pleasant to notico at Blenheim how overy one loves her grace." Boston Transcript Uonoets For Littlo Tots. Boy babies of a year old woar Tarn O'Shanter hats of white piquo, round, with a broad, flat crown and tight band fitting tho head. A prettier stylo is a whito corded lound hat, tbe crown buttoning down over the brim with white linen buttons, and tied under tho chin with broad strings of whito muslin. The) hats are also mado with a soft crown, gathered on tho corded brim and finished on top with u flat rowttu of muslin or loco. A pretty hat for a boy baby has a softly shirred brim and n full puffed crown with lace between the puffings. Littlo girls wcarclosu bonnots, but may have hats if preferred, though they are not as picturonqua, Tho bonnets may have flaring fronts and high crowns, standing well above tho headpiece, or round crowns and clcso niching around tho face, sometimes with a fan shaped piuou of lacn trimmed musTbey arc lin standing up in front znodo of tucked muslin, fine Hamburg embroidery, dotted muslin, olmmbray corded and drawn in puffs and India silk elaborately embroidered. If the babies are twins havo tho bat and bonLadies' net of tho somo matcriaL Homo JoumaL Hannah Phillip ITacuca. Ono of tho last women to rcoeivo tho gold spoon of tho national chapter of tho Daughters of tho American Revolution of Washiugtou, D. 0., i Mrs. Haunah Phillips Euebea of Phnceixvillo, Chester county, Pa. Three other Pennsylvania women havo received this distinction, I hey being tbo only living daughters of foldicrs of tho Revolution iu tho stifc. Only 13 cpoons havo been conferred iu the country. Mr. Enchci was 91 on her birthday in April last Sho is tho duuyhtcr of Josiah Phillipi, who was brought to this country in 1755 from Widen, ut tbo ago of 4 years, lit) was ufterwurd a licatsimnt in the Revolutionary war. He died in 1817, when Mrs. Eaches wu ' 15 years old Tho vcnerublo woman holds her yeuw lightly, and is still active and bat little bout with ago. suid of Galena who knew Generul Grant better than Goiion.l John C Saiith, the governor, now of Chicago the war. frequently Ho know him met him in the army and wa? often with him after tho troublo was ovor while the goutral lived iu tho Illinois tow u. Sarsaparilla WILLCURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Uoils, Pustules, Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and Sr Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it Sr Keeps You Well. . It was my good fortnne to dine with a party of gvmto'if in which General Smith was an interesting Ugnre a fow yours ago. Kuow.ng tho relation that hail existed hotwun tho old commander and truuern! Smith, I am afraid I schemed to turn tho talk out of tho customary Masnnio channel, for it was a degree Masons party of thirty-thirwho had assembled in Chicago for the pur,xo of attending tho funeral of tho lato Dr. Hurllmt 11 d Sold in Lincoln county by Tor nearly an hour Geueral Smith entertained tho company delightfully with talks nbout Grunt Tho flrst story had a tearing on tho charge so often mado that General Grant was given to a rather too free uho of intoxicants at rortaln periods of his life. General Smith was on Ids way up tho Mississippi as tho guest of C'aptaiu Webb of the steamer. After they had passed La Crosso ho heard a gentleman talking loudly about his persouid acquaintance with General Grant Ho had known him before tho war aud sinco then ; bad had various interesting bouts witii him. 1 hey had drunk hour after hour together. General Smith lccamo indignant and asked tho man where ho had had Huch experiences with General "Oh, I nrHl to drink a great deal with him at his homo in Galena. 1 met him during tho war and drank with him then, aud I havo had various nice timcri with him over our bowls W. H. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & Hocker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. " F. B. Twidwcll, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinncy. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazlcy & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Morcland. Yours for Health, James T. Cookk, Ilarrodsburg, Ky, M. S. UaUohmah. J.W. 1UC0mma. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, raorauToas lists OVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. trit-cls- Grant World-Heral- Ml I..I hi! COAL ! I cm still agent for Falls Branch Coal and will keep a supply of all kinds of Coal, so you get such as you want at the lowest possible prices for Cash. Office, Mill St. and Railroad Crossing, opposite Roller Mills. J. B.MIlK,lflS. Stanlcrd, Ky, 37 CARROLL BAILEY. DOC ORYK ..' k, t"w? aSafcr 1 BATIErg cfc DRYE, Proprietors m ' -- tnr r" w Training and Sale Stable STANFORD, KY. First-clas- s MISS LIZZIE BUBXS. 6 hard, but they monago to get along, norses nanaica unacr osuaic aqu iu though, if they have steady work. They roadsters and and prepared tor sale. saddlers bought and sold on commission. Good always look nice. Wo aro liko sisters in hall mile track and best stables in the country. 8 our factory. Wo have all our fun together. When ono girl goes out tbo others go too. Wo have regular parties, just ourselves and our gentlemen friends. Sometimes wo havo our lady friends tool Sometimes wo meet B a workman of at each other's bouses. In summer we go down to- tho 6cashoro every Sunday 14 YEARS tho bossen and nlL Sometimes the men in tho factory go along. Wo Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f times. It's a real nioo ploco to work. All tho girls stay there. I've been there Water Pipes, three years, and most of the young laTubs dies havo been tbcro as long or longer. A specialty. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO They hardly ever loavo except to get married. Most of thorn seem contented NONE. Gilt edge reference In and out to stay. Somodmea they say they'd like ol the State. Ask your DanvlHa something else where tbo boars weren't friends about my work. so long and tho pay was better, bat T. F. CLARKE, when yoa bear of so many places wbero the girls only get $3 and $4 nweek you Clemens House Building, Danville, Ky. think you'd better bo thankful it's no worse I tried kwt year for a junior clerkship In tho pestoffloo, bat I didn't get tbo appointment. I passed tho exLaw, Attorney amination in tbo eighties. It wasn't bod when I've boen oat of school nine years. - "How do tho girls compare with Office on Laacaster Street, opposite the Court salesladies? Well, they're just the same especial attention. SS House. Collections receive young ladies. I've worked at both, and I would rather work in a factory a great CALL ON" iiuii any-whe- ro Superior Plumbing! EXPERIENCE Por-celainjBa- - have-gran- d th Princess MancTa OntflU Among tho Princess Maud's wedding presents is a tea jackot mado for bcr by the members of tho dressmaking cIur? at tho People's palace. It is of pure whito Batin of tho Louis XV period, with tight fitting tailor modo back and vest sot in by reyers of silver and whito brocade. The puff olbow sleeves aro finished by u turned back cuff on tho brocade, and ruffles of embroidered whito chiffon match tho frill at tho neck. Tbo Wholo trousscuu is marked by tho exquisite tosto and elegant simplicity for which the brido's mother, tho Princess of Wales, is eminently distinguished in tho matter of her own and her daughters' clothes. A point noted in the description of tho millinery of tho wardrobo is that in seven bats described six havo quills among their trimmings. There ore a black straw with blucii quills, cream lace and black satin ribbon; a white straw with lace, whito satin ribbon and whito quills; another fancy black straw, with pink roses, black rotes, choux of black tulle and block quills; a toque of peacock bluo velvet bordered with Russian sable and at ono side n bunch of quills shaded to repeat tho tones of the volvet nnd sable ; a Torn O'Stiauterof tun leather with black velvet and natural owls' quills, and a toque of brown straw trimmed with romsttes of brown tulle and old pink velvet and the inevitable, this timo brown, quills. Evidently quills are popular Loudon with English royalty. ros-ee. then." "What year did you drink with General Grant iu Galena?" "Oh, alougfrom 1854 to 1850." said "Ah, just as I sunporJod," Grant's champion. "Captain Grant didn't come to Galena until 1800, and I tell you that you didn't drink with Mnco for If you need livery five us a call. Notalsc not n turnouts will leave our stabU. See as rates,' Id our BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee first-cla- prices. 