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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896112001 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. SEMI VOL. XXV. CHURCH CHIMES. -- Weekly INTIsivIQJR J OURNAL. STANFORD- KY. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1896 COUNTY. NO. 75 huston'ili.e. J. W. Allen and Ias. Keid me buy- LAXCASTJSH, a A UK AUD tine meetlua with 17 additions up to date. Our membership hero is 103 now. Thad.S.Tirs'ey. During a baptising at Hardwoll last week an amusing mistake occurred. Kev. .Malum, IlaptiBt, immersed hia converts at 2.M and Kider Cooke, ChristUn, at 3 o'clock in the eamu place. One of Klder Oooke'a converts got into tho wrong crowd and wbb baptized by mistake by the l'aptist brother. No Inconvenience resulted, as the convert expressed him-as- ll salUtl! and the ordinance waa not administered to him again by hia own preacher. Hopkinavllle Kentucklan. SOMEWHAT LOCAL. Kev. A.V. SlZtfinorn ia lioliling ing turkeys and shipping from thiH point. prolritctori meuliiiit Ht Kirknvillo. hotilinir a Fivecenla per pound Is the price paid. Moody ntul Hmkny hm Huntonville will send a large and meeting In New York Oily ami crimUui: fashicuihle di legation to the entertnlu-meu- t Kreat ruliuiotis inturi'at. at Waifon's Opera Houho ThoriiRs Wl'son, of Peru. 1ml., ytvX. At Klringfou's pule Tuesday the jiU-i- l about toe'tep in church nml when land was taken down on a bid amount Itfllint two of lilsbrtitlircn. l lrg to about 551 per acre. Other things will h. ThiiikflvlrJKBervicofl lit tho l'resbyturinn churrh nt 11 At m eold well. H'glns Woodo, whilu liutiting in Thursday, when Uiv. J. T. Sharranl will the neighborhood of town ist week, ahot prcHch. At tliH annual convention of tin Na- n sage hen, a rather rare bird fir this tional W. 0. T. U , Mlm Willanl ami all section, though plentiful in the West. Mrs. Isaac Steelo has removed to tbo other ofllcera with re.ulectwl for tho Louisville. Mrs. Mary Logan expects oneulnR year. Mary H. RevnnB illi-- In shortly to go South to her daughter's, Chaplain midst of prayer nt the optnlnii of the Mrs. lleecl or Adams, in Alabama. M'ea C?raml Lodge, DaunhtcrH of Uebfknh, nt Buttle will arcompany her ti.o'her, wlulo Mies Mac III remain here. Mr. Char ea Springfield, 111. Koulnml, aakn Wheeler has routed tho Logan prope' ty Kev. J. II. IVucm, of us to nay timt he and Kev. K. K 1'ike. of and will remove to it ri8 soon ta vac a. i, ted. Horkraatln, will begin n inetititig Mt List Sunday the Chriatinn Kodeav-ore- rs l'ulaakl county, TuepiUy nixt. of thia place met with Kndeavorera Kov. J.T. Sharranl will preach at morning of Turueraville in union service Q'litu the Ohriettftu church Sunday midnight. Morning Btibjfct, 'Tbo Old an enjoyable nnd profitable meeting waa had, The Sunday preceding the Turn-eravilPatht;" night "Causes of Skepticism " Society met with tho Society Gronu lee, a Olaikufiile, Tenn., youth, crwjr ou tha subject of nanctitlca. bore. TIiIr exchange of courtesies ran tlon, pulled his tonguw out by tho roots not fail to bo productive of pleasure ami becauno he couldn't keep from swear- profit to both Societies. Squire John Kills removed his faming, He. will die. Harrodsburg ia exp'rioticing all tho ily t) Stanford this week. George waa sensations of auaiictiUcatlou meeting. It already there drawing custom from tliii 1h conducted by that old crank, one end of the county to the Louisville Store, Wo hope since tho Hughett.oi Wllmore, nnd the services in which hoclerku fortu eaofwarareln Squire Kills' favor five bourn. freiieutly last 1 he Lexington quarterly conference that he may full heir to a rich slice of pie from the incoming administration, of tho Methodist chinch bus forbiddi-Kev. 11. G. Morrison to preach until an for ho ia a zaloua worker for his party InveMigatijnhati leen made Into certain in HeaHOU and out Mr. and Mrs. Beech-e- r Adams will ocenpy the bouse known doctrinal teachiuga of hi?, says a dia a tho Peacock pioperty, vacited by Mr. patch Kder Joseph Severaim, of Mum-p- Kllis. expected Kv. Tom Coleman write bin mother, ah Klil. V, hero Sunday to commence a meeting at protracted meetineat Theitrntid the Baptist church, but disappointed K M'.h' church In that ctr: meeting cloaed Sunday night with SO ml-- d thoce who had gathered to hear him by It wan by far the bunt uioetipg not coming. Prof. J. B Pinkerton K lie. over held In Memphis. Never before in preached an excellent sermon Sunday the lnatory of the cburnii hoa tbeto lw n nlgl t at the Biptist church by requeat and the nextdiy Itro Miilikin, of Sjiii-erae8 many converts In any single meetwaa telcgnphed to nnd came to ' ing continue the meeting and has been Huv. George Daraio waa on lnt day cboseu pator of the Christian el ureh preaching fcince Monday night to good of this city, for hie Hii jeur in tre p8-tu- audiences. Bro. Mt'lmin Is a prime fa Thta Vtiiltu with Hustouvil'a pop'o and it service of thin congregation. nnd flndu gowt without saying that e are nil ylad omp'.imetit ia well hearty response from n very wide circle to have thu opportunity to bear him , o! frlenda niid admirerM cf. Mr. Dr.rsle, again. Mies Carrie Woods, who hnn been outside ol his Immediate church nfaooia-- t visitini: her Mrs. John Reid.hps on -- Frankfort Capital. lUinOUtlCO returned to Cincinnati to tho ConservaUIIIHI.E, NOV. in Friday's I.ntkiiioh Joimnai. that 1 can tory of Music to resume her studies not get to Crab Orchard until Saturday there. G. M. Givens was visiting CarMrs. night, Nov. 28th. Am in a meeting here ter Walkerat Perryville last k. and enn not cloae In time to get thero L F. Hullman, of Lexington, arrived next Sunday night an announced. We Mouday, having been cilled to the beddedicated here lsst Sunday, having rais- side of hor father, Klder W. L. Williams, hav-ingwhoia dangerously ill. Mr. Clay B'niu ed the whole debt of $1,0 JO and are rii-li1 , Va-laskle hl t, On Saturday a game of football will be played, in tills city, between the Lancaster and Hogsett Academy teams. Your cirresp indent la, ruled out on of his large foot, bat hi) wears n7j nc-cm- ut lint. m a llREE eElTMMINS. A Good 10-- White or Grey Blanket, 60c Pair. A Ladies' Extra Heavy Long Sleeve Vest, Only 15c. Children's Union Suits, Drop Back, at only 25c. 4 I i i Sn o' lS.-Pll'- BBl .a Hon. Ferdinand I). Kiunoy la nt hia homo In Casey county, agod SU letting the right 1.0 0. K. II. r.lkln, an aged citizen of Mad hand kuow what tho left hand doeth, Ison, died Sunday. His wifo died the tho Stanford 0 Jd Felloas IoUku is almost week before. daily performing commoudubie deeds of Misa Julia Hanson, a teacher in the charity. Tbo amount paid out by tho public school nt Uerea, dlad of Mood pol Order universal in th.H lust year for relief soiling. reachea tho enormous sum of $3,333,023 14 Owners of turnpikes in Anderson and tho total revenue during that period county will resist any attempt of tho fis- was $8,501,001 21. The Order has about cal court to arqulro poescsion of tbo a million members, is growing rapidly roadc. and disseminating the great principled of Kslntivea in Danvillo have received Friendship, Love and Truth, the indivisteleKraiiis from Paris, Mo., telling of tho ible three links. J. F. W. In a railway ackilling of Thomas Smith . m ItBeeniH that even a governor has no cident. Felix J. Flaber, one of Danvillo'H rights that a railroad conductor mutt oldest citizitiH Is dead, aged 78 years. respect. John Dugan, of tho Illinois Three BonR nnd three daughturH, al Central, asked Gov. Bradley to take his feet oil the seat. The governor disregrown, survive him. a row over politics at Ilethel garded the order, it 1b said, nnd Dugcu, In Church, Madison cinnty, Leslie Tnylor catching bold of tbo gubernatorial troun benoualy etnbbed Will Jones, on of Tom ers, pulled tho objectiouable legs from rcely enjoying his visit hugely and fieds his only embarrassment in the fact that thu days are too short fjr him to accept half the invitations from old (rieudHto visit them in their homes. Dr. Hawk Brown haa returned from his deer hunt InTeniibsaee aud his party waa as ueual euccieafiil, having killed live deer. Owen Williams left Tuesday for Cincinnati to enter a dental college. Mr. Chas. Wheeler paid allying vltitt to Stanford n few nights ago ou accouut of an ncluug tooth which the local dental talent failed to extract for him, but Dr. Peuuy did the bUGlm-swith ii8 little (iilorKiinder nnd Mr. Wheeler returned at 2 o'c'ockin the morning minus a tooth, hut relieved of the pain that bad driven him ftautic. dying is s J. W. IUIi, of H'chmond, bought 17 nxport cattle of W. S Bei zley, weighing pounds nt $1.25 and 10 of W K. Cook weigliliu.1,4211 lbs. at $4.15. Thev were well fitted, hut judges think that Mr Cook's was a smoother bunch than Mr. Beazley's On Tuesdfiy night near Marksbury, C. M.Jenkins, a wealthy nd prominent farmer, was married to Miss Susan L. Smith, an elegant lady of Danvil t. The groom ia a widower of 55 and the bride ia 35 yean of age. They ero old enough to make a contr.ict ami there Is no reason to regret it. ' Lovers of the beautiful have been tn ated, for a few days, with a 'o lk at tho beautiful iwers, which have been cultivated by Mrs. W. H Wherritt. She has 27 varieties, cou n m uviJry conceivable color. On sumo stalks thero are 50 blooms, and some are four inches in diameter. They have been blooming since Oct. 27, and the fragrance and beauty of the chrysanthemum, is (ho talk of the neighborhood. Late Wednesday evening C. A. Robinson struck W. McC.tJohnsou, county attorney, with his fist, and ns blood was drwn, the report wae'circula-tethat he was struck with braes knuckles, or a pistol, but the report was without foundation, as Mr. Kobinsou is not a man who carries concealed weapons, but is a smooth gentleman. The trouble grow out of a suit against Kobinson, for h settlement as sherifr, which he claims is groundless. Tin ciae will be heard ( Thursday ). Circuit court la in session. Jr.dze Sau'll y delivered a very concise, instructive uml impressive charge to the grand jury Monday. Every crime was referred to and the duty of the jury waa cleurly set forth. Ihs instruction on vio atlons if the election law waa especially noted nnd attr..cte thu attention of everybody, H was far above prf judic and party influence when he sid that thu man who would bribe a mini to cast a vote whb worto than tho man who was bribed. His remarks condemned thu seducer in society nod politics alike mid should go far to educate and elevate the people to a u true standard of moral ty. His ia one against which nothing cm be said and Ih'h nerve, honesty, purity and legsl at alnments should give him the place Iih holds for at least another term, since ho has no superior in the district and is peculiarly fitted for tho place. J. 8. O eley, Jr., is on band representing tho Commonwealth and is making thejlway of the transgressor a rugged road. Georgo Prowitt, colored, was fined $50 and sentenced to hard labor to pay same for keoping a disorderly house at Lowell. James Roberts was fined $50 for carrying concealad weapons. A jury whs empalineled Tuesday for tho trial of Sam Sutton, with murdering Robert Brew-r, near Bryantaville, some months ago. The trial last court resulted in n hung jury. Tho plea for tho defendant was that tho shooting was done accidentally. After argument by counsel the case was given to Wio jury Wednesday nfteruoou. They consulted about 30 minutes and brought in a verdict of 12 years in the penitentiary. The damaged suit against Wm. Henry was compromised. Dock Walker waa taken the gran I jury and asked about seining. Ho declined to answer. Judge Saolley told him ho must answer and the result is that three of our well known citfzuis will pay a high price for 11 iff EI.DKII W. 1 WILLIAMS. A good man has gone to his reward After n life of ner.vice in his Maeter's cause Uiv. W. Logan Williams baa heard and answered the summons to come up higher. For a month h bns suffered fr Jin general debility, which his slender stock of vital force could not rally from nnd be grew worsn and worse till yester-di- y at 8 o'clock, when tho end came. Mr. Williams was horn Jan. 22, 1823, at Uuatonville, where ho has always made hia home. He was the younzest of the lOchildrenof Samuel Williams, who came to Kentucky from Virginia Originally a Presbyterian, be entered Centro College, from which lie graduated This is to Give You an Idea of tlie L.ov Prices we are malting on goods in Every Department. TVW CLOAKS & Just DRESS GOODS 111. SEVERANCE & SON. 35: A SURVIVAL OF THE d to-d- 1 admin-iitratio- colored-charge- st in 1840, with the Intention to devote himself to the ministry of that denomination, but after further study of its teachings and those of the Christian church, he decided to join the latter and in 1851 was ordained to preach tho gospel To hts efforts are due both 'the Christian church nnd cilleg nt Huston-vill- e nnd these handsome buildings will remain a lonutnent to his love and devotion. His ministry haa been mainly Being overstocked in the following lines and crowded for room I identified with that church, for with the have decided to exception of four years as evanaelist, bo has always been its pastor, ho'dng that rdation rt tho time of his death. "Cnc'o Log?," as ho was allectlonately known by everyboly in the West End, was married hur times. His first wif to whom he was united in IS IS, whb MitB Amnndd White, of Mississippi. In 1S35, A beautiful stock of Silverware, Clocks, Watches, Brie Cut he married Miea Kate Logan, of Lsiicps Glass and Chinaware, Jardiniers, Decorated Chamber Sets, Lamps, ter; in 1S57, Miss Amanda Iliiley, of and in 1801, Miss Permelia Pey- Picture Frames, Bibles, ton, of this uounv, who with two children, Mrs. Leu F. Huffman nnd Miss Dollie Williams survive, daughters cf tl e third and fourth wife respectively. A stroneer will power nor a more ac Much care has been devoted to the selection of live mind naver found home in a frailei In endless variety. Unmatchable Stvles an 1 Unapproachable Prices will body, but handicapped as his physique these lines. rendered him, he Ubored for the cause move them quickly. At and below Cost from now on. nearest his, heart, when stouter bodies would have given up the fight. He has received u.oro peopie into the church and married more couples than any man Dealer in Drugs, Fancy Groceries and Notions, Hustonville, Ky. in this section. The good he has done S3Ep5 . ! -and the seeds of love and religion that he has sown will ripen ail along till eterOl nity takes the p'oce of time. Everybody o nil the region roundabout knew and in loved bim and general sorrow will be fel that he will no more tell on earth the t story of redeeming love. The newest and most popular at tides are the quick sell I he funeral sermon will be preached ers. by Elder George D.irsie, of Frankfort, at ':! iQi the Christian church, Uuatonville, at EST COLD CREAM Fragrant Cream. Cold Vaseline. 5, 10:30o'c lock this, Friday morning, nnd v1 JEST CHAPPED HANDS made new. then nil that is mortal of the good old ,l man will be laid to real tu the ceinelerj on the hill. Try our healing Hand Lotion. Other Cold Cures ol FTOT. Close Out For 30 Days For Spot Cash, A-Bra- c, Hus-vill- e, Jewelry And Groceries. Fo Bo TWIGIDWiElICJLp .- 2 S" -- .. .'..' j COLD CURES, y V TE. CHEWS MEETING. 1 value at be-fo- iu a few Uali. well-to-d- o Near Lexington, Charles Atkinson, a farmer, found his wife in con- ilrr d on frpm ambush by unkuoii ties. Hia horse was killed under him. Jtulze Hughec, of Mercer, lost hia to 11 acres bacco barn, tlm tobicco from implements by fire. Loss and bis farming Bet on fire. $2 GOO. I. buhiiib to bavo been old son of Win. Wnyno, A of Whitley countty, was brown fromj n mulo and kicked! to death before ho could bo released from the Baddlo Btirrup to which his foot hung. Sim Thornton shot Alex Hayden, colored, atl.Lsbanon. Thornton found mio. Hayuen, wno is an Tbornton'a company, lle'.bored a hole through tho door, bo na to shoot Ilayden par12-ye- nr their elevation, ilia discharge followed, Jojes.ft Kiymond Dnvis wes riding along but on a rehearing of thu case, Dugan A the road at night near Buckeve, he wi a has been reinstated. welbto-d- o farmer. amounts Now if nil thoso who owe us small w id call in and, pay us we will pay thoes that we owe, and they In turn will pay others, and it is even chances the same money will comeback to those who started it. Wo'vo decided to bhve confiddiico -- now let's til dicido to put the csbIi in circulation. Try it ou us. Carlisle Mercury. m t better. For tha Fail Itacea at Lexington round trip tlcxots via Queen it Crescent Koute, will bo Bold for lj fare, good until Nov. 30 to return. No extra chargis on vestlbuled trains. Ask agents for particulars. W,C. Kinearson, gonernl Cincinnati, O. versation with his former rival, Samuel Young, of Madison, aud bo suspected that she was clandestinely meeting Young. Rushing into the parlor bacnli ed to Yo mg to come out. As he started Atkinson's wifo implored him uot to go out. This seemed to increase thu husband's fury, and ho drew his reyolvir and shot Young twice through the breast. Atkinson surrendered himself to the eherifl at once. Young will die. Tho records of the treasury department show that from February 1st, 1890, to November 1st, there were coined at the mints of tho United StateB 10,202,102 standard silver dollars, from tbo balance of silver bullion ou bund purchased une der the act of July 14. 