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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896082101 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. ""i" I Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXV. HUSTONVILLE. has typhoid fever, Marshal Dover has recovered from his recent Illness. The boya are tnlkiiiR nbout Rettiup up a base ball club herp. There Is plenamateur ty ol material for a team, -J- ets Dunn left Tuesday with a car load of horses for the Southern market. Ueexpeit to abide at Barnwell, S. O.i until his lather ships later on, when bo will go still further South. Our people, are seriously considering tholdeaof having a fair about the let o' Ilustonvllle has lways had October. successful fairs and there is eurv reason to believe that oae this year would not prove an exception to the rule. J. V, Hooker Is improving his drilling house by putting up new verandas ill and and addinit additional rooms. deny that there is any signifiJune both cance in this bo far as they are concerned and the cashier refuses to talk for publication. Yeast Powell, who had IiIb skull mashed in by a rock thrown by another colored boy recently, h recovering, contrary to the- expectation of those who saw blm when first hurt. Dr. Carl Wheeler haschargeof the ciso and is conducting It to a aitlsff ctory culmination. BeuJ. Edwards, brother of Ed. Edwards, oi Moreland, and who visited his brother at MortUnd recently, was married In Baltimore yesto'day. Mrs. Edwards left Moreland yesterday for Cincinnati where she expected to meet Mr Ben and bis new wife Kev. George Darsie, of Frankfort, meeting it theChns closed a tian church last Sunday night. There were no professions of faith during the mreting. On Monday night Mr. Dursie lectured on his recent trip abroad to a large audience and on Tuesday departed (or bis home in Frankfort, leaving many warm admireia and friends as the result He of hla association with our people. is a very earnest nnd practical speaker and doubtless did much uood although the visible results were meager. Wallace Carpenter is a', homo from the West. Judge L. 0. Alcorn, of Greens-burhas been visiting in the community. Port Peacock, of Newport, is vinit-infriends here, takintt a much needed rest and nuraiug the intliinmatory rheu matism in n!a hand and foot. Port is a trolly car conductor now and Is prospering. Ed White and Bister, Mies Mattie, of Hubble, are guests at Squire - B. Ad. anas'. Mrs. Higglns, of Lexington, 1b visiting the home of Oharles Wheeler. Mirs Lillio Brewer, of Harrodabnrg, who made a pleasant visit to Miss Grace has returned home. Mies Sal-li- e Elkin and Will Embry, of Lancaster, were guests at Smith Powell's Sunday Will Oabbell and wife, of Lebanon, are visiting his mother here. Misses N'annie and Bessie Held are the pleasant guest of Miss Jennlo McKiuney. Miss Neil, of Louisville, is visiting at J. K. Bough-man'Mrs. Johnston acd daughter, Miss Pearl, are visiting relatives in the community. Miss Salllo King, of Danville, is the handsome guest of Mrs. Jennie Carpenter. Miss Mary Carpenter, of Louisville, who has been visiting at the same hospitable borne, has returned to the city. Will WutorB, of near Danville, is visiting the family of Squire L. B. Adams. Mrs. Lucius 0slov, of Bradfords-vill- e, is visiting the family of her eon, Jas. Taylor. Bell tlrst-claes Interior Journal STANFORD KY.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 21.-189- NO. 50 -- Mrs. Win. MT.VERXOX, ROCKCASTLE CO. A poDd photographer is in town. The work on the streets gopo on. Several nice crossinps havo been uiBde. Our tovMi now boasts of both a mar. shal and a deputy. The latter has grown so prourensivelhat lie has parties lined after taking horsf s to the town spring to water. Among the niue names of pupila given free rcliolarshlns in tho Institute we notice the name (f Mies Herd Mar tin, an accomplished young Ndy of Mar-etsburg WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY CO. SOMEWHAT LOCAL. Trie Fair, Sept. 2, 3 and 4, ia the topic of conversation with our people now. David Wallace was acquitted Wednesday morning fur the killing of Marsh Vlckerit. number of Virginians Iihs (settled in the Northern part of this county, and several mrrj families contumpl.ru following tueui. Tney make good citizens and being good democrats are very A wo'-co- uie We were pained to hear of the death of the wife ol Dr. McDonald, which cc - to-da- y, two-wee- ks' g, g Van-Areda- le, s. curred recently. The doctor has taken an active Interest in the spiritual welfare of our people, whose pruyers will arlf a lor him in his great bereavement. Messrs Jasper and It. L. Brown spoke on free silver at Kirby'a school-hous- e rccectly. They are warm friends ol the white metal and are doing good work for it. Prof. J. S. Reppert will speak for it at that place next Saturday. The proyer meeting was well attended last Wednesday nlgbt. Prof. Pierce conducted the services. Miss Grade Cox presided at tho organ. Selections fiom the Bible were read by Mrs. C. 0. Williams, Mita Ejima Itickles and Mre-J- . W. Neshitt. The court termed police court of this place Iihs been carrying on business lor several years Lure illegally. At tho coming, term of circuit court a most thorough opportunity will be given to al perxous connected with it to learn thu law on the subject. Dr. Joseph Ballon filled IiIb pulpit here hut Sunday very acceptably until the wind up of the evening dUcourr-when he give tho brethren a gentle about the condition of the house. We are pleaded to know that tho brethren are expected to do pomething in this lineim the Indies have heretofore intended In repairs. Tho Mt. Vernon Institute will" reopen tho first week in September. Prof. and Mrs. Scroggs have moved here from Danville and we believe that with proper support and encouragement from our people they will conduct an excellent school NothiiiK so elevates a people as education. Prejudice and immorality shrink away from its bold encroachment, the uncouth become refioed and the illiterate learned when educational advantages are grasped; therefore give the children every opportunity to get out of the old ruts. Mis A'zj Logan Brown is visiting Mrs. Collier, near Brodhead. Mrs. F, H. Ueppert aud daughters, of Cincinnati, visited relatives in this county last week. Mr. R. G. Williams is going to take the stump in favor of democracy and free silver, and we say unhesitatingly that he will do noble work for the cause. Mr. II. II. Baker Ib building a handsome residence at Langford Station. rej-rimand There ore several cases of fever in our vicinity, but none that are considered dangerous. Circuit court is in session, Judge Morrow presiding. Docket is not loig as usual and the term will probably not Inst longer than 15 days. Mrs. George W. Barron and children, of Newport, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. A.J. Curd, returned home Wednesday. Rev. J. N. Prestridge has returned from his summer vacation and preached at the Baptist church Sunday. Mr, 0. Gatliff was in Louisville last week receiving medical attention. Judge R.T. Hemphill was called to Frankfort Friday to see his son, George, who has the fever. Hon, J. T. Freeman was at home from Frankfort to vote He expects to move his family to Frankfort soon. The Bound money democratic cime near being a failure here Saturday. There were only three present aud one of them a resident of the' city of Louisville and another gentleman who has beon claiming to be a prohibitionist. The vote for the third ticket will be verv light in this county and most probably will not exceed a dozen. o Tha primary passed oil tolerably quietly Saturday but as become accustomed to u law they lose their fear of it, and we saw several drunken men on the streets election day for the first time since we have had our new Bystem. We hope our grand jury will not overlook the matter. Judge Morrow gave them a very riuid instruc tion on the matter. Lust Monday evening about dark Herbert Avery, colored, shot and killed Jack Tbornberg, white. Avery and another negro had been drinking and were shooting promiscuously near where Thornborg and his wi(e were, lhen Tbornberg asked him to atop. A few words passed and Tbornberg started towards the negro, who ran and shooting over his shoulder, struck Tbornberg in the neck, killing him almost instantly. The deceased was a very popular man among the miners. The killing occurred on the Kentucky aide at Jellico. con-VHuti- WILLIAM President. in Anderson county, was held under Student! us. Teacher! 7. Alt tpeclaliits Thorough counts in Latin. Greek, French, Ene'Uh. 1700 bond. Situated In the famous JHue Mmherrntlci, Natural and Morl Sciences. Muiic, Art and Elocution Kugbert Avery, a Negro, shot and Crajt section ot Kentucky ; dUtmuuiihcd for health! ulnets of climate, beauty of scenery, refinement of society. Fall Session opens Soptombor 7. Before deciding where you will send your daughters killed Jack Thornburg at Jellico, in the next year, be sure to write for Our NOW Catalogue. Address, a tf MRS. NANNIE S 8ADFLBY, Lady Principal, Stanford. Ky. presence of bii wife, without known cause. Ralph Arno'd, who tbb held for disturbing religious worship at Antioch. in Garrard county, was tried before Judge Sauiley and acquitted. John Stagu, cf Harrodsburg, who was bit with a base ball bat by a Danville Negro, is in a critical condition and his assailants are held to await the result of his wound. Shelby Enoch, brother of MieseBOra and Bertie Enoch, who have taught sev eral terms in this county, was drowned in Lake Michigan a few days ago. His body was brought to Somerset and buried. The Bradley Guards is the name of a ' C'jr. B "o company of Stato guards, 54 strong, just Tina-lemustered in at Barbourvllle. C. A. was elected captain, Dr. I. T. Catron X! 1st lieutenant, and 0. H. Gibson, 2d John R. Jett, who shot William THE STAITFOBJD FEMALE COLLEGE. Mer-re- ll SHELTON, H J. M'ROBERTS. New, Stylish and Cheap HITS Alpines, Soft, Fur, Cloth & Stiff H. J. M'ROBERTS. DRUGS AND y ffl!-in BOOKS. 3 0 j lieutenant. Miss Klttie Hanna, a leader in church work at Harrodsburg, is on trial for cruelly whipping Ambrose Quisenberry, the lad whom she had taken from tbo Orphans' Home at Lexington. Mra. 8tepbena, matron of the home, ia pushing the case. She has a photograph of the boy just after receiving the punish ment. A. H. Brown, cashier of the First National Bank of Nicholasville, died from a very peculiar cause. Ten days ago while sprinkling liquid fertilizer on some flowers be spilled some of the fluid on a boil on his band. Tho poisonous liquid was aoon absorbed by hia entiro system and in a few days he became a very sick man, death eoon resulting. MA TRIMONIAL MATTERS. -- Frank Holliday, ol Topeka, KansaB, left his wife because she attended a Baptist church against her will. He waB a Presbyterian. -- R. H. Humphrey, of Georgetown, and Miss Macgie Bonor, of Garrard county, e'oped to Danville and were married at the reiidenco of Rev. J. S. Gashwiler. Prof. C. H. A. Wager, of the chair ol Eoglish language and literature in Centre College, and Misa Annie Applegate, daughter of John G. Applegate, of Red BankN. J., were married Tuesday at their home. Katie Etzel, of Louisville, aged 20 years, committed suicide by leaping ofl a 6teamer Into the river. She had gone to u picnic with her lover, Horace H. Gray, when theie was some misunderstanding between them. Mr. Gilbert O. Merlin, of this city, and Mies Daisy Mason, of the county, are to be married at the homo of the bride's uncle, Mr. Silas P. Mason, in Lewisbure, W. Va., tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock. Misa Mav)n, who is the daughter of Mr. H. P. Mason, tbe wealthy contractor, of the Mason-Foar- d Company, haB been visiting in Virginia for several months past. Mr. Martin, who is of the firm of Martin Bros., has been her devoted admirer for yeare. Courier Journal, 10th. Miss Mason was a schoolmate of Miss Maggie Buchanan, whom she visited at Crab Oicbard, where she made many friends. She ia n very beautiful and lovable young lady and thfl groom haa won a jewel. School Books, Sundries, Toilet Articles and everything our line at Prices as Low as Any Advertised by Cash Houses. PRESCRIPTIONS Accurately compounded by an Experienced Pharmacist from new drugs and pure chemicals. V r I I ." Coleon-Whit- ,S! peo-pi- e W. B. MoHOBEETS. Kh . ,j' ; i suggestive Tail on Harfl Times. There is no denying the fact that "Hard Times" is with us, and a few suggestions how to deal with "him" seems very appropriate just now. It matters very little whether you believe in the free coinage of silver or in the single gold standard theory. There is a good time coming for all industrious people in this country in any event. But it will not come this year; it cannot come; hence all honest people should be as saving as possible, and above all keep out of debt. In 0f Frjre, Huston villc, will, from view of this day, sell goods for cash or country produce and will make no accounts for more than 30 days. All accounts will be due on the' first day of each month, and you need not hunt any further than his store for the lowest possible prices on Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods, &c. I am now closing out a big line of Fancy Shirts. If you these-conditions, James want Carpet or Matting don't buy till you get my prices. Statement of your account will be mailed to you on the first day of each month. MORE XEWS NOTES. Miss Mary Abigail Dodge (Gail Hamilton), the novelist, is dead. The wine product of the world Is estimated at 3.071,063,000 gallons annually. A thresher engine exploded at Dr. AUen'tiiu Clark county and killed four boys, A Savannah, Ga , brute whipped his baby because the little thing cried at night. Three were killed and 15 badly In jured by an explosion of dynamite at New Holland, Pa. Henry Wild, a Louisville man, shot his wife dead in a drunken frenzy and then killed himself. In a renewal of the Whltt Hereford fued In Elliott county, four men were killed aud 15 wounded More trouble is expected. Joseph Wober, cf Cincinnati, attempted suicide because ho feared some one wonM steal a patent be had been working for some time. Misa Cynthia Clarenger, who wos out milking, was killed by lightning in Lawrence county, Her body showed scarce ly any marks of the fluid. At Louisville, Eugene Carsey, aged while riding a blcyclo ran into a sulky, the shaft of which penetrated bis bowelp, killing him instantly. John Alexander, of Selma, O., sold bio wife's clothing for money with which to buy whisky and a mob took him out and gave him a good whipping. A gang of moocBhiners in Sevier county, Ark , firad upon the house of Reed Jones, who had given evidence agalii9t them, killing Jones and his two sons. There Is a report that counterfeiters aro using Mexican dollars in large numbers aa a batia for counterfeiting, and have shipped 2,500,000 of tho counterfeit colna into the United Statea. Randal Purvip, charged with killing a man named Oaka at Pitmansville, in Taylor county, 29 years ago, has been arrested nt Henderson. The killing occurred nt an oloctiou and Purvis cut Oaks' throat from ear to car. He nude hia escape and has never sinco been heard from. s of Fully 500 peoplo, whom wore ladies, attended the exercises nt Bryan Station Spring near Lexington Tuesday, when the memorial wall W8B dedicated to tho women who loft the fort 114 yeBrs ago and carried water from the spring while hostile Indians were lying in ambuBh nearby. Maj. Henry T. Stanton read an originallpoem and there wero other interesting exercises. Misa of the Marv Bryan, founder ol the fort,', then unveiled the y tablet, while the band played "Old Homo." x two-day-o- ld Doors, Sash and Blinds, Metal Roofing, tgggBv A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. - Mies Grade Cox entertained a number of young friends in a most charming maimer Tueeday evening. Mite Sallie Uook was the guest of Miss Florelle Brown. Mr. Grant Baker and wife have named the new arrival at their borne CRAIG & HOOKER, .DEALERS IN. "Drugs, SVueTTvlcals, OVls, P OlTbuS, 1 Wiillam Fred. CIIURQII CHIMES. Rev. It. A. Wulton held a Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. D USS VJLLE, CASE Y CO UXT Y. Quite an epidemic ol measles is pre- vailing here at present. Crops aro the best lor years. Old corn Is selling at $1 to 51.23 pur bar rel. Saturday's primary in this county seemed to bo all one way and tuat vsaa White's way. The Lord in his divine wlHdom has given us a few days to cool aud we ere very thankful to Him for the same. The wind and raiu Saturday night did considerable damage. K. L. Williams' mill dam washed out and Tyler llenson had a lot ol hay burned by lightning. We were very much pleased with Bryan's speech in New York. Wo think the frost spoken ol in the Courier-Journwas felt only by the gold bugB, ns sinco that speech that metal seems to have taken on a frost bitten appearance, There'aru noboltocrats in this section. al nnetingnt i Mr. and Mrs. Harry CuAuOncuAitD. Stewart left Friday for their homo in LouUvillo nftor a month's visit nt the pletsint homo of Mro. Harris. Both were greatly benefited by our healing waters and the excellent fare of Mrs. Harris. Mitsea Anglo nnd Flora Ballon, Little Ferry, tho fi daughtwo talented young ladies of Stanford, are ter of Mrp. Annie Nowland, died at her also at this pleasant home this week. homo near May wood, Tuesday of croup annual convention of the and was buried in Buffalo Cemetery The sixth Keeley Leugne of tho TJnitod Statea,ia in Wednesday. Sterling exchange rates have fallen session at Indianapolis. men were caught in the to a point that makea gold importation Twenty-fiv- e collapse of a building at Eau Olaire, possible. Arrangements have beou.made Wis, Thrje were killed and 14 injured. for importing $2,000,000 of gold, and othMIsb Helen Uartnett