'work and sstiUclory Tiy our horse shotr, him there or in the ormy; nor havo yoa had bouts with him nineo tho war." Tho follow hung his head and could say nothing. "Big Four" New Lint lirtctn Cincinnati, cruel in tho extreme. When tho charges Fast Time. wero mado during tho war that tho genExcellent Equipment. eral was drinking to excess. Now York aud other papers sent reporters to Ga- Inaugurated May 24. TUB SCilKUULt, lena to investigate, and tho pooplo there, g 15 p.m. 9 00 a. m. as peon as they discovered a reporter, Lv. Ciocianatl J J5 P. m. t jsa. in first turned him over to a naloon keeper Air. Toledo Arr. Detroit., 5 41 p.m. i ij a. ra. whoro place was near tho store of Grant Through coaches and parlor cars on day trslns. & Perkins. They would ink him if he nio'Jfn coicnt s, iner oiet pine ,irt nocia nail tu Toledo and Uncinnati to l)lrolt on night knew Grant 'Yes.' Wm Iw ever in tiaina. No service between Cincinnati, Toledo and Deyour saloon?' 'Oh, yes, a great many AS times.' "Used to drink pretty hard, troit is AS COOll AS OUIl NEW VOKK LINE, r.OOI) AS UUK (HICAr.O LINK, AS GOOD AS OUR ST. LOUIS LINK. didn't he, before tho war?' 'No, sir, he Iluy our tickets throueh via 'Mile Four." didn't drink a drop. There is not a saFor full information csil on agents cr sddrrss loon keeper in Galena who ever saw him K O. MclOKMACK, D II MAKTIN, (,eo Pais. A TWt, Aft, Pass Trstfc.Mgr take a drink. Customers who bought goods of Grant & Perkins would invite the captain into tlw saloon. Ho always .!K YOU AKaGOlN C.. took a cigar; ho never drank. Ask any ono in towii und ho will toll you Cup-taior Grant was not n drinker.' TUB . 1 ti "Thow stories ubout Grant's drinking," continued General Smith, "were Toledo and Detroit. Solid Trains, WORTH WEST, W. S. BUBCH, Stanford, at Kentucky. deaL Well, of coarse, somo of us havo brothers and gentlemen friends who belong STANFORD, KY., to associations that give dances. I go to Pocket Key Checks by Mail for only 15 Cents. or Baggage and Key Checks, Metal unscktcf a reception or donco one or twice a all kinds. Badges. Doz License Checks. Kt month, and I usually go to the theater Rings, Chains, Ac. Stamping on Metal and genonco a week. Somo of tho girls are fond eral repairing. Shop over M. D. Elmoie-'siore, SS Stanford, Ky. of home, and they stay at homo in the evening and fix their clothes cr do fancy work. " Now York Recorder. F. G. BRADY, " What olso do wo do for amusement? Linnietta springs, Junction City, Ky. , WotjMct Wo fr New Management, Extensive Improvements, Excellent Appointments. The most accessible Summer Resort in Kentucky. The greatest diversity ol Mineral Waters to be found any where. White Sulphur. Black Sulphur, Chalybeate, Epsom, Magnesia, Salt, Alum, ike, in an abundance. Hops every Friday night Music by splendid orchestra. Write for Circular and Analysis of waters. Table first-Clas- K J. 3 B. OWENS & 8QN, Junctioa City, Ky. are not going either to opposo or advocate short skirU, bloomers or even knickerbockers. Whatever tho rider of a bike deem! oooessary for comfort or Adaptability to the exercise wo say let her wear, but and hero is where our great revolt occurs do not let her wander through city streets on foot or gayly promenade at gatherings where tbo majority of those present ore conventionally attired unless she is desirous of attracting attention and enjoys tho comment and remark that bcr conspicuous garb always attracts, for conspicuous it is off the wheel, no matter bow modest it may seem on. The littlo cap that looks eminently suitable and becoming as sho spins along the country roads gives her tho air of a soubrette oat of employment when she seats herself in a restaurant among women in tho every day garb of civilization. Of course at a bicycle meet or at the clubhouso where mombers assemble biayolo attire is tho rule, aud the woman so arrayed is not conspicuous, bat the Ehort skirted get up is no mora in keeping in a general assemblage than a bathing suit would belt may be imagination, but it seems to tbo writer that tho women who thus publicly parado acquire on air of bold- -' uess which perhaps is assumed to bide the innato embarrassment that they must feel. Bicycling as an exercise has received tho highest commendation, and it cau bo indulged in with no lessening la Bicycle Ooctai Tbe Sammtrr Glove Question. "The summer glovo question, " says a woman, "is ono that vexes mo. I am ufed to being gloved and can't quite bring myself to go about tho city bare handed, yet thcro seems no nltogother satisfactory covering. Silk and lislo gloves are crawly and ill fitting, and oven the best of them wear very poorly. Somo with patent tips aro ill shaped, with their bungling flngar ends, nnd are no more oomfortablo than thoir fellows. I'vo paid as high as $3 for a pair of heavy woven silk gloves that were woll made certainly and slipped on easily and without the binding and sticking of the great majority of theso gloves, but alas, after a fortnight's wear tbe ends of my fingers came poking through as if they had been 75 cent affairs. Tbo really comfortable gloves aro those of whito dressed kid, and tbey aro elegant in appearance oa well, but they soil so quiokly that to keep at all fit ono needs threo or four pairs. Some of them ma bo constantly at tbe cleaner'a Chamois gloves ore oomfortablo and aro called washable, but evory woman who knows when ehe is well gloved knows that tho statement must bo taken very liberally. I've finally decided that tho most economical and all round satisfactory glove for general wear in hot weather 1b a not too light shade of yellow tan of thin dressed kid and easy fit" New York Letter. National Deaconesses. The Ordar of tho National which has recently been in convention at Ocean Grove, is comparatively littlo known outside of those specially concerned or informed. Its sessions have formed one of tho most interesting of tho many conventions of tho summer and have demonstrated, iu a way to astonish many persons, the growth and strength of tho movement iu all parts of tl3 country. Whilo especially affiliating with tho Methodist Episcopal churcli, tho order is organized in u number of other denominations. At Ocean Grove representatives from tho order in tho Presbyterian, Protestant Episcopal, Swedish Reform aud Lutheran churches were present. Tho order was long confined to a singlo state Pennsylvania but it has now invaded nearly overy quurter of tho Union. Among tho women speakers at Ocean Deacon-CofcC- I'rwtcti Pkrrrers. A feature of tho importation oi French flowers, which are kj much tbe rage, is their very artiafic branching and grouping, aixl somo rare and bcao-tifeffects are produced in thnir arrangement on Prencn peoture hatH foi garden party wt?ar. Among theno lovolj blossoms are anemones, snowy lilac, silver willow sprays, shaded valwM maidenhair fern fronds, clusters of soar-le- t pomegranates, bedgo rosea, and foliage, catkins, witch hazel bud, edelweiss, four o'clocks, chestnut bloom and brilliant tropical leaves and ul bk-som- a There exists in England a Healthy and Artistio Draw union, tbo object of which is to remove oil attire injurious to a woman's health. There was once in Cincinnati a similar club. It lived and apparently thrived for two seasons and then died a hard death. Some talk of tho reorganisation of such a club in tbe near faturo has been hoard. Cin- Ires Union. cinnati Enquirer. jA jk Sclentlfio American Agenoy for, ml2fRnt!lsi2irwmZP Mtk gtUtMe CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS, COPVRIOHT8. etc. For Information anil free Handbook write to MUN'.N & CO., 36! IlaoiuwAY, Mw Your. Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. Every patent taken out by u Is brought lieforo the publlo by a notlco given t rco or charge in tho Tft TasV awawwj J WU aaaasw Largest circulation of any stlentlflo paper In tho world. Bplendlillr Illustrated. No Intelligent man should be without It. Weekly, jS.'I.OOa TV" yean SUM six months. Address, CO,, Vcelubeks, 301 Eroadway, Sew York City. 