1S90. The upon this amount waa $5,051,430, which has been turned into the treasury, Judge I. O. Parker, who as judge of the court at Fort Smith, Ark , imposed thu death penalty upon more criminals than any other jurist in America, is dead. He passed tho death eouteuce on 150 aud sent more than 3,000 criminals to the penitentiary. The National Fox Hunter's Association is holding its annual meet in Nelson county this weok with a large number of prominent lovers of the sport prtsent, but reynard ia making himself exceedingly scarce and the chaeo hap not been very exciting. seign-orag- The teachers of tnu Hustouvllle district will meet in the Presbyterian church al this place on the 21st of November at 10 a. M. We bopo to have a full attendance, not only of teachers in the district, but from all over the county. We will a'so be glad to see anyone", who is interested in our work. Teachers are requested to make an exhibition of work from various classes. Pieasu insert the following program: Music; prayer, mus'c. Address of Welcome. Response, Prof. E. L Grubbs. Is Kindergartan Beneficial to Primary Work, MlssLilliePojtJU. Essay, Miss Efii Wright. First Year in Arithmetic, Mr. G W. Curtis. Primary Methods, Association. Eisay, Miss Holen Taylor. Patriotism in thu School, Mr. W. K. Sffeir ugeu. Oration, It. W, Huun. US.NED1CTION. W. B. MoROBERTS. - '! uV s S ? JftY JfyifJ - J!tJf - Jf CRAIG & HOCKER .DEALERS IN. 3rugs, Sn;5TTvlcals, Oils, PaL"a"bs, Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. t It Pays to Deal with a Cash Housa. Give us a call and be convinced. J " niNNurt. Extrclses from a. m. to 2 r. m Maky Thomson, Vice President. 10 Doors, Sash and Blinds, Metal Roofing . --I- -- Mack Silver, of Boatou, Iud., sneezed mi - Shingles, Etc. JooCnoyneki wbb knocked out in i six rounds at the Broadway Athktic C. Club, New York, bv Peter Maber. A blind boy in San Francisco dia, covered that ho was ablo to Bee objects by the use of the cathode rays. Catarrhal conjunctivitis, years ago WILLIAM SHELTON, known as "sore eyes," is epidemic among Teachnri 7. All ipectalltts. Thorough course! ia Litn, Greek, French, Knjliih Student! m schoolchildren at Goshen, Ind, Tho Mathematics Natural and Moral Sciences, Mutlc, Art and Elocution. Situated in the faraou. Ulue tCentuckr ; dtstinsuuhed for healtatulncfts of cliaw'o, beauty of scenery, name more than the disease, causes rnu section ol Session opens Septombor 7. IJefore decide where yoa will set? I jour refinement dnughters of sacictv Kail the alarm, and quarantine measures have next year, be sure to write for Our NOW Catalogue. Addren, MRS. NA.NNIBS SAUFIiEY. Udy Principal, Sunford, Ky. atr been ordered enforced. so bard he broke bis neck. Thero is a woman in St. Louis, who has a mania for kissing dead people. 11 Wi A. tJZ- JS SINE, Stanford, Ky. President. THE STAFFORD F.BM&.;nS COIiIEGE!, - Nt .1 1 tt (160,000, Corno-HuThe more "relief the court ol appeals W. K. Vanderli t gave Vanderbllt $50,000 and JohnWan-nnmakgate, the further it peta behind with the b er SIX PAGES- al Wat-terao- business. It is now two years bnblnd and Gov. Bradley is to be asked to in Stanford. Kv.. - Nov. 20, 1896 elude its relief in his call for an extra session of the Legislature. One reason that the court is so far behind is because lazy V. P. WALTON. and incompetent judges have got possession of the seatB. Gnfiey, DuRelle, &c, !fcc, were never intended by nature to occupy the high positions of judges in the court of last resort. $10,000. V is fit; Thk Louisville Truth is authority for At a banquet in bis honor at New statement that the Courier-JournYork, Marcus Aurelius Hanna said his the is laving its plans to form a permanent efforts in the campaign were solely out n and to make Mr. Henry new of love for William McKinley. Some organization people like a liar, but Mark suits 'em too responsible for its and its logical leader. Mr. W's present well. Love for auother man never yet plan is to sail from South Hampton on made a man give up business, time and the22d of this month, to arrive in New money to enter the disagreeable duties York with as much blowing of trumpets ol a political campaign. Tho lovo of as he can command, and to immediately money and tho promise of position was rush to the footlights and with hoas pis- more likely Mark's incentive. e of true tol ilourish sound the A New York exctiange is authority and demand tho reorganizi-tio- n democracy of a democratic party upon the lines for the statement that tho republican laid down at Indianapolis. It is expect campaign committee spent $2,500,000 to ed that his dramatic landing from a for- elct McKinley. Hanna handled (1,400,-00- 0 of it and had 175,000 left. Money eign shore and this elevation of the will be the fl wed into the coffers like water from standard of pure damocricy signal for thousands of Bound money ad- the Eastern corporations and trusts, who vocates to flack to his tenner. To Mr. were promised gold and protection. ReWatterson'a intimate friends abroad bis publican votes come high, but Hanna They confident- had to have 'em and didn't stand on the plans are ly believe that he will be nominated for amount. tbe presidency in 1900 by the reorganCongressman Lewis will soon bs a ized democracy cf which he expects to statesman out of a job, but not long if be bs the logical leader, and they confident help it. He is buckling down to ly believe that ho will be elected. This can Vmnlneflfl. trvincr to eet the position of democratic party is expected to represent surveyor of the part at Louisville, while low tariff and sound money. It is exhia friends are talkiug about running pected to include all of the democratic him for governor. He knows ho wont and all of the mugwump etrengtb of the governor and that he may surveyor. East, and it is expected to include a large be So he is losing no time chasing rainpart of the democratic strengtb of the bows. WeBt and South. National honor and cry to catch National credit will be their Thk new administration ought to give wiping out of tariff taxes a good alice to the Negro In the distributhe ricb, the that foster monopolies and syndicates tion of the pie in this State. But for will be tfco cry to catch the pcor. They their almost solid vote for McKinley, be believe that the combination of sound would have been 'ingloriously left in money and low tariff is bound to mke a Kentucky. platform that will be more popular than A new decoy ducic, absolutely non either of the old platforms. They do not (linkable, has been Invented. Since the regard the humiliating!? small number proved such of votes given Palmer and Buckner as Palmer and Buckner ticket a lamentable failure in that line, some-thiusignificant. Their efforts in this camnew was absolutely necessary. paign was to crush out the democratic putyaait had been organ'zed. Their Chief Jusncu Phyor will practice law effort in the next campaign will be to re- at Frankfort, after his term expires Jan. organize a new democratic party. Mr. 1 It will be a sight to eee him before a Watterson'a active brain haa mapped out winrt that knows leas law than be baa the whole scheme, and when be touches forgotten. oil his stock of Are works, he expects every paper in the land to discuss him and POLITICAL POINTS. his promulgations. It is a big scheme Bryan's mail averages 2,500 letters a oa paper, but the best laid plans of mice we hope Mr day. and men gang afteglee and Woman suffrage carried in Idaho by Watterson is reckoning without his host. There is no need of but one democratic 5000 A. R Bnrnam's majority for appelparty nod that is big enough to care of ate judge is 1,050. itself. containYkstkbday's Courier-Journa- l ilcKlnley's official plurality in Coned a long wail from serosa the sea from necticut was 53,554. Bryan's official plurality in Tencepse its distinguished editor, which proves poetry In is 14 S7S and Taylor's, for governor, G S94. that there is more truth than The republicans of Tennessee have the Truth's story. Mr. Watterson is evidently preparing us for something start- endorsed H. Olay Evans for a cabinet po ling when bis feet touch the home sition. It is Btated that Langley will contest Bhores again. the CongreBaionel election in the 10th The New York Journal's occupation district. of electing Bryan having gone, that paThere are 50 candidates for the reper Is now turning its attention to the publican nomination for jailer in John-si- n bleeding Cubans and in double leaded, county. double column editorial demands that Virginia gave Bryan a plurality of tbe United States call off the Spanish 20,027. Palmtr got 2,210 and Levering dogs ol war and set the people of that ill 2,347 votes. starred island free. It begins to strike J Speed Smith, of Richmond, is the average citizen that Spain has been p lsbing himself for surveyor of the port patriots allowed to murder the Cnb-iui Louisville. Monroe doclong enough and that thn There are now 83,2.)9 places under trine, now bo firmly established, Bhould civil service. Of this number only 871 are be exercised In their behalf. exempt from examination. Bryan's majority over McKinley in John R McLkan's great newspaper, North Carolina ia 19,200, but a republiitthe Cincinnati Enquirer, has made self more so'id with the masses than ev- can was elected governor by 8,000. A fellow named Booze wm elected er, Bince its vigorous campaign for Bryan toConcress in Maryland. Seems like and free silver and is now the favorite of thousands of Kentucky democrats. Read anything can be elected to Congrees these its advertisement on our sixth page and daye. A temporary tax on tea and coffee, to subscribe for it if you want all the news By c'ubbing with this paper you can continue for two years, is proposed as the save money, besides the trouble of or- best means for wiping out the treasury deficit. dering it direct. The republican National CongresThe Covington Extra nominates this sional committee will continue its work ticket for 1900: William Jennings Bry-a- during the next two years and possibly for president and John R. McLean for until 1900. vice president. EditorB who are letting There are alreadv 10 applicants for at Richmond and their their enthusiasm get away with their the judgement bad better restrain them- are others looking towards the plum selves. 80 many things happen ia a with longing eyes. An organized movement ia on foct quadrennial that what sounds well now and Beems to be just the thing will ap- in New York to change the National election date from November to some pear ridiculous then. time in the summer. Thk report gained currency in the J. O. Lykins, democratic representamountains, evidently etaited by an ene- tive of Morgan and Wolfe, says under no my, that John D. White bad committed circumslaucea will he vote for a free sil- f elo de se. The wish may be farther to yer man for g8Dator the thought with certain republicans, but John Henry Wilson, of Barbourville, tbe crested jayhawkor will live to d'" says he wants no office, but ia anxious them many a trick and die only when be that Judge J. H.Tinsloy, of his town, can't get his breath. ahall be district attorney. It is said that Judge George Denny Mr. Logan Carlisle says ne is willing collector-shi- p 4. This is making a still hunt for the to step down and out on March Lexington, but it wont avail if at is very nice of Logan. We feared be try to hold on to his position vi et Sam Roberta wants tbe place. would The Tenneasee republicans have deBrmls. The resignation ie, however, cided to contest tbe election of Taylor as supposed to be of the nature of that of governor and also all Congressional seats Pat's dying wife. where evidence of fraud may be. Simon BoliHas any body heard from The primary election call in Mercer var Buckner since the battle was fought provides that all domocrats, and others and won? It is doubtful whether even who affiliated with tbe democratic patty he knows where he is at now. the last presidential election, may key-notwell-known. Senator Vest, of Missouri, has arrived in Washington. He expressed the opinion that the republicans would not bo able to pass the Dingloy bill or any other tariil bill through tho Seuate at tho coming session of Congrees. The General Aesombly of Knights of Labor in session in Rochester, N Y., ha? James R. Sovereign General Master Workman. His is said to be a bid for recruits from free silver a l vectf s In tho South and West. That gorgeous but somewhat chll i of destiny, Hon. Josieh Patterson, of Tennessee, haB ntlast found out what struck him. The Hon. Joslah U now euinced in kicking solely to dem onstrate that ho isn't a dead politician. Glasgow Times. The democratic legislative caucus of Georgia, haa nominated Alexander S. Clay for United States Senator and tho Alabama democratic legislative caucus has nominated Gen. Pettm for United States Senator. Both nomlintlons aro equivalent to election. The 123th annual dinner of tho New York chamber of commerce was held at Delmonico's. Letters wero read from President Cloveland and Gov. Morton. Postmaster General Wilson responded to of them re a toast. Every ol Bryan. joked over the defeat According to the returns from all over the State, which have been tabulated and await to be passed on by the board. McKlnley's highest elec tor received 218,073 votes, Bryan 217,829, Levering 4,770, Palmer 5,193. Total 445- ,775. S. H. Kash received UM more votes than W.B. Smith, whose majority over Mason, the lowest Mckinley elector, ia ed ed ne 2.5GS. g Rnnlnn nn U. S. Senator a boy worked on a firm and secured an ue is education by bU own efforts, voung, vigorous and of commanding physique. He is a Brilliant orator. His speech in 1S90 in nominating George Lester for attorney gonf ral is referred to as the most thrilling exhibition of oratoHe ry ever given in Georgia's capital won the nomination of Lester by the speech. The Washington Poet says that tho charge ol but 25,020 votes in nine States would have accomplished the election of Bryan. The paper commends this reflection to the gentlemen who are throwing up their hats and ecreaming themselves black in the face with nousenf o about landslides and similar absurdities. Mr. McKinley got treraondons majorities in New York, Pennsylvania, IowH.Mich-iga- n and Illinois, but in the rest of the country he had a mighty narrow escape from defeat. -- Sam Roberts, of the Lexington Lead-eis entirely too modest for a politician. Says he: "I fully understand that tbeie complimentary nominstiors for offices under McKinley aro made in a spirit of pleasantry or good fellowship and without any idea that I am fitted lot tho pWcea named. I have neither the attainments nor the political prestige to entitle me to a cabinet or diplomatic post, and I will not lay myself open to ridicule by Beeking a position for which I am wholly unfitted." In answer to the question: "What will become of the cold democrats and their orgamzitiou?" Mr. Bryan Haid: "If they come buck to the democratic pirtv it must be aB silver men. There republican parlies in is no room for The gold democrats can this country. not come back to tho party and run it on republican lines. The democrats wl o left the party because of its platform, aro men who announced their intention of votiui? airainat a silver man before the nonvmition. The democracy is for free ailver and will yet win with it. Tho next campaign will be fouaht on the same issue as the recent one." r, - "Steve" Clav, who will sneceeu uen. from Georgia, as Diphtheria is rfging at Sweetwater, Tenn., and tho panic stricken people are leaving on every train. Two men wero killed by tho explosion of an anvil during a McKinley at Olintwood, Va. Passengers aboard a Pullman car on the Southern rallrond in Virginia, wtra chloroform? d and robbed. Tho Missouri river Is frozen at Sioux Arc our Best Salesmen. City, Ia , from bauk to bank. It is IS closed at this seayears sinco tho river son. of They make the sales in this house. Our Gen E'i U. Murray, Utah, and formerly United States marmen merely show the goods. But notwithshal for Kentucky, died at Bjvling standing the great values we continually offer Green. wc will quote you a few special prices for this John P. Carpenter, of Covjnton' weel . Every price wc name establishes a new and D. H. Lyoua, of Cincinnati, were record for cheapness. There arc killed by a train near Cincinnati on tho C, L vt N. Alex Sebastian, a Roane county, Tenn., mau shot his wife fatally, when she remonstrated with him for whipping his stepson. Here that will set tongues to wagging when the Burglars burned a miser named Mir-k- n news gets out. 75c for a pair of splendid lox until he became unconscious at ClevO., in their effort to eet his moneland, 4 White Blankets with Fancy Borders. 75c for a Large Sized Comfort. 25 dozen colored ey, but they failed. Laundered Shirts, cheap at 75c and $1, on sale of citizens of LawAt a rence, Kan,, it was decided to ask the at 50c. next legislature to enact a law makiog foot ball playing a misdemeanor. Julia Parsons, a young girl of Union county, swallowed a lizard while drinking water from a spring. She died in And Upwards. Mens' Heavy Work Shoes at horrible Agony the following day. no extra session, Extra session or qSc. Very cheap at Si. 25. Ladies' Lace State Treasurer Long says he will on Grain Shoes, 7"c. A good Mcintosh coat for January I, begin paying old warrants in $2.9S. Boys' Overcoats. Si. 25, up. Mens tbe order in which thoy were issued. Overcoats, $2.50, up. Try a pair of our Ox Only six of the 119 sheritls in the Breeches at 61.75 Another pair State have paid the taxes to tho auditor and received their quietus, though only two weeks remain before tbe penalty begins. Mrs. Foley, a widow, aged 05 years, daughter, Fanny, and her uuina-rie- d If they rip. Cloth capes from'Si.75, upwards. aged 40, were found murdered in their Handsome Plush Capes worth Si 3. B at $9 home near Liberty, Mo.. No motive for with this tide. Boy:.' and Mens' Boots must thecrime is known. be remembered as going the same way. A McKinley button saved a man's lifn at Louisville The ball which wis If you arc in need of a Suit or an Overcoat, rcircmbcr "Cc Ml'AK is" vitnls, ftruck the is a favorite word with us. Ladies' Cloaks andJCapss; a big line of intended to reach his button and glanced without doing injuboth at $1.25 and up. ry to tho intended victim. At Cleveland robbeis applied a lamp fame to tho lleah of an old miser, in an effort to make him divulge bia hiding A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, place of his money. He sank into unconsciousness without giving the inforT. D. RANEY, Manager. mation. celo-brati- Ca.rpets PRICES! Styles & Values Ill 0 P i U VI tuass-meetin- g Ladies' CloaKs at $1.26, H 0 p (8 F1 ill THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. lJ Branch Stores: THE ROMANCE OF CHOLLY. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Ono IHj It Ciiiiic to n MniiiKr, Sail Knil-inVersailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. Gholly Addlcpato had been in lovo s. to with Chiara Pirouetti, tho numio hall queen, for two weeks. Ho had sent her flowers, diamond., lover's notes and tho rest, and at laHt came the happy hour ry when she received him in her luxurious :: Harlem flat. Ah ho boheld her in her pink evening 1 dress sho looked oven more girlixh and lowly than on tho stage, and before u JJ Cliolly was pourhalf hour had pa.-e- d ing out bin lovo with an eloquence that surprised even himself. "I woally ah lovo you by .Tow, I do!" he cried. "I've f,'Ot lots of cash, and my family's all right. The kv'-ner'a banker, you know, and my mother was a JIofTouritoiii, and" What!" exclaimed Chiara, trembling with excitement. "A IIotTeiinteiu! V Her Christian name? Toll me. Quick! Quick!" "Her name was Caroline," repliivl Cholly, gruatly Mirprin-d- . phriokid "Caroline Huffon-itemlChiara, now as pale as death. "Caroline HotleiiHtoin your mother! Let me itf i ! . :) !)i rt i! Buy your Coal now before it i goes up, for the Winter. : A I CaTAll Farm Products taken in exchange. 1 J. H. BAUGHMA1M & CO. ( M ' EIGHTH DISTUICT. For President. Counties. Anderson Boyle Rep. Dera. 1151 1087 1595 1517 1280 1200 1171 189 1428 1028 2700 1745 840 969 2521 For Congress Rep. Dem. 1157 109S 12S4 1204 1102 188 1421 1592 2031 1779 841 n Garrard Jackson Jessamine Lincoln Madison 1343 1833 3100 1705 post-offi- ce Mercer Rockcastle Spencer Shelby Totals Majorities 1480 590 2029 1001 1500 1342 1888 3004 1739 1455 598 2002 18110 2481 003 2514 15020 18090 15748 2348 man's features for a full minute wJihout faying a word. Thon, with a cry of supreme joy, she threw her arms mound his mi k mid drew him to her breast. "My dear, donr Charles," hho said. "I cannot be mistaken. You have her From tho way eye, her hair, her no-you spoko of her I know, alas, nlio has gono from this world, but I huvo you, Charlie, anyhow, bovou't I, dear?" "Seems go," said tho buwildorod Cholly, "hot" "Oh, yon do not understand, of course," interrupted Chiara. "I was so overjoyed at discovering who you aro that 1 took you to my heart beforo explaining that Caroline Hoft'oiihtoin was my daughter, tho child that was taken away from mo when I was divorced from your grandfather. I never heard hor namo again till you mentioned it tonight. I missed her dreadfully for yoars, but now you will make up for hor loss, won't you, dear boy? Yon will lovo your grandmother just a little? Say you will.'dear." But Cholly had swooned away. New York Evening Journal. o. look at you." Sho scanned the young- UNDERTAKING -- BY- J. c. raxitAxre1, Practical Trimmer, Enibalmer And. Funeral Director. Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, Sc. Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-J-Ious- e FARRISI& HARDIN, Dealers In Groceries, Hardware, Glassware Queenswareand Tinware. MORE NEWS NOTES. A mob at Farmvllle, Va shot a Negro highwayman in his cell In jail. Three of a family of six died at Anderson, Ind., from eating baked beans. Couldn't IlclluTO It. Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line o think your daughter intends to "I Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' elopo. " Tho old man looked at tho neighbor Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. who was always interfering in matters that did uot concern him ami shook his J f Delay in the vote is caused Bradley, which though we hope hcud. Peter Maher knocked out Joe "I can hardly bclievo it," ho said. in the sixth round in New York. "I have every reason to bclievo" Alex Wilson, a Bardstown Negro, "Bnt that won't do," interrupted tho ate 12 cans of ojsterB to win a bet of old man. "You forget that this is n $1.25. matUT that ought not to bo allowA blind boy at San Francisco has ed to rest upon hearsay evidence. When been made to aea by meana of the new ono man comes to another and tails hini that his daughter is nlxmt to forsake X rays. 100, was tho parental roof under cover of tho Mrs. Annie Newman, aged fhould bo absolutely sure of run over by a train at Cumberland, Md. night, hosays. Have you incontrovertiwhat ho and killed. ble ovidonco that whnt you say is truo?" A Negro who had been guilty of "Well, no, I can't say that I havo," criminal assault was lynched near Co replied tho offloious neighbor, beginning lumbus, Miss. to feol that perhaps ho hud gono too far. "Jqst as I fearod," returned tho old Charley Vane and Ed Fleece, o at county, Ind., fought a duel with man. "This is tho third timo I'vo had final reckoning of the participate therein. It will be held Jan. Perry by reports of knives over the ownership of a bicycle.f my hopes needlessly raised by the il'nesi of Gov. If, 1897. this sort, and it is growing monotoTbe Philadelphia Savings Bank gave Both were fatally cut. xney are iz ana is said to ba seriouB nous." Chicago Post. $25,000 to tbe republican campaign fund, 13 respectively. not. Cho-yns- ki Prices loS ulllfc "Times I am still Sole DRY Agent for the Well-Know- n Wa- terproof HOOKER BOOTS. Save yourself of Wet Feet and a cold by using a pair. H. J. McROBBRTS. -- uaw..-iilii wmfii irwwjfc;fr''ijiTy " ags l iimiVMmUmm Stanford, Ky., Nov. 20, 1896 W. P. WALTON. HIS GREATEST EFFORT. Colonel Wftttnrnnu' . - i STATELY ITS DESIGN. RARE BEAUTY OF VICTORIA'S PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS. NEW THE WEEKLY Tan In the Weat, Tho man who asked mo for a match had cut from tho suicido's clothes. Gam- for his pipo Focmod iuclinetl tocntcr inblers aro notoriously superstitious, nnd to conversation as ho smoked, and knowit is believed that a button out from ing tho frco hnndod ways of tho west, I tho clothing of a corjso is a good luck had llttlo hesitancy in obttorvtng, after a chnrm. That follow hud rushod up bit: "As you took oil your cap I noticed stairs nnd in tho oxoitemeut had rolled over tho body nnd clipped a button oit that you had boon scalped." "Yes, I was pkulpcd by Injuns n fow tho dead man's nightshirt boforu tho years ago," ho replied. echo of tho shot had fairly died away. "Any story connected with it?" "Colonel Wuttcrsou laid down his "Oh, no. I met a dozen Injuns one iinnd, pushed back ids chrdr and nroso from tho tabic Ho was whltu with in- day who wanted some fun, and so they dignation nud dicgncL It was deathly throwed mo down aud skulped me." "You are carrying homo bad scars on i.t ill in tho room, and when ho sjioko every word was as clear n n boll. For your face?" "Yes, purty bad. A grizzly b'ar ten minutes ho poured forth tho most bitterly vindictive and scathingly de- made 'om with his claws. I wns out nunciative invective that tho Kuglish hunt in ono day and met a grizzly who language could frame. Thou ho turned wanted ?umu fun, and ho turned to and with an abrupt 'Good night!' and strode clawed me." "Ho didn't lnmo you in tho left log from the room, Oraturically it was tho " Chi- at the Miiuc time?" I nskod. most polished effort of his life. "Nonp. He didn't liev nuthin to do cago TimuS'lIcruld. with my lug. I was down to Golden City ono day and mot Joo Lee. Joe Two Llvon Hnvod wanted somo fun, and fo hu pulled Mrs. I'hoebeTnomsi. of Junction Ctly. HI toM br bcr doctor the h 14 cutu motion ami thit down on me and chot mo in tho hip." trior t w no hopa fur her, but two bittl.s ol Ur "I seo you havo a finder oif tho left Ktoir's New IHtcsverv eorvnleUIr eureJ her ami ht strait ssvtJ her life. Mr. Titos. K((cti, 11) hnnd. Was that lost while somebody Florida St., San Francisco, suffered Irum dreadful cold, approaching consumption, tiled without was having fun with you?" "Wa-al- , yes. I wns takin n drink at n rrsult every thincejte then bought one bottle ol Vt Kibe's New Discovery anil in two weeks wn bar in Iiig Bend aud forgot to invito curvd, ! Is naturally thanWIul It it audi suits of which those are samples, that prove the thr crowd to wulk up. The boys thought wondetf d cCicaCr of this medicine In coughs and they'd have some fun with me, and so colds. Free trial bottle at W II, Mcftobctu' ono of 'em swiped oil that finger to Diuf Store. Regular ana 50c and (1 make me lose my drink." Old Pooplo "Did a bullet split your right ear?" Old people who req lire medicine to regulate "Yes, that was a bullet. A feller the bowels and kldnevt will find the true remedy in Electric Hitters. Thit medicine does not ttiin nnmed Tom White did that. Met him Itiate and contains ntwalikjr nor other but acta ae a tonic and an alterative. I actt ono day when ho was lookin for fun, only on the ttornache and hovels. adding strength nnd ho split that ear with hot lead." and giving tone to tne organs, thereby aiding na"This western country is a great Electure in Ihe performance ol the function! tric llittera it an excellent appetuir and placo for fau, I tuko it?" I said after a Old people find it jutt exactly what thy need. Trice jnc per bsttle at W. U, McKobcrtt' period of silence, drugstore, "Yon bet!" ho heartily replied. "Aud you must havo had your sharo?" A Hradford, 0., nun has sent to the "Icalkcrlatel Count Vml" Now York horsn show a Jsorman-Frerc- h And lie handed me a gun, and I horce 'JlJ hands high that wfigliB 'J.700 counted 13 tnlly marks on the stock. pounds. Thoy don't tally for anything loss than Sometimes it aremt to weary woman that the human boing.s out west. to tho World. "This campaign lont tlio services of tho must oloquunt, thu most forceful and tho most oiToatlvo orator in America," colonoJ, romarkod tho Kentucky "through t!io absence of Colonel ileury Watterson in Switzorlaml." "Hut tho mast eloquent and moat forceful addresH Wuttoraou over mado ucvor wus roportod," ho continued. "Ono night a fow years uuo Uolouol Wiittiirnon, Bub Hilliard, a couplo of Now York drummers and I wero sitting in a pretty stilt poker gamo in a Louisville hotel, when wo wort) btartled by a pistol shot, npparcntly on tho (loor abovo us. Wo stopped playing. Thoro was a good doal of excitement about tho hotel, and it was discovered that a strangor who had registered that day from Cincinnati had committed suicide by blowing out his brains in his room. "After tho coronor had takou chargo of tho remains and tho rumpus quieted down wo rcturnod to our gamo. Tho cords had boon dealt, and wo woro chip, ping in, when ono of tho pluyors, who had boon in hard luck all tho evening, exclaimed Jubilantly : "Tou fellows will havo 110 show at all from this timo forward. Everything is coming my way now. I'vo got tho I'lurat Speech Vot "I MET A OltlZZLY WHO WANTED SOME KUN." SICETCHESBYM.QUAD favor nnd won't go back on him. Git along to tho gallus aud hov it over with. " "dead man's mascot" Seo?' "And ho flourished a button which ho . intotl-can- t, ftldtdi-gcttlo- m Ho had been tried for murder nnd sentenced to bo hanged and tho day named, nnd an I happened to be in town on thatday thosheriif invited mo to witHalf a dozon of us regular action ol tho organs dittinctly feminine. ness tho oxecutiun. It forcet ou all lmputltl. ilrrnctherii the tit- - accompanied him to tho coll of tho consuet, allayt inflammation The Golden Medical demned at tho proper hour, and ho said Discovery makit appetite, helps indigestion, pro motet attimiiaiion, nut out ine nonowa in inc to tho man: cheek and neck with good, tolid flesh aud LrmK "Well, Jim, it's about timo to bo back the gladsome glow ol girlhood Send 11c In ic stamps to World's Dispeieary moviu. " , and receive Medical Attoclation, lluffilo, N "Folks nil ready outside?" asked Jim. Ur 1'ietce'a 1008 psgo Common seme Medical " Yes, nil ready. Thar's a big crowd Adviser, illustrated. to seo yo' go, and I hope yo' won't How to Curo UUIoub Colic. make no fuss. ' ' I suffered for weeka with colic and pains in my "tfay, 13111," Raid tho condemned aftitomach cautcd by biliousness and rud to take medicine all the while until I uted Chamberlain'a er moment's thought, "I'vo concluded Colc, Cholera atd Diarrhoea Krmedr which not to bo hung." have tince recommended It to Cured mf. a good many people. Mr. F llutler. Katrhaven, "Shool Why, yo' was reg'larly sen( 11 1 mutt certainly Rive up. The simplest and casus! work becomea an alrnott Inturmountable talk, Neiroutnett, tlecplttiuctt and pain harati tic and life aeema hardly worth tne living. Dr. I'mct's Favorite rretciptien n made for her I'r I'tercc't Golden MedUal Di.Scowry wat made feminine, for her The former it for lilt dliuni-tlthe other lor her general svitcm Together they aupply a tctentifie and tuccettful lourte of treat ment. The Favuntc Prescription rcttorca healthy, Doln;: u Mnn it raror. "Yes, I know, but I'm goiu to kick ng'in it. I didn't hov no fa'r show." "It was fa'r ns could be, Jim, nnd "The wont cold I ever had in my life wat cured by Chamberlain'a Ccugh Remedy,' wrltet W, II. only yisterdnj yo' agreed not to inako Norton, ol Sutter Creek, Cat. "Thit cold left me any fussin. 'Pears liko yo' don't want with a cough and I wat expectorating all the time. The rtmedv cured me and I want all my friendt to do tho right thing by 1110." v hen tioublcd with cough or cold to ute it, lor "Yes, I do, but this ycro hangin dou't it will do them Kood." Sold by Craig & Hockcr, do n man no good. Mobbol'lrhnnguoxt Druggists. week, but dnni my hido if I do it today. Jest go nud tell tho folks that it's Wanted tho Other Kind. Tho lawyer patted his oliont sooth- put off." "Shool Shool" grumbled tho sheriff. ingly on the shoulder. "Now, don't you worry," ho 6nid "Tho law sayH yo' nr' to bo hung bewith n ronssuring uir. " You shall havo tween tho hours of 10 and 12 o'clook. Don't bo ornery, Jim. Jest git ready nfnir trial." Tho gcutlomanly burglar turned pale. and mnn out nud be hung liko a man. "That that's what I'm afraid of," Hain't I used yo' nil right?" "Yes, reckon so." Now YorkSuu-daho returned nervously. "Gin yo' plenty to eat nud n good World. y Conn. Persons who are tubjeet to biliout colic can ward off the attack by taUog this remedy at aoon at Ihe first symptoms appear. S Id by Lraig & Hockcr, Druggists. tenced." bed?" boy of J. A. Johnaon, of Lynn The Center, III , is tubJMCt to attacks ol cnvip. Mr Johnson tats he saliaficd that the timely uso of Chamber'sli's Cough Remedy durinc a severe attack saved hit little boy's Hie. Ho It In the drug butliieti, a roemli'r of the firm ol Joh ton Kroa.. of that place, and ther handle a great ma. ny patent medicines for throat and lung ditcatet. lie had all these to choose from and skdlpd physician! ready to respond to his call, but selected this remedy lor ute in bis own litnlly at a time when hit child's Ufa wat In dsngr, because, he knew it to be superior to any other and furious tho country over for its cures of croup. Mr. Johr-so- n ay this is the. best selling couch medicine they handle and that It gives su'endid aititf.tctlou In all caics. Solo by Craig & Hockcr, Druggists. 1 say 'bout it? Whnt's tho judgo gwino to do? I ain't askin yo' to hang 'cause yo' killed yo'r olo woman, but to obleego bo a favor to yo', Bill?" "It would, Jim, n big favor. Yo' couldn't do nuthin to obleego mo 1110'," "And yo'll remember it of mo?" "I will, and if I kin o r do yo' n good turn yo' kin count on mo." "Waal, then, " said Jim as ho roso up, "I reckon yo' kin go ahead with tho hangin. I don't kcor fur tho governor nor tho judgo, but when n follor hns usod mo wbito I'm williu to do him a "Yes." "Then why go hnck on mo? If I don't hnug yo', what's tho govornor gwino to me." "Is that it? Would it a Duolclln'H The best salve In the world for cuts, bru'ieti orc, unci lucum, icvit hum iriici, ennp ped hands, rhilblalnt, corns and all skin eruption 11 jit positively cures piles, or no pay reputrea, Iutrintced to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price a$ cents per box, Kor sale by W. II. McRoberts druggist. 1 ,,, Arnica Salvo f j Kare SI. Tho ticket agent at Big Bend was not tho man for the place, aud ho realized it as well as many others. Ho was a nico man aud knew his business, hut ho lacked sand. The faro from Big Bend to Black Hill was $1, but when any of tho crowd wanted to go down they handed in two or three quarters, as thu caso might be, jioked live or six inches of a revolver through the wiudow and called out: "Ticket fur Black Hill, and don't wnste too much time over it." Thongent always handed out a ticket and pretended that things wero nil right, and tho boys played it on him till ho had to throw up his job. One day tho old man went nud the new one took his place, and four or live of the gang went down to tho depot to Mze tho latter uji. When they returned to ramp, there wu a majority nud a minority rewas port. Bill Thonipt-ofor the majority, and he said: tiling in these yore bestowed. "lie's tho Tho length of tho central building is paits. I'm not goin to buy any moro tickets, but I'll scare 'em outer him. 288 feet, with n maximum depth of 200 Tho sight of a gun will muko his ha'r feet, and with tho colonnades nnd sido wings ndded tho length of tho facade is curl." Bob Williams was spokesman for tho COO feet Tho buildings cover a ground minority nnd was also tho minority as nronof 5,000 squaro yards, or moro than well. Ho looked very serious as he Mtid: an acre, whilo tho great dome to tho "He's a palo faced, humblo lookin top of tho colossal copper figuro of Cap-taiGeorgo Vancouver, which, surcritter, but dou't muko no mUtuko on him. Ho carries his forefinger kinder mounts it is over 1C0 fcot iu height curled up. ns if pulliu trigger, aud tho from tho grouud floor. Genorally tho building does not defirst mnn who shoves a gun in on him pend for effect upon decoration, but on is goin to git hot lend in return." Tho camp was divided on tho ques- tho outliuo and on tho contrasting of tho tion, nnd after much tnlk Bill Thomp- solid walls nud ranges of windows, tho son offered to make tho test and fcottlo high pricoof skilled labor and tho hardtho problem. Iu n day or two u score of ness of tho stouo precluding costly Tho purfaco us went down to witness tho perform- moldings and carvings. ance. We woro lounging about tho wait- decoratious of tho wulls havo been obing room when iu walked Bill with a tained by tho combination of tho rough whoop, and advancing to tho ticket faced stone and tho chisoled work, tho window ho gruflly inquired tho fare to peculiar beauty of tho Haddington island stouo helping this effect, giving n Big Hill. constant play of light and shade, with a "Ono dollar," was tho reply. distinct and charming result entirely its "A dallnr fur me Bill Thompson?" owu. "Yes, sir, for yon or anybody else." Much moro interest attaches to n "And you won't tako a half?" building that is entirely the "No, sir." productiouof tho natural conditions and "You won't take it with this thing resources of tho country in which it is behind it?" continued Bill as ho shoved placed, aud hero the British Columbia the coin along with tho muzzle of his capitol etnuds in the foreground. Tho sandstone, grnuitonudninr-bl- e And there was n "No, sir, nnd" of which its walls aro formed abound bullets wero in tho province and como straight from pop. pfll IPi :"1 'l chasing each other into William's tho quarries. Nativo cedar, maplo and lie lo't a linger, had an car split, oak are combined in tho interior furan eyebtow shot oil, j;ot a rake nrros nishings. Even tho roof of slate and domo the chin and another across the scalp, of copper aro British Columbia mateand he dulu't have timo to fall until all rials, whilo Canadian brains designed was over. Then tho agent opened tho tho imposing pilo and Canadian hands door of his office and looked us over executed tho well considered plan. Tho Land said: architect is F. M. Katteuburg of Van"I didn't shoot to kill, nud ho isn't couver. Ho is a nephew of tho famous hurt much. Tho faro to Black Hill is English nrohitect, Richard Mawsou, and $1, exactly $1. Any 0110 elo want to nsisted his uncle iu tho building of tho get to Black Hill for a quarter?" grent town hall of Bradford, as woll as Without a word iu reply wo picked iu tho bringing into existouco of tho Bill up and lugged him off. Ho was al- model town of Saltaire, with all its so a very Hilcnt man. Wo hnd got him churches, mills, uuivorsitios nud marnil bnndnged up and put to bed beforo kets. His design for tho British Columho was ready to talk, aud then ho simbia public buildings wus chosen from ply inquired : among 07 competing sots from nil parts "Boys, who did nil thnt shootiu?" of the world, tho judges being two gen"Why, tho feller yon said yon could tlemen eminent in nrchitccturo nud art, bluff," answored ono of tho boys. A. T. Tnylor of Moutroal nnd S. G. " but I thought I did, " ho growl- Curry of Toronto. ed ns ho turned his fnco to tho wall nnd Great caro has been taken in tho plnn M. Quad. shed tears. nnd arrangement of tho departments, ouo of tho most important features of Lucky Women. large buildings. Broadly tho buildings "I do so envy Mary Jasmyn," said nro arranged in three groups, the center tho hostess iu that rather high key of or principal building comprising six devoico ncquired by ouo who buttles daily partments so nrrnngod that whilo each with the shrieking of the breezo from of tho three wings will bo a perfect nnd Lnko Michigan. comploto building erected independent "Mary does seem rather luoky in hor of tho others thoy will wheu completed marriages," assented tho visitor. form a mouumontnl nnd impressivo pilo. "Yo.s, this is her sixth. But tho San Fruncisco Examiner. thing is that she has kept tho same hired girl through all of them." Cuimilii'H New ring. Cincinnati Enquirer. Canada is to havo a now flag. Tho most favored design in said to bo "threo Harrier to Kilurntlon. conjoined strips fess or horizontal, not "You know Mnrgnrot wnutcd to get vertical, with union jaok tit tho corner n man to instruct her in politics?" on tho upper or red strip next tho staff, "Yes. How did sho como out?" "Well, sho got ouo, nud nfter sho had tho white or comer, strip strowed with listened to him llvo hours seven other maplo leaves qnito separalo from each men enmo nlong nud told her that ho other and it crown well marked on tho design was on tho wrong sidoof the qucstiou." lower or blno strip." In this Canada will have union jack to denoto Chicago Record. her British nationality, a maplo leaf for A Chicago Conversation. each of her provinces and a crown to Mrs. Livownyto Havo you over been give emphasis to tho imperial priueiplo. In its coloring red, white aud blue to Niagara Falls, Mrs. Hampack? Mrs. Hampack Dou't I nlwnys g" this flag would bo thoroughly American, thero on my bridal tours? New York but tho crown kills tho very essonco of . Americanism, Albany Suuday World. n mint-omy. 1 In Koomsn Klnhnrateljr Appointed ns Any on tho Continent th llrltlsh Columbian LrgMnturo Will Mrct J'rliico George or Walei AVI Duillcuto thu .Structure The new parliament buildings of British Columbia, thnt havo for three yenrs past been grndunlly rising under tho hnndsof rkilled workmen, nro now rapidly niariug complotiou, nnd no visitor to Victoria cnu fail to nppreciato tho dignity and beauty of tho structure. Whan told that tho design, materials and labor nro all homo productions nnd that tho total cost of tho imposing pilo will not exceed $1,000,000, nppreointion is merged into umn.nmout, for never iu tho history of tht American continent has a public building of such solidity, beauty nud scopo been erected for liko tho money. It is expected that tho Inst finishing touches will bo given during tho next fow months, nnd that Prince Georgo of Wales, son of tho heir npparont to tho throno of Britain, will formally open tho buildings on his from Australia during tho lattor part of tho present winter. From n dietanco tho glimpso obtained through tho trees of tho soft, gray sand- stouo walls, brought into beautiful effects of light nud shado by tho sun's rays, appeals strongly to tho artistic sense, nud n nenrer view does not Tho building throughout is in exquisite harmony, nlthough it cannot bo described us of any particular stylo. It is a blending together of various and classic features, nnd somo even nppronohiug Gothic, into ono design. This souLds rntlicr incongruous, but tho originality of tho design is in the harmonizing of theso apparently discordant features to produce au effect of unison, ennh fenturo being subordinated to tho goneral effect. The main outline of tho building is classic, tho grand cntranco emphasized with tho great domo, forming tho leading motif of tho design aud marking tho approach to tho legislative hall. On either sido of this central featuro is n pavilion containing offices, joined to tho central portion by n low building designed ns much ns possiblo to resemble a colonnade. Two scpnrato wings aro again connected with open colonnades, forming tho goneral approach to the offices. Tho whole effect of tho building concentrates on tho central part of tho design, nud hero tho greatest richness of outline nud ornament has been 1 Cincinnati The Weekly Edition of The Cincinnati Commercial-TribudieS.-;.-.';'.1-.---. 1 Commercial ne Gazette, Mfifi9:Mafc& ttMtt'xn-vtfRvi? ONLY RO - H YEHR.OvcrOHcIItuidrcd Years a Family Favorite The Wcrlcly Commtrcitl Cizctte coiitains 64 eolumea every week. 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THE GIBB'S IMPERIAL FLOW, And the like, and you should see my stock andjget my prices before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS B. K. WEAR EN. THE Tnoroughbred Duroc-JerseHLUK-GKA- HERD OK y "OWY JtAUvrO. Addresr My Breeders were selected Irum tne best herds of this famous breed of swine In several diffmnt States. A splendid lot ol pigs of ditWeut ages ( ir said, llred sows a spu.ialty. Satisfaction K. II. Correspondence solicited. 1SKONAUGH, Crab Orchard, Ky Wr5HSr55SsSB3p8fc Thli Is tho best market nnd ours is tho best houso to ship to. Wo malco liberal on consignments. Besides wo liavo better facilities than other houses lu having many largo factories to supply. Wo get you the top price and pay spot cash ; not Iu trade, Ko traveling agents. 6nlp all your wool and form produce direct to HERNDON-CARTE- R WOOL. WOOL. 110 Third Street, or 013 to 310 Murrell Court, CO. LOUISVILLE, y . KY. THE 9REAT BJUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL ffiSStrrffJMni .. 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Rlnenrson, a.P.A.Mnclnti, 0. W. Pau'r Alt., Cincinnati- - O. liuuuyu gmiiiuii v."" '" , o- - $f$ Y " m.m &2tJi &mi-Week- ly Interior Mm "or THE MORGAN HORSE. MUSEUM ON WHEELS. THE PARISIAN MIDWAY. reaturc WMrli Will Surpass Kien Chi-cue- pk H- - IT 1 Glt, Deanty and Iocllltr lie Haa Scarcely au Equal. Nov. 20, 1896 WONOERS OF THE WEST SHOWN TO Kv., Stanford, Thoro 1b no gcod reason why tho gait COUNTRY FOLKS, of a horso may not bo thoroughly established as well us tho size, form and acE. C. Walton, Business Manager. tion. Tho gent Ionian's road horse should A New Scheme. For Advertising tho Won ONLY A YEARLING. ilerful Productions of the "Land of tha bo n toppy, open gaited, long winded Setting Sun" How It Hurt the Counfellow, but ho must "push dem clouds The old reliable Singer Sewlnc Machine all kind OiU rUK Needles elSewing Machine and Repairs Can n IJcef Heifer Ito Much Hnnilsomer away." His stylo and action must bo try Fairs nnd Circuses. Co.'. Office call at the Singer Than Thin? of tho very best, and if that class of btantotd, Mr. J. W. Perrln, Opposite Tho traveling museum now throntons at Hero is tho picturoX a heifer a year stallion was selected which had plenty Agent. old tlint lini been taking prizes nt uvery of speed and should bo coupled with tho traveling circus. fair where alio has been phown iu tho mares of like form, stylo mid gait thoro And such a muscuml Not that it is Notice-- west niid southwest. The calf was born is no good reason why every colt raised not worth seeiug that is worth auy and bred iu Missouri, and if all heroth- - should not bo a seller even if ho should ono's while. What is more, no ndmis-sioWe will take your Corn and Hay at Highest fail to trot in the two minuto olns.. feo is charged, and tho ruralito and Price in Exchange lor Coal. Ctiens of SUurord Thoro aro plenty of this class of horses his family aro in no daugor of mooting we win sell you Corn and Hay at Cost If you arc our Coal Customers. Hook your orders for Coal. to select from and tljo breeder should pleasant strangers. NOEL A SON, Stanford, Ky. havo no trouble in selecting just tho This museum travels in n car tho horso from which to raise such stock. biggest car that is hauled about over ! Thot-who aro now breeding in Morgan lines aro doubtless on tho right auy railroad anywhere. Having bought ofJ.W Adams his Coal I'lant It is a hugo affair, 72 foot long and track, providing they aro following in and good will at Rowland, Ky..I will continue the tho steps of breeders in tho early fifties. 13 foot wide, divided into all tho CoalTluiiness at said place. W. T. SAUNDERS will have charge of it as he is well known in that of a museum and fitted with Tho crossing and recrossing of tho difendofthecouuly. n. 1110018. ferent families of Morgans wherever sys- nil tho wonderful productions of tho j. tematically adhered to is producing a west. It is iu reality a gigantic adverclass of horses for which there is always tising scheme, originated by a number THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, a market at remunerative prices. Tho of wealthy agricultural producers of beautiful carriage, tho high head, tho northwestern states and tho large railsmall ear, tho lofty action, tho heavy, roads that pas through that section. TK.VKLINO HEREFORD HEIFER. Is Agent for The wavy niano nnd tail, tho perfect form Tho object of tho promoters is to havo er products wcro as Quo as this Missouri and oolor, coupled with tho great road tho car drawn from ono town to anothCo would bo a richer stato thou Now York gait, ovon when not fast, aro suro win- er, nnd ut each plaoo sido tracked, giv' And The or Pennsylvania. ners of n purchaser at a good round price. ing tho people umplo opportunity to What scientific breeding and tho best Thoso who are devoting themselves to wander through it and seo the remark-abl- o Accidont of carocan accomplish shows at a glanco breeding Morgans can give you teams as things it contains. It is bclioml, Company. In tho color and contour of this pretty near alike as two pons. They havo been of course, that the numerous specimens Seat and Most Favorable Term of II 1 .ranee young crcaturo. She is mature enough bred up somewhat in sizo and will tip of western agricultural products that it in appearance for an animal a year old tho beam at from 1,050 to 1,100 pounds holds will induco tho beholders to tho er. Tho p3turo is reproduced from Tho and will measuro just about 15.3. Thoir conclusion that tho west is n wonderful gentlo disposition endears them to tho country nnd a good placo to movo to. Breeder's Gazette. family, nud they aro not only tho After this object has been obtained tho Ohlng Lnrabs a Sulphur Smoke. servants, but they aro tho pots of car is to bo drawn to another town, and Whero lambs show signs of disoaso nt tho family. so on until tho cntiro country has boon - Near Railroad Crossing, East of Depot, weaning time it is tho practico of many A lady whoso husband is quito n noted covered. STANFORD, KY. to give them n strong doso of sulphur breeder of this class of stock may freNo admission feo is charged, nnd tho Corn and Hay taken Good, Clean, Cheap smoke. To do this it is necessary to quently bo seen driving n pair of stal- sightseer may gazo as long as ho likes In exchange. Come and see us. confliio tho lambs in a tight placo lions 15 miles to tho market town to do at tho remarkable collection. It is hurtwhero they can bo mado to inhalo tho her shopping, and she takes no one's ing tho circus business in tho towns it fumes. Wo this year used a garner dust. No ono drives a finer toam in oity is passing through and has wrecked which hnd a door at tho opening, and or country. Her husband has been a county fairs. For tho first time in thoir as it held 35 lambs it did not tako long systematic breeder, breeding to tho one live tho farn '' tho less favored secto fumigato tho cntiro flock. end of producing tho finest drivers in tions fcp peae-- .. a., big ivi buckets nnd After tho lambs wero driven into tho tha country, and while ho has never de- grajK-- weighing 15 pounds to tho bunch. Ky garner ono man carried in a bucket with veloped speed tho untrained threo minThe interior of tho car is a rovelatlon. Sole proprietor Dean's Black Diamond Root a fow hot coals, on which a Bmall hand uto gait on tho road makes a good You pass through tho vestibuled enPaint. Estimates furnished for painting Wood, ful of sulphur had boon thrown. Tho trance and iu a moment arc transferred driver. uaramcea. Metal ana iron koois. saimacuon All roots painted with Dean's Black Diamond door was closed, and as tho air bocamo Tho Morgans nro not tho only family from a fanning district into nn up to Paint guaranteed for years. Dealirs in best Cisblue tho lambs would begin to cough, from which to seenro tho desired class dnto musuni. Every bit of wood used tern Pumps and Galvanized Iron Filters, Galvan31 tt showing that thoy wero filling thoir of horses, but I am an admirer of tho in its building is from tho forests of tho ized and Black Iron Roofing uf all kinds. lmica with tho smoke, Tho oncrator old Btock and can't help thinking they western states through which it is trav' should stay in tho room, so that ho may nr0 tho be t. Yet any road or trotting eling. All of tho silver and brass trimknow when tho lambs havo enough. class by systematic breeding will even- mings throughout nro tho production of For a few minutes you tnny experienco tually produce tho stock that will sell, that stion, and it was put together by F. B. BlbBY, Proprietor, no inconvenience, but soon tho tears and that readily. Systematic breeding western mechanics. polstart nnd a lump oomo floor and coiling arc will London. - - - Kentucky. your begin to that impedes breathing iu ' wni undoubtedly win in raising trotters Tho and tho sides aro linedhighly long with throat ih already known ished, or pacers as well as it then you may know tho lambs havo to win in producing uniform fancy ghvH crises containing tho specimens. I have moved to my new Hotel and am better nil thoy can stand. Howover, tho iiy drivers, and it seems to mo thoro In them i timothy eight feet high, with prepared than ever to accommodato the public Good Livery attached and every convenience da stnoko will generally bo stronger at flvo ' w"ould not bo so many sales at ridicu-o- r an eight inch head, and stacks of oats Give me. caU. six feet from tho floor than at tho inuslv low fiuures as wo now seo nmong six foot in height. Thero is sweet corn lovoi oi tuo lumos nostrils, nnu tno tho standard bred trotter or pacer that so large that you boliove it is wax, and A. G. I.inhtm lambs may bo left in ono or two minutes can't oithcr trot or pace Artomus iu buckwheat, wax boauB, field pons and John B. Cattleman. redtop grass of wondrous size. Flax, after tho man has been obliged to oomo Uorsomau. out. barley, vheat and black onts nro showu Fresh Air For Sheep. It appears to mo this is tho common ' iu wonderful size, and tho remarknblo Sheep can onduro cold without injury alfalfa, bearing a notice that six crops senso way or getting at worms on tno they are sheltered from storms. holds put drags tho lungs rather than tho hay cau bo harvested a INSURANCE COMPANY stomach to vaporizoto through thoiulungs provided especially truo of fattening of prominent position. Thoroyear, quanThis is aro a sheen, which will feed much better tities of fruit carried on tho stem and and trachea. OF LIVERPOOL. I havo frequently seen this rpmodv' when they can breatho air that is cold Iears seven inches in diameter. Thero is used with favorablo results. Givo it a' and bracing. Such air has a greater pro a wonderful collection of mineral and portion of oxygen in it, and this uses up fossil exhibits, comprising all kinds of trial when overtaken by n wot season. tho carbon m tho blood and thus pro- orvs, witli pictures showing tho methods 5. QELSTLEMS. Johu G. Ickis in Country Geutlomau. motes a vigorous appetite. But when used in reducing and refining them. MANAGERS, sheen cot wet, their wool holds tho Finn llcrkshlro Sow. Iu animal specimens tho car is not flnn ttifmr in rnrt:iiii. nnd flint Is tho moisture, and it is very much liko a per lacking, and as you enter tho door you Commerce Building, Louisville. Berkshire thrives nud returns n profit in' son sitting in the cold with wet clothing find yourself noso to noso with a hugo Agents Throughout the South. tho south. Tho Berkshiro crazo spreads on. Um sheep quicKiy succumu to con mountaiu deer. It is characteristic of in tho warm states, and it has a very ditions liko those. In fact, it does not tho pruino antolopo that when they stop solid rensou for doing so. Probably tho pay to keep sheep that aro past thoir to rest tho female lies down, while hor lord stands guard. Two of these animals host specimens of this breed in tho coun- prime. American Cultivator. LOCAL AGENT, aro shown in this attitude. Tho white try aro to bo found inTcuncsseoaud tho Kentucky. adjacent states. l.tvu Stock 1'olnta. Rocky mountain goat reminds you of , Stanford, 37lf Bcforo such animals as tho ono in tho Actual consumers still pay tho high tho picturo in tho old geography. Tho illustration the traditional "Tennosseo est price for pcod beof. Scraggy, tough caribou deer does sentinel duty at tho beef "lirwF," as it is called is a drug other end of the car. No sooner is tho approach of tho car in tho market at any price. Tho Ameri- ! can people aro becoming rather particu heard throughout tho small towns lar as to mo quality oi wiu uwi wiu, than business is practically suspended. eat. Raiso nono but tho best for them. Farmers como trooping in from miles tho neighborhood Bf a workman If n sow does not furnisli sufficient around, nud thobegins to tako on of pica railroad tracks ' milk to keep her litter fat and growing, 14 YEARS nic appearance. Big placards posted over ; tho lack may bo mado up by feeding tho nigs warm skimmilk into which n little tho front of tho car say in largo letters cooked wheat middlings has been stir-- I that the oxhibitiou is free, nnd this in Water Closets, FrostOdorless red. With tho batch of middlings for itself makes things lively iu its vicinity. proof Water Pipes, Portwo table- - Tho attendants in charge shout out in j tho litter of pigs cook about BERKSHIRE SOW. TENNESSEE celain Bath Tubs to tho assemblago to rnznrhnck" melts awuv like smoke spoonfulH of linseed oil. This pig food stentorian tones lion stuffed WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO wreuths. Wo havo often wondored why is recommended as almost us good as como in nud seo tho live Aspeclalty. with straw, and overy man, woman and In and out NONE. Gilt edge reference the rnzorback hog should bo especially tho milk of tho dam. child sees everything thero is to bo seen. of the State. Ask your Danville laid on Tennessee. Certainly it flourishDo not try to smuggle in poor dairy friends about my work. ed oven moro abundantly in scmo other stock with beef stock when you sell Wanted a Receipt For III Car Fare. T. F. CLARKE. parts of tho south than in Tennessee. beoves or feeders by tho carload. Tho Tho passengers on a Chestnut street Louisiana has today a groat population fow sharp rumped, skinny littlo crea- car enjoyed a good laugh tho other aftof wild hogs. They tako caro of them- tures will disfigure and bring down tho ernoon that was wortli doublo tho fnro. selves and aro only wanted by their wholo lot. Dairying is ono trado; rais- At Eighteenth nnd Chestnut streets tho owners at killing timo. Thoy seem ing bref cnttlo is nnother. It is suggest- car stopped, and an old man, who atscarcely to belong to tho uamo genus as ed thnt ob a matter of business it is tracted considerable attontion, got on. tho smooth, perfectly formed young wiser to knock dairy bull calves in Ho looked liko a man who bad built up Berkshiro sow in our illustration. the head as soon as thoy aro bora a brisk business in somo provincial than to wasto food on thom preparing town. Ho Bat down near the roar platWhat to Do With Dead Animals. them for voal, so littlo do they bring. form, nud when tho conductor enmo in In reply to a query as to what to do Another farmer declares it can bo mado for his faro he handed him u quarter WILL CURE with dead nnimals Dr. Smith said: profitablo to veal all undcsirnblo bull and pocketed bis change. "Cut tho carcass into small piooos nnd calves of dairy broed Tho only way to "Say," ho Bhoutod, "yon givo mo a Scrofula, Salt Rheum, plaoo them around tho roots of trees. settle tho question is for dairymen receipt I" Pustules, Sores, Boils, All composting is a wasto of time." for themselves and seo "A what?" Eczema, Tetter, Mr. Lyman cited au instance sustain- whether it pays to raiso such calves to "I want a receipt. First thing I know and all diseases of the blood and ing this ndvico of two pear trees. Both tho veal stago. What might bo profit- some other conductor'! get on hero and woro planted at tho sumo time, when able for ono would not bo for another. You givo mo a '11 want another faro. J- Makes You Well. thoy wero of tho samo sizo, bqt tho carCattlo in tho Montana rango country receipt." Indigestion, constipation and dys- cass of n polecat rested among tho roots aro scarce. At tho snmo timo thero will Tha other nasscueors lauahed. but tho pepsia, kidney and liver disease of one, whilo tho other had nouo. Tho bo a great corn crop in tho United , old mau persisted, "You givo mo a ro- tho for two hnd yield to its curative powers and ono givenbeen bonring food six years, two States. Wo ought to havo soino of tho coipt.." yiolding tho animal best beef this winter over put upon tho "My good man," Bald tho conduotor, when cured it bushels, tho other only one. There was American market. "wo do not givo roccipts. Your faro is tST Keeps You Well. n diilorenco is hizc in favor of the ono Breeding from crossbreds is not prof- paid, and it is all right." given tho meat. Philadelphia Ledger. Tho old man was not satisfied with itablo unless both strains of blood nro Sold in Lincoln county by from first class established families. this and still requested his recoipt. Tho Keep tliu Hog Warm. W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. went out on tno piatiorm nnu Whcro a " I am very firm in tho belief that scrub tho siio is half pure blood and half conductor doenlv for a momont. Then ho Penny's Drug Store, progeny follows invariably tho ruiiulored s iu tho of tho farmers fished nu old transfer ticket from his Craig & Hocker, northern states, both east and west, loso Hues of tho scrub. C. Wolford, Hustonville. judge who lately pooket and handed it to tno passenger. W. That was u wiso n groat doal of monoy or wusto n great Ho was satisfied with this and hold it " F. B. Twidwell, deal of feed by tho manner in which sent a man to jail for (JO days for twist- tightly in his fingers until tho car A man who would bo they keep thoir hog3 through tho cold ing a cow's tail. J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Eleventh streot, when ho got months of fall, winter and spring. Their cruel to a dumb bruto would bo guilty renched Bros., McKinney. Tanner too, who would bo oil. Philadelphia ltecord. mothod is much tho samo as that prac- of murder. A man, . F. Alstott, Powers, ticed by myself uutil u few years ago, cruel to animals is even n bigger fool Kxpotltlon. eazley & Son, Crab Orchard. when I discovered by accident that there than u knave. No animal, whether n It is nunouucod that tho Tennossoo M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. way. Hogs uecd horse, cow, hog, sheep or steer, will was a much bettor will bo goal, warm, comfortable quarters in cold over return any profit to its owner if it Centennial exposition, onwhich 1, 1BU7, Yours for Health, May and cattle is maltreated Kindness to tho helpless opened at Nashvillo weather more than horses tho James T. Cooke, because thoir hair is coarser and thin- brutes uuder our caro pays even from will cost about $1,000,000. All monoy necessary has been subscribed. Harrodsburg, Ky. tho pocket point of viow. Exchange, ner. o for llai'tus and Abandon. rrn Post-Offic- Farmtrs. n NOTICE com-partmon- ts 1. W. JOHNSON, Mutual Lilelnsurauce Aetna Insurance NOEL &ON, DEALERS IN COAL, obo-die- ut , J. T. JONBS, Stanford, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, s When tho czar laid tho lornerstono for the groat Frinch exhibition of 1U00, ho tacitly gave his approval also to what it is generally agreed will bo tho iiKHt outrageously immoral show that evtn Europ" has over tolerated. Of course tho exposition proper will bo great and grand. No attempt will be mado to rival tho Chicago World's fair in of bu'ldiiigs or general plan. Paris has not rcoui enough. But within tho buildings tho wonders of thu world Cnwivltiht tsn.1 hit ll'iil. J. Ilttttnluu. will probably lx moro ulTectivcly shown ;.T;:,,!:;,.:,.:,.;,!e,.,: than tiny were at Chicago. Tho French WoiHi J ncl J uuler die noiM. !! 'i iu havo tho mix .mt ige of seven years will Alectlngs, Deotiuiial nud Revival of prongs, and they learned many things from our big show. Tho most SlngliiR Schools and Day Schools, cxtraoidiuury plans mv already uuder Sunday Schools & Young People's way. Societies, with Rudiments. But it is iu deviltry and rovel that Paris will suipanshtTH If and thu wholo WHlnm ,). Holtzclnw. fcrworld in 1800. Chicago's Midway to what tho simichild's play lar foutunu of tho great French exhibition will be. Tho ingenuity and originality of Paris set m to havo been dovising largely directed toward schemes which will mask viciousuess MBifesHM siriBi with beauty, which will gather human freaks from all tho highways nnd the byways of tho wholo world. Of tho : t Ky. freaks littlo need bo said. Thoy will bo freaks. Tho Eskimo tho samo old OSes on Lancaster Strcst, at ILild.net. will probably bo there, and North IV VOU AKIOOING.... American Indians will shako their tomahawks in tho faces of tho French proor vincials. Thoso features will bo what . THK they havo ever bven and dou't count. But that thu French government should loud its approval to tho other schemes laid out by tho coHCcwdonnnires is amazing. Ono of theso meu, named Clolert, is preparing to run riot when tho show opens. He will operato n big Louiavitlt 4 NasiHvlllc fl. N. building known as the Palaco of tho Arabian Nights. Half n dozen exhibiIs th. hat for you, as Its tions will bo iu operation in it, and ho is clever enough to see to it that, while a majority of them will bo of a decidedMak.cloit (ODDtctloas at ly questionable character, somo of them LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI will bo manels of tcauty aud artistic For all points. finibh. New York Journal. HKOUGH TICKETS SOLO. IIAGGAOK CHECKED THROIOM For any (nformulon srquli. cf NO ALIEN HE OR SHE. mng-nillccuc- filial .1 c o sacred songs. plai-saucow- dr. w. Dentist, w: b. paarcTT. .- Stanford, vil-lag- o WORTH WIST, Double Daily Trains The MiirIltortii-- h Coming Over, l'or a on good authority that the Duk and Duchess uf .Marlborough intend visiting America Bhortly in It is announced I'urie. It I Sold, JOES. HICK. Ac. nt, bun ford, Ky "Big Four" New Lin. Vtwcru Cincinnati, THE RILEY HOUSE fam-abo- ( M. I B3RBEE W. A. TBXBBLB, ' order tliut the expected heir to a good share of th Vnndirbilt millions may bo born iu the United btates. Tho young duchess is known to havo a great lovo for the laud of hor birth, desire that her children and it is shall bo born on American soil. There aro other reasons, however, why it is desirable that the child should bo of American birth. Tho recent ngitatiou iu regard to thu alien ownership of laud, it is said, has caused the duchess n great deal of concern. Much of tho Vnndurbilt wealth is iu laud in the woo tern country, whero tho question of alien ownership is paramount. To an interest in n great portion of these vast estates tho child will in time succeed. Tho duchess feels that tho child by lcing born iu America cau hardly bo called an alien, although it bo a member of thu British peerage. Tho young dnkc is said to havo consented to the projiosed trip reluctantly, ns he wished that tho heir to tho ducal coronet might bo born upon tho ancestral istato of the Marlborough family, but, after a consultation with his solicitors, ho is said to have consented to tho birth. This view child having was agrei d to and may forestall futuro legislation m America in regard to tho alien ownership of laud iu mi far as tho child's interest iu tho Vauderbilt estate maybe iinrdved. New York Journal. Toledo and Detroit. Solid Trains, Fast Time, Excellent Equipment. Inaugurated May 24. THK SCHKOULK, Lv. Clncisnall 915 p.m. 900 a.m. . . ta. Air. Toledo. ... j jj p. m. 6 15 a. n. An Detroit .... S4jp.". Through coaches and parlor cars on day trains. Throne h coachts, Wagner Sl.iplrf Cars Clacm nstl In Tolfdo and Cincinnati to Uftroit on night hr ija tralui. Jo lerrlce Cincinnati. TJ.do and Detroit is AS GOOI AS Of II NEW YORK LINK, !AS OOD ASOUK (IIKAGO LINK, AS C.OOO AS OLK ST LOUIS LINE. Iluyjour tickets throuth via "Dig Four " lor full information cail on agcnti or address ; O II MARTIN, K. O. McCOKMACK, (cn '' A Tit. Agt, Past Irsmc Mgr Mxia Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort Frankfort, Georgetown nnd Pnrie. Atk lor tickets ria Kentucky Mi.lUnl. run by Central Mao Jud Time. Tm.eTsbl Nov 10, iSyt. Trains No. 1. No j No a. ro. pro. p. 6jJ J 40 I a Only Dn.ct Lite Iltfn Short. st and qulck.it between Aui'-rion- itvAtrta Lv. Kranktort " Klkttrn A -- Superior Plumbing TO GLORIFY BERNHARDT. Ouii'ii of tint Driiina. has been formed iu Paris, including Vicomto Henri do Hornier, Francois Coppee, Ludvoio Halevy, A " Mampibg ttrouud 7 17 ' (eeiKetonII... 7 45 7 50 Arr. C. S, Depot ' ParuO C - I jo .71.8 31a jj it 1 ta. to S 7 j 4 3 30 34 a J so 4 ij it) J ? French Men of Letters Will Crown Her committee EXPERIENCE BmK&&M$m?wmWr i mM up Jules Leuuiitre, Victorien Sardou, Sully-Prudhomm- M. TRAINS WEST. No. s. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. a. in. p. m. a. iu. p. ro. 3 00 Lvt Paris . C . .... 9 to 5 5 H. Depot 6 JJ . y jS C. 6 40 " Georgetown 11 y 40 5 43 34 7 t; " Stamp's Oro'd y j5 6 33 16 ' ? 33 7 11 .. Klkhorn A , 10 J IJ fort frank 103O 7.5 Midland Railway and ccnn.C-utn- s form the shortest and cheapest routt to all Uast, Ncrtb atidWeit. pcinta boulh, Hor further information apply to their ag.ats. C. D. UEHCAW, Gen, Pass. Agent.. GKO. II. 1IARPEH, ll.cr & Gen Supt Frankfort Kv I I Cooke's Sarsaparilla and a host of other distinguished Frenchmen of letters, to arrange for a solomu festival to glorify Mine. Sarali Bernhardt, M. Sardou presided at tho inaugural meeting of tho committee, nt which n plan was approved for a luncheon by Mine, Bcruhardt's admirers, followed by a special performance nt tho Theatro do la lieuaissanco, iu which Mmo. Bernhardt will appear in threo of her principal roles. Mmo. Coppeo, Hcridia, Catullo Mendes and Andro Theuriot will then note complimentary verses, and M. Theuriot will then crown her queen of the French drama. o The Kentucky All liaiiik dally eicrpl hunday. Portland' ..To San Francisco. th. The...-- .. NORTHWEST .....Via smLmmmimmmiitummmmmmm&mamm C?)) tCUItVlttt mwAllaat I CHIUr.0 Ri(tr- Only Dining Car Routt From A Norel Defense. 1 " threo-fourth- Somothiug eutiroly new iu tho way of defenso was sprung in Now York tho other day iu behalf of Robert Clayton Hcslop by his counsel, Hugh O. Pentecost, in the court of special sessions. The defondant was accused by W. O. Van Antwerp, superintendent of an company, with having used $13. 50, collected on n policy. Tho plea was that he was troubled with "clergymen's mind." Ho was formorly a clorgyman in England and hem, aud his counsol, having entered a plea of guilty, urged that his lifo and training had mado him abnormally deficient in knowledgoof worldly Juntico Hiudsdalo said ho matters. doubted if anything iu a clergyman's training predisposed him to tho appropriation of other folks' property, but sentence was huspeuded. Kiirlchliig thu Kpuuish Tongue. "Itccord breaker" is tho latest term I.OT7ZSVIX.X.X TO CHICJLGOe Elegant Pullman V.stlbultd Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address FRANK I. REIO.) J f E.H.BACON O. P. Agent, or. 4 V. P. A , (. ) Louisville Chicago. Da surt to call for Monon Route. VJ Denver. fSk MafwITlllir' St! Paul. Scientific American Agenoy forgA illFlftlis'aP t& "a""vj .tBS' n CAVEATS. m r-a Teiiui-itsee'- s adopted from English into tho hospitable family of Spanish speech, which, als though elegant aud sonorous, is lacking in conciseness. What with "records" and "Jiuudicaps" thu vocabulary of "el sport" isaugmoutiug. Somo oue moro bold than erudite translates tho first uaiacd term "quobrador de Mexioau Herald. somo-time- rorinrnrmatlonanil rre-- Handbook: wrlto to 11UNN & CO.. Ml liuoiDWAY. Ntvr York. In America. Oldest bureau for acnrln pnU-ntKvery patent taken out by us Is brought before TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATKMT8. COPYRIGHTS. jto. the public by a. notlco Klrcn frco of charvo In tho ricuWic Largest circulation of any Kltntlflc paper In the) world. Hplendldly Illustrated. .u lutrlllffrnt man should be without it-- Weekly, R3.UO s rear) (USUalz months. Addrr-u- , MUN.Tft CO,, VcsusuKlis, 381 Uruadwaj, New York City. Jntmcau rgarnjwxafyiwv iiw -- .i.i.i:irti mi, l,iyi..iiindiniin SUlSa r.l!"iTi "JIB NtWSJtllll" JjMiaMSawfc'fc'JtfcMfcWtrii1 mw fn run "n iiriiSri rnii iiiiifcim ft ililiuu ESm rtiwMJlllHil rifj; jm ass L3a,Ji'fJVaVv 7 si j 1 mi-Wee- Interior Jpuuuil - Oaiaoonian Charity Doi.Lfl Entertainment Stanford, Ky., Nov. 20, 1896 and doll heads o( all kinds at . Craig & Hooker's. 8torb-Roo- E, C. Walton, Business Manager. for rent after Jan. adjoining Farmers Bank 1. W. P. Walton. Don't fall to get u cake of Prlcie llnyk' YoubIiouM tako your prescriptions to soap. It is splendid for thocoTiplexion. Ponny'p dniKBtoro wtiero prompt and Ei.kuant lino ol (J'leenswaro at low accurate sorvlco Is guaranteed. prices to reduco stock. FarriB A Liar-diI'EHSOXAI, POINTS. War. Dm. Tom Howard, tho Negro Mus. W. II. WeaiiunIh quite sick. ' who was shot by Loni Lynn, was Btill Mh, Lewis ItoesKLL, ol Peyton's Well, alive ytH'.erday, hut it was thought that is ill BKnin. Mn. U. S. Thaylok has a bouncinKboy he could not last much longer. nt liis house. Fomb scamp amused himself the other Kiev. J. T. HiiAiiiuiii) tnado a buaiuess night by put ing oil" and breaking up a trip to Paris Turaday. number of pilings from tho fenc's of Mr. Mn. Gioiok W. TmniiLK lias bcoii Joseph Severance and Dr. J P. Peyton. quite ill (or never.tl ilaya. A writ a week ofspripg like weather, Mn. II. U. Taymhi.oi St. Jo, Mo, is it was cloudy nud raw yesteidty and viflltiiiK' Frank Uoltzclnw. Mil. J. 8. Vkixs is in Cincinnati buy snow was predicted and threatened. , "Cloudy Friday and decidedly cooler." log Koods for W. H. McHoberts. Mus. It. 8. Lytlr is making a trip in Thk auction of W. P. Tula's good came tho mountains with her husband. to a sudden termination Monday night. Mr. 1). II. Dakks went to Cincinnati Tney were going too low to suit the hots, Wednesday to buy Christmas goods. who will try it again when money gets Mkssiis. John 1. Jonks and C. E. Tate more plentiful. went to Knoxvillo Thursday morning. Mn. J. 0. Mahti.v has rented Mr. 8icoND Giiowtji. Mr. T. J. Foster has Annie McOlary's property in town and an apple tree on his lot on East Main moved to it. street that has furnished him apples Mu. IS. G. PsNNiNfiTON, agent (or the twice this year. Tho second growth are Walla Walla chewing gum, 1b hero to mil sma.l hut very palatable. mum our merchants. E(ins have gorje up sinca MnKinley's Mus. J. F. lloLDAM and Mrs. Bertie Zellar, o( Crab Orchard, were here shop- election for one thing. A few weeks ago they were a drug at SJj a dozsn, now ping yesterday. IL M. Nkwlam), deputy sheriff, took they are scarce at lOj. A wonderful man Charley Auams to the penitentiary yes- indeed is that man McKinley. terday morning. Tiikiik is one business which liB reDh. J. F. Pkyton went to Mt. Vtruon vived with pernicious activity sinco yesterday to aMint Dr. A. G. Lovell in an election that of pie hunting. operation (or appendicitis. Every little mn-oban quit work Chaiiiman J. E Oaiison, who has been since and imagines he is just the size to down with chills since the election, was iillanofllco. here Wednesday to see Dr. J. G.Carpen Thk Lincoln County Medical Society ter. M11. W. 0. Giikkni.no and mother, of held an interesting meeting here TuesHtidtonville. visited MissJennio Swope, day before which Drs. J. G. Carpenter, and tho family o( Mrs. W. I). Marksbnry Wv B. O'Bannon, Steele Bniley, Berdie Carpenter and others read interesting in Garrard. Mil. OiiAHLKn WiiKklkii, tho comedian, papers. An elegant dinner was enjoyed is down from llustonville to remain till at The Joseph Price Infirmary. after the show. Seo him in his great Kbaiuno that the weather this winter part would be too severe for him, Mr. James Misses Claiia am Ophelia Lackey Belden has sold for a profit his contract have returned from a protracted and deto carry the mail between this place and lightful visit to (riends at Lexington and Kingsville to Mr. John G. Martin, the Ilarrodfiburg. postmtster atSautUy. J. 0. Terry, of Cait. Phil. Piuck his decided to go to Highland, is carrying it for the present. Cincinnati to havu the ball cut out of his head, which Mrs. Ham in is supposed to Josh Dyk, who ha been in a critical havo put there. condition since the electiou, was said The Louisville Post copies tho Lincoln to bo dving yesterday. It is thought by county juror's testimonial to Judge Saul-le- y Baine tLnt he was given a "dope," but and ndds that he is oue of the best the general impression is that he got too judges in tho State. much republican whisky. Latkk. He After the first of tho year Mr. and died in groat agony just before noon. mm Mrs. Edward Carter will go to live with Thk Brewer stable at Danvillo burned their children, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Itnugh-main the hotiB now occupied by Mr. yesterday morning, together with severA. G. Eistlaml, who will go to the one al horses and vehicles. It had recently occupied by Mr.G. A. Peyton, who will been vacated by Mr. L. II. Hudson, who Mr. and Mrs. used it as a livery Muhle, but was rented go to Mr. James Givens JohnM. McUoberta and Misa Dallia will at the time to Mr. B. G. Fox and Finch take tho suite of rooms now occupied by A Moore. The building was owned by Mrs. Nannie Brewer and was insured Mr. Carter. n. m m y's f m n, cirrA.vnvicixiTY. Black Cake Ingredients at Warren A. fori.1,000. It in thought that n tramp, who wih seen about the building the evening before, set fire to1(. n Akkihmu). The ciurl of appeals atllrmed the decision of the Laurel cirNew stock of Chamoise. Craig i,'i cuit court otmieiicing Sim Tuttlo to the Hocker. penitentiary for three years. A cousin New Fall oods at Mrs. KhIo Dudder-ar'- s of Tuttlo killed another cousin and was given It! years. Sim whs present and this week, was tried for being urcegsory to the killPaints, oils, Ac , cheaper than eyer at ing, though he claims ho was trying to Craig A Hoik er'a. prevent trouble. He has been in jail since his trial way down in pricoaut here (or PiHUCRinioNS while his appeal was pending at FrankCraig vt Hocker'a. fort. " Buy a guu from us at cost. Craig A A Case of some interest was heard Hockor's Cash Store. here Wednesday. B. P. Martin attachHoi-sand lot on Whitley Avenue for ed the corn of Mrs. O'Dear for debt. She sale. 0. C. Withera. afterwards replevied and claimed that nice cottages on Lo- while the corn was losked up it and her Foit Hknt. Two bacon, which was in the house, were gan Avenue. 8. P. Stagg. damaged. The suit was for this damage Reskrvkd seats 35c to night. General and the jury gave her $l.3S, but it carcents. ries the costs, which are (20, with it. Mr. admission 15 aud Maitinwashis own lawyer and proved House and lot containing llvo acres for to be a pretty good one. McUoberta sale. Mrs. A. B Wlthors, Stanford, Ky. Helm represented Mrs. O'Dear. Nzw Raisins, Figs, Prunes, Currants, Successful, Institution. -- Drs. J. G Cabbage and Kraut at Warren A Shanks'. Carpenter and J. F. Peyton, superinm9 tendents of tho Joseph Price Infirm McIntobhks at reduced prices. A good ary, have issued from this oflice, a one for a little money. Farris & Har- neat little pamphlet, setting forth its ad din. vantages and ita successful treatment of the many cases that havo been treated "Fall in line" and bring your to Craig A Hocker, lowest price there. It is a noble institution and we are glad to know that it is so liberally pahouse in town. tronized. It has only been in operation Fob 8alk. Fresh milk cow and thor- a little over a year, but it has long since Jersey with young demonstrated that it came to till a long oughbred calf. B. K. Wearen. felt want. It was founded by Dr. Carpenter, who is very proud of its sucHon. H.Hklm, as agent for the owncess. Orers, sold the GorniBn Hotel at Crab Firk at Orau Okcuauu. Col. J. P. chard to Mrs. Kittle King for $700. 09m Chandler was down from Crab Orchard ' En Wilkinson tellH us that tho rats at yesterday and told ub of the burning of 1iis houso pulled bis baby carriage from and dwelling of Mr. E the store-rooone room to another the other nigbt. W. Jones, which was opposite the old burned tavern. Mr. Jones had been livJknnib Pkyton, daughter of Miles ing in Pinoville for a number of yoara Peyton, colorod, was declared a lunatic and had just come back the day before to Wednesday and yesterday taken to the open up a drug store and millinery. Tho asylum at Lexington. She has alwayB drugs had not arrived but the millinery been weak minded, had and it ia a total loss, with the houseStanford sportBmen are making war hold and other effects. The fire was dison tho blrdB, but either they are mighty covered by passengers from tho 2:30 a. m poor shots or tho birds are mighty scarce train and it is not known how it caught. and Bhy, for tbey do not bring many of There was no insurance aud the loss is the trophies of the nunt back with them. complete. Shanks'. m m Hitfe-keepi- a chance at your cunh trade. tern from Hiram Rlrchall .. formal, nfl w. ....v.., a you money. Craig A Garrard county, asking that his ...v. daughHocker. ter be detained until he arrived in the Tub Blue Grass Grocery Co , which city. Bella goods at cut rate prices, nd bus I'A 11M AND TRADE ITEMS. I now have on hand now can be had stores in many towns, is figuring on comA horse 1U hands high ia owned at ing here. Mr. F. M. Flenner is trying to Criillicothe, 0. rent OBloro room for it. - F. Reid has bought a lot of corn at To You. Pay your tax before tho penft in the field. alty isaddbd. lor one of my deputes If You Want Bargains J. K. Baughmnu sold to J. W. Allen will be Ht Millegoville, Friday, Nov. 20; 28 shoat at 2 SO. McKinney, Tuesday. Nov '!!; Hueton-ville- , -- Louis Walz bought of R. Cobb some Saturday. Nov. 21; Wednea butcher stuff at2c. day, 25 and Friday, 27, and at Crab OrW. E Dawtggoldto L. B. Nunnel-le- y Cost Not Considered for a Moment. chard every Saturday; Moreland, Mona bunch of calves at S. day, Nor. 30rh. If your tax is not -- G. D Boone fold to Jake Robinson a paid befoie Dec. 1, it will bo adversteer nt 3.10. tised. T. D. Newland, sherifr. John M. Hill sold to J. 0. Johnson, Iniank Mr. Spencer Hubble, of the of Boyle, 23 fat hog at 3o II. H. Crow sold a hog Hubble 'section, was declared insine tho other that weighed (JtiO pounds. Tuesday and he will be taKen to the asy-- Louis Wn'z bought of II. S. Withers lum nt Lexington in a few days. A year and Murk Hardin some fat hogs at 3c. ago ho had a severe spell and since the t Star Tobarco and Prince Imperial timo has never been himself physically I have just procured the Son-- Agency for the G. D. Corset and or mentally. His wife and brothers be- two fino racers, died Bt New Orleans o( gan to notico that his mind later was pneumonia. Wonderful Chicago Waist and you are politely requested to call in R Cobb, Sr. eold to Lea veil & Burr-sidfailing and it continued to grow weaker and examine the same. They run from No. 18 to 30 and come in of Garrard, 15 1,150 pound cattle at until he was a mental wreck. He linn a three colors, white, drab and black. I have both the plain front and 3 CO and fivo at 3jc. s splendid firm and other Monday 2.3S0 cars of stock arrived the nursing corset in and was well fixed in many the three colors and all the sizes. The most ways. His family took charge of him at tho Chicago stock yaads, the largest striking characteristic of these goods is that you can insert or remove number ever known. nod will place him in the asylum. steels or whalebones and thereby making it the stiffest of corsets or J. H. Rout sold to George McNeal, Timi'Khancb Lecturer Has a Fit. of Lebanon Junction, one of his fine the softest of waists. By a very simple device it is at once a nursing A nun who afterward said that ho was Red boar pigs for 7. and an ordinary corset. The straps across the shoulder can be either Louis H. Barrett, a cousin of the great F. P. Bishop sold' to J. 0. Johnson The steels or whalebones are tradgedian, was found in the hollow be- oOsheepat ljc, and toll. D. White a used or removed as the wearer desires. inserted or removed by the most simple process, and does not necesyond Mrs. Kate Miller's residence In a bunch of calvea at $12 50. bad condition Tuesday afternoon. He Fifteen No. 1 cotton mules for sale, sitate the taking of a single stitch. A very ingenuous hole is work-- ; had Iih.I n fit and had not entirely recov- 10 of them work mules. They are fat ed on the inside of the corset at the top, which would never be deMr. A. A. Warren discovered and fine. S. H. Shanks, Stanford. ered unless your attention was called to it. him He was taken to the Carpenter J K. Baugbman, of the West End, tected given necessary treatment has a From point of comfort, style and durability this G. D. Corset surIlouHi and mule which stands 18 and VVudnesday he told the following hands high and weighs 1,500 pounds. passes all others and yet the price is only $1. Try this goods just storj: "I am a temperance lecturer, but Who can beat him? once. It will please you, it will pay you. until a few years sgo I wae a circus clown The biggest poultry ranch in the and rider. I traveled for years with such world ia to be located near San Francisco. circuses s Sells Broa., Hingling Bros, and It is expected to yield 90,000 broilers and Dan Bice and made lots of money, allot 2,000,000 eggs a year. which went for whisky. I saw the error 3SS0S J. W. Bales shipped from Richmond of my way and sinco have been going Monday for Lehman Bros. 23 cars of cattle over the country trying to persuade those weighing from 1,000 to 1,300 pounds. Bocauso who tarry long at the bowl, to turn from The price wbb 3Jc to fc. their ways." He was a very interesting "Wo Do Not The Georgetown Times reports sales talker, was from Boston and had traveled of 32 cattle, 1,050 pounds average, at select some few articles and all over this and other counties. of two hoga that weighed 1,110 tell how low we sell them, don't think pounds and broke mulen at $55 to $ 70. th?t our goods are high priced. Tub republicans are Hlrendv arranging At Philadelphia Joe Patchen, the old Our competitors know that, quality their ticket for county oilicere. For considered, we sell goods cheaper than judge, Mt'JBrs. Sidney Dunbar, A. 0. Car kiug ot tho sidewheel turf, wbb easily dein straight heats by tho Tenneseee others that's what bothers them; but man, A. G. Faulkner, John Ellis or feated wonder, Star Pointer. Beat time 2:01$. Squire John Edmlston will be nominait's your advantage, A quarantine against hogs from Ohio, ted; Mr. F. M. Flenner will be urged to Our store was designed and arranged Kentucky and Indiana has been estabmake thoracis for circuit clerk, while Mr to do business with small expense, yet alon Janus F. Cummins will havo no oppo- lished at Cincinnati hog account of the it is the most commodious and carries leged prevalence of cholera in those sition for county clerk. There will be a Penny's Drug Store. largest stock. StateB. scramble for the nomination for sheriff, J. L. Bruce, adm'r. of Dr. J. P. but its dollars to doughnuts that either dee'd, will hI1 at public sale in Josiah Bishop or James King will get it. ( afc&!tb&$MMft5XS Stanford, on Dec. (county court) at 11 John Blain, Jco Phelps, Henry D. White o'clock, 10 shares of stock in Huston-vill- e and others want to be assessor and for bank. the jailership there are a half dczsn enT. F. Spink bought a farm ia talk of importing a man tries. Thero 10 miles from to run for county attorney, there being in Hardin county, ' but he got it so cheap he wont no eligible person in the county who till what he paid. He bought it for an wants to make the race. Hon. B. B King, a inonf trous clever man with dead investment ' Coy le A Kennedy, Bays tho Richleads of money, is being urged to run either for judge or sheriff, but he has prov- mond Climnx, havo bought 4.0C0 turkeys week at 5lc on foot. J. H. Bogcs en himself too farsighted to accept aud it this sold his farm one mile from Richmond is not likely that he will be a candidate Come in and see the beautiful line I show. Ev103 acrea at $85. again. ery piece of Carpet and Matting will go at remRnoker, Gilman A Wood are slaughtering turkies at their establishment near nant prices Come posted and see what a surMA TUWOXIAL MATTERS. the depot, nt the rate of about 1,200 a prise awaits you. James W. Carrier and MjssCora Bas-tiday. Tho price ie now 5 eta. a pound. of Highland, were married yestei-daHarrodsburi: Sayinga Give ub We will save THE GOODS OUST - - AT TO TUB OWN FRIOE. GALL TTS ZtTOW- - 1,050-ponn- d W. P. TATE, Sta,nford. COBSET LETTER. : e, blue-gras- Du-ro- c '.-- n d IV. H. SHANKS. 25 3.-1- fl n Flan-naga- n, 1 1 3330e0 Eliza-bthtow- n, Rugs, Carpets, Matting's, Oil Cloths. il n, y. Mary White shot and killed her husband, George White, near Maplesville, Aln. Jealousy wbs tho cause. Sam T. Davidson, a ranch owner of Minnesota, and Miss May Costellow, daughter of Druggist Costellow, wtio W. W. WITHERS, T T ' k '-'5 married at Barbourville. Mr. Walter Cleland, brother of Mrs. A. G, Ivtstlaml, of this place, was married at Salvlsa, Mercer county, Wednesday, to Miss Katheriue Nelson, the handsome daughter of Dr. Nelson, cf tliHt county. Judge Ezra Dutton and Mrs. Margaret Dutton,73andGG respectively, were married at Hammond, Ind. Fifty yeais ago they were engaged, but fell out and Dutton went West. They met by accident a fow days ago and their marriage followed. m The engagement of Miss Francis J. Bell Engleman, of Danville, and Mr. Alfred Warfield Kylpy, of Kansas City, has been announced. The marriage will take place Jan, 0. The bride prospective Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Engleman, and la one of the most attractive n m mt and popular young ladiea of Central Kentucky. Mr. Ryley is a aon of the senior member of the wholesale grocery firm of Ryley, Wilson & Co., of Kanses City. Advocate. It doesn't take some women long to dry their tears or get on with a now love before they are hardly off with tho old. Miss Clara Dawson Scott, of Des Moines, la., who was married last December after a romantic courtship, her husband being shortly afterwards killed by her father who is now in the penitentiary for it, was married again Tuesday, thia time to Wtllard McKay, the friend who helped NEW ADVEBTIHKHENTO. them in the elopement. Mrs. Nannie Lutz, a pretty married woman about 25 years old, and Moses Mastois, aged 22, of Garrard county, eloped to Cincinnati. On their arrival Ky. the woman was arrested and locked up, but the man was turned lose. A dispatch says a greener couple could not bo pickWARNING. tBa ed off of an apple tree in May, ao far as We want to give those who owe fair warning worldly knowledge is concerned, and that we shall give them two weekiuimore to lettle up with ui, and if they do not come up in that probably thia fact led to all their troubles. time, we shall put their account! in the hands of MKHSHON & GRKER. A telegram wap received at headquar- - an officer. Clement Lancaster, a widower of 52, nud Mrs. Susan Moutruy, widow of the lato W. M. Moutray, wore married at Rowland yraterdav. At Altoona, a mob cf 100 men fired a volloj of buckshot into a pnrty of Negro laborers, seriously wounding four and slightly wotiudiug five others. Ben O. Sknggs, a stone mason, stabbed to death Randall Johnson, . postmBB-te- r at Brushey, Tsylor county. Tbey had a difficulty over hogs. Johnson waa a prominent republican holding ollice under a democratic administration. Mr. Cleveland bas inaugurated the work of removing those Federal office holders who dared to support the democratic ticket. The democratic party is strong enough to survive all such petty persecution, Greenville (Ind.) Democrat. Chairman E. W. Curry, of the Iowa State democratic committee, was fatally burned while being initiated into the order of Elks. He received the injuries in an electric chair before those operating it knew what bad happened. J, J. Delaporte, a merchant tailor of Nicholasville, bet everything he had, even to tho furniture in his shop, on the election of Bryan. He made a total surrender of all bis possessions and left town penniless in search of employment. Horace Vose, a veteran turkey dealer, of Westerly R. I., who has furnished tho White House with Thanksgiving birds for several years, has three magnificent ones, which will bo Bent to President O'eveland, President elect McKinley and William J. Brvan. Undertaker and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, Shades, Picture Frames, &c. Stanford, Ky. Window 1, Jtl Back of IVIy of Is the certainty of fulfillment each and every one of them. When you!,"leave your watch with me for repairs it is sufficientjguaran-te- e that you will have an accurate and reliabletime-piece- . Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear?. We have gained the reputation for miles around for btfst work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince you. Promises 1 Hi THOMAS DALTON. .WE WILL. GontiDDe Oar Sale Of Goods at cost until the ENTIRE STOCK Is disposed of. W. H. WEAREN & CO. H. C. HURLEY, " St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, THE MERCHANT TAILOR -- IFAIR Is Receiving his- - 4H&S All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. b - - - - - t- is. ill hi INTERIOR JOURNRl LMl-WtEK- Publlehod Bvory'Tuoaday and Friday S3 PER YKAB1N WWben not so paid SU.60 AT jViDV-A.N02- C will be charg;ed."W K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains leave Stanford l 7:16 a. m.Kand p. m., returning at 4:jop m., and 9:10 p. m. L. 4:05 & N. LOCAL TIME CARL.. .... No. 4, Train going North " " .......... 1(0, a6. " South No. as, - i 37P m 3131m Ko.ij, , " QUEEN & ;. J CRESCENT. u04pm icjpm If Traina pata Junction City at follows: No. x South la npm No. a North ...3 36 p m " 3 ' 3'S m is.ooara " 4 " " 6 " ...1.49 pm 11.31 "?5 " ...6 00 a m " 10 " 8 33 p m Notr. Noa. 9 and to run no furhir than Junction City. All trains stop there. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE CO. Prof. L. M. Strops will conduct tho Thanksgiving exercise at the Presbyterian church. The Anemoscope which Mr. Jauie b Maret presented to the new Baptist char oh is both useful and ornatnontal. Mepsra. White & Kreuger have lorc-6- 3 busUy nt work erecting a new brick hotel on their Main stieut lot. Hurrah for Mt. Vernon. Aaoil prospsctoral are preparing to drill for oil in two different Bectiona of this couuty wo may well prepare for better times in Rockcastle. The Iirodhead nchool hna ben without a teacher Bince a few weeha after it commenced, owing to the call of tho teacher to hiB home in North Carolina. It will resume in the near future. Tne pupils of the college will give a delightful entertainment tliia evening. Under the excellent tr.iiniug of Mrs. L. M. Scroggs, the bright, vivacious children will acquit themselves moat credi-ttbly. AACtNIHCENTGIFT. A MRS. CUMMINGS A BIG MOVING JOB. TOU SALE. Freight Depot Pilled Willi Crockery Mtirtcil .Many lYet. GIVES A PALACE TO THE UNFORTUNATE. Tho Authoress unit riillnutliroplst Pre. eenta Her Pine Home, tho Towers, in n Ilefugo to Worthy Women An Klnbor-Bt- e Sehemo of lleneileeurc. Livingston, our railroad centre, tinues to grow steadily. Dr. Cooper haa MyALI5;J&JJ recently built an elpgant borne on Main street near the depot, where he and his handsome wife, who wasMisB Jael Uedd, formerly of this place,' entertain their many friends with true Kentucky hospi tality. Death entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Welsh last Monday morning, claiming the only child for its victim. Little Sallie was a general favorite, a bright and beautiful child, tho light of the household. A severe attack of croup which only lasted a few hours waB the cauBe of her death. "Whom the Lord Absolutely Loveth lieOhasteneth." Miss Lucille Joplln has been ill for A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of n.11 in leavening several daya with la grippe. Miss Mattie Williams is visiting her brother, Dr. strength. Latest United States John Williams, in Louisviile. Mr. WebReport. Mre. ROYAL BAKING POWDEITCO. er U away on a trip to Middleaboro. Werderhold and children, accompanied New York. by her sister, have returned from Pennsylvania. She will take charge of the A. S. buBiueea at SkaRg'a Creek. Her husband had done well since locating in Surgeon this county anl his many friends here Dentist, would dislike to see tho work stop. Mr. R G. Williams haa recovered from a spell of la grippe. Miss baiOffice over McRoberta' Drugstore in the Owsley verv severe Building. lie A lama ia quite ill. Mrs. Harris Raker has Buflered greatly from an injured foot Mr. E. A. Reppert, late of Covington, has received a promotion nnd will liye in New Orleans. Mrs. Reuben Mult ling nnd family bavo returned from a trip to Lexington. The infant eon of Mr. and Mra. M. 0. Williams ia very ill. Mr. Harris White has returned from the cities. Mrs. U. 0. Williams haa been quite ill. Mr.and Mrs. John Mullins, of visited Dr. Jean Brown this week. Mr. A. Ponningtm has moved his family to the 0. 0. Williams proper-tithe suburbs. Mr. Riddle having moved into Hi cottage of Mr. S. H.Martin. M as Bartie Martin ia the guest of Little Jesse Forres-- t Mrs. L. M. Scroggs. tr is very ill at tho Miller Hotel. con- P POWDER Pure Gov-emine- nt PRICE, Stanford, Ky. ratm N5g Urn Mrs. Minnio L. Cuiumiugs, tho wealthy widow and authoress and noted for her many practical schemes of philanthropy, has jnst mado her most gift to her less fortuunto Histers by giving her palatial residonco nt Hlhoron, N. J., the Towers, which was for nlong of tho Into tinio the summer Embassador Runyon, to tho Woman's Property Protective league, nu nsocin-tiofounded by her for tho protection of homeless and unfortunnto women of gentle birth and education who havo lost their homes nnd station in lifo through no fault of their own. Tho Towers will be n placo wlVre theso women mny resido until they nru in n to becomo solf supporting or reir covor property to which tliey may hnvo n claim and havo been unjustly deprived of. To recover this property will nlso bo ono of tho nims of the association. Another purposo ot tho Protectivo lenguo will bo to found other homes suoli ns tho Towers will ho. They will bo maintained as privato residences nnd will in no senso bo known ns homes of charity. Tho Towers is a grand nud imposing building, built upon a cnlo of lavish magnifkeuco in keeping with tho great wealth of its owuer. It has 48 rooms nud is surrounded by magnificeut lawns. Into this rosideuco Mm. Cnmmings, who is tho president of tho Woman's Property Protectivo league, with loving kindness welcomes all theso who como within tho &copo of tho objects of her association. In this homo Mis. Cummings not only proposes to supply tho mombers with n refined home, but nlso with clothing in keoping with their refined GARLAND surroundings. Women of nil ngos will Proper marriages Mrs. ho admitted. Ii ciidiJlc for Superintendent 1'ubllc of Lincoln eou t y, tutijcit to the action Cummings proposes to encourage, nnd democratic partj. FOUND A GOLD NUGGET. sho will even provido tho trousseaux and inpay for tho weddings as well as to OB Souiilltii; Came l'p With IIOLDAHI sure tho welfare of tho newly married It COtlnt. Xl'H flllltllllllUll' old-tim- e not-nbl- o u Tlit-MJ Tho largest building evir moved in w.uehouso of this country wns a fr. tho Baltimore nnd Oh, railroad in Baltimore, which was moved Sept. 8 to 12. Tho building is 4U) feet long, 1SJ0 feet widqand (10 feet high. It is a wood and iron tlructure and was moved .to mako room for a now dock. Tho work consumed 5 4 divys The building contained a pent quantity of freight, among which were 8,0uu uses of china and crockery, hut not a di-- h was cracked in the moving. The nun were engaged live weeks mnkiug pteparations for the move. On top uf tho old nnd new foundations were placed the sills, or tracks, upon which the building was to run. tracks numbered 10, each consisting ot two (1 by ia inch timbers. On top of theso were placenl tho 1,000 rollers, each a piece of C inch pipe, 3 in length. There were L5 rollers to eaah of the 40 tracks. Between tho top of tho rollers and tho floor beams of tho building were arranged mure of tho 0 by 12 inch timbers. In all 0,000 of tho 0 by 12 inch timbers were used, each about 30 feet long. Tho 225 wooden pillars which supported tho warohouso were then sawed away, and tho structure rested upon tho rollers. Along ono sido of tho building were pluced 40 live ton screw jacks. They were braced against a railroad track, tin adjoining warehouse nud tho tracks upon which tho rollers ran. Two men stood at each jack. At a given signal tho men responded with military precision, and each jack was given a quarter of a turn, moving tho grout building a fraction of uu inch. Afterward tho progress averaged two feet an hour for &h days. Tho Mructuro arrived nt ita new foundation without a strained timber or a bolt. Tho jacks were again uscl enough to aliu raising the low tho removal of tho jacks, after which it wa lo'wered to tho new foundation. Tim structure cost $35,000 ten years ago, and it coat iJlo.UOO to mako tho removal. Sit. Louis John R. McLean's Great Newspaper. M ilt fe-- ware-hoiiM- Without a single exception, there applrjinMii. is beyond doubt no greater or more popular newspaper in the United States than the Cincinnati Enquirer ; 1 1 I 6r a more successful publisher than FAaLX, 1896. its proprietor, Mr. John R. McLean. The prices for the Daily Kull stock ol Fruit and Ornamental Enquirer have been maintained, and Orape Vines, Small rrulls, Asparagus, and Trees, every Ihlnirfprlhc Orchard, Lawn and Harden. Wc its circulation largely increased each employ no Agents Try us on prices to n tho year; hard times and cheaper jour- difference between those of a grower nnd dealer. Catalogue on application to nals failing to arrest its onward march It. F. HII.LENMEYElt, Lexington, Ky . and high appreciation of the public f7.,m for its true worth and merit. The Weekly Enquirer at beginning of the campaign year was offered at ON IMPROVED FARMS cents a year, and its circulation In Lincoln county, Ky , at 6 per cent , semi an 50 Address increased by the addition of over nual interest; no commission charted. lluilutng, eiltO W DAVY. Romn 17, Keuyon For blank applications and fur Louisville, Ky. 200,000 new subscribers; the most thcr Information, inquire olJ. N. Saunders, Atsubstantial and coveted testimonial a torney, Stanlord, Ky. publisher could desire. For When asked for the secret of such Two success, Mr. McLean frankly answers: Farm No, contains 191 acres In Washington The Enquirer has no opinions to force county, Ky.. the greater part of which Is in grass, well watered; with good Improvements, Includupon its patrons, it simply prints the ing new metal roof tobacco barn fir 10 acr crop. pronounced the This larm is situated iu what facts and tells the truth that the reader best district In Kentucky for White Hurley ToComfortable residence house. may form his own opinions, lly bacco. No. contains Farm too acres In same locality, and maintaining the price of the paper, with brick dwelling. Large stock (arms tobacco barns. One ol the best Improved in the more news and greater variety can be county. are in of Iloth furnished, and every class of business watered farms fenced. Attestant R. rreseivatlon, well Close to ond It. depot, schools, interests catered to, which a cheaper market and on a hoe turnpike. UK. For information apply to journal cannot afford. J. N. SAUNDERS, Stanford, Ky. 10 The very liberal support given the Enquirer by the public at large, makes JNEW MILLINERY. it incumbent upon the management to serve it faithfully with zeal and enThe latest things In Fa. I and Winter Milllneiy ladies of now in stock terprise in minor matters as well as ty aic lntucd and the in and seeManferd and vicinit)e latest styles locall Miss fatboe hss arrived and Is ready to wait on those of greater magnitude. her old customers and aa many new ones as will come. MIS LICCIK llEALLV. Desirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten I t?A PflOU. COni ll.U ll AM I, fnrljMe ltwfll'lnir of hixKoomi. and all necessary and one for outbulldincs. One yard hydrant lerinc siock, also a apirnuiu, nmci iiuuh -- ... For lu.ther particular. Manfoid, Ky. H3S A m.. nf ..! THEES TsRBES tj i. MONEY To LOAN 1 Farms Sale. 1 11 I Manlerd, Ky Cilobe-Dumo-cra- t. SINGLETON Schools of the 1 NOTICE ! 11 J. F. (or couplos. hJ3: i Liv-ingto- n, u HE MAY BE RICH. Family Disturbance Is alWays to bt had when you make your purchases without looking at our line of Suits and Overcoats .. S5, Drue Clerk Think Ho Is Heir to Valuable I'roiM'rty. Antonio Segui, it drug clork in tho employ of tho Johnson Druj; company of Brooklyn, is expected by his frieuds to bo n milliomiiro Leforo long. Segui is :i modest young fellow of 33 nnd lives over tho drug store where ho is employed, on Grand street, Mrupeth, N. 1. with his wifo and two children. Ho was horn iu Brooklyn nnd claims that his father, Antonio Segui, wad a direct descendant of n hiothorof tho Rev. Father Antonio Segui, who caino to this country nnd settled in St. Fin., nbout 1800. Father Segui acquired considerable property, which ho willed to, his two brothers. Ono of theso died; and tho other, Antonio Segui, acquired nil tho property. Ho was tho father of tho present claimant to 3,000 acres of land in Florida. Tho estato is valued nt Brooklyn An-justin- o, New Prohibition Iclca. Rev. Solomon Parhons, n Prohibition champion, has suggested a method of S.50, SS, $10 and $12. They Cannot Be Beaten Our Values are The' Best. wearThe Latest. Ncck-- ' dealing with the liquor questiou that tho saloon men themselves npprove. Ho hna been figuring up all tho expenses which liquor lunrlo in Now Jersey, tho losses to families and to cities, nnd intimates that New Jernoy annually oxpends millions iu tho snpport of criminals nnd insane persons whoso condition has been brought nbout by liquor. Ho declares that New Jersey could to pension every liquor dealer in tho state, pay him $5,000 a year, and make money by tho operation. Tho saloon keepers of Putercon nro enthusiastically in favor of Huoh a proposition nnd say they aro willing to help tho Prohibition clergyman securo tho passago of u law embodying his idea. uf-for- d v And Shirts Always in J Style. 2U nrvMk The Globe, J. L. Frohman &)Om - Danville. Genteel .SntlilueeeUin In llottou. This reminds us of the existence in Boston of genteel Sndduceeism. Go to any club whero tho talk ever drifts from horses, cards or women, whero there is nt lenst a bravo bhow of interchange of thought, and soveu out of ton protend to disbelieve or do really disbeliovo in tho mortality of tho soul. Thoy nro apparently content to "walk pleasantly and woll Buitcd toward annihilation." Bostou Journal. Who Knots? A problom of tho times: Given a verdict for broach of promise, and what was tho originnl cash' value of tho heart? Chicago Post. Several Cubans arrived recently in New York from Nassau, New Providence, on tho steamer Niagara. Tlio party left Cuba threo weeks ago iu nu DEALER opon boat, hearing important correspondence from President Cisneros to HARDWARE, Delegate Estrada Palina. On their trip to Nassau, which lasted flvo days, they TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, The Dirtctory of this Hank is compesed 01 encountered very stormy weather and forcstus lleid, Liucoln county; had to struggle hard to save their live. GLASSWARE, &c S.T. Harris, Lincoln; Among them is Lieutenant Crescencio J. II, Collier, Lincoln; boy, who joinod Varona, a J, W. Hayden, Stanford; tho patriot army in July, 1805. Ho has Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. S. II. lUughiuan.i Lincoln; fought iu 14 engagements and has been J. S. llocker, Stanford ; W. A. TrlbbU, Stafford; wnjiiui d tvriro. Ho says that ho is DR. WATSON'S GTORY. M. D. Llmore, Stanford; to a. :i n ordor to go Be Sure to Givo Him a Call. T. I. Hill, titaoford, ti 't to Cuba before th" war is over. An American Tmirlit elites III Iileu nf K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; L ncio is a nophow of Seuor Enriquo Old Jerusalem. blow M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon, Ky .:n n, editor of Pntria, tho official RESIDENCE FOR SALE. At a gathoring in Now Haven Dr. J. J. B. Hockor, President; Juo. J, McKoberts, Cashier; Watson' (Ian Muclaren) trld a htory on: o C " in Xsow lorK. d Residence House in Stanlord, with A. A McKinner, Aitt. Cashier A about his trip to tho Holy Land, to ou samw lot, lor sale. 1 he lot contains torc bouse Iiitcmntloniii'HIinctnlllftin. which he had been looking forwnrd for Victor I'or , acre, and can he easily divided, putting storeTIiq Bimetallic league of Groat Britain house and residence ou separate lots. At reasonn number of years with pleasurahlo aneasy terms. Apply to is nbout to issue u circular setting forth able price and Co ticipation. N. SAUNDERS, Stanlord, Ky. i3tf tho election of MoKinloy tho claim that ho was ucaring tho center of As Pnlestino ho met an American, to tho presidency is n victory for interOr STANFORD, KY sup: : was making all hasto to got away. national himotalli'm, quoting inmono-tarwho Uoowfullyiorganiicd and ready lor business nits. After a few greetings, such as two Eng- port of this contention from tho by Paid up Capital of lish fcpeaking men meeting in foreign tho" plauk of tho platform adopted $200,000 Republican couveution at St. Louis, country might exchauge, tho American' iio.OOO. concluding with a pledge to promoto nu HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Surplus, . asked Dr. WutFon whero ho was going. "Jerus- international agreement fora bimetallic "Offers his services o the people ol West LinSUCCESSOR to THU LINCOLN NATION "To Jerusalem," was tho reply. OK STANFORD, and Casey Counties. alem I" exclaimed tho American in stnndnrd among tho commercial nations coln Caskets always on hand.Full stock of Collini nd tones of unfeigned disgust. "Yon don't of tho world. Carpenter, Manager. 63 dosing up) with the same, assets and undsi Sow D. S. the same management. want to go there. I've just como nway. An Oyntcr Living In n Tlpo Howl. By provisions of Its chatter, depositors are as It's a slow town. Wliy there isn't n lully protected aa aie depositors in Nations) A curiosity from tho oyster bods was daily newspaper in tho whole place" danks, its shareholders being held individual!) SHELBY & SHELBY, shown in town sevoral daysugo. Henry liaolc to tbc estent ol the amount of their stock thereiu at the par value thercol, in addition to lbs Davis, a Rock Hill oystermnn, whilo IiH Pant mill IIU Prcitcnt. imount invested in such shares. It may nctaa tonging on Iluntingfleld bur, caught a iitcutor. administrator, trustee, 4c, as fully at A West Wardshoro (Vt.) man has a in individual. 2 by 1'J inches, potato which weighs 3 pounds and perfect young tjyster To those who cutrustedtheir buisineis 10 us which had grown in the mouth of nn the Lincoln - Kontuckv. while mnaginK here tender ourNational Hank 11 1 ounce, nn uppla 'measuring 12 inches City, jtsoloid, wc we many thanks and oystor was so tightly in cirenmferonco and a colt weighing old clay pipe. Tho will continue to transact their business rust they wedged in the howl as to render it ims 1'ioinpt Attention, Vers with us, ofitring as a guarantee for prompt attic-ioTurnouts, 1,105 pemnds. And that man was born to same, our twenty years' eipencncc It breaking Reasonable Katca. A portion ol our pationse without a shiit to his hack. Hoosao possible of r movnl without lacking and as liberal accommodation! as are cost, iS 6m. respectlully solicited. the pipe. Balt'wuro Sun. intent with sound banking. i Valley News. Tho chief object that Mrs. Cnmmings has in view, however, is to savo for tho unprotected woman her home. If foreclosed upon for nonpayment of interest on mortgage, or if tho principal of mortgage bo due, or tho homo is heized for debt on fictitious or real claims, tho Protectivo league will pay up such claims and redeem it nud deed it Imck to its owner, take back n mortgage from hor, nud if tho revonuo from the property is only sufficient for tho support of tho owner or of her family who aro dependent upon her, the interest shall bo permitted to aocniuulato until tho owuer shall bo in a position to pay. If necessary, tho mortgage Miall remain without being foreclo.sed during tho lifo of tho owner. If the incomo is not sufs ficient to provido her with the of existence, sho shall becomo n gnest in tho league home. Hero a member will pay for hor accommodations. If phe has no incomo at nil, sho will bo cared for from tho funds of tho lenguo, tboBamo as thoso ablo to contribute somothing toward their support. The leaguo will also endeavor to supply thoso of its mombers who can and aro willing to work with congenial homo employment. Mrs. Cummings has been led to this Btep by tho reverses which havo befallen a great many of her friends. Notablo among theso is tho widow of tho lato General Custer, who is now reduced to poverty. Mrs. Cummings is tho originator of tho drawing room thcator nnd tho first Rchool of acting iu this country. It was Bho who, at tho deatli of Eliza Newton, whoso dead body' was threatened with a pnuper's burial, evolved tho idea of the Actors' fund. Mrs. Minnio L. Cnmmings is tho of "Power of tho Press" and a unmberof other popular plays. Sho still resides at. tho Towers, hut has established an office to better carry out hor plans. Now York Journal. Pieces-Eariess county Assessor of Is a candidate Captain J. Dahl, master of the Nor- subject 10 the action of tbc di mectalic party. itf bark Handy, when discharging wegian u timber cargo nt Irvine the other day, U, S. IlAlbHSIAN. SAH1USL. M. OWENS J. W. IUCcHUAK, had with him u Mimll ungget of gold Is a candidate (or Sheriff of Lincoln Coubty, subwhich he had found adhering to his ject to the action of th democratic patty. Founding lend after taking Mmndings oil' the cemt of Newfoundland a few weeks monitions ngo. Captain Dahl, who hails from KLM51ETT McCORMACK & SALE LIVERY, Fredrikshnlu, Norway, was at tho time Is a caaJUUte for Asitor of Lincoln County, on his way to Dalhouoie, New Bruns- subject is the actios of the iltmecraUC party STA1JLE, wick, to load his cargo. The lead had Your suppnti is wmilly solicited. usual thick coating of tallow em tho tho Stanford, - - Kontucky. end which comes in contact with the ; M. fcXKIN bottom, and when hauled iu he found ol Lincoln County, a II you need lurry give us a call. Nsthing out for the tiny hit of gold, about tho aizo of a Is lcandidate iTitwoAssuror democratic party. of the turnouts will leave our stable, bee us to the orratcs. loour bean, sticking to the tallow. Captain D.thl showed it At Dulhou-uE3IBKV BLACKSMITH SHOP. to the merchant with whom ho was Is a candidate for Aisctsar ef Lincoln emuly, transacting business, and who, on hav- subject 10 the action tbc dimoctsUc patty, and Will guarantee work and satisfactory cl found it to bo pure gold. P4liUtly asks your support. pi Ires. Tiy our horse sbuer ing it 'ja"? Captain Dahl states that before leaving ho had an offer of $3,000 on condition C. G. ISAKEK NATIONAL BANK that ho would furnish exclusivo inns to his preciso hearings at Is a candidate ler Anmoi of Lincoln, subject to OF STANFORD. KY. formation Thinking the action uf the dcu.ocr.itiC tho timo ho cast tho lead, but refused. Njulhcrn end of the county party. ia entitlid to a slice was iu British waters at tho timo ol the pie he siti jour support. He 8100, OOO Capital Stock nnd will first ascertain what tho govSurplus ernment authorities there havo to say to him on tho subject. Ho has reported Linoiln, subject to Is candidate (or Assessor the find to the custom house oillco at the aaction of the democratic of party. He kindly Attention of the public is invited to the far (hat ibis Is the only National Hank in StsnlorJ Irvine, but refuses to givo up tho bit of asks your support Under the provisions of the National Hank gold. Scottish American. are secured not oulv by the capital lock, but bv the stockholders liability lor la SAM W. Lincoln All persons desiring Locust I'otti for piauk fence ost and railing or wiie fence, can lied what they want at my store near Cedsr Creek, 00 the pike leading from Crah Orchsrd to Maulord alto keep alwavs on hand a gftod supply of plank (or fencing. All kinds ot lumber lor building pur-oal) boards and shingles All persons any article ol this kind can call on tne at my store near Cedar Crtek e. W MNGLKTOV. June i6,y de-ir- n. M.S.&J.W.Baugliman, FEED F. iH-c- first-cla- ss JOE T. tiist-cls- n te-t- ed, FIRST ;VILLIAMMORELAND MKNEFEE 23,700 CUBA'S BOY SOLDIER. unit Mm Hern In PiiKiiKeinriit. Thirteen Yearn (Mil Pour-tee- n ject la a Caididate foi Sheriff of Lincoln County, subto tbc action of the democratic party J. E. VanArsdalo, so that depositors ol his institution are secured by a fund of $400,05. sworn statements ol the condition of the bank riv tre inajs each ycario the United Slates government and lis assets are esamined at stated tiinei y government agents, thus securing additlloaa tnd perfect safely 10 dcpoiitors. This institution, originally established aa the deposit Hank of Stanlord In iljl, then led aa the National Dank ol Stanford in iSoj, and as the First National Hank ol igam itanlord in liit, has had practicaUy an ll Is better supplied 31 years, low with lacllilies for transacting busmeis prompt y and liberally than ever before in its long and s, tonorable career. Accounts ef corporations, firms and indixiduals respectfully solic-efldu-naricd. mount equal to the slock, mix-ict- ii got-Vc- ll i- - 1 o-- 1 11 . Farmers Bank&Tnist his-tori- o y J. T. STJTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, 11 Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction FIrtl-Clas- 1 A New rail In Now York. BARKERJiOUSE, J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, Somerset, 2 Rate - - Keutuclcy. Banner Morgan and JbcI: Bainter throughout. Large were given two years each at WilmingRemodeled and refurnished sad Commodious Sample Rooms. Klect rlc Bills ton, O.. '.for breaking into a barn nnd Halls and office connected by stealing 10 cents' worth of bay, 47 Prompt. and polite service to guests. TWO DOLLARS Pif Day. There'H 11 new fail in Now York, Don't yuu know? A ohopurou for mun Is tho co. Hnndnino ohapplcis there, Ho thoy say, Protoct thumaelvM in thU Peculiar wuy. I luoruly olto tho facts In rhythmic tono. J'nt, tU u, who'll protect Tho chaperon? Chicago Tlmos-IIoral- As cusiiiwi" John JhocI) Astor Hus mndtt a hit, they iwy. Il ran tint ewcinu even fiMter Tlmn thu tuun who diow tho pay. John Jiu'uli Astor, Hnclncor. COAL Chas. KoDslin, Tanner I l J John Jnocb Axtor t tho luver That' Uu iiclwut thitiK I'vn heard. It'H n n w tl ;: rturo In widen vor; It is upon my word. Eut Diby Astor in tho flwipor U uliiot wild with four. Thero U no place for that small croopor Whilo dad's the uiKluver. C'hicuKO TUnes-m-ra- I am still scent for Falls Ilranch Coal and will keep a supply of all kinds of Coal, o you set such as you want at tho lowest pcHsiblu tr.irs lor Cash. Office, Mill St. and Railrua i Croasinc opposite lllGOlKS, j. U. ;blauurd, Ky. Roller Mills. 27 will take all the hides I can rjTTl?0 Ifor cash cr in trudntor leather gei nUJUO. Stanlord or at my home In on court dare at Otter-bel- . Williams, Mt. Vernon; S. II. Shanks, ,Sunfoid; J. S.t Jersley, Stanlord; S.J. Emory, Stanlord; J.H. Owslc, Stanford; J, F Casu, Stanford; William Gco;!i,. Stanlord; A. W. Cr.rpenter,;Mllle.tgoilU, W. II. Cummini, I'rstchon villi 1.11. SUcki, Prone it, Di. J.'B. OwsJey, Cashier, W. M. Bright, Teller. J, DIHKCTOHS: L ' iTsW