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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896120401 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. iO! EM W!2ekly MJCMORIAM Interior Jou NO. 79 Z2 er VOL. XXV. IN HUSTONVILLE. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 4.1896 SOMEWHAT LOCAL. hat! h wall-pap- George M. Willguig, the At the rwiltr morning nervlce nf tbo Christian church, Hiintonvllle, Kuinliy, very Di'ntiiiiiipr last wuak and clear-- ' man of Rtchmoud, Inn assigned. Ttiere are a half dz m applicants for Nov. 1M, 1800, tho ttllowinK riMohitiotiri el Jrt for th Kool uausn. Tim tlm of Him meeting of the the Whco d iu Madison which adopted by a unanimous vote, tho wore 'Junior and Senior Christian Kndtinvor pays only i3J0. CJiiRrenHtlon HtandinR: Centre College dofeated the West Whkhkah, It hath plonHfil Almighty SocIt!et Ima lino i clianiiml to 'I and 3 Virginia Univeriiiy eleven 0 to 0 at God.ourllHavetily Father, In llm wis" o'clock Sunday afternoon, It U that there will ho aavoral Charleston, W. Va. provldenco, totraimliUo from Iih Mrihlvi Tiie circuit judge had granted an in''hounH not inailo HtpMc.tiojB fir tho iioatolll;n here, 'tahernnclo" to tho It with hands, etornul In the liFiivana," tho When couire to mii opportunity to junction Hgainsi tho fijcil court of serve ILirle Sun trn are u it liatiln I the bouI oi tho venerable, and taking steps to acquire the turnlov- - rent of the country in rMirmtimn W. Lojian Williams, ami wh how In pikes. 1 Thecild nnitp Han put an end to the William Payne, a former drummer Inland huinhlH HubmiBaion to the m.rtlily HxmUuiCMif iruny fat h'ualn for W. E. Grinetead & Co., tf Louisvil.e, he it viuo will, therefore Kesolvml, That in hia death (IhriatU thic i" nmualtv, as very many of our euded his life via the morphine route at anlty has lost ono of Ha ablest and moet peopls took advantage, nf t'i chilly Jamestown. ly In a eupply of fresh zealoiiH advocates, who. throughout a weather to Olhe Green, foreman of the L. &N. nilnmtry, not on'y meat. bridge crew, was knocked from a freight lonKnnd laborious Throuch the lr.ll lena of Dr. f train noir Shearer Station, and severely proclaimed, with fidelity and "aoundneM Bpeech that could not be condemned," ward Alcorn, wo are w have a night cut about the head. "theRlorlob uonnl of tho Son of nod,1' fluent at Moreland, if the ctit mi o( our A number of Danville ladles, inclu but "adorned the doctrines," he ureach-- . people Is sufficient. to j istify tho super- - ding Mre. Jerry Caldwell and Mrs. Geo. ed, "In all things, bIiowIiik hliiiB-- ll a pat intendunl in Looping a man there. This 1. Bruce, went to Libinon Wednesday tern of good work, in all gravity and ia certainty a great accommodation to the to attend the reception of Mrs. A. J. community and will be greatly apprecia- Grundy nnd Miss CeH M Klrny. sincerity." 2. That tho Christian churches of Ken- ted by thoe who travel much. A dispatch from Knoxville says that Union aorvia a at the Uaptiat church tho Central University fjot ball team attucky havo lost ono of their inoet intelligent and illlclent princhera, who from Thanksitivini; day Mora attended by a tempted to appropriate a lot of towels, s early manhood to tlm very close of his good crowd. Rhv. Tom Oolrnn preach- sheets and while ut a hotel long and usttful life at tho advance ago of ed a splendid Harmon and a collection iu that city, but the proprietor caught up 71 years, ceased not to advocate, with wpr taken amounting to $12 for the benwith them. tongue and pen, the illstinctivo plea of efit of any needing assistance in tho Garfield Webb shot at a preacher theenrrent reformation, inaugurated by membership of any of the churches rep- who reprimanded him for bad behavior Barton W. Stone and Alexander Camp- resented. in n church in Whltloy cjunty. At hm Thorn ia on exhibition at Charlea examining trial he was held in J 1.000 bell, viz, the abandonment of nil denominational divisions In tho church of God Whee'er's atoro apiece of drawn work bail, which ho