Mitchell, an er shipments aro expected to follow. At Newport, Tuesday, Jockey Brll-to- u actresB and teacher ol DalEarte, will tat e rode tho winners in all the five racer e uuap for Bryan the tho Presbyterian church, Lawrenceburg, that resulted in over L'O additioni. A storm wiocked a church at Bercip, Ark., killlnu Rev. W. W. Cochran and fatally Injured Rev. J. W. Van Trease nnd Rev. J. J. Oolson. Rev. Y. S. Grinstead will begin a weeks' moeting at McKinney Sunday afternoon ot 3 o'clock. He will be assisted by Rev. Andrew Johrson. Rev. Lem Penrod, the preacher, who has attempted to kill several people, tried to commit suicide in jail at Vance- burg and it ia a pity be didn't succeed. The handsomo new pipe organ bought by the Methodist church baa arrived in Danville and workmen commenced putting it together this morning. Advocate. ThoBinRers of the town are request ed by Rev. J.T.Sharrard to meet at the Christian church at 7:30 r. M. Saturday for the purpose of practicing for the union services. Rev. L. M. Lnsley writes PostniBBter J. W. Rout that he is holding a great meeting at Greenville, Texas, and that he baa many calla to hold meetings in Texas, Arkansas nnd Louisiana. the Saying, you had better let Boss Davison alone or wfa'll hurt you. He is Look here, you fellows of Harroda-bur- g it Pays to Deal with a Cash House. our meat and our mutton aud we shall Give us a call and be convinced. have no more such talk as thla even if he did say at Nicholasville that ho wanted 10 ouncea of silver in a dollar: d For immaculate ignorance and stupidity this comes nearer lifting the calico from the shrubbery than anything we have yet seen. Moat of us, till this Daniel spoke, didn't know that our silver dollar weighed a. pound and a g third, nor did we apprehend that could drive all tho mony out of THE CHAS. WHEELER EMPORIUM invites you to be present the country and just as much of It be left behind ub "there ever was." And on "the Special Sale Days, on TUESDAY- AND SATURDAY this is the man who wants to go to Con- of each week, beginning JUNE 23, and continuing until further notice. Come early and avoid the rush. gress and make laws for you! Bab! Bubli-mate- GASH CLEARANCE SALE! aome-thin- - three-fourth- Ken-tuck- Prof. F. Nicholas Crouch, author of ' Katnleen Mavournoen," died suddenly line of Millinery Reduced One Half. at Portland, Me. A Clean and Well-SelecAlcove, of Eckerty, Ind Mrs. James A Large Stock of Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and Chilinduced her husband to use a "cure-all- " dren's Wear, and in our prices we have no competition. liniment on bis eyes. He is now totally Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes of Swell Styles and on lasts blind. from A to EE. Tom Smitb, a Warren county Negro, We lead with the SMITH & STOUGHTON and ROCKLAND is wanted for beatiug hia wife into in- lines for men and boys. sensibility because aho wouldn't get up and cook his breakfast when she wbb sick. excursion over the A Ohio railroad is an- Which will be ladened with the Rarest Bargains from day to day, and Chesapeake and nounced for Auanst20 The round-tri- p if your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. rate from Loxington to Old Point ComMATTING AND OIL CLOTH. fort la f 12. Tickets good for returning until September 5. n Coffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice Mrs. Jessie Gay, wife of tho Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. Versailles horse trainer, James P. and Canned Goods. We are yours for first-cla- ss goods at iow prices. Gay, coramlttod suicide at the home of lf her father in Lexington, by shooting through the breast. 8he bad recentThe Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Huatonville, Ky. June 1896. ly lost four children by death. ted sea-shore GOODS CHEAPER THAN FREE SILVER kook OutforOur Getre Tablet CARPETS, well-know- her-pe- CHARLES WHEELER ' '. . JY, i. " 1 8 - '? r , ' ja up. ,J o.rt 1 , , v ' r . &MI-WEEKI- Y dollar is exactly 51 cents. The Mexican N. W. Hughes, G.W. Curtis, R.W. Hunn, 8TANFCRO. Ky., - August 21, 1896 dollar, which waa quoted only a few days W. R. Sweanngcn, George R. Tuhbs, J. ago at 55 cents, waa quoted Tuesday In M. Acton, Jacob Elder, E. B. Ritchie, Elbert Young, A. M. Warren, O. K McOluro, New York at 51 J. W. P. WALTON. The Cincinnati Enquirer saye: Tho L. O. Gooch, Wm. llastln, P. W. Slants, spectacle presented to the country, by J.M.Acton, U.S. Young, J.T.Roberts, the acts of ownership of Mark Hanua T. II Singioton, O. M Young, P. W. Carover Major McKinley, has never had a ter, Jr , O. W. Curtis, J. W. Thompson. NOTES. parallel. He never was a very aggresProf. Milton Elliott, of Mayfield and sive man, but he did have something to Lexington is never without its sensay indeed, a good deal to say in times Prof. N. F. Niles, of Junction City, aro sation and the one it has now ia hot oast. Take for example his vote for the attending the institute. Tho men teachers Hre up in arms. They stuff. Some time ago, Gov. Bradley reBland free silver bill, and for the resolu discovor that "she" has been HUostllu ceived a letter inn woman's handwrit tion declaring the bonds all payable in ing signed "U. M. Johnson," and mailed standard silver dollars, and his cham- tod for "he" in the syllabus. Owing to Illness the accomplished secot Lnxlnoton. in which the writer ee pioning of tie McKinley tariff bill; hia vereiy criticised the anointments of break to be nominated for president at retary, Miss Georgia Lewie, has been deMrs. Judge Cantrell and Mrs. fS. A, Minneipolis in 1S92 against Harrison, and tained from her desk. Sh bra been Charles to be commissioners to tho Ten- his skillful straddle on the silver ques- greatly missed, but her assistant, Prof. naaaaa f!nnt nnnial. Mrs. Cantrell was The Board of Visitors of the Kentucky tion in late years. These all savored of E. R. Ritchie, in doing liln best to make spoken of in very uncomplimentary Institution for the Blind at Louisville free will, bat he has none now. Htnna up for lur loss. It la very gratifying to the teachers 0 terms and Mrs. Charles whs character- has issued notico to the relatives and has it in charge. observe the increased interest in them as inferior to a cbarobfrmHid in friends of blind children calling attenized manifested by the general public The standing or intelligence. Mrs. Cantrell tion to tho advantages of theechool and THE TEACHERS court room is nearly always full of specwanted to whip Mrs. J Fletcher John- urging them to send such children as Still Enjoying a Pletuant and Profitable tators, who soom to enjoy the discussions son over it, believing her the author, Boon after six years of age as possible, as Imlilte. to Btand a $10,- - every day's delay after that age renders aud aniiciH to lend aid and comfort to and will probably have TUESDAY MOKNINO. nnn unit, hnt Mr. Charles tried another the tasks of education more difficult. the toilers in the school room. Many of The institute was opened with singing, the teachers show great earnestness in He had the letter photographed The little fellows are taught nearly every cue. Miss Kate Bogle at the organ. After tho work and appear to bH fully alivb to and employed an expert to examine it trade and fitted to earn thtirown living. scripture-readinand prayer by Rev. A. tho importance of doing it well, by acDun-la- p A letter addret Sid to any one of the folin connection with Mrs. Eugenia V. Sszjmoro, the instructor introduced cepting tho most approved methods subPotta' writing, and he pronounced it lowing named persons, who constitute On hearing it, Mrs. the members of the Board of Visitors, the subject of arithmetic and made a very mitted to them. decidedly similar. interesting talk, illustrating tbo work On all sides we hear highly favorab'o Potta denied that she had anything to will receive prompt attention: Andrew with some fine apparatus. The subject comment on the efficiency and capability do with the letter, and those who know Cowan, prea't , Hon. A. E. Wilton, Ohas. waa further elucidated by Messrs. ot Conductor Cherry. Tho teachers aro hor are satisfied she would do nothing so T. Ballard, Logan C. Murray, Jom?s A. Grubbs, Roberts and others. Af- greatly pleased with his methods and George Leech, Rev. A. Moses, D. D., M. base. The mattor has made Mr. ter recess of 15 minntes the institute en feel grateful to Miss Blain for engaging Wm. Cheatham, M. D., L. 0. Denny put on his war paint and tell the joyed a caliathenlc drill with Mies Essie him. By the way, Miss Blain is also what he is going to M. D. newspaper scribes Butch as teacher Mensuration was then the recipient of many compliments on do to Charles, declaring that not a drop Hon. John S. Rhea was nominated for taken up and handled in a masterly way tho way she has managed tho school of cowardly blood courses In hia veins Congress in the convention at Bowling by Instructor Cherry. The subject ol work. She has been patient, painstakand that he intends to see his means he Green Wednesday, after Congressman attendance was then brought before the ing and methoJical and ileserves overy through, no matter what gool hints presented good thing that may bsaid of her. has to resort to. Ab Mr. Denny has kill- Goodnight had placed hia name before institute and soma and as it is known that ho is the convention in glowing terms. There by Profs. Cherry, II. S. Young and ed his man Near Tinier, OUy county, last Sunwill be a big effort both within and withMies, of Junction City graded school brave to the bone, we are holding our out the democratic party to beat him, In tho afternoon, altera song, roll wb day Michael Burns stubbed and killed breath in dread of a terrible tragedy in but those who know say that he will called, and moat of the tevt'hers respond James Hard at a church. Burns mado s capital the pull through over the combination of ed. At this point languago was discuss- hia escape. One of tho largest crowds that ever ed by Miues Phillips and Ellerson, folTun Hon. Pryor J. Foree, who never opposition. by Messrs. Roberts, Hunn, and gathered at Somerset listened to Gen. and not at all since his lowed was in it much, The boltocrats at Louisville hadn't county went against him on the currentho instructor. Attention and Recitation Hardin awaken tingi so that predone anything up to tho hour wo went cy question, has at last read the hand- to press and judging from the list pub- was the next subject on program and dictions are mado that Bryn and Sewwriting on the wall and retired from the was discussed by Mr. Swearingoa Hnd all will carry the county. of thoso lished in the Courier-JournProf. L. V. Dodge was married to institute. Reading was introduced and race for Congress. Though willing to who had arrived there were not a great Mrs. T. M. Goodknight offered some Ml 88 Mary LiniBon at Waterville, III , Chicago ticket and platform, accept the many to do what little there was to bo naWednesday. Prof. Dodge, he says the gold democrats claim that he done. Lt. Gov. Hindman, who may live good snggections regarding tho art o' tive oi Springfield, Ohio, is who is a of a member has sacrificed his convictions on the to regret it, was to be temporary chair- teaching it and was followed by Miss the faculty ol Uerea College. Amanda Bishop and the institute. This altar of Congressional ambition and the man of the concern. A dispatch from Middlcohorn aye: subject being exhaus'cl, "Kthlcj of the Hiram Price, who killed his wife and silver men Bay he is just after votes. In Juue 4th, with an ax and of the Profession" taken up and many mother-in-lathis case both Bides may be right. At It now Beems that the crested escaped to the mountains, has been cap Foree doea well to accept any rate, Mr. kor from Clay has downed the man amusing speecbui were made by the tured and lodged in fcneedville j til. Men the inevitable. The silver men are in from Yellow Creek and received the Con- teachers. are gathering from everv direction. Trice the saddle now and we hope will lead us gressional nomination in the 11th disWednesday morning's exercises began will probably h hanged before morning to that peaceful and prosperous haven trict. The official returns from all but with music by the choir, Miss Miss May they have promised. The ret rement of Wayne county give White a majority of belle Fa j no organist, and Bible reading ROMANCE OF THE WEST. The Mr. Foree leaves Mr. Thompson in full 414, which Wayne can not offset. It will and pray. by Dr. Wm. Shelton. possession of tho situation and he will be a severe blow to the machine if White subject of program and course of study Boldlor aitutorivl Out With 8100 Man Ituntiluc Var Congrr. bn declared the nominee without tho is nominated. was introduced by Prof. Cherry, who When Jack Harris was mustered on formality and expense of a primary elec recommended that every teacher get a of tho nnny at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., tlnn. hpnldea savinir the arousing of bad copy of the daily program of studies and in 1805, ho had $1G9 pay coming to POLITICAL POINTS. fpnllncB. iiBnallv engendered by such The Georgia republicans will not put tack it up conspicious'y in the school him. An auction salo of mules was in elections. room, so that the pupils may learn the progress, and ho invested tho greater out a State ticket. name and time of each recitation. Fur- part of his money in fivo animals and Coal, Coke & Lum The Boyle county Bryan and Sewall Tab Log Mountain ther discussion was participated in by afterward picked up n wagon and some ber Co., with office at Pmeville, baa no Club now numbers SCO. T. M. Goodknight, who together harness. O. D. Bell was nominated for Con- Prof. titled ita employees that owing to the fi Then ho drovo to Franklin county, of the State nancial depression and uncertainty it is gress by the populists of the Second dis- with Capt. Gaines is author wlioro ho traded part of his plunder for program, Messrs. McOlure, Swearingen 80 acres of land. Ho kept two mule fnrrnd to cnt all wacea 15 per cent. It trict. and Hughes and Miaaes Bogle, Thomp- and tho wagon and becamo n freighter. if a sound money Mr. Hnnna rppeutB the statement thinks, howHver, that HickB. Instructor Cherry enOno evening after ho had unloaded at man, either democrat or republican, is that Mr. McKinley will not take the son aud tertained the teachers afttr recees with Ottawa n lot of Bruit which ho had elected in November, there will be a re stump. on drawing and hauled from Kansas City it was sug White carried Pu'aski by 300, the some illustrations etc , vival in business next Bpring and an inmoney is vote standing 1,019 for him to 749 for the subject waa diecu eeed by Messrs. gested to him that ho might get a job crease In wfges, but if honest Cherry, Grubba, Niles and Goodknight, of hauling from n young man who had defeated and the popnliat gf t control of Colson. was preparing to put Paycology wsstalen up bought a lot and Ho htruck tho Hon. Benton McMillin, of Tennes- In the afternoon up a storo building. the government along period of terrible by the in straugor for tho work and Bccured it, business stagnation, poverty and distres8 see, has been selected to prepare the cam- and entertainingly elucidated structor and Miss Thompson aud others hauling goods and lumber for him from n paign book for the democrats. will ensue. This kind of an object and the Senses by Profs. Cherry, Stanp, Lawrence. ia likely to have the opposite effect to Gov. Chase, of Indiaua, the preach Grubbs and Tho stranger was a liberal hort of others. Order was the next are no the one intended. The miners did not leave much of the subject discusspd, Profs. Elliott, Nilep, man, and tho fnturo candidate for conreadily aee that the object world's goods. His widow only got fools and will gress was greatly pleased with him. $012 Grubbs and Mrs. Goodfcnuht participat is to make them vote a certain way, after bia debts were paid. Ono day ho drovo to his father's farm ing. whether they want to or not, and will reand greeted his sister witli : Mr. Bryan gave a formal denial that Altera eong, with Mies Bogle at the sent the effort to rpake them barter away he waa over employed by silver mine "Sister, I'vo found a follow for yon I", organ, yesterday a morning session was "Oh, go off, Jackl" tho young girl their birthrights. owners of the Bimetallic League to ad- opened with Scripture reading aud o said. "I waiit no fellow. " Bradley iaa sanguine aoul. He vocate free coinage of silver. prayer by Rev. W. S. Grinstead. HistoGov. Abont a year afterward ho took his A Bryan and Sewall clnb was organ ry was the first subject for discussion, friend out to tho farm to visit over Sunsays that Kentucky will go for McKinley by 25,000, and that the talk about republi- ized at Mt. Sterling with 1,500 members which was enlivened by Messrs. Cherry day. Suro enough, young Harris had cans being for free silver is all bosh. In and the dispatch says that Montgomery and Goodknight and Misses Carter, guessed it right, and tho young storekeeper and 'sister ' after awhile mado the great State of Pulaski, he knows but county will give the ticket 800 majority. Moore, Underwood, Hicks, Philips and u match of it. Gerrard county republicans will Boglo. Under Trustees' Hour, Mr. Goodone, and that must be Allie Lewis. The Years rolled by, and tho two brothers-in-lagovernor ought to come out this way if nominate a candidate for tho legislature win discussed the powers and dntlea of still fast friends, becamo presihe wants to see free silver republicans. next Monday to fill the vacancy caused county superintendent?; Mr. Young dents of rival banks in Ottawa, and the We do not know that they will vote for by the resignation of Hon. W. E. Walk- those of examiners, Mr. Roberts those of other day, at Lawrence, Harris had tho district trustees and Mr. Singleton the active support und counsel of his brother-inBryan and Sewall, because most republi- er. in his Htrngglo for tho conMr. Bryan haa decided to make a qualifications of teachers. The H lie's sheep follow the bell cans vote like His namo is wo can name a number who number of speeches in Now York. He compulsory bill was discussed by Messrs. gressional nomination. wether, but Horace J. Smith. Kansas City Star. are for the white metal and some say will go first to Albany, and thence to Ritchie, Goodknight, Grubbs and othera, Buffalo, speaking at all the larger towns all favoring the bill and arguing for an they will vote for its advocates. along the way. Dorset Points. Prof. extension of ita requirements. The Frankfort Capital which haa been The Seventh district democratic Cherry discussed the graded school act Both the rams and owes possess horns, squinting that way for some time, has committee decided to call precinct and gave a very excellent talk on habit. adding dignity and graco to their appeargone clear into to the republican to select delegates to a Con Civil Government was discussed after ance Tho rams havo large, handsome, Adjutant General Walter 8. gressional convention to bo held at convening yesterday afternoon by Prof?. symmetrically curved horns, which with their bright oyos and open countenances Forrester, late managing editor of the Frankfort September 30. Cherry, Goodknight, Grubbs and others make as "fine a head as can bo found chief Louisville Commercial, is editor-iA Laurel county man writes us that and Mrs. Goodknight was discussing in tho world." Whilo somo breeders and Gov. Bradley's private secretary, F. be doesn't know of but two democrats physical culture when this report cloeed. seem to pay littlo or no attention to tho II. Roberts, ia associate. 8. O. 8ayres, who will not onpport Bryan, while he session will end one of the most horn wo consider it of grent importanco who waa with the old concern, la retain- knowa three prominent republicans who profitable institutes ever held here. nnd havo always selected and bred for a ed aa business manager. The paper will will and there are othera. Following ia the complete list of teach symmetrical horn of proper size and be the administration's organ and red hot The Cincinnati Enquirer makea the era present, including those who have shapo and now own a strain with exceptionally flno honiB. A well bred Dorsot in republicanism. charge that the railroads sent out many arrived since last issue: Bhould havo a white nnd full face, pink passes to delegates in order to keep the Mcsdamca Josephine Fagan, Eliza Baliiosp nnd lips, whito and rather short The speech of Bourke Cochran in an sound monoy convention from being a e lard, Maggie Fulton, Ada Creger, M. B. legs, a long body, a short, woll set Mr. Bryan's epeech of accept-ancswer to failure in numbers. Patton. ueck, brisket woll forward, full shoulia being worked for all it is worth The republican Congressional camMisses Alta Hicks, Annie McKinney, ders, a. straight and broad back, ribs republican paby the boltorcratic and paign committeo has ordered printed Ella Wright, Amanda Bishop, Mary Kay, woll sprang and a deep, heavy thigh. pers. Mr. Cochran, ia a good speaker 1,000,000 copies of Bryan'a tariff There should bo ft tuft of wool on tho s, speech Georgia Lewis, Nora Kelley, Lizzie but he ia usually a poor man to follow, made in the House of Representatives in Gooch, Bettio Carter, Annie forehead and tho lower part of tho body Anna and the people who know him do not June, 1894, on behalf of the Wilson woll wooled. Exchange. bill, Dunn, Nora Hubble, Lula Hicks, Lula him. Four years ago he fought for circulation in Michigan, follow Minneota, Adams, Mary Carter, Lillio Peyton, Lou Mr. Cleveland with bia mouth and the Iowa and Nebraska. Moore, Essio Burch,Vesaio Andorson, May nominated and ! result was that he waa Brown and Judge R. I belle Fayne, Ethel Wright, Lillian Philelected. A!l perioni detlrine Locuit PoU for plank Jacob?, aa attorneyB for the Common- ips, Jennie West, Mihnio Munday, Minnie fttice, poit and railing or ne fence, can SrsAKiNQ of free sliver, what haa be- wealth, have brought suit for $40,000 Eubanks, Nora Philips, Fannio Under- what ther want at my itore near Cedar Creek,find on and wood, Delia Gooch, Mary Thompson, Ra- Ihe pike leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford come of the dally newspaper that waa to agaiuBtL. C. Norman, Wood-so... ....v.u. n.i si lumuer have been Btarted at Louisville by Sure-- y his agent, Max Barker, of Louisville, chel Johnson, Maggie Sacra, Kate Bogle, poie; aUo boirdiuuui ihlngtet. lor ouiming pur- and Ml peraooi that boing the amount retained by them Effio Wright, Ida Clark, Pearl Philips, 0'8ulllvan, Richardson et al? any article or thli kind can call on roe at ray store near Cedar Creek. uu uuuuuuui H)UU1 IHCUKB, I Rachel Bradshaw, Kate Hays, Mary Wil Hot died a'borning. it hat Junei696. jttf G.W.BINOLETON. and tho Times TnE Courier-JournThere haa been another decline in son, Mattio Sacra, Ruth Ellerson, Laura SEE OUR iNTEBiORjOHKNE neglected no opportunity to strike Col. silver, this time to GO ce nta an ounce. At Condor. Messrs E. L. Grubbs, Logan Hughes, W. C. P. Breckinridge when he waa this price tho bullion value of the ail?er $3-5PANTS, al SIX PAGES- - down, the latter paper being especially severe on the man who bad yielded to terapta ion. But a change has come oyer the spirit of the dreamaof the two manufacturers of public 8entlment. Tho colonel decldod to drink through the same and now they pat him Btraw with th-on the back with ever so many "Bully, Billy boys" administered in ever so many sweet ways. In ita effort to disrupt the democratic party the papers named are willing to forgive bII the pa9t transgressions of every character, provided the transgressor will aid in tho work, bo come all ye disconsolate and once more enjoy the pleasnro of seeing your name printed npprovingly in those boltocrat publications m 0 TAILOR-MAD- E SHOES SHOES SHOES ! ! ! ANYTHING IN CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. Unheard-- of Bargains in Shoos -- AT- ! O En m THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Our firm has bought the entire wholesale stock of Shoes of Rosenberg, Flexner & Mendel, Louisville, Ky., and we will now sell you Shoes and Slippers for less money than regular wholesale prices. No matter how little money you want to invest in shoes we can supply your wants. This is the chance of your life to buy your Shoes for r-- H Less Than Wholesale Prices. hHi O SB P SHOES Bo:onberg, Flosnor & ! SHOES ! SHOES 1.50 1. 10 ! ilondcl's Wholesale Wee $2.75; CurFrleo if 1. 85 $2,00. 1.50. 1. 15. 1. 00. .85. 75. Mc-Clu- re, Mul-d)o- n, Mc-Murt- ry, O O EH .90 75 .50. sister-in-la- Xfl blue-grap- The above prices arc given to show the difference between our prices and the regular wholesale price. We can afford to cut those prices as we bought the entire stock at a large discount. All our Shoes now in stock wc have put at the same margin as those bought in this big purchase of Rosenberg, Flexner & Mendel. We witl continue to sell Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Carpets, Matting, Trunks, Valises, &c, at a great reduction. Save money an i buy gbods at the LOUISVILLE STORE. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Branch Stores: Paris, Carlisle, Mt. 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Our your trade and we will convince you. old patrons already know it. To-day- 's PENNY'S DRUG STORE. i&MMfiJMMS m &i i wffifflmmmmimB$mmmm . iT Km 5 fi $ Pet-tu- FOR CASH i K0 3 V M At There will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in prices In our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. Nice line of Men's Fine Shoes in Tans andBlacks. Call at once and get pick ol the stock. Ex-Go- v. nSTOTXOEJ m C YA W EH r, b, frKHWCfPPP'y.Plwk .,m de-ilr- in , on W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orohard. I mtm mmxmifamiffl&km zmzmzmm ril wi m iKfwtaw 3 I, I i ji iw - vr' t , 1lv fc AS -. fSSgSSTwiiijwl.wWiUwiT i v niftf r' '"" S Xl .T'.";,iJ l:5MSaHsBElg- - iV",r lr V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journm August 21, 1890 SHORT NEWS STORIES. A Circular BOWSER'S WATERLOO ROUTED IN HIS ATTACK ON SPELLING OF WOMAN. Stanford, Kr Fish -- Hor Ravonjre-Tausby Kiss Arthur Mora Amused Than Flattered. -ht exactly whoro tho forgery, tho prevari-satiound tho perjury como in. ' I wai prepared to pass a pleasant evcuing at THE my own flrosido. In ordor to holghten thft pleasantry I offered to holp you your orthography, but you ini-pro- u o W. P. WALTON. for Jutge ol the Court ol Ajpel. "Tho strangest fish story I over hoard was an experience I had myself, " said Judgo Scuddor of Ataluma as ho Bottled himself back in ids big armchair, lie Wa JUDGE W. S. PUVOR Or Nw Cutlc. Dry Shampoo, Apropos, tho "dry Bhnmpoo" la ft luxury which ono may imlulgo In by a system of reciprocity; that is, u Rlstor can f urnlh this dollght for another, with a promiso to do tho samo oflloo for her. This sort of weather is tho time for a Tory moist shampoo, and that onco a week. But for tho woman who does not pcrsplro freely about tho hood wid who is fond of being coasotod, lot her tnko down her luxuriant trouosv which aro so hard to dry aftur washing, and shuke them loosely over hor ahouldora. Tho head should now bo well manipulated with tho fingers, taking caro that tho finger nails do not scratch tho light ecarfskin, for this promotes dandruff. Tho pads at tho cud of tho fingers aro excellent for a sort of tnuhmtgo. Brush tho hair U&roughly nil over, in and out, in this parting and out that, with n stiff brush which will remoroall dust or foreign matter that may collect If a tonio is required, it may now bo rubbed in, tho hair gently omnbed out of a fow possiblo snarls and tho ends clipped or burned off. By this timo you will bo in a delicious droweo.-Exchange To Dprl Tho list als addressed to tho rice chancellor Agaiust tho proposal to admit women to membership of tiio Uuirendty of has boon printed und circulated among tho members of tho electoral rolL Tho memorial A is us follows: "Wo, tho nndersignod members of tbo eenato, onrnestly deprocnto tho of women to membership of tho university or to any of tho degrees conferred on members of tho university." Tho second memorial, B, states that tho signatories, members of thobcnute, are prepared to support a proposal for conferring somo title which doos not imply memlKirship of tho university on women who, liaviug satisfied tho of tho university, havn already pnwed or shull hereafter pass a tripos examination. SiRiiaturo Imro been received of 2,987 members of the houuto; to memorial A, 1,003; to memorial B, 1,8011; to memorials A and B, 1,124. London Times. Cam-bridg- o Woman of Earoad Jlonor. of signatures to tbo memori- whilo n reflect ivo look passed over his open countenance, "It was iu tho summer of 1882, I think, that an easterner and myself Bturtcd out on tho warpath for fish. Salmon creek afforded fluo fishing for salmon, trout, and salmon trout as well. "Wo had good sport fino luck, in fact for two days, and on tho third day I choso n very wild spot and seated myself on a largo rock overhanging tho creek. I fished with n lino and rod, using tho samo old fashioned sort of worm I did as a boy. Thero was no need to uso tho moro scientific fly whon fish wero so easily caught. "Tho easterner was down Rtrcara a littlo way, and everything was intensely solemn und quiet. When I felt a fierco pull on tho line, I roused up at once, and, pulling up, what should I seo como bobbing to tho surfaco but n human skull, Which, to all appearances, had swallowed tho bait through Its eyes Naturally my otherwise steady nerves wcro considerably shaken, and with a sort of howl I Btartod back suddenly, which motion swung tho growsomo thing rather sharply against nrock, whereat It cracked apart, and tho several pieces to my relief slid off into tho stream, leaving dangling on my lino a most peculiar looking fish, almost whito and forming an almost perfect ring. "I quickly Jerked tho hook out of its gills und let it drop into tho clear water, where it went through tho strangest motions, still keeping it circular shape. It was unablo to swim, but twisted around in tho water or moved with a wheel like motion. My friend, who had been attracted by my howl, arrived just in timo to eo somo of tho eccentric gyrations, and I really bolicvo if ho hadn't actually booh it ho would always havo said it was a California yarn. " Wo afterward camo to tho conclusion that tho fish, when small, had Btroyed into tho Bkull, and probably through somo motion of its own had turned tho ruin over, and so cloned its modo of egress, though it could easily Burvivo and grow on tho food which camo floating by, and t hero it continued to grow, only in a ring, till tho worm, falling through ono of tho eyo sockets, provided a modo of relief from its cramped quarters. "Wo quit fishing for that day, and it wus somo timo iwforo I could eat fish without a thought of this strangely imprisoned curia" Washington Star. I "Mrs. Bowser," began Mr. Bowser sho other evening as ho laid nsldo his paper, "will you tako this pencil and do a littlo writing for me?" "Of course, dear," sho replied. "What do you want mo to writo?" "I wish you to wrlto down about i dozen words as I give them to you. Tho first word is 'illegality.' Doing Valiant!? Until IIU Wlfo "I Bhow you where yours can bo imOut Ilia Old Letters and Then proved," sho finished. "Very well, madam very well. I He Called Them Italderduh and Raid havo business in tho library which may They Were All Forjerlen. keep mo up nil night. You can rctiro you" rrr'7$tJtifJ'pS(rrifjd' ytimnimZtiMe&ffifmMf - ?EAT BJJSIWtSii m0iffJjrJe I KAIN1NG SCHCOLvFryE SOUTH. THE Humdkds - QmWGtE'j0VMAirRBE. c" tyWfljZffrJr &M(MjUMJfyi THE " SfTft Moro or cmouwti holding tot wsitiokj. the leading business mem or COUNTRY. ueTIOMCQUHBe WAHTtp. "Then 'advisability' aud 'consanguinity.'" "What uso aro you going to make of them?" "I'm just trying a littlo experiment Now you may put down 'desideratum' and 'multitudinous.' " "What Is tho experiment?" asked Mrs. Bowser. " Why, I was just reading iu tho paper that not one woman out Of CO, no matter how well educated, was thoroughly up on orthography. An editor says that out of 280 communications sent iu by females on averago of ono word out of ovcry ton was misspelled. " "But men spoil every word correctly, I suppose?" sarcastically queried Mrs. Bowser. "They da It seems to como perfectly natural to them. It isn't a woman's fault perhaps. It may bo that nature meant it that way. Now you cau put down tho word 'destructihlllty. ' " "I'm not putting down any moro words," sho said as sho laid down tho pencil. "Oh Got mad, ch? That's tho way with a woman. If some ouo said sho couldn't play on n Jew's harp as well us a man, sbo'd get her noso up about "I cau spell as well as you can, Mr. Whoover Bowser, and even better. wroto about that littlo experiment told a falsehood." "There you gol That's egotism and mulishnoss combined. Didn't I explain that nature never intended a woman to poll half her words right? If sho dtun't, then what's tho use of getting mad about it? Of tho four words you wroto down you spelled half of ono of thoui correctly, nnd you ought to bo proud of it." "I spelled every ono of them correctly, " sho insisted. "Mrs. Bowser, don't Bet your jaw that way when you are addressing me I am stinking to you more in sorrow than iu anger. If you enn't spell, why, then" "Whon did you become Buch a groat I "Yes." Instruction is provided in Agriculture, Horticulture, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Classics, Csormal School Work and in three ScientiBc Courses of HOW TO MAKE BABY flEEp. Study, viz: Chemical, Biological and Mathematical. Remit or Kxperlment Made at Varloni County appointees receive tuition, matriculation, room rent fuel and lights free. Agricultural Station. County appointees who remain ten consecutive months or one year also receive trav"t7(ll Prnfnccnr tTn.irv. ...1 eling expenses. Board in Dormitory $2 25 per week; in private families 52 to $4. how much grain ration, equal parts oats For catalogues and other information, address and corn ground, it will tako to feed a JAMES K. PATTERSON. Fh. D., LL. D., President, Lexington, Ky. calf until ho is 15 months old. Our Mill ' ' " "" is to mnko 'baby beef. Tho calves are graded Shorthorns and get all tho 1 1 whenever you wish. Tho train whieli you will take to go to your mother's leaves at 9 a. m., and I will endeavor to see you for a moment before you ga If I don't seo you, then tho prerswill be sent on for you to sign for you to Bign, Mrs. Bowser. I wish you good night nud goodby. " M. Qcad. ' State College of Kentucky Opens September IO, 1896. r i pur-pas- o '" " MiM dam's milk." I think the best help availablo for our inquirer is tho experiments at' tho Ontario Agricultural college mado in 1801-by Professor Thomns Shaw aud given in tho reports of tho Ontario Agricultural collcgo for thoso years, and that at tho Michigan Agricultural by Professor Samuel Johnson given in bulletin 44, published January, 1889. In Professor Shaw's experiment air grade calves of tho following breeds Shorthorn, Galloway, wore used: Aberdeen-Angus- , Hereford, Devon and Holsteiu-FriesiaThoso wero given wholo milk until thoy wero 0 months old, a fair allowance, but not all they would cat Tho grain ration consisted (of poas, oats, wheat screenings and brau. Green rouuer, asweii as nay, was from oats, peas, clover aud millet, according to scasou. Roots wero also used. In tho experiment at tho Michigan Agricultural college thero wero teu calves in all, ono Devon, ono Hereford, nnd two of tho following breeds: Galloand Shorthorn. way, Holstcin-FrieslaAn account was kept of all tho food consumed iu each of theso experiments, as