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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896082801 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. ' -- J r,WT'1-l- ' Ti" Semi VOL. XXV. kidws stork. MffHfB w JLJLiJ.JL- - JL interior. Journal, NO. 52 LAXCASTKR, GARRARD COUNTY., The fire agency of It. Kinnaird has! WILLIAM SHELTON, made an amicable adjustment of all loss- in Students iaj. Teacheri Allipeslalists . I. J,l oIm.i u ,. ..........I VIl .i. i... .Milh.m,. r. ISTaln.l nnrl 7,Mnn rl.ti M MmThoroughinri K AriltlnnUatn. Greek,In French. EniMth. ua iiviu n.ninoi II, uu nLIilllll I11U . Atl 1MB II11D thn Nlfmtil Gritisfttctioii ot Knntuckr : diiiinzinihed for Healthtu tie! of climi'e, betuty or sceuer, refinement lire, amounting to about $12,000. I your daughter opens Soptombor 7. H)fre deciding where you will tec of sicicty. Kail The new Methodist church has been next year, bo sure to write for Our Now Catalogue. Aidrest, If MRS. NANNIE S S A.UFLEY, Lady Principal, Scintord. Ky. completed, and it is oneof the most lovely sanctuaries in the State. Mr. William George had cliHrge of the ixquisite workmanship. -- The crand jury has adjourned, returning 150 indictments, all but four of Canvas and Zinc, Flat and Round, Regular and Wall Top which were fur mUdemennorp, including unlawful Belling ol whisky, carrying weapons, Ac. The indictmer.t against Win. Simpson, charged with beinr accessory to tic murder of Wm, Cumley, whs filed, on Tuesday, Jones, tho principal, who hap been sentenced or Wit, refusing to lei y Telescopes, Valises and Traveling Hags. against him. Hon. J. Mort Rothwe.ll will spejk at Brodhcad, to morrow, 29th, on tho currency question. George M. Davisou, the gum shoe statesman of your city, has re5?rci ... o fused to debate with him. We do not blame Davison, for there wouldn't be gn tno enough left in him to grease a gun . on STANFORD KY... FRIDAY. AUGUST 28.1896. IIUSTOXVILLK, Allen it Lyons shipped two car loaue of bntchercHttla to Cincinnati Tuesday, Mr. LyouB accompanying tho shipment. Our public school opened with, about 10 In attendance, which ia very encouraging. Our people are taking more Interest in tlu school than ever before. Miss Helen Taylor ttsaiste Miss Mary ThoiiipHon this yHr. There will he preaching eerv'esat the Presbyterian church and tomorrow ami also Sunday. Sunday morning the Lord's Supper will be celebrated. Kev. W. T. Overstreet wi.l pnmch Ht nil of these seniles All are cordlnliy invited. Dr. W. U. Penny will l.iin Huton-vill- e next Monday, August 31. Cull at once and have your dental work done, na his stay will be limited. Entire satisfaction guaranteed Crown and bridge work n specialty. Room No. 1, Weath-erfor- d Hotel. A few days since, while Mrs. John Dinwludiu and her daughter, Mrs. Lou Carpenter, were driviog along tho . pike, the horse became frightened and ran with them aa far as Sam Reid'a place, whuj ho was stopped. Tho ladies, though badly scared, wore not hurt and neither wae the horse. Our base ball enthusiasts went out the other day to practice and to see if a team could not bo organized hero. Hid luck attended the meeting, however, for aa Arthur Cirpeuter and Beecher Adams were sprinting after the samo lly they collided and Beecher'e teeth wero loosened, liis mouth cut and eye blackened, while the force of the blow knocked him crazy for awhile. Walker n sprained his foot In the same game and now is compelled to drag about on crutches, hii interesting invalid. Mre. Win Bell was buried in our cemetery Mundny Hfteruoou, services at the grave. Slits died of typhoid fever. Mr. Judith Oarponter, wifwot Win. Carpenter, who was Mies Judith Pheibv before mr.rrltge, died in Texas, Aug. 17i!, agei "0 years. Mr and Mrs. Cnrpenler uid, to Iiim at CtrpmUnr'a Station, near lur-hut removed to Texas some yema biucu Tho death of James Bibb caused HshocKtohi many (rituals lure hs it was not known that he was even sick. Miai Lena Goode, Mrs. Arch Frve ami Mrs. John GjoJc were among those who went to Cincinnati Sunday on an excursion. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Swine-broaof Hubble, were at Squire Adams' Sunday. J. It. Cook, of Lawrenceburg, is visiting in the community. Dr. L. F. Hutlmau and wife, of Lexington, are here. Miss Mary Ad.ttna has returned from a visit to Hubble. Jerry Adams lull Sunday for a visit to Texas. Miss Hettie Logan hs returned from a visit to relatives in Alabama She brought wi'.ti her Mrs. Ohloo Aditms' little daughter, Murray. Mrs. Higgins, of Lexiugtcn. who has been visiting at tho home of Charles Wheeler, returned home Monday. Si in Logan has ranted a shop and is going into the harness buinesa at Liwrenceburg. He says there: is a good opening there for his business. Mr. T. J. HobiiiBOii is back from a sojourn at a mountain watering pUce. He was at Clear Creek Springs, four miles from Pineville. in Bell county. He saya the mud or sediment from the Springs is used by the natives as a sure cure for everything from a corn in a cancer. He left liia brother there and says that he improved rapidly during tho whole time. S.u-- CiucKRU Monday night tho bold cracksman got in hia work in our town. An entrance was attempted at tho store of Isaac Steele, hut Georye Weatherford, who sleeps nxt door, whb awakened and shouting at the burglars, frightened them of. They fjreed open tho doorof tho ollbo of 0. C. VanArs-dal- e at the mill and broke two bite in trying to bore a hole into hia safe. Their haul was made at the etnru of OharltH Wheeler. They forced hia front door open and blew tho door off his safe and extracted 1 10 In money thereftom. Mr. Wheeler can not tell just what ho has lost from his stock, but he knows that they took four Stetson hats valund ut J5 each, f Jtir pairs fine ladies' shoes nnd several gold watches. In all he thinks his lose, will amount to at least $150. Some time ago hia store was burglarized u id these same watchea stolen. They wera afterwards found near Cynthiana in a hollow stump aud nc ivered by Mr. Wheeler. There were live men at least in this party. Four kept guard on tho street while the cracksman was opening the safes. While they were at work in Mr. Wheoler'a store, Dr. Brown camo to his f .ont door. Ono of tho men on guard presented a glittering gun in tho doctor's face and ordorod him back to bed. He displayed more nerve than most of us would have done uudor tho same trying circumstances, aahe tarried long enough to exchange a few words with the bold, bad man before he retreated. Ho did not ro to bed, however, but went bsck through the house nnd aroueed his maneervaut and sent him "heroes lota the back way to arouse tho marshal. By the time n pursuing force was organizsd and on the track of the robbers they had disappeared, leaving no cluo behind them. ht A GOLD liVG LIE. na, Inil , cinity. Casoy's annunl fnir cloeed last Friday with unexpected and unhoped-fo- r success, adding additional fame to hir citizens' cordiality ami hospitality. Sam Roblneon, Coin CHrponter'a brtfls, ono of tho most universally esteemed colored citizana of thia end, wea married to Mrs. Mattio Jtaldocl: last Wednes dHy. Sam's white friends aro aa nnmer-on- a aa hlaacqualntanceB, and nil join in eiucereat wishes for their prjsporlty and happiness. Sam could imver make up his mind that iiiirriagft ia not a failure till ho is verging on tho patriarchal boundary but better late than never. 1 want to warn all my frienda who foslleve in cures by the laying on of hands, by incantations, invocations and nil necromantic hocus poena ngalnst Doc tors Red John llrlght and Thomas Jef ferson Hatcher, of your town, are the worst quacks that ever set up as voudoo hosiers. They essayed to hoodoo a wart for me nearly three months ago and that wart improves In Biz with age instead of disappearing as promised. However, in justice to the gentlemen it should be they practice on tho "no cure, no pay" plan. Candidates aro beginning to circulate pretty freely, among us, and even at this juncture the I.ntiiuoh Jouunais procln nation that a consistent record is powerful good stock in trade won never more evident. Alllnlty, consanguinity, (rater nal and church organizations count little now it tho record l not transparent. The democrats of our hitherto end are many ol them the enthusiastic ptrtisans. A low da) a aco h representative republican exclaimed to an old Hum democratic farmer, "Wh if free silver carries that mare you tide will be worth I'.'OO," and that old man didn't fall oil his horse. Of such is the kingdom of high tariil and plutocracy. Though Casoy tout n gold standard delegation to the State democratic convention and almost every democrat of tho county who had expre&ded his currency convictions, except Major Vti Dryc, was a gold bug, the good example and influence of her piiuripal churHi add-i9that Asliby and Ingram, of Galearo viftUlii relatives of thla vi- To the Kditor ol the Interior Journal. THE STAXTFORD FEMLU We find another characteristic clip- Ding rilBSIHtf around as fnllnwn: "Tim 00111.13013. President. Brad-fords- vl luke-war- Pink-erto- Kuveriiiueni coined out js.wu.uuu in Ml- ver prior to 187a. Since then there haB bei coined the sum of $GSS,000,000." This is one of the stock in trade lies retailed by Mr. Davison and kindred spirits to befool the ignorant. It requirfH great ingenuity to concentrate two big life in one abort sentence. Ti o total h Ivor coinage of all kinds . from j7UJ to 1, 1S9 J, wts C3 1,009, till).15 und f 105.000 000 of this was coin ed prior to 1S73 A iie conceded under the garb of truth is the mention of all lien. It is true that prior to J873 only 58,000,000 in dollar pieces were coined, bat in u,h time neatly J 100,000,000 in Hubbidiary money had been cnind. At no time prior to 1S00, when coinage virtually ceaBed, did the United States 500,000 silver annually from her mines. Hence it became very d ill- cult to secure and retain a supply. Ow Ing to tho bettor French ratio of 15J to 1 hiiver iu this country stood at a prem ium over gold and there was a great disposition to export silver dollars. To avoid this, subsidiary coin waa made unlimited legel tender, and all silver was was coiued into these minor pieces, which having more alloy in them, would not be exported. BesideH this f 105,000,000 silver coinage by our mintB prior to 1S73 the coinage of other nations was legalized and there waa in circulation prior to 18G0 about J100.000.000 Spanish, French, Mexican and other foreign colus. Hence iu 1S50, we may pretty safely infer that theto was more silver in circulation per capita tbitti at the present time. And tho vital point is, that prior to 1SG0 silver wsb real money, primary money, ueed by banks hs reserve fund nnd redemption monej ; but not ono dollar of our hiiver is primary or redemption money. Let the people luvo light. 11 D-c- H J. M'ROBERTS. coi.-C'sl- rd ;1 f-f- H. J. M'ROBERTS. DRUGS AND BOOKS. lock. I -- ' or-gt- n, the I.NTKiuou Jouknal, wero mani- fest in failure of the lioltocin'a after faithful search to tlnd n slngla apostttn in tho r tula who would lend himself to the ftrceol convening, rteolutiiig and ropu dialing the platform and nominees of the National democratic convention. Casey was not represented, even by proxy, in the lachrymose convocation t Louiiviile and lur drat representative democrat has yet to align himself with that faction which claims immaculate conception und declares Itsolf not only better und holier but m a very thin their brethren bmall, sublimated part, mucli bigger than the majority. Sound money democrat, Jamea (Jo alter, had only diksouraping re eponsea for Chairman Davie's revolution nry suggestions and requests first, informing the gentleman that, being a democrat, the wrong gentleman had been approached, and secondly, he could not suggest a democrat in the county who would stultify himself by tho proposed bolt. All praise to tho loyal elect of Casey, and her loyal organ, which inevita bly would need buidaging to avert burst ing if oue half the commendation heard on all sides wero repeated. Oaaov swears by Editor WhHou, anyhow, as the highest type of an admirable newspaper man that the State can boast. The I. J. is requested to request the democrats ol .all the country round about Hustonyillo, including adjacent Cmoy, to meet at the metropolis of the West End Saturday, Sept. 5th, for organizition of tho biggest democratic club in Lincoln. d, two-mont- (i k KIXGS villi:. Tho depot Ih being repaired, and is receiving a much needed coat u( paint. Services were conducted at the Christian church Sunday. Rev. J. L. Alleni of Danville, olllciated. The camp meeting which has been conducted here for tho past three woeka closed Suuday to the regret of fcomo and ealijfaclion of others. Mr. llardln S. Young has opened hia school hero with an unusually small attendance, owing to bo many of the young folka being employed in the cannery. Mr. E. W. Oreighton, who accompanied Mtssra. Ed McCarty, Moses Tanner und Winter Wright to Dallas, Texas, returned Saturday. Ho reports dull times In tho West and save he now kno a how to appreciate hia Kentucky homo. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Travis, who have spent BBveral pleasant weeks with Mrs. D. A. Twaddle, will return to their homo in Chattanooga Thursday. Mr. nnd Mrs. V. L. Pearls, who have been in Yose mite for several diys, returned Monday. Messrs. Charlie Groves, of Clay City, and Joe Williams, of McKmuey, spent Sunday hero. Mrs. George Ball, of Lexington, who has boon visiting her daughter, Mre. McCarty, returned to her homo Wednesday. M. II ! Bourne, tho Lexington lawyer, who tried to assist prisoner in es$500 caping from the Jill, was hald In - bond. At this writing the trial of William Henry, charged with committing an assault on Mies Nora Stewart, is in progress. A largo crowd is in attendance and much interest is being manifested, both parties being related to some of the best familha in the county. There U a diversity of opinion as to hia guilt. Judge William Tctten has been quite busy in the police court this week. His fines amount to 50, for drunken and disorderly conduct, swearing and selling liquor unlawfully. Thn parties were those who live in, or visit, the cursed known as "Battle Row," where blind tigers exist iu abundance. Tho republican factions of Garrard, united latt Monday and nominated J. 0. Napier, as their candidate for the Legis lature. But as Garrard hae gone democratic, for 15 years, with but few excepRoiKCASTf.i;. tions, the unterrified are sure of success, Hon. R H. Tomlinsou, or J. W. Poor, McKLWVEY. will be nominated, by the democrats, to Tho Methodist protra:ted meeting is. represent tho county. Judge M. O. Saulley and J. S. Owsbeing conducted by Revs W. S. Grin- stead, Henry Mills and Andrew John-eo- ley, Jr , aro dispensing justice in their of Stanford. usu.lyable and prompt manner. By the way, they must both bo elected agsin. Rev. George W. IVrryman, of accompanied hy his friend, Rev. We can find no men who are more com Lawrence Willintnc. of Montpellor, wero patent and, being good democrats, thev hero Monday, en route to RuBsell deserve our support, regrdleF8 of the Springe, where the former will joiti his money question or any other question, wife and children. with which the judiciary haa nothing to Mis. Annie Movers and children, of do. A prominent third party tnnn, of Hillsboro, are spending a few weeks at your city, waa here, with some friends this place. Mesirs. V. W. Green, Var-nTanner, K. O. Singleton and C. L. the other day, when he asserted that tl o Grow attended the Liberty fair last week. Chicago platform did not declare for a Mrs. Mary Huston, who has been at tiugte democratic principle. A friend Bloomiugtou, III., has returned to Ken- handed him the platform of 1892, and tucky and is living with her daughter, telling him that it wbs the platform ot Miss Jennie Huston, at thia place. Mr 1S9G, n'ked him to read the part relating W.T. Bates of Somerset, ia visiting his to the tnritr. Ho did this very learnedly, threw it down, and again declared that son, J. 11. Bates, Messrs. W. K. of Lancaster, and L. S. Tibbals, of there waa no democracy in it. We wculd diicrimi-ntt- e Mr. T. alviBe him to read enough to Somerset, Bpont Sunday hero. between the two' platforms, as ho M. Glarkson boa been attending the pollB, and now fair, Misa Mollio Wright was favored the first, at the opporos tha latter. visiting at her mother's Inst week. Her The way Hons. J, B. Thompson and father has been quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. R J. Breckinridge devoured Hon. N D. W. S. Ronton and Mr. and Mre. H. O. Dryeaud little daughter, Kifie, have been Miles, in debate, last Monday, was a sight. visiting the family ol Mr. G. B. Barnett, Mr. Thompson is the ablest debater in near Hubble. Mrs. B. Lane nnd daugh- Kentucky and will dofeat Davison by a good majority. The third party, or memters, Misses Virgiaand Bertie, of Danville, were visiting relatives here last week. bers of the "Republican Aid Society" can Winter Wright, who haa been to Hot only poll about 7o votes in this county, Spriugs, Ark., f r hie health, hsa return- and the democrats expect to more than ed home. Mr. J. K, Carson, of Kings-vill- offset this, by receiving that manv who are favorable to the Chijb here now. Rev. W. R. David-pocago platform. Wo can say of Miles, the Will is nt homo for n few iUye. Glarkeoa was in town Monday. Mrs. republican elector, as the Irishman said, Margaret Doran, of Louisville, haa been when he mistook the mile post for a grave visitiug her sister, Mrs. James McKin-ne- stone. "Step light Pat, the dead lies this plicj. Miss Mary Ronton spent there; hia name is Miles, and he has been a few days with tier sister Mra. II. O. dead 22 years." Drye last wook. Miss Lydia Lewis is The Courier Journal tells of an exvisiting her eister, Mrs. Belle Marryat a1 citing railroad episode. An L. & N. Nolin. Walker Biiley went to More-lan- d switch engine at Louisvilh with throttle Tuesday to work there foi a few wide open, dashed donn the d nights. Mr. J. T. Butt, who has been track on which passenger traiut: visiting hia sister, Mra. Joshua Brown, come to the city. A collision with the returned to his home in OlarkBdalo, Now Orleans limited express va narMisa. last Mondiy. Mr. Tom Gooch, rowly averted. The runaway was caught who lias been very ill is much improved. 10 miles from tho city by an engine which Misa Lelia Gooch, who haB been attend- had started in pursuit. Engineer Muring the conservatory of music in Cincin- phy jumped from one locomotive to the nati, waa visiting her cousins, the Misses other while both were running at full Gooch, until Mondiy, when b!ib return- speed on parallel tracks and stopped tho ed to her home at Somerset. Will Ow- monster. Country people said tho wild ens passed through here Sunday en engino ran at the rate of a mile a minute, route to Junction City to visit hia moth- but Supt. Martiti saya she could not go er. He ia operator at Somerset now. a half to save her life. M. F. Hotheringtonhaa retired from In renewing hia subscription for about the management of the Lebanon Eater-pris- e the iioth time, Mr. M. G. Cash writes aud is succeeded as editor bv Prof. from Clifton, Texas: ThiB Iibb boon tho I think I Thomaa W. Mattiogly, for the past six hottest and drjeU Bummer principal of St. Augustine's High have ever seen here, no rain of conse- rears School in Lebanon. quence Blnoe May 12th. Oottou, corn Mrs. Anne McKlvalne, mother inand oata alunst acDmpleto failuro, whea and freo sil- law of Evnugelist Sam Jonee, died near very good. 'Rib for Bryan Eminence ver. Tho Motion haa been placed in the hands of a receiver. The aged mother of Mr. John A. Half rates to Indiauapolta on account Bell, of the Georgetown Times, Mrs. Bell, died last week, aged 87 years of the Nathnal democratic convention. nnd six months. She waa an eaaimable Round trip tickets will be on Bale from all Btations, at one fare. Selling August womauand a true christian. A Chicago burglar shot and killed 29, 31 and Sept. 1st. Good until Sept. 7th himself when he found out that ho waa to return. V. 0. RiNBAnso.v, G. P. A., Cincinna. being bo closely pursuod that ho could ti.O. his escape. not wake an-nx, 8 10 i School Books, Sundries, Toilet Articles and everything in our line at Pkices as Low as Any Advertised hy Cash Houses. o : i"i PRESCRIPTIONS Accurately compounded hy an Experienced Pharmacist from new drugs and pure chemicals. o - ,u 3 01 W, B. MoROBERTS. lOV-V- - . .'. ; V sugoestiYB few Tail on Hard Times. y n, Now-por- t, I There is no denying the fact that "Hard Times" is with us, and a suggestions how to deal with "him" seem? very appropriate just now. It matters very little whether you believe in the free coinage of silver or in the single gold standard theory. There is a good time coming for all industrious people in this country in any event. But it will not come this year; it cannot come; hence all honest people should be as saving as possible, and above all keep out of debt. In view of these conditions, James Frye, Klustonvillc, will, from this day, sell goods for cash or country produce and will make no accounts for more than 30 davs. All accounts will be due on the first day 0f eacn month, and you need not hunt any further than his store lor the lowest possible prices on Groceries, JJoots, bhoes, Hats, Dry Goods, &c. I am now closing out a big line of Fancy Shirts. If you want Carpet or Matting don't buy till you get my prices. Statement of your account will be mailed to you on the first day of each month. ey Doors, Sash and Blinds Metal Roofing, ISABB? CV.;nrr1na T? n Shu-gar- s, A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. 3f Law-rencebu- rg 2: CRAIG & HOOKER, .DEALERS IN. rugs, GKsrrvlcals, -- CKls, Pairuis, . - jc Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. e, a t It )f-K Pays to Deal with a Gash House. Give us a call and be convinced. J J'J" y, ' ii mALL! no- left-han- bfiiii LEAMNCE on the Special Sale Days, on THE CHAS. WHEELER EMPORIUM invites you to be present TUESDAY AND SATURDAY of each week, beginning JUNE 23, and continuing until further tice. Come early and avoid the rush. GOODS CHEAPER THAN FREE SILVER line of Millinery Reduced One Half. of Clothing, including Men's, Youths' and ChilA Large Stock dren's Wear, and in our prices we havcno competition. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes of Swell Styles and on lasts from A to EE. Wc lead with the SMITH & STOUGHTON and ROCKLAND lines for men and boys. A Clean and Well-Selec- ted kook Out for Our Getre Tabic! Which will be ladened with the Rarest Bargains irom day to day, and if your neighbors beat you to it, don't kick. Ro-bec- CARPETS, MATTING 'AND OIL CLOTH. Coffees, Sugar, Teas, Rice Special Drives in Gents' Furnishings. goods at iow prices. Goods. We are yours for first-cla- ss and Canned CHARLES WHEELER June 1896. The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky . . W-- aeC . , v ,- - - j- -v njtszizzz- - ;; fc 'Mi-Wee- interior Journal Stanford, Kw, August 28, 1896 W. P. WALTON. SIX PAGES- looks like John D. White is that ho la (airly entitled to the Congressional nomination in the 11th. Descanting on the way he hail been euchered, heaaid to an I. J. man: "That fellow Hill," leferriug doubtless to the chairman of tho repub ican Congressional committee, "ought to be in the penitentiary. Though the law provides diflerently he made me pay $650 to enter the primary election and then took my money to a Colaon henchman, who acknowledged to me he wasn't prepared to print the ballots, got him to make a mesa of it and then in numerous instances failed to sond enoueh ballots for the voters, although the law provides that 50 per cent more than the number of votera Bhaltbo furnished each polling place. Especially waa tbla true in Clay county. I know I shall babble to prove that hundreds of Tennessee people voted in Bell, Knor, Whitley and Wayne, more than enough to turn the majority to my aide by more than that claimed for Colaon." A bogua circular with hi8 name to it was distributed over the remote portions of the district when it waa too late to coun teract its effect, that he waa a bolter, that in Congress be voted egainBt Beating Mc Kinley, that he waa for the repeal of the Jim Crow separate coach law, for mixed schools and nearly everything else mean. All these thing? have created a sympathy for Mr. White, and his friends say he shall have the nomination or he will run the race out. With the ignoble means adopted to defeat him, tho machinery of the party agaimt him and handicapped in various wajs, White certainly made a most remarkable raco to have gotten as close to Colaon as the committee pays he did, which shows how strong his hold is upon the people of the district. going to prove It really Tub Hon. Billy McKinley baa at Inst issued hia letter accoptlng the presidential nomination. It is nearly a pago in length eel in email type and n hasty glance at it shows that he has at latt been smoked out sufficiently to say tht t the mere declaration of tho purpose to have free and unlimited coinage of silver nt 10 to 1 ia a monace to our financial and industrial interests, and has already created universal alarm, It involves great peril to tho credit and business ol tho country, a peril so eruvo tbat conservative men everywhere are breaking away from their old party associations and uniting with other patriotic citizens in emphatic protest ugainst tho platform of the democratic National convention. Tnk boltocrats are talking of nominp-tin- g Henry Watterson for president and he has from his retirement in Geneva intimated through an interview in the Now York Herald that Barkis is willing. We should dislike to see the great editor experience the same fate of Horaco Greeley and then dio of a disappointment as be did. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE GO. CIIURCII CHIMES. SEE OUR E POLITICAL POINTS. Ex-Gov. hi if R. L. laylor, of Tenneesep, will speak at Middlesbi.ro on the night of Sept. 7. Gen. John 0. Black was nominated for governor by the sound money demo crats of Illinois. The silver forces in California have 75. .90 arranged a fusion ticket, giving the silFARISTON, LAUREL COUNTY. 75 .50. ver democrats five electors and the popThe Lily Coal Mines are to be opec-e- p ulists four, up immediately. Congressman Frank S. Black waa The above prices arc given to show the difference beSara Harris, a distiller, shot and killnominated for governor by Now York soon. tween our prices and the regular wholesale price. VVc ed Sam Martin, who lived near here, last Eh republicans and Timothy Woodruff for Editor W. B. Hudson paid our town Monday morning. They wero drinking. P3 can afford to cut those prices as we bought the entire lieutenant governor. a visit this week. Mrs. W. J. Sparks is Harris claims that it waa an accldeut stock at a large discount. All our Shoes now in stock wc The civil servico commission has attending tho S S. convention at Owens-boi- while Martin stated before he died that an order warning all Federal officehave put at the same margin as those bought in this big Miss Margio McClary will attend it was done intentionally. holders against seeking or making con- school at Lorctto. Misses Sallio Cook and George Baker, who was shot and af 02 purchase of Rosenberg, Flexner & Mendel. tributions for campaign purposes. Alza Logan Brown will leave Monday for terwards mangled by the train at Corbln, We wiil continue to sell Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, "The silver crazels dying out," and Midway to enter school. Mrs Jatucs B was a young man who was always well Carpets, Matting, Trunks, Valises, &c, at a great reduc"The gold craze is dying out," are the Robinson and son, William Weber, have dresspd and generally had money about headings found in party organs. "You tion. Save money an J buy goods at the Mr. Tom .Mil him. He drank at timea and while he returned to Middlesboro. pays your money and takea your choice." ler is visiting Mr. M. J. Miller. Mrs. D. associated with young men who got Congressman Paul J. Porg waa re- C. l'oyuter has about recovered from liur drunk, he was not known to drink nominated for Congress by the demo- recent illness He was a son of Barton R crats of tho Third Ohio He is Many of the republican friends did Baker and related to some of tho beet A; URUANSKY & CO., Proprietor, the only democrat now in Congress from not approve of Mr. Davison's tactics at people in tho county. A warrant Iihb Ohio. T. D. RANEY, Manager. Wildie. After he had spoken as long as been issued for Pleas Storms for the The democrats of the 11th will hold ho could to kill timo and prevent a reply has run not in Partisanship He has told h good many different climaxed in a most chaotic state county conventions tomorrow to name he told his hearers that the republican tales about it and bad some of Baker's Branch Stores: of affairs. The Board of Alderman, af- delegates to the district convention, speaking was over and they took the hint things in his possession Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, ter a farce of a trial and disregarding the which meets at London Sept. 3, to nomi- leavim: almost en mase. Tho democrats Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, injunction of Judge Toney, declared the nate a candidate for Congress. and a few of the more enlightened repubHI A TR1MONIA I. MA TTE11S. Elizabcthtown, Frankfort, Ky,, There have been already formed licans who were indignant at such dismembers of the board of safety, Messia. and Mauckport, Ind. The wedding ol Misa Gertrude R. J. Tilford and seven Bryan Cluha in the county with a courteous actions remained to hear Prof. Daniel E. O'Sullivan, the eldest daughter of Cornelius Charles L. Wilson guilty of the chargea membership of 1,030, and the county J. S Heppert give some telling arguments Vanderbilt, to Harry Payne Whitney, Let the good on the side of free silver. preferred against them and removed not yet half organized. eldest Ron of former Secretary of the Na ill them from office. Mayor Todd sent in a work go on. Richmond Climax. Wi vy, William C. Whitney, took place Urey Woodson fires this centre shot meseage appointing a new board, consistLIBERTY. CASEY COUNTY. Tuesday at "The Breakers," the Vander ing of John Searcy, George M. Crawford in bis Owenshoro Messenger: Madeline 11 fill W. D. Staggaud family visited rela- hilt summer residence on the Rhode IsEvans and the appointments Pollard has revived hope of some day and W. A. V' were confirmed. A conflict of authority collecting her 115,000 judgment since she tives at lluatouvillo Sunday. Misa Alice land coast. Though 'he ceremony unit) returned to lluatouvillo after ed mauy millions of dollars it was very then resulted and a riot was imminent. has learned that Willie Breckinridge ia Oabbell has Arc both the prices and quality of all Coal sold by us. : here. Mm Jennie simple and therefore a great disappoint so conscientiously in favor of paying all several weeks' Judgti Toney issued contempt rules Wc can sell you Ellis, of Ellisburjr, left for home Tues- ruent to the exclusive Bet. The bride's dollars. against the mayor and aldermen and if debts in !)! Treasurer Long announces that all day. W. R. Williams, of Hustonville, costume whs of white watered silk, trim he shall pot them in jail, it will be less , 14-- c than Phev deserve. The whole proceed- - claims against the State bearing dato as waa here on business Tuesday. Dr. R. med with old Dachcese lace and purple. stephnn-oti- a inga were to get hold of the oflices and late as July 1, will be paid in cash upon A. Jones left for Oreelsborc, Tuesday. She carried a bridal bouquet of 'V and ganlcniaB. Delivered at your house. Have about loo bushels of their patronage and in doing so the insti presentation of warrants. This is in pur- Mrs. Silas Adams and Mrs. W. T. Hum)i Dr. Alviu Duvall, eon of the late brought themselves suance of the present administration's phrey have returned from the reunion at SCREENINGS LEFT AT 5 U. FOR Si. gatora have not only of court, but into the con- policy to pay current expenses from cur- Somerset. Our genial postmaster, John Judge Alviu Dnvall, whs placed in the into contempt Call and see u.s. rent revenue, and to leave the "old dem- W. Whipp, is iu Louisville attending county juil nt Frankfurt, last Saturday, tempt of all decent people. Stont-nuJudge on a writ of luitary, sworn out turn rat ocratic debts to be takeu care of by the court. Hon. George E. Mb. Bryan dined with Senator Hill at legislature." J. Boyle Storm are in Louidville this days before. Tiitl was suspended nt ri first on tho statements of loml phyniciKra his magnificent homo in Albany, N. Y , The Louisville Commercial is down week on legal business afterward, on both of them and says: "Between Wolfert Roost, Tuesday, and In this, the llth, district a call has that tbey thought his ailment only ten addressed 10,000 people in City Hall Colaon and White the republicans of been made for the democrata to meet at porary. Whit attempting to drink cider Square, whom he electrified with bis elo the country nre reudy to cry with Mor- - the county seats next S iturday, 29tb, f r queuce. Thon he started on his tour cutio: "A plague on both your houses." the purpoee of selecting delegdten to the out o( the bung hulu of a barrel, Harry Puillips, nf Portsmouth, West and was everywhere received with It will be a shame and disgrace, and an district convention to nominate n candiDkalkks In the greatest enthusiasm, nis speeciipa outrage on republicanism and the repub- date for Couureus. From a casual glance O., slipped uud fell and thu burrt I rollfrom the platform of his car biing mod- lican party, if potty personal differences it would seem that audi a uoinintt.uu ing over him, lie was instantly ki ed. oratory. He seemed to arnoDg republicans should result in the Bill Doulin. the noted outlaw, vma els of would be an empty honor, but it may be always ready to Bay the right thing at election of a democrat from that dis- that the prospect is not as gloomy as the killed in a fight with United a ea m be near Guthrie, Ok. the right timo and to infuse bis own en- trict." Shame or no shame that is about outlook would indicate, for from the war George Wilhoit, sent up far three thusiastic belief tbat be will he elected the size it will he. that tho Hon. John D. and young David into the minds of his hearers. He will Handsome line of are waging, there mav bo a fighting years from Scott vjutity, tscaped from Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. likely speak in Louisville, Sept. 10, when MORE NEWS NOTES. good democrat. But if the penitentiary Tuesday. Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' chance foreome Woods & Lynn bought of various a mighty throng will greet him. The Navarro Cafe at Lexington baa there is no chance, it is btBt that the parties Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. in tbe county a car lead of fat democrata be organized and uhow death of Capt. James B. Martin, made another assignment. The bogs at 2 00. Fifteen hundred people were made their preference by speaking and voting for the past 20 years circuit clerk of Bartheir sentiments and by preaching their ren, removes one of the gentlest and pur-e- homeless by a fire at Ontonagon, Wio. James O'Connell fell on a buzz Baw political faith and teaching their political J1 DDK bALh. I for ifdirt nd chl'ldren to works an honest of God'a noblest thereby converting and educa- drive, nd jurrey la KK1 order Alio one tult man. He made two creditable raceB for near Snlineville, 0 and was sawed in science, ofbed room furniture and an Kmmereiu Piano ting the people to and in their creed and Forte. Apply to Mn M J Collmi, Hustonville. clerk of the court of appeals and made a two. The New York dry goods firm of knowlege of civil and political liberties. host of friends all over the State. As as1 Hilton, Hughe & Co. (once A. T. StewLiberty has lost one of her citizen?, sistant secretary of the constitutional Mr. Elmore Brents. Ho returned to Alto his repu- art & Co.) assigned . convention bo added further All desiring Locuu I'oiu for plank Cuban insurgents burned over 30 bany Monday, from whence he came fence, perions post and railing or wue fence, can find tation as a careful and painstaking offiwhat they want at my ttoro nrar Cedar Creek, oa cial and waa really the man who did all coflee and cocoa plantations, entailing a No tears were shed when he left. He the pike leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford To trade with us. Our goods are desirable, a rood came hero a short timo ago and took 1 alio keep alwayi on handlumber aupply of plank the work. He wa8 a member of the loss of over f 1,000,000. for fencing. Alt kinds ot for building purProf. Andrea baa abandoned for the charge of the Liberty Tribune; his pros- poses; also boards and shingles Air persons dePresbyterian church and an OJd Fellow article or this to present his purpose to attempt a trip to pects were flattering and tho people lent siring anynear Cedar Creek.kind can call on me at and leaves a wife and eight children my store G. W SINGLKTO.V. a name aa ever the north pole by balloon. him all the assistance tbey could. Ho June 16,'ofi. jjtf the inheritance of as fair A member of a banking firm in Mich- went into bard drinking and stole hia family. man left bis PUBLIC SALE. igan wbich failed, shot hiu wife fatally editor's, J. W. Loving's, name, making And service prompt and accurate. Give us a share of president has appointed waa a partner or The your trade and we will convince you. and committed suicide upon tho appear the impression that he Our On Saturday, August 29, 1896, David Rowland Francis, of Missouri, ance of an officer with a writ of attach- joint owner in the paper, and thereby old patrons already know it. I Secretary of the Interior to succeed Hoke ment. Bold and collected many subscriptions, At 10 o'clock, will sell my FARM, containing 104 AI.AM, siiuateu aooui 3 miles from atamord resignation has been acSmith, whose Yellow fever is rsp'n? fearfully In which he drank up and gambled off and on the Lancaster pike The farm ia in a high is good and well wa of cultivation, the cepted to take effect Sept 1. Gov. Fran- Havanna and soldiers from Spain are which he promised to refund if he did state It has a tU storyland dwelling containing five tered. necessary out buildings good stablo cis ia an uncompromising gold standard dying almost aa fast aa they arrive. The not run tho paper the time for which he rooms,good orchard andTerms: and a cash and and bis appointment in the fever is prevalent in other parta of the Bold it. He never got out a single paper balance due Jan t, 1897, with 6 per cent, interest democrat ; OtMa&s&a&agM from dayoi aale The sale will take place on the face of Bland, Stone, Jones and others is Island. but his editor had three issues printed, premises. W. T STONE. James Stanley leaped from a window and when ho Baw how the thing waa goa direct slap and leaves no doubt as to the president's position in the present 70 feet from the ground at Indianapolis ing ho resigned hia position, thereby Scientific American contention. Tho new appointee is a Mad- and escaped with a sprained ankle only. lnain? all he had done and what money 3fc Agcnoy S ison county Kentuckian by birth and is He was thought to be insane at tho time Brenta could beat him out of. Tho editor closely related to the Rowlands of that but his mind is all right now. still receives duna from thes whitn county and Boyle. Mrs. Mary Lou Gibson, of Mt. Ster- Brenta collected money from. The pet-p- ie ling, waa found dead with a bullet hole do not seem to kuow that an editor t IB Tot Burnam, who has a fat take at in her bead and other deadly agencies ia uot the owner of a paper and is no5 reto his old Frankfort, has been on a visit Ml will be a GREAT SLAUGHTER in prices y There k CAVEATS. indicating suicide lying near at hand. sponsible for what the proprietor does or TRADE m Antra. home at Richmond, and on hia return to She left a note saying she was tired of promises. A greater scoundrel than DESIGN PATENTS. nSTen-r- t 23"" the capital told a reporter that 000 living. atn. Brents never came to Liberty. He has tor inrnrmatlonona COPYRIGHTS, to 8th district will vote the reIn the tno Handbook svrlto MUNN A CO. 861 llttOaDWAT. NEW York. The annual report of the Chesapeake not a friend here. His course waa negIn our CLOTHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS. Oldest bureau for aectirlng patenta In America. publican ticket. Tut, tut, Tutt, you will and Ohio show the Every patent taken out by uhU bronght befnro net earniuga to havo lect of business, drunkenness and gamNice line Qf MenVFinc Shoes in Tans andBIacks. Call thu publlo by a notice given frco otcuargo la tho make yourself ridiculous if you don't been the largest in the history of the bling, and be baa the name of giving hia beeD vour mouth abut jno democrat at at once and get pick of the stock. company, and tko gross earninga 510.- - wife a "good beating" while here and o i ....4I.. f ll.A nomn vill MiVtln thtaor any 22U31, but 1100,000 leaa than the great after being unable to get credit, of Largest circulation of any wlentlflo paper fn th ST. toiipaSl-world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent who are dam- - eBt year, which was during the World'i drawing and giving checks on bis father man should be without It, Weekly, &:i,OOo other district. Democrata, jearilJO six months. AddreaMUNN 4 CO.. xair. which be allowed to go to protest. ocrata, vote only toe uemocraiicucuBt. VcMJuHEM, 301 Uroadway, York City, r--" Thero are very few gold democrats In this county. Tho Lndics' Aid Society mot at Mrs. P. L. Thompson's Thursday. Mr.Mic Mulling, of, Livingston, came up Monday to havo Dr. Lovell dress his wounded arm. Mr. Vic Owens, who formerly lived here, fell from a box car while braking and broko an ankle. Eld. J. O. Carmichal closed an interesting mccling tit Pittsburg this week. Over 20 conversions wore made. Capt Sprudlin lias sold his interest in the rock quarry and will remove his fam ly oKowhure. Wo regret to give up such good citizens. Mrs. Willis Adams, of Garrard, is visiting Mrs JonasjMoKenzle. Miss Kate Sprmllin is visiting her sister, Mrs of Louisville. A party consisting of Misses Louti and Bessie McClure, Carrio Lair and Brown visited Miss Sallio Cook at Pleasant Valley this week Dr. McDonald preached hero Monday evening. Eld. Boriim occupied tho pulpit here Sunday. All arrangements for building tho Baptist church are now completed. Mr. J. Mort Rothwell, of Lancaster, and Prof. J. S. Report, of this county, will speak at Brodhead Saturday, 29th A division of time will he cheerfully uc- corded Judge Davison There will be a free entertainment and icecream social at the Institute Fri day evening, 2Sth. Tho proceeds of the latter will help'to buy a carpet for the new church, which will bo dedicated very Hob-Inson, Flo-rell- o Rev. George O Barnes begins a meetCLOTHING S3.50 PANTS, ing at. Pa lucah Sunday. His last was at Kuttawa. TAILOR-MADMADE TO ORDER. ! Preaching nt Christian church San-da- y r morning, next, subject "Recipe a Revival." Eld'. J. T. Sharrard will praarh at of Mt. Xenia school houso Sunday afternoon at 1:30. All tho Christian churches arj asked to observe the first Sunday in September as church eit msion day. Rev. W. S Grinstead's meeting nt McKinnoy ia warming up the member ship, preparatory to a glorious revival, EH Our firm has bought the entire wholesale stock of Shoes Tho Rev A'oozo Monks and b newB of Rosenberg, Flexner & Mendel, Louisville, Ky., and paper reporter fougl t in thu pulpit of the leading Methodist church nt Macon, we will now sell you Shoes and Slippers for less money Grt , Sunday night. The preacher liHd R-- l than regular wholesale prices. No matter how little mon- denounced tht reporter for a rt'poit of a tm cy yon want to invest in shoes we can supply your wants. previous sermon. This is the chance of your life to buy your Shoes for At Nevada, Mo , Jnmea Bryan, 01 years old, wasbtptizd Saturday into tie Methodist Church, South, at the borne n( Ills daughter, Mrs. Josephine Moore. He is h lineal descendant of the builders of Bryan's Fort In Kentucky. Baylor Holtzclaw tells us that the contractors for th? wood work of tho B:senber, Fiercer & Headers Wholesale Prlco $2.75; Ourrrleo $2.00. new Methodist church near Cedar Creek - O. II II II II II I, I will finish their job thia week and that 1.50. the other work will be pressed to com11 1. 15. 1.50 pletion. The church will costf 1,000 and 11 1. 00. will be a monument to the generosity 1. 10 .85. and sacrifice of the builders. SHOES SHOES! SHOES I &-- ANYTHING IN Unheard-- Bargains in Shoes ! o THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Less Than Wholesale Prices. SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! ," o D - o O o. 0 t. w H & LOUISVILLE STORE. -- kill-iu- g. Louia-villea- nd Van-derbi- lt, -- 4 GUARANTEED per vi-ii- t 100-ce- nt 1 Coal at 7c to 1 J3iu f J. SL H. BAUCHMAN & CO. live-year-o- 'd FARRIS & HARDIN, 1 off-ha- Groceries, Hardware,. Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. at nsroTiois Prices to Suit The Times. 0s03 2seAs(i3 eee2( 4MT TO YOUR ADVANTAGE! Pri Reasonable, ox-Go- v. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. ! One-ha- lt .ij-t- d i SX000S00(5 mmMEMM&sM tmmtomsmsm ftsA viav- I 3 FOR' CASH I I I dem-ocra- ta 1 1 For tiie TlirtZDaTs., al-b- 1 gtiwtWit n mmtm 'er W. E. PERKINS, CrabOrohard. - Semi-Week- ly INTEWORJoUkNE YOUR UNCLE GEORGE. WOMAN AND FASHION.' Stanford. Kt August Fashions. Jhrewd Eccentricities of the Pullman Salient Points In the Current ls, Ne Moro'Waaplike Walsts-ThOar BlMrnato's) Management Lona 28, 1896 That and the Other. Versus Short Hauls. (Special Corrwjpondonco. "Oh, na i'our undo Goorgo Pullman loses nothing," said the Bleeping enr conductor. I had just 'oaten ono of Mr. Pullman's $1 meals and was commenting on its cwt. Mr. Pullman's tuenlfl, hy tho way, wero onco 75 cent laoh. Ho found that almost every trnv-ilo- r guvo tho waiter $1 and told him to keep tho change Mr. Pullman hated to loso that 25 cents, so ho raised tho price of meals to $1 and now tho travoler fishes around in his pocket for au extra The Danger of Turkey. aggravation of tho danger of Turkey that she has so little to hope It is a great W. P. WALTON. ror Jutge ol the Court ol Aumli. JUDGK W. S. rttYOIl Or New Cattle, Pendent additions to dress aro a salient point in tho current fashions. Not content with tho ordinary slccvo dressmakers aro now introducing an over ono of gossamer materials, which is of tho nature of n sling. It is of unusual length, and. though attached at tho wrists, hangs slightly downward on to tho skirt. These are sometimes in NOEI di SOU, DEALERS In exchange. , IN COAL, lepct, KY. Near Railroad Croulnit. Eattof STANFORD, Come and t u. CALL. ON" F. G. BRADY, STANFORD, KY., Centi. Cbeekibr Mill for only Packit Kcr TotKwgc md Kcr Chckt, Mttal Chtekiof Key Check all klo.i, Hidiw, Doc Llcenia Rinji, whalna, Ac. Stamping on Metal aud gen-orrepairing ShoporerM. I. tlmom't atoia, (Stanford, Ky al St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, V Ky. iur FAIR WARNING,'! want to give thoM who owe ut fair warning lhall gtre them two weeki more to settle up with ui, aud if they do not come up in that time, we lhall put their tccounti in the handi of MIUSHON AGRKKK. o officer. that we CAlOLL BAILKV DOC OSTC BAIZJE7 xSc DB,"Y"E, I'roprictori Training ami bale Stable and prepared lor tale. Flrtl'dati rotditeri and laddlera bought and aold on comtnUnon Good hall m'le trace and txtt etable in the country. I STANFORD. KY Honei handled under Saddle and In Ilarnrsi. M.S. RACCMMiN J W. 1UCGMM. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, raoraitTom LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE. Stanford, - - Kontucky. II you need livery give ua tumoula will 1ct lor ratci. .In our fint-cla- i. a call. Nothing out our liable. See u dimo or else tho waiter gets left. "But thcro aro so few peoplo on this train, " 1 said. Always a Wlnnor. "That's all right," said tho man with brass buttoiH on his coat. "Railroad company's losfl. Makes no diiTervnco to your Undo Qeorgo. His contract tho railroad to pay for any supplies spoiled on a trip. All tho substau-tial- s lio uses Bomowhero else. All tho pcrifhables fall to tho railroad company's share. That's ono reason tho Pennsylvania, tho Baltimore and Ohio, tho Big Four and a good many other roods put on their own diners. They don't mako any money on them usually, but they don't loso any moro than if Mr? Pullman's diners wero oil tho train. " "That's a revelation to mo," I said "But I sco thcro was a wash out on tho Baltimore and Ohio tho other day and tho trains had to run around by way of Pittsburg. That must huvo cost Mr. Pullman something. " "Not on your life," said tho cheerful conductor. "Uncle George coined money on that accident Tho railroad company has to pay him so much a milo for tho privilege of hauling his cars. Every extra milo tho car wits huuled Undo Georgo got so much moro money. Ho never lows." "Well, travel west is light at this seanon. Somotime-- his cars run almoot empty. " The Porter Shares the Loss. "That's right. Ho loos u little thcro sometimes. But ho miikm tho porter share tho loss with him. He pays John 25 a month on tho theory that tho will pay him the rest of what ho earns, and if there aro no passenger John und George short the loss. Ono of these days he'll make that up by deducting 20 per cent from John's collections and making him ring them up on a cash register. " Recently I was in Chicago and 1 wanted to go to Now York by tho Baltimore and Ohio, which runs through Washington. I inquired tho fdoplng car rate to both cltien. It was the Rtmo t w A YAC1IT1NO GOWN. 5. BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee prices. firtt'Claai work and aatifactory Try our hortc thoer Superior Plumbing! Bra workman of "Why is there no difference?" I asked the ticket seller. "Washington's only a llttlo dlstanco from Now York," ho said. Wlwm 1 got to Washington, I determined not to stop there, but to gt) on to New York. I hud bought a sleeping car ticket to Washington. Mr. Pullman taxed mo $1.25 extra for that "llttlo difitunco" from Washington to Now York. Long- and Short Hauls. That "llttlo distancw" was 228 miles. - Tho distance from Cincinnati to St. 14 YEARS Louis Is 341 miles. For tho shorter distance Mr. Pullmuu charges 1.25; for Odorless Water Olosets, Frost-Proo- f tho longer ho charges $1. Another of his eccentricities is to Water Pipes, chargo $3 from Washington to St. Louis Tubs when tho fare from Washington to CinAireclalty. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO cinnati is $3 and tho faro from Cincinnati to St. Louis is !. Again ho NONE. Gilt edge reference In and out ol the Stat. Aik your Danville charges $0 from St. Louis to New York. frieodt about my work. If you tako tho nf tcrnoou train from St. Louis on tho Pennsylvoniu road you pay T. F. CLARKE. 3.50 to Pittsburg. When you want to Clement Moui Kulldlng, Danvill, Ky. go on to New York, if you tako tho morning train you pay $2 a total between St Louis ondNow York of G. 50. Conducted Equitably. Mr. Pullman's schedule is full of I havo paid him $2 tlieso peculiarities. for threo hours spent in a car between Philadelphia and Baltimore, yet thoro aro roads on which you can occupy n Pullman berth for the entire night for Por-celainiB- EXPERIENCE Cooke's Sarsaparilla WILL CURE 1.60. It must havo cost Mr. Pullman a Scrofula, Salt Rheum, pretty penny to keep up that lobby in Sores, Boils, Pustules, Washington which convinced tho mom-berof congress that tho Pullman busiEczema, Tetter, ness was conducted equitably and that and all diseases of the blood and it was not necessary to bring it under er 'Makes You Well. tho interstate commerce law. Oahl SCIIOKIKM). dysIndigestion, constipation and s pepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it - Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by Cincinnati. W. 13. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, " & Hocker, Craig W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. " F. 13. Twidwcll, Hammond, Hubble. J. A. Tanner Bros., McKinncy. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours for Health, James T. Cookk, Harrodsburg, Ky. MOST IN QUANTITY. BESTIN QUA LITY, nroportions of tho various trees growing in tho German forests aro 70 per cent of beeches, 11 of oaks, 13 of pines and 0 of firs. Beeches would scorn to bo practically "immuuo" from lightning stroke, and therefore a comparatively Bafo treo to tako shelter beneath. Trees standing in wet ground aro moro liablo to tho stroko than if they grow in dry soil. Tree's rich in fatty matter and rosin during summer nre loss likoly to bo struck than trees poor in oils. Wood pines, though rich in fat during whiter, aro poorer in oils (luring summer. Living wood is a worso conductor than dead wood ; hence trees with dead limbs nro moro likoly to bo struck than sound trees. Tho Edlblo Do? of China. The Chincso do not slaughter every dog that is tat enough to mako good beef, us some persons think, but havo a regular ediblo variety of "mun's best friend." Tho ediblo dog has several peculiar marks by which ho is known to Ghiuesoopicures, tho chief characteristic by which ho is distinguished boing his black tongue. Theso black tougucd dogs never bark. It is said that over 5,000,-00of them nro annually slaughtered for food iu tho Chiueso empire. St Louin Republic, 0 1870 to 1800, by which it appears that 60 oaks, 20 or 21 firs nnd 3 or 4 pines wero struck, but no beeches. Yet tho OaIcs Seem to Attract Lightning. In Ilimmcl und Erde, Dr. Carl Mul-le- r gives statistics of tho destruction of trees by lightning in Germany from gold embroidery and jowoled chiffon, LIFE ASSURANCE S0CIETY0FTHE UNITED STATES, with broad incrusted borders added to silk and satin, and they seem of tho ISO BROADWAY, STEW YORK. samo duto and fashion as tho low cut Benorlta jacket, which is arranged in box plaits on tho bunt, and thcuco, DURING the past Thirty six years the Equitadle Society has falls to tho waist Tea gowns accumulated, In the transaction of its business, Total Assets of over and evening gowns aliko have long sashes of ribbon, not only from tho wuist but fulling like stoles from tho shoulder in front, und there is a likelihood that this dominant idea will grow. Total Out of which it now holds, for the benefit of its Policy-Holde- rs, Numbered with summer fashions in Surplus Funds or Profits, amounting to over millinery are tho gossamer brims to hats. Tho crowns may bo of straw or velvet or any other material drawn c. J wired, but many of tho brims aro merely Which exceeds the sum of the Surplus Funds which have been accuformed of frillings of lace or chiffon, and the crowns are frequently surroundmulated, and are now held, by any other Life Assurance Company ' ed by upstanding plaitings also. All the by over crowns, as a rule, are surrounded by narrow IiuixIh of velvet or ribbon, with a buckle in thoconterof each, appearing gei.Ta!ly on the front, and feathers mivW in chiffon cluster at tho side. DURING the past Ten Years the Equitable Society has made The yachting gown is a favorite with Total Surplus Earnings of over all women who nre indulging in a tyx sido holiday, for even if it docs not vs. actly graco a yacht it makes a Jaunty appearance on tho ordinary water trips. Which have been larger than those of any other company, and has, Yachting and boating drcssm are usually mado of serge in bluo or white. Tho accumulated during the after paying Dividends to Policy-Holde- rs, skirts are generally plain, but o vorlo-tyo- f amounting to over same period, a Total Surplus for its Policy-Holde- rs, styles is oxprvhsed in tho bodices. A decidedly swagger gown is in navy blue serge with waistcoat and facings of white. Which exceeds the Surplus accumulated by any other Life AssurFor smart wear in town women no longer lavish affection on tan shoes and Ilerba Dneil In Cookery. ance Company in the same time by over stockings, but consider block thocorrcct Herbs used in cookery, while thoy thing. But there is uo limit to tho may bo purchased in tho markets of tho adornment of hosiery in embroidery of larger cities of the United States, aro rarely procurable iu those of smaller IT WOULD be wise for a person intending to assure his iife towns. To the average ruralist they aro study the record of the Assurance Company proposed to him unknown, or, if known, their use is not to understood. In first rate cookery, which and learn the facts upon which the promises of Future Dividends is ouo of delicate combinations and and Profits are based In other words, let him ascertain for himself flavors, they aro absolutely indispensa- the results that have been secured by the Company suggested, in ble, and their ubsenco therefrom is quickly detected by cultivated palates. j the accumulation ol surplus during its history as well as its average Chives, tarragon, chovril, savory, sorrel, profits in recent years. eta, may be grown with littlo trouble IN ENTERING into a contract which may not terminate for cither out of doors or in boxes iu tho house. Pulverized dried herbs that aro thirty or forty years, it will well repay the assurer to give the subsold in bottles or tin aro of littlo value. ject the careful investigation that would be devoted by him to any For flavoring purposes they nre hardly other afTair of like magnitude and importance. Due inquiry having more eilectivo than so much dried dust been made, let the best Company in which to 'assure be selected Sorrel soup, on account of its pleasantly one whose past record and present financial condition justify the ucid flavor, is much in vogue in Europe. FASlltOS'AlILK FOOTWEAlt. Here it is almost entirely unknown and belief that in the future it will afford both the greatest security every dollcato coloring. Somo aro in finest is rarely or over served except in fami- and the largest profit of any. black spun silk, with tho fronts half way lies of foreign origin or at restaurants up tho leg all openwork. Plain patent that cucourago a special clientele. Of THE BUSINESS of the Society is conducted on the purely shoos, worn with black silk stockings, all tho herbs, only sage and mint aro in mutual plan; all surplus belongs to the Policy-Holderare smart woar. For soasido and country universal uso with us. For this boon woar feet ulways look neat in well wo aro indebted to tho favor accorded PERSONS considering the assurance of their lives will find it cut tan coverings, with, of course, hose sausages aud tho popularity of tho to their advantage to send for a Prospectus, which contains a full to match. White shoes, too, may bo julep. " New York Sun. description of the various kinds of policies issued by the Society. donned with considerable advantage "mint For further information apply to when tho woarcr's foot is small and Tolstoi on French Writer. prettily shaped, aud hero, oddly enough, To a French interviewer Tolstoi lato & black silk stockings do not look out of ly said: "Alphonso Duudct had a cerplace. Of tho shoo for evening wear a tain talent Paul Bourgot was a brilGeneral Managers for Kentucky. wbolo essay of praiso might bo written. liant essayist, but n poor novelist his J". head being too crammed with facts. No Moro WasplUto Waists. Marcel Prevost is worth more than his Special Agen,t. Tho largo waist is tho most striking books, which aro inqualifiables.' Guy novelty in dressmaking that is talked of do Maupassant knew how to see and tell a.t present A fashiouablo modiste quotwhat ho had seen. His stylo was us puro ed by tho Now York Journal says : as a precious metal. Ho was miles uhead "A year ago tho majority of gowns of Flaubert, Zola and everybody. Zola which I mndo had 20 inch waists. This is a diligent aud ploddiug writer. I This Is tho best, market and ours Is tho best honso to ship to. Wo mako liberal adyear tho averngo waist measure is 25 liked his 'Genuiual,' and 'La Terro' i3 vances on couslRUinents. Besides wo havo bettor facilities than othor houses In having many largo factories to supply. Wo get you tho top price and pay spot cash ; not lu will coun- a novel of peasuut humanity. As for inches. No woman of fashiou trade. No traveling agents. Snip all your wool and farm produco direct to tenance tho wnspliko waist Tho gen- 'Lourdes,' 1 stopped at the hundredth HERNDON-CARTE- R straight up and page, aud 'Rome' I never opened. " eral tendency is for the LOTJTSVUjIjE, KY. 110 Third Street, or 313 to 310 Murroll Court, down oiTects, with no pronounced curves from revolution. Tho constitutional ro- form proj)Oscd by tho Young Turkish party has nothing to rest uj on. Turkey is a military empire, iu which thcro are threo forces, tho house of Othmau, the army and tho Mussulman tut L, n: l none-otho threo desires a puppet miiter talkers or by tho posli.w who "havo assimilated civilization" and whom old Mussulmans despise. A Christian regime is out of the question until the shells havo dropjwd in Constantinople, and there is no Turk, Arab or renegade who has any Ann hold on the army or nny persuading reputo with tho general body of tho population. Ibrahim Pasha could havo founded a new dynasty if tho powers had let him alone, but in tho Turkey of today "tall poppies" havo ceased to exif , aud outside tho house of Othmau no ono whom tho Ottoman clan would endure can bo so much as discerned. Tho shcrecf of Mecca is tho next highest figure in the orthodox Mussulman world, and ho is a pure Arab whom tho Ottomans, unless he had proved his commission by a great victory, would rcfuso to obey. Within tho house of Othmau there is little hope. Tho nearest heir is not Bane, and nmoug tho princes no ono excites tho kind of confidence which induces men to placo for their sakes their heuds in pcriL Tho present sultan, though n feeblo man, is not of a kind which dios early indeed, it may bo takcu as an uxiom that convenient dcuths never happen and sultans while reigning aro bcyoud assassins' reach. The only real hope for Turkoy is a great vizier who is also a permanent favorito of tho palace, and tho rise of such a man is no moro to bo looked for than the rise of a loader of tho English Liberal party who shall bo at onco great and new. Loudon Spectator. A Layer of the Ocean Fourteen Feet Thick. Some recent figures compiled by tho meteorologists who havo been working in conjunction with tho hydrographio surveyors glvo ono a grand idea of tho amount of water which is annually evaporated from tho oceans, seas and lakos. Tho great majority of thinking peoplo havo long known that the amount of water yearly precipituted from tho clouds is something almost too cuormous for estimation or calculation, but it is doubtful if any except tho experts in that lino havo over even approximated tho actual amount From tho series of tables compiled by tho investigators in this special lino it uppcars that tho clouds tako up a layer from nil oceans, sous aud lakes which, if it could ull be seen at once, would appear like a layer of 14 feet in thickness taken from tho surface of every body of water on tho globe. This enormous amount of water is evaporated from tho earth's reservoirs each 305 days, but it is done so gently und tiie return ia so gradual that but littlo if any difference can ever bo noticed in their levels. This certainly gives ouo a graphic idea of tho wonder ful forco of nature. St Louis Republic. gov-erned- I THE 9REAT e7.. . .. rrrffJt'i'J5rriand' ,'.07zr, .... C,zn, .,.:., " .ta(AZfi(ZXs , BsTnESS TRAINING SCHCOLOPVryESOUTH. recommended holding fine " " cmduatkleading businessfosinons, ken or by the MCNTtOKCgUBBg WANTtp. 77) THE COUNTRY. THE State College of Kentucky Opens Soptembor IO, 1896. Instruction is provided in Agriculture, Horticulture, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Glassies, ormnl School Work and in three Scientific Courses ol Study, viz: Chemical, Biological and Mathematical. County apiwlntecs receive tuition, matriculation, room rent, fuel and lights free. County appointees who remain ten consecutive months or one year also receive traveling expenses. Board in Dormitory S2 23 per week; in private families ?2 to $4. For catalogues and other information, address JAMES K. PATTERSON. Ph?D.( LL. D., President, Lexington. Ky. The Record of the Past Is the Best Guarantee for the Future. "the: EQUITABLE $201,000,000, $40,000,000, $13,000,000. 1 $46,000,000, $27,000,000, $6,000,000. ; I ) s. HIBBERD BROS. LYON, Louisville, Ky., T. B. TXTHlTBXt, Lancaster, Ky., WOOL. WOOL. CO, visible." WORMS ! WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE! YEARS FOR Has lod all WORM Romodlon. BOTTLE jticiuttnsojf BhuknK co., Br. 20 'EVERY GUARANTEED.1 SOU) It Y 4X1. PKUGGISTS. Prp.r4 ur ions. Tho civil year in Constantinople during tho Greek empire began on tho 1st of September ; tho ecclesiastical, ou tho ' 21st of March or tho 1st of April, bev-ercorresponding incidents of this kind aro found iu modern times and counbow. tries. Tho fiscal year in tho United States begius with tho 1st of July; tho This, That and the Other. ecclesiastical year of several denominaNarrow lace bordering tho white tions in this country begins with tho is quite a fad handkerchief holding of tho uuuual council, conferAmerican commercial lifo has been ence, or other deliberative body, no reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of supcrhly appointed .. . .,! C1r.nr.inrr Pnre tllrmitrll tn Harriuiail. Cliatta l. Invaded by the woman drummer. matter when that gathering may bo. t """ """-i"lurougn trains, r.... Macon, White and turquoise is a fashionable nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, npnns gowns. A Test For Seasickness. combination for the bridesmaid aud Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to K.noxvnic, not. Many peoplo have a genuine curiosity aud Ashcvillc; and from Chattauoogo to Jackson, Vickshurg, Mcnroe An authority claims that tight lacing will come in with tho advent of tight to kuow if they should bo seasick in ' and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles ana caso thoy should tako au ocean voyuge. sleeves Routes to Texas, Mexico and Califoruia, J ij test San Francisco. Choice of Thoro is it mildly developed fad for An oasy way to put tho matter to n new urieans or via ourevcpuri. , via jeweled, silver plated and otherwiso is to stand before the ordinary bureau Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati mirror that turns iu its frame aud let Ij V decorated bicj'clcs. .'a. somo ouo movo it slowly and slightly at titif it pvnn' nrn in i mi HuiLitm lu iuiliuiis. M.''v.Tjn-'ztt ir.b- Swimming as a means of recreation first and gradually growing faster, Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Care, l'arlor anu uuserv u- f .'XII nutl healthful exercise is growing more while you look fixedly at your own ro- tion Cincinnati, Lexington and Cars hetwecu popular among women every year. flection. If you feel no effect whatever Chattanooga. Dr Frances Dickinson is Chicago's from it the chances nro thut you cau . W. O. Rineorson, Chas. W. Zell, pioneer woman oculist and aurist, and staud an ordinary sea voyago without ' O. P. U.. CincinruUI, 0. I Wv. PawVs!., Ctndnnatt 0. ouo of but two or threo in tho country. ony qualm. San Francisco Post The first ctcp in tho Paris styles to show that tho waists were growing larger was the introduction of tho broad taffeta silk belts. Theso belts show tho silk wound loosely twice around tho figure aud then tied at the sido in o largo Several Year. THE ul Queen &Crescent route: " uv r-- jJGr sS&l. i r . jkw-'.a- a -' .X. J1.. ,'i..Mr,.,iiflt r.fi vMi6jiwLtffMj mmin iif aj.sLajs, mswiMiW'wTCTsi"! Semi-Week- ly Interior Ky., Jora BrANFORD, August 28, 1896 E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Qokkn & Obwcknt. Reduced raits to Newport races. One fare (or round trip from Somerset and points north to Cincinnati. McKinloy Olnb. At Cincinnati Zoo. 1J fare from Lexington and points north Great meeting. High Bridge Camp. 2nd Camp Meet tag, August First meeting was a great succeES. Dr. Talmage bos been invited. Low rates every day ol the meeting. Philadelphia, Pa. National Druggists' Association. October 5th to Oth. Indianapolis, Ind. National Keeley League. August ISth to 20th. CovinRton, Ky. Y. P. S. C. E. district convention, Sept. 8th. Tickits from all poiLts CoriLth to Cincinnati at I J fare lor round trip. Covington, Ky. Grand Lodge K. of P., Sept. 15 to 18. Half rates Sept. 14 and 15, from points in Kt ntucky to either Cincinnati or Ludlow. (Electric atreet cars from either place, 15 minutes 23-3- 0. ride.) W. 0. Rixiaksox, G. P. A., Cincinnati ,0. On account Encampment U. A. R. the Thirtieth at St. Paul, Minn., September 1 to 4, thef Big Four Route will Bell tickets at one cent per mile from stations on its lines. Tickets good going August SO and 31and Sept. 1; good returning until .Sept. 16, with privilege of extension until Sept. Bee nearest agent for particu30, 1S9G lars aa to routes. "Bio Four" to St. Paul. of - Engine For Sale. three-horse Good Buchwalter power, in good order, cheap Apply to W.P.Walton. It May Do aa Much for Tou. Mr. Fred Miller o! Irving, 111. writes that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, with severe pains in his back and also that his bladder waa affected. He tried many sa called KidneX enrea but without any good result. About a year ago he began use ol Electric Bitters and found relief at once. Electric Bitten is especially adapted to cure of all Kidney and Liver troubles and often gives almost instant relief. One trial will prove our statement. Price only joe. lor arge bottles. At W li. McRoberts' Drue Store. ' Francis. Alderman. ChtCBzrs says: "I regard Dr. King's New Discovery as an ideal panacea lor cougns, coias ana tune cnmpiainu, having used it in my family for the last five years in ih Pirluiian of tihvslcians' DrescriDtions or other preparations." Rev. John Burgesst Keokuk. Iowa, writes: "1 have been a minister or the Methodist Episcopal cnurcn tor 30 years 01 more and have never found anything so beneficial or that gave me such speedy reluf as Or. King's New Discovery." Try this ideal coufrh ntaedy. Trial bottles free at YV. B McRoben's W4K store. Iiirei I- Tho Ideal Panacea. Bucklln'a Arnica SaKoin the world for - cuts, brulieis The best salve sores, ulcers, rait rheum, fever sores tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions Xt positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It Is Iuaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Pnce 25 cents per box. For sale by W. li. McRoberts druggist. Six weeks ago I suhercd a very severe cold; was almost unable to speak. My trends an uaviieu Noticing Chamber me to consult a physician. Iain's Cough Remedy advertised in tho St. Paul a bottle and alter takVolka Zcitung I procured ing it a short while was e .titely well. 1 now most heartily recommend this remeoy to anyene suffering with a cold. Wm. Keil, 6;S Selby Ave., St. Paul Minn. For sale by Craig & llocker, Stanford, Ky. My little boy, when two years of age, was taken I was advised to use ill with blood v (li x. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and luckilv procured part ol a bottle. 1 care fully read tne directions ana gave 11 accoraiugi. He wa very low. but slowly and surely he began to improve, gradually recovered and is now stout I feel sure it saved his life. and strong as ever. I never can praise the Remedy half Its wcith. I am sorry every one in the world does Lot know how good It If,' as I do. Mrs Lina S. Hinton, Grahamsville, Marion Co , Florida. For sale by Craig & Hocker, Ktanlord Ky. vtrv Since 1878 ther have been nine epidemic of dtsentery In different parts of the country in which Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera and Diat-rhoRemedy was used with perfect success. Dysentery, when epidemic, is almost as severe and dangerous as Aslstic cholera. Heretofore the belt efforts ol the most skilled physicians have failed to rheck its ravages; this remedy, hows ver, has cured the most malignant cases, both of children and adults and under the most trying conditions, which prcves it to be the best medicine in the world for bowel complaints, for sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford Ky. ea A business man Is not the most patient creature n can not wait to hear any out story of the cause ol his ailment. lie doesn't care two straws about a fine spun theory of how he should treat himself. He may be pre disposed to scrofula or consumption. " 1 hat," he wt I tell you, "has nothing to do with the case." Be wants to be well. If he can be cured, wnte out a prescription and send in your bill. So here's the 6rit part ot the proposition: Dr. Pierce's Gulden Medical Discovery is a microbe hunter and killer. Many persons of scrofu- ,, lous blood encouriftfl the breaking out of unsight-Inr t nrnvent the disease srointr to the lungs. There is no need of this state 0? dread and discom fort. Puiily the blood. It can oe aonc. uoiaen Medical Discovery will cure 08 per cent. ofsll consumptive cases; also of all other lingering bronchial, throat and lung diseases. la the world. He long-draw- Executor's Sale of Land And Personal Property. As executor of James A. Harris, deceased, I will on Thursday, Sept. 350 Acres Fine Blue-Gras- 17, 1896, On the pteinlses at the U'e residence of James A. Harris, sell at public outcry to the highest bidder bout s Land. The land Is in two tracts, one of about 310 acres and the other of 40 acres. This land isonsituthe ated about thiee miles West of Stanford Stanford A Milledgeville turnpike, is in a high mostly in grass and is sUteof cultivation, now well fenced but contains no other improvements. too touie It adjoinshhe dwelling purpotestract of givenacres. will be after Possession foi seeding possession not later than Jan. day of sale and full will also sell at same time about 30 head of horses and brood mares, the latter bred to jacks, 8 mules. 1 mules, saule colts, 6 lack, a lot of joarling and extra hay and shellold cattle, a lot of hogs, milk cows, ed oats and about 400 barrels of new corn, and also a lot of farming implements and wagons, &c, such as are usually found upon a well regulated farm, and abws tS snares of stock in Stanford & Knob Uck pike and 8 shares of stock iu Stanford St Milledgeville pike. ... . Terms The land will be sold for interest in is and 18 mooths, with cub, balance iremday of sale; secured by lien on the land. On personally: All sums under io cash, over that amount a credit of three months, note to be executed on day ol ssle with approved peraonal security, bearing Interest from day of sale. 'l itk S.T. HARRIS, T. D. English, Auctioneer. Executor. ro better hnnrcciatod than thoso that aro mado unwittingly by tobor minded men. An English journal relates a capo in point, tho scber minded man being Mr. John Burns, a very serious member of tho houso of commons. Ho was swnkintr DIMPLES. in a pessimistic strain about what ho They Csm Now He Artificially' rrodncenl felt to bo a croat fallins off in tho :haractcr and standinK of that aucust While Yoa Wnlt. Any womiui who has been overlooked body. "Sinco I came into this houso, four by nature in tho distribution of dimples can Jiavo tho deficiency supplied by ma- rears nco. " ho said, "tho confldenrn of tho public in it has much diminished." chinery. 1 oath's (Jompauion. Of conrso tho machinery must bo in tho hands of n skilled manipulator, or A Popular Impression Pictured, tho result would bo an unsightly scar or possibly au open eoro or complica" ...... f tions of blood poisoning. Tho now apparatus, tho advent of which has been hailed with joy in tho world feminine, consists of a specially designed knifo with a dainty but very sharp blade, a tiny, keen edged scoop and a very fluo needle. With theso instruments a pretty, lifelike dimple, can bo produced as effectivo as tho genuine print of an "angel's Ids." A small, straight incision is mado in tho check or chin of tho ambitious patient representing tho diameter of tho proposed improvement With tho littlo scoop a small portion of tho fat underlying tho skin is removed. The dclicato ueedlo sews tho edges of tho cut together ngain and tho operation is completed. In two or three days tho stitches aro removed, and within tho week tho wound is entirely healed, leaving tho Blight depression in tho 6urfaco of tho skin which poets call a dimple. The operation is a siruplo matter of facial surgery, but it requires delicacy and skill to prevent a scar. If it is woli done, it is only necessary to assist tho process of naruro by proper dressing and prptection, and tho wound heals over so as to entirely obliterate the traok of tho knife. Not often does a womoan in posses6O.METHING ON III8 MINI). sion of a natural dimple desire to havo New York Sunday World. it removed, but occasionally u man who considers tho mark a badgo of effeminacy Caught After a Desperate Chase. wishes to get rid of it This is just as Apparently oblivious of tho fact that simple an operation as is tho other. Instead of removing a bit of fat from be- ho was pursued by a determined looking neath tho surface a small portion of tho man on a wheel, the scorcher flow down skin itself is cutaway. The edges of tho tho smoothly paved street His back dimplo aro drawn together with stitches, was humped, his head, with its rubber tho incision heals and tho depression neck attachment, was thrust forward, and his feet flow up and down liko tho disappears. The artificial dimple, however, has dashers of a doublo action steam churn. With eyes fixed steadfastly upon tho its drawbacks. It is too permanent No matter whether tho owner bo plunged scorcher tho pursuer tore along the high into tho depths of grief, whether her way. His teeth wcro firmly set his lips faco bo darkened by anger or distorted pressed tightly together, and a look of by jealousy, tho dimplo smiles on- - Tho dogged resolution overspread his loan, novelty 6Con wears off, but tho dimplo muscular face, Tho crowds along tho street presently docs not and becomes a mockery and u became aware of the chase and began to delusion. ' 'Nothing wo prodnco artificially in take on interest in it Several joined in the pursuit tho dimple lino has tho charm of tho "What has ho done?" real article," said a well known up "What do you want of him?" town dermatologist. "Tho duty of a "Who is he?" dimplo is to punctuate a smile It must Paying no attention to theso quescome and go, to meet tho requirements of facial expression. A perpetual smile tions, ho flew alou? still faster, never would bo an awkward thing to carry removing his eyes for an instant from around, especially at funerals, and I tho object of his pursuit Ho began to lessen tho distance belook at an artificial dimplo in the samo light. Wo generally adviso against tho tween them. It was evident he was gaining. operation, although it is perfectly harmStraining every nerve, he rapidly less, but any one who wants a dimplo overhauled tho scorching rider. can havo it, with littlo anuoyanoe." "Sayl" ho gasped as ho drew alongNew York Herald. side. "How aro you? You're riding a Raphael's Work Iu tho Vatican. machine just liko mine, ain't you?" As Michael Angelo set his great mark Chicago Tribune. upon the Sistiue, so Raphael took tho Funereal Humor. Stanzo and the Loggio for himself and some of tho halls of tho picture gallorics An English journal says that a funeral too. Raphaol represented tho feminino is regarded as a very high festivul in clement in contrast with Michael Auge-lo'- s rural Yorkshire. A poor woman was rudo masculinity. There hangs tho lately heard complaining of tho fare great "Transfiguration," which, all but provided at ono sho hod attended. ' A finished, was set up by tho young paiut-er'- s paltry concern," she said scornfully, body whou ho lay in state a pic- "Nobbut cakes and such like. Now, ture too large for tho sentiment it should I'vo buried five, but I sided 'em all off express, whilo far too small for tho with 'ami" And this: A farmer was composition, and yet, in its way, a assisting his daughter in tho choice of a of composition, for in a mens-urdress, and, seeing her fancy inclino to Raphael succeedrd in detaching a bluo one, said rcmonstratingly, "Nay, tho transfigured Christ from tho crowd- lass, tak tho block one; happen tha ed foreground and iu creating two dis- might havo tho luck to be axed to a futinct centers of interest Tho frescoes in neral." And his counsel prevailed. tho Stanzo represent subjects of less out or artistic impossibility, and in painting them Raphael expauded in beauty of First Summer Girl You know that design tho genius which, in tho "Trans- fellow I was engaged to last summer? figuration," ho squandered in attempt- Ho camo down on a wheel, you know. ing to overcome insuperable difficulties. Second Summer Girl Yes. Is ho Watch tho faces of your fellow tourists hero again this year? now, and you will see that tho puzzled First Summer Girl Yes. I saw him expression is gone. They aro less inter- this morning. Ho had four wheels this ested than they wero before tho "Last tima They were on a baby carriage.-Bosto- n Judgment," but they aro infinitely betTranscript ter pleased. P. Marion Crawford in Century. A Prediction. Johnnie Tommy Jones don't know The Clffarettst Lip. Cigarette smokers are threatened with bovrvto swim because his mother don't another terror. This is tho so called want him to go near tho water. Mamma Well, Tommy is a good "cigarette lip. " It is claimed by tho inventor of this mysterious term that the boy. Johnnie Yes, he'll go to heaven tho habit f perpetually holding a cigarette between the lips causes the upper lip to first timo ho falls overboard. Brooklyn project over tho lower one. The scientist Life. who has lighted upon this discovery He ResolTes to Reform. Bays: "Among tho eavago Africans a Brown That was a very sensational prominent and protuberant upper lip is ecrmon the minister preached last Sunproduced by inserting a wooden ring in day. a slit in the lip and increasing the size Robinson Waa it, indeed? I must try of tho ring from time- to time. Tho to keep uwakc after this. Truth. same effect is attained in enlightened lands by means of the cigarette, though A Practical Maid. tho expense involved is vastly greater, "I have a poem on the sea," said tho as well as tho deleterious influence upon lover. tho general health of tho patient." "I think I'll take John," replied tho Cincinnati Enquirer. maiden. "Ho has a ship there. "Atlanta Constitution. Cartons Tenure of Lamia. Somo lands aro said to bo held at In Polly's Cyes. Broughton, near Brigg, in Lincolnshire, Let poota sing of beauty, fame, by tho following tenure: Every year, on In rounded rhyruo or story, Palm Snuduy, a person from Broughton Lot soldiers bount of war's fierce game, comes into the church porch at Caistor, Of martial deeds and glory For me life, has no greater prizo having a green silk purse containing 3 Than gazing into Polly's eyes. shillings and a silver lash tied ut the Let scholars wasto their chocrloss Uvea end of o cart whip, which ho cracks With books so old and dreary; three times in the porch, and continues The mon who but for knowledge strives .thero till tho second lesson begins, when Of living boon grows weary, ho goes into tho church and cracks it And what's the cso of being wlso When I gam Into Polly's eyetr three times over tho clergyman's bead, and, kneeling before him during tho Bo let tho old world go ita way, reading of tho lesson, ho presents the A flg for famo or glory; I lire but for that happy day minister with tho purso and then goes When finished is "onr Btory," into the choir and continues there durAnd I can read with glad surprise ing the rest of the service, Boll's MesThe "Yes" thut lurks in Polly's eyes. Lieutenant Thomas II. Wilson in Truth. senger, 1824. I mas-terpie- No joko TROTTERS AND COACHERS IN FRANCE They Ale Snperlor to Ours In Everything nt Speed. TEA, COFFEE AND COCOA. J. K. VanArsdale, Tho question naturally arises. How of tho French trotting races compare with that of onr races in this country? I havo mado a careful computation, reducing kilometers to miles, and find that tho time iu two mi lo races (3,200 meters) and of 2 iff is at tho milo races mado by rate of 2 :33 per mile. Tho speed tends to iucreaao from year to year, but not very rapidly. Tliero aro records its low as 2:32 for 2 milo races and 2:34 for 3f6 milo races. Considering tho conditions of age, weight curried, track and distance, this rate of trotting is fast enough to prove tho utility of tho horses for road uto or for tlm army. Thoy might secure greater speed by changing tiio conditions and trotting on smooth tracks with bicycle sulkice, milo heats. They aro not likoly to change their system for tho sako of tho extra few ceo- Londfl to bo whittled off from tho records, because such a change would, iu the first place, sacrifice the high, short, quick step and the snappy action which they consider essential to a good horse when iu use off from the raco track. They ivro not likely to content themselves without tests of endurauco as well as of speed, becauso tho govornmon makes the conditions for most of the races and looks to soundness and utility iu other directions. Tho government absolutely forbids any breeding to unsound stallions. It buys the best stallions obtainable and furnished service at a nominal fee. It spends largo sums in premiums for racci that test tho useful qualities of youug horses. It makes the conditions of racing such that after horses are 4 years old tho best ones are put to breeding. A careful examination on tho ground of tho results attained by the French system of breeding coach horses seems to mo to indicate that tho results are satisfactory. Tako favorablo position for watching the smart turnout iu tho drives and parks of Paris. Leavo tho cabs and tho livery rigs out of tho count. In Chicago and in New York wo see carriages, harnesses, drhers and footmen, whips and buttons that leave nothing to be desired, but satisfactory ("ohm are, oil so scarce. Of two horses in a team ono holds his uoso up, tho other down. Threo out of four even when drawing flno carriages will show a lameness somewhero among tho eight feet In about two weeks' careful watching in tho best driven in Paris I only saw two teams attached to fino carriages where ono of tho horses showed tho least lameness. This conclusion that they havo a higher average of soundness is not based on either a casual or a limited observation. Tho difference is strikingly apparent And how thoso horses do lift their feet up and bring them down I You could almost mako a man belicvo it was another animal from tho lumbering, slobbering, limping, round legged, thick hided brutes that go in fine harness here. It is not that you cannot see onco or twice a day in Chicago n satisfactory corriago team. Thoso aro the teams in their first season of service in tho city. After ono season they are about suro to go to pieces; partly tho fault of lack of care, partly tho fault of inherited tenderness. Thero is not so much difference in price for tho best carnago teams. A coach team of chestnut geldings that took first premium at tho Coucoura Hippique iu Paris this spring was sold for 15,000 francs say sJB.OOO. Thero aro men iu Chicago and New York who would pay as much for such a team; butthesupply is lucking, and this makes our standards low. Cor. Breeder's Gazette, does tho speed 11 I DEALER IN The, Chinese namo for tea is cha or tcha. Tho sassafras trco is o variety of tho GROCERIES, HARDWARE, laurel. TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, Roasted coffee is an cxcollent disinfectant. GLASSWARE, &o. Coffco h an cxcollent antidoto to opium poison. Iu largo dorcs mato is said to bo Good Goods at tho Lowest Fricos. strongly emetic, Tho mate or Peruvian tea is mndo from a plant of tho holly family. Bo Suro to Givo Him a Gall. Over 10.000.0RO pounds of mate aro annually exported from Paraguay. Four pounds of green loaves aro required to mako one of the dried tea. Roasted coffeo loses 20 per cont in weight and gains GO per cent in bulk. I ra Kill agent for Falls Ilranch Coal am will kinds of Coal, 10 you gtt inch Tho cultivation of coffeo was intro- keep a supply of allloweit potilblo pnefs for Cash, at T"u vant at the C flier. Mill Si. and Ksilrosd Cresiinc. nppoaiu duced into Java from Arabia iu 1080. J.rj.HtGGlNS, Cocoa was introduced into Europo Roller .lills. SUnl.rJ, Ky. 37 from Mexico by tho Spaniards in 1620. Tho Portuguese first brought toa from China and tho east in the sixteenth COAL Are You Afraid I century. Tho tea pli nt may bo grown anywhere iu tho southern states of this country. In most parts of Asia whero coffco is used tho grounds are drunk with tho infusion. SIdcH Cocoa, liko milk, is believed to havo every element necessary to sustain tho The New YerV Journal is the ooly Metropolitan human system. paper indorsing Coffeo roasted to brownncss losea a large part of the aromatic oil that constitutes Its fragrance. publiihra Iu 1801 550,000,000 pounds of coffee And It dailythe counliy articles by thaofleading on tulh sides the que. of wero imported into this country. In tho try samo year 03,000,000 pounds of ten were brought from tho oust for tho ubo of our people, Tho leuves of coca nro generally It Is procrcstivr, liberal and always! spotiirs the mastrs. chewed with a small portion of quick- cauioolths II, whetherEvery btoad or mind A man Republican. Democrat should read lime, which, devotees say, greatly improves the flavor. It is also used as an New infusion liko tea. About 00 varieties of grrcn tea are -- Ons Celt Eviwher .. known to the China trade, tho leading Daily being Twang, Kay, Hyson SubicnptUn for One Month,. Including; varieties Sunday - ...40 Cents Skin, Ayong Hyson, Imporiul and .f o Two Months and a Half Louis St ? To Rend Botli The Question? of Bryan and Sewall, "Silver Versus Gold," The York Journal 1 Gnu-powde- r. Globe-Democr- Send Subscription to PADDOCK AND TRACK. o it - Host Covering; For Ensilage. Tho host covering is ono that is cool and moist whilo at tho samo timo excluding air the best Many havo used very successfully green or even wet weeds and grass. This soon rota sufficiently to form an almost impervious stratum over the surface. Usually about two feet of tramped damp green material is used. It is expected, of course, that this will all rot down into a soft, Hlimy mass. If tho heat Is very groat in tho silo, which it is likoly to bo if tho material put in is rather dry, this covering may becomo firo fanged and dry instead of rotten. Tho object of using water and trampiug ensilage is to cause a better solidification, thereby excluding more air than if left unwet and and to arrest tho heating of tho material. Ensilage appears to bo better if it heats after being put iu tho silo, but this heating should bo arrested in a short time, or it will produco mold. As to tho quantity of water, that should depend altogether on tho oharacter of tho material put in. Only judgment can direct this matter. If tho corn is quite immature, there Bhould bo no occasion for watering it If it is mature and dry, then it would boar considerable water, especially at the surface. Thero aro no exact experiments as yet which indicate what method should bo practiced or what material should bo used in covering a silo to socuro best results. Country Gentleman. Over 200 horses havo entered tho 2:30 Circulation Department, NEW YORK. list this year. Ilattio R. by Bobby Bura, has reduced her record to 2:17. Dick Hubbard, 2:12. is ouo of tho best raco horses out this year. New Line Iftwecn Cincinnati, Dr. McCoy of Kirkwood, Del., bought tho pacer Baitzimer, 3:15., for $700. Tho clothesline trotter, Lslaml Girl, 2:12, is the fastest of the get of Hylas. Solid Trains, Fast Time. John E. Turner's old race maroAbblo V, 2:104, by Aberdeen, has been bred Excellent Equipment. to Governor Benton. Inaugurated May 24. Tho green pacer. Slippery David, by TUB SCHEDULE, Allectus, has been purchased by W. S Lve Cincinnati 9 13 p.m. 900 a. m. 1 13 p. m. 31 a. iu. Gilbert, Kingsville, Me, Air. Toledo. . A rr. Detroit. 6ija.ro. J 43 Charles Nolan'B brood tnaro Ladj Through coacbrt and parlor can on day trtlni. Alert, 2:24 14, has a flno filly by her Throufh ceachta, Wagner bleeping Cars Ciscin nstl to Toledo snd Cincinnati to Detroit on night side at tho Roundwood farm. fA M trains. No service krtoeen Cincinnati. Toledo sod DeTwenty-fou- r stables won $500 or over OUIt NEW YORK LINK, at tho Latonia meeting, M. F. Dwycr troit u AS GOOD Ah AS OOD ASOUK UllCUH) LINK, AS GOOD AS Of K ST LOU18 LINK, heading the list with nearly $14,000. liny jour tickets throufh via "lllc Pour." Major T. S. Dickinson has purchased For lull information call on agenu cr adJrrn D II MARTIN. Bertolus, by Pactolus, of Bert Harmon, K. O McfORMACK, Oen I'au, ATkt. Agt, TratrcMgr Wichita, Kan., paying $000 for him. iir you ariooino..-.Cordelia, a bay mare by Ashland Wi!ke.t, iu the stable of Trainer Jarvi of Kansas, is said to be n very fast jwecr. . THE Thorn wood, 2:20,, owned by Mr. Solomon Gilbert of Philadelphia, diet! recently at tin farm of Dr. C. E. Weber, near Norristown, Pa. It is a little tooonrly in tho soofon to rank John R. Gentry as no longer among tho race horses. Tho sou of Louisville a, NasMVllic R. R. Wilkes may redeem himself. Tho colt Anauius, by Patron, owned Is the hat for you, as Its by Mr. C. F. Emery of Cleveland, it said to be in excellent condition and Mak;doie connections at will soon bo ready to go the races. A. 11. Mooro of Oloverdalo farm, LOUISVILLE Aud CINCINNATI Tor all points. Cohnar, denies tho widespread report thut ho will sell Red Wilkes, Director, THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. THROUGH HAGOAOE CHECKHD 2:17, or any of his valuable brood For any Information erqulrs cf mares. JOES. HICK. Agent, The New Yorlc Journal, "Big Four" Toledo and Detroit. "T 1 -- P- - ra . ffORTKWEST, Ash-lun- Double Daily Trains ) Stasfors, .T THE FASHION PLATE. Uaby necfa the Thine. Tho Chicago stockyards market supplies daily evidence of tho fact that early maturity is tho "ono thing needful" in meeting existing conditions in beef cat tlo trade. Whilo hundreds of 1,400 or 1,600 pound steers are going over tho scales at $3.50 to .ft 25 it is worthy of noto that a load of nico 1,050 pound yearlings sold lately at $5.05. Baby beef's tho thing. Tho big tallowy ox bus had his day, and 1,000 pound yearlings that will bring $5 on demoralized market cannot bo bred from "scrub" sires and dams. Virginia, Georgia and North and South Carolina could market many million dollars worth of sheep and spring lambs every year. Mutton ami lamb aro bound to be mnro and more iu demuud. Tho prico of beef has becomo so high to poor people iu the cities that they uun no longer afford to buy it as they did formerly. Tho seven gore skirt gains rather than loses in favor iu tho fashiouablo world Very slight Mario Antoinette draperies appear upon the gored front breadths of somo of the latest French toilets. Houitou loco appliques in whito or cream color aro very generally used by all high class modistes on either gowns, capes or fancy waists. In spito of all tho protty silver blues, tans, grays, boiges and greens pat forth this season among serges, navy bluo serge has retained its former favor. The soft cool vest of chiffon or do soio and tho very high of satin aro now so universally worn as to havo lost all individuality. Among tho many cool looking and beautiful shades of green that aro in voguo this season tiio palo silver tints and thoso in golden green are most sought ufter. Trimmings for summer gowns aro lace, laco and lace, changed only for variety's sako to insertion and light in very openwork patterns that resemble lace. Beautiful whito taffeta silks with cream grounds striped with satin havo garnitures tho color of tho stripo on tho skirt, with ribbon loops and rich laco bretelles on tho bodice, New York mous-seliuo coin-tur- e Sy. Midland E'y, Cincinnati and Fraulcfort and quickest between Ask for tickets vis Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard Tims. Time Table April to, ic6. Only Ducct Llie Between Frankfort, Goorjrotown and Paris, Oarllslo, MnyBvlllo, Oynthlana, Falmouth and Oovlnjrton. Shortest Trains No. i. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. p. in. p. m. a. m. 6 33 1 00 4 03 Franklort A Lvs 1 so 41) ' Elkborn 7t8 " Stamping Uround 7 17 437 s14! 13 4 33 Georgetown..!)... 7 43 Air. " C S. Paris Depot C...... 7 5 8 30 3 3 33 4 o 00 TRAINS WKST. No. s. No. C -- 9 3 Lve Paris ' C. B. Depot to as " Georgetown U 1040 " Stamp's Gro'd 10 38 " Klkborn n 16 Arr frankfort A... 1130 a. in. p. m. 5 55 6 33 6 34 7 4. No. 10. No. a. m. p. m. 4 35 i 630 343 75 li 640 7 s; 7 33 813 Frankfort SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Georgetown 10 40 a. rn; arrlv Leave Frankfort 4 33 p. m. arrive Georgetown p. m. 9WM The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapen routs to all South, Kast, North and West. Sointa further information apply to their agents. C. D, BERCAW. Gen. Pass. Agent.. GEO. B. HARPER, Ilic'r & Gtn.Sup Frankfort Kv 1 13 It 30 a.m. Post SAGE SAYINGS. TABLER'SDII BUCK EYE Angling is somewhat liko poetry men aro to bo born so. Izaak Wulton. Tho suro foundations cf tho stato aro laid in knowledge, not in ignorance G. W. Curtis. The very substauco of tho ambitious is merely the shadow of a droam. Shakespeare, great deal of Men who have had txperienco learn not to loso thoir tern- l er. Chorbuliez. ., ' 11 OINTMENT A SURE SOLD rillD CO.. V 'CURES NOTHING BUT PILES.' and CERTAIN CURE known for 10 yoars as tho BEST REMEDY for PILES. PrttiridtrBICHABECOlT I -- JtY AI.I. imroaisTs. CT. LOUIS. VIS .' jLf,sTri.r-fX".i(- ! . fo W g ssjiaf t .n.fc efcfcM. .ff.iIs..s.Pol. St f'j' OfiMI- - Stanford, Kv., August 28, 1896 E. C. Walton, Business Manager. You should take your prescriptions to Penuy'iiilruir store wiiero prompt and accurate aorvlce Is guaranteed. I'JMSOXAn POINTS. Mrs. J. 0. MoUlaky continues quite sick. Gkoiiok FaiiiiisIs tttkln in tlioblcyclo W. R Dillion, o( Livingston, is tipraces at Somornut. Mim Ktta Hull Clovd is visitinK ped for Warden of the Frankfort penitentiary. friends in Parkai-illi- . Mu. and Mas. J. 0. UAYa returned Miib. J. M. Alvkiison is tIbHIiik Mrs. from Trtlhaui's Springs yesterday, much Mattiu Alvereon in IUcIimond. improved. Mil. G. 1). Coonn tins been laid up for Mas. Emily Sauklry returned yestera lew dnjH but is about well Aaln. day from h protracted visit to her daugMioa IUttik Ilicia.18, o( Crab Orchhter at Columbia. ard, was the- Kueat o( Mrs. James F. CumMk. Edwakd Paiik, of Boston, Iibr mins. been on a vlait to his cousins, Misses Jin. and Mus. W. H. Uigqiss' little Mary and Laura Holm. Elliabeth, after being very 111 is convaMu. Thomas Dalton and wife are vislescent. iting Capt. Frank Riley and wifo at LonMil. W. K. Smith, of OliUon Forge, don and attending the Fair. Va., arrived yesterday to visit Mies EdMiss Jknnik Glostkr and sister, who na Courts. have been visiting Mls Adelo Saulley, Mn. Thomas Daito.i will resume his returned to Gallatin Tuesday. old position aa Jeweler at Ptnuy'a drug Thk illness of Miss Virginia Bowman store Monday. interfered with the plans ol Misses Olive Mm. W. J. IIouam, of Qarrard, spent Woodson and Fanniu Shanks, so Miss several days with her brother, Mr. Henry Woodson, did not leave till yesterday D. Vaughruan. whon she went to Georgetown and will Mrshks. "W. A.TniiniLB, J. E. Portman go thence to St. Joseph, Mo. A groat and It. M. Newland went to the Lebanon many frionds here are sad over her defair Wednesday. parture. MieafiAnAH CuitTia has goue to to take the position of matron a' CJTi'AXD VICIX1TV. Ohriatian College. Whits bells at titmuks'. Mita. B. 0. SANUiDOcnnd children, of the West Knil, are visiting her sister, Ladies' white linen collareatShanks'.' Mrs. B. Ohancellor. Baikiains in guns at Craig it IJockMim Mayus Caiidin, who has been visltiDg Mrs. B. X. Holler, returned to er a. New Haven Tuesday. Solid silver tea spoons J6 por set at Hon. ami Miib, It, 0. Wahiikv Bttend- - franks'. oil the burial of Mrs. I. a. Wkrren at Mint) spices for pickled hi Warren & Somerset Wednesday. Wit auks and daughter, Shanks'. Miw. B. K. Nannie B , re viditlna Mrs. J. H. Ladies' half shoes at almost cost at at Crab Ouhanl. Shanks'. Mn. JoiinF. Hkinhaht, father of K. L. Tahlets and school supplies at Craig & d Hoinhart, of this place, has gone to Hocker's. to open n grocery. Hats, hat, hats, lints at cash prices at Fiiom a Richmond, Va., paper we see that Mr. Tim W. Higginsisin that his- Shanks'. toric and hospitable city. IlKADqUAlrTKn lor tine perfumes. Mn. and Mus. J. II. Aliikiuiit, of Craig A Hooker. Urodhead passed through to Cuiey WedTan shoes are being sold at very small nesday to viilt relativea. Mimed Jknnib and Mauik Wahukn profits at Shanks'. and their guest, Mips Susie Demean, ate Nkw calicoes, percale, cc, for school with relatives in Lancaster. dresses at Severance & Sou. Mrs. ItonxuT and boys n're back from a protracted visit to her Say, want a watch V Good time to get it from Dunks, the Jeweler. mother In Cincinnati. Mrs. J. II. Monin and children, who Fbcit jars, jelly gluests, tin cans and have been visiting her parents, Mr. and sealing wax at Warren & Shanks. Mrs. O. J. Crow, returned to Nulin Wednesday. Wk can save you money on family, Mies Salmb Poi'K, who has been visit ready mixed paints Craii? k Hocker. ing Mrs. J. 8. Hundley, returned to Stohb HougK with living rooms attachSpringfield Wednesday. Mies Mary ed, near depot, for rent. Apply to Noel Hundley accompanied her. Mn. Nai'OLkon Sami'son, of Mnyuood, & Son. . Lincoln county, whs here to eo his Thk L. & N. haH heeu running an avermother and other relatives, from Satur- age ol 20 freight trains a duy for (lie last Hatrodsburg Mayings. mouth. day UllMondnv Mb. J.N. Saundklh win in Frankfort grain drill and fertilizer atthis week, lint as the court of appeals is tachment. Something new, you should not in session, the visit was doubtless for the purposo of paying court to n difler-jn- t see it. HiggitiM A: McKuiney. kind ol a tribunal. Lost. Go'd spectacles, between my Ool.T. P. Him, is in receipt of many house and tho cemetery. Return to the letters of invitation to make speeches for store and receive reward, Mrs. A. B. National democracy, but if Penny. the he la as wittb an he is eloquent, he will Tuicorder for election on the question not listen to the voice of the tlatterer of free turnpikes appears in this issue. this time. Thk speech of Bright Swiuebroad for The vote will be taken at the regular Nothe prosecution in the case of Jonea for vember election. killing Cumley, in which ho was given a Notice. I have the Bear Oreok pure life sentence, was groatly complimented cannot coal at 14c per bushel; atao the by the Lancaster .bar mid others who Peacock lump coal at 0 and 10c per bushheard it. The young man seems to have el. Oflico and yard, Mill street, oppoThey Comb Hioh. A local hunter ina bright fnture. site Roller Mill. J, B. Higgins, Stan- sists that at present equirrela are the most Col. Nicholas McDowell, who came ford, Ky. costly delicacy of the season. He figures from Crab Orchard last week by turnWont Rbihjild. Mr. S. H. Shanks thualv: During the last week 10 of our pike, Bays that if tho governor and sinking fund commissionora would rido over and Dr. J. B. Owsley have decided not to crack shots have spent 2 days hunting this road they would keep President robuild at Lancaster and unless thoir them and have only bagged nine. He is worth 2 per Jack Bosley and his directors in oflico lots there aro bought by some one who thinks that their time will build, the quiet old town will pre- day, each, which would alone amount to for life. The pike is in splendid shape. sent its present gloomy appearance for $25. To this amount ho adds $L for toll Advocate. and $4 for horse hire (which is less thau A note from Rev. W. E Ellis says that all time to come. Tho two fires in bo they paid) and he has a total of $30. So he and Mrs. Ellis got as far as Louisville short a timo have taught these gentleit will be seen that tho squirrels cost on their way hero to visit friends, but men that it is not safe to own property $3,331 a pieco, which is almost as high as were prevented by circumstances which in a town without water works. humming birds' hearts. Oi coarse none made it impossible to come. They regret A Close Call. No. 28, Capt, Dick of the 10 gentlemen were such Nimrods it very much, but could in no event re- Delphand Engineers. W. Pettibone, as Messrs. H. 0. Rupley, H. J. McRob-ertgret it more than their friends here, who had a close call Tuesday. Just before it J. W. Uayden, J. A. Allen, E. W. have been looking with anxious delight dashed upon a high trestle near Sinka Smith, etal. for the promised visit, which Is denied the engineer noticed a signal which had them. Anthony Alcoun, thecondemned parbeen left thero by a freight brakeman, A mbbhy party from Crab Orchard Thomas ricide, was In better shape yesterday than Sears. A hoisa had started to Springs came down in the large omnibus acrosi the bridge and had fallen between we have overseen him. Askod why he Tuesday and spent several hours in town. the ties and hung suspended there. Had had acted bo contrary last week, he said The jail, the Inteiuoii Jouhnal oflico the train dashed on it there might have he wasn't feeling well, but he was better and other points of interest H'ere visited. been a disastrous wreck on the trestle. now. In answer to questions he also Following aro those who composed tho said that he wanted to live as long aa he Spkakinci. Mr. John B. Thompson. could, but if they hang him he couldn't party: Mrs. A. S. Drake, Danville, Miss Indianapolis, Mrs. candidate, for Congress, will speak here help it. He didn't seem so sure of his Nora Sullivan, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hebdon and Mr. and next county court day and ho cordially salvation as formerly, in fact he hardly Mrs. James 8uddoth, Friersport, Miss., oxtends to Judge Davison a division of knows what he does feel. That be can Mrs. A. H. Rice, Mrs. L. W, Landram, time. In fact Mr. Thompson is very distinguish right from wrong hi not de0. W. Sbugars and Miss Altio Marksbu-ry- , anxious to have a joint debate with the nied, but he is so little removed above Lancaster, A. Frank, Lexington, "jedge,"but which we predict ho will tho brute that he haa no realization of MifStB Uattio Hlrsch, Terra Haute, Ind., never Ret. The "gray gelding" will have the enormity of his crimo or the severiJean and Helen Dick, Rockford, Ill.,j business in Jackson or some other re ty of its punishment. This being the Mrs. Dr. E. G. Dick, and Mrs. Gus. mote portion of the district when Mr. case, his execution would be no vindicaHoffman, Crab Orchard, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson comes to this county. Judge tion of the law, nor would it be of beneGeorge Wolfe, and Mlsa Betlie Oolgan, R. J. Breckinridge and Mr. Robert Hard- fit to the community. A commutation Loulsvillo and John Bell, Hartford City, ing will speak at Crab Orchard Saturday of sentence would givo him the benefit III., Mlseea Jean and May Shelby, Area afternoon, Sept. 5, and it is possible that f ttiAilmiht of hia mental resnonsibilitv Mr. Thompson will also be there. ' and meet every end of justice. ta. Nicho-lasvill- e. Ilus-toii"lllo Mb. T. II. Shanks went to Lebanon yesterday. Mr. Ivan W. Fish has our thanks for news favors. MissSallik DkBord went to Grab Orchard yesterday. Mn. T. A. Rick, of Now Orleans, has joined his wife here. Mas. J. 0. Waynb, of Somerset, Is tho guest of the Misses Beck, Dn. I. S. Wkslky and wifo, of Middle-burwere here yesterday. Mus. flu. J. O. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Black in Knoxville. Misses Floha and Cynthia Buck have returned from n visit to friends at Cam-untu- Tan belts in all the shades at Shanks'. For insurance on your tobacco and bacco barnB see Jesse D. Wearen. Fknciho Shanks. wire cheap. Warren & to- H. C. RUPLEY, g, - Ste-pbe- Ulcti-mon- Kkzl hua-band- 's Ons-uors- i: ed Plbabr settlo your account. I noed troduces new ideas, and does to a dot, tho monoy and must have it. This means what bo Bays he will do. you. Mre. Kate Duddorar. Two Negro bojs, Fields Salter and Mn. A. 0 Eastland tells us that the Will Lee, aro in jail for treapasaibg en $2,000 that Mr. J. W. Bibb held In his tho premises of Perry Ballard. Judge company, tho Mutual Life of New York, Carson fined them $10 and costs each and is ho'e and ready for hia heirs. Lee was fined $5 more on a like charge made by J. T. Joni"). Fair. A meeting of the stockholders of the Hustonville Fair will be held there Fatal Collision- .- W. T. Richardson to morrow, 20th, for tho purpcua of elect- writes us from Junetion City that Oscr ing ollicers. All interested are invited to Patterson, formerly of that place, but late of Spring Hill, Tonn , and Dr, W. B. attend. Hunn, of Shelby City, collided heads Taxhs. The tax books are ready and down while on their bicycles at 7:30 your taxes are due and unpaid. By set- Wedneeday night. Patterson suffered tling at onco you will save yourself both concussion of the brain and died in 12 expense and trouble. T. D. Newland, hours, but Hunn escaped serious injury. sheriff. Decased was 19 years of age and an exThkiik h an apparently sound nnd ro- cellent young man. bust man in this county, who is drawing Thk colored teachers' institute ia being a pension, under the belief that he has admirably conducted by Prof. 0.0. Monovarian tumor. At least that is what they roe, of Lexington, a man of superior in told him he had anl we suppose he be telligence and education, and the session Moves it. is proving very profitable to the ttncherB, Caution. Since wa use nothing but who listen with rapt attention to his lecselect wheat, and guarantee every pound tures aud offer suggestions when they of out flour, you should insist on having think they can do so profitably. They our goods. Some other mills are grind- seem to take a great deal more interest in ing smutty and musty wheat. J. U. the proceedings than the white teachers and as for singing they perfectly eclipse Baughman & Co. them. The exercises nro opened with a Old Betsy Dkad. Old Betsy, the fam- regular program of music and many peo ily horse of Mr. Leo Myors, died last ple gather to hear it. Dr. W. D. Tardif week, aged 23 years. Old Betsy was leads and with Miss Lutilla Givens, alto, foaled In tho spring of ISfJS; the proper- and Miss Mollio Berry Givens, soprano ty Mr Myers in Casey county. Betsy is witn the lull school as chorus, they make the il'in of 25 colts. No doubt after her melody worth listening to. long ears of usefulness, Betsy has gone Last night these with the assistance of to that happy land where all good horses Misses Mattio Millor and Lettie Sinclair, go. Mrs. Le Myers. were to give an open sesiion, when a full program of good music was to have been Thk catalogue ol the Rockcastle Coun- rendered. Messrs. J. W. Stanton, Peter ty Fair, which is In press at this oflico, Dent, Misses Ida Pdnningion, Sarah shows that there will be bicycle, running Denny, Maud Ross and Mrs. Mattie and trotting races each day. Thero are Richardson are theteachors present who 100 or more rings and almost every kind were not included on the first list. The of animal aud article imaitinablo can be committee on resolutions yesterday reexhibited. The catalogue will he full ol ported the following: advertisements, scores of business men Resolved, That it he tho senso of this having taken advantage of the excellent institute that the session of '00 has been opportunity to let the public know about pleasant and beneficial. the good tl.ings they've got. 2. Thatjwe appreciate the consecrated dovotion to duty aa manifested by our Joan Dvk, a nephew of the great origcounty superintendent, Miss Kate Blain, inal and only real Col. Josh Dye, lanand pledge her onr support and assis guishes in durance vile. He is charged tance in raising the general standard of with breakinglnto his uncle's house and our schools. stealiug his G. A. R. uniform and other 3. That we tender Prof. 0. 0. Monroe article, and the prospects are rather our unbounded thanks for the masterly gloomy for hia,. His trial is Bet for tomanner In which he has conducted the day. Some timeHgo, he was shot in the session and for the store of information leg by a man aimed Elliott and tho imparted nnd school room devices given wound is still running and greatly inflam- us. ed. 4. That for the session of '97 wo deaiie a joint instituto with another county or While at Lancaster Monday, Mrs. counties if practicable and if not that Louisa Perrin, mother of Mr. J. W. Per tho session be held at Hnstonyille, prorin, of this place, showed our business vided, however, that this suggeation manager a quilt that had been sent to her meets tho approval of our county superby Mrs. Robert Perrin, of Union Stan intendent. Mo. It contalni about 2,500 pieces, some 5 That we endorse the compulsory of which ord so small that they can Bchool law nnd regard it a Btop in the scarcely be seen. The donor made it af- right direction nnd ask lurther legislation ter the order of one she saw in her to perfect its efficiency. dreams and has named it "Ladies' Dream 0 That we appreciate the interest Quilt." It is indeed a beautiful and by Stanford's citizens. piece of ntodlo work iiud Mrs 7 Tnat we tender our thanka to MiBS Perrin is justly proud of it. Lutilla Givens for eflicient services as secretary; and Mr. W. P. Walton for cop-le- s Killed a Woman. As the Richmond ol I.NTKiuoK Journal. train was coming South Monday night 8. That resolutions b published in Engineer McGarr saw something on tho The Standard and our cauntv papers. track on abridge betweeu Paint Lick ar.l M. S. Butcher, A. M. Stowart and W. Lowell. The curve is sharp and he was D. Tardif. but a short distance oil". Ho applied the air nnd reversed the engine, but it was VKW ADYKRTlHKltKNTs. too late. The object, which proved to bo a woman, was run into and knocked to tho ground below. The train was stopI ped when it was found that the bodyi which wao fearfully mangled, was that of AiBUraianofCapenterhelri I will rent at Dove Leuvel), u colored woman of 25, Hujtonvillo on SATURDAY, SEPT. 3, 189S, a who was not very bright Lifo was exFarmof232Arces of Good Land, tinct. Coroner Greenleaf was notified Well iraproTtd Aerti for wheat, and ho hold an inquest. well iet in crass. m man-Heate- Don't fail to see W. VV. Withers' ad. in another column. He seta the pace, in- THE MEREMANT TAILOR -- Is Receiving his- - iPMINGr AND ,iaM(MME& Stock. All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. OUR STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS Is for the most part sold and to close them out entirely we oiler the residue AT n o IL.1GBS TJQCAN CdDgTo - You can buy winter stock from us at wholesale pi ices. W. P. TATE, o S Sta.nforcL o O I K o y 3 s re r ej -- 5 re 3 crq ao a W RP 32 . CJ s. SU P . r to p. 3 rr 3 Z, c n O rr r Sii 3 rr '- cj 3. P 3- m re in m o tiTsiiiisB WlasiaTfT 3 g. H sj H 5 n tu 8 8- - 2! 2 f nfll t MB WtasHsiB WBff n Z -l -- o n o 73 r rf i" p 3 I -- oI -3 11 Vr- - era 5 3 a, 2. rs p era c w a. a P VI in h- -i j3 re re CO p " c 5 re re p (n P 3 " tP u u re I i I ?y n B asVsHnsEiaBHBsiiiiiiiiiiiiisH I C O With Steel Beam is considered the best for turning under Rag Weed and Stubble. THE GIBB'S IMPERIAL FLOW, And the like, and you should see my stock and get my prices before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. d WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS, B. K. WEAREN. tfT!SjS&S555S55j NEW FALL GOODS Coming in Daily. 1 -- Public Renting JLNOW NT m-L-u.- KJXU : New Hats, New Pants, Percales, Calicos, Uillilg, TVT NtJW Ol OilUtJC), Sixty-Ko- ut bl-an- ce 3' W J T. RObE, Hustonville, Ky. Apron Ginghams, Bleached and Brown Cottons at prices that competition don't touch in this section. AN ELECTION NOTICE. Notice is given that an election will be held on N0WISA600DTIME ' To buy Cotton Goods. They will never be as cheap again. Tuesday, Nov. 3rd, 1896, At thereiruler November Election, in Lincoln county, Kr., lor the purpose of taking the senso of the leeal and qualified voters of said county on the proposition whether or not to have Free lurn-pikand Gravel Itoadsm said county of Lincoln. Said election will bo held in pursuance- ot an order ot the jud ol the Lincoln County Court, made aid entqred at the Aujuit terra of said court. 1896, which order is in words and figures, at es s, t: JUST FOR n A FLYER AC. Wi nffrr A Yard Wide Brown Cotton at visit You should s, Moy-nar- d, Itegular Term Lincoln Couuty Court, held Ausr o, 1896, Horn Geo. M. Davison. a f valuing. In the matter of J. M. Cook and others, voters ol L'ncoln county, Kf.. lor a vote in said countv upon tayprprmMtion to have Free Turnpike anil Gravel Roads in said countyx On motion cf the applicants' counsel herein, tho application of J. M Cbak and othera, votera of Lincoln county, Ky., heretofore directed to. and received by the County Judge of the Lincoln Co. Court, wa sulmitted to the judge of said court at the regular August term thereof, and on the 10th day ol August, 1896, and it appearing to the satisfaction of tbe judge ol said court that a written application asking for a vote upon tbe proposition to have r ree Turnpikes and Gravel Hoads in Lincoln county. Ky., was heretofore, On tho 6th day of August. 1606. nrnentu,! m 9n.l by said judge, and that said written application wa signed by a number ot voters of said Co. ot Llnco n equil to 15 per cent, cf the vote cast at th Iaitprecerding election held in said c. untr, which was a general and regular election, and the petitiontrs making said .ippllcatlon having paid into court a sulliciont amount ot money to pay for tne orders, printing, advertising and all otner aec- t.wiy expenses connecieu wim tne election prayed tor.it is now therefore ordered that an election be held in Lincoln county, Kentucky, at the next regular election therein on tho 3rd dy of November 1893, more than 6b days intervening between tho entering of this order and the day ot said regular election, to take the sense of the qualified voters ol said county upou. the proposition to have Free Tu'npikes and Gravel Roads in the said Co. of Lincoln, and Thomas D. Newland, the sheriff ofsald county of Lincoln, is hereby directed open a poll at each and all of the voting rrreinctto in said county of Lincoln at the time heretofore ilesljrnited, for the purpose ot taking the sense of the qualified vo ers of the county ot Lincoln on the proposition aforesaid. T. JJ. NEWLAND. B. L. C. ji Short length woolens at half price. Odds and ends in Hosiery at a triflle only. OurRemnantCounter -- SEVERANCE & SON. S5s3sS55-tts saajesss Is This What the Public Wants ? o t. .. I am raising the standard of Furniture, Undertaking Goods, Car pets. Wall Paper and Picture Framing in quality and Lowering the Price. For the last three weeks 1 have bought extensively in the Grand Rapids and Sheboyagan markets, which are the largest and most upto date manufacturers of designs and quality in the world. Now I expect to show a stock that has never been eclipsed in Central Kentucky, all things being equal. I mean to inform my friends and acquaintances that my goods are on show. No trouble to show them No harm done if you fail to make a purchase. Come and see me first last or any time. W. W. WITHERS, Undertaker, and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Matting, Wall Paper, &C, Stanford, Ky. -- l" TT"- "- iv zbh i 'iijy , .ujsW. CxMU..i!j!a.1i"at'J.,iLrAr: ,..,, J ., '?:i'i,u.",oO'Ci?STjMi.l.i ii'n r 2Si-Jji)Z- Z r-- 8! Semi-Week- ly interiorJourna: AT Ing them that the vigor and health of IAR.VAXD TRADE ITEMS. against young manhood is no d Southdown Bucks lor Bale. F. Raid, tho inexorable demands of the common 2F. Stanford. . sato-guar- J. B. THOMPSON, Is a candidate for Congress in this, the Eighth District, subject to the action ol the Democratic NOTICE ! Pabllebed Bvory Tuesday and Friday 83 P3B VJC.A.K. IX ADVANCE will be charged.TWl not sopaid S2.50 K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains leave Stanford at 7:10 a. m., and 4:05 p. m., returning at 4:30 p m., and 9:10 p. m L. & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. Weibl purchased in Bourbon 07 cafu tie averaging 1,500 at 3J to 4c. It is not? Joe Piitchen, 2:03, which is the world's Btallion pacing record. J. M. Coffey Bold to 0. M. Jones 12 feedets averaging 1,'JOO pounds at 3. J. M. Hill bought of various parties a hunch of 500 pound holferj at 2jc. Bailey fc Drye will go to Bardstown next week with their string of invinci-blee- . bnemy. "Thereforo bo ye also ready." Party. No, tfi, No. 15, Ho. S3, Wo. 14, Train going North her than Junction City Waller Warron sold to W. M. Cal' South 04 " -- .. 1 03 p tn vert, of Boyle, a pair of three-year-oQUEEN & CRESCENT. mare mules for $160. V. I. Herrinsold at Lancaster Mon Trains pats Junction City as followi: cattle at 17 ta 07 p m No a North ...3.41 p m day a bunch of No. 1 South " ' ...1 00 p in 11.09 3 am ' 6 " am and h yoke of oxen for $03. ...3.15 13? j " " 8 35 pm ' 10 ...6 00 a ra , The colored fair association at Dan-vil- lo Nos. 4 and 5 and 9 and 10 run no fur- Note. cleared $G 25 on the ehare while the - -- --. - 33m u pm 11 37pm ld ami's All trams stop there. ! POWDER Absolutely f A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United StatcsGov-ermncReport. ROYAL BAKING POWDERO. Pure nt New York. ids,, w. s. K FE3sr:Brz mwr n, DeiitiBt, Office on : Stanford, : Xy. Street, at Roiidence. Laccattir w. s. Stanford, House. Office on BTjjacH:, Attorney at Law, - - Kentucky, SS Collections receive especial attention. Lancaster Street, opposite the Court white association lost big money. J. L. Jarviseold to G. W. Singleton his farm of 51 acres on Cedar Creek, together witb 10 acres of corn for $1,850. Baughman Bro's sold to D.N.Prew-itt- , 10 C50 pound yearling cattle at 3 and 10223 pound hogs at 3c Advocate Gentry Bros, have bought in tho last few days 75 stock hogs and are feeding them old corn. They paid 3c for them, Georgo O. Abraham sold to John Holmes a bunch of 1,000 pound feeders at 3c. H. F. Newland sold him a bunch of same at same price. II. F. Ilillunmeycr, the Lexington horticulturalist, says it is a waste of time The to plant strawberries in the fall. proper time is in April. Will Moreland bought of George G. W. Rifle, James McCormack and others 90 feeding cattle running in weight from 1,200 to 1,335 at 3jc. Land owners in Bell and adjoining ounties have gone wild over the recont great oil strike. Eastern capitalists are gabbling up all the available land. Col. Underwood sold to D. N. Praw- itt a bunch of sboats at 33. Mr. Prewitt also bought of William Ilnbble a bunch ot eame at 3c and of E T. Miller a bunch of big hogs at 23c. Cane Lewis, a Bourbon county farm laborer, has been jailed at Paris, on the charge of wife murder, ilia wife died suddenly nad an investigation showed that her skull had been crashed. Egle Bird. Jr., tho stolen saddle horse, property of John and Homer Biughmsn, was found on Andrew Whitley's farm, Monday afternoon, lie was sonnd and all right, but bore marks which indicated that lie had been ridden some distance and turned loose. Advo-ct- e. y, J. : T. STTTTOST. UNDERTAKER, : HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Offers bis services o tho people ol West Lin-- co n and Casey Counties. Full stock of Coffins Ml Caskets always on hand. gs D, 8. Carpenter, Manager. - BARKER HOUSE, J. F. DARKER, Proprietor, b' y Somerset, - - Kentucky. Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Day. Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large and Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and office connected hy Electric Bells. 47 Prompt and polite service to guests. The fall trotting meeting of the Louis-villDriving and Fair Association will be held Sept. 2S to Oct. 3. Some of the best horses in America have been secur ed and the stakes and purses, which run from iS00 to 51,500, have been filled beyond expectation. Entries close Sept. 15. Address George Lindenberger, secretary, for further particulars. About 150 cattle were on the market The demand at Winchester Monday. was brisk and abort all were sold. Several lots of 1,000 lb. feeders brought 3 cte; two other lota of yearlings, weight 800 lbs , sold for 3cta; heifers of same weight, 2 to 2J cts. and a fbw extra ones went at 2.90; 500 good mountain owes sold in lots at $2.25 to $2.50 each; a few lots of bogq brought 3 cts. Democrat. o FALLEN ASLEEP. THE RILEY HOUSE F. B. aiLay. Proprietor, London. - - - Kentucky. w. mill). James W,,son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bibb, was born in Lincoln county, Ky., Oct. 3rd, 1SG9, near Turnersville, and j. Kv !. I have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience da sirsd. Give me a call. 77 FRANK RILEY, John I). Cattleman. A. G. I.anham INSURANCE COMPANY lif ft- - OF LIVERPOOL. BSRBBE 5. CaSTLEMM, MANAGERS, Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents Throughout the South. W. A. TaiBBLlS, LOCAL AGENT, Stanford, Portland - - 37tf Kentucky. San Francisco. .To the Via The ?) ICUISVHU KCWAtBANTa CllUJUO Hl(,r- - Only Din. nc Car Route From xomsirrrx.i. Elegant Pullman Vcstlbuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address TO CHXC&GO. E.H.BACON P. P, A , JTKANK J. REID.) f G. P. Agent, i or (. ) Louisville Chicago. lie sure to call. for xvionon itouie. Danver. St Paul. died at the same old homestead where he was visiting his parentB, Friday night, Aug. 21, 1S90, ag-i- 27 yearj, 10 montbs and 18 days. That man slayer, known as typhoid fever, claimed him as his victim. "Death lovea a shining mark," has been fulfilled again, truly in this case. Bro. Bibb professed religion and joined the Presbyterian church at McKinney, when about 15 or 1G years old, under the pastorate of Rev. I. S. McElroy, in a inciting conductod by Dr. E. O. Guer-ran- t, whore be remained a consistent member until his death. About a year ago be obtainrd the blessing of entire Binctification or perfect love in a meeting held in his church by Bros. Mcln-tyr- e and Newsora. Ho lived this high life most beautifully, as every saint and sinner, blnck and white, rich and poor, is no w testifying, very conscientiously. Gen tle in manner, sunshine and joy filled his life. For the put year he has been a living demonstration of St. James, 3:17, "The religion that ia from above is first pure, then peaceful, gentle, easy to be entreated, full of mercy and good fruits, without hypocrisy and without partiality." His life victorious, his death triumphant. In the dying hour he prayed most powerfully for his family and friecdi and Bhouted God's praise aloud. Said, "Tell my friends and especially Bros. Grinstead, Newsom and Adam Pence I've gone on to Heaven, meet me there." By the grace ol God we will ) It Lm been well said by a great man that man and wounn of such experiences "dio well." And to the crujhed and bleeding hearts that are bereft ot a husband, eon, father and brother, lit mo eay. God makes no mistakes, but ia simply unfolding His providences through these Jesus Bays to you, John 13:7, "What I do ttiou kooweet not now, but thou shall know hereafter." Therefore be submissive to His will and-ec- a His goodness and wisdom. His death should be a great warning to the young, remind- ( chas-teuiogB. Feel soft a downy pillows are Tho president of tho ropublio of An- GARLAND While on his breast I lay my head dorra, in tho Pyronees, roooivos n Balnry Is a candidate for Superintendent Public Schools And breathe my life outBweetly there." of J1B nyear. of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the uertiocrauc party W. S. Ghinstkad. Georges Gharpeutier, tho Paris lias rotired from tho firm that S. WAYXES1WRG. bears his name. Is a caudidato for of Lincoln county, Tho widow of Baron Ilirsch lias mado subject to the actionAitcsordemocratic party. Some of our boys seem lost since tho ol the a donation of 100,000,000 francs to procamp meeting.!! mote tho We had a nico rain and the farmers Argentina.omigratiou of Russian Jews to IIOLDAM are busy plowing for wheat. It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county, Senator Blackbnrn of Kentucky is an subject .0 the action of the democratic paity. Mr. Tucker is again in this vicinity uthlcto among athletes. Ho ridtw horsebuying his second car load of calves this back, not a bike, and thinks horseback SAMUEaL, M. OWENS season. riding and hunting the finest of Mrs Kenton Singh tin is very low Tho queen of the Bismarck archipela- It a candidate for the riff of Lincoln Countr. sub with fever. Mrs. O. M. Kitea isstill very go, who in making a tour around tho ject to the action of the democratic party. worm, will visit an tno principal placts sick with malaria and chills. J C. McCORMACK in tho United States. Her sister lives in child is very sick. Mass. It a candidate for Alienor of Lincoln County, A number of Waynesburg people Haverhill, action of Count Adam Moltko, who 1ms recent- subjret to the tt earnestly the democratic party. will attend the Cumborhnd River Aeso our support solicited. Lily ly bocomo engaged to Miss Louisotto ciatiou, which convenes at White Bonaparte of Baltimore, lifts nu AmeriM. F. church in Pulaski county, Sept. 1. can aunt in the daughter of Benjamin Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, Democratic candidates are getting llutton of Orange, N. J. subject to the action of the democratic party. very numerous in tli'a vicinity Utoly. Miss Florenco Lantorbach, daughter S. W. O G. Baker, for assessor, and of Edward Lantorbach, president of tho EMBRY for sheriff, seem to be the favorites .New 1'ork Republican county committee has begun the htudy of law as n stu- Is a candidate for Attestor of Lincoln Couuly. here. subject to the action l the democratic party, ana Mr. Bastin resumed his duties atthe dent in tho oillco of her father. earnestly atkt your support. Photographs which wcro recoutlr school Monday, after a week's absence attending the institute. During the va- takon of Princo Bismarck und Li Hung C. G. Chnng sitting together on tho terrace of was greatly imcation the school-houIs a candidate for Assesior of Lincoln, sublsct to tho house at Friedrichs-ru- h action of the democratic party. Thinking the proved by being celled, a great deal of havo been placed 011 sale iu Berlin. oulhcrn end of the couniy is entitled to a tlice ol the pic he atkt jour support. the plastering being off. New shutters Two bnbos nt English, Ind., havo rewere also added to the windows. cently been christened Abraham LinSALE. coln Ulysses Grant William MoKinley HUBBLE. and Thomas JeiTorou Andrew Jackson James Monroe William Jennings Bryan. A 103d ReslJence llout In Stanlord. with The new qhurcu nore will be comon tame lot, lor salt. The lot contains Marshall Field, the linlliouairo merpleted by the last of September. acre, an J can be eauly divided, putting t chant of Chicago, it is said, intends to lots. At and residence on A good big Bryan Club has been or- mako Washington his winter home. Ho able price and en caty trrmt. Apply ta Ky. N. SAl'NDr,RS, Stanlord, JJtf ganized here in the last few davs. is to build u palace of buch projwrtions G. A. Swinebroad has returned with as to givo his entreo n profound impresa large fbek of stock ewes for sale. sion. Dr. Herring presented Mr. and Mrs. Piorro Lot I is said to siwnd inoro of James Wood Bourne with a fine girl a his time boforo the cnuiera than any And tee the new Hats at Mis. Dudderar's Tern. man in Euroj,K, except Kaiser William new few davB ago. fleol Fashion this week. New Legon, In ail and tho Princo of Wales. Ho has a and Ribbons the new Persian effects Low Hovers We are glad tr siy that our neighPrices Handsome good but Dress tatcit title and bor boys, Joe E. Robinson and G. B. mnuia for being piotogrnphcd iu fancy notice. tnaklug done in tteUIDDKKAH, on short M.I). costumes. MRS. KA1K DLMDKKAR. Swinebroad, are having ftood Buccess in Tho veteran German ropo dancer their law practice at Lancaster. Kirie, who has just died at tho r.go of D. N Prewitt bought ome hogs of 77, performed on tho tight roi a week about 175 pounds of Win. Hubble and boforo his death. He was colebrated ON IMPROVED KAUMS Ed Minor at 3- - Threshing in about all outside of his profusion as tiio father dono in this community and some wheat of ao children. In Lincoln county, Ky , at ft per cent , teml n Address sold at GOc. J. B. Gentry Bro are buy John Qiiinii, a Louisville iolivniinii, nual interct:, ro committlon thsrgrd liuilding, weight 245 lKiunus, was married the (KO W ).VY ForliiMHi 17, Keurou and fur ing hogs to feed their orn to at 3c. Mask appllcatiatts Louisville. Ky olj N Saundcn, Atther information, Tam glad to bo able to read the I.J. other day to Miss Mary E. Smith, who torney, Stanlord, in.juu I Ky. weighs more than 200 rounds. They again, hb it is a letter from all portions are tho heaviest bridal couplo of the of Kentucky and many other places to year in Louisville. all of its reader. I wish to thank our Bishop Alfred E. Curtis (Roman many friends of this community for the Catholic) of tho dioceso of Wilmingkindness shown me and my family du- ton, Del., has forwarded to Homo Ins ring my sickness, and especially do I resignation of his heo bocauso ho want to thank the good women of this that ho has reached the ngo (03) NOW OPEN. community who sent me so many good when ho bhould givo his place, to anthings to eat. I hope that in the future other. Mr. Arthur Pincro, tho English Present E.NGAoii.MKNTs Givk PromI may meet with oppotunities to do all dramatist, is a man of pronounced inof them some favor in rpturn. ise oif Largest Attentellectual presence. Ho has n fluo foredance for Years. head, bulging out somewhat over tho SOMEWHAT LOCAL. eyes, nml those strong, henvy frontal Sam Harris, a Knox county distiller, uichcs which are almost instiuctivcly New Music, New lisas, Hew Chefs, accidentally killed bis cousin, Thomas associated with brain power. Willinm Brooks, who deserted from WRITE FOR TERMS. Harris. Dr. Mac Eliott, son of Rev. Milton tho English navy and was reported dead, is now in a predicament. Ho wants to CUS HOFMANN, Elliott, formerly of Garrard county, has bo recognized as alive, even if ho will jjti located at Bryantavill. bo tried for defcertiou. Tho officials, A poatoflio has been established at however, refuse to reviso their deud list, Goldbug, Whitley county, and John A. nud as ho is officially "dead" Brooks is a much perturbed man. Ballard appointed postmaster. George Lea veil shot and seriously Junction Citv, Ky. wounded John Upton at Bryantsvillp, Gov. O'Farrall, of Virginia, has par- county. Bad whisky was the' dined Wnvman Sutton, who has been Garrard s tntenced five times to hang for the mur- New Management, cauBe. J. L. Shadoan has been appointed der of Peter Harvel, in Wytho countjj Extensive Improvements, postmaster at Frazer, Wayne county, A. There ha J always been a slial t doubt Excellent Appointments. M Gibbons at Sewellton, Russell county, about h h guilt He was a Matter Mason Mazs at Saerloy, in Rock- and the Musons have b.'en working for a and Elizabeth The most accessible Summer Resort lis Kenpardon for years. castle. tucky. The greatest ditertity ol Mineral Waters "Why should we start and fear to die, What timorous worms we mortals are. Death is the gate to endless joy And yet we dread to enter there." "Jesus can mako a dying bed, SAM W. 3IENEFEE PERSONAL GOSSIP. Is a Caididate ior Sheriff of Lincoln County, sub ject to the action of the democratic pa ty. Having bouKht of J. W Adams hi Coat riant and good will at Rowland, Ky.,1 will continue the Coal llutloeit at said place W. T. SAUNDERS will have charge of it as he is well known In that end oi the county. 44 J. It. 1UOO I NS. HIPifTQ court for cash or Iu trade lor niLJiO, Stanford or at my home leather on In dart at Often-hel- lvrilltak all the hides I can gel SINGLETON GREEN Chat. Kunlm, Tanner . TO THT23 LADIES I pnb-lisho- r, FRANK I am back from the ciliet with vverythlnj; that ia new and prcttv in tho Millinery Hue. a visit to my ttore will convince you that thlt stock It tht most complete, J. F. Klcgant line Linens and Embroidery Material, MISSL1CCIK 1IKAZLKY, Stn ford, Ky A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Stanford, Ky. llullding. Sin-pisto- E3IMETT Office over McRoberta' Drug Store in the Owsley 27 FOR SALE. Desirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten Acres of Land, For dale. Hat on it a good, comfortable Dwelling of N Rooms, and all necessary outbuildings. One yard hydrant and one for wa terlng stock, alsj a splendid, never falling wtll, ror lutther particulars apply to J AS. ELKIN Men-efe- e, JOE T. IMIAILEY. 3 blaofoid, Ky. ICCUDo I will from now on deliver the Stanford Factory, BAKER lec regularly every rooming, Price se 100 Pounds and Over 40c por 100. All bills must m nth. RESIDENCE FOR tore-bout- e Any amonnt between 10 and too lbs at Jclo, putillvfly be paid the first of each K. IIKEMER. SHELBY & SHELBY, ttoie-hous- e sepa-ai- Props. Livery. Feed and Sale Stable, Junction City, First- - I - Kontuckv. Como One, Como All. Clan Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very Reasonable Kates. A portion of your patronage Is respeclfully toliciled. ilea. THE HUSTL1NO INSURANCE MAN, M. W. JOECITSOIT, And The Is Agent far The MONEY To LOAN New York IMtS Ins. Co. Aetna Accident Insurnnco Company. Host and Moit Favorable Term, of Insjrince ORAB ORCHARD STRINGS 0. T. JONES, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole proprietor Draa't lUaek Diamond Kool Paint hiliroat.t furnished for painting Wood, aletal and Iron Roolt. Satlttactisn guaranteed. All roots psinted with Dean's Ulack Diamond Paint guaranteed fur years In best Cistern Pumps and Galvanised Iron Kittns, Oalvao-lie- d and lllack Don Roofing of all kinds, si II lralrt FIRST NATIONAL BANK lOF STANPORD. KY. Capital Stock Proprietor. Surplus SIOO.000 23,700 J UNDERTAKING -- UY JT. C. BTCXiARir And Funeral Director. Practical Trimmer, Embalmer Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c Square, Stanford, Ky. opposite Court-Hous- e Room dEiLOVw GLOSS 0XTT OUR O OST! EOTIRE ST003S CO, Attention of the public is invited 10 the far that this is the only National Rank in Stanford Undsr the provisions of the National Hank are secured not only by the capital itock, but bv the stockholders liability lor aa amount equal to the stock, ao that depositors ol this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn statements of Iheconditiou of the bask are made each yearto the United States govtta-msand Its assets are esamined at staled times by government agents, thus securing addaltoaa perfect safety in depositors. ana This institution, originally ettabllthed at It Deposit Hank of Stanlord In tfjJ, then r. organ :iii as lbs Natfuua! Hank ol Stanford in iSoj and again tho Kirtt National Hank ol Stanlord tn 1M1, hat had practically an uninterrupted eiistcnceofjs years. Ills better supplied now with tadlillrs for transacting butinett prompt ly and liberally than ever before In its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduto te: found any where Whlto hulpbur, Klack ciaries, firms and Inditiduals respectfully toileted. Sulphur, Chalybeate, Epsom, Magnesia, halt, The Directory of this Dank is composed ol Alum, Ac, In an abundance. Hops every Friday Music by splendid orchestra. Write lor Forcttus ItciJ, Lincoln county; nlirht Circular and Analysis of waters. Table first S. T. Harris, Lincoln; Class. J, II. Colliei, Lincoln; & B. J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. llaughinan,l Lincoln; 3 Junction City, Ky. J. S.Hocker, Stanford; W. A.Trlbble.Staaford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner, McKinney; Farm No. l contains 991 acres In Washington county, Ky , the greater part of which Is In grattj M.J. Miller, Mt. V.rnou.Ky well watered, with good improvcm.nts, includti. Hockcr, President; ing new metal roof tobacco barn In 10 acre crop. ). J no. J. McKoberts, Cashier; This farm Is situated 111 what is pronounced the best district tn Kentuckv for White Hurley ToA. A. McKinney, Atit.Catblet bacco. Comfortable residence housu. Farm No. a contains too acres in same locality. with brick dwelling. Large stock and tobacco barns. One of the best Improved farms in the county. OK STANFORD, KY., Hoth farms are in fine stato of preseivatlon, well watered ond fenced. Clcue to R It. epot, schools, Iscowfullyorganiied and ready for business wlU market and on a fine turnpike. For information apply to J. N SAUNDERS. of -Stanford, Ky. 10 LinniBPfca Sprinj nl -- J. OVENS SON, Two Farms For Sale. Farmers Bank&Trnst Co Paid up Capital 3urplus, . $200,000. 20,000. PUBLIC SALE. As Assgnee ol l)azlcy Dros. and Mrs M. A. Ueailey, will, on , 1 WE HAVE DECIDED TO TUESDAY, SEPT. 15896 On of Mrs. M. A their premises, one mile Irom Stanford on the liuttcnvillo turnpike, sell publicly the lifcuttate lltaneyin And will sacrifice it in order to get rid of a large stock. Everything a Bargain. 83 ACRES OF LAND, Two-eigluh- H. THE Shu?oc-ehrh.reeyd ItLUK-GHAS- W BAR EN & S HERD OK H1SD 3BCQGS. My Breeders were selected from tne beat nerds of this famous breed of awme in several different States. A splendid lot ot pigs of different ages for sail. Bred tows a spe.ialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address R. H. BRONAUGII, Ky, Crab Orchard, And also the remainder interest in same s of tho belonging to Ileailey llros remainder are owned Ly other persons ho will, at a fair price, convey their intcresla to tho purchaser ol the above, aod the residue of the remainder Is A bond, will be old owned by a miner 10 given tho purchaser that, on attaining her majordirectors: ity, she will couvoy her In'erett to hun at tame J J. Williams, ML Vernoa; ' the rctt of the land sells, Altu a tract ot rate S. II. Shanks, Stanford; J, S. Owsley, Stanlord; -XiiVIs'D, 18 VCRICS S J. Kmbry, Stanford; Ilelongtng to Ileailey Uros., adjoining the above, J. 1). Owsley, Stanford; originally a part of tne tame tract lioodttwelling tract. Also IO J. F Cash, Stanford; and out buildings on the William GoochStanlord; XIoiWh.S Cowh.SJO Stoolc JT A. W.'.Carpenter, MlllcdgevilU, Ai-ri'Corn, MO of OutH, GrowInK W.'if.lCumnmis.l'reachers Mr, O Wiikoiih, full inrloy, 3. H Shnnks, President, Implouumtti, Ato. nut Di. JSB. OwsJey, Cashier, Terms made known oa day of sale. -- W. M. Uligbt, Teller. J. B. PAXTON, Aitignee. 48td ei SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK. OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the samt asset and under tno same management. Hy provisions of Its chatter, depositors are at lully protected as aie depositors iu National Banks, its shareholders being held Individually tiaole to the extent of the amount of their stock therem at the par value tliervol, in addition to the amount invested In such shares. It may act as executor, administrator,, trustee, Ac, as fully as so individual, To those who entrusted their bulsiness to ui tehile muaglng the Lincoln National Hank al Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will coutluue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to tamo, our twenty years' experience iu banking and as liberal accommodations as are continent with sound banking, OF J.Ioh, of! lnrm 2 V naww