couldn't give. will delight the eyeH of the ladles and tho union of nil Chriatlaua on the Gilep, Shine, who married Ltvin and ia pretty enough to draw an excla Shannon, is a member of Ohns. New Testament alon h inatlou of praise from even a man. It is rule of faith and practice. company which has just made a 3. That we, the Christian church at n handkerchief and must he neon to be hit in N'w York in the "Two Little Vn Hnstonvllltf, luvulostn godly and con- - appreciated. It ia tho work of MIbh grants." -- Par 8 Keiituckian. Shine was Brcrated elder and a most faithful and de Spears, of Moroian I, an I is priced nt leading man for Julia Hunt when she opvoted miuhtter of the word, who went In ened the opera houee here in 1S.SJ Arch Frye is rqml toa whole donaand out among us for mora than 10 year; In the case of Bow, convicted at that we tills day esteem it a blessed priv tion pirty himinlf. He provided th London of gaming, the court of sppeas I eg. and honor to "bear hhn reonrd." Presbyterian piirtonpe with :n old ham holds that aa each persou engaged in a that, ' serving the lord with a'l humility and a nice turkey for Thanksgiving and game of chance is guilty of an Individual of intiid,'' he "kep back nothing that tills week nppyared at the aame place otlenso under the frtatue, the ono is not was profi'ahlrt unto u. hut allowed na with a whole hog nicely drrs.sed arid the accomplice of the other within tl o and taught us publicly and from limine ready to lie turned into juicy spare ride legal moaning of the term, and thereloie, to house, declarirg unto ui all the conn and appetizing mileage. All of which on- - may he convicted on the testimony uore to aho' Unit the generosity of eo.ne of tho other alone bbI of GoJ, and trhuu- us that, denying nngndlinesa ami worldly luats, wh giod ptKJple ia ns great as a preacher' ROLL OF JIOXOll STAFFORD PUBahem d live soberly, rlg'ittonidr nnd need. supDr. Tom Bohon, whose LIC SCHOOL. world, locking for godiy in this proaetit blessed hope and the glorious ap- port of a young man by the name ol Salt, that The following ia ice roll of honrr of pearing oi the great Had and our Savior or Urine, or some other such name, for the Stanford Public School for tbo 3rd e tiie presidency, ciused him to withdraw Jeans Christ;" and that nqw, the ugh month, ending Nov. 20:h, 1S90 shall Bee his face anil hear his voice no from public sight into the primavai solGrade VI. Caawell Sauflav, lender, 90; more In this house, id whooa erection he itudes surrounding Kldd'ri Store, came Susie and James Hatcher 03; Alfred took the moat prominent part, which he out long enough a few days since to pro- Pence and Susie Saunders 91; Wearen dedicated, and which ho loved so long nounce an eloquent address to the visit Hughes, James Carpenter and Jas. Philand so well, an his spiritual lioui", we ing teachers of this county when they as- lips 03; Mry VauArsdale and Mack rejoice that he "lias finished his courae sembled here, and never again will we Wallace 1)2; Grimes Beazlev and Ellie with joy. and the ministry which ho re- allow the genial doctor to plead Moses' Detlman 01; Chf.rles Wright Hnd Susau ceived of tho Lord Jeans, to testify the excuse when he is needed on similar ' ... ,u,l..l. Oil- A tini.i MunuMV Sfl! Kll. goitpel of the Grscs of God," and, hav geneOrndortTana Lawronce VanAradale The meeting at tho Baptist church 83. ing laid aside every burden, hns entered which hud been in progress for tho last into tho everlasting rest. Grade V, Addie McOlary, leader, 91; two weeks, cbsed Sunday nittht. Rev. Annie Miller Peyton SO; Robert Woods "Life's race well run, Life's work well done, Mr. Milliken, of Somerset, and Rev. Tom SS; Cny Rupley S7; Anna Frederick 80. Life's victory well won." Coleman conducted the services. Urn. Grade IV, Frank Barnett, leader, 97; J. That Central Christian College, in Coleman's old friends here wee glad of Emmett Uabbell 93; Katherine Miller whose orgauixition nnd establishment he the privilege of hearing him ngain after Morshon 91; Lou Belden and Myrtle waH the prime mover, hns lost a many years. There Bre law, if any, bet- O'Bannon !0; John Menefeo S7. friend and a moat highly esteemed nnd ter preachers of tho Word thanMie, Grade III, France Cooper, Roecoe trusted advisor, nnd our CJtnmunity its to tho Gospel idea of a preacher, Spidoll and Mattte McOlary, leaders, 90; most distinguished citizen, who lifts lll nnd Ml sermons were greatly enjoyed Marv Burch 9"; Rosa Jones, Gertie Cab a record, above reproach, of, virtue, prob- by thoae fortunate enough to hoar him. bell and Jeeso Perriu 90; Jennie Wren ity and benevolence. The people were sorry that he could not 89. bi That wo extend to his bereaved continue another week. Tho church Grade II, Clara Cooper, leader, 91; Jae. family our s ncwrest sympathy in their waa greatly revived and will make au Bob Newland 85. irreparablo loss, and commend them to efibrt to eecuro a pastor. There were Grade I, Roberta O'Bannon, leader, 93; the tender lovo and caro of God, our Sa- three adJitions to the church by letter. Albert Wallaro 90; Carrie Hatcher and vior, and to "tho word of his grrce, Mr. diaries Wheeler lift Monday Welch Rochester 89: George Menefee S7; which is able to comfort and Mietain for Cincinnati to cmsult with Santa Leo Haydeti SO them, and to give them an inheritance Clans at his headquarters, and wants the Grade P, Josephine Brady, Katie nmong tho sanctified." children, young and old, to look for his Pence, Maud Perrin, George L. and Jas. 0 That these resolutions be ppread display at the Emporium shortly. His K. VanArsdale So. Miss Kill Dednian upon tho rtcjrds of the church, n copy brother-in-law- , Mr. MoCarty, of Mt. Sawas elected librarian for December. delivered to the family of the deceased, lem, accompanied him. Prof. Hlake-maThe reason the averages of eomo are and n copy forwarded to the Intkiuoii of DMivllle, paid one of his p'eas-alower than usual is that they were abJoi'iiSAiifor publication. periodical v s'ts to our town Sunday. sent ou account ot sickness. The aver II. Hrown, T.J. Robinson, H. J. Judge Henry Camnilz Is hack from Cin- age attendance for the mouth of Novemcommittee on resolutions. cinnati nnd finds U ditllcuit to settle ber was 92.31 out of an .enrollment of down ng.iln to our humdrum ways after 112. The general average mark of the being in tho rush and turmoil of n big whole school was 91.13. Total enrollMrs. Sarah P. Chennult, citv. Mrs. Susan Wright and MigB Ora ment to date 129. E. L. Grubbs, princiof Judge John 0. Chenault, of tho Richwere visiting at Junction City last week. pal; Miss Ethyl Wright, assistant, MUs mond Climax, is dead. Mrs Keturah Harbison, of Washington Annie N. Massev, pupil assistant. John B. Ohrlfltnaudiedof appendici- City, was the guest of Mrs Mary Logan. Diiven to desperation Dy Her shame, tis, at his late home near Wilmore, J. G Wentherford and family, of Katie Klindinst, aged 19, at Stoveretown, county, Saturday, nged 42 years. are the gucs's of relatives bore. Mrs. A. P. JohiiBtono, mother of Dr. Mrs. fieecher Adams and children, of Pa., who whs about to become a mother, n surA. W. JohnBtone, tho Longview, Ala., are at her mother's, went into a corn fiold on her father's Danville the Mrs. Mary geon of Cincinnati, died nt Loan George Rue, of Per- farm, set fire to a shock of fodder and week of Bright'a disease, ry ville, spent several days in our town, threw herself in tho ilames. She was first of the burned aged Si. the guest of relatives and friends. Mrs, discovered and carried home, but Little Mary Cslie Murphy, daugh- Lizzie Fryo has returned from a visit to beyond all help, and in a few hours d e.l. ter of Mr. nnd Mrs. William L. Murphy friends at Bttuna Vista, Garrard county. Shortly before her death she gave birth of Rowland, mod Tuesday night of pneu Casey Allen, of HarroJubuig, was here a to a living child. Ephralm D. Sayru, of Lexington, monta and was buried in tho Goshen few days since. Mrs. Margaret McCor-mac- k holding three pieces of tlie McKee laud 3 o'clock Wednesday after t'omotery at is lying ill at her home near this 10 acres each, has laid claim to noon. place with litnrt trouble. This will be script for 120acr(B of land along the Chicago lake commlBfaion-er- s std news to her manv friends throughThe Kentucky railroad valued tit 12,000,000 to $15,000,000. report a total assessment of railroads out tnin section. Her family have tho front, territory includes the homos of Tho and railroad property for tho year sympathy of tho entire community. Farwcll, Potter Palmer and oth?ol.U7:?,G16. This is a decrease amounts to Tho foot ball season of 180(1 hns clos- er millionaires, besides the properly of from last year'n assessment oi ed with throe deaths and 122 accidents more than 250 other families (with simiTho total mlleago in the State is 3,010.-1of a eorious nature, iuc udiog broken U lar holdings. an Increase of but three miles. A week ago Fred Bunton, a youth region traversed and arms. Fugitives from the Queen Victoria now rules 307,000,-00- 0 of Moscow, Mo., went to bed and slnco by Weyler's army in Cuba, report that people, a greater number than has it has been impossible to make him get ho is destroying everything in attemptup. Doctors havo examined him and ho ever before acknowledged the sovereigning to make good hia threBt that say there's nothing the matter, but bin fields are ty of either a king, queen or emperor, would staryo Macoo out. Cane AtSpringville, Greenup couuty, tho parent have been so worried about him burned, cattla killed or driven oil nnd daughter of A. W. they have nearly Inst their minds. small atorea destroyed. -- For the first time in 15 years there was strangled to death by Bervlce Thompson The report of tho slipping from a high chair and catching waa not hii indictment found for selling shows tho rescue of f),lS2 persons and onits chin on the strap ustd to hold the whisky illegally at the term of court j'JSt ly 21 lost in cases of distress where life euded at West Liberty. little ono iu. responded. pon-ollkAn-derewell-belov- -- Thfl Ulirlatian K ultHvonmi 4& r WET0LDY0'S0 fI We told you that cold weather was sure to come, those who did not buy early we have prepared, store is full of Winter Goods, suck as For Our 1)1-- SBIKMIP GEORGE WASHINGTON TRIUBLE. Tuesday afternoon at 0 o'clock after a I Overcoats. Boots. Siloes. Rub- i II finrn DTnnTjrntn Pnmfnrto JJD1D, UUllllUllO, DitUliUilO, Flannels, Kd-o- j pillow-case- tat Hothoall-sulllcleu- tj Froh-man'- - - , life-lon- g Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Flannels, Canton long, honorable and useful career, Mr. Cloaks and Capes at as George W. Trlbble, na quietly and sleep, closed gentlr as a babo falling to ! his eyea on earth to open them in a land that la fairer than day. For several Notwithstanding the recent advances. We are offering a months his conatitntion has been yield ing to the ravages of time and his death Fine Lot of was the result of a giving away of the forces that for 93 long years had kept him strong and vigorous. Born in Mad-- i At Reduced Prices. Buy your Shoes now. Don't ask ton county, Jan. 1, 1804, he is the last of any questions. A hint to the wise is sufficient. a family of 11 children to cross the dark who was riyer. He was a son of Peter, tho s )n of Andrew Trlbble, both noted Btptist preachers in their day and hie mother wbh Miss Marv Boone, daughter of u brother of the noted pioneer, Daniel Boone. On the 2d of September, 1S28, ho married M!bb Patsy Embrv and eight children were born to them, of whom Peter Trlbble, of Hopkinsville, Mrs. R. B. Hopkins, of Shelby ville, Geo. W. Tnhbl-- , of Bill.ngs, Mo., and of Junction City, survive, tlie oldest being 05 nnd the youngest 62. n nnd 20 great, There nre 20 Being overstocked in the following lines and crowded for room I grand children. His wife died in 184S have decided to and in 1S51, he moved to Lincolu entity and married Mrs. Lucinda Ken ley Smith, widow of John Smith, who lived to cheer his last days and minister to hia last wants. Originally a Bnptist, Mr. Trlbble uni- with the reformation otfer 60 years all and lira eince lived n consistent A beautiful stock of Silverware, Clocks, Watches, Cut m 'inner of the Christian church here. Glass and Chinaware, Jardiniers, Decorated Chamber Sets, Lamps, A uood neighbor nnd a steadfast friend, tie was beloved by all who knew him Picture Frames, Bibles, and it is doubtful if in his long life aught derogutory of his character was ever spoken, even untruthfully. He waa in fact in every sonae a fine old Kentucky gentleman, whose home was always open to M uch care has bc:n devoted to the selection of dispense hospitality and good cheer. At In endless variety. Unmatchablt: St les an I Unapproachable Prices will demo these lines. firBt a Whig, he united with tho cratic party ufter the war and since has move them quickly. At and below Cost from now on. never wavered in the faith. He always made it a point to go to the election if possible, and it was a source of deep regret with him that he could not come Dealer in Drugs, Fancy Groceries and Notions, Hustonville, Ky. , and vote for Bryan. The remains were taken to Danville a Christian church yesterday at 1 v. M. and :i after a sermon by Rev. J. T. Sharrard were laid away in the cemetery there in a! tlie presence of an unusually large assemblage of friends 8 Astonishingly Low Prices CLOAKS AND CAFES I 1 3 SEVERANCE & SON. A SURVIVAL OF TH E FITTEST. grand-childre- tl Close Out For 30 Days For Spot Cash, Bric-A-Bra- Jewelry And Groceries, Fo Bo Q"ct;iri,i!i,T,i,r,r,rrc,r,i5j 9 HEW GOODS. y T TWroWMklLa - LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. Ihe public school here closed n, nt Pink-erlo- n, 'deatii'doinus' nesday. The school did well well attended. Our town should havd a graded school for at least nine months in i. the year, Instead of ouly the public V t school for live mon'liM. IU) Tno Casey circuit c mrt convenes here next Monday, 'lliere will be but little 10 business in coart, for the docket is very 'O light. There are few appearances and felouiee, but a conauli ruble number of iOI misdemeanors. Tuesday afternoon, while taking ft horse back ride, Miss Lotta Radcliile was thrown from her horde in front of tto Exchange Hotel and her foot hung in the stirrup, but fortunately it wnsie-leatbefore this bright young sctress f., I Wed and was Si We are receiving our Holiday Goods. come here for Don't forget to : BARGAINS "W. . I i.t v 8 Prescriptions filled from the very best Drugs and Chemicals by and Experienced Pharmacist. a o : M B. MoBOBEBTS. 'i CI iN '; a ed was hurt. CRSIG -- & MOCKER, ...DEALKHS IN'. J - step-moth- J,a-Bami- ue Mill-dal- e, well-know- 5, Hon. D. M. Kelley, an attorney of Now Albany, waa here this week on le gil business. V. M. Lster, our new jeweler, is visitiug relatives in Russell. Dr I. O. Dye and Uncle Royal Wilkinson went to Somerset Tuesday on business. Mr;. Minnie Lse and little daughter, Daisy, and Master George Ford went to Louisville Tuesday. F. M. Scott. tl.o mill man, win here WolnesJiy en route for home from Hustouvllle. The famouB Radcliile Troupe, who have beon here for more thau a week giving nightly entertainments, is still here. During one of the psrformances Dr. A. C. RtdchU'e, the mtnager, firel ao:no of tho most difficult shots iu archery, some tint lmii not be excelled by Bullrilo Bill. He is also a considerable mind reader, being but very little below that of the famous Johnson. they will give an entertainment for the benefit of the church. They will stay until WednesJay of next week, so that they can sdrve out fun iu car load lots. Their performances are excellent and are highly enjoyed by their good audien-- c s that throng the court hall nightly. To-nig- ht J i 13rugs, GVusrrvlicals, Oils, Pairuis, t t It Pays to Deal with a Cash House. K Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. . Jf - -- fc Give us a call and be convinced. o KAf WXXKKXK)lrKKxKXwArKWKJf fXKK Irllil'. It) ill U Doors, Sash and Blinds, rrTiWBU fc V & Shingles, Etc. fl A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. eiglit-monthe-o- id lifo-savi- WILLIAM SHELTON, ty, