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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896112601 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. vol. xxv. Semi w eekly Interior Journal STANFORD- - KY. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 26.1800 ' NO. 77 -- THANKSGIVING. '" - ' " il ntr7Z ZZZI 5vH ARE (fiZlWiPvE; Vino mill lif nml flower JM V -- -4 -- 'I nWQatW" ' ?i- fl 'IPlr'JlW TOlffiFIIL ' If you aint you ' ought to be. Are you thankful that you are living? Wliero nro flnnic, . ool,'. .57 .- . W Ttet-- ivi 4A-.AERf i May's fair pnunUo, inrr'H fnmut bright; All lmvo kh'i thlriK munt, rz Fi Yi i ' .! . Mr-l- l. ALZJC J r f A VJ . I Don't fcn Tal Hard Times Into Taporoui nlr or tltut; IJut the wealth of Iwirn and) One mora your hivi Rather- 1:1. .1 MtTM W.J655b JVn3X". ' mri W ri tin liiy?0r!r 7- wpz&fw ji u CStfTffiV sw ics.-- ! r.iWM Jt VHii --. -- w; ' ? A is a cure for every ill. Money may be scarce but we must not forget to be thankful that one dollar will buy what it used to take two to buy. Any more but remember there ,x For all tho autumn'i j.r"i 'U a ., ... opuu ui urcnarud, wonuii i . Hold, Cellsn-jinxluctn, mows of J ... hr S" -- r.VS, '.KBUcluon hllUldu oml IiIkIi- way, VjrVT rY Hurtli that month by mouth JncnaiMHl 10MM&gSfBl - ' t. rr S' LET'S ALL DIVE THANKS FX Utf For what we have and net worry about what we haven't. I fj We spwwl thU day our annual fuant. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY LINCOLN TEACHERS' ASS0CIA- - trip to points south of here. The entertainment which was given to KjMiru BhouM kIvo townut a lioun- to an appreciative audience Friday evet(.ou nhartt; ning will probably be repeated by rerut Kladi)iiii on thu fan quest in tho nerfr future. woo, or' There is nnabaU mentof the sickness Till nil wnno utrcain inHiniling. louiity know. among the children. Much of it is due In the. county court Monday the will on the part of parents, to C4reles4n-sol thu Initt W. J. UlemerBon wan otlered V. who do not keep them by the fire theee for piobaii, but it whs necexMuy to send Being overstocked in the following lines and crowded for room I Then the lnuRhtr of tho seemingly warm days. it to Louisville for a wiincBH to certily hprlnic The OhriH ian church, which has the have decided to Shall not Imi n inorldnc to his signature. He left til his tatate tUliiK., largest an i wealthiest congregation in ,W iLttAft Ami the jirWs of to his Midow. IVImnrv ClfM. hill and The mill for dauiHuea HgaiiHt the L. Mr. W It Swertng"n marie Hit elo- town, has not had a resident pastor, explain iir & ' r'zvic k X. railroad lor f L'lU'lX) for killing Dov quent appeal for tho Cultivation of Pa cept for a few months, for many years. K Not havo ,. rurwl n imKrant v,,ln: U'hvi II, colored, some moutha um), w ho tnotifui in our Public Schools, followed It is to be hoped that one can be procurf ed for the coining year. olrellnK yiMtr't wan Hhlfcp on the track, iiejr Lowell, hv Mr. d Lowis in tns usual inenmw . We have received tho advance no, wasuiomiBseu, tnu uogH givi g peremp-tuimanner of delivery, who held " Tur" Xa t,ttM'''u, I"? nml 111 of tice of n new ptory by a Kentucky wriinstructions fur thu dufendatii. his audience spell bound by his A beautiful stock of Silverware, Clocks, Watches, Cut Sam .Mayp, charged itti liurgu stealing, compliments to his grand country, SUte ter, Mis. Lucy Cieaver McE'roy, of Leb Glass and Chinaware, Jardiniers, Decorated Chamber Sets, Lamps, mh Biwjiiitteil in tuu circuit court on and county and lastly to the Capital of anon. The title is "Answered; A of the Silent Years," which briDgp Picture Frames, Bibles, Tuesday. MA TRiyONlAL MATTERS. West Lincoln and the chivalry and beau togetl er for its heroes the Ctirist and -- Tne new havu been put in thu ty of Lor men and women. KretKrwiiil childron attend-e- il jail at a cost of nbout I'J.'JOO. This seems Prof. It. W. Hunn cIobpiI the pro- the Buddhist, advancing entirely new tho UOth nniilvursary o( tho marriage gram with an oration on Our Public ideas of the Master's occupation during ol Mr. anil Mrn. LmwIh Ilieilownnt at to linvo been au unuuvseary expenditho time of His diappearauce from Biture, as the old jil was apparently se- Schoo's. Mornton, V. V. Prof. Pinkerton ml his teachers lent ble history. cure, hut the republican are now in -- Corn Hortno Smith, of Arkntinne Mr. James Adams and daughter, Miss In endless variety.' Much ore has been devoted to the selection of tilling out the Citr, Knn whoin depcrihed afl "younn, lAer and indebtitduesn follows. In 1SS2 their heaity Biipp)rt in Vinnie, are out from Garrard county. these lines. program iu music and in entertaining Unmatchable Sules an i Unapproachable Prices will prit'y nnil unmarrieil," owns a large thu democrats got possession and found tho Mifs Lena Newcomb Is at Crab Orchard teachers. Miss Kato Uoglo and thu county about f 100.000 in debt. Unmove them quickly. At and below Cost from now on. ranch anil 5.000 head of cuttle. did thoir share in spreading u to have Dr. Burdntt treat her eyes. Mr. Thro will lie a miaslotiary ineotinR der their administration it was reduced and Mrs. Franklin have taken rooms at w feast for the teachers at 2 o'clock. at Walnut KUt church next Sunday at to a nominal sum. The following teachers were present: Mr. Neil Parrotts'. Mr. and Mrs. On this, Wednesday forenoon, at 10 11a. m. by the children, aanlMi'd hy Miea have tiken rooms at Mr. J. J. Dealer in Drugs, Fancy supt; Messrs. E. L. Groceries and Notions, Hustonville, Ky. Nannlrt Caldwell, of Danville. All invi- o'clock, Dr W. M. Elliott, son of Prof Mi'sKato Blain, W. Hunn, W. It. Swearin-gen- , Williams. Mrs. Jonas McKenzie went Milton K liott, Utu president of Garrard Grubbs, It ted to attend. to Stanford last week to visit the dentist. Misses Kate Bogle, Mary Carter, The. marrlauo of Mios Nellie Ford, College, now ol Majtl 11, will be mar n ried to Miss Margaret Cochran, n weal- Mrs. Bittio Carter, Misses Lula Hicks, Mrs. Helen Brooks la out from Paria. sister of Mr. A. Y. Ford, of tin Courier The Salamagundi Club waa reorganthy and gifted young lady, near Paint Nora Hubble, Lula Moore, Minnie Mun-daJournal, and Mr. Sttiwiut Starling wh o Lily Peyton and Mis Bettio Holm, ized at the home of Mrs. Oleo Brown last S celebrated last Hrenini; at tint hotnn of Lick, this county, The bride is a gradTuesday evening. Mr. It. G. Williams E. L. G. ol Junction Oily sthnol. tho bride's ntrenta, Capt. nnd Mra. S. IJ. uate nf Garrard College and tie gtoom was elected president; Mrs. L. M.Scroggs !.M is n promising young physician. Kev. 3! Ford, in Owenaboro. vice president, and Miss Maytie Weber, LOGAN WILLIAMS. -- Dr. Mack Elliott, aon of Elder Mil- Melian, of Louisville, will olliciate and The newest and most popular articles are the quick selltecntiry. The constitution of last year ton E liott, was married yenterday to thu happy pair will tako au extensive Retohition$ by Hivlomllle JamIjc F. nnd was adopted, The first regular meeting 'II ers. 0 Mioa MargarHt Cochran, at Mr. ltohert bridal tour. I A. M. will occur on the evening, Dec. 11th, at B Ml C Tho i;room is Arnold', near Lancaster. COLD CREAM Fragrant Cream. Cold Vaseline. Whkhkas, It hath pleased thu Great tho residence of Mr. D. N. Williamp. ::: There is sometimes a whole famprominent young physician of Bro Tho committee on program, consisting a Architect ol tho Universe to remove cf ily in so little a t'dng hb a comma. A V. CHAPPED HANDS made new. and the bridu is said to be both L. Williams from the econes cf his 0 oveUnd society editor published, un- earthly labors to the Grand Lodge above, Mrs. Cleo Brown, Mis8 Belle ScroggB and i prottvand accomplished Mrs. J. W. Nesbilt will aslgu duties to der tho heading "Mirths": "To Mrs. Al ft Try our healing Hand Lotion. Other Cold Cures of Hev. Wesley A. Hunberaer, of Mil tin More be it 10 members for thta evening. come, a daughter, Fruity, thu 13th." waukce, Win , holds thu reord as a matIt'solveri, That we bow in suhmiesion value at M As another Thanksgiving day ap Mr. Alcome cnlled promptly at 7 .. M , . rimonii knot tyer. During the 12 months to this expression of the Divine will, proacheu wo naturally look about ua to " You'ro a liar. We've, been onding Oct. 31, he married fi93 couples, anil said: knowing that God is too wise too err. observe something for which our town Milwaukeo is married only three years, and lt'a the moat of them runawaya 2. That while deploring our brother's should be thankful. W feol that we Of course tho ei.itor said it mmm,Z tho Gretna Green of Chicago and the l ahsiuco and sorrowing because of his should be thankful that Mt. Vernon h waa the Northwest and Hro. Hunsborger, is loca-edeparture, wu roalizj that our loss is his still the couuty seat, for unny feared i TwoauonymniH lettora have bepn bo as to catch 'em a'comlng and infinite gain. might bs mado a suburb of the rapidly aent to the county judge of Woodford n'gwine. His greatest number of marri3 That Bro. Williama' long connection growing city of Livingston; that the county, warning him not to put nnv of ages waslaxt Ithof July, when ho mado with our Order calls for our praise and election is over and tho town still here; tho toll gate regulators in jail. Two 30 people IT). respectful remembrance of htm. that education and religion seem upperfarmers who met tho raidurs on Wednet 4. That these resolutions bo spread most in the hearts of our people; that day night havo received letters warning LOCAL. SOMEWHAT upon tho minutes cf the lcdo andncopy very few drunkards are ever seen on our them tnat if any arrests are nude they furnished the family and also the Inte- atreete; that the oil boom so long talked Night raiders destroyed sevornl toll will bo lynched. No .DEALERS IN. Hrrests havo been gales in Jessamine county. rior Jouhnal for publication. of is right here, for Mr. Edgerly arrivod made yet. i T t- i , 6 That we express our heartfelt symSamuel J. Heron, formerly of Dan13 urue-rru-calsl.it week; that the loafers are able to A thief coolly walked into Clemonp pathy with tho bereaved family of our find employment, as there are rarely avville, Iibb been made postmaster at Dyea, Oscamp's jewolry establishment nt Cin brother and pray that they may find in er more than a dozin to be seen on our Alaska. Painters' Supplies aud Druggists' Sundries. auu going ueninu tho counter Phillips killed John Tucker cinnati promises of Holy Writ, and in tho cir streets, and that our poultry raianr has Decker took a tray of diamond riugs, valued at cumstancea of the earthly life that s had auch a successful year with his crop. at Flat Hock, by hitting him in the head 1,000, and walked out with them under Phillips surrendered to f ended after a long and useful career, that with an ax. his overcoat. A clerk missed the tray The Scientific American is authoiity consolation that shall sustain them in Sheriir Perkins. and pursuit was made, when tho fellow for the virtue of tho following: Give us a call and be convinced. this hour ofBO-ro"At the Gordou Dudley, doputy sheriir of dropped it and made his escape. first indication of diphtheria in the throat By order of the lodge. Madison, attempted suicide by the laudIn n suit brought against the hus of a child make thu room close, theu take W. W. Brucb, anum route, but waa saved. A love afJf band for damages for slanderous words a tin cup and pour Into it a quantity of John Dinwiddie, fair was thu cause uttered by tho wife, the court of appeals T tar and turpentine, equal parts. Then B. B. Kino, The Williamsburg Timea Bays that hold the cup over a fire so 113 to fill the running holds that under thu tiew statuu in this L. B. Adams, whilu Judge H. F. Finley was room with fumes. The little patient on Committee. after a rat he lot escape from a trap he State the wile le. a separate and distinct person from tho husband and that he is inhaling the fumes will cough up and broke his wrist. fell and Ikcomi'aiiaiilb Skkvick. The Queen & spit out all the membraneous matter, and Madison county people, headed by not to bo mulcted in damages for slanMetal Crescent trains are tho finest traina run the diphtheria will pass out. The fumes County Clerk John F, White, will de- derous words used by her. J. A. Clarkson, a reporter of Jack- in tho State of Kentucky. Four daily of the tar and turp intiuo loosen the matvelop conl lands in Jackson county. A sonville, Fla , went to jail rather than traina to Cincinnati connect with the ter in the throat nnd thus afford the rewill also bu built. branch railroad "give away" a man who gave him a main highways of tne Great Trunk Lines lief that has baflUd the skill of physi" I exhort thureforo flrst of all that news item from tho grand iurv room. of tho North, West and East. This is cians Tho experts havo finally decided that prayers, Washington, intercessions, B. H. Hopkins, foreman of tho grand ju- tho lino to auppHciitioiiB, Etc. thanksgivings be mado for all men; for ry, thon admitted that he had given the New York, Boston and tho East. The tho battleship, Texas, would not have C. kings and all that are in high place; that information and asked that the young Queen & Orescent connects with every sunk bad it not been in the water. There hue out of Cincinnati. S. T. Swift, P. & is nothing likn expert opinion. we may lead n tranquil and quiet life in man bo released. T. A., Lexington, Ky., W. G. Morgan, D. all godliness and gravity, This fa good And he that eupplieth seed to the In everything by prayer aud suppli- P. A., Lexington, Ky. and acceptable in thu sight of God, our sower aud bread for food shall supply and cation with thanksgiving let )our reSaviour. -- I Timothy ii, 1. multiply your seed f jr sowing and inWILLIAM SHELTON, Mrs. Casper Cooper, of Uazeltou, Pa., Orders have been issued to shoot to quests be made known unto' God. And the peace of God which passetl all un. nrnantabbed to death because she yelled crease tho fruita of your righteousness; Students 115. Teachirt j. All ipeclalliu. Thorough courtei in Litin, Greek, French. EnzMih doith Ira Morlett, tho terror of tho Ohio ye being enriched iu everything unto Natural and Moral Sciences, Mutlc, Art and Elocution. Situated in the penitentiary the next time he attacko tho derstanding shall guard your hearta aLd J fnr hln when she found robbera in her liberality, which worketh through all Mathematica, ot Kentucky; diittngulihod for hoattblu nces of climate, beauty or scenery, famous Blue Gran section ub ofsxiety. Fall Swlon opens Soptembor 7. IJefore decidinj where you will scot your refinement required to conquer your thoughts in Christ Jesus. Philip-- ) house. Her husband, who came to her thanksgiving to God. dauuhtars guards. Five were II Corinthians ix. next year, be suit to write for Our Now Catalogue. Address, PiflDB lv 10, 11. rescue. waB also fatally Btabbed. him Monday. MRS. NAN.VIE S. SAUFIiEY. Lady Principal, Stanford, Ky. 1 tf from a business vice-preside- May none In irtldwl hall or cot Oo unrewarded or for- irU. Wu Mho havo Rnol thlni; M An average crowd waa in town Monday and but little buslneas was transacted. A few cattle were Bold at 2jc. Lot us give thanks, in fact, at the appointed time, and not eat, drink and be merry; for wu will not die. Judge Saufl.'y has decided that when floes art) worked out, the poliro judge, la entitled to the cost. Judgtf Tot-tu- n MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE CO La grippe continues its march in our Buy Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets, Shoes and Hats of u5,for Cash where you will get Cash Prices. New goods M coming in all the time. Stock always complete. Settle ftowx) to Business your nAm jw.crmri The third meeting of tho teachers of Lincoln county for 1890 was held in the Presbyterian church t Hustonville last Saturday. Miss Mary Thomson, Miss Kate Bogle, sc'y. Prof. Pinkerton, of Christian College, opened the exorcise with prayer ami Dr. Bohon read a learned paper on the Progress of the Public Schools During tho Pav 10 Years. Response by Mr. E L. Grubbs. Mis Lillio I j ton read in quite an audible voice au excellent pipir on the iionetltaof Kiudergtrteu Work to the midst. Editor James Maret has returned SEVERANCE & SON. A SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST. s r&:.M Pan ay.'.jirat 'rMrijJ silver-tongue- y Close Out For 30 DaystFor Spot Cash, ' Bric-A-Bra- Ito-man- c-l- ls Jewelry And Groceries. Fo Bo TWIBW2DM - Mil-Dun- n I 1 m Is y, COLD CURES. in. . a Ury-antavi- &r n s W. B. MoHOBEBTS. ''AgVVA'A' .