'mmtm art Shirt Waist. There is a law of compensation, and it will bo fulfilled some day to tbe man who bates the sight of a woman in a shirt waist, if tbo thing that is always promising comes to pass at last and her skirt and shirt waist actually part company. It is truo that shirt waiats aro not particularly pretty except on pretty girls, but there is really no eenso in their making every woman a scarecrow. Hero is an invariable rulo for adjusting a shirt waist suit, and neatness will be tho actual result Draw tiro waist down in front to a comfortable tightness and pin to the corset with a belt pin. Draw it down tho same way in tho back aud fasten at the belt line to tho conet string with a tiny safety pin. Put on tho skirt having a band that is a tight fit No other bond ought to bo put on a drtm Put tho hand under the skirt aud pull tho waist down oyenly all mound, then lift tho band in tho back n little aud witli a long belt pin fasten to tho coiwt string aud tho waist as well. Stick a belt pin through Bkirt nnd waist on each side, then put on your belt and bo huppy, because you will not I08O your skirt Washiugtou Star. The AH Pnrvadln "After Gnmt'H (second eltction aud tho question of civil nerviou reform wan being brought to the front a number iu Galena Murught they would use that centiment to keep tlioir tiostmastcr iu tho Hervkw. There waH iuioUmt candidate, Mr. Houghton, a fine man, a printer editor, who could go to tho case awl stt up an editorial witliont having Nearly everybody firrt written it thought well of him. Ho needed tho office; but tho otluir man had tho pull with Congressman Burchard. I hud business in New York. That attended to I ran over to Washington, getting tlero tho morning after tho congressional delegivtiou liad decidul to unite in requesting tho reappointment of Burchard's friend. Tho latter said, 'Smith, I um glad yoa are iu Washington. You aro well acquainted with General Grant We are going to the Whito Hpuso today to ask him to reappoint the Galena postmaster. Go with us.' I consented. Tho president received us cordially. Burchard mado a strong plea. Several other members seconded bis efforta. I mado what 1 thought was a convincing talk. The president quietly listened to everything. " 'Have you said all you wish to say, gentlemen?' asked tho genera L " 'Yes, Mr. President, wo havo our case as strongly as wo know how to do,' answered Burchard. " 'Gentlemen, the president is supposed to select the postmasters, but it is a raivtoko. Senators and members mako tho selection and tho president appoints. But it has occurred to mo that I am not grasping or immodest in astrumiug tho right to chooso tho postmaster of my own town. Gentlemen, I shall appoint Mr. Houghton.' And tho noxt day Mr. Houghton was appointed postmaster of Galena. pro-Rent- Louiavilic a NaaHviLir. R, it. Is the lioa for you, as its Double Daily Trains Mik;dote connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. TaROUGH TICKETS SOLD. DAGGAGK CHECKED THROUOJI Tor any Information senulrscf JOKS. HICK.AfSnt, Stanford, Ky Ey. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort and quickest Shortest between Ask lor tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Time Tabla April 19, it4. Only Dliect Lite lie twee o Frankfort, Ocorgotown and Paris, Oarllslo, Mfiysvillo, Cynthlana, Falmouth and Covington. No. 1, TRAINS KAST. Lva Kranklort " 7 a; " GcorgetownIi... 7 45 437 4 jj Arr. C. S. Depot......... 75,0 joo " Paris C.... I jo 'j 3s Stamping-Uroun- " A Elkborn a. m. 6 j5 No. j. No. 7. p. tn. p. m. 418 05 1 1 yes 00 so s 13 a so 4 148 00 TRAINS WEST. No. s. No. C Lva Parla " C. 8. Depot " Georgetown U " Stamp's Gro'd " Elkhorn .. Art Frankfort A... - a. ra, p. ra. 9 50 4. No. to. No. 8. a. tn. p, m, 4 0 as 10 40 11 6 33 6 54 5 55 35 6 40 7 636 10 38 11 16 545 30 7 7 S3 ti a; V,. 7 53 8 15 SUNDAYTRAINS. Leave Georgetown 10 40 a. m; arrive Frankfort m. Leave Frankfort 4 5 p. m. arrive Georcttown 5 13 p. m. The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all Joints South, Kail, Ncrtb and wcit. QKor further information apply to their agents, C. D. UKHCAW. Gen. Pass, Agent.. GEO. Il.ilARPEH.Rec'r&Gen.Sup Frankfort Kv 11 30 a. "Tho president had decided some timo before to npioint Mr. Houghton, but ho wanted to make the appointment with as littlo embarrassment as possible to Congressman Burchurd. Ho wanted Burchard to mako mwd for having exerted himself to his fullest extent to secure tho appointment That would pet him right with the postmaster, aud Grant didn't care what tlw peoplo said about him for appointing Houghton. Ho liad satisfied himself that tho right tiling to do was to appoint that old printer editor, and wo all agreed before tho term expired that tho president had done thoiiglit thing. 11 TABLER'SniT BUCKEYE OINTMENT A IllJU D 'CURES NOTHING BUT PILES.' SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IG yoars as tho BEST REPJIEDY for PILES. flOI.ll ItV ALT. DltVOOISTN. FrttmltyBICnABESOU WED CO.. C?. L0UI3, no president ever got along with the olllco Keekers with less heartburnings, loss of sleep and annoyance "I guess I than cur sih'Ut old commander. A. WntrouB in Chicago Times-Heral- " J. aaa.alJIilll afta BBtMBWWIWHiM I mmnrtgi tl irt iml niilrfl- -,r "' .. . .ii ..- ., fy Misa Si'Ukr, of Winchester, and Mies Shirts, shirts, shirts, at cash prices at JNJRHflL Saundors, of Lexington, are visiting tho Shanks. Misses Shelby, at Arcadia. Advocate. Engine Fob Sale. Good Buchwalter, e power, in good order, cheap. Stamford, Kt., August 14, 1896 CITY AND VICINITY. Apply to W. P. Walton. Solid silver tea spoons 5 per set at I. 0. 0. Master 0. P. MereC. Walton, Business Manager. Danka'. E. Horn to the wlfeoi Henry G. Young, a dith, of Louisville, will havo a special A i:j We are ready at our now quarters near depot. Noel A Son. Buy the latest Improved gasoline stoves. of W. H. Wearen A Co. at f price. . New and elegant line of Glassware and Queenswarejust received at Warren A Shanks'. one-hal- ( UNDERTAKING -- three-hors- F.-G- rand HI v i meeting of the Odd Fellows at their hall bouncing boy. Jumro is getting to be a jumbo euro You should take your prescriptions to . here Monday night. Penny V drugstore where prompt and . enough. Mr. Joseph Willlman tells us PitEfciuiTioN work done nt lowest cash Hccmato service In Kunrantoud, CoNMnnithNO the intense heat there is mm lour or uve nouses are prices. Craig A Hooker. under connot much sickness here, but the doctors struction there now and that he has just And Funeral Director. Say, want u watch ? Good time to say it is bound to come unless a change completed a PERSONA I, POINTS. commodious dwelling and get it from Dunks, the Jeweler. occurs in the weather. store room. He thinks land will bo sell- Also carry a nice line oi Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, 51 r. Mack Hckhman is rusticating at Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. ing by the foot there ere long and he is Nbwkst mid cheapest line of stationery Crab Orchard. Look at our line of gents' fancy white buying Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e up more ground oo as to be in on Mite. 0. 1). 1'okll was thu guest o( in town at Craig and Hocker's. shirts. Tho prettiest and cheapest in the ground fioor. Mrs. Thomas Dalton. Remembor that goods go at New tabletn and latest stationery and town. Gkorob Burton, of Pittsburg, is at visiting cards. W. B. prices that are truly cash prices. W. LowRatm.-TI- ib Nationnl meet of McHoberta. ; 2 M- homo for a few dayB. H. Shnnks. tho bicyclists has drawn fi.OOO of them to Mm. and Mns J. 0. Hays left yesterMr. J. W. Adams has bought William g m c 3 s; . Notice. 1 have thu Bear Croek pure Louisville and the citv is full of people day for Tttt ham Springs. 3 Elkin's interest in tho butcher shop of caunel coal at 14c per bushel; also the to see their interesting program. The 2 X o .Samirl, W. Mknipk hHB joined the Benedict A Klkin Peacock lump coal at 0 and 10c per bush- L A N. had the faro down low enough n 2 g Stanford crowd at Crab Orchard. before, but in ordor P&2 Stanford's colored team bent the el. Office nnd yard, Mill street, oppo- go, it will sell ticketsthat everybody may 9 &B Miss Ai.tiia Miller, ol Owensboro, is ?."cra by tho 3.15 a. m. Hanging Fork nine 15 to 12 hero Wed- site Roller Mill. J. B. Higgin, Stantho guest of Mrs. George B. Woaren. train 15th, at 51.75 from Stan ford, Ky. o 7rLn zzn . Mbs. G. A. Peyton and family are nesday afternoon. ford, Shelby City and Junction City and Co.NFassBi). Charlie Goley, the young at lessor rates from points beyond. Respending a few weeks at Peyton's Well. "Judok" W. L. Dawson has been apCasey county boy who was placed in turning, leave on the regular train at 8:15 Mhb. Roiibrt You.no, of Louisville, pointed administrator of the estate of jail o b q.,2 h j; 2 here charged with shooting his pistol P. m. Bpentsoveral days with Mrs. G. I). Coop Mrs. Mary A. Dawson. 3 er. at tho Pleasant Point camp meeting, conHot, Hotter, Hades. For 18 dayB Mn. David Stiiaiian, and old typo of Wk will close out our entire stock at fessed before "Judge" Dawson Wednesw 2.3 s 2. 0.8.5: Somerset, was with Hon. It. 0, Warren cost. Can give vou a bargain in any- day aud was let oil" with a 520 fine which it has been hotter in this section -than ever known since tho establishlist night. a. w o he is laying out in jail. thing. W. II. Wearen A Co. ment of the weather bureau. The merMis Kats Cook ban opened her school yfS 3 5 Wiibn she was five years old, little Jo- cury BtayB at 100 in the day and at midat&trlngtown, Casey county, with a line Wrist IiitoKsN.-Juli- us, the Hix year old son of William McKinney, of Mt. Sa- sephine Uayden was promised by her night Tuesday it had not gone down furattendance. "" Willie Kowdbx, of Louisville, is visit- lem, fell oifof a fence and broke his mother a party when she became 10. ther than 8S. Not a breath of air was wrist. stirring and the heat even then was opThe littlo lady has looked forward to the ing his grandparent, Col. and Mrs. W 5X3 H Dudderar. Business must be dull with them occasion since and next Monday ber pressive. A slight fall in temperaturo Councilman John M. Stonx Iks a bone when four umbrella fixers congregate in fond hopes will be realized, when she occurred Wednesday night, but yesterfelon on each hand and he is sullering Stanford, as they did yesterday and the will erfwtaln a number of her little day was nearly as hot as ever, nnd the -" .1 w --3 . . t n 2 to " d ft dispatch said it would stay so. friend from till 7 v M. day before. tortures untold. V MM.B Miss Jbnnib Paynk, of Crab Orchard, CUQ.5i 3Cr-Goshen! J. Mort Iiotli well, of LanClose Call. Mr. B. Frank Dawson, Another Defeat. The Stanford briee Is tho guest of her uncle's family, Mr. caster, will be one of the speakers at the ImIi club got turned down again Tuesday, who has been at work at Jellico, returnJoseph Severance. 3 p 8 3 3 meeting of the Bryan club at Goshen the Danville boys defeating them by a ed home Tuesday in a lather dilapidated s o-Mrs. W. U. Hamkohi) and children Saturday afternoon. He was on tho top of the Bcoro of 11 to 7. The game was called at condition. are visiting relatives at McKinnev the first half of tho sixth inning on ac- New Odd FcIIowb' Hall at tho above Somerset Paragon, Thk U. B. F. is in session at Harrods-buriof darkness and our boys think place Saturday afternoon when lightniDg Mns. Curtis Govkr and Mies 'Pauline and W. F. Adkine, porter at the count jo that had the game been played out, they struck the building. He was knocked off 0.3 a Hardin, ol Crab Oichard, were here Myers House, who hasn't been off duty would have had a good chance to win it. and fell to tho ground, spraining one of shopping yesterday. for 10 years, is a delegate If you haven't bought you a new The game was a good one Lotwithetand-in- g his arms and badly hurting him about .. .I Mus. XannikSauplkv wentup to Crab Mr. Dawson wao considerably the head. Tub Danville boys didn't get wealthy the large score. Orchard yesterday to drink mineral wastunned but soon regained consciousness on their ganiH of base ball here Tuesday. ter for n weak, or so. Convxmteo. Mr. J. R. Warren, who and lias felt no ill effect from the stroke s of the gate reMr.a. JosRi'ii Cokhy and Joe Lynn, of They came for has been voting the republican ticket for since. All of the six carpenters who Livingston, have Joined Mits Ella May ceipts, which were only II. years t n 1 years, Bays he is a free diver were on the building wore more or less .. Now is your time. They are going at prices in the reach of all. SaundersntMr.it Williams'. Tiikrk will he a bicycle tournament at convert and Mr. D. W. Vandeveer, who hurt. Dec DnYK, who had his foot sprained Somerset, Aug. 27 and 2S, with big races knowa him better than almost anybody, It will soon be time to use The boys played a joko on several at the Danville Fair, has been laid up at and elegant prizes each day. All of the says he is (joins to vote (or Bryan and h's homo at Hustonville since. Sowall. An I. J. reporter asked him it members ol the band the other day that cracks will be there. Admission 25c. Mil, G. L. Pkn.sy is attending the L he would support the democratic ticketi gave Ed Wilkinson, Will Brady and Sidy Mr. A. K. Dkv.ny has been appointed A. W. meet at Louisville nnd Will but the old gentleman refused to say fur- ney JohnBon considerable worry for a chairman of the democratic campaign while. Tbey signed the name of the is assisting In the drug store. And the like, and you should see my stock and get my prices ther than that he was for free silver. secretary of the Liberty fair to a letter Mrs 11. 0. N'susom and little daugh- committee for tills county, with Mr, T. before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. Gkntry Quits. Believing that be tating that the Junction City band had ter, Kline Kathryn, of Fayetteville, Teun., M.Goodknight secretary, the rest are yet to be appointed. could not win the nomination for sheriff, iffered to play for that fair for $25 less are visiting Mrs. Georgo D. Wearen. ... B. Gentry has decided to quit than they had contracted to pay the Rev. W. iV. Brucb, wife and children, B. P. Martin bought of the Lincoln Mr. James ol Hustonville.aro with Mr. and Mrs. J. County Building A Loan Association a the raco much to the regret of those who Stanford band and they would be comsupport. He pelled to cancel their contract, WilkinII. Hopper. Perryviile Cor. Advocate couplo of houses and lots in Rowland for bad pledged him their withdrew in favor of no one and asks his son grew fighting mad and waa hunting W. 0. Goodlok. Eta., was up from J200. The houses alone cost 51,000 when friends who had promised to help him to a lawyer, Brady had made a liberal do Danville to hear his sou, Ward, declaim, Rowland was on a boom. voto for that man who is surest to defeat nation to fight the case, while Sidney but he inlfeed the pr.ru by two votes. Dealers In Wk are no prophet nor the son of a tho common enemy the republicans. Johnson was bo disappointed he could Mbb. W. G. White, who has been tho guest of Mrs. J. U. McAlister, returned prophet, but mark the prediction all tho He is very thankful for the encourage- hardly Buppress his tears. They were to her homo in Richmond Wednesday. same Every man with political ambi- ment ho received during his candidacy. the happiest crowd imaginable when ... oaa wil1 ll t0 r,'ret tl,u bolt ,rom tho they discovered It was a joke. Wed- E. 0. MoonE,ol Casey, came up e Keep"It is wonderful," said nesday after his sUter, Mrs. Ed. Wilkin- - Chicago ticket. It doesn't mako anv er W. T. Saunders tho other day, "how Tub Contest. A very Bmall crowd at son, wlo will remain until after the fair. dillerencu with the others. many people, who pass for honest, will tended tho declamatory contest at Wal- Big Line of larming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line of Misses Biebir Hhkwer, of Lebanon, Will Sue. Mr. J. W. Adams, father lie to save a nickel of toll and the ton's Opera House, Tuesday evening, Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' and Florence Harris, of Lancaster, were of Charley Adamo, who died from the echtmes they will devise to beat the and Managers E. H. Beazjey and James Margaret Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. gueits of Misses Mary and eifects of injuries received diilo coup turnpikes." This very fact has been T. Menefee lost out to tho tuno of about Noel. liug cars nt i'.uksvillu a week ago, ha8 used sb an argument in favor oi frto 530. Tho thing waa tried once too often. Mr. Kumar Nbvius aud family are vis- brought suit for against the L. A turnpikeB. They flay It will tako away The contestants were all on hand, but one iting relatives in Marion and Jonn L. N. He chnrges negligence. the tendency of people to lie in tho mat- of tho judges failed to arrive and tho enHay is filling his place at the Louisville ter and therefore prove a etep in morali- tertainment waa considerably delayed. !S353 In thk Consommk -- E. II. Beazley ty, but wo doubt it. Those name po Mr. T. R. Walton was fctore. choson In his stead editor ot tho Rich- and James T. Meuefeearo in thu soup to pie will continue to lie and steal tco Mh. T. 0. Adams, and ho with Messrs. 0. 0. Williams, of mond Pantograph, came down with hU tho tune of 511 each by the declamatory when they can got ns much as a nickel. Mt. Vernon, and W. I. Williams, of Lanbrother to tho contest, and took a pretty contest, Our people havo had enough caster, retired at tho conclusion of the One Cool Spot. Mnnager F. J. Camp contest and decided girl to the show. of thnt kind of entertainment for the "Your local says, "The gold watch should be that the handsome Mn. Gxoi.uk E. Stone was on venter-dav'- s present and for a long time to come. btll writec: awarded to Jamis ii train, bouud for Crab Oichard Thk following is not generally known, How Is this record of yesterday nt Rock Marshull Sauiley, of this place. Mr. 0. Springs. Ho Bays Casey's all right politbut it is h fact that W. W. Withers' stock Castle Springs, the hottest day of the 0. Williams made tho presentation ically Mnd overy other way. undertaking goods is as complete as month: At 7 a. m.CS0. 