well as tho weights of tho several animals experimented with. Tho results of theso trials aro summarized iu tho following tablo: 2 col-leg- The Record of the Past Is the Best Guarantee for the Future. o EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE S0CIETY0FTHE UNITED STATES, ISO BROADWAY, 2STKW the: YORK. DURING the past Thirty six years the Equitable Society has accumulated, in the transaction of its business, Total Assets of over it" $201,000,000, Out of which it now holds, for the benefit of its Surplus Funds or Profits, amounting to over Policy-Holde- rs, Total n $40,000,000, Which exceeds the sum of the Surplus Funds which have been accumulated, and are now held by any other Life Assurance Company by over ONTAKIO COIXEOK SIX CALVES. Second Second First U months, clr months, jesr. Pounds. Pounds. Pounds. $13,000,000. DURING the past Ten Years the Equitable Society has made Total Surplus Earnings of over I Milk Hny Meal Green fodder root 3.810 133 7 613 1.053 2.0CW SSH 2.011 2.7C3 7,053 1.2S3 or M Oraen and Wlitt Lnnrlttou. There was a wifo woman who guvo o lunchoou tho other day a gnen nud wbito luncheon. Sho did not boost of green and whito embroidered linen, so sho used real aparugus fern instead. Asparagus fern is moro delicate than maidenhair and as hard' for luncheon purposoa as tho ordinary rook fern. Tbo wiso woman tacked it clocu to tbo odgo of her white linen center cloth. On each of hor whito doilies sho fastened a pioco by invisiblo stitches, and tho effoot through clear glass flngor bowls was charming. Just iusido tho lino where tho plates were to lio alio laid a bordor of vino along tho tablecloth. Then she filled a big glass punch bowl with asparagus fern and starry whito narcissus blossoms and was votwl an artist by her guests. Chicago Tribune pos-sessi- Irtty GOLD ORB. IN CONNECTICUT. tVedff of Mount Curiuel Street. Whllo improvements were in progress on a public Mreet of Mount Cormel, u littlo hamlet just north of New Haven, Conn., a ledgo of ore was struck. Samples of the oro wcro sent to Now York and wcro found to contain gold iu n proportion largo enough to guarantee n fair return on tho investment in crush-luand milling machinery. With tho prospect of a paying tniuo before them several business men of , Mount Curmol havo combined to form u company to oporuto tho mluo und tuko advantage of tho find. Tho luck of knowledgo of tho extent of tho oro voin is ull that keeps back n genuine mining cruzo there. A mining oxport from tho Black mils has been brought to Mount Curmol to prospect and determine thocxtcnt and direction of tho vein. New York World. g , raying Quality Found Iu m I Her Revenge. From ono of onr fashionablo suburbs comes a tulo of revougo that would muko a Sioux Indian turn green with envy. A young man just homo from an eastern college invited a young lady of tho village to u Sunday morning rido on his tandem bicycle, Sho was delighted and would, of course, go, and bIjo could Bcarcrly wait to carry tho news to her particular girl friend, who, it happened, had heretofore occupied tho froat scat on that samo tandem. Then tho plot was laid. "How nice," said her chum. "Havo you a bicycle Bult? No? Why not wear mluo? Don't you think this will look lovely?" Now, tho garment exhibited happened to bo a bathing suit of pronounced colors and uniquo design, but uy tbo first young lady had never boon iu Bight of salt watT nud being of a guileless nature anyhow tho bunko gamo work ed to perfection. Tho young man's breath suddenly left him that Sunday morning when his companion camo out ready to mount, but that was nothing compared to tho panlo they created along tho route. Pious matrons on their way to church throw up both hands nnd prayed fervently, aud tho male population on tho streets stopped spellbound aud watched them out of sight Tho young muu had littlo to say, but it is claimed ho broko Zimmerman's record getting to tho unfrequonted streets. Verily rovengo Is sweet Cincinnati Enquirer. Tav?ht by MUs Arthur. Senator Tillman was at ono timo taught by Mas Aimio Arthur, n sister of Presiden Arthur, who was governess in tho Tillmnu family when tho senator was a boy. During President Arthur's administration this lady revisited tho Bcones of her early days iu South Carolina and spent several weeks with tho family of then "Farmor" Tillman, at tho old estate. This estate lies about 13 miles distance from Augusta, Ga. Hero Senator Tillman was born CO years ago and has lived over since, excepting two years spent In Florida. His futher was a slavo aud land owner, nnd tho family lived iu tho lap of luxury before tho war. After tho war, however, tho family, liko tho majority of others in tho south, becamo "land poor." Tho of tho senator camo from near Strasburg, Germany, and bo was Germau. Tho uamo was then spoil-i"Tilghmnn." Thero is furniture still in tho family that camo from Strasburg. Tho senator's was Irish. Ho has also Huguenot blood in his voins. Springfield Republican. er clogo. speller?" V5 Which have been larger than those of any other company, and has, 1.22 1.W "Orthography camo natural to me. Average dally gain 2.T3 accumulated during the after paying Dividends to Policy-Holde- rs, Mli.'IlIUAN' COLLEGE TEJJ CALVES. Krs. Bowser perfectly natural. I was amounting to over year. same period, a Total Surplus for its Policy-Holde- rs, First year. Second spelling words a rod long before I was Pounds. Pound. seven years old." "" 2111k. .... ........... ... ... Citrj "Oh, iudeedl It'a funny how many Hay UOO l.UW 2,:; mistakes you mado afterward when Meal i.oo; M Green fodder or roots. wo wero engaged, for instance. " Which exceeds the Surplus accumulated by any other Life Assur1.203 Average wclcht at clow TOO -- Averaso vrclglit at $46,000,000, $27,000,000, $6,000,000. IT WOULD be wise for a person intending to assure his iife to study the record of the Assurance Company proposed to him and learn the facts upon which the promises of Future Dividends and Profits are based In other words, let him ascertain for himself the results that have been secured by the Company suggested, in the accumulation of surplus during its history as well as its average profits in recent years. IN ENTERING into a contract which may not terminate for thirty or forty years, it will well repay the assurer to give the sub ject the careful investigation that would be devoted by him to any other aflatr of like magnitude and importance. Due inquiry having been madt, let the best Company in which to assure be selected one whose past record and present financial condition justify the belief that in the future it will afford both the greatest security and the largest profit of any. in spelling? Bo careful, Don't let your anger lead you to prevaricate, I think I wroto you two or three littlo notes whilo wo wcro engaged, and I'll bet n million dollars to u cent that every word was correctly "Mistakes Mrs. Bowser! Average, daily cnia t04 willing to work over theso tables half us ures into tho present shape ho will guin long as I am sure that if our correspondent is it has taken mo to get theso fig- ance Company in the same time by over spelled." "You wroto mo about 400 lovo let- ters, and I'vo got every ono up stairs, aud you mado scores of mistakes. " "Woman," said Mr. Bowser as ho roso up and glowered at her, "I pity you When a person is driven to prevarication and perjury in order to carry a point, it is a Bad, solemn thing. If I I Sho rim up stairs, nnd in tho conrso of three or four minutes returned with n great package of lottcrs iu hor hand had" aud said: ' 'Hero aro about CO of tho bushel of letters you wroto mo. Wo will uow seo about tho spoiling. You acknowledge your handwriting, don't you?" "I acknowledge nothing, Mrs. Bowser absolutory nothing Thoy may be letters of mine, or thoy may bo baso I "Thoy aro your letters, of course. Hero is ouo iu which you speak of an nzuro sunset and nu affinity of souls. You spell it 'ashuro' aud 'afluoty.' " "Never novor on tho faco of this earth I" "But see thero aro tho words. Hero is anothor in which you lay your heart at my feet aud you havo spelled it '" forgeries." much Information helpful to him iu hi3 Btudy of this interesting problem. Ho will uoto in tho Ontario experiment that tho calves ato during tho first 12 months over 1,800 pounds of meal, or nearly 0 pounds per day, whilo at tho Michigan station only n littlo over 8 pounds of meal were consumed per day. In both cases about tho samo amount of hay was consumed per day namely, 8 pounds. At both stations tho amount of grain consumed during tho second year was materially increased, amounting to about 8 pounds per head per day for tho wholo period. With thoso figures as our guide it will appear that in such cases tho amount of grain for tho wholo 15 mouths will range between 1,500 aud 2,200 pounds, according to tho amount of forcing. Professor W. A. Henry in Breeder's Gazette. tho Stable Door Will Not Dans. Tho wind destroys many doors nnd door hinges. Besides thnt a banging, slamming door anywhere, whother in house, barn or corucrib, destroys both tho temper nud tho nervous system of thoso who must listen to it month after month. To stop tho banging of his Btablo door a livo stock man has dovisod tho arrangement Bhown herewith. Tho inventor describes his sliding For u door Btablo door as follows: way 8 by 8 feet, muko a batten door in tho usual mauner, weigh it and procure two So THE BUSINESS of the Society is conducted on the purely mutual plan; all surplus belongs to the Policy-Holders. PERSONS considering the assurance of their lives will find it to their advantage to send for a Prospectus, which contains a full description of the various kinds of policies issued by the Society. For further information apply to HIBBERD BROS. & General Managers for Kentucky. LYON, Louisville, Ky., TSLy., f2 T. J. B. TT7R1T:EB, Xianoastor, Modern Noah In the lllack 1IIIU. position as my wifo I I pronouueo each aud every letter iu that package a baso forgery! A never ending miduight without you bosh!" "Aud this fourth letter," sho continAt Bellevue, O., 13 horses sold under ued without heeding him, "is n 10 pago letter you wroto mo ouo rainy Sunday. the hammer at less than $5 each. You speak of tho sobbing raindrops, More Amused Than Flattered. BEST IN QUALITY, MOST IN QUANTITY. A rather amusing story is told of Ad- and you spell sobbing with ono ' b. ' You vocate Auret, ouo of tho Johannesburg speak of my charming faco and spell it reform leadors. Tho ndvocato was on with two 'm's.' Yon refer to tho futuro You bail and wes walking along Commis- and spell tho word sioner strrect, near tho Rand Stock Ex- ipeak" "Mrs. Bowser, do you know who I change, with his wifo, whon ho was familiarly addrcssod by a peculiarly dis- am?" ho demanded as ho pointed his WHITE'S CREAM reputable looking Kufllr. The aston- finger at her. "Certainly. You wero wretched, you ished ndvoonto inquired of the grinning native tho why and wherefore of tho said, and you" "You talk that way to me, do yon I greeting and expressed his impression YEARS FOR Has led all WORM Remodiofi. that they hed not mot before. "Oh, Bccauso you can't spell ouo word iu a yos, wo havo," retorted tho imperturb-abl- o thousand correctly you you" EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.1 "I show that you aro just as bad, Mr. blaok.. "Wo was in Pretoria jail 1IY 4.1.1, DRUGGIST. HOLD Frrpr4 fcr together; yes, wo wasl" MtwVurotfelt Bowfior. You sco" RICHiBDS05IIBllIO., ST. LOrlS. "Yes, I seo I I understand! I know auoro amused than flattered; d d. great-grandmoth- At tho mouth of Whitctail gulch, in tho Black hills of South Dakota, a man 80 years old is building an ark tho pur- poso of which ho refuses to stato further than that ho expects to float it. Tho dimensions uro 40 feet long, 15 feet wida nud 6 feet deep. Ah thoro has never been known to bo water in that section to flout tho strungo craft, thero is a groat deal of speculation as to its pur, pose. From tho action and remarks of tho old muu it is thought ho is looking for a second dolugo and intends to bo prepared for it. Ilis ark fi a great curiosity to tho residents of that section. Chicago Times-Heral- "I deny itl" shouted Mr. Bowser as his faco got red aud his hair began to curl. "In tho first placo, I wasn't donkey euough to writo nuy Buch balderdash, nud iu tho uoxt any fool knows enough to spoil heart Lay my heart at your feet humph I" "Well, tho words aro hero just as you wroto 'em, and I havo marked each ouo. Iu this third letter you say that lifo would bo ouo uovcr ending midnight without mo, nud you havo spelled it Special Agent. C3TJp " What! What! I wroto such stuff as that? Mrs. Bowser, boworo how you presume ou my good nature and your WORMS ! vermifuge: 20 weights that together will just balauco tho door, or mnko tho door to balanco tho o weights. about eight THIS DOOK BUDES UP yanlg 0f sash COrd AND DOWN. a,)d twQ iarg0 Bash pulleys. Placo in position a framo mado of 2 by 8 inch plank, having tho pulleys near tho top, and fit the door so that it will slido up and clown without wenriug tho cord. Fasten tho sash cords to tho bottom of tho door near the On each sido of tho door fasten to tho framo strips of inch square pieces to hold tho door in position. Tho woights may slido up aud down ou tho sides of tho frame, which may project out far ouough for tho purposo or bo boxed iu to protect them and the cord from tho weather. This method costs less than tho common overhead hangers, is very durablo, cnu bo used for doors or shut-torund any farmer who is handy with tools can easily put it into practice. Pur-chnsbat-ton. Bquaro sash This Is tho best market and ours is tho beat houso to ship to. Wo mako liberal on consignments. Besides wo havo better facilities than other bouses la having-laanlargo factories to supply. Wo get you tho top prico and pay spot cash ; not lu trade. No traveling agents, finlp all your wool and farm produce direct to HERNDON-CARTE- R , LOUISYILIB, KV. 110 Third Street, or 313 to 310 Murrell Court, WOOL. WOOL. CO. THE Jm ! Queen &Crescent of superbly appointed reaches the principal cities of the South with a sen-icthrough to Harriman, Chatta through trains. Diy Coashes and Sleeping Cars nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, mianw, iuuLUU, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxviue, not npnnys and Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mmroe -- ,j' and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Augeies anu and California, San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico via New Orleans or via Shreveport. &. ! Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Free Parlor with every accommodation to patrons. Cars Lexington to Cincinnati, uue, ranor anu vuacivu- ItfmM tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington ana Chattanooga. ' Chas.W. Zell, W. O. Biucarson, e route H 1 4 Jjftf ! s, -- y-j Oi Z?5&i mw&t V I three-hors- e Good Buchwalter, power, in good order, cbeapi Apply toW. P. Walton, Engine Fob Balb. 1 5safcR3r itte" Wv. PastY Agt., Ctefcutrtf. X O.I',A.tCineintuit,0. - .:v mi-Wee- Interior Journal - THE DANrSH SINGER. Tier Vote Free Attracted Attention Whta 6bt Was) a Mnne In at Hoepltstl. CURRENT MISCELLANY: of admission to a sent immediately in front of tho altar and closo to thoso occupied by tho imperial party. It was interesting, of course, to bo ablo nt Buch closo quarters to scrutinize tho somewhat somber countenance of Napoleon III, tho dolicato features of his beautiful wifo and tho fair face of tho boy on whom so many glowing hopes were fixed, all doomed to bo quenched in the dust of death at ono desolato spot in faroff Zululand. But it was tho venerable archbishop who attracted my attention most strongly, from tho subdued gentleness and humility of his aspect, in spite of tho his vestment?, rich in crimson velvet, gold embroidery and priceless lace, Tho archbishop woro a little red skull cap over his Fof t white hair, aud the ex- predion 01 ins mini countenanco was that of simple gemiino goodness. His completo absorption in tho religious sorvico on which ho was engaged was quito in nccordauco with what I had been told of his pure, devoted life, aud tho appearance of tho meek, defenseless old man would have led ono to lelievo that he was ono of tho last persons who could over leeomo tho object of implacable hatred and brutal violence. Yet two years later I strxxi on tho spot whero that gentle, spirit had at last escaped by tho tartly mercy of death from an agony of persecution and torture little known, I beliove, beyond the prison walls where tho last cruel scene was enacted. Blackwood's Magazine. TO Stanford, Ky., FIGHT FOlt 0JIETE. ij n ! .. VOLUNTEERS MUSTERED AS A REValborg Anderson is tho interestingly I am still agent for Falls franca Coal and trill keep a supply or all kinds of Coal, so you let such foreign namo of a young singer who SULT OF TURKISH ATROCITIES. at t" want at the lowest possible prices for Cash. E. C. Walton, Business Manager. will, her admirers 6ay, yet wear tho Office, Mill St. and Railroad Crossing;, oopoaite laurels now in tho possession of Calvo, J. B. HIGG1NS. Forty Will 8ll Shortly from Nnw Vorlt. Roller Mills. 37 ONE KIND OF UVH STOCK. Slanlird, Kv. Melba and others. Sho is a young DanMoury SubncrlTi. ' by Patriots Other Queen & CHKecEXT. Reduced ratts to Injrora Carta ish woman, and tbo story of her riso to Are Very HatxUome and In Companies to lie Itecrnlted If tho Turks famo is a pretty one, Sho was a nurso BXTROECy Newport races. One fare for round trip Good Demand. Continue Their Work of Ilnteliery. in rt Copenhngen hospital, and sho sang from Somerset and points north to CinIf tho old wnys of raising money by songs simply to cheer and sootho Law, Attorney The Cuban piitriots of Now Tork cinnati. farming nnd stock breeding count no her - many volunteers to the army of McKinley Olub. At Cincinnati Zoo.Tj more, what id to hinder wide nwnko liberty iu tho war against the Spanish, fare from Lexington and pointB north men from findiug now ways? If, in Office on Laocaiter Street, oppotlte the Court short, horses pay no more, is thcro not nnd now tho Cretan members of tho House. Collections receive especial attention. 83 Qreat meeting. something clso that will for instance, Greek colony, on tho lower east sido of High Bridge Camp. 2nd Camp Meet- Angora cata? the city, will emulate their example. : : ing, Augoat First meeting was a A writer in Tho American Cultivator There is now n revolt iu the island of (treat success. Dr. Talmage has been in mentions that in somo parts of tho counCrete against TmT.ihh misrule. Men vited. Low rates every day ol the meet- try tho rearing of Angora cats is profit have been ruthlutly butchered or. cast ing. able, Theso animals aro now very 'into prison, and won.cn and children HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. and becoming nioro so. Philadelphia, Pa. National Druggists' have been tortured or Main. The Turks people ol West Lin Offers his services o the at ' Mr. Robert Kent Adams, tho writer Association. October 5th to 9th. M slid (Jaicy counties, have made it war of extermination Colo Caskets always 00 hand. ull stock of Collins alluded to, is of opinion that fanners Indianapolis, Ind. National Keeley tod against the Christian Cretans. O. 8. Carpenter, Manager. will do well to rear theso cats for sale 45 League. August 18th to 20tb. Details of thet-- massacres havo reachIIo says : W. 0. Rinbai.son, G. P. A., Cincinna ed New York, each mail bringing let- M, S. llAuaiiMAii. Angoras vary in form, color nnd disJ. W. Hacomma. ti.O. ters giving tho horrihlo doings of tho position nnd tho quality of thoir hair, Turkish troops. Only a few days ago which on somo specimens is inoro wool"Bio Fodb" to St. Paul. On account ly than on others. Thoy vary also in tjicoigo Uauotaiiakos of .15 Madison of the Thirtieth Encampment G A R., tbo shape and length of tho raoraiiTORSstreet received word that his father, an tail, tho at St. Paul, Minn., September 1 to 4, the ears nnd tho sizoof tho eyes. Tho standold mid peik'cftil man, had been killed & und his two brothers thrown into prison, .Big our Route will sell tickets at one ard calls for a small, orantro shaned although they had taken no part iu tho cent per milo from stations on its lines. head, with not too long a nose, largo, insurrection. His two sisters fled to tho Tickets good going August 30 and 31 and brilliant eyes of a color in harmony tho sick. Ono day thcro was among tho - - Kontucky. with that of tho fur, ears rather 6mall patients n man who happened to reccg-niz- o mountains and are now iu hiding to esSept. 1; good returning until Sept. 15, cape Turkish barbarities. a wondorful voico when ho heard aud rounded, with a tuft of hair on tho with privilege of extension until Sept. apex, nnd a very full, flowing mono it Ho recommended tho nurso to tho Tins is but a sample of tho nows reIt you need livery tire us a call. Nothiac not 30, 1890 See nearest agent for particu- about tho head and neck. ceived, und tho result has been an inattention of Professor Rosenfeld, a noted turnouts will leav our stable. See tu for rates." In our lars as to routes. Rosen-fcltense feeling against tho oppressors Tho body should bo long and graceful, composer and teacher. Professor Tho headquarters of the Cretans iu Nov heard bor and was enthusiastic in covered with long, Bilky hair of a curling BLACKSMITH SHOP. York aro at tho restaurant of ConstanBucklln'a Arnica Salvo tendency. Tho legs should bo of moder- regard to her. Sho studied with him for Primitive Beer. tino Zervacos, 35 Madiion street, and Will guarantee The btt salve in the world for cuts, bruimi ate length and in proportion to tho body, four years, and has now mudo her debut work and satlfact ry prices. Try our horse sheer. torn, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chapDowra, or doro, is a primitivo beer tho Parthenon restaurant, S3 Roosevelt as a singer, with a fluttering outlook for ped hands, chilblains, corn! and all iVin eruptions. tho paws sparsely covered with hair. browed in many parts of Africa in street Hero for muuy weeks thoy havo no pay repuiied. It is it positivelytocure pile, or satisfaction or money Still, a tuft of hair growing out from succcsa Now York Journal. Iuaranteed Nubia and Abyssinia, in Mashonalaud gathered day and uight to discuss tho tire perfect between tho toes is an indication of refunded. Price 15 cents per box. For tale by A Whoel of Silver sand Ivory. and among tho Kaffirs. Tho method of latest news from homo and to formulate high breeding. Tho tail should bo long V. B. McRoberu druggist. I havo just heard of an infatuated browing is much tho same in all coun- plans for action. aud flat, with broomliko hair, which, DEALER IN and plutocratic bridegroom who has tries and is thus described by Mr. Bent: It has been divided to send n company Two Lives Savod. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of function City, III., vai presented his pretty littlo wifo of a fow "Com is soaked in water aud loft until of volunteers to their native land, and told by her doctors she had consumption and th.v weeks with a bicycle that is an edition it sprouts a littlo; then it is spread in a party of 10 men will sail from New GROCERIES, HARDWARE, there was no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her an( do luxo of a most ultra sumptuous de tho sun to dry and mixed with York on Aug. 12. Cactunakos will bo the says it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Ecgeri, 139 grains; then the women pouud among tho number. At the head of tho scription. This "creation" in wheels TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, lonuabt., ban rranciseo, sutlered irom a dread has its framo and forks overlaid with it iu wooden mortars, and the malt ob- company will bo Zervacos, who was n ful cold, approaching consumption, tiled without result every thing else then bought one bottle of silver openwork. Tho ivory handles aro tained from this is boiled nnd left to captain in the Greek nnny threo years GLASSWARE, &c. Dr. King's New Discovery and in two weeks was decorated with silver, and thero aro stand in n not for two days, and over- ago. Sinco he caino to this country ho cured. He is naturally thankful. It is such of which these are samples, that prove the jade knobs at tho ends. Ports of its night n little mult that ha1) been kept has been iu tho restaurant business in wonderful efficacy of this medicine In coughs and equipment aro a solid silver cyclometer, lor tho purpose is thrown over tho liquid tho Givek colony and has prospemL Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. bottles at W. B. McKoberts' colds. Free trial Drugstore. Regular size joe and Ii. a silver watch and bell arid a solid sil- to excito fermentation. " Among his patrons woro many men In Mashonalaud the women aro tho whom ho had known in tho army, aud ver lamp with cut crystal sido lights. Old Peoplo. Tho mud guard is silver mounted and chief brewers; iu fact, to bo good wifo who had emigrated at about tho time Bo Sure to Givo Hiin a Call. Old people who require medicine to regulate strung with tho finest silk. What kind one must also be a good brewer. Tho ho did LIVE STOCK. the bowels and kldnejrs will find the true remedy in Electric Bitters. This medicine does not of frock will tho fortunate owner of this beer is always inudo in tho fields and Tlie.se are tho nucleus of tho company and contains no whisky nor other intoxi- if abundant, correspondingly increases It must lo that will go to Crete to help fight for cant, but a cts as a tonic and an alterative. 1 acts tho cat's value, Tho richness of coloring magnificent machiuo consider fit to wear is often very intoxicating. only on the stomache and bowels, adding strength is another important point of tho ani- when sho mounts its whito kid covered drunk as poou as it is brewed ;otherwiso the independence of that hapless Island. and giving- tone to tne organs, thereby aiding nasaddlo? I can thiuk only of a oown of it quickly becomes disogreeablo and Tfio services of tho volunteers havo alture in the performance of the functions. Elec- mal. Ono of tho most essential matters, tric Bitters is an excellent appetizer and aids di- however, in selecting an Angora is its ivory whito alpaca, Bilky and glisten- worthless. A similar "barley beer" was ready been tendered to tho revolutionary New Line iroern Cincinnati, gestion. Old people find it just exactly what they need. Price 50c per bcttle at W. B. McRobcrts' disposition and manner. That should be ing, lined with deud whito silk, and used by the old Egyptians loth as a party nnd havo been accepted. Tho beverage and iu libations to their gods. with a whito kid belt trimmed with sil drug store will not go armed, but tho men carefully considered. Ono unacquainted with kittens would ver about her waist und a hat of whito Xenophon speaks of "bowls of barley in will sail as individual. They havo alA year ago bran wsa Belling at Minready formulated plants to evade tho felt with no trimming except a band ol which tho grains wero floating." bo surprised to know tho difference Solid Trains, neapolis at $11 to ill 50 per ton in bulr, Turkish authorities when entering an affectionate, sweet little kitten silk and a snowy quill feather to break Chambers' Journal. Fast Time, Crete, and anils will bo in readiness for while today the price is around $4.50. aud an ugly, treacherous one. A innio' tho outlino of its graceful alpino Bhapo. Excellent Equipment. Washington Setting a Post. London Correspondence. them on their arrival. The depreciation is evem greater on specimen is much preferred, if for a pet, In tho village of Southport, Oonu.. is When Zervacos was chosen to lead Inaugurated May 24. shorts. While a year ago they sold at as it is less apt to becomo nervous and Waists For Matron. preserved a piece of u cedar post which tho company, ho applied to Solon J. THE SCIIEDULF, 13 to $13.50, they are now on a levi I peevish as it grows older. Women who feel that their years or Washington helped to set in tho Vlasto of 2 Stone street, who is the rep- Lv Cincionail 900 a. ra. 0 3 P. o. Tho Angora is in its primo at 15 with bran. Air. Toledo. 1 SJ 3 JJ p. ra. ta. m months old. Before that ago its hair dignity will not permit tho cotton shirt ground at Farringtou. The story asso- resentative of tho Cretans in New York, Arr. Detroit 6 15 a. ra. 5 " ? Six weeks ago I inhered a very severe cold; was and body are not sufficiently developed waist find an udtnirablo substitute in ciated with the post is told by tho Rev. for help to pay tho passage- of tho vol Throush coaches and carter cars nmli. itilm almost unable to speak. My treeds all advised tho cool silk waists of taffeta or india A. N. Lewis in a published address. unteers, Mr. Vlasto had nlready col- Through coaches, Wagner Sleeping Cars Ciscia. roe to consult a physician. Noticing Chamber to givo that beauty and graco which ore that are offered in tho shops. nail to Theso ore Ho was out walking with his host, lected ja,000 for tho aid of tho suffering trains. Toledo and Cincinnati to Detroit on night Cough Ilcmedy advertised in the St. Paul characteristic of tbo animal. Iain's Probably made of Volks Zel'ung I procured a bottle and alter takblack or gray, exactly like tho when ho came to a man who was plant- Cretans, but ho declined to appropriate No service between Cincinnati. Toledo and t while was e tirely well. I now moat no animal of its size possesses more of ing it a sho.-it AS GOOHAoOUll NEW YORK LINK. heartily recommend this remedy to anyene suffer- tho qualities just mentioned. It is petted shirt waist, with plaits, bishop sleeves ing u hitching post in tho ground by tho any portion of this to the uses of tho exAS OODASOUB CHICAGO LINK, and cuffs, fastened with gold or silver roadside. T 10 general stopped and said: pedition. ing with a coM Wm. Keil, 6;S Selby Ave., St. AS C.OOD AS OUR ST. LOUIS LlNll and cared for liko a child; it lives liko Paul Minn. Kccourso win then had to tho patriotic Iluy vour licked ll routh via "Wc. rour." "My friend, I can show you how to a king or queen in tho beautiful now studs, and, worn with n linen collar, For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Kv. for lull information call on agents cr addrrit aro oa cool looking and Htylishly neat as set your post so that it will never rot " members of tho Greek colony, und it is home in which it is welcomed. O. McCORMACK, D MARTIN. tho laundered woist, and many women Tukiug it in his bunds, thoso great said that a sufficient amount was quickly Gen. Vtit. .V Tkt. Agt, rats. ran c .Mgr My little boy, when two y esrs of age, was taken Tho proper breeding of theso animals fool very ill with bloody II x. I was advlseo to use comfortablo in them. inoro hands of his, he placed it upside down raised. is littlo short of a science; oven small , ...IT VOU AKIOOINO Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea RemTho gray and whito Japaneso silks aro nnd held it whilo tho man filled up tho If tho Turkish atrocities in Creto conedy, and luckilr procured part of a bottle. I care- details cannot bo neglected in tho early useful made in this wny, and to havo holo and tamped tho earth around it read the directions and gave it accordingly. stages. fully tinue, other bodies of volunteers will be From a recent report of tho fa- ono or two of theso He was very low, but slowly and surrly be began waists packed in tho It is a well known fact that a post set mustered in Now York and in other to improve, gradually recovered and is now stout mous Crystal palace show wo find that ...... 1 HAm.!.. summer trunk is u great Having of laun- bottom sido up iu the ground will not cities in this country. and strong as ever. I feel sure It saved his life. tho great cats thcro nil had solid colors. Now York I never can praise the Remedy half Its wctth. I dry bills as well as a pleasaut variety aborb water. The sap tube will not World. an sorry every one in the world does cot know Tho blue cat is a great favorite, but the how good it i', as I do. Mrs. Lina S. lllnton, proper shudo is difficult to obtain. Tho oven to tho women who much affect the "draw" when tho post is reversed. Grahamiville, Marion Co , Florida. cotton waists. Now York Times. KILLED THE FATTED CALF. whito, tho orange, and tho black aro For sale by Craig & Hocker, Hunlord Kv. The Treasury of Shah Jehan. favorite prize winners. Other cats Elected Miss Wharton Irelilrnt, Shah Jehan, greatest of Mogul sov- HvalWtla Kal to a Srniiiin on tlio I 'rod Since 1878 them have been nine epidemics of that havo lists of admirers are tho sable, Sou. Tho cottagers at Lenox havo conferred ereigns after Tiniour, collected tho dtsentery In differed parts of the countrv in tho bluo and white, tho "tigers," tho an Louisville 4 Nasmviui n. it. unusual honor upon a woman in tho wealth of India about him at Delhi, inAt Poplar Grove, uonr LogiuiKiKirt, s Colic, Cholera and which Chamberlain Remedy was used with perfect succesi. Dys- brown and the orango and white, Thero election of Miss N. M. Wharton of Boscluding the world famous diamond Intl., Sunday, during n banket picnic entery, when epidemic, is almost as severe and is a greater variety and inoro to admire ton to tbo presidency of tho Lenox asso- known ever sinco as the CSreat Mogul. und ciiuip meetiiiKi Kov. V. II. Curttr't lathe lia for you, as in dangerous as Asistic cholera. Heretofore the best efforts of the most skilled physicians have failed in tho mixed colors, provided tho aniciation, tbo local organization for tho TTiswns thi fnttinna rw!ifwlr Hirntin flin sermon on the "Prodigal Son" war to rheck its ravages; this remedy, hoatver, has mal is well marked and tho shadings improvement of thoso things about tho spread tails of the peacock formed of Bivon " r"lis"c imjmmjI by tho appear cured the most malignant cases, both of children Mke,c!oi connection! at village thut tend to muko it more and adults and unt'er the most trying conditions, nro correct, but sometimes theso mixprecious sUmee to emulate the colors of unco of tho prodigal ou tho platform which prcves it to be the best med.cine in the tures aro duplicated on tho common cat to tho Bnmmer visitors. Miss tho living bird, tho wholo valued nt Ho was welcomed with open arms bj tsOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI world for bowel complaints. Therefore for high priced animals, that Wharton, Miss Mary Cary and Miss For all For sale by Craig A Hocker. Stanford Ky. Its canopy was the joyful father, who proceeded to kill rHKOUGK TICKETS points, will catch tho fancy of tho well to do Anna Shaw havo dono muoh for the nonrly 3G, 000,000. SOLD. uud burbecuo tho fatted calf. UAGGAGE CHECKBD THROUOH buyers, it is well to breed so as not to village, and the cottugors who ore mem- fringed with pearls. His, too, wns tho Over 2,000 peoplo witnessed tho specTaj Mahal, tho most marvelous tomb Mies Sallie Sims, of Kenton county, clash with our friend tho old tabby. For any Information eoulre of bers of tho association thought they over built, on which 20,000 men worked tacle, and thoso who could get near JOKS. KICK, Attn!, 0 just 14 years old and weighs 2G As allowing tho increased demand for could do no better than recoguizo this Stanford, Ky for more than 20 years. And this Shah enough partook of tho roasted veul. The Frances Smith, of Laporte, Inr., Angora cats, thcro is a record on filo of fact Tho money of tho association this sermon nnd its realistic accompaniment took morphine and died when he re- 8,000 having been sold und shipped by rJoaeon will bo devoted especially to tho Jehan loved to wear around his neck havo caused u profound Hcnsatiou iu priceless strings of immeuso pearls. ceived an anonymous letter stating that certain Now England breeders during trees and walk borders of tho place. thut city. Popular Science Monthly. tho post year. Tho demand for 1806 Boston Woman's Journal, Only Duect LIlc lictwecn A masked marriage took plnco on the bis wife bad not been true to him. shows a still greater increase. For a platform after tho barbecue. James A Bangor, Maine, man Wt his Superstitious. fancier who will raise the finest stock To Prevent Sanbara. Shortest and quickest between It is just as wise to bo lenient in re- Whiteman and Miss Sadio Kirk wero church because the pew just in frmt of thero rcmuins an unlimited market Never wash your face in water more gard to superstitions, the only possiblo mado mun and wifo, whilo tho audience Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, his was occupied by four sisters who al- Peoplo of moons demand an improveOarlielo, MayBvlllo, Oynthlans, than twice day, especially whero it is' euro being in laughing about them. hazarded numerous guesses as to who ways wore the largest bats they could ment in cats, the same as others require impossible a procuro Falmouth and Cjpvinffton. to at a moment's Just think of n really excel lout York- tho happy couplo might bo. They una better dog or horso than answered tho notice distilled or even rain water. You fled. shire gentleman who is believed to havo masked after the ceremony. Mr. Whito-ma- Ask lor tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Mrs. W. T. Poynter, widow of the purpose years ago. is a prosperous farmer. Both the con soften water by means of a lump of so malevolent a glance that when ho Time Table April 19, it;6. W. T. Poynter, of Science Hill or a teaspoonful of strong am- looks at a tree it will bear no fruit A parties nro well known in tho neighborlate borax Lit Stock Potato. TRAINS EAST. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. School, Shelbyville, will conduct the a. ra. p. ta. p. m. Tho wool of tho Dorset Horn lamb is monia in tho water jug. But the face very honest woman, who had seen this hood. Cleveland Plain Dealer. L.v rranaiort xmut not bo left dirty. Havo a bottle of unfortunate man looking at Iter applo a.. 655 4 0J 00 school this year. Science Hill was esUb especially valued for its whiteness and Blkhcrn ill 44 37 s148 to m Bride. node 1,000 Miles For " Stamping Uround 7 a; fine softness. It furnishes, therefore, no czvjtun of cucumber, and before going tree, followed him aud believed sho hod lisbed 72 years ago. Into the. run just dab tho face over with counteracted bis ovil eyo by moans of Fifteen years ago Luthor E. Ash of 4 35 13 small item of profit in tho rearing of so 7 50 it very lightly. Do the same on return-lag- , an awl, with which implement sho Bennington township, Mich., then a lad Arr. C. S. DepotC ..830 300 a400 " Paris......... A man may dress as well as his own good judg- theso lambs. S3S time wipo it off direotly punctured his footsteps on tho road. of 15 years, was compelled to go to this ment and the atslitance ot an artistic tailor mar Tho flesh of tho Dorset Horn lamb is and but the a. 8. 10. elect. He may take his "tubs'' but if his diges4. dirt you removo with tho That huppons in intelligent England Montana in search of health. In a year TRAINS WEST. No. ra. No.m. No. ra. No. m. boo a. p. a. p. tive organs are out of order, he will have an un- better than that of tho full grown sheen cream. you follow this advice this of today, and other things quito as silly ho was well ouough to herd cattlo and Lve Parl......C If 9 30 wholesome appearance. His complexion and the of this breed. 4 33 C. 8. Depot 10 whit of his eyes will have a yellowish cast. His summer yoa will Know naught of sun- in tho United States aro of tho samo began to correspond with his neighbor's " Georgetown U 10 si 6 40 40 tongue will be coated, appeUte poor, his teeth rusA daughter, Elizu Spunglcr, proposed uud " Sump'g Gro'd 10 38 634 3 43 ty, his breath abominable. He is one big, unmis days sow farrows in from 112 to 110 burn, freckles or undue redness of tho data Now York Times. 7 7 H Klkborn . it 16 after breeding. 1 he quickest, surest wns accepted. Monday a young man, 0 Arr 711 face. Exchange. takable sign ot constipation. B IS Frankfort A... 11 30 easiest way to cure this tiouble is to take Dr. 73 feet tall, strong aud robust, was seen Tho most frightful cattle plague over Mixed Metaphors. Tierce's P'easant IMlets. They are made oi reOaelUt Fhelpa Hngsrlna. fined, concentrated vegetable extracts. Nothing known has been raging for months SUNDAY TRAINS. Tho Irish havo no exclusive property riding a pony through tho villago of in the least harmlul eaters into their composition. Ono of Ohio's remarkable women is in mixtures of metaphor, though thoir Bennington. IIo proved to bo Ash, who Leave Georgetown 10 40 a. ra; arrive Frankfort They hunt down all impurities and "make them among tho cattle of Africa. Of herds move on " They are the product of many years numbering 1,000 not ono escapes. Tho Mrs. Ozolla Pholps Huggins of Mans- greater imuginativenofis makos thera had traveled nil tho way from Ox Bow, 1130 a.m.Frankfort 4S Leave arrive Ceonrtown j P' study and practice. Dr. Pierce cannot afford to discaso is said to bo duo to a vegetable field, O. Mrs. Huggins is a thorough m. more figurative in speech than tlie com- Mon., on horseback to claim Eliza I is p. Kentucky Midland Railway pnt forth a worthless article. The and cunnsc- clubwoman, aud having tact as well r.s mon run of Englishmen, aud stamps to cov parasite that attacks tho animals' blood. Address with at cents in thoir im- Spangler us his wife. Tho young couple Uons form the shorttat and cheapest route to all er cost cf mailing only, World's Dispensary Medi Its ravages extend from tho Saliara to talent she has put her abilities to good went to Owosso and wero m.vdo ono by oointi South, Hast, North and West. petuosity tends to confusiion. Tho folcal Association, isuuaio, im, V., and get a ire copy tho Sudan awl over all South Africa. use. Slie may bo termed a professional lowing passago is from the carefully Justice Bierly. Tlio wifo will go to her aaKor further information apply to their agents. of the 'Medical Adviser." C. D. BXRCAW. Gen. Pass. Agrot.. programme maker. Many of tho wom- written memoirs of one of Tho negroes in Matubclehund and GKO. U.UARPI, Kec'r&Gtn.Sup tho greatest new homo by rail, but Ash will return depend for thoir living on tho en's clubs of Ohio aro carrying on their English scholars of tho century, Mark on horseback. Frankfort Kv Miss Ella Belmont, of Lorain, O . atof their cuttle, and tho work according to programmes mapped Pattison: "Even at this day a country tempted suicide when sho saw her lover milk and flesh means Tho President Geta a FUhllne. often starvation to out by Mrs. Huggins. Sho is n member iquiro or rector, on lauding with his death of those coming out of a saloon. of most of tho Mansflold clubs and is cub under his wing in Oxford, finds Andrew P. Wilson of Easton, Md., tho block. Alex. Winston, a Savannah, G., Neloved by all tho clubwomen of her city. himself much nt sea as to A steer foeder fattened some Shortthe respective recently made by hand and sent to tlio gro, ate six fried chickens and five cans horns and Herefords together. Tho advantages or demerits of the various president a horsehair fishing lino. It BInalia Gown. BUCK EYE was a unique as well us u practical of sardines to win a bet. Herefords wero 3 years old, tho Shortcolleges" No attire looks so much a part of Shakespeare(pngo 10). And of conrso gift. Tho other morning ho received tho The St. Paul, of tho American Line, horns 2. Tho feeder found that tho mixes his metaphors freely. following autograph letter of acknowlbeat the record by making the trip,, from Hereford was about 350 fresh country Jifo or is so becoming to Cornhill Magazine. u warm day as tho muslin one. Once edgment from tho president: Southampton to Sandy Hook in 6 dsja pounds heavier than tho muslin wns considered suitablo only for Mr. Andrew P. Wilson: Our First Bank. bhortborn. CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. and 31 minutes, filmriln crrwta r fnr bkcu id Deah Bih- -I tbo horsehair Tho first bank within, tho limits of flailing lino you havo rooetved (tinccroly , Ono argument in favor of dairymen whero uow wnt mo and An organization of the veterans of thank it built iuto tho 1110st cx. SURC and CERTAIN CURE raising their own cows is that a cow is truvagant of confections for tho matron tho United F'ates was chartered in Phil- you for It, thongh I confi-- I hardly think you Gen. Morgan's command has been known for 15 years as the much better satisfied when sho is kopt a3 woll na for (ll0 muid aml woru nt nH adelphia in 1781. It was incorporated should hnvo spent so much tlnio in making a mo. with Col. Cicero Oolemar, of FayBEST REMEDY for PILES. by congress under the title "Tho Presi- gift for by I ahull, however, abow my on the form whero sho was born and hours and on ull oocasious.-Phila- dolette, as president. dent, Directors and Company of the actual U80. tating nnd proving IU quality In OX.B BY AJLL. HKVOOIITI, rearcd- tA'oura truly. phia Press. rmartltrVCXAUlOX HID e3.,ET.L0nM. Bank of North America. " QnovEit Cleveland. J August 21, 1896 I had a card COAL I W. S. fur-nishe- d Htnnford, at Kentucky. 23-3- 0. J. T. STJTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, fash-ionabl- o e M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- t LIVERY, FEED STABLE. Stanford, SALE first-cla- ss d fint-cls- st J. K. VanArsdalo, -- 'ItJP Wp 11 stim-lua- te - "Big Foul3" Toledo and Detroit. . . -- Do-tro- ll 11. 1 If ORTH WEST. al-wa- Dial-rho- ea I I Doable Dally Trains Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort n 1 . M one-ce- nt Boch-uanala- TABLER'SDIT r mil OINTMENT F 1 I TiiriT-nlvir- v pet-fecte- d, nppro-clatiu- n I - .f jg;t,s.ij',:jgy "';y ' 0'MI-WEEIfl.- ''HGjiK' w,''uy ' ".- - fcHlSlUH !! 'n 'i Myrtle Hughes is still very ill. We have a very handsome lino of Mr. L. M. Wkstehfield is confined to Uavlin's queensware that we will aell at his room by illness. cost. Fairia & Hardin. BrANFOKD, Kt., - Auoubt 21, 1896 Rev. H. N. Faulconkr came up from Please Battle your account. I need Danville yesterday to attend tho Alcorn the money and muBt have it. This means party. E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Dr. and Mrs. W. 8. Beazlby arrived you, Mrs. Kate Dodderar. Y IsteriorJourhbl Miss The weather haa been dellghtfully( pleasant for a fow days, after the longest and hottest spell on record. m yestorday to visit Mrs. Mildred Beazley, You should tflke your prescriptions to looking as happy as a pairof turtle dovea. Mb. J. W. Rout celebrated hla 50th FenuyVdruKBtoru where prompt and accurato servico is guaranteed. birthday yeBtorday, by partaking of a fine dinner, which eome of his friends - PERSONAL POINTS. also enjoyed. Prof J. W. Rawainus, superintendent Mrs. J. W. l'uiihiM ns been ill for a of schools In Boylt) and assistant olector week. MisaKATiB Lb Ykaqfii, of Boyle, ia for Bryan and So wall, waa attending tho Institute yestorday and getting in somo with Mies Mary Bruce. a good work frrthu ticket. Mien Lkttiu IIklm Iihs returned from protruded stay at Llnnietta. cFTYAXbYjCINlTY. Mibd Mahv Davih, of Louisville, ia the Solid silver tea apooua $5 por set at gueet of Mr. W. U. Mclloborta. Miis. It. B. Maiiony baa Jolnod her hua Danks'. band at Crab Orchard tiprlDKR. Siiiuth, shirts, shirts, at caati prices at Mit. Mack B. Kuhankb, of the Hubblo Shanks. mm floctiou, is down with typhoid fever. Tablets and school supplies at Craig k Mit. H. I). Giiigoby, of Gr'ajsoi), haa Hocker's. joined bia wifo at Mr. J. 1. Balley'a. Mha. Jobei'H Skvkhaxcb, who hH been Headquarters for line perfumes. eick for a week or more, ia out againv Craig i Uocker. Mb. Jambs T. Oaiuo.v, of Ioiiieville, New calicoes, percale, Ac, for achoo) t was here Belling our merchants Wednes dreBaes nt Severance it Son. day. Dr. D. L. Fry and wife, of Kirkaville, Say, want a watch ? Good time to were the guests of Dr. A. 8. Price Wed- get it from Danks, the Jeweler. nesday. MiK. Annik James and Miss Ilettie Fruit jars, jelly glasses, tin cans and Wearen are spending n few woeks at dab sealing war at Warren & Shanks'. 9 Orchard, We can save you money on family, Mks. Anna D. VanArsdalx, of reedy mixed paints Craig k Uocker. ia with her daughter, ,Mtb. II. ' , m Hsr-rodabut- tr, s J, McHoberta. 1 r Buy tho latest improved gasolino stoves Mb mbb. J. W. Bum and Jeeao Nance, of W. II, Wearen it Co. at price of tho Turnerevlllo section, aro both Store iiousk with living rooms attachdown with feviT. ed, near depot, for rent. Apply to Noel Oait. W. J. ilowiu, nod wife, Mrs. Wdi, Rice and John II. Meir went to A Son. Richmond yesterday. New and elegant line of Glassware and Mua. Mahy V. Bowman and Misa Vir- QueeiiHwaro just received at Warren k ginia Bowman, of Danville, aro visiting Shanks'. at Mr. Forestua Reld's. A i.ittlb girt arrived at Jesao Routt'e, Ma(tik Oiiaulib ZhONK, of Lancasnt McKlnnoy Saturday to further bless ter, is visiting bia cousin, Clarence Tray-lo- r, tho union of that pair. at his country hotiH. , Mp. Cleo IIkow.v, postmaster nt Mt. Wx will close out our entire stock at Vernon, and son, McKenzle, took the cost. Can give von a bargain in anytrain hero for Lancaster eaterday. thing. W. H. Wearen A Co. Gov. Biiadliy has laid nuldo the helm The BryHU Club at McKimidy is rapof State for a tlmnand in practicing law idly growing. Its membership now in Judge Saulley'n court nt Lnncanter. numbers nearly 100 and its meetings are Mrs. Fhank McKinkry has about reto the extreme. covered from her severe illnew. Her enthusiastic almost little daughter, Lettle, is aleo Improving, A I'artial 1'cllpsnof tho moon will Mua. Job F. Wateiis and children, occur to morrow night, beginning at Kate Walton, Robert Harding and John 10:29 and lasting four hours. About M. Hall, aro visiting relatives in Boyle. of thu disk will be Mkmus. J. P. Bailxy, Bledsoe Bailey, u Jesso D. Wearen, 0. V. Gentry, Joe Thk McKinney Canning Co. is runand others are attending the Liberty ning at full blast now. About 30,000 fair. cans have already bepn put up and the Mbb, W. P. Giumrb and children are goods are said to bo the finest on the visiting Mrs. Sowell GIvenB, while the market. husband and father is saving thu country. Taxes. The tax books are ready and MB Annik McKinney has been se- your taxea are due and unpaid. By setlected by the trustees to teach thu Mt. tling nt onco you will save yourself both Moriab school near Highland and will expense and trouble. T. D. Newland, btsin Monday. sheriff. Rev. awd Mua J. T. Siiaiuiakd and Thk Stanford Female College will open atMr. andMro. J. II. Bauithman h.-tending thu Statu meeting of the Ohris-tia- n Sept. 7. Sets notice on our first page. Dr. Shelton is expecting a largely inchurch at Georgetown. creased attendance thisyeHr and has preMisa Lucy McAkkk, of Lebanon, returned with the crowd (rem Crab Or- pared for it. chard Springs and la visiting Misses Anue The Advocate sajs thbt Mr. Thomas Shanks nud Pearl Burusldu. y H. Fox is shortly to atat a Mil. K. W. Smith haa secured a posl free silver paper in Danvillo. Uu has tion with the L. &' X. as civil engineer started many a paper and may start bs ami haa been given chargo of tunnel No. many more.glorv hallelujah' 0, which is being arched with brick. Dr. G. W. Bico.NAuan'a buggy horse Mtseza Addik Maiitin, of Stanford, and fell into his wife's flower pit yesterday Mary Burns and Maggie Connolley, of Lexington, are visiting Mioses Annie and and most of the day wss spent in getting him out. There were no tlowers in tho Mary Ashlock, near Gilberts Creek. pltand littlu or no damage was cono to Mk.nd Mfs. D. W. Dunn, who have tho horsu. been visiting thtir daughters, Mrs. M.S. Thk Laurel county fair begins WedBaughman and Mro. J. W. Baughman, to their homo at Dan- nesday hiuI continues three days. II you have returned want to go to a good fair and meet the ville. Mhb. Gsohoe Lke Penny gavo a de- most hospitable puople the Bun ever lightful tea Monday night In honor of shone on take in thu London fair. Ono on any paesonger Mt3 Jennie Gloater, of Gallatin, Tenn., fare for the round-tri- p train. a number of couples greatly which ono-hali m m three-fourt- Em-br- y Bio Pear. Mr. G. Brent Barnelt brought us in a pair yesterday which weighs 14 ounces. It Rrew on a tree only two yoara old and it ia aa delicious ts Coal. I will sell you Falls Branch it ia large. Coal at same price you can buy good Jel- lico coal for. J. B. Higeins, Stanford. A war was imminent at noon yesterday at Lancaster between the Turners and Coal. If you WBnt uato fill your orNavsovera lawsuit. Turner married ders please seo that they come straight. NaveB' daughter and the old man took Now building opposite depot. Noel & her from him, when Turner sued him for Son. damages A dispatch, however, at 4 Hiram Powell, of Lancaster, fell from o'clock said that hostilities did not maa freight train near Rowland Wednesday terialize. afternoon ami waa severely hurt about Bio Businkh). -- Chief Train Dispatcher the head. W. F. Sheridan tells us thu the L. & N. Look at our lino of gente' fancy white is doiDg tho biggest bi'lneas for years. shirts. The prettiest and cheapest in Three night offices have been opened Remember that gooda go at during ho last week and it haa been town. pricea that are truly cash prices. W. necessary to put on a night copyiat. The U. Shanks. company haa secured the contract for Notice. 1 have the Boar Creek pure hauling 5,000 more cars of corn, all of cannel coal at 1 1c per bushel; also the which will puss through this place. .... o Peacock lump coal at 0 and 10c per bushCorner Stone Laid. Rev. W. S. el. Oflico and ynrd, Mill street, oppoGriostead officiated at the laying of the site Roller Mill. J. B. HlgginB, Stan- cornerstone of tho Methodist church to ford, Ky. . . be built near Cedar Creek on the Crab M, tickTub L. & N. will aell round-tri- p Orchard pike. A good crowd waa pres ets on any of its tralnB to the Lebanon ent. Tho preacher the usago fair, 25th to 28th inclusive, at ono fare of his church in the exercises which are To the London fair the same voto will laid down in the discipline. Among the prevail and tickets will bo sold 2Gth to articles deposited under the stone were a 28th, good to 20th. Bible, Methodist Discipline, Methodist . Hymn Book, Central Methodist, The n Conflagration. The, old and Methodist (Morrison), Sunday School Dr. Reld residence, near Paint Periodicals and the Interior Journal. Lick, ws hurned to the ground during The building is to cost about $2,000 and thoafterjoon of Wednesday, we nre in- will seat about 400 formed by the competent and clever mail aent of the Kentucky Central, Mr. Till GOLD PRODUCT. Onarley H. Haydon. This house was on To the Editor ot the Interior Journal. the farm whero our countyman, Mr, An item appears in your issue of the Forestua Reid, waa reared. 1 1th stating that the United States stands The birthday party given little Mirs at the bead of the gold producing t a Josephine Uayden by her parents Mon- tions, having produced in 1S95 $40,250,' day evening proved to boa delightful af- 000. Gold papers are full of the&e mia fair. Somo 75 of her friends were pres- leading statements. The writer has not ent and tho evening nm spent in playing Been an official statement of tho world's gameB and eating the good things that product of gold for 1895; but in 1894 Mrs Hoyden had prepared for the occa- England and her colonies produced 84 sion. The little hostess received L'l million and the United States 39 million, less than half. For 25 yeara England, birthday presents from tho guests. through her Australian, African and Runaway As Mrs. Forestus Reid and South American colonies, has been the daughter, Miss Josephine, were driving great gold producing nation ol tho world, down Logitn Avenue thu other afternoon and tho United States haa been the great their horse became frightened and ran. est silver producing nation. In this Mrs. Reid held to the reins but the ani time England has mined over one bil mal was not stopped until Rev. R. R lion dollar's worth of gold, all of which Noel ran to their assistance and got it could be coined into primary money. In under control. The occupants were bad tho same time the United States has ly scared but not hurt, while the horse mined 1,100,000,000 ounces of silver, not and buggy did not get oil so well. one ounce of which exists to day as pri mary money. The thinking man can The Q. k C. will run an excursion see it. Let the people have light. from Burnsido to Frankfort Sunday. Rockcastle. The train will leave Burnslde at C:40 a. m. and arrive at High Bridge at 10, where Joe Patchen went a mile in 2:01 at the steamer Burnslde, will be taken. Re- Rigby Park, Me., Wednesday, against a turning the entire trip will be mide by strong wind. rail. Tho train will pass McKinney at 8.03, Moreland at S:ll and Junction City NEW ADVERTISEMENT. a. 823 a. tbe faro for tho round trip will be $1 80, f 1.05 and $ 1.50 respectively. BELOW COST! WE HAVE DECIDED TO hi CLOSE OUT OUB W. H. ENTIRE STOCK & CO. And will sacrifice it in order to get rid of a large stock. Everything a Barg? in. WEAREN -- UNDERTAKING BY- m m . . Practical Trimmer, Embalmer And Funeral Director. Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. 'J 3' O O m r "1 well-know- O ?8? 2 3 3 I M i 5 3 -1 g 3 r k eg a. w S M r 1 X !i p a to 0 g x 5 - w 38. 3- - v" O i 1 3 c n o 5 a. ,"2 ov 'A 5 Op3?pSw " erq 0) 8 Jj . HP 3D. s-- r 0 t 3- - T Q U Jfl I H g- - O O S M P tn "i s c n a. ge If you haven't bought you a new o. 3 o Bogy, Phaeton, Sorry or Now is your time. BocKboarO, in j They are going at prices It will the reach of all. soon be time to use d "With tlie exception of two, old has been in every Jar-m- an Executor's Sale of Land And Personal Property. Kami, deceased, Wheat Drills, Land Rollers And the like, and you should see my stock and get my prices before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. mfmmmmmmJM m semi-weekl- funeral proces eiou that has gone through Stanford for the last 10 years," aaid a gentleman who has noticed it. Old J arm an is the flaxy mane and taiVd horse now belonging to Mesara. M. S. & J. W. Baughman, who has done service for tho last 25 years Watch the next funotal proceesion and see if he's cot in it. A executor of James A will on I Thursday, Sept. On the DO'4i 17, 1896, Land. mtmlsef at the late rniJence nf lim A. Harris, sell at public outcty to tho highest bidder Blue-Gras- fc." 'iVfi - B. K. WEAREN. "r"M .J"j 350 AcreB Fine s d. Mies Mollik Buudett was here a fow days on her return from Chicago. She will begin teaching a klndergarton class next month in one of Mr. A. J. Harp's rooms. Mb. J, T. Riffb, and a true from Hustonville yesterday and said that his section is almost solid for Bryan and Bewail, Mbb. ' a red hot free silver-it- o blue democrat, was down with her son, Mr. S.E. Lackey, to make her home with him at Gallatin, Tenn. Her friends regret very much to have her leave, bat tboy are satiEflod the move la the best for all concerned. Messrs. T. P. Hill, J. W. Alcorn, W. P. Grimes and J. U. McAlister went in delegates to the Boltocrat convention at Louisville. Hon. J. 8. Owsley, Sr., also went to see what would be done. Col. W. G. Welch was unable to go on account of illness. Mh. W. U. Shanks, who waa returning from Crab Orchard In chargo of the crowd he went wltb, escaped his keepers and la still at large. He did not get ofl the train here, and it may bo thai ho has gone to Winchester. At any rate requi sltion papers will be sent there for him. Mbb. A. D. Root left yesterday to take charge of the home department of Christian College at Sherman, Texas. Her husband will join her after tho election, as he is bound to stay here and vote for Bryan. Mrs. Root will be mlsaed both at home and in the church n which she ia an excellent worker. Carr-Burdette Martha Lackey left yeBtorday Hon. John D.White The land Is in two tracts, one of about 310 acres and took thu train here Wedneoday night, ated the other of 40 acres. This land iaonntu about throe miles West of Stanford the returning from Casey and Adair conn Mftniord .v Allllrtlgeville turnpike, is in a high state of cultivation, now mostly in grass and Is ties. Tho "Crested Jabawker" soya he well fenced but coutains no other improvements. Louse too ia a winner if he can got a fair count ol It adjoins the dwelling purposestract of givenacres. Possession foi seeding will be after tho votes, but be is fearful that he will day of sale and full possession not later than Jan. t. "897. not get that. He says Oolson'a friends I will also sell at 'same time about 30 head of and the Utter jacks, did him all the dirt possible and in vari horsescolls, brood mares, mules, bred to mules, 8 mulo 6 4 work lack, a lot of yearling and ous counties posted notices that he bad extra old cattle, a lot of hogs, milk cows, hay and withdrawn from the race. Mr. White ed oats and about 400 barrels of new corn, andshell also farming Implements also charges that a number of Tennesaeo- - a lot ofusually found upon a and wagons, &c, such as are regulated farm well ana voted for Coleon and that the ma and also s8 shares of stock in blaniord & Knob Lick pike and 8 shares of stock in Stanford & chinery at Frankfort did all in its power pike. Tbrms The land will be sold for one.third Suicidb. Jamea G. Hail, of Somerset, to defeat him. cash, balance in ia and 18 months, with Interest aged 85, committed suicide Monday from day of sale: seen red br lien on the land. On Firb. A conflagration, personalty: All sums under $10 cash, over that Disastrous night by taking morphine. He formeramount a crcuir, 01 enree monins, note to be exely lived here and was highly thought of, which ia thought to havo started in John cuted ondayot sile with approved personal security, bearing interest from day of safe. but whisky got the best of him and he Shea's tailor shop at Lancaster, caused n S. T. HARRIS, had been going down bill for several loes that is estimated at $30,000, our T. D. English, Auctioneer. Executor. townsmen, Dr. J. B.Owsley and 8. H. years. Shanks, who owned four of the storeConstable Benedict returned yester- rooms, coming in for 7,000 of it above day from Pulaski, where he went to ar- their insurance of $3,000. The other los rest Win. Phelps, alias Silas Hendricks at ers are Mrs. M. A. Thompson & Son. $5.- Norwood. He missed him by two hours 000 on store-rooand atock of gooda and but he got tho pistol and shirt stolen from residence, with $3,500 insurance; u. M. J. J. Belden. The pistol cost f 14, but he Ballou. grocery store. $2,500, insurance, had disposed of it for $1 and tho shirt for $1,000; Stone & Broaddus, furniture deal- little or nothing. era and undertakers, insurance, $1,200 "I had sworn eternal vengeance loss, $2,000; John Shea, merchant tailor, against tho Interior Journal." writes $1,200, Insurance, $300; T. S. Elkin, The New York Journal is the only Metropolitan paper indorsing $450; Morrow k Prof. J. 8. Reppert, "but I find you are butcher, $700, insurance, McRoberts, jewelere, loss not yet estimaacting bo nicely about the Chicago nomipostmaster, entire nees, that I muBt again havo your valua- ted; J. I. Hamilton, loss of fixtures, about $400, no insurance; ble paper." This Is but a sample of tho And It daily publishes articles by the leading many letters we are getting commending Dr. H. O. Herring's office and contents nanciers of the country on both sides of the inour course in submitting to tho will of destroyed; It. E. Mrttoborta, druggist, surance on stock, $2,000, loss, $1,500. The tho majority, expressed in National conNational Bank waa considerably injured vention. and it was with difficulty saved. The It Is progressive, liberal and always rspouses the the masses. The Stanford Baud, composed of the fire was discovered a little after midnight cause olread it, whetherEvery broad minded man should Democrat or Republican. following members, leftTuesdav to dIbv and it was daylight beforo all was for tho Liberty fair: Prof. F. R. Lang, onsumed. It was the largest fire ever Dr. W. It. Penny, E. W.Spidell, William seen in the town, though the 8peaker, O. O. Carson, Casey M. Owsley, same lots havo been burned over three W. U. Brady, D. O. Payne, Ed Wilkin-son- , times. Messrs. Owsley and Shanks had Paily ...One Celt Everywhere Peter Straub, Jr., George DeBord, B. $0,000 insurance until recontly, when Subscription for Ona Month, including Suuday ......uo Cents H. Danka, Ivan Fish, Sid Johnson and thnv drooned $3,000 owing to the high Two Months and a Half.... Ji 00 Ernest Warren. There are three cornsts, rates, caused by there being no protec Send Subscription to three clarionets, three altos, two tenors. tion from fire In the town, xne water one baritone, one tuba and two drum- works question ia again being agitated mers and they make mighty good music. wua a vii". CtrcufctUa Department, NEW YORK. 1 m Tkated Badly. NEW FALL GOODS Coming in Daily. New Clothing', New Shoes, New Hats, New Pants, Percales, Calicos, Apron Ginghams, Bleached and Brown Cottons at prices that competition don't touch in this section. NOW IS A GOOD TIME To buy Cotton Goods. They will never be as cheap again. We offer A Yard Wide Brown Cotton at 4c. visit JUST FOR A FLYER You should Are You Afraid ? Short length woolens at half price. Odds and ends in Hosiery at a triflle only. Our Rem riant Counter To Read Both Sides of The Question? SEVERANCE & SON. Bryan and Sewall, fi- iiues-tr- y "Silver Versus Gold," KEEPYOUREYE Withers' Furniture Store And you will profit by looking through occasionally. An Elegant Sideboard in Oak, 7 Foot Tall. 4 Feet Wide, With 14x24 Bevel Plate Glass, for $10 00. I propose giving my customers, who have been faithful and true, unprecedented low prices this fall. ill-fat- Tbe New York Jonraal. -- W. W. WITHERS, Undertaker, and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Matting, Wall Paper, &c, Stanford, Ky. . The New York Journal, & L ' t' "' , j'yg 1 3. i J T Uy v- itr. A VJLa emi-Week- ly Having bought or J, W Adams his Coal Plant John Whlpp, of ScottBville, is visitand good will at Itowland, Ky..I will continue the ing hia father, J. W. Wblpp. Mrs. Coal llusleess at said place W. T. SAUNDERS will have charge cf It as he la well known In that D. W. Vandeveer'B Miea Emma ran Young, of Rolling Fork, ia visiting her Published Every Tuosday and Friday Ntar Railroad Crotsing, East of Depot, end ol the covnlr. AT Loving left V. SAM 44 last at Newport Tuesday. eon, A. P. Young. J. W. J. It. 11IGOINS. STANFORD, KY. IFSJR YKARIN- .AJO VJV.NOT3 Joe White sold to W. H. Prewitt, of Tuesday for a short visit to Wayne coun- Good, Clean, Cheap.. I will take all the hides I can get Corn and ltay taken Is a Candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln County, subHILLjU. for cash or In trade lor leather on ject to the action ol the democratic pa ty. IWWben not so paid S2.50 will b charged." In exchange. Come nnd see ut. Boyle, a bunch uf feederB at 3c. ty. Maj. Watt Drye, tho primeval, abocourt days at Stanlord or at my home in Chat. Knti.lin, Tanner Hogb. 75 nice stock dors for sale. riginal free eilver man of Liberty, who CALL ON K. G. LOCAL TIME CARD. GARLAND left our classic little city during the bleak G. 8. Shelby. 8belby City, Ky. T. J. Hill bought o! J. M. Hubble a days of early spring without leaving beIs a candidate for Superintendent Public Schools Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. m., and 4:05 I of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the p. m., returning at a:jo p. m., and 9:10 p. m. hind him a single believer of his faith to bunch of yearling cattle at $12 50. democratic party STANFORD, KY., Free Silver Johnson bought in Lea champion the cause, haa returned. He I am back from the cities with everything that L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. is new and preltv in the Millinery line a visit entered Casey's proud little metropolis Pocket Key Cheekt by Mall for only county, Va., 33 long yearlings at 2.00. Centt. S. to my store win convince you thai this stock is ror Ilsggage and Key Wo. 4, Train going North... U 37P in The cotton crop of Georgia haa boen with oa much pride and political enthus- all kinds, Badges, nogChecks, Metal Checks of Is a candidate 'or A mm tor of Lincoln county, mi moil com pine. f I.irrme :f!hfVa ICmr " No,6, ' 3 3 Elegant line Linens and Embroidery Material. and " ...... .! a 04 pa cut off South .. by the recent dry iasm eh a conquering hero would return mugs, inaint, A c Mamniniron Metal.'"". cen- - subject to the action cf the democratic party. No. as, MISS LICCIE nr.AZLtY, erai repairing. snop over at u. r.imoifi's store, .. .......... t 03 pm No.aj, to his own beloved land, after having Stanford, Ky. S6 Stanford, Ky weather. QUEEN & CRESCENT. eaya there waa no Been all opposing forces crushed into in HOLOAItX The Advocate stock on the market Monday worth re- significance by hia superior generalship, l a candidate for Train 1 past Junction City as lollowi: of Lincoln county, A. S. Co., aubject o the actiouAttetsordemocratic patty. vf the and with a merry twinkle in hia eye, hia No. x bouth 11.07pm ISO, 1 North ...341 p m porting Surgeon " 3 ' ......ta.09 a m " 4 ...1.00 pm face wreathed in smiles, nnd an admira'fllJgMlfiete " 5 " .... .." 3S n " 6 " Ky. ...3.15 am Dentist, SAMUEL M. ...600 am field, 111., a sow Bold for 51,310 nnd SS av- ble eloquences in his .resounding tones, 9 " ......835 pm "10 " Not a. Not. 4 and 5 and 9 and 10 run no Is a the Major found to hia infinite deligbt &3T Sheriff of Lincoln County, eraged $107. Ky. WARNING.-- ! ject candidate for of the democratic party. subthan Junction City. All trains stop there. to the action George McKinney bought in Casey that all the boya had joined the on movOffice over McRobertt' Drug Store in the Owsler want to give those who owo warning and Adair counties a bunch of fat heifers ing throng, and were iu tho band wagon, that ewe shall give them two weeksus fair to settle Building. more up with ut, and if they do not come up in that under tho protecting folds of the anda'eeraat 2 to2J. lime, we shall put their account in lhi hands of It a canJIdate for Assessor of Lincoln County, banner of democracy ai it anotHcer. Louis Walz bought of B. Chancellor MKKSHON ,V GRUEK. subject to the action of the democratic party. "floatagaylyon heaven'a willing bretze" Your support is earnestly solicited. a few lambs at 2jc and of J. H. Hilton with the brilliant resplendency of "a CARROLL some heifers at 2c. Desirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten DAILSV. doc navi Acres of I and, For tfale. Hat on it a good, rAm. M. F. Samuel Brown sold to J. 0. John- beam from India's coral strand." The . tollable Dwelllar nf hi. Konma. ami all c& son, of Boyle, a small bunch of butcher Major is now often Been on our Btreets, Is a candidate for Attetsor of Lincoln County, outbuildings. One yard hydrant and one for waterlog stock, also a splendid, never (ailing will, subject to the action of tho democratic party. cattle at 2c and a few yearling heifers et poped in the most logical attitude, with tor luithcr particulars apply to Proprietors in the most approved arms extended J AS. IMMILEY. 23c. 3 Ktanfoid, Ky. EMBRY Came to my place a black heifer. form of gestures, expounding the prin. Is a candidalo for Attestor of Lincoln Couuly. Owner can get her by paying for this no- ciples of democracy in eloquent strains STANFORD, KY. el the democratic party. and tublcct the tice and her keep. A. G. Huffman, of logical reasoning that can not fail to Horses handled under Ssddle and In Hsrnets, earntttlyto asks actiou support. our when listen- and prepared tor sale. carry conviction with them, Stanford. roadsters and saddlers bought and sold on I will from now on deliver the Stanford Faclory.t T. M. Olaikson, of the West End, ed to in a calm, unpredjudiced, philoso- ball mile trick and best stables commission. Good C. G. in the country. I Ice regularly every morning, Price phical manner, thuB infusing Into bis took the blue tie in the rockaway ring Is a candidate (or Asiesior of Lincoln, subnet to 100 Pounds and Ovor 40c per 100. action of the democratic party Thinking th and harnesa maro ring at tho Lawrence-bur- g hearer, by the magnetism of his comISouthcrn end of the county it entitled to a slice manding presence, the great, unanswerFair. ol the pie beatkt jour support. Anv 'amount between 10 and 10a lb. at Ucln. All bflls mutt poiitUelybe paid tho flrst of rtch -- At the tale of Isaac Wilson, near able principles of democracy that is yet m nth. Absolutely Puro.l Bardstown, 26 yearling cotton mules sold to be the "saving grace" of the Americau SALE. Ufa workman of cream of tartar baking pow- at $42 50 and eight head of work mulea people while "something is rotten in the A SHELBY & SHELBY, atato of Denmark," der. Highest of all in leavening from $50 to $100. 14 YEARS A gocd Retldtoce House In Stanlord, with In the iankB of democracy "breathes strength. Latest United StatcsGov-erwnen- t to John B. FosWoods & Lynn aold ttore house on tarns lot, lor tale. The lot contains acre, and can be easily divided, putting Report. ter and J. H. McAlister a lot of stock there a man with soul so dead" that he and residence on tri aisle lata. At reason raise hi Odorless Water Closets, Frost-Proo- f able price ana cu cat, terms. Apply to EOYAL BAKING POWDERICO. ewea at $2 and to W. P. Given9 a bunch can not do as theof Major, and principles Ky. I. N. SAUNDERS Stinlo 3J the living voice in defense Water Pipes, Porof feeding cattle at 3jc. City, - Kontuokv. New York. the vital iesueB of the day that the celain Bath Tubs Mr. Lewis P. Mulr, formerly of Bourr list- Class Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very bon county, and widely known aa an auc democratic party in their lawful, para- A specialty. Reasonable Kate. A portion of your patronage Is WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO respectlully solicited, it Cia. tioneer of short born cattle, died last mount capacity, enunciated at Chicago, NONE. Gilt edge reference In and out and placed before the world "in letters of And see the new Halt at Ml t. Duddcrar't Liberty, Me,, Bgt d 6 yeare. ol the State Ask your Danvllli week, at I'athlon this week New Lcgon. new THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, living iKht." And phced a man in Iron friends about my walk. Panamas ail the new Persian effects In Hover, B. G. Fox sold three southern borets and Ribbess. Handsome goods but Lew Prices. to carry these principles into eflect that to Waterman & Co., of Macon, for $2S5. Drett tts latest its le and T. F. CLARKE, notice. making dooe inD. Dl'DDKKAK. on then had tho courage before and after the conM. Mr. Waterman bought 10 horses at Fox's MRS. KATK Ill'DDKRAR. Clement lloute llulldlng, Danville, Ky. to speak his eentimentB on the Is Agent for The stable Monday at from $50 to $100. Ad- vention live political issues that are agitating the : vocate, : Ky, L,i.c tin. Co. country from pit to dome one who all W. A. Hail sold to Wm. Moreland Office on Laccaster Street, at Residence. And The men know how he Btande, and know 17 two-yeold cattle at 3c. H. D. ON IMPROVKU FARMS principle, and Banghraan sold to same six of same at that ho stands thus from Aotna Accident Insurances 3J1. j&kt .& rJSx&S, wait until after the In Lincoln county, Ky,aif per cent , semi an same price and S. H. Shanks five 1,110 that he does not Company. nual interest, no commission charge! Aedrrtt meeting of his party in a National capac pound cattle at $3.10. GKO W PAVY. Room 17, Kenyan llullding, first ard Most Favorable Terms el Insurance & to ted him how ho Btande, but one Ky. ror blank applications and furThe Times saya there were cn'y 13 ity ther Information, Iniuire ol j N. baundcrt, AtKentucky. torney, Stanlord, Ky. court day and they who goes into this sovereign assembly catlleat Georgetown form the issues and mold the WILL CURE sold at 3 cents. J. W. Allen, of Lin- and helps work in every particuGuarantees shape, characteristics and individuality lar. Prices reasonable. Has had 13 years' coln, sold 327 sheep at $2 to $2.50 and Scrofula, Salt Rheum, 91 3m of hia party. All hail to such a chief & several lots sold at leea prices. Sores, Boils, Pustules, A prominent trader gives it as hie LAUREL COUNTY FOR FREE SILEczema, Tetter, Ky, in cattle will bring opinion that VER. and all diseases of the blood and Sole proprietor Draa't Black Diamond Rool GO days. The trade haa been the next I'alnt. Kiunates furnished for painting Wood, J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, (Intended lor last itsue ) & Makes You Well. .Metal and lion Roofs, Satlslaclian guarantied. very steady at 4ctnta and all indications The sound money convention held NOW OPEN. All roots painted with Dean's Black Diaiaond - point to an advance. Winchester DemIndigestion, constipation and dysPaint guaranteed for years. Dcalirt in n here on last Saturday was a big "fizzle." I'umpt and Ualvinned Iron Fillers, Itttvsa-Ixe- d ocrat. pepsia, kidney and liver disease Present Engagements Give Prom Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Dav. and Black lion Roofing uf alt kinds, bad been extensively advertised by si tt Caution. Since we use nothing but It yield to its curative powers and and otherwise, but only ise of Largest AttenRemodeled and refurnished throughout. Large select wheat, and guarantee every pound hand-bill- s when cured it Koomj. swauommodiouscarapio Brock Halls and office connected by Electric Bells. of our flour, you ahould insist on having "four1" were prrsent. Chas. It. dance for Years. Keeps You Well. NATIONAL BANK Prompt and polite service to guests. 47 our goods Some other mills are grind- was elected chairman and M. B. Jones, electing amutty and musty wheat. J. II. secretary, the following were then Sold in Lincoln county by ;or STANroRD, ky. New Chefs. New Hess. Mew Kusic. ed delegates to the Louisville convention: Baugbman & Co. W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. Celery is one of the coming crops in Charles It. Brock, M. B. Jones, If. C. WRITE FOR TERMS. Capital Stock- - SIOO.000 " Penny's Drug Store, 7. 0. BILEY. Proprietor, Florida. A wholesale dealer of Roches- Thompson and Chas. H. Moses. Laurel " Craig & Hockcr, CUS HOFMANN, Proprlotor. Surplus London. - - - Kentucky. ter, N. Y , has b en buying it by the county is for free silver and Bryan. m W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. 3tf P. R. Phillips. New York. carload lots and shipping it to Attention of the public Is invited to the far " F. B. Twidwell, W. D. Wxavxr. I hare moved to my new Hotel and am bettsi He sajs they will do we)l at the North that this Is the only National Bank in Stanford than ever to accommodate the public Under the provisions of the National Dank J. A. Hammond, Hubble, ood Livery attached, and every convenience dt to make f GOO an acre, but in Florida ttcy are secured not only by the capital Maryland has a whipping post law Tanner Bros., McKinney. tired. Give m a call. stock, but bv ,he tok holders' liability lor aa can make 33,000 an acre. yy FRANK RILEY. for wife beaters and tbe first conviction amount equal to the stock, so that depositors Cl J. F. Alstott, Powers. this Institution are secured by a fund of 1400,00a. The loEsby death of Wallace Dare, and sentence under it goes to John Boot?, Five sworn statements of thecondttion of the beak Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. A. G. I.anham the splendid young saddle stallion be- John I!. Cattleman. Junction City, Ky. are made each yearto tbe United States govtia-mean engineer, who beat his better half. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. and lit assets are ciamlned at stated tissM 1 nging to Mr. J. E Farris, is greatly reby government agents, thus securing addititona The eenterce is SO days and 10 lashes on d periect tafctr to denotitort. gretted hy all lovers of equine flesh. He his naked back. Yours for Health, New Management, This Institution, originally established as the was one of the handsomest sons of CheaDeposit Bank of Stanford in iljS, then James T. Cooke, Robert Montgomery died at Willtea-barrExtensive Improvements, ittd aa the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S01 and ter Dare and promised to rival bis great Harrodsburg, Ky. as the First National Bask ol again Pa., of fright at a supposed ghost. INSURANCE COMPANY sire in the show ring as well as a breedExcellent Appointments. Stanlord in iui, hat had practically an d esistenceof it yean. It Is better supplied er. for rep-pic- a Interior Journa: - ARM AND TRADE ITEMS. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. Gentry Broa. bought of W. H. 25 hoga at 3c. ITOXIi & SON, DEALERS IN COAL, J. B. THOMPSON, NOTICE! It a candidate for Congress in this, the Eighth District, subject to the action of the Democratic Partjr. fa MENEFEE UrnrO Oltsfi-hel- SINGLETON GREEN F. G. BRADY, TO THE LADIES m FRANK one-thir- d St. Asaph Carriage Stanford, FAIR J. F. PRICE, AtaPoland-ObinahoRealeatSprin- g OWENS wf&0$ ?gg fur-h- Stanford, ROYAI Sew time-honore- d EMMETT aicCORUACK FOE SAXiS. BAILEY IDIIYE, ELKIN .-- Trahiliijj and Sale Stable Flrit-cla- n JOE T. ICOJEo- BAKER POWDER Superior Plumbing! EXPERIENCE RESIDENCE FOR store-bous- e Props. Livery, Feed mid Sale Stable, - Junction SB. W. B. PEinrsr, Gome One, Coxno All. Tern-rlo- ol m. w. jomrsoxr, I Deutlst, Stanford, ar Cooke's MONEY To LOAN New York Bricklayer Kirit-Clu- Stonecutter expe-(ence- Stanford, s Sarsaparilla 1 . 1 BARKER HOUSE, t 1 CRAB ORCHARD J. T. JOXTES, Stanford, Tin Sheet Iron Works, TTs SPRVCS Somerset, Kentucky. ln tit-In- tor FIRST THE EILEY HOUSE -- 23,700 LlnniePta Sprinj nt e, uulnter-rupte- OF LIVERPOOL. :l a i WILD WOMAN CAPTURED. I BSRBEE CaSTLEMSH. MANAGERS, Texas Find a Queer Creature Itouuilnir the .SwHmps. Deputy Sheriff Vcstnl nnd C. O. CarOHIcpm The most accttilble Summer Rrtert iu Ken- ly and liberally than ever before In Its long and tucky. The greatest diversity ol Mineral Watert honorable career. Accounts of corporstlont, fiduto be found any where. While Sulphur, Black ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully toileSulphur, Chalybeate, Kpsoin, Magnesia, Sail, ted. The Directory of this Back it composed ol Alum, Vc., in an abundance. Hept every Friday night Music by splendid orchestra. Write lor Forcttua Itesd, Lincoln county; Circular and Analrsls of watert. Table first' S. T. Harm, Lincoln; Class. now with lacililles transacting business prompt m s- - lisle arrived iu Wnpalmchie, Tex., the Commerce Building, Louisville. other evening with u wild woman captured iu the swiimpd near Palmer. Agents Throughout the South. When captured, tho woman had on but little clothing and refuted to talk. Sho is n giant in stature, nnd her hands and local agent, feet tiro twico tho sizo of n inan'H. Her and aro scratched Stanford, - - - Kentucky. feet aro baro with briersbadly brambles. from contact and 37tf After tho woman had been in jail Eomo time it was suggested that sho PUBLIC SALE. horo tho appcarauco of a Bohemian, and On Saturday, August 29, 1896, a Bohemian xvua sent to the jail to bee if sho could bo induced to talk, but to At to o'clock, I will tell my FARM, containing no avail. Her captors think sho lias situated about j miles irom Stanford 104 ACRES, on tho Lancaster pike. The farm is in a high strayed from ono of tho Boheminn state 01 cultivsllon, tue land it good ana well waiu tho poutheasteru portion of tered. It bas a ttory dwelliDg containing five rooms, good stable and necessary out buildings tho county. t and a good orchard Terms: cash and The farmers quit work when tho wild balance due Jau i, 1897, with 6 per cent, interest lrom dayof sale The sale will take place on the woman approached them in company premises. W. T STONE. with tho ofllccrs. Some thought pho was Schroder tho healer, while others wero San Francisco. juro it wns tho devil of tho woods, Portland whoso prehenco has been attracting n Jo tbe good deal of nttoutiou of late. St. Louis J. 3 B. OWENS & SON, Junction City, Ky. J. W. A. We do not propose directly to make you a present, but if you need anything in our line, you can save enough money by dealing with us to make yourself a nice present. Come and see the many things we arc offering "AT COST.Sa Two Farms For Sale. Farm No. 1 contains 191 acres In Washington county, Ky . the greater part of which is in grass; well watered; with good Improvements, including new metal roof tobacco barn far 10 acre crop. This farm la situated iu what it pronounced the best district In Kentucky for White Burlcy Tobacco, Comfortable residence houso. Farm Nn 4 rnntaln. too acres in same localitv. Large stock and tobacco with brick dwelling-barnt. Uneol the best Improved fain.s in the county. noth farms are in fine stale of ureseivatlon. well watered ond fenced. Closuto K. It. depot, schools, market anu on a nne (urnpmp. For information apply to J. N. SAUNDERS, Stanford, Ky. so J. H. H. Colliei, Lincoln; W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. Raughtnan,! Lincoln; J. S. Hocktr, Stanford ; W. A. Tribble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M, J. Miller, Ml. Vernoa.Ky Hocktr, President; J no. ). McRobertt, Cathlnr; A. A. McKinney, Attt.Cathlir J. W. P. TATE, Stanford. 1 H. G. RUPUEY, 7" THE V Farmers BanMTrnst Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - Co OK STANFORD, KY., Imowfully.org tailed and ready (or business with 1 One-hal- $200,000. u,O0O. 43-t- d PUBLIC SALE.- - Globe-Democra- t. MERGHANT TAILOR -- As Assignee ol Beazley Bros, and Mrs M. A. Beazley, I will, on TUESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1896 On their premises, one mile from Stanford on the liustcnville turnpike, sell publicly the life estate of Mrs. M. A. tltaxluy in Via The fiMlilllMISlMI twasazrervaMg wi f)) tOUISYIttE iSt,zinrwwmrt 1 :hic fiiKspr A Dcnortliiii. Under tho trees whom tho brunches Murmur a wilndy tundur iind low, Wliuro tho butttrfliua aport with tho sunbeams tlmt shiver Ami shift o'er tho water that balllo and Ab, hero nro dcllghta huh, Is Receiving his- - t" V Only.Dinlng Car Route From that our words cannot measurot 'Tin tranquil from morn till tho net of the ure crowning bliss in n region of pleas- flow IPBm& AKB SlfJMMCIiDB Stock. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. BLUR-GRAS- 83 ACRES OF LAND, the remainder interest in same And also bclcngingto Beailey Bros Two eighths of the remainder are owned by other persons who will, at a lair price, convty their interests to the purchrsrr ol the atove, aod the residue of tho remainder Is owned by a minor iq years old. A bond will be given the purchaser that, on attaining her majority, aho will couvey her in crest to hint at same rate the rest of the land sells. Also a tract ct SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL-BANOK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the samt atsets and under the same management. By provisions of lis chatter, depositou axe as protected as aie depositors in National fully Banks, its shareholders being held individual)! luole to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value therool, in addition to the amount invested In such shares. It may act as eaecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully u an individual. To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us while mnaglng the Lincoln National Bank al Stanlord, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their butinett with ut, offering at a guarantee for prompt ansa-lio- n to same, our twenty years eipenonce ia banking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. coa-slste- nt X4OXJIS12rI3CX.E Elegant Pullman Veatlbuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any Information, address E. H. BACON rilANK J.REID.) D. P. A . O. P. Agent, Louisville Chicago. Be sure to call for Motion Route. , For horo j J. TO CHICAGO. IK It There comes not a murmur of "10 to 1." S HERD OK THE Tho phrase haunts the throng llko a menacing X3COGS. VXSSfSZf specter To cunt o'er the soul a deep shadow of caro; Breeders were selected from the best herds Insidious It lurks, llko a patient collector, ily To claim of your time and attention u share. of this famous breed of swine in several different States. A splendid lot ol pigs of diHerent ages Bo here's for tho wood, whoro in leafy bccIu Bred sows a specialty. Satisfaction RED 4B ACBKS OF slon roproaches of duty undono And ungalluntly lildo from tho doubt nnd con Wo miss tho for sale. guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address Denver. St Paul. fusion Which rage In this battlo "10 to 1." Washington Star. o'er R. H. BRONAUGH, Ky Crab Orchard, Horsc8,!iCoww,20 fcJtoulc Ilojjs.Sfj AercuG-rowliiCorn, O of Outs, O oV33a.vloy, hoii-t WiiRons, full BotnTnrmlmplomontH, Szo. Terms made known on day of sate. t8td J. B. TAXTON, Atslgnee. Belonging to Beailey Bros., adjoining the above, originally apart of the tame tract, uood dwelling ana out buildings on the tract. Alto JA.!, lO Williams, Mt. Vernon ; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; J.S.Owaley, Stanford; S J. Emory, Stanford; J. B. Owsley, Stanford; J. Catb, Stanford; William Gsoch, .Stanlord; A. W.tCsrpenter, Mlllecgeville, DIKKCTOHS: f S, H, Shanks, President, ; Dt, J.1I. Owsley, Cashier, W. M. 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