- proof-reade- r. d a CRAIG & HOCKER rugs, nil in Is, raxruts, i It Pays to Deal with a Cash House. J Doors, Sash and Blinds, ce ygBE A. SINE, Stanford, Ky. Prosidont. THE STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE. t'lfrViij fV r' semi-Week- ly ihtepjohJoukhh. Nov. 26, 1896 Stanford. Ky., W. P. WALTON. SIX PAGES'-Timb'b ceaeelees flight haa brought us to another Thanksgiving tiny and while we ought at all tirnea humbly tonckuowl-edg- o the manifold bli'taincs and mercies bestowed upon us, individually and collectively, yot ought we chiefly so to do on this day set apart by the powera that be to return thanks to Almighty Go-.- l for Ilia goodness to us as a Nation, and for making ours the moat farored of all lands. Times may have been pretty hard and things mav have gone askew priitically to many of us, but the earth has yielded bountifully to the husband man's labor and few if any who have toiled have suQered from actual want, at least for something o eat, like the peo- p'eof famine stricken India, nor has war's dreadful alarm caused dismay and death, as in bleeding Cuba and other less favored portions of the Universe. Instead we are, to use a trite expression of an early day president, "at peace with all the world and the rest of mankind," with none to vex us or make us afraidi Blnce even John Bull has through the ragged patriotism and wisdom of Mr. Cleveland been forced to subscribe to the Monroe doctrine, which ia now more firmly established as the policy of this government than ever. This ultamatum to kings and other potentates to "hands off" in attempting to acquire further possessions on America ought to be enough for thankfulness to every citizen thereof and make him praise God from Whom all blessings How. ThankFgiving is a beautiful privilege and duty, but almsgiving by those whoae store of worldly goods are abundant is no leis a duty as it ought to be also a Let each person give to the poor as God hath prospered him, and while giving tnorn cause for thankfulnefe, he will feel the real truth of the promise that it is more blessed to give than to receiv , So here's to our patrons and friends May their hearts ovei How with thankful nesa and their tables groan under tl e weight of turkeys and other good things. priv-i'eg- e. people seem to think Thk the governor does nothing but cogit lat tate upon political schemes and hatch oat the ways and means for his own advancement. Too latest invention of the enemy is that he will not rail an extra session of the Legislature till alter March 4th and not until he has appointed a successor to Senator BUckburn, after which he will lay his plans for election to the office himBelf. That the governor is a man of fertile imagination and very fruitful of resources, we readily admit, but we are loath to believe that he lays awake o'nights, after his hard day's toil, inventing Bcbemes and laying political ropf 8 to drag in further honors and further emoluments. anti-Bradl- ey Tins probibitionict-i- , who are thankful oven for small favorc, are pleapcd witu the vote that Leveriuir got in this State, though it was but 4 770, and at a meeting of the leaders at Frankfort Monday, it was resolved to go rignt along with tne tight even if their strength had fallen in four years. This would dishearten less enthusiastic souls, but they are of the kind that Bee victory even in A stock company, with a capital of f,000, was formed to publish a weekly eight-pag- e paper. Prof J. J. Rucker is to edit the paper, and it will be published from Georeetown. 2,-0- J0 d-- 'ent Hooa, of Texas, has written e the campaign lies of hia children. He names says the names of Ura, llesa, Slus, Harry and Moore Hogg are the mythical creatures of campaigners who failed to beat him for office. Oae of his daughters is name Ima, but the singular application did not occur to anyone till he entered public life. Ima Hogg sounds a little bad for a lady's" name, but if old man Hogg has plenty of cash and Bhe is pretty, she wont be a drag on the market even if SheB Hogg. Ex-Gov. a letter to correct etart-edonth- In spite of the promised revival of business and confidence, banks, corporations and individuals go right along bursting and assigning. Two banks in shut up shop this week, the North-weare reported all over the big failures country and reductions in wages Bre being made in many placeB where raises were promised. A good many who d for McKinley are already becoming disgusted with themselves and will doubthBssoon be hiring small boys to kick them. st vo-te- optimistic fellows, but somehow or somehow or other nothing ever starts but the out evseems tax collector, who year to to start another collect ery month iu the Tns voracious, if not verarious, newspaper correspondents at Middleeboro have discovered in thoir mind that somebody is going to start a piano factory in Something is always the to start there according to these about be flourThe free Bilver organ seems tb of the enemy ishing oven in the home and Billy Breckinridge. tax. Sunday The Lexington Argonaut's was a hummer with ita 24 pages. edition been granted a patent for a magazine firo alarm. Henry White, who killed a policeman at Columbue, Ga., was aentoaced to , be hanged, 5 n Herman Meyer murdered Nora at Indianapolis and immediately afterward committed suicide. The Great Shopping Centre of Stanford, August Finery, of Perry, Ok. T, The Home of Low Prices. wants a divorce from his wife because her dress she is careless about A visit to our store, Nosth side Main street, Stanford, Ky., will conThe local option petition in Davie?a county was ruled out by tho judge and vince the most skeptiaal of our ability to sell goods chcader than any the election will not occur Dec 21. other house in Stanford. Two causes have made this store the barWilliam S. Smith, a hotel keeper at gain centerjbr Dry Goods, Notions, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Cloth-ing- , MaryBville, 0., swallowed n falpo torth 225ncrps for next voir, for J5,"i0. Valises, Telescopes, Carpets, Matting, Floor Oil Cloth. which cut on artery nnd caused death. Fifteen No. 1 cotton mules for pale, Hnrrion'8 liome at iiiuU-h-. Ihey are U ws burglarized and hia wife's 10 of them work and fine. S. H.Shanbe, Pumfard. valuables are missing. watch and other Sable Simmon, 2jKU, brought ?V Frank Pillsky ahot and VHietl Ms 500 at tho New Yirk .stle, Uiaelenf, a neighbor, Frank Williams, at Puintevillo good without record, brought il, ai the result of a quarrel over a woman. 425. maro -- Prisoners fired the jail at Vmireburg -- O. C McOlure.of Paint Lick, sold to Many republicauH are opposed to the with the hope of making thoir eecape. Rjhert Arnold 20 SO". pound calt'oat3i First, an irresistible stock; second, the irresistible prices. Without passage of the Dingley bill, as it is not Tney came near being cremated as a roand to Adam Pence 20 of same at same a word as to the why and wherefore, we s:ll this week at the followprotective enough in its nature. They sult. prion. Ladies' outing flannel skirts, fancy stu'ped with border, want the original McKinley bill Portugal ing prices: There are 800 forecast display There is agrapo vino at bullewill likely nee that it is. We and Ladies' all wool skitt, lull in Kentncky where weather which bearsaaufficiont amount of grapes full three inches wide, worth .joe. at 25c. would think that democrats who voted tins are sent every day. Thifl service is to make an average of 150 gallons ol wine size, fancy worth 75c, at 60c. Ufankcts white 10 -- 4 at 60c a stripe, for McKinley and who always claimed to to he extended and 200 more BtationB a year. pair. Gents' Shirts 4SC. Canton Flannel 5c, worth Dress be for a tMriiTonly for rovenue, would fed added. -- J. II. Baughuian & Co, bought 200 White bordered Napkins 25c doz birthright Red flannel 15c a like they have swapped their -- r,n. rtrflillor DArdoned James Lee barrels of corn at Lauctster at on the Ginoham 59. or a meeB of pottage. Men's black Alpine Hats Patton, convicted in Magoffin county of car. M. J. Harris, of Crab Orchard, yard. Turkey trd Table Linen 25c yard. sent'need to one year's im- bought 1C0 barrels at the same price. worth $1.25 and $1.50 this week at 75c. Ladies' walking hats, blue, When republicans get to cheering perjury and prisonment, The Barrow place of 05 acres will be black and brown, 75c. Full line of trimmed Hats for ladies. Lidies democrats as a club did Mr. Cleveland at T. J. Henry, formerly clerk of the sold by the commifHioner county court Boston Tuesday night, people may Sec our $1.25 and S2 ladies' Capes. Hotter of appeals, died at Hnzsl Green, day in December. T. J. Bueh, who lives Jackets $1. 15 to $12. well begin to think there is something court whither he had gone to attend to some on tho premises, will show any one ones S3 to Si 5. wrong. We have alwajB been an admirlegal matters. through. er of the president, but such things as e A celluloid comb worn by Miss W. S. Warren has a cow which he this are enough to shake our confidence Henderson, of Portsmouth, O., came tells us he has to milk every time ehe bearing gifts in him. Beware of Greeks in contact with a gi jet and every hair bawls. St o ghes n gallon each tin o was burned from her head. McKinleyites are thankful The aud sometimes she bawls five or six tiuuB -- It develops ttmt William Mountp, times a dav. democrats certain because made fools of themselves election day who mysteriously disappeared from his Wheat in the Lou'sville nnrket and thoso certain so called democrats home in Pike county in June, was mur- Tuefldiiy took quite a surprising jump, Hoys overThe That wants a suit of Clothing to visit our store this week. roll their eyes in holy satisfaction and dered and robbed by hiscfousins. going from SO cents to 2 cert-jthey are better than Queen Victoria now rules 307.000.0CO prlco was made by the Ballard', who coats as low as Si. 25. low as S2.50. Men's overcoats Men's suits as thank God that people, a grenti r number than has ever bought 10,000 bushels. 'tother people. low as $5. We quote the few prices to show how prices run through before acknowledged the sovereignty of The Richmond Pantagraph tella of entire stock. A Dallas, Texae, man cotnmittf d sui- either b king, queen or emperor. one of the largest and highent priced cide on the day set for his unrriaue. At Richmond, Va., employes of the aak'3 of cattle this wesson, when it notes What a world of trouble he saved the VirginiBand North Carolina Wheel Co.; thaT I). ChenaultHold to J. W. Bales poor woman from and how much better have gone on a etrike becauee of areduc 200 of 1 000 pounds average at 4 Jc. off he is, even in hades, will never be tion of 10 per cent, in their wages. John Murphy delivered to Montio A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietors, known. I'm done," remarked Mat- Fot 19 1,430 pound cm teat 1c. Mr "Guess T. D. RANKY, Manager. thew Oldbam, of Greensburg, Intl., bb Murphy had them a ylar and put 510 POLITIC A L POINTS. Hold to ho sat in hjs pew in church, and before p Hinds each on tht.m. Uv alio Hranch Stores: The State canvassing board will meet friends could reach him he wbb dead. cattle at 3Jc. Mr. Fox seven Friday to canvsBa tne returns from the J. M. RohortB, of Pulaski, Hold at Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrenccburg, 'Cynthiana, An onyx stairway in the mansion of late election. Lancaster Monday 1 calves at $10. J ayeuue, New York, millionaire Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Klizabcthtown, Since Hon. W. B.Smith ran fo well a Fifth 0 short yenr ing" at coat something over JSOO.OCO, and is the W MiUCr bought and Franklort, Ky., Mauckport, lnd. for elector he is being mentioned for f 13. W. R Cook bought cf John lVrks finest thing of the kind in tho world. governor by his admirers. pound yearlings nt 2f.' a ouncli of A disastrous prairie fire ewept over Twenty-thre- e seems to be McKin-loy'- a sold to D. F. Logan three ThoniaB Stone lucky number. He was in the 23d tho Seminole country in Oklahoma. 1,0001b. rattlo at 3c and to Peter Genit is reported, were regiment during the war, he carried 23 Sixteen persons, m l!i try a mule for $70. burned to death by tho raging flames. . States and will be the 23 president. Jake Hugnely sold to McKechnie The total vote fn the recent election The Vanderbilt money Ib making Bros., millers at Point Bnrnside, a carwas 13,579,038. of which McKinley re- tho Duke of Marlborough's entertain load of wheat atSoc, delivered on therar V ceived 7,050,510 and Bryan 0,221,552, or ment of the Prince of Wales one of tho at Danvilln Farris A Whitley d livired a majority of S3S.9G4. McKinley carried most magnificent fetes ever s ea in Engto Wei) 102 big calfe at 41c They aver 23 and Bryan 22 States. land. aged 1,520 Same Hold to Embry the 70 (!) The Homestead, an Agricultural paIt has leaked out ttiat the court of exporters which Joe McDowell is feed per at Dea Moines. Iowa, says Hanna's appeals will grant Scott Jackson a new ing for thorn at !fc. They are to go in agents offered it $12,000 to support the trial for tho murder of Pearl Bryan, for December. Ad vorate. gold staudard, which shows that the rads which ho is now uuder sentence of Th Winchester Democrat reports V had money to burn. death. saleof 400 barrelo of corn in the Wndis '01 Five thousand Palmer and Buckner Consul General Lee does not believe Mill neighborhood nt s. to SS cts J; CsayAll Farm Products taken in exchange. democrats; constituting tlm tail, are try- the report that the Competitor prfBOierB hnrrel in the field the purchaser to shuck ing to wag the entire democratic dog. uavo been tried by court mnrtifd at Ha- Him corn and have the fodder. Sme Pardon the dog if he refuses to bark. vana in spite of the protest made by bun thero were 200 inferior tNt'l pi Lexington Argonaut. against such procedure. rh in tho market Monday. A lot of nice Gen. Wpyler, who marched up the The talk of Senator Jonro, late chairsteerH brought 3 00; feeder, 1,(1(0 committee, leads hill vutl 00000 men, eetrps to han to 1,100 pounds, sold at 3.35 to 3Jc; gnoii. man of Bryan to the belief that it is tho purpose of the marched down again, like tla old king smooth 1 200 pound oxen brought 3r; silver men to establish prinanent head- of France, hut the Spanish partisans pay S0O to Btrern 3J to 3 35; quarters in Washington. thero is nothing discouragir'g i" his reGOO to 700 pounds, 2ir; lighter onec The late election returns ahow that treat. 2 to 21c; common bulla 1J to 2c. Kntucky U entitled to another The coming Illinois Legislature will 11 For the Fall Racen at LexinLtou round who wi'l either have to be be asked to piFS laws prohibiting the trip tickets via Queen A Crecer t Route, or from a Bile of cigarettes, placing saloons in will be sold for lj fare, good until elected from the new district, after a redistriciion. counties, towns and whhIb under local Nov 30 to return. No extrarhHrgtH on Every county in tho First and Sec- option and compelling observance of tho vestibnled trainn. Aak agents for par ond districts, except Christian and Cald- Sabbath. n:c ticulars. W O. Rinearaon, general pas Pennington Hiegins, a will' known senger agent, Cincinnati, O. well, went democratic this year and there is already a good deal of activity newHpaperman, and a brother of Higgins, of Delaware, committed among candidates for county offices to An V to Iutn IIcIIkIou. And. Funeral Director. be filled next year. suicide Monday night by inhaling gas at Mnclt of tho basin of theology in tho idea of 1C0 years ago. Thou it wna Also carry a nice line oi Harness, Saddles, Hridles, Buggy Robes, In an interview, Gov. Bradley said his boarding house. is, "God is Deity. Now tho Tom RheB, e brother of the Congrthat he bad never said that be would Horse Hlankcts, Whips, &c. whipped W. H. here," Tho idea Unit his kingdom is of the Legislature essman-elect, lorsa call an extra session Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e n new inspiration to tho for auy of the dates that have been nam- Grider, a drummer for B. M. Creel & Co., coming is What will tho ugo boliovo in? ed, nor had he ever indicated that he on the streets of Ruasellvllle, because he world. Tho old tilings will not da Mtxrern inof Rbea'a would not call an extra session. had made disparaging remarks vention has niado po.sibk the iiumun For the first time in ita history the sister. brotherhood. Evolution wiw decried ondemocratic club of New York celebrated The Paris Figaro sa j s the American ly a littlo while ago, bnt it lias torn t le election of a republican president. newspapers which are egging the United down tho wall of 0, 000 years ago and opened a mighty past, Tho tolescopo Mr. Edward Lauterbacb, the republican States to war with Spain should refl-Dkalkks In spell binder who said his party wonld that war with Spain means war with Eu- has torn tho roof of heaven and added Mod-or- u not submit to tho election of Bryan, was rope, and in the interest of tbe United 1,000,000,000 worldH to our viow. soieuco Ima enlarged and beautified an honored guest. The name of the StateB itself it is to be hoped that this onr world. It in impossible to moot tho club ought to be changed and the mem- eventually will not arise. demands of thin enlightened ugo with a Mrs. J. M. R. Green, wifa of a leadbers should then go of! and banc themreligion framod on a knowledge of tlw ing teacher of Gravea county, was crimi- world long years ago, Rov. Frank B. Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line o selves. d. Vrooman, Proshytorinn, Chicago. Secretary Richardson says that en a nally assaulted Monday night at Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Negro named Jim Stone, who great many ballots the voter's cross was A Loiutou ti tlio Illcycta. Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. placed only before the naaie of the first is8UBpectedof the crime, was arreBted Tho moro rapidly tho cyclist rushes elector and that these ballots, in the case and taken to Paducah lor sale keeping. along through the very midst of prauo-in- g steeds, tho moro need has ho of of the republicans, were counted for the A mob followed him, but on arriving prisoner strictest wariness; the more victorious entire electoral ticket, whereas the dem- there was informed that the our onward march against unbridled ocratic ballots of this sort were counted had been spirited away. foes to goodness, tiro moro need havo for only the .first elector, W. B. Smith. .WE WILL. wo of eternal vigilance. Like tho uniThis will be one ground for contest Friverse system embraces within itn imI ARM AND TRADE ITEMS. day and he is sure that he can bhow that measurable honndariort nunierouH othor Sarah Fuller, 2:09 pacing, ia dead. systems, tho smallest of which has its Bryan is entitled to 12 instead of 1 electJ.T. Bihgiman sold to Hon. J. S. own orbit and orderliness of movement, or in this State, Oweloy a bunch of shoals at 3c. to tho eyo of God "tho now boa von John Splan will campaign Scott New- nnd tho now earth" "tho now JerusaMORE NEWS NOTES. man's Boreal, 2:133, Y0"' lem" is but tho final circumferuueo toWm. Gooch Iihs a hog which h will ward which tho over widening circles At Delmont, Pa., a man killed his of iiitolleotnal nnd moral advancements kill this year thnt weighs 850 pounds. wife and then committed suicide. Of Goods at cost until the William Gooch Hold to 0. M. Jones aro gradually moving. To our flnito Twenty-sibanka in Nebraska, were at $00, minds all may socin chaoa. To tho mind ld mules ribbed by an organized band of bandits. five two and of tho infinite, liko this vision of cotton crop of the country for The Italo Oampanini, at one time probait has tho apponrauoo of a "wlwol bly the world's greatest tenor singer, is tbe present year ia estimated at 8,022,000 within a wheel" nay, bo absolutely perfect is tho adjustment that tho dead. bales. Is disposed of. Doga got into J.T. Bingaman'sBheep wheels appear to "torn not" when thoy O. W. Couldock, aged S2, has just Roy. O. B. Adams, Congregation qait the stige, after being an actor for 59 Tuesday night and killed and crippled ga aliat, Philadelphia. years. several. ecutive committees met at Loxington Tuesday with 23 of the 29 members prea ent, when after a secret conference it wbb resolved that only those voters who supported the nominees of the Chicago convention at the late National tlcction Bhould be permitted to take part In any democratic convention, primary elections or precinct meetings to be held in thejvarious counties for the purposo of nominating candidates for county offices. W. B. Smith. J. D. Black. J T. O Neil and L. E Suter were appoint ul as couf" sel to represent tha democrats of the State before the returning bard. Geo. S. Fulton, Charles W. Metcalf, John T. HoJge nod Fiuley Shuck were appointed a committee to go to Louisville to see about establishing a democratic William Goehel. V. V. dailv there. Johnson and. Charles M. Lewis were aopointed a committee to prepare an address to the democrats of the State. R'ch-ardeo- Thk democratic State Central and Ex- John W. MulKue.of London, has 3 40 ln Cincincattle 4.40 and extra nati; best shipping sheep 3). J. O. Johnson bought in the Wes. End a bunch of extra good butchoratuil at 2J to 2jc. Woods it Lynn will Bhip a car load each of sheep and hogs of their own raising to Cincinnati -- Louis Walz bought of John Gooch Home Bhoats at 3c and of Thomas Dalton Home butcher stuff al 2c. T. P Tuttle, of tho Wist End, Iihb rented Mrs. Alice Cloyd's farm nearTur-nersvilland moved to it. F. P. Bishop has rented tlm Bennett Cloyd farm near iiiutonville. containing i Best hogs are-wort- -- THE- Louisville Store to-da- o po nt ft Special Department for Clothing and Shirts Made to Order. - ata-tlou- s , 7c. 1 Lil-li- to-da- y It Will Pay Every Man and Boy . O.OGO-o- r , THE LOUISVILLE ST0RL. 900-poun- d 1 1 i 1 ,1, ((BliDiAfL ! Buy your Coal now before it goes up, for the Winter. H. BAUGHMAN & I p-- r J. CO. 1 200-poun- d i i 1,000-poun- d n, State-st-lar- ge jr. Practical Trimmer, Smbalmer c M' ciiAinr, & DERTAKING v tnet-htiR- FARRIS HARDIN, ct Groceries, Hardware, Glassware Queenswarejand Tinware. 9 May-fifl- Prices to Suit The Times ne' CoiitiDDe Oar Sale x three-year-o- Ezo-kio- l, ENTIRE STOCK W. H. WEAR EDI - St CO, m wawwH -- rt - Mi. itji. t- ,, WJ tfllMB AfrirtmC; Stanford. Ky., Nov. 26, 1896 W. P. WALTON ly, after ho had studletl tho sltuntlon a moment, "hut how far awny Is boiih house? I do not know." "It would tnko you nn hour to go nnd get back," wild tho girl. "Cnn you not do something olsa If I had only a Uttlo thing to hold ou to, I could crawl back, but I dnro not" Ko, no, Frankllnl" Interrupted tho professor. "You must llo stllL I will 0MMilng hlH knapsack, ho fumbled Inside of It for n moment nud draw out n stout gray llannel shirt Tills ho toro into strliis, nud, knotting tho strips together, ho had In n llttlo while n string long enough to reach across tho dangerous sloo. As ho worked ho chatted with tho girl, who was cool enough now that somo ono was near to aid her. Hho had lieen picking Iwrrles, sho told him, nnd, although sho knew tho ground well nnd understood how treacherous tho grasy slopes were, nfter tho Into summer sun scorched them, sho hnd sllpixxl from pure carelessnefs, nnd, falling, sho hnd slid Struggling to out of reach of tho bushe rise, sho had sllpixxl farther and further toward tho edgo until she realized that her only chance of safety was to llo still and coll for help. "And I was so thankful when I heard you answer," sho said, "for I did not know hut I would hnvo to llo hero till ther mUwd mo nt homo nud camooutto search for mo." "Yes, It was good thnt I study tho rocks todny," sold tho professor. "Uut now I'o still somo mora till my ropo shall touch your fingers. Then do not too hnrd pull it, for It Is not so strong. Uut it will help you n llttlo, nnd you can up tho hill creep carefully." And ho tied a small stone to ono cud of tho string nnd slid it down toward her till si 10 grasped It, ho holding something do." PEOR HUGO'S THANKS IIV DAVU) A. CUItTIS. Copy right, IKM.) hrlp. Profi'usor Hiifro laid tlownhU Roologlcal hnmincr and put tlio 8ooliiio lio hod Just chipped oil cnrufullyitwitr In hla knntwaok, mid thon fitnilKhtcnwl up, Untuning. Ho never did anything lit n hurry. Aivln tho cry sounded. It vn n Rlrllsh rolco, nnd It noundl from down tho mountain. Ho win liaU way up tho sldo. "Help! Holpl Quick I" "I bottor ko, nmybc," muttered tho In Ids queer German speoali, nnd thou ho mined Ida volco nnd shouted: "Fonr notl I comer" Ono could not say ho hurried ovon then, but thent wait no hesitation, nud there wan not n mUsteii. Presently ho ntopped nnd listened. Hearing nothing, ho culled out: "Where you arc nourf Call out to mo again!" "Right hero. Oh, oomo uIok" tho rolco, only n few yards to tho right. Stepping around n bowlder that win lodged on tho mountain dido, ho saw a young girl lying flat on tliu grim. Do fora alio could Bjxwk ho understood her xl It wns j cry for In worldly goods, as It certainly was, nnd If it was n serious tnx on tho family purso to provldo tho medicines the stiff oror needed nnd n drain ou tho strength of tho mother nnd daughter to nurse 1dm ns ns they did, no hint of theso facts nppenrcd. Tho professor wns not to want for anything that could tie I had, nor did ho ico ony but n cheerful countcnaiico In tho hotiso. Ho was not blind, however, nor was ho Imckwanl nlMiut asking questions when ho recovered sutllcleiitly to talk. Ho wont straight to tho point with n directness that would hnvo peomctl grossly Impertinent In a neighbor, but which appeared childlike simplicity In this queer foreigner who sjKiko such twisted Kngllsh. "What for do you stay whoro the land so poor is" lio asked ono day. "You nro n farmer. Why do you not mjII anil to tho r6w, ho hail been a groat caro nnTl n'n'tr-do-n for n tlmo, and then ho had pncd nway to bo only a memory. It was therefore entirely a snrprlso when, n fow dnvs liefore Thanksulvltu;. John brought homo a letter from tho villain postolllco addressed In 11 queer foreign handwriting to Miss Ella Hascom. "It must Ik from tho professor," sho said, nud after they had nil n greed to this nnd had cxamlrcd tho envelopo and tho postmark nnd had wondered sufficiently about what he could havo to say, ns peoplo do who do not often receive letters, sho oponed it. My Dkaii Little riuuM:iv I hnvo not tlrnt yuu asked mo to no to hco you ugaln on Thnnkgglvlni: day, nnd I will go. I will to si what is tliu great holiday of tho American jmoplo in tho American puaplu's for-(rott- ,.i. ;.. J ..1. .i wi.T-rr- ..,. J .,.,. j J..T53: THE WEEKLY The 1 Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. U ! lu of ii.cit o- - nif-rc- i i - 11 -- iv "'&.-$.l- i ;-- - 'AX rr- h r& V( pro-feas- or TOrXl&V &Z r7 fs irv tfrns' &ZIVM f f 1 4 IL I . . r ZLP? .tV 3&tC lcA (Ti I tho professor. If you will look my kiiHMick in and gl mo tho llttlo Somrtimtt it mi to weary woman that ilie llnsk there, I mm wait, but bo not longer rauit crrtalnly give up The utnleit arti coi.it m you wort, '.ecom.t an almost ihiurmiunlaWle t win help." Nervouiiittt ilHpltiiuiit a it J ;lr haraia ' "I will Iw as iiuiek as I can," said the and life ttemi li.rdlr worth ihe liilne Dr. girl aftor sho had brought the knnpvick to r her I'ltrrr't ravnrite l'rticrillon wat I'f I'lercc't Gol len Medical I)ntovty wai rnle lilm and given him drink. for her It was a long hour for tho txior professor, ht formrr It lr Ilia dltuiKtly feminine, the. ether tor ber genertl "Stcx. Trgetker the y and before It was over he had fainted, o( trrat supply a scientific and iwcctufut -V Sho wni almost nt tho odgo of n cliff not lei than 40 feet In height, nnd below her Win n iimm of J rigged rucks. Tho slopo on which iiho lay wan steep, nnd tho short grafl that covered It won ho dried nnd burned by tho mm that It wiw nn idlpftery, almost, as lea Moreover, tho noil In which It grow wag hardly mora than n iiheet of forest mold over u smooth rock, nud thuro was no ohanco for her to get ovon n Might hold by digging her flngoni Into It. "You nro hurt? Ko?" he asked quickly. "No, sir," answered tho girl as coolly ns If sho had Kxmi lying on n itofa. "Dut every tlmol try to movalsllpallttlo nearer tho edgo, nnd there Is nothing to keep mo from falling over if I slip any farther," "That Is right," said tho prof ensor, "nnd it W good for you that I hear. Llo still now, nnd I will soon up gut you." It was not no wny, however, us It looked nnd ns ho nt lint thought It was. On cither sldo of her ho could get within soma CO feet of wliero sho was without venturing on tho tronchurous gra.s himself nud K losing his own foothold. Hut, though ho could hnvo held outn htlcl: or Impro-vlm- d a ropu that sho could reach itcrus tlint dlntaiKv, It would not do to pull her nlong tho edge without Home stay from ho upper part of tho slue, nud that was fully fll) feet nlmo her. "I could go for n rope," ho said prownt- - IcrlL llOIlN'," " A eh! Tlrnt Is Ivid," said "Hut I will do as I am Inwt. tho slippery grass. Ho strove in vain to stop himself, grasping frantically at tho grass, which broko as ho clutched it. Carried swiftly by tho momentum of his fall, ho (dipped smoothly down to tho very edge and over It, falling, with a loud cry, sheer over tho cliff. Tho girl called out twice, but there was no answer, and with n terrible fear lest sho should find only n Ufelcst body sho hastened around by tho mviront practicable way to tho foot of tho ell IT. Ho was not dead, ns he found Immediately Hut when ho tried to riho ho could not. "My leg Is broken," ho said, "nnd I nm bad hurled ou my lusldo. You must now to 1110 bring hlp, for I am as you were." "Yes, yM,"niiswaml tho girl. "I will go. Hut how 011 you stay idniut It will U) moro tlmn nn hour leforo I ton get nnylsuly lmr w!k oait carry you to tho 11 It was very rosy thon for her, having something to stondy her, to mnko her wny upward to where ho stood, nt tho edgo of tho slope, holding tho string firmly. All went well till sho cumo within reach of his outstretched liand, when, as ho stooped to lift her to her feet, his own footing gavo way, and ho foil headlong Ixinldo her on tho other end west where your fields nro nil tipped on ono sldo up nnd rock full." "Well, I've had n sort o' hanker In to go west for n long sjiell," said Mr. Hascom, "but 'talu't so easy to sell when there nln'tnnybody sock In to buy. I stay hero becauso tho form's mine, an there ain't nothln elo that Is. I never could get forehanded enough to uiakon start, and It's all I can do to make a llvln hero." "Hut tho Ixiy," said tho professor, "will ho nil his life stay hero also and poor?" "No!" exclaimed tho father almost angrily. "Not if I'm sjared long enough to caro for his mother till ho gets 11 start. He's bent on schoollu, and his mother and I nro goln to seo't ho gets It. Ho'U havo to work his own wny, though," added tho old man, with a llttlo high. "Wo can't help him much." " Yos, that Is good," said tho professor. "It Is better ns a Iwy his own education THE VIlorEbSOIl'fl EVES GLEAMED, go? Thoro you will do Iwttcr ns hero, li Your broth r John, ho Is n Rood lmy, nnd ho will bo n cid man. Ho wi'l give tleinks, mnybo, tlrnt 1 did K''t him n plnco In Ni w York where ho cnn study nnd 1m nn englni-euii'l will ourn mow v not very much, hut enough, Tell j'our pup 1 lmve, maybe, some good n w s for him, and U your nmmmn since I romu to dinnur I have tho great Illiorty taken to send my dinnur. Ami I kisj your hind. IIloo. Such news was too wonderful, nnd yet It was tantalizing. There wns no end to tho speculating, nnd It was later that night than It overbad lieen beforo when tho went to bed. Tho next day, howovcr, brought n still greater surprise. Word cumo from tho railway station, two miles nwny, that there wero several largo cases there for Mr. Hascom, oxpressngo paid. Tho old gray horso wns astonished enough nt tho speed at which he was rattled nlong, but his feelings wero nothing to thoso of tho family when tho enscs wero brought homo nnd opened. If thoro was anything known to tho grocery or delicatessen trado that wasn't In those cases, it was becnuso tho professor couldn't find It And thoro was tho biggest turkey Hascom over saw, with a box of fresh vegetables, nnd everything clso needed to cook with it. And of everything else thoro was enough to Install win ter. Mrs. Hascom was stunned. Sho could say nothing, but tho children made up for her silence, and Mr. Hascom, nfter ho had recovered n llttlo from his bewilderment, said, "Well. Maria, If that's tho professor's dinner, ho must havo 11 lectio tho best of anybody I ever knowed of." Next day tho professor came himself, fatter than over and Jollier than they had over scon him. "It is nothing," ho said 1 1 Has-coins rep-resentto home. A YEHR. 1 1 50 lr rrirl State cstmaster j CENTS 0cr"iiclviMiircrl vcarsaFamilyFavorite Th Wdkly ' n. u IO zette contains 64 column every week. It gives the news of Ihe vv'nrld n hi-i C jmK eie ahatie; thd Choicest Miscellany and Reada id ing, an tri. I!tt Si uersiy Ma er that brain can produce and that money can buy The VSurkiy CrmmercUl lia'ttlo it printed every Tuesday morning tb United Mate, or Canada at FIFXY CENTS PKK and mailer tojuyp' YKAR. 1 Sample Copies HT'ree- - -- ! ,li ue Dail 110S tilsy DAILY ( VM1 Kt 11 llxikghoLt i v perulaiit TKIliL'NF. is unrivaled at a Newspaper, nd it attetird by Its increasing; I is considered an agent. Ad- - THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE CO., FwmwimrmTw AND Bond for Torma. CINCINNATI, OHIO . Hiqqins McKinney Are the Only Cash Men in Stanford on $ r-- csi- . rendi-(o- 11 1 do-spl- couite men! The favorite lettotct healthy regular action ol the erg-adutirutljr feraimiir It lorcei ou all Imrmrititt, strengthen! the t, allayi inflammation The Golden Medical i Discovery malai appetite, htlpt mdigeiilon. In the atilimlatlon, fill! out th cheek and necV with good, solid fltih and Lrtngt back the (ladtomc (law ot girlhood Send ticin ic tlarapt ta WcrM'a liupeatary Medical Atioclation, HutUlo. N. Y , and receive-I)Medical I'lercVa 1008 pig Common ids tlnsk, ho that when John Huscom ' k&V-.&- Adruer, llluitrated. ane r Do on Much for You Mr I'rrtl Miller ot Iring. til. writei that he had a Severe Kidney trouble lor many )eari, with aeterc palm in hit back and alio that hn He tned mnj o called bladder wat alfcctol . About Hitters and ao Klectric Hitter U especially found relit'f at one adapted to cure ol all Kidney and I.iver trublra and often glvei alinoit initant relief One trial Price only 50c lor will prove our itatement. At W It, McKoberu' Drug Store. arse bottlet a It May KidneX curra Imt without any coodrt-suttyear he began uie ol Klecttlc Wf'1 w i&7r W&Q m Y. 1 ,.t -- Vi 'A '.' "Z. ifiej--nr if is At M k jtry&fi Xlr . YlxV 7 If And after that ho talked with young John. Tho boy was shy at firt, but tin der tho jirofassor's blunt questioning lio soon warmed up enough to talk of his amHo wanted to Iw civil engineer, bition. ho said, nnd the profesor found that ho bad laid n good foundation for an educn-thilit thoillagoiuiidemyundhadlx)Ught and mastered few good books. Morcoer, ho wns obsorvont. Ono day when tho professor wns almost woll ho was looking over tho specimens In his when John c.imo nnd looked on. "There's n good deal of that kind of rock on the oast side of tho farm," ho said, (Kilntlng to 01:0 of the chips. Tho professor started a little, but ho spoke ns delilorntely as usual. "You shall show to 1110 that e.it side," ho said, "when I am climb thoo hills somo day." "I guess you can get thoro now," said tho lad. "It isn't much of n climb, nud there's a smooth jiath." So thoy went out together, nnd tho professor's eyes gleamed when ho saw tho ledge John pointed out. Ho said very little, though, and after ho had taken somo measurements and collected a fow specimens they went Iwick to tho house. Next day ho wild ho was going nwny, nud he asked Mr. and Mrs. Hascom how much ho owed them for his board and his 11 n ttet." D'.T'W TkjiI '. t Groceries, .' Hardware, Stoves, &e. ' . ',T 1 ft 's&V'Yi Lssl;s 11 Attrac&T e rncos on un loV-Try knnp-Hic- mm k us nnd be Convinced What Cash Will Do. THE I'llOFESSOIt'S HISN'ER. sjoav J?y"""sSliarfalak when Mr. nnd Mrs. Hascom undertook to remonstrate with him for sending them such n wtudth of stores. "It Is nothing. I have never your Thanksgiving kept liefore, and I thank you so much for your to mo kindness when 1 was suffering. " "But you said you vvero n ioor monr" aCHtatB9lwPHaEai With.Steel Beam is considered the best for turning under Rag Weed and Stubble. been a minister er kuk. Iowa, writes "I the Methodist Kplscopal church lor 50 years ol more and hive never lound any'hing to bentn clal or that tfava me such speedy relit ( as Dr King's New Dttcovcry " Try tint Ideal cough remedy 1 rial bottlei free at W II McKobert'a jg store r'rancli, AMermin, Chicago, lara "I regard Dr Kint'a New Discovery at au ideal anacea lor coughs, colds ani lung compiainia, n vine uied it In mv famitv lor the lait five vears tome exclusion 01 pnyiictans- - pricripiiom or ether preparations." Rev John llurgeti, Keo- Janet Tho Ideal Panacea. L. rasv.' , 2 "S-".- otvffl hat 11 rnjiirlnhl dspel 'el 1S0.1 iu fill . iik vsni iioon ni.it 'i:ieiu enma lmok with his daughter ho shook his liond gravivly, fearing that his help was too Into, llo could do nothing, however, but unit till hl-- i Min hhoiilil 001110 up with tho uelghliorrt, for whom he had And when they had oarrhxl him to the Unsown hud farmhouse and the village diK-tocome and examined him nud set his bones they found that they would hnvu him to Cairo for for several weeks. "It seems kind o' hard it should 1mi so, Maria, boln as you've gut about all to do 't you can stand," said Mr. H.iscom to his wife, "but I don't bco as 'twould bo decent not to caro for him. " "Why, wo'vo just got to, John," said Mrs. Hascoui. "And diar suz knows wo r ittnni.'i-cnklPO SALnbU oUriuoi ti.w, coU, l.npv'illi iiu.m.i i... Mollis proud dtivitli uuJ.r liie r hi U'iii. ti Ilollsrlaw. ed." Hut If tho Hascom household was poor How to Ouro Bilious Colic. can't grudge him nothln. If It hadn't 'a' Ixxiii for him Klla might 'a' been kill- medicines. "Land sokes, professor," said Mrs. Hascom, "you don't s'poso wo could tako your money, do you? What llttlo wo'vo been ablo to do for you Is llttlo enough forwhat you did for us." And tho farmer himself spoke ns earnestly, so tho professor said no moro about money. In fact, ho seemed so well pleased that Mr. Hascom remarked It when lie was alone with hU wife. " 'Pears to 1110 that thoro Professor Hugo'snlmlghty skimpy nlniut money," ho sold. "Ho was ticklinl to death eeunmost when ho found ho didn't havo to pay nothln " '"John Hascom," oxclolmed tho good woman, "you don't mean to stand there nnd tell mo you would take money from tho man that saved your own daughter's life?" "Don't Iw a fool, Maria. 'Toln't likely I would, but I'd V thought more of him if he'd V tried n llttlo hnrdcr to pay." Hut there was auothor ono In tho family who had no such thoughts. When Klla Hnsconi bade tho professor good by, sho said, "I never havo really thanked you as I want to, and I don't s'ioso I ever can, but I want you to know that I never can forget what you did and whnt you havo suiTcrcd for inc." "Pish, pIshT'sald tho professor carelessly, though ho was well pleased. "It was nothing only my own stupid foot that all tho troublo made. And I did for you very little. Only 1 am glad, .frauleln, that I study tho rooks that day." Aud ho klsoit her good by. dollars." And again they sat up half tho night discussing John's future, which now on himself. And only tho mother remembered to cry silently even while sho reproached herself for ingratitude, because there was In all tho good fortune no way yet open for sending Kiln away from tho winter storms. Hut tho next morning, when tho mother nud daughter vvero in the kitchen nnd John wus busy outside, tho professor said: wroto in my letter, Mr. Hascom, I havo omo good news for you mnylio. It was this: Your son John ho showed mo good Mono on your fi.rm. It is for building most excellent. It Is tho stone for which I was looking whon tho llttlo frou-loi- n for help colled. I havo in ono great quarry comjuiny a small interest, for I am what you call stockholder, aud for them I They want that kind of wns looking. stone. So when I returned to tho city I said, 'The stono Is found.' Then they would to bond homebody to buy your farm cheap, nnd I km Id no. When they wero angry, I said: 'Very well, gentlemen, thon I tell you nothing. You go and yourself find tho stono. ' tk they wore nngry niiiio more, but I mnko them oiler you $ 10,000 for your farm or a contract for f 1,500 u year It Is better you taku tho contract, I think, mi I havo tho paper, nnd If you sign they $1,000 bonus pay you. " And ho produced tho jHiiKir. And that wns how tho Bascoms spent tho liapplest day they over had and tho professor baw his first Yankeo Thanksgiving. said Mr. Hascom. "Ach, yes! Thoy call mo in tho city poor, but always I havo n few thousand THE GIB&'S I IM FERIAL PLOW, And the like, and you should see my stock andfget my prices before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. WHEAT DRILLS, LAND ROLLERS B. K. WEAR EN. THK Tnorouubbrcd D4 y BLUK-GHAS- 'I S HKRD OF HEX) HOGS. er selected Irom tn brat orthu amoui breed of twine Id icvera' dllftrtnt Statei A splflldid Ut Ol pUs of ilillnrent at ft ljr sale, lircil towi a spvoalty. Satisfaction gjaranteed. lonopoiulcncc solicited, My llreedprt htrdt R. II. BKONAUGU, Crab Orchard, Addrctr Kj This Is tho best mnrkct nnd ours is tho best houso to ship to. Wo mnko liberal Advances on consignments. Ilcsldes wo have better facilities than other houses In having many lnrgo factories to supply. Wo get you the top prico and pay spot cash ; not iu trade Ko traveling agents. Ship oil your wool and farm produce direct to HERNDON-CARTE- R WOOL, WOOL. 110 Third Street, or 313 to 310 Murrell Court, CO. LOTJISVIIiI.E, KY. "But you will como again toseous?" urged tho llttlo midden. "Won't you como THE CREAT BJJsfNESS TRAINING SCHOOLW THE SOUTH. Devotional nnd Revival MccllnRS, SiMRlnB Schools and Day Schools, Sunday Schools & Young People's Societies, with Rudiments. I C017 by roa.l 'm. I'.Jlper 1 2J.ui a Hundred by (rngUI Ern'til .,.!.' i byipr.ordeji U S' I all gr."-T-i-- w William eJ. Holtzriaw. ..To the., I tuflcreil for weeks with colic and paint in my ttomach cauted by billoutoeit and had to take medicine all tho while until I used Chamberlaiu'a Cole, Cholera aid D'airhoca Remedy which 1 have since recommended cured mc. It to a good many people. Mrs. F. llutler. Kairhaven, Conn Persons who are subject to bilious colic can want off the attack by tsLitig this remedy as toon at the first symptoms appear. Si Id by Craig A' Hockcr, Druggists. Thanksgiving?" "Maybe, maybe," ho mid. "That is n good day, that Thanksgiving. You to tho good Lord give thanks bee.iuo ho so good to you Is. And yuu havo ono great dinner. Mnylio I thank him, too, that ho kill mo not. Aud you I thank that you tako of mothor good core. And maybo I tako dinner that day with you." Portland. San Francisco NfiO)lBTMW3EST Via Ihe t w- - w. t n mivtD. r ! G ' 1 p. a .,v w. . r- - g?Sr ulr D Kr T. Ti.n.1.1. iViiV1" - ir i,in"'i'"i;,,j' Uru4.t..vi . OnljriDinlng Car Route r'rom Elegant Pullman Veitlbuled Sleeper ol Modern Pattern. For mapt or any information, addren TO CHICAGO. f K.H.BACON ritANK J. REID.)J D. P. A , or: G. P. Agent, (. ) Louisville Chicago. lie tut to call for Mooon Rojte. Denver. Stj Paul. Thanksgiving day come, nnd in tho interval, oh the hard New Kngland winter arnooii, things went badly with tho Kiln developed n slight cough, that nuulu her mother turn pnlowhonsho heard Druiigltti. it. Pho had learned to know how easily consumption nttaeks young people In tho r rn Tho vear.old hov of t. rnim.nti Crllter. Ill . IS lullluCt la lttarlri nl r!,.. M. rigorous climate of upper New Kngland, lohnton tail he it tatitfiii thai iha i.ni.. ...A of C'namberUln's Ci ugh Kcmidr during a severe yet sho dared not sjvak to Mr. lhiscom attack saved his little boy's lite, tie is in the aixntt pending tho girl south for tho wind ug butluess, a moinbfroi the firm ol Johnsou ter. Tho means wero lacking. Tho crops Hroa.,ol thai ulace, and ther handles great many patent medicines tor throat and lung isoaies. vvero poor. Ono of tho two pigs they had fattened died boforo killing time. Mr. lie hd all ihcte tochooie Irom and k lied ready lo respond to tut call, but d B.iscom himself, growing old loforo his this remedy lor uie in hit own tamlly at time time, seemed no longer able to look on tho when tin chilil'i lit wat in dangrr, btcauto he bright sldo of anything, and tho anxious kni to be tup.rlor o any o her it ' f mnm wlfo aud mother could only pray a llttlo the country over for its cue of croup. Mr n aaya ihit is the bett telling couch " edicine moro earnestly nnd a llttlo moro frequentthey handle and that it givet toendul ititrctli ly than before. To work harder was imjn ail caiea. Solo by Craig & Mocker, Druggist possible. And John could only study later nnd rl.so earlier to mnko up for his father'b Hucklln'H Arnica tSulve falling strength. Nothing was hoard from The bi'tt salve In the worllfor cm. uru ieit tho professor, and, us tho family realized lores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever tores lettei, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all akin eruptiont. moro nnd mora every day how heavy tho at pontively curti piles, or no pay repaired. It Is odds wero against them, they censed to talk luaranteed to give perlcct tatiifaction or Jioney rjfundwl. Price j cents per box. Kor tale by nnd almost censed to think much about W. II. McRoberu druggist. him. IJo liu'l saved thoni from n grmtjspr Bos-coind-- ever had in my ll'o wat cured by Chamberlaln't Ccugh Remedy," rltes W II Norton, ci Sutter Crevk.Cal. "This cold left mo with a cough and I wat expectorating all the lime, 'the nnieilv cured me and I want all my frieudt hen troubled with a cough or cold to uie it, lur it will i them good " Sold by Craig & Mocker, I A "The worst cold It was several weeks, however, boforo phr-McU- iis t .1 an-- Jnh-io- of nil degrees, runners, trotters nnd pacer?, mubt inevitably bo permanently injured by contesting on tho ruco track. Much of tho ground feed sold to confiding livo stock men contains gypsum and lots of it. Look out for it. Livo stock men ought to combiuo and forco a thorough stnto inspection not only of articles raid for human food, but also for animal food. A man who will mix gypsum iy a compound that is to go down the throat of a helpless horso or cow deserves lynching. If thero is no Jaw tt reach such scoundrels, then livo stock men ought to havo such law passed before the coming winter ends. Althougt- beoves aro scarco this tho pi ice range cattle bring in tho markets is low This is becauso thoy aro in such poor condition. Good cattle for feeding bring top prices and nro hard to get. Vhil" good fat beef has sold on tho foot for over $0 tho hundred in Chicago, t.i thin range steer's prico has been in some rases below 3. Professor! nt tho Kansas agricultural stntion who havo been iiiuking special experiments declare that sunt is not the canso of the corustalk disease iu cattle. 11 - Stock Points. Tho tendency is to stop racing bnby horses nnd running them to dentil, mid it is n good thing. Ono nud S year olds Lto wSfrtrrf2?ttJMAUSMr'trnft V 'aBL& Cy' Hunsrcos cr emmm holding fine positions. X) THE COUNTRY, mcntion course rcp. THE Queen &Crescent ROUTE of superbly appointed reaches the priucipal cities of the South with a sen-icthrough trains. Dty Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harritnan, Chattanooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macoa, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to ivnoxviue, jioi npnngs aud Asheville; and from Chattauoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mcnroe .w and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeies anu San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, J$$m, Via iNCW vjntuiis or via suitivjiuiu Z Short Line from the Blue Grass silica to Cincinnati - IRji, . Free Tarlor with even accommodation to patrons. Lexiujitoti to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Obseroi- Cars tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. . W. O. Rlucarson, Chas. W. Zell. a.P.A.tCincinwttl, 0. yBav-' iZSpc dgt., CincinnaiL 0. Wv. e Fca-so- tz SJi , Posr .VJKWfJ , yi,Mtru;,"; tm?mi-- ,. . Vk "& '' -' im"--'--- r pnni i. i n f M""l"" 'V w.Mf"." I.IIJI Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - A MODERN FLAVOR. "" PEOPLE OF THE DAY. General Fitz Hugh Loo, who has bo recently rendered such distinguished services to his country ns consul genoral of tho United States to Cubn, is ono of tho famous Leo family of Virginia. lis 1b a grandson of Colonel Harrry Loo, who was known in tho Itovolntiounry wnr m "Light Horso Harry," and ho is a uophow of Gouernl Robert E. Lea General Fitz Hugh Leo was born nt Clermont, Fairfax county, Vn., in 1885 nud wns graduated from West Point in 1850. Ho took pnrt in somo cngago- Gem RELIGIOUS THOUGHT. of Truth Gleaned From the Teach Ins of All Penomlnntlont. Good citizenship implies righteous living. And tho church, which is tho groat tonchor of morals, is justly looked up to and must necessarily bear nn important part iu tbo education of tho on lines of rectitudo nnd justice, Ilov. O. Ellis Stevens, Episcopal, Philadelphia. Tim fjilrlt of tho Home, Tho f pirit of tho homo must bo devont if tho inllnenco is to bo oti tho side of right Tho uudcrtono of tho homo lifo is often moro important man mo Patents should bring daily henv-enl- y inllui nces to bear upon thoso whom God has intruded to tholr enro. -- "Itcv. M. Boss Fibhburn, Cougregn-tionalisWashington. Itvllglon nt ltonip. Tho nltars at homo nro n vanishing clement in tho busy lifo of today. Vou may say you can worship an woll in tho tcmplo of naturo or aUiome, but, ns a foot, tho great lifo of religion has always como from somo church, somo snored spot where prnino and prayer testimanlify to tho commonest need est souls. Hcv. James Dp ornmndio, peo-pl- o over-toue. Stanford, Ky., i Nov. 26, 1896 Bm ThMlsfflrtnr OtMerrace Defence, bountiful hnrvost by tho pilgrims and was chiefly n noltgloua ftawit, and this U tnio enough, but this "first Thanksgiving" was not tho only one. It took placo in 1023, and whilo all who took part wero seemly nnd davout In their