10 a. m. 71; 12 speech, which was both eloquent and Misa Florence Tiiukiikart and True-hea- of beautiful, after which the audienco conBells 1100 and Virginia Bourne returned any in tho country and that be si. 8i O I. si. 85; 4 p si. 7S'; 0 sidering itself dismissed, dispersed. Mr. for 150. This fact has been provyesterday morning from a protracted caskets 10 p. si. 65. People here aro sleeping Sauiley's friends were very proud of bis en to parties who have looked around. to relatives in Virginia. visit nndor blankets every night and the success and showed their joy in nnmis Musana. E. E. Pbothhrok, of Brodhead, While A. K. Denny is chairman ol grounds and river are in shade six of tbo takable terms. All of tbe young men did and hia cousin, Albert Miller, of Frank-ford- , of tho democratic campaign committee 12 hourB of Bunshine. Boat races, awim well and are to be congratulated on their Pa , who is visiting him, were here in this county, his brother, A. R. Denny, ming matches, climbing bees and ball efforts. Tho contestants were P. F. Ad on their wheels Wednesday. is chairman ol the gold democratic com room exercises are not only possible but ams, Richmond; Rodman Keenan, Har W. H. Shanks gave a dining yester- mittee in Garrard. Soitis brother against practicable without danger of overheat. rodsburg; D. Victor Ballou. Stanford; day in honor of Mrs. R. W. Hocker, of brother this timo and tho devil take .the If you uon't believe this, send a truthful wara uoouioe, uanvuie; J. w. Throckmorton, Loxington; James M. Sauilsy, Kansas City, at which Dr. P. W. Logan hindmost. James to see. . Stanford; Ken T. Riggs, Cynthlana. and wife and numerous other relatives Tub Liberty fair which begins next Lkkt Between Suns. The Rev. John Chairman Ashby M. Warren presided were present. Wednesday gives promise to be a grand I. Wilson, who brought a huge tent here with much dignity, while tho muBic fur Prof. B. F. Oabiibll, of Totters' Co- success in overy particular. People and nished by Mr. Charles W. Kremer. of lter, Bowling Green, was boro this week, stock from a half dozen counties will be last week and Btretched it in the Chris Louisville, was one of tbo features of the tian church yard in Macksvllle and held evening. discussing the advantages of bin school there and if you don't go you'll not be a camp meeting, left the other night with those of our citizens who have in tho swim. Go and see that your In without telling anybody good-byNEW ADVKBTI8FJI ENTH. daughters to educate. neighbors do likewise. fact he folded hie tent during the wee W. Miller, of Lancaster, a Mit. John Fined 550. George Welch, the Negro sma' hours and shook the duBt ol Stan sound money democrat, wao hero yester a meio my place Juno I IrMftJ IV'll old. 7 day, He will support the Chicago tick- boy who is serving out a fine for at- ford from his feet. The admission fee of Uwoer can get her HUckJennet.6or her jem and by paying for keep et and says most of the democrats in his tempting to Bhoot his father, struck Craig five cents stooped the crowd after the inn advertisement. 47 wni.iic.UK, btanloru, county will dollkowlse. Camden, also a prisoner, in the face with noveltv of the thine had worn off and Alcorn gave a delightful a bed roller the other day, cutting a gash the Rev. Wilson found himself preach The Misses ing to empty eeatB. II he left any debts watermelon fete in honor of their pretty several inches long. He was tried "Judge" Dawson Wednesday and unpaid nobody has complained, so it ii guest, Miss Halllo Barlow, of Franklin, At Asigoee ol that he did not Ilcailey, I will, on Henley Bros, and Mrs M. A. fined 550. to bo supposed Wednesday evening, at which a dozen or nioro guests were present. Takbn In. Mr. 8. II. Shauke, who is Whither he went no oneknoweth. i TUESDAY, 15, 1896 Townslky, who has spent very fond of smoking, saw an advertiseMibs8araii A siNauLAU wreck occurred in front of with herccuBin,MIssMa On their premise, one mile Irom Stanford on the several months ment in a Cincinnati paper that 10 LInniettaSprlngsonthe L. A N, Tues HuUonvillo turnpike, tell publicly the ry Elkln, left yesterday for her home at good cigars and $1 in cash could bo gotday night a little after 9 o'clock. Tho of Mrs. M. A, Btirley in Perry, Ga. Mr. M. F. Jilfcfn accompa- ten by sending $1 in a given time. Mr. iiiint HPP.tion of Freight No. 33 was a 83 ACRES OF LAND, ONnied her ns far as Chattanooga. Shanks forwarded his dollar by tho first with 41 cars attached. In O'Bannon, Jr., is opportunity and received 10 of tho meanoi the remainder interest in same William Barbbe City a And also coming down the hillto Junction tiros of the name of a fine boy who mado his est cigara imaginable and a Moxican dol- irnwhar broke and threw two cars off belonging to Henley by other persons who will,tho remainder are owned at a f ir price, convey their interests to thopurchtser appearance at Dr. W. B. O'Bannon'a lar. Ho will buy bis cigars in Stanford besides breaking tho draw heads on 11 of the above, and the residue of the remainder it yesterday morning. Two boys and two hereafter. by a minor 10 years old. A will be And you will profit by looking through occasionally. other cars. Oapt. W.J. Howell, who was owned the purchaser that, on attainingbond majorgiven her girls now run things at the House with Fiikk Silvkr. John Bright, who is on the top of his cabooso, jumped when ity, she will couvey her interest to him at same Seven Gables. just back from a tour of the mountains, he saw what was about to happon and rate the rest of the land sells. Also a tract of An Elegant Sidoboard in Oak, 7 Foet Tall, 4 Foet Wide, With Miss Susie Lablry ban been given tells us that free silver has tho day in the 14x24 Bevel Plate Glass, for $10 00. tS ACRKS OJP LVTD, the enbank-men- t, landed about 40 feet down chargo of the depot nt Rowland, ot which numerous counties he traveled in and him up badly and it is Belonging to Beazley Ilros., adjoining the above, bruising d I propose giving my customers, who have been faithful and a part the same tract. O00J dwelling she had worked as assistant for some that republicans as well as democrats aro feared injuring him internally. He Ib at originallybuildingsofon the and out tract. Also IO agent. She low prices this fall. while her brother waa time working for Bryan and Sowall. The pen- - the Trlbble Houso andwas doing well at Horss,y Cowb,20 Stock IIobb.SO is a good type writer and is now learnsloners, ha says, are about the only peo last accounts. Brivkeman Marlon Mas- - iVorosGrowliiK Corn, 30 of Outs, ing telegraphy in order to fit herself pla who don't want the white metal.. He den wasalBO hurt, but not seriously. Tho O orUarloy, 2 full Ao. thoroughly for tho business and make thinks the democrats will get tho biggest suspension nf traflio for Bt larmlmplumontu, sale. Undertaker, and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Matting, Wall Paper, Terms made known on day ol they have ever poll-- 1 wreck caused a vote her independent of anybody's assist- ed. in that section B. PAXTON, Assignee. 4Std J. &c, Stanford, Ky. six hours. ance. - , jr. c, m ... Practical Trimmer, ireiiT, BY- EmTostlmer n -- " g5.23rt ho 5s.3ft so r o's' ... ?y c;o i qV 32:Ls: S?gao 10 wggs- -H fifTifn 3?T23a:S3c5?5 r 1 m m i S n3e5:3o,5Er' r, 3c5EeiS.3 rg3 q m two-third- Buggy, PMon, Sorry or Eock&oard, Ktu-br- Wheat Drills, Land Rollers B. K. WEAREN. FARRIS & HARDIN, .i. n. roll-Gat- Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. m m Prices to Suit The Times. REMNANTS :i m rt of ! m m Fine Wool Goods for School Skirts for Children e. J at Half Price. bo-fo- re PUBLIC SALE. SEPT, SEVERANCE & SON. m m life-eita-te doublo-heade- r KEEPYOUREYE -- 19-- Two-ight- Withers' Furniture Store W. W. WITHERS, -- truejun-precedente- re '3 m artjfagwtfjyj )J M:l AMk ' ill t B I I I I ). Having bought of J, W Adami hit Coal riant It. To Teke the l'lstce or a. Iloase Station. riie First Decree Conferred Upon a Memand good will at Rowland, Ky.,t will continue the ber of the Female Sex. V. T. SAUNDERS Coal lluttnets at said place Harbor on the Vessel. correspondent disSaturday laat your will have charge of It as he i well known in that In tho rush and haste of Ynlo comOno of tho most peculiar vessels ever Published Bvory Tuesday and Friday regarded the broiling temperature to emend ol the county AT J. II. 11IOOINS. 44 bark on a lezy horse for a trip to Monti-cell- o built in American waters is tho Boston mencement a very interesting incident was overlooked. It was tho accasion TJirMO I will take all the hides I can get in company with a jovial compan- bay Uoating life saving station, which The doctor may be a Rood old man, but even so. lliULtO. for cash or In trade lor leather on of tho receipt of tho first degreo conferred WWh'en not sopaid S2.5Q will be charged." medical exsminationa and the "local application" court dats at Stanlord or at my home In ion. First few miles were over an un- has just been completed rtt Noauk, every modest woman. treatment Chat. Knntlin, Tanner through the knobs, Conn. Thcro is nothing liko her under by tho university upon a woman. Yalo They are are abhorrent o olten useless, They familiar near-cu- t embarrassing admitted women into its graduate de- should not be submitted to until everything else K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. frequently tho heavens. Tho mention of n life which insured that we were has been tried. In nine cases out of ten .station suggests a suit stained build- partment threo years ngo, and Wednes- tor in central practice isn't competent tothe docI treat fe Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. in., and 4:S at fault and more than once off the trackt swopt beach, with surf day tho first female members of tho male diseases. They make a branch of medicine p. m., returning at 4:30 p. m., and 9:20 p. m. perseverance won and we finally ing ou n storm but by themselves. They are distinct fiom other nifd lifeboats. Tho new craft, graduuto department to complete their They can be properly understood and I am lack I mm the cities with everything mi emerged from the brush and ticks on a patrols L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. treated only by one who has had years of actual It new and ptetty in the Millinery line, a visit diplomas courses wore honored with practice and experience In this particular line. to ray store will convince you that this stock is familiar thoroughfare, and enjoyed as however, Is expected to provo even There wero four "coeds" in tho com- This is truoofPr. R. V 1'ierce, chief consulting the mott complete. ,.. ta 37P m No. 4, Train going North nn er- moro useful than tho surfmen, as filio " ..... 3131m smooth sailing: as rough roads and No, 16, Elegant line Linens and Embroidery Material. mencement procession, although there phytlcianof the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical InI)r l'lerce's Faunlte stitute at HulUto, N. Y ' South No. 15, pa ,..ti 04 p ratic craft vouchsafed. The farther wo will lio offshore outsido tho lino of were eight who obtained degrees. MISSL1CC1KIIKAZLKY, Prescription, " 1 oj " Tho reproductive a remedy lor all drraneencntt of the in No.j, breakers, and her crow will have tho Stanford, Ky organs of women, hat been in actual progrepsed beyond the blue grass bounIf cures every element of danger from surf removed four wero Miss Mattio A. Harris, use for more than thirty yeats. QUEEN CRESCENT. dary the more pronounced the excellent from their work. college, '01; Miss Sarah M. Slier-ric- form of "leuiale weaWneai." A. S. Trains pan Junction City at follows: tilth our neighbors havo given their This station Is tho first of tho kind Ottcrbein university, '1)5; Miss No. 1 South 1107pm No t North ...3.42 pm crops and, the extraordinary freedom ever constructed. Tho boat is 100 foot Surgeon " 3 p m ' II. THOMPSON, Alico 13. Snwtello, Colby university, ...1 n.09 a m " 4 " 5 ' 6 " 11.3c, am ...3.:; am from grass and weeds their fields enjoy. long, S3 feet wldo nud 0 feet deep. Sho 'SS, nnd Miss Kato H. Claghorn, llryn Dentist, . 9 p m ' to " Is a candidate for Congress in this, the Eighth ...6 00 a m " 8.33 Corn, about tho only crop we saw grow- is shaped much liko nn old fashioned Mawr, '92. Their appearance in tho District, subject to the action of the Democratic Note. N01. 4 and 3 and o and 10 run no fur ing, was never more promising under flatiron, cut off squaro at tho stern. her than Junction City All trains atop there. procession to tho chapel was tho signal Tarty. It is tho "harbor" cut out of tho main for continued npplauso all along tho similar conditions, though a few fields of Office over McRobertt' Drug Store in the Owsley n line. SAM V. late planting will need a little more of deck at the stern that mukes tho boat llulldlng. curiosity. This opening cut into the This, however, was only nn echo of Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, subthe rainy spell to iuBure a maximum stern is 30 feet long and 17 foot wide. come. When tho young ject to the action of the democratic party. yield. At six o'clock r. st. we landed at It is surrounded by n walk 0 feet wide, what was to women appeared on tho platform and as hospitable a home as Kentucky can upon which boats may bo hauled. Tho wero handed their diplomas by PresiDesirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten boast. Under pretext of inquiring the upper deck extends the whole length of dent Dwight, they wero cheered heart- GARLAND Acre of Land, Kor a comHa distance to a stand beyond we pretended the boat, covering over tho top of tho ily and long. candidate for Superintendent Public Schools fortable Dwelling of8Ie. Reomt.on it all good, Their appenrnuco boforo Is aLincoln Hit and D.riiiitv County, subject to the action of the outbuildings. One yard hydrant and one for wa of harbor its well. rewe desired to reach we alighted and President Dwight was marked by a democratic party. tering stock, also a splendid, never falling well. As tho "station" will continually lie slight difference in tho reception of quested a drink of water. The urgent i or further particulars apply to at her anchors nud head to tho wind, it their diplomas from tho stylo of tho JAS. V. UAILEY, invitation to abandon such absurd prop S. J iHanfoid, Ky. iugrvss of malo recipients of degrcos. They negfollows thut tho egress and osition as going farther, and to spend the small boats from and into tho harbor Is a candidate for Attestor of Lincoln county, lected night was as promptly extended as cor will bo conducted in n sheltered place, mako to bow their heads and did not subject to the action of the democratic party. tho traditional Yale low bow. so sore pil- nud one of tho dangerous and disagreedially accepted. Tho weary and familiar to all who witness tho salutaHOLDAM grim can enjoy tho highest type of hos- able features which lifo saving crows tion of Yalo men to President Dwight up with tho They simply courtosied without remov- Is a candidate for Asiettor or Lincoln county, I will from now on deliver the Stanford Kactory.s for which the State was deserv have hithorto had pitality Ice regularly every morning, Price elly famed in her pioneer period at launching of boats through tho surf-- will ing their mortarboard caps. This was subject to the action of the democratic party. bo obviated. In this hnrbor will bo wholly on account of tho troublo of re100 Pounds and Ovor 40c per 100. Worth Taylor's, near Mintonville. About SAMUEL M. OWENS most terrific moored two naphtha launches for tho moving their caps, but was permitted 10 o'clock that nisht the Any amonnt between to and too lbs. at Kelo, nso of tho life savers, and a snrfboat by tho faculty. It has been learned thnt bills the Ant of each storm swooped down from the North- will hang c.u davits near at hand. It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln County, sub All nth. must potitlvely be paid K. liRKMKR. m Absolutely Puro.t tho reason that tho other female candi- ject to the action of the democratic party. west that ever disturbed the comfort and As a whole, tho craft looks something for a degree A cream of tartar baking pow- serenity of ordinarily sound sleepers. A like a houseboat Sho is built in a most dates procession ditl not participate in tho exercises in tho SHELBY & SHELBY, McCORMACK der. Highest of all in leavening gale of almost cyclonic proportions, with durablo manner, with a view of resist- chnpel was that and wore timid and they United States Gov- intermittent roars, which threatened to ing any storm with which sho may havo feared that tho boys would not take It a candidate for Attestor of Lincoln County, strength. Latest subject to the action of the democratic party. sweep the bouse from its foundations, to battle, Sho is heavily bulkheaded, their nppoarauco pleasantly, as there, ernment Report. our support it earnestly solicited. and tho main deck, which is ten feet has been somo opposition to coeducation ROYAL BAKING POWDERIOO. preceded the rainfall and the electric dis- above tho level of the sea, contains City, - Kentucky. at Yale. Aftor they saw tho enthuslnstlo play was of an awfulneas which only a M. New York. abundant room for tho crew of eight reception tendered to their sisters who Oore could picture or a Dante describe. men and captain who will man the vesIs a candidate for Attestor ol Lincoln County, Turnouti, Prompt Atteetioo, Very Blinding flashes followed by the most sel. On this deck is a largo pilothouse received degrees they wero sorry they subject to the action of the democratic party. Rcatooable Rates. A portion of your patronage it did not march. Philadelphia Timos. respecllully sollcitej. it om. stunning, deafening crashes of thunder I 7 feet high, which will bo used as a EMBRY were of interminable dura- lookout. There is abundant room for ever heard MAKING A NEW MOUTH. THK HUSTLING I.NSURANCK MAN, tion it seemed. The almost coincident tho comfort of tho crow. Is a candidate for Attestor of Lincoln Couuly. Tho station is fitted with anchors, but Delicate Surgical Operation l'erturinetl subject to the action el the democratic party, and flash and crash told how near waa the earutttly atkt jour support. Upon a Utah Hoy. medium through which each bolt was has no masts, machinery or steering gear. Sho has been 50 days under conA delicato operation was jwrfonned Is Agent for The conducted aground, and the very earth struction and is to bo towed to Boston C. G. by the shocks. Ac- at once, whero 6ho will bo stationed in last week on little, Ivan Dckor, whoso seemed shivered : : Co. mother liad brought himucrons tho con- Is a candidate for Asiettor of Lincoln, subject to New quaintances 25 miles South informed ua Boston bay directly off City Point. Her tinent to Now York, whoro he could bo action of the democratic party Thinking the Office on Lancatter Street, at Rosidence. And The Southern end of the county tt entitled to a slice that they enjoyed the electric display un- cost was $7, 000 exclusivo of her fur- treated. Tho operation was 110 loss than ol the pie heatks jour support. accompanied by a single peal of the nishings, and sho was designed by As- making n new mouth for the boy. Aotna Accldont 2T. dCL. thunder which at our point seemed sistant Superintendent of Construction There was a wido fissure on the left sido Company. FOR SALE. of the child's palate, extending nil tho enough to shake the earth from its or- Henry E. Davis of Palmer's yard. Het and Meat Kavotahi. Tersas ol Insurance Now York Sun. way back. This affection had caused bit. Monte in Stanlard, with A goed Residence tho child great difficulty in swallowing, An appointment by Oolson, candidate Kentucky. let. for tale. The let centum for Congressional nomination, to teli a AFLOAT IN A COCKLESHELL. and if not remedied would in time S, acre, and on tameeasily divided, putting can be work in every particuand rctidcncc en prt ,ot- - At Guarantees crowd everything derogatory he could of Mariners In a Small Iloat SlijIiU'd on the havo proved a serious impediment to price and en easy terms. Apply ta lar. Prices reasonable. Has had 13 yean' distinct articulation. This peculiar afN. SAL'NUERS, Slanterd, Ky John D. White drew a republican crowd 91 3m jjtf Ocean. & fliction is occasionally hereditary. Lit-tlto Monticello, Monday, and the old meTho two daring navigutors who left Ivan was in excellent health when tropolis was almost in gala attire. The New York Juno 8 in n cockleshell boat it was decided to perform tho operation Ky. little gun of the mountains appears ab- 18 feet long, to cross tho Atlantic, arc at tho homo of Mr. Ryon, whoro Mrs. Sole proprietor Dean's Itlack DUraond Roof 1'aint Kitimalet furnlthed for painting Wood, solutely unconscious of and indifferent all right. In their frail little craft they Decker was staying. Dr. .7. II. Branth J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, And teo the new Halt at Mi. Dudderar' Tern-n- Metal and lion Rooft. Satlitaction guaranteed. of which nearly every wero sighted on Jnly 10, in latitudo erformcd tho operation, in which ho to the distress ol Kathlon this week. Nrw Legon, new All roots painted with Dean's Itlack Diamond - CO. 30, longitude 3 1.C5, by tho American In Paint guaranteed for yrart Ileal l'anamts all other point of the Union clamors, and liner Indiana, Captain Thompson, and used about 75 instruments, taking moro and Ribbons. the new I'ertlan eflVcts Low Klowert tern l'utnps and Galvanised Iron irt in best Cis1'ricct. Filters, Oalvaa-lieHandsome goods but Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Day. and llltck Iron Roofing uf all kinds, substantial as well as ornamental expan- asked to bo reported. Tho daring mari- than threo hours. Dress making done in tte latest ttIe and on short si tl M. I). DUIWKRAK. Tho operation began with tho partial notice. sion of the town continues as evidence ners appeared to bo in tho beat of spirits MRS. KATK DL'ODKRAR. Remodeled and refurnished throughout, Large and Commodious Sample Rooms. by the incomplete buildings that are be nnd required 110 assistance whatever incision of tho two Bides of tho superior maxillary bone, which were then broken Halls and office connected by Electric Belli NATIONAL BANK ing hurried to a finish, em well as the from tho Indiana, although provisions looso with littlo steel chisels so thnt Prompt and polite service to guests. 47 many tasty and elegant new buBinees and wnter wero offered them. Tho sight they would fit together, closing tho cleft OF STANTORO, KY. of so small a boat in midoccau was rare, ON IMPROVED FARMS houses and residences which of HOUSE ble to nn exile and infrequent are noticea- and at first the officers of tho Indiana in front. thoTho two sideswero tho cleft visitor. through hard pnluto denuded teml-athought it was somo shipwreck crow SIOO.OOO In Lincoln county, Ky.,at6 F. B. RILEY. Proprietor, TheoperatioDB of oil prospectors give that, had taken to tho lifeboat. Captain with tho kulfo'aud drawn together by nual intercut no commmlon per cent., Address, Capital Stock charged. means of four catgut ligatures. Then two GEO. W. DAVY. Room 17, Kenyon Uuildlng, Surplus which .London, - - - Kentucky. an impetus to business in Wayne,county, Thompson said yesterday that tho posi- doublo ligatures of heavy catgut were Louisville, Ky. Kor blank applications and fur is cheering to a native of the old ther Information, inquire olj. N. Saunders, Attion in which ho passed tho Sosodont Attention of the public it invited to the far prayer of a wicked was about 844 miles from Fastnet. Both passed through tho loosened parts of tho torney, Stanlord, Ky. "I have moved to my new Hotel and am bettsi and if the earnest that thia Is the only National Hank in Stanford superior maxillary bone, 'prepared than ever to accommodate the public sinner avails, assures a materialization of men were perched in tho stern shoots of Under the provniont of the National Dank A second operation will bo necessary Qood Livery attached: and every convenience di are secured not only by th capital ! every Micawber and Mulberry Seller's tho boat and wero clad in oilskin suits, to remove tho harelip, which is an acliability for tut stock, but by the ttockholdcrt sired. Give me a call. FRANK RILXY, amount equal to the ttock, to that depositor Ol as tho spray was coming directly over companiment of a cleft palate, but this jj most chimerical calculation and propheAll persons desiring Locust Posts for plank this institution are tccured by a fund of $400,000, as them. They expected to reach a channel will not bo moro thnn an ordinary ex- fence, post and railing or wue fence, can find rive sworn ttatementt of the condition of the btnk operators are A. G. I.anham cy. The port somo tiuio early in August should perience, nnd after that littlo Ivan will what they want at my atore near Cedar Creek, on are made each yearto the United States govssa-tntJohn B. Cattleman. to developments, and unless a gusher Is tho weather remain favorable, and Its attctt are eiamlntd at itattd licBM the pike leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford havo just as symmetrical n roof iu his I also keep en hand a good supply of plank by government agents, thus securing additlton struck the citizens are in a state of specTho craft on which theso men aro mouth as any ono and bo nblo to talk for fencing. alwayskinds ot lumber for building pur- and perfect safety to depositors. All This institution, originally established a the poses, also boards and shingles All persons deulative uncertainty as to results of every making tho perilous trip Is of their own with perfect distinctness when ho be- siring any article or this kind can call on me at (ltd Oepotit Hank of Stanlord In iljl, then hole put down. desigu nnd is very broad, but draws comes older. His parents nro from s as the National Uank of Stanford In 1S65 asd near Cedar Creek my store again re organised aa the First National Bank ol O. W SINOLKTON. Jitf June i6,V5. Wayne is agriculturally the blue grass not mnro than threo inches of water. Utah. Stanford in iSSs, has had practically an uninterINSURANCE COMPANY county of the mountains and her many They had, when leaving New York, CO rupted etistenceof j years. It is better supplied now with lacilille lor transacting business prompt A judge at Mt. Sterling Iibb decided best citizens are the salt of the earth. days' provisions. Tho water is carried ly and liberally than ever before In its long and OF LIVERPOOL. in four tanks, two and two aft, the act unconstitutional which was passhonorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduComfortable and frequently pretentious and tho provisions,forward ciaries, firmt and Individuali rttpectfully principally canned ed by the last legislature, that children Wsthlngton Farm No. I contains S91 acres in farm residences and outbuildings, excel goods, aro stored in water tight comcounty, Ky , the greater part of which is in gran; The Directory ol this Hank is composed ol lent fences and numerous other eviden- partments. Captain Thompson of tho on their way to and from school and peo- well watered; with good Improvement!, includ- Forcslua Iteid, Lincoln county; & BERBEE ing ces of advanced methods of farming at- Indiana took great pains to telegraph ple ou their way from church, should bo This new metal roof tobacco barn for 10 acre crop. S.T. Harris, Lincoln; farm is situated in what it pronounced the MANAGERS, J. II, Collier, Lincoln; test a prosperous progress and contenttho information to New York, whero exempt from the payment of toll on turn- best district in Kentucky for White Hurley Tobacco. Comfortable residence houte. J, W. Hayden, Stanford; ment which many uppish portions of tho families of tho daring mariners will pikes Commerce Building, Louisville. Tho Old Dominion Guano works at Farm No. a contains 300 acres in same locality, S. II. Uaughman Lincoln; of their safety. the State are far from enjoying. The po- learn with brick dwellinir. Laree stock and tobacco Norfolk burned; loss 1 100,000 J. S. Hocker, Stanford; Agents Throughout the South. barns. One of the best improved farms in the litical pot is Beething and politics domi W. A. Trlbble, SUufordj county. M. D. Elmore, Stanford; nates all topics of interest, but a courare in fine stale 01 preteivation. well Hoih farms T. !. Hill, Utantord; watered ond fenced. Close to R. It. depot, schools, teous moderation and neighborly conK. L, Tanner, McKinney; market and on a line turnpike. local agent, sideration characterizes every liveliest For information apply to M.J. Miller. Mt. Vernon. Kv J. N. SAUNDERS, Stanford, Ky. J.B. Hocker, President; Stanford, - - - Kentucky. joust that was heard. Wayne certainly 10 Jno. J. McRoberts, Cashier; j;tf enjoys a degree of activity and prosperiA. A. McKinney, Asst.Cathler ty to be envied by many of her wealthier sisters. As we returned we were informed that 8STHE CHAS. WHEELER EMPORIUM invites you to be present On Saturday, August 29, 1896, Co much timber was olown down by the on the Special Sale Days, on TUESDAY AND SATURDAY At 10 o'clock, I will tell my FARM, containing storm that swept over Green River knob of each week, beginning OF STANFORD, KY., JUNE 23, and continuing until further no104 ACKh., situated about 5 miles from Stanford on the Lancaster pike. The farm Is in a high the night we spent near there, and our tice. Come early and avoid the rush. I now fully.orgauircd and ready for business wit President. William Shelton, state of cultivation, the land ft good and well wastory dwelling containing five host had discovered three trees near the tered. It hat a Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. rooms, good stable and necessary were shivered by lightning cash and house that and a good orchard Terms: Primary, Preparatory, Academic and Collegi- Surplus, . balance due Jan. 1, 18.;;, with 6 per cent, interest that night. 20,000. ate Courses of btudy. lroin dayof sale The sale will take place on the At a country store we heard a LouisW, T STONE. premises. Schools of Music, Art and Elocution. 43td SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL will open MonThe Scholastic Year for ville drummer championing the sound IJANK OK STANFORD, line of Millinery Reduced One Half. A Clean and Well-Selecday, Sept. 7, and continue forty weeks. San Francisco. money cause in great shape till a coal Portland Childeciding to what school you will send Now closing up) with the same aiseta and under Ileforo A Large Stock of Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and in same management. ..To the., your daughters, be sure to scud for our Is'nw miner paraljzsd him by chipping in dren's Wear, and in our prices we have no competition. By provisions of its chatter, depositor are at CntuloKUo. Addrets fully protected a ate depositors in National when the drummer had the merchant on MRS. NANNIE S. SAL'KLEY, Banks, it shareholders being held individual Ladies , Misses and Children s Shoes of Swell Styles and on lasts 3tf Lidy Principal liaolc to the extent of the amount of their stock the run. Our pilgrim waa arrayed in from A to EE. therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the .........Via The purple and fine linen, the miner bad juet amount invested in such shares. It may acta We lead with the SMITH & STOUGHTON and ROCKLAND executor, administrator, trustoc, Ac, as fully as emerged from his hole in the ground, and an individual. for men and boys. To those who entrusted their bulslness to us waa the worst Bell that crowd ever met. lines while mnaginfr the Lincoln National Ban 01 Not only an educated, refined gentleman Stanlord, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their butinest but able to eiye Coin Harvey points on vwaixexexelielaaxvianaatseHaesinMxat with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenpoultyUtrMWAiBJUTCHIta60RtT5 tion to amcour twenty year' experience la the currency question. He waa a stran banking and as liberal accommodations as are conger to half the crowd and the drummer's tinent with sound banking. Which will be ladened with the Rarest Bargains from day to day, and Only, Dining Car Route From NOW OPEN. dumbfounded stare at tho phenomenon if your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. waa little greater than the surprise, of acPresent Engagements Give Prom- J J. Williams, Mt. directors: Vernon; quaintances who then rirt realized that S. II. Shanks, Stanford; ise op Largest Atten' a giant has removed to their midst. J. S. Owsley, Stanford; MATTING AND OIL CLOTH. S J. Embry, Stanford; dance :or Years. Many republicans, we met, who do net Elegant Pullman Vestibuled J, B. Owsley, Stanford; Sleepers of Modern Pattern. follow a nor believe their Coffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice J. F Cash, Stanford; Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. For maps or any information, address pensions conditional on stamping under New Ideas. William Gooch, Stanlord; New Chefs. goods, at iow prices. Hew Music. T. REID, E. H. BACON and Canned Goods. We are yours" for first-cla- ss FRANK the log cabin, will support the democratA. V..Carpenter, MUIedgevilU, D. P. A., G. P. Agent, Louisville ttmcago. ic nominees. WH. Cummins, Preachers Hit, WRITE FOU TERMS. Be sure to call for S, H. Shack, President, Mot.cn Route. Three persons were burned to death Dt. J.'B. Owsley, Cashier, HOFMANN, Proprietor. The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky, CUS .ir W. M. Bright, Teller. St Paul. with a building in New York. June 1896. Denver. Weekly interior Jourm T0MB0110N JJowU Arouml and Then Ttlovs About NEW LIFE SAVING BOAT. YALE'S WOMAN GRADUATES. George Welsh, a New York florist, who has bad his entire, tongue removed, is, although there is not a vestige of that organ left, able to converse almost bs naturally sb before the operation and still retains the sense of taste. NOTICE . ! Otten-hel- snv-in- g TO THE LADIES . -.. Lin-coi- n PRICE, J. Stnuforcl, Ky. mWHS, & MENEFEE FOB. SALE. SINGLETON GREEN FRANK &AKP to-p- J. F. POWDER t) EMMETT 1 Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction rirtt-Clat- s F. ELKIN db, w. b. PBinrs", Stanford, Ky. JOE T. M. W. JOHITSOW, York Hie Ins. Dentist, RAKER Axxllvp, Insurance Bricklayer & Stonecutter Stanford, First-Clan expe-lenc- RESIDENCE tore-bout- store-neut- e raise-abl- e J. T. JOITES, Stanford, c. I o Tin Sheet Iron Works, BARKER HOUSE, Como Ono, Come All. l. Somerset, Kentucky. d MONEY To LOAN n FIRST THE RILEY 23,700 1 NOTICE al nt nOYfKh Par-awn- u, Two Farms For Sale. aolic-te- d. GaSTLEME. W. A. TEIBBLE, PUBLIC SAtE. CASH CLEARANCE SALE! STANFORD - Female College. Farmers Bank&Trnst iJ-- J One-ha- ll GOODS CHEAPER THAN FREE SILVER ted 1896-- WBTMWffi3ST iiiiiiMffln kook Out for Our Getre Table! CARPETS, GRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS 1t zoxrxs,Hrxx.x.E TO CHICAGO. bell-weth- er, - . M CHARLES WHEELER Li ' -- .A.