demoaaor thero was probably no lack of hilarity nnd honost, hearty laughtwr. In this It was probably moro Hko tho modern city Thanksgiving observance than somo rural Thnukaglvlng doings of tho middle of this century and later. In another matter .t resembled tho modern dny It was marked by what must havo been very Hko nthlutlo sports, for tho account of tho day by Mr. Window, one of tlio pilgrim fathers, says: "Among other recreations wo esprcKxl our arms, many of tho Indians coming among mm, and with Uio rest their gnutct king, Maswiholt, with somo 90 men, whom for tlirco days wo entertained nnd feasted." Now for tho other first Thanksgiving- Jt was held in 1708 in Now York city nnd was tho first obcrvnnco of tho holiday by tho nntlntml niithorltlp.q. In tho cour0 of tho day a dinner wns oaten nt Fraunco s tavern, at which a number of tumius k shamefully drunk and had a freo fight, in which an officer's noso was broken. After that they had so dlsgrooefnl a quarrel about nturkoy that Hamilton swore, and when Wwhlugton heard nbout It ho sworn twice If this bo true, and It seems so to be, tlion our forefathers wero qulto as human as tbo rest of tin. - E. C. Walton, Business Manager. RAISING COACHERS. Kind of Animals to A "first Thanksgiving" caino after the flrrt It scctns ed. After AUT to bo genernally hold tbo tho John R. McLean's Great Newspaper. Without a single exception, there boyond doubt no greater or more popular newspaper in the United States than the Cincinnati Enquirer ; or a more successful publisher than its proprietor, Mr. John R. McLean. The pncc3 for the Daily Enquirer have been maintained, and its circulation largely increased each year; hard times and cheaper journals failing to arrest its onward march and high appreciation of the public for its true worth and merit. The Weekly Enquirer at beginning of the campaign year was offered at So cents a year, and its circulation increased by the addition of over 200,000 new subscribers; the most substantial and coveted testimonial a publisher could desire. When asked for the secret of such success, Mr. McLean frankly answers : The Enquirer has no opinions to force upon its patrons, it simply prints the facts and tells the trudi that the reader may form his own opinions. By maintaining the price of the paper, more news and greater variety can be furnished, and every class of business interests catered to, which a cheaper journal cannot afford. The very liberal support given the Enquirer by the public at large, makes it incumbent upon the management to serve it faithfully with zeal and enterprise in minor matters as well as those of greater magnitude. is old-tim- e I BRITISH YEARLING. Ilrtrd o Produce tke FIrat PrUo Younjr Thoroughbred t tho Dublin Horso Show. night Kind. Tho frisky nnd hnudsomo yearling in "How cnu I brood 1,200 pound flno n I IT I Ileal Shoes For n Horse. How is this for a horsoshoo? Tho only Croaabrcd HecTes. Tho cross question of thohealthfulnessof it would is highly valued by Scottish breodors, be that it might soften tho hoof by reand tho largo number of farmers in Eng- taining insensiblo perspiration, though, land and Ireland who of luto yoars havo resorted to this cross proves pretty clearly the genoral appreciation of tho many good qualifications belonging to tho blend. Whero ordinary judgment is exercised in tho selection of sires and & dams tho excellence of tho produce is at onco assured, as tho blondrng of tho nnnmn horseshoes. blood Shorthorn and Aberdeen-Angu- s not only results in a superior butchers' to bo euro, tho amount of that would bo animal, but also in a quick feeding and very small from tbo horn Bubstaucc Tho cut is copied from Tho Horso-piarent paying ono. A ghmco at tho recwhoso editor soys in regard to tho ords of any of tho great English fat stock shows at onco indicates tho im-- , fihoes: Ono of tho season's novolties in tho portant position taken by theso horso goods lino is n horsoshoo mado of crosses iu tho rubber entirely, and, fitting tho foot in prizo award lists. Exchango. & a regular boot, protecting tho foot so ' that tho natural horn may bo preserved Ho Lack of Kuw Material. n eutiro without "Fawthor," said Dickey, seizing tho Tho shoo is tho tho uso of of single nail. Dr. Hirsch, invention guinea hen firmly by tho bill and holdleading veterinarian of tho west, uud tlxi block, a ing her head down on from tho cut which appears hcrowith n "what's tho reason I've ulways got to correct idea of tho shoo may bo had. It do this when you out oft n guinou's 1b mado of puro rubber, is iutouded to head?" ' 'Because u fowl of tills kind always bo mado to order to fit euch foot nil around, laces up tho front liko a humps her neck up so it's hard to get ut for the human foot and, tho ground shoo surit with tho hatchet" face boing checkered, no slipping will "But suppose you mado n rnislicbund follow its use. Tho too is constructed so chopped oft n lot of my fingers?" whero tho heaviest wear comes it Mr. McCorkle, father of 14 children, that can easily bo replaced, uud of courso mostly boys, lookod fixedly at his youngwhen tbo horso is not in uso tho shoes est may bo taken off nnd tho foot allowed "In that case, Dickey," ho said, "I to cool out and keep woll spread. Tho should simply call another boy and try nppoaranco of tho invention on tho foot it again." Chicago Tribune, is not at all clumsy, though, of courso, not quito eo noat as tho foot when shod At a sale o' rare colos in London one with iron. which bad been the property of Charles Shredded corn fodder is better than I, brought $03,850. The coin is said to have been presented by tlia nwn"' tn merely cut corn fodder, if mochiuery Bishop Juzon on the Kciflold on which nnd labor nro cheap enough to pay for the shredding. he, Charles, was executed. Shorthorn-Aberdcen-Ang- carriago horsca?" From faraway Arizona came thia query. My corrofipondeut was nbont to uako a start in tbo breeding of tbis class of horses and vrroto to mo socking mlvico on tho subject. Now, it is woll known that tbo American trotter docs not, except in very few instances, fill tbo bill as a typical curriago horso, but nuiong tlicm can bo found specimens "which if crossed with horses of tho heavy humees order, liko tho hackuoy, French coachcr or Cleveland bay, will produco a class of horses admirably suited for heavy leather. Tbo trotting bred matrons Rbould be of somo size, say not less than 15.2 hands. They should bo well up at the withors. Tho tail should bo fairly well Kit up. A long back should not count against them. They should havo a clean gait Thero is no necessity for them to bo ablo to trot fast A ten mile an hour gait will answer tho purpose if it is dono well without tho uso of boots of any kind. Care should bo taken to avoid those that trot wido behind nud drag tho hnid legs. This is a bad fault and ditSoult to breed out Now, supposing you havo succeeded in getting togethor n few maros of this sort.your next movo will bo to find a stallion built on carriage horso lines and ono with tho power to transmit his individuality. His strong points should bo tho maro'8 weak ones. His back breediug should bo good, although a "dah of blood" in tho third or fourth generation should be appreciated. Tho breed coming noarost to tho ideal carriago horso to my mind is tho hackney. They stand closo to tho ground and havo conformation, stylo and action which como to them by inheritance through long lines of ancestors. This cannot help but bo in their favor when asked to transmit their qualities. Tho best of our hackney stallions nro in tho east, nud besides being out of reach they stand at altogether too high a feo for tho western people to patronize j them. It seems to mo that it would bo to tho mutual advantage of n few breed- - j ra to loa.ee a good stallion for a season or two. If judiciously used, ho would most nssuredly leave somo colts that would bo woll ablo to tnko iiis placo in tho stud. This plan is certainly feasiblo and in every way tho most economical, as it is scarcely likely that the man who contemplates breeding carriago horses for tho profit thcro is in it will begin by payinglO,000 for a stallion not if his head is lovol. To make the breeding of carriage horses a successful nud profitablo business tho western breeder must lay asido tho plan of giving a certain number of mares tho freo use of miles and miles of pasturo, ono bunch here, another bunch 20 miles away, oftentimes tho mares and young foals having to go nine or ten miles to water. How could foals under such circumstances bo expected to maturo into sound, scrviceablo horses? My advico to the prospectivo breeder is to layout the paddocks on tho river bottoms if possible oven if each should not bo hnlf a milo squaro. In this way his horses can bo seen every day and their wants attended to. They will grow to aizo because they nro never worn out by fatigue, and whilo they may not perhaps bo quito eo "waterproof" ns tho redoubtable broncho they will always command a good price when placed on tho market in Halo condition. In tho foro part of this articlo I nion-tiothe typo of trotting bred mares that should bo used to cross with a stallion of carriago build. Now, seeing that so much interest is being taken in tho breeding of carriago horses, why would not county fairs and horso shows bo encouraging tho breeding of such horses by opening classes for mares likoly to produco good carriago horses? Breeder's Gazette. n tho picturo is Porzoua, tho thoroughbred, first prizo winner of his class nt tho Irish horso show in Dublin. Porzona is as hnudsomo n yearling thoroughbred as over stopped, and if t, LiA"mi. lamww tm " 2P if lw LCSv. . " u -- anWsr of-th- o rOBZONA. beauty will win races ho is a doad suro victor in tho timo to como on British tracks. American breeders of thorough breds will sco in this colt tho model of form and symmetry. Feeding Experiment. Tho following is tho result of tho Michigan station's experiment in feeding fattening lambs on difirout kinds of food: Eighty half blood Hampshire lambs in reasonably good condition wero purchased early in October, nnd nf ter pasturing on rapo for about n mouth nud subsequent barn feeding for a fortnight wero divided into eight lots of ten ani mals each, and on Nov. 2G a system of feeding was begun. Cut clover hay was fed to all alike. In addition, lots 1 and 2 received n mixturo of corn nud wheat, lot 1 being kept out of doors in n small yard, whilo lot 2 wero under cover ; lot 3 bad com, lot 4 wheat, lot 5 (shorn) n mixturo of corn and wheat ; lot 0 had sugar beets in placo of grain; lot 7 had tho snmo feed as lot 2, but it was given in a self feeder, tho food being given down as eaten ; lot 8 liko No. 2. Lot 6 wns in an inclosed pen, with n window for light, but kept closed during tho experiment. Tho animals wero fed twico a day. Tho grains wero all fed wholo and tho beets sliced. Tho results ns tabulated nro on tho basis of corn at $10, wheat $17.83, oats $20, bran $14, beets $2.50, clover hay $8 per ton. Tho lambs wero bought for 2.4 cents per pound, except No. 5 (shorn), which brought 4 cents nnd their wool 15 cents. Tho dealer who purchased them pronounced them unusually flno nnd sold them for $0.10 per 100 pounds. Tho uverago results wero: -- Total Unitarian, Boston. All Work I Noble. Tho mechanic's work is ns noblo in it.i way ns tho profession of law, modi-ciuor tho ministry, and tho Brooklyn bridge is as grand nn achievement as tlw works of Virgil. Tho youth should choose that for which ho is intended by nature, but nil should begin their battle with tho world bolioving nnd trusting in God. Rov. E. R. Dillo, Methodist, San Francisco. The l'ower of FatUi. A Christian cannot escnpo temptation, Our but ho can resist and overcome troublo is that wo loso faith. If tho disciples' faith had not failed, ;hty nood not havo awakened tho Mnster. Givo mo faith, nud I will moot tho stormiest sen. Givo mo faith, and I will turn tho prison coll into a palace and tho handcuff of steel to glittering gold. It i not tho dny of miracles, but tho day of faith that has past Rev. J. V. Porter, Baptist, Louisville. God Lote tho Itattutlful. God believes in tho moral influenco of bonuty. Thero is not an ugly thing in nature that is natural. It would havo been suillcient for ngircultural purposes if the sun had set every night in gray. But ho sends his angels to paint tho ky in glory. A raindrop is so simple n thing, and yet it has tho possibility of tho rainbow. No nrti.st has yet been ablo to blend its colors iu such n sweet symphony. Who of us would have thought to havo painted n rugged rock with such marvelous beauty? God did it becauhoho loves beauty. Rov. Smith T. Ford, Bnptist, Now York. God' .SuirriiM Court. God mndo his supremo court nlmighty nnd all knowing. Ho sent Ids apostles into the world to decido disputes nud end controversies. "Go yo, theroforo, unto nil nations," said our Lord. Ho ntithoriml them to hay what was so nud what was not so. And so tho end aud arbiter of all controversies is tho Christ that moveth about us uud abid-etwith us. Ho is tho judge to whom wo can tnko all our differences. Ho is tho magistrate at whoso foot wo can lay all our quarrels, nud from whom wo can expect fa:r treatment, man to man. Rev. Father P. O. Yorke, Catholic, Sau Francisco. A New Hoot of Sal nt. r Tho Old Testament saint" form n that cannot bo duplicated by any single nation, nor yet by a list compoMcd of tho boht examples of all nations up to tho timo of the coming (if Johiisiuto tho world. Tho characteribtics are a clear apprehension of God, a recognition of tho supremacy of righteousness aud an heroic loyalty. Yet thero was need of something liettor, of a now heist of saints who should bo all that tho old were, aud, in addition, should show forth tho new truth Jesus hlmsnlf camo into the world to reveal, and through its workings establish tho kingdom of God. Rov. J. F. Stout, Methodist, St Paul. A l'lea l'or tho Turk. For half a millennium tho Turk has been standing astrido tho Bosporus with uplifted scimotcr. Tonight his unmo 1h on every lip iu every land, with accents of vituperation, denunciation nud calls for judgment against him. Nothing too bad can bo said of him. Ho is called tho iucarnntlon of everything detestnblo nnd unspoaknblo. As n soldier ho is said to bo tho concrete expression of cowardice aiul fiendish brutality. Yet tho Turk never did as tbo soldier of tho Thirty Years' war, when all Europo was filled with nrnikw cutting enoh other's throats in tho name of Jesus Christ. Ho never did what tho English soldiers havo dono blown helpless prisoners from tho mouths of shotted cannon, a punisument invented by tho subjects of her gracious Britannic majesty, ompross of India, Iry tho grace of God. Brutul ns tho Turkish soldier may bo, ho bus never been guilty of tho atrocities tho Spanish nro committing in tho Philippines and right hero ut our very doors iu Cuba. That ho is courageous let tho cold moonlight that looked down in tho trenches of Plevna tell, wheu ho died with his face to tho foo, with no hope of rownrd. To "fight liko a Turk" is proverbial, a synonym for oourago. Tho Armenian is a born conspirator. Ho is oily, obsequious and wily. Ho is plotting night and day against tho Turkish government, ngainst tho Turkish religion. Noarly 200,000 Armenians aro in Constantinople, and u competent authority has declared that ovcry ono is n nihilist and n bomb thrower. They are responsible for tho outrages. Thoy throw bombs into sohoollMuscs nnd from tho roofs; thoy pruvoko conflict with tho police, nnd in tho stolen garments of Turku commit crimes, tho blamo for which thoy seek to throw on innocent Mussulmans. Tho root of tho whole matter is political in trigno. Rev. L M. Haldemau, Baptist,' Now Yofl . o Imb 1 If foro Starting. GENERAL FITZ HUGH LKC ments with tho Indians and wns onco severely wounded. In 1801 ho was nn instructor of cavalry at West Point, but resigned his commission nnd entered tho Confederato service. Ho took n promi-nopart in tho campaign of northern Virginia. In 1874 ho mndo a speech at Dunkor Hill which attracted goncral attention, and in 1881 ho mado a tour through tho southern states in tho interest of the Southern Historical society. In 1885 ho was eleoted governor of nt it Virginia, In April, 1805, ho wns appointed internal rovenuo collector for tho western district of Virgiuia, and n year later was sont to Cuba. I Louise Bonaparte's Enirafforoent. It has boon a long timo since Washington sociotyhns been iu such a flutter as it is over tho approaching rnnrrinpo of Miss Loniso Uounpnrto to Count do .Miss Uonnpnrto, who is tho of Jcromo Mrs. Coonah Wha' fo' yoh tnko dat Bonaparte, tho younger brother of gun, Mr. CoojkiIi? Yoh doan' want no gun I, is a slender, graceful aud strik- to get a Thanksgiving turkey? Moltko-HuitfolNn-polco- If VOU AKtGUINO.. THR... HOHTHoWIST, - u It Jones' house Mr. Coojinh Yes, indeed I doc.o, honoy. doan' look so 6usplshusllko w'en I bring urn homo as I go by Rev. Enos Ono Man' Louisville NAtHVUlI R. R. !i tb hoe for you, ai In t food oaten Grain. Lot 1.. 1,100 Lot2..1,164 Lot 0.. 1,203 Lot 4.. 1,201 Lot5..1,2n0 Lotu..5,GS3 Lb. Hay. Lbs. per lot- - gain of Proflt Water. Lbs. 1.23.U 2.073.5 1.W5.5 2,294.0 1,843.5 844.5 2.W7.5 2,191.0 Total lot. Lbs. 203 pur lot. 118.21 1,067 1,173 1.142 1.1W 1.3G0 2M 210 217 161 110 200 249 19.30 18.07 13.51 Lot 7.. 1,400 Lot 8.. 1.232 1,181 M4 1,200 10.45 10.80 17.01 18.23 (out of doors) consumed slightly moro grain than lot 2, but less hay nnd water, mado less gain and uto moro dry matter per pound of gain. Lots 3 and 4 showed that, whilo tho wheat fed mado somowhat smaller gains nud required moro dry matter to produco a pound of gain, tho increaso in livo weight was nbovo tho average. Lot 5 (shorn lambs) mado smaller gains, ato moro food nnd required moro dry matter to produco a pound than tho unshorn. Lot 0 mado tho smallest gain nud ato the largest amount of dry matter for tho pound of gain. Tho rcujts with self feeders nro ngainst their use Lot 8, previously pastured on second growth grass as ngainst lot 2 on rapo, wns to the advantngo of rapo, tho lot 2 going into the experiment iu hotter condition. Tho experiment lasted 13 weeks, boing concluded Feb. 24. Lot 1 Memorlr. It's nil right to say that tho old timo Thanksgiving dinners wero tho best over caton and that tho features of tho day's celebration when wo wero boys lncoinrnir-ablbetter than tho footlmll and other games that are chief features now. Hut If you wero a country boy 30 or 40 years ago you might tvmumbcr somo pccnllnritles of tho day as tlien observed that might have boon pleaanter. For instance, tho sermons which I used to h'nvo to nttend wero tremendously long drawn out and exceedingly dreary effort?, aud I used to Kit In agony through tho hour and sometimes hour nnd a half consumed In their delivery. Then tho dinner. If was a big ono nt my father's house, nnd It took days nnd days to get ready for It. But during all this tlmoof preiwratlon myllfo wns a burden. All tho women folks woro rushed with work nnd thereforo cross and i "touchy," and when I was not Vcptj busy helping them I was lielng shooed out of the. way, m that I should not Interfere with tho progress of ntTalrs. So many persons wero asked to tho dinner that wo children had to wait Invariably, and there wero always six or soven of us. Now, my father wns tho chief deacon of his church, and tho minister's boy was always ono of tho children who "waited." Ho was such a moan littlo chap that wo never got on well together while our elders ate, and I generally had to lox his oars. Onco I "licked him good," and then my father, tho deacon, licked mo bettor so well that I couldn't sit down to eat tho cold dinner when it camo time. Moreover, I was always so hungry when nt List it camo timo to cat that I gorged myFclf terribly with tho cold food, and my dnwms those nights would lw awful. I remember that ono year, having great faith in tho efllcacy of prayer, I prayed that noxt year everybody might forget all about Thanksgiving. When tho day was remembered nnd observed as usual noxt year, my faith received a great shock, which lasted till I remembered that faith to bo effectual must bo held by tho righteous, and this I know I was not y J Double Dally Trains MiVi;ctoM COntXCtiOBI OUISVILLE And CINCINNATI U For all polnti. ROUGH TICKETS SOLD. I'AOCAGE CHKCKKD 1H1K UC II Tot any loformntico trqulrt of JOES. IlICR.ActBt, Stanford, Ky h "Big Four" Itt(n Nw Lin Cincinnati, Toledo and Detroit. Solid Trains, Kast Time. MiSS LOUISE IlO.VAlWirTE. ingly beautiful young woman of 22, who is u great favorito in tho national capital. Sho has been carefully educated in Paris nnd posfcessos n variety of accomplishments. Count do Moltko is u tall, blond young man of 20 years. Ho is in tho diplomatic Bcrvico nnd at present holds tho ofllco of chargo d'affaires for Denmark at St Petersburg. His father is tho Danish minister nt Puris. Succeeds Sir John Ulllnls. Edward John Poynter, tho now president of tho Hoynl academy, now becomes tlw mast prominent artist in England. Ho wns born in Paris about GO years ago and is tho son of Ambroso Poynter, an architect of somo noto in his day. Ho wns taken to England in his infancy and begun tho study of nrt nt tho ngo of 18. Two years later ho returned to Paris, and there becatno n stn- - Excellent Equipment. Inaugurated May 24. THK SCIIEDUI.K, l.vc Cincinnati Af. Tolrdo. Art. Dclmlt . . res-tc- Through coachit, nati i rolvdfj aud Cincinnati to Detroit on night Thrmijh .No rrhr p n. 1)5 a. til. 4) p m. (15 a. in. ami parlor can on day trtlni. Wajricr tilctplnc Can Cincin- 9 00 j j) 5 r. u,l&g ij p.m. train. Kor lull liifirwitioli call on agciilt tr addtttl 1). II MARTIN.CS K. O MtCOKMACK, I'aai TtattcMcr Gtn Pan. ,V Tkl. Agt, tertlec Iriwrcn Cincinnati. Toledo and UOOIiAiOUIt NIAVYORK LINK, AS ' OODASOUK IMICAGO I.1NF, AS(iOOl) AS OUR ST. LOUIS LINE. Ilu) oor tlclic'i trrourh u "Die four." Ut-tr- olt ia AS Ky. Midland IVy, Cincinnati nnd Frankfort Shorttil and qutckrit bctTrran Only Dncct Lit--e Ilctwecn Frankfort, Qoorffotown and Parle. Atk tor llcVeti la Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard Timo. Tin.e Tabid Nov. 10, 1896. Tralna 1KA1NS EAST. a. ra. No. i. No a S0 mi?2 -- n, Turkey Always In Evidence. Gradually tho observance of tho holiday has spread, until now tho dny is kept from Maino to California. It has not detracted from tho duo keeping of Christmas day in tho south nor lias It Interfered with tho obscrvnnco of Now Year's day in New York. It has bocomo to tho American wliat Christmas dny is to tho Englishman nnd eomethlng mora. Widely scattered members of families endeavor to bo present in order to oat their Thanksgiving dinner under tho old rooftrco. Tho turkey, which 6 35 Cva Kranklort A " Kllihorn 7C8 " Stamping Urouud 7 ay p. m. a 40 3 30 3 34 4 10 3. No. 7. p. m. 1 Arr. C. S. Depot C " Paria " OcorKetown.ll... - .y 31a 00 1 1 to 4! 13 7 45 7 J a 30 '' 4 IJ TRAINS WKST. No. a. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. p. m. a. ra. p. m. a. m. C 5 50 3 00 - 9 00 Lt Parla ' C. Depot .... 93' 30 6 40 " Georgetown B 9 40 3 43 34 6 33 ' Stamp's Gro'd 9 38 7 7 y 11 ., 10 16 Klkhorn 733 7 ij rr KrmVfort A... 1034 813 a au-nu- nl national emblem in placo of tho caglo, is always in evidence on Thnnksglvlng day. J. rOYNTKH. dent under Gleyro in tho Ecolo des Beaux Arts. Among his friends during his urt student days was tho lato Du Mnurior, who iucluded a sketch of Poynter nndcr tho gniso of ono of tho minor characters in "Trilby." Mr. Poynter early won recognition as an artist uud ut tho ngo of 33 was elected nn associate of tho Royal academy. In 1870 ho became n full Hedged academician nnd soon after was mado n momber of tho Belgian Wnter Color society. In 1871 ho was appointed Slndo professor of nrt at University college. In 1804 Mr. Poynter succeeded Sir Frcderio Burton ns director of tho National gullory. Ho was nlso for somo timo principal of tho National Art Training sobool ut South Kensington. Ono of his best known pictures is a porDoctor Thcro, my good man, Is something to glvo you nn nppetlto for your trait of Mrs. Lung try, but his most canvas is probably "Tho Meotin; Thanksgiving dinner. Patient Yos, but doctor, can't you give of King Solomon aud tho Queen o? Shoba" me a dinner to go with tho appetite? EDWARD It,-mo- Franklin wished to mako tho Ab Aching Void. onc-hn- lf All traina dally eacetit Sunday. The Kentucky Midland Railway and conctc Uoni form the ahortrat and cheaptjt rout to all 'ointa touih, Halt, Nortb and West. For (ulthcr information apply to their agenta. C. D. IIMtCAW. Gen. I'tu. Agent.. GKO. II. IIARPKK, Hecr & Gen Supt Frankfort Ky I I fk mK I II 1 i Solentlfio American Aflcnoy fora 1 VM JiaaM iL IAC2B ,U- a 0AVEAT8. TRADE MARKS, DESIQN PATCMT3, -' COPYRIOHT8. etc. For Information an'l freo Handbook nrlto to YOI11C. M .FfAkmaS gtitvMe MU.NN A CO, Ml llllOAIiWAY, hr.W OMeit tm trail for aociirtrvriaU'ntaln America. Ktery rntcnt taknnout by ttU lirouuht U'foro tlit iufllo by a not leu tlvcn frvo of ihaivo lu Uio mnmx Larcest clpralntlnn if any t ctentlfle rpcr In tho vorld. hplenillcltr lllutratcil. j 1, tHlwent mnn ahouM li nltl-iu- t It. lr, CI. (14) a M CJ jeart ttJOalxMnnthi VuiimnEK3, 3G1 Urwulwny, 2,uv York City. ttti Aldr. fVs WANTED-A- N IDEASteSRffiS thinff to patent? Protectyonrlileas; they ma bring you wealth. Wrtto JOHN WEUDEE I1U11N & CO., I 'a tent Attorneys. Wtuhlngtoi U. 0 for tholr J1.8U0 Drizo offer ' Weddiko presents at Danks'. Good, three-fo- ot Clay Clement,, the noted actor, will Stanford, Kw, I - Nov. 26, 1896 Noel A Son. be at the Danvillo Opera House, Dec. 4, Rev. James Miller, pastor of an M oak' boards, for sale. in "The Bells." It will be worth your E. church at Bloomincton. III.. m,,r. tinio and money to go. CllUIWir CHIMES. ' DRY I. am still Sole Dolls and doll beads of all kinds at Craig A Uocker'a. Fo IIrnt. gan Avenue. Two nice cottagea on 8. P. Stagg. Lo- E. C. Walton, Business Manager. lenny Huru' YouehouM take your prescription!! to New stock of popular novels junt Htorti wheru prompt auu ceived; only 1")C Craig A Hocken ta Kuararuuuil. accurate service PKHSOXAls I'OJXTS. .Mn, G. L. 1'ennv typhoid (ever. ia In Stork-iioo- re- for rent after Wo will Jan. adjoining Farmem Bank 1. W. P. Walton. Mne. J. T. Jo.nkb like pneumonia. Givk us a chance at your cash trade. Bavo you money. Craig A ill with eometliinK Hooker. --m. m thrrateneil with MiesBau.il Oh ken Is a, few days at Crab Orchard. Miih. Jok F. Watkuh and children nro Vieltiiiy rulHtiVfa in Itoylo. Miia. Matt WooDsorf and children to Middleahoro vtBtor.lny. ll MiBSKaS-V'siliABLKY and Nellie spent Btivoraldaya in Lonisvlllo. Miib. J. 8. Kits accompanied her a visit to Louisville yesterday. Mibh Annik IVkett, of Finchvllle, Is vlsitlnjjhersiBter, Mrs. Will Severance Mn. 0. K. Tatk went over to Newport yesterday to Hee on ol his sweethearts. Orn-dor- Kiiadt, now Pickles, Apples, Catsup and banccH of all kinda at Warren A Shanks'. Sbk Clay Clement in "The Hells" at the Dinvllh Opera House, next Friday night, ith. m td on Tiik Chriotinn Endeavor Society of Hustonville will give a supper there, this, Thursday night. . . Hkniiy Hbstui had a turkey shooting yesterday, when'lOO or moro went to the best Htiota in this section. Mhb. Annk K. Haily returned TuesTiik post-oilic- e, the banks and the day Irom a protracted vlfit to relatives in stores will be shut up as close aa a clam the West. if the proprietors stick to what Mia A tun Fish, of Grab Orchard, waa thoy say. the jitient o( her sister, Mrs. Dr. J. G. Pkanutb. Prof. E. L. Grubbs treated Carpenter. M, J. W. Cociikan, of Garrard, is each of his 100 pupils to a sack of pea here to be treated at the Joseph Price nuts yesterday afternoon, Warren A to-da- y, Infirmary. bhanks furnished them. dered and robbod. . -- The newly elected officers of You can go to Cincinnati and back totie day on the Q. A 0. for $2 on accoim t of Presbyterian church n be ordained the foot ball game between Centre College and installed next Sunday. Union Thanksgiving services at the and University of Cincinnati Elevens. Presbyterian church at 10 o'clock this J. L. Bruck adm'r. of Dr. J. P. Flan morning. Go and hear Rev. J. T. Shat-rar- d preach a good sermon, join in the nagan, dee'd, will sell at public sale in Stanford, on Ddc. 1 (county court) at 11 thanks and you'll be better prepared to o'clock, 10 shares of stock in Huston- enjoy your turkey -- While Kv. E. 7, Johnson was ville bank. preaching in Lewis county, a rabbit J. H. Andkhbon'b Kentucky Dye broke in at the frontdoor of tho church, Works is a much needed industry re- immediately followed by two bawling cently established here. He can make hounds Grea' confusion reigned for a your old clotliPB look h well as new ei few moments. The rabbit finally cirther by dying or clemilug them. cumvented the dr9, scrambled Binong Tom Howahd, who was shot by Lewie the benches, gained the door ogain and Lynn, isstiii alive, but he has given up made-- safe escape. "Trial's the wiy ea" all hopes pf recovery. He gave his dy. tan is pursuing the sinners," happ iy iling declaration to County Attorney J. B. lustrated the preaclitr, "and it is to be Paxton, who sas it was a very damaging hoped that they will make ns lucky escape as the little rabbit beforo they are one to Lynn. securely caught." Caiiiiaok thieves are abroad in the The cfliciai route to Washington for town. Mr. H. T. Harris lost 57 Monday night and Mr. G. B. Cooper the largest the inauguration will be the Chesapeake part ol his lot. There's going to be trou- A Ohio railroad. This is the only Kenble in the land, if these midnight ma tucky line running to Washington and is much shorter than any other line berauders do not cease from troubling, sides having many advantages possessed Mit. A. G. Hitkman, the new manager by no other. of the Myers House, bought yesterday the handsomest stove ever brought to .VKW AnVKBTIShMKNTS. Stanford. It was an Economist Wrought Steel Range, oak finish and full uickle-platetop. HigginB A McKinney sold it. ,i Agent for the Well-Know- n Wa- terproof -- 1 MOCKER BOOTS. Save yourself of Wet Feet and a cold by using a pair. H. J. McROBBRTS. a ' CLOTHING $ $ 1 A Specialty, And the following prices are made that hewho runs may read: Boys' Trowsers " Suits 25 ' d HhH tj 2 Ul CD r--H r--H " " " " " " " Suits, all wool " seal brown Cheviot " blue gray Perscy " dark gray " " dark green Cheviot " dark brown plaid " black Cheviott 50 75 3 00 225 3 2 75 2 50 Mits. II. W. Gainks left Tuesday morn-Ih- k Tiik entertainment at the college, an I)ih)ck ukii Injuries. Mrs. Frank for Spnucer county to visit her mothnounced for Friday next, has for a German lady, died at her home er, Mrs. Hice. satisfactory renins, been poetoned to neat Highland yesterday morning from Misses Pkbsik Cahhon and Josie StephFriday afternoon, Dec. I. injuries received in a runaway a few ens, of Crab Orchard, are hwsb of Mica " 00 4 00 Err, co CD EL Overcoats from 75 to 10 00 The lining of all these garments is elegant Satteen or Serge and the fit is perfect. "Best aoods for the least price" is the motto at 500 toll-gat- e Hettie Wearon. Mk, T. F. Smith, treasurer of thu Louisville Paper Co., was here yesterday and paid us a cull. A imutty little irl arrived at Mr. and Mrs. (ieortro U. Wearen'a Monday night tofmther blewi their union. Mi's Katiikrinr Waudlb, of Somerset, is thu cuest of Mies Sue Willie Halo. She brought her trained cat with her. N., with Ki I.. Ui'iiDxitAn, of the I. headiiunrtcraat Louisville, came up yesterday to spend a few days with hia parents. Phof. E. L. Giiciiiw has had a tUtter-inoffer for his services from the district rchool in Woodford. Mifs MamirMookk, who his been confined to her room for a week or more with bronchial troubl, is out again. Mn. JakkUoiivunky, who keeps the on the MilledKHville pike, is at point of death with pneumonia. tbo MuIUMfcB M S. Ha 10 man, of this place, and J. K Haughman, of Huston-vllle- , are visiting Mrs. 0. S. Nield in g Mor-tonvll- le 11 Lotilavlllp. Mhb. Tiiomab Baldwin and Mies 0 lie lUldwin, of Madison, came down yester- day alternoon to spend Thankegiving with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Shanks. Mil. JamrsT. Cockr, the Sarhparilla mm, waa hira Tuesday. He says his ad. in this piper ia selling his medicine right along, and once sol lie Iiuh made another friend for lift. Miss IIksik Mknki'Kk, of Chicago, is hero for a month'ri vacation. Shu graduated a few dajs ago with high honoiH from the McCowao Oral School, witb which Institution she wll! be connected in ti e future. jKfSR Ahnulii aaao tilled with anticipations of TJninkegiving yesterday that he forgot to bring the mail sack from Lwicaiter. It waa U'lrgraphed for, however, and arrived in tiiim for ita contenta to be distribute.! before noon. Mn. W. A. Tinman, accompanied by his best man, Hon. Harvey Helm, left Tuesday for Mason county, where to ntght he will be initiated into the no ble and suffering nrmy of Benedicts and may the Lord have mercy on hia soul. Ou'ino to the illntsa of their daughter, Mrs. Nellie Bullou, of Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Gaines and Bonn, Messrs. E. C. and Joseph Gaines, will move to Lancaster Dec. 1, leaving vacant tho property f Miss Mary Varuon on Danville Btreet, opposite thu school house. Miss Ethel Wright and Mr. E. L. Grubbs.who have bean boarding with Mrs. Gaines, will move to Mrs. B K. Wearen. 1 C1TYAXD VICIXITY. Lbt Danka repair that watch, Butchrb Kulvea of all kinds at ren A War- Shanks'. to-da- Have your picturo taken at Earp'a Art Galltry in Elfoant wedding Danks, the Jeweler. . HoL'bk giftB at low prices and lot on Whitley Avenue for IT" i sale. 0. C. Wither. Ilea box bottoms, meat cutterB, lard cana, Ac. Higgins A McKinney. i Nkw hooka. thing to read. Come in and get some " W. B. McRoberts. i Houbk and lot containing live acres for sale. Mrs. A. B. Withers, Stanford, Ky. The oldest inhabitant never Haw a blighter nor a warmer epell than tho present. Read tho advertisement of Jesse D. Wearen and go right to hia place of new suit. Ho can aleo cheaper Rlve you Ore Bnd life Insurance thin anybody. Try him. grown children. Tiik beautiful weather continued Wallack Oaiu'kntkie, who was acquitbut the signal service doesn't offer much consolation for Thanksgiving: ted of the murder of his father, Adam "Threatening with alowers, warmer," is Carpenter, got on n rampage and tried to exterminate the rest of tho family. He was predicted. arrested and lodged in jail here, but no Tiik item published in this paper with one appearing against him, ho was perreference to the numerous coins owned mitted to go. Friends of tho family preby Mr. T. 0. Dotlilti has brought several tended to put him under heavy bond to inquiries from numismatics for his poet leave the State and ho left on the enrlv ofllce addrtfs. train yesterday. His mind is doubtless badly off. Two tramps were arrested and put in . . jail Monday night by Constable BeneCol. J. P. Chandler Bbidhwatkh. dict for stealing rides on tho L. A N., but presented us with a photograph, yesterthey were let off with ono cent and costs day, of Col. Jim Bridg water, which shoB at their trial Tuesday mnrninir. him in his regimentals and gives no sign that tho original wbb the boldest To You. Pay your tax beloro the penthief and meanest man Lincoln county alty is added. I or one of my deputies Bver produced, It will be lemembered will be at Hustonvlllo Friday, Nov. 27, that after terrorizing and robbing the Saturday. 2S, and at Crali Orchard every people of this section ad libitum his caSaturday; Moreland, Monday, Nov. 30. reer was ended as ho sat in the old ComIf your tax is not paid befoio Dec. 1, mercial Hotel by a pistol ahot directed it will be advertised. T. D. Newland, by the late Walter Saunders. sheriff. .. Got the Whono Juo. A few days ago Tiik court of nppoila has affirmed the decision of the lower court in the case of a farmer of the Hubble section, who iB John W, Pace, who was given IT) years pretty fond of bis tea, bought a jug of for being au acceoiorv to the killing of brnndy and taking it home he placed it Allio Lewis, in Leslie county. Pace's under an old table whero he thought his wife would not find t. His good wife won did the killing and got a life ben tence. The elder P.ico baa been in jail happened to keep her coal oil in a jug and Btrange to pay she kipt it undertl ia Until Nome five or hix months. very table. Saturday was lamp cleanTiik ladies' Hid society of tne Presby- ing day with iier and the half drzni or terian church will hold their annual more were filled out of tfce brandy jug Praise at tho church on Satur The los of thu brandy waB bad enough day, ItSth, beginning promptly at '2 but the trouble did not end there. Como'clock. A program lias ben arranged pany came that night end tbelsmpn Inand all the female members of tho chinch stead of s( nding forth light eent an ordor are cordially invited to be present. An of brandy ho thick that y'ou could nlmctt opportunity will be given eacfi one to cut it with a knife to the remote portions make aTiiank oliering to God for all His of the house. A preacher whr among goodneBS diirinc the past year. the guests and ho demanded an explanat tion which may yet cost McKuudrte In Hoc. -- Ctueloi Police H.O. Hughes, church one or moro mombers. of Somerset, writes to Coiistuhle Benedict Unit Silas HendrickH, alias Bill Saundki'.s. Thu sad news of tho death Phelps, is in jail at that place charged of Mrs. Miles Saunders, wife of the noted with grand larceny. He ia the vouth Preabytorian preacher, which occurred wiio in August last stole a pistol, some at 2 a. !., reached herd yesterday. She clothing and a razir from Jeff Belden, of was the mother of Hon. J. N.Saunders, this place, and who Mr, Benedict follow- of this place, and Mrs. Charles 11. Mc ed an far as Somerset where he lost trace Dowell, of Danville, and had been ill of him. If acqiijtted at hia trial Hen since her removal to Louisville, after her dricks will be brought here to Htand homo was burned at Springfield, and Mr. trial. Saundora had gone down with the hope Many interesting atories are told of of bringing her back. Her maid6n name tho late Elder Logan Williams, who waa was Booker and she was the daughter for 45 years paBtor of the Christian of Judge Paul I. Booker, of Springfield. church at HuBtonvlllo. He was always She proved a moat loving and congenial to a noble husband, wbo waa very delicate, and it ia said that he first help-measked in marriage Miss Bailey, who re denied the consolation of being with her fused him on the plea of ill health. at the end, he having been called to When first a widower ho addressed her Iowa. A true woman and a devoted again, and sho again declined for the Christian has gone to her reward, to same reason. The third Hum sho accept- which she pointed the way to her chiled him, as he had survived two wo- dren, who, following her good example, men moro robust than Bhe, there seemed are living so aa to meet her there. no longer any reason for her misgivings. Marriage license were isaued yesterWitbin two or three years Bhe also died, day to Jacob Hafliger and Misa leaving the little daughter, Katherine, Mowrck. Both live near Ottenheim, who is now Mrs. Lee F. Huffman. but the marriage will occur at Danville Bad and Good Luck. Tuesday as Mr. W, J. Sparks, the drummer, was getting Condemned murderers are not made into his buggy at Mt. Salom his horse heroes of in Pennsylvania. Only the jail gave a jerk and he. was thrown to the officials are allowed to see them after ground. He was not much hurt but sontence and they are allowed to write when he got to McKinney he found that but one letter each month from the two Q gold pieces ho had woro conspic- day of his conviction to the day of his uous for their absence. Thinking they execution. had dropped out of his pocket during At McKinney. 0. T., John R. Gro- tussle with hia horse he drovo back gan, a farmer, shot Rev. William Ells the to thosceno and thero to his delight be worth, who was trying to elope, with found them in tho middloof thu road. A Grogan's daughter, Ella. The wounded number of wagons, buggies and pedes- man, however, ilad with the girl, and the trians had passed over them, but luckily couple were married. Walter Leslie, grandson of ex Gov. for Mr. Sparks they wore not expecting to find so Bcarce an article in the road Leslie, killed an unknown man in a and their heads were not turned down- bawdy house at Thompsonville. The ward. man said his name was Oantrill. yes-torda- y, ug m et y to-da- conSho never Lincoln county will have eight vott-sciousness and became totally paralyzed in the next democratic State 03 years old the 1.C28 who didn't turn before her death. She win and left besides her husrand several their backs on the party and its ticket. e convtn-tlon.thankalo days previous. regained kj CFQ W. w ft 0 hi 2 d c 0 0 Ul H. SHANKS. t O O T3 hi O " O THE GOODS I now 2: ct-- O have on hand now can be had B O O 0 OOP ct-- 0 CD 0 3 Ul m cg CALL i j ' 0 O ci" H o . AT YU1 (OWN FBIOJBJo If You Want Bargains H Ul OZCsT TJ--3 SsTOW. Cost Not Considered for a Moment. $ ct- - O Ul 3 3-- O W. P. TATE, S52X3 Bccauso "Wo - - Stanford. ' S0SXi032iSSi D. S. CARPENTER, OF Hl'STONVILLE, Will sell lit coit shell llu'cics. one )xd vety fine Surrey. The I!ugies are t jobs In every respect It you want a bargain call at once und hoc the bill and get you a vehicle that will l'ivp tou tatufactioD sure. House with six rooms to rent at reasonable price, situated on Main street. I) $. CARPENTER, Rtsrectfully, Do Not to cut-und- fint-cln- EXECUTOR'S SKLG OF... 4 select some few articles and tell how low we sell them, don't think th?t our goods are high priced. Our competitors know that, quality considered, we sell goods cheaper than others that's what bothers them; but it's your advantage. Our store was designed and arranged to do business with small expense, yet it is the most commodious and carries Penny's Drug StorIj. largest stock. M Hfllfl w uuusv .OF I a INK I mmmmm&$Gs Blue - Grass Land 24 High-Bre- d Jacks and Jennets, Polled Angus Cattle, 50 Horses, Mules, Sheep, Hogs, Farming Implements, Corn, Oats and Hay. As I xecutor of V. II. Cecil deed,, I will on Thursday and Friday, Rugs, Carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths. Come in and see the beautiful line I show. Every piece of Carpet and Matting will go at remnant prices Come posted and see what a sur- t December 10 and 11 property. On THURSDAY, Dec. 10, nt the home place f mile from ol the lite W. II, Cecil, about the city ol Danville, Doyle County, Ky., the Jacks, lenneis. Horws, Sheep and some rl the Corn will be sold and on Friday Dec. it, the 1. 130 Acres of Land, situated on the Danville and l'er-r- y ville turnpike road, in lloyl county, Ky., about miles west of the city ol Danville, and the re4 mainder of the personal property will be sold The second day's sale will be held on the lands offered for sale. These land are of the best Ulue Grass quality, splendidly watered, in a high state of cultivation , well fenced, with good building and unusually large and barns. The land will be offered In three parcels, and alio as a whole. Ten JacVs will be sold. They are by such tires as Giant, Paragon and N'apoleon. Seven are ready lor service, two yearlings, and one weanling. aged Jennets', all FourternhiEhbredJenncts.il bred, and three yearlings. Fitteen Brood Mares, all bred to approved Jacks. Six head of standard-bremares and fillies. Ten head of geldings and fillies. Seven head of work mules six 3 Tear-ol- d mules, 13 a year-olmules, two yearlings, six weanlings Polled Angus cows Forty head of and heifers, one Polled Angns bull, 16 extra calves, six Jersey cows and hrifets, 300 sheep, too hogs. All kindt of farming Implements binders, mow ers, harrows, Ac, and 1,500 barrels of corn, 3,001 shocks of fodder, ti.ree stacks ot oats, five ricks ol timothy hav TERMS. The lands will be sold for cash, and residue in equal payments-a- t 12 and 2 ninths, with 6 per cent, per annum interett, payable annually on deferred payments, and lien retained. The personal property all sums umlrr $15 cash In han, and J15 and over at 90 daw, with 6 percent Interest and note with good surety negotiable and payable in bank. Sale will commence each day at 10 o'clock. Any person desiring to make tcrther inquiry will write to or call on the undersigned, and pedigrees of jacks and jennets furnished rn applicaS. B CECIL, Executor. tion. cnr-hald d high-gradone-thir- d 1896, male sale of the abovn land and personal prise awaits you. W. W. WITHERS, Undertaker and Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Picture Frames, &c. Stanford, Ky. Baek of . My Promises piece. Is the certainty of fulfillment ol each and every one of them. When you leave your watch with me for repairs it is sufficient guarantee that you will have an accurate and reliable time- 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 best work at reasonable prices. A trial will convince you. THOMAS DALTON. i-- H. G. RUPLEY, T. D ENGLISH, Auct'r. St. Asaph Carriage Co., -Stanford, liar Ky. THE MEREHANT TAILOR Is Receiving his- 1'- - FAIR WARNING,-- ! All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. msn We want to etve those wno owe us fair warning that we shall zive them two weeks more to settle up with us, and if they do not come up in that time, we snail put meir accounts to tnonands or MERSHON & GRKER. an officer. BWWMttwt'jB'mris iff iihwwiw - . uavnMfKSl (o SEMI-WtEKL- Y (NrERIORjOURNS! OUR NEW YORK LETTER. oHs-Hl- g-h RELIGIOUS THOUGHT. A row Fool Election Beta In tho Metro). Priced Football Two pnbllsliocl Bvory Tuesday and Friday 9a J?KR YKABIN AUVANOK W -a- T- BLar Bioyclo Shows. Oems or Truth r.Ieniit'tl Trout tlio Teachings of All lfuiinmliintlotK. Wo may seo every day a life wo tuny touch aud help nurt brighten. Wo may rWhen cot sopaid 32.GO will becharned. K. C. LOCAL TIME.CARD. Special Correspondencu. Tralnt leave Stanford l 7:10. m., and p.m., returning at :to pm., and 9:20 p. m. 4:05 L&N. Nc. Ho. 15, LOCAL TIME CARD. North.., South ft, Train going " No,6. " QUEEN " ... ta ., ,.Mii04 pra .. 1 03 p ui 37P m .. 3 131 m & CRESCENT. Traint past Junction Cur as follows: iioipm No a North ...333 pm No. 1 South m ' 4 " ' ...31S h 3 11.09 a m h "" 11 31 " 835pm ' am 6 10 " " ...600 ...1 49 P n am Not. Not. 9 and 10 run 00 furhir Junction City. All tralnt atop there. than P0YAL POWDERl Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking pow der. Highest of all in leavening strength. LatcstUnited StatesGov- crnment Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDERICO. Nev York. A. S. PRICE, : Surgeon .. Dentist, 3 Stanford, Ky.VO Office over McRoberta' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. s? db, w. b. PEinsnr. Dcuttot, Office on : Stanford, : Sj . Lancaster Street, at Residence--. John B. Cattleman. A. G. I.anham INSURANCE COMPANY OK LIVERPOOL. BKREEES. CKSTLEEffl. MANAGERS, Commerce Bailding,JLouisville. Agentt Throughout the South. W. A. TR,XBBX3, -- local agent, - Stanford, TJirvCO JtliUHiO. - 37tf Kentucky. I will take all the hidet I can get forcaih or In trade tor leather on ourt days at suutord or at my hame in Otten-celChat. Enp.lin, Tanner From ttio ninny unprecedented and pccuHnr conditions surronudinc tho presidential campaign recently closed it wns expected that there would bo very few of tho usual fool, beta made, but it seems that thia was n xnistako. In foot, tiiero lias boon n larger crop than usual, and numbers of men uro now in tho country awaiting tho growing out of tho half of tho mustacho which wns shaved off n?n tribute, to party. Tho idiots who wngered wheolbarrow rides on tho result of tho election nro too numerous to mention, and sovornl of theso journeys occur each day ou Broadway. Then thero is tho doukoy who has been obliged to sacrifice- n cirolo of hair of tho exnot eizo of n silver dollar from tho crown of his head. Naturnlly 110 bald men wero included iu this list. Tho most foolish of all tho bots 60 far roported, howovor, becnuso it was so daugorous, wnB ono in which tho loser agreed to elide, head foremost down a 20 foot ladder to tho ground. Tho uufortunato pluckily attempted to livo up to tbo lottor of his contract, but as ho happened to weigh in tho neighborhood of 200 pounds tho effort was attended with disaster. Ho slid beautifully for about flvo feot, when ho lost his grip. on tho ladder, and tho balauco of tho descent was made in record breaking time. Tho stopping was tho worst phaso of tho wholo affair, though. It was so sudden that tho victim will nurso a badly bruised sknll and shoulder for several weeks to conio. Theso aro but a fow of tho many fool bets. Tho returns aro not nil in yet, and probably will not bo for somo time to coma Meanwhile, tho foolkiller is holding back complooontly in tho happy consciousness that his labors have, for tho time being at least, boon taken off his hands. Football Charges. Thero has boon for several years n good deal of quiet kicking over tho enoro mous ndmissioufees charged by tho football teams at their games iu this city. This is bad enough of itself, but when it is tnkou into consideration that, owing to the petty bickerings and joalousies of tho leading universities, tho team which has proved by its ploy in tho earlier portion of the season to bo tho strongest is dobarred from compet-- j ing, and that, as n result, wo do not get tho best that might bo provided even for tho largo prices wo pay, tho situation is particularly irritating. So long ns tho publio only complained it madovory lit tlo differeuco to tho gay collegians, tho alumni aud tho newspapers were either on their sido or maintained a discreet si euco. But now that theso two elements aro arrayed against them, tho nbuso bids fair to bo corrected by next heason, if not even boforo then. Exorbitant prices of admission to performances of grand opera, whero tho artists receive princely salaries for their services, may bo all right, but for. a gamoof football betweou supposed amateurs it is rather rubbing it in a triflo too hard. Tho Luckless Elevator Boy. Ho was n boy who worked in n prominent hotel when he wasn't reading "Tho Boy Train Wrecker; or, Oak Ties Tumbled," on tho bench in front of tho clerk. Somebody told him that Saturday was a legal holiday, aud that toil was not a part of it "The boss can't mako you work," said tho sneaky other boy, who wanted this boy's job; so tho latter approached tho proprietor. "You can't mako mo work Saturday, " ho said. "It's a holiday. " "I can't make you work any time," responded tho bonifaco; "so you can havo n holiday from now until you get col-legso 1 ! givo tho iutlucnco of our personality. J. S. Lindsay, Episcopal, Boston. A Universal Church. Thero is a honiolorw. churchless mul titude waiting, thirsting for a religion disrobed from dogmas or creeds, panting for fiomo assurance that thero is n church possiblo that is big enough to hold Catholic and Protestant, Chrittian and Jow and pagan Uev. Joukin Lloyd Jones, Chicago. A I.I vine I.le. I may repeat n creed until I am dumb and you aro deaf, ond if I do 0110 thing and say another you will say your profession and your lifo nro both a lie. Wo do not deccivo God. "Wo do not deceivo our follows. Wo do not deceive ourselves. Row Dr. B. L. Whitman, President Columbian University, Washington. A Clearer Vision NetHlotl. Wo need a clearer vision concerning our duty to tho old and theyoung. Christ was a redeemer aud a teacher, but ho was also o philosopher. In tho picture of Christ clasping tho littlo child to his broast wo have nn example of that. Ho wanted to hold tho world. And ho knew that if ho got hold of tho world it would bo by holding tho children. Ho got tho world through tho child held in his arms. Rov. Sherman W. AlcCorkle, Methodist, Pittsburg. Tho miipit. Tho pulpit is not a throne of power whero tho minister is to lord it over God's heritage. Vet it is a throno of power, nbovo tho thrones of princes, from which heaveu's mandates aro to be scut forth. Tho pulpit is the palla dium of tho church, tho tower of tho flock. That tho power which tho pulpit oncowicJdod has iuauuvasuro fallen into other hands wo must admit, but that tho power is lost wo just as stoutly deny. Rov. Dr. Harcourt, Mothodist, Kov. not hnvo tint money to givo to estnblish n great institution, but we can at least Malting a Payment. It Ponuitnau Do I owo you anything, or n candidate for Superintendent Public Schoolt Lincoln Couoty, subject to the action 01 the Deiirable Suburban Home, Containing-cre- Ten Bir? democratic party. of Land. For cale. list on it a good, com- Stocks Yes, sir. Von owo mo f 10 lortable Dwelling of bix Rooms, Mid all necessary outbuildings. One yard hydrant and one for wa and an apology for not having paid it terlng stock, also a splendid, never falling well. boforc, For lutther particulars apply to of Lincoln It a candidate for J AS. I' IIAII.E.Y, Penniman Ah, well, iu theso times subject to me actionAttestorucmutuui ! county ...4 01 inc btanfoid, Ky. a man has to bo cautious in making GARLAND SINGLETON JOB BALI. J. F. HOLDA3I payments, so I'll just pay you tho apology and lot tho rest stand. Boston Courier. SAMUEL M. OWENS Is candidate fcr Sheriff of Lincoln County, ject to the action of the dcmocraUc putty. sub- TREES I TJEISES FALL, 1 1 t 1896. Current Affair. "Docs your wlfo tako any interest in McCOKMACK Full stock of Krult and Ornamental Treet, current politics?" asked tho earnest rl.n.. V.n.. CM.II I...Ii. Aanr.i. ..! n..iv womau. It a canJIdate for Ancnor of Lincoln County, Itilmr frtr Mm llKr.l I ntwtt atwt lla..(tt W party employ no Agents. Try ut on prices to ire the to the "Naw," replied Mr. Sodfarm, "sho subjectaupport itaction of the democratic earnestly solicited. ur (inference between thote of a Krowtr nd dealer. dun't. But if it's currant joll or curlaiaioguoun application 10 pie, why, I allow sho could toll rant II. F. HILLENMKYEIl, 91. you more- things about 'cm n over you Lexington, Ky. dremp of." Cincinnati Kuquiror. Is a candidate for Alienor of Lincoln County, EMMETT - ; F. ELKIN ,,. t;-i- me," "Oh, all young men say that." "But they don't say it to inc." Truth. A Her. ' 'Ho says that ho loves 1110 moro than his lifo and thut ho can't livo without Wlutt IiiiproitM-d- . tubject to the action ol tne ucinocratic party. JOE T. EItIIJRY mum vuuuijr. IS a canuiuaio lor vit subject to the actlou cl the dcmocraUc party, and earutatly aim your iuppuiw MpNEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS C. G. BAKER In Lincoln county, Ky.,at6 per cent., temlan nual intereti: no comminlon charged. Addrett OKO. W. DAW, Room 17, Keuyon Hulldlng, Louitville, Ky. For blank applications and further Information, Inquire ol J. N. Saunders, At1 torney, Slautord, Ky. riiraae Pictorial ly Presented, It a candidate tor Alienor of Lincoln, subject to action of the democratic party. 1 blnklng the Southern end of tho county is entitled to a slice ol the pie he aks your support. Two Farms For Sale. Farm No. 1 contains sal acrea In Washington county, Ky , the greater part of which It in gran, well watered; with good impiovem.ntt, Includacre crop. Is a candidate for Alienor of Lincoln, subject to ing new metal roof tobacco baru far 10 Tins farm it iltuaied 111 what it pronounced the the action of tho democratic party. lie kiuu.y belt district In Kentucky for White Hurley atks your support Comfortable residence boute. Farm No. t contains 100 acres In same locality, with brick dwelling. Large slock aud tobacco barns. One of the best Improved farms in the County, sub' county, Is a Candidate foi Sheriff of Lincoln ject to the action of the democratic pady. Iloth farms are In fine state of prc.eivatlon, well watered ond fence!. Clnieto R. It. depot, schools, market and on a fine turnpike. IT3E. r or information apply to 1 J. N. SAUNDKKS. Stanfoid, Ky. 10 .WILLIAIH.MORELAND SAM W. MENEFEE To-tac- J. K. VanArsdalo, DEALER IN HIGH AND DRY. NEW MILLINERY. The latest things In FatI and Winter Millineiy now In siock and the ladies of Manford and vicltii-t- y aic Invited local! in and tee the latest stylet Miit laiboo hat arrived and It ready to wait on her old cuilumtri and at mauy new nuet at will come. MIaS LICCIK IIEALKY. Manlord, Ky. Now York Sunday Journal. GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, &c. Good Goods'at tho Lowest Prices. Bo Sure to Givo Him a Call. Philadelphia. Chrlut I IClnc Singer Sewing Machine Jrhe..oId 1U1 Needlei o! all Linda, Oilt and Repairs call at the Singer Sewing Machine Co.'s Oihee Opposite Postomce, Stanford, Ky. J. W. 1'errln. Agent. FOP "ble nsroTzco-E- . i J Does Christ call yon to test your Christian sincerity by giving up your own easo and comfort to do his will whon you would prefer your own? Yes, But ho is your King. Does ho nsk for your toil, your monoy, your time? Yes. But ho is your King. Does ho Bonietimes lead you forth by bitter waters, or bow your head with sorrows, or darken your homo with mourning? Yos. But ho is your Kiug. Then, at tho cross whoro ho redeemed you, crown him Lord of all. At tho Gilgal, whero ho rolled off from us tho burden of our sins, let us rouow tho kingdom. Bishop Charles E. Cheney, Episcopal,. Chicago. lTotioQ--FarmQr- s. Price in Exchange for Coal. Cituvniot Stanford we will tell you Corn and Hay at Cost If you are our C0.1l Customers, llook ) our orders for Coal. NOEL A-- We will take your Corn and Hay at Highest RESIDENCE FOR SALE. A goed Residence Haute In Stanford, wilh store houic on tarn lot. ler tile. 'IheUUontaim e 4jj acie, aud can be easily Ultided, putting and residence on separate Ion. At price and c eatr termt. Apply ta I. N. SAUNDKRS.btantord, Ky. jtf iteic-hjuui11 SON, Stanford, Ky. ! All periom desiring Locutt Petti for plank fence pent and railing or wue fence, can find what trior want at my ttmo near Cedar Creek, en the plkv leading from Crab Uicharil to Manford I alto keep alwa,t on hand a good aupplv of plank lor leucine. All kindt ot lumber lor building txurdt and thlnglet All pertont any article of this kind can call on me at my store near Cedar Ctrek O W MNOLKTOW jitf June i6, alj put-(nji- M. S. IlAfullMAN. J W. HaW.MMA. NOTICE H.S.&J.W.Baughman, raoraiKTORt Having bought of J. W Adams his Coal Plant and cood wilt at Rowland, Ky..t will continue the W. T. SAUNDERS Coal Iluuncts at said place will have charge of it at he is well known In that i ol the counir. J. II. IUGGINS. 41 J. : T. STJTTOXT. UNDERTAKER, : LIVERY, FEED & SALE STAIJLE, Kentucky. Stanford, II you Crit-cia- ts HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. "OUers his services o the necple ol West Linlull slock of Cofins coln and Catey Countlet. tod Caikti alwayt on hand. D. B. Carpenter, Mant.er. 05 ned lot rate.. tutoouti In our livery will leave our gte ut a call. stable. Nothing itt out ut 'SHELBY & SHELBY,- - BLACKSMITH SHOP. Wilt guarantee fust-da- n Props. Livery, Fcctl.niul Sale Stable, Junction City, - prires, liy our work and satisfactory horse shoer Kontuckv. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. ! rirtl-Clat- a Turnout!. Piompt AtteotUn, Very Reasonable Kates. A portion of your patronage It ' 6m' respectfully solicited. I am Hill agent for Kails Rranch Coal and will keep a tupply of all klndt of Coal, 10 you gel such at vnu want at the lowtit poisible r'tcee for Cath. Office. Mill Ut. and kailra-- d Crotsirir. PP, J " ",VJ.V":,V Roller Mills. Sianlcrd, Ky. 37 COAL I II r a Capital Stock Surplus SIOO.OOO - 23,700 ni . strong." BARKER'HOUSE, J F. BARKER, Proprietor, Somerset, t?.h.i. - - Kentucky. Pr Dav. I Ratct TWO DOLLARS n.l rrurnUhnd throuctnut. Lareo nd Commodiout Sample Rooms. Electric Delia Hnllaand otSce connected by Prompt and polite mrvice to gueU. 4- j NOEL DEALERS Good. Clean, Cheap In exchange. Sf &OIT, IN COAL, Eaitof Depot, Near Railroad Crossing, STANFORD, KY. Corn and Hay tal.cn Come and tee ut. J. T. JOJDTJES, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky Paint. Ettimatet furnished for painting Wood, MeUl and Iron KOOii. aausiaciion uurantcea, AU roots painted with Dean's (Hack Diamond Paint guaranteed fur yeart. Dealrrt in best Cit- d tern Pumpt and Galvanized Iron Kiltirs, ai tt Mack Itou Roofing ufall kinds, lialvan-izedan- Sole proprietor Dean's Black Diamond Rool ' A Bicycle Show War. Bicyclo circles in this city aro much agitated over tho certain clash which is approaching with reference to tho national annual show. It will bo remembered that this has hitherto been held in tho Afadisou Squaro Garden, and as it has usually proved a source of revenue for that not overremunerativo structure it was but natural that Manager Sanger should havo wanted it again. Somo trouble nroe, however, and tho powers that bo decided that tho show should be hold at tho Grand Central palace, a largo building which has so far never justified tho hopes of its projectors in a pecuniary way if their hopes wero of anything but tho most modest character. Sanger cannot bo blamed for not becoming this determination was announced to him, for it deprived him not only of thorovenuo, but also of thopres-tig- o nttendent upon tho national cyclo exhibition. Ho didn't oven smile. Ho becamo very, very angry and promptly docided to hold a show all by himself in tho big Garden. As thero is ono of tho largest manufacturers who never exhi bits at tho other, ho had at least a start, and thero were many accessions from makers who wero dissatisfied with tho management of tho previous "aunuals. " Jttmr What A Superior Fhimbing workman of ! Simple Thing .It is for ! 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE you to. Odorlcs3 Water Closets, Frostproof Water Pipes, Porcelain Bath Tubs Aireclalty. WORKMANSHIP SECOND TO NONE. Gilt edtfe reference In and out Atk your Danville of the State friendt about iny work. Come In And Look Cooke's At our Line of Goods. We can T. F. CLARKE. Attention of the public it invited to the far lhat ihitlt the only National Hank in SlantorJ Under the provision! of the National Hank tot 1 are secured not only by the capital nock, but by the ttockholdcrt liability lor aa amount equal ta the slock, so that depositor! ol ihit Institution ait secured by a fund of 400,000. rive sworn statements of thocondilion of the bank d are tnadt each yearto the United States its astctt are eiamined at tuted timet by government agentt, thut securing additltoaa tncf perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as tb Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1I3S, then ltd as tbe National Hank ol Stanford in iSoj and gam iforganlrvdat the Hirst National Hank ol Stanford iu i&tt, has had practically an uninterrupted eiistenceof 11 yeart It It better tuppued now with lacllitict for transacting; businest prompt ly and liberally than ever befotcin in long and nonprablc career. Accounti of corporations, firms and Individuals ictpcctfully toileted. Tbt Directory ol thit Hank it composed ol Forettua Rend, Lincoln county; S.T. Harris, Lincoln; J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; J, W. Haydcn, Stanford; S. H. Haughiuan,! Lincoln; J.S. llocktr, Stanford; W. A.TrlbbU.Stauford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford, K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon, Ky J. H. Hockex, Pretldent; J no. J. McRobertt, Cithler;, govtra-mentanfldu-rian- A A McKmner, Atst.Cathitr Sarsaparilla WILL CURE Fanners Bank&Tnist Paid up Capital of Surplus, . Co Save You Money And Give Good Value. OF STANFORD, KY., Itnowfully'orgaolicd and ictdy for buaincit wlta Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, $200,000. 20,000. itor. Wo nro thoroforo likely to havo two first class shows instead of one, us heretofore. And as thero is no longer a F. B. RILEY. Proprietor, monopoly in this particular line, thero is London. - - - Kentucky. u probability that the spirit of liberality which has up to tho present timo been bettai bare tarved to my ne Hojtl and an public conspicuously nbseut will onco moro priuored than ever to accommodate the comn to tho front In any .event, tho Good Livery attached and every convenience d dear public, about tho welfaro of which .iMd. Give m. call. oil bicyclo manufacturers aro so solicitous, will bo likely to bo benefited. Joseph Russell. THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, Now York. Thus it soon becamo apparent that Sanger had not been making an idle threat, and that he was really a serious compet- THE RILEY HOUSE Mens', Boys' & Children's a Suits and Overcoats Cheaper now than ever before. Sio will buy more of us than $20 cySatisfaction Guaranteed. elsewhere. Look before you leap. Eczema, Tetter, diseases of the blood and and all tar Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it t&" Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by W. B. McRobcrts, Stanford. tUCCKSSOU 10THK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, 1 up) with the sunt aueu and under tne same management. l!y provisions of lit chatter, depontora are at fully protected at aie dcpotltora in National Uankt, ita shareholders being held Individually Itaole to the eitcnt ol the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to tbe tmount invested In such shares. It may act as catcutor, administrator, truttec, Ac, at fully ai in individual. To thote who entrusted their buitinett to ut while mnaglng the Lincoln National Hank ol jtanlord, we we here tendcrour many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their buttnesc Now closing with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attea-tio- n ta samo, our twenty yean' experience it banking and as liberalaccouimodations as are with sound banking. J coa-liste- nt M. W. JOHNSON, Is Agent for The j To Kick the Bucket. "To kick tho bucket" is said to have originated in tho timo of (ueen Eliza- Mutual Laie'Insurance Co And The Aetna Accident Insurance Company. Beat and Moit Favorable Term ci Intjra-ce- beth, when a shoemaker named Hawkins committed suioido under pccul'ar circumstances, plaoiug n bucket ou a tablo in order to raiso himself h.uh enough to reach n rafter abovo, then kicking away tbo bucket on which he stood. THE GLOBE, J. L. FROHMAN& CO., ; F. B. Twidwell, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. " Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & I locker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonvillc. J. Wllllamt, Ml. Veruon; S. H. Sbanks,ab'tacford; dirictohi: , J Danville, - - - - Kentucky. Tanner Bros., McKinncy. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazlcy & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland. Yours forJHealtli, James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. J, S.lOwsley, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford; J, H. Owsley, Sunforl; J. V Cash, Stanford; William OcochSlanlord; A. W. Csrpenter.JMllledjfeville, W. H. Cummini, Preichorivllls S, H. Shanks, Dr. Frjtldeit, J.B. Owsley, Cnhier, W. M. Hrlght'T.lie,, tw,jM" m r - -- - - -- ' ' '"' 1"1 '"'"MtgaritjijBinflrft'-- I IJIfclTtlisajWi.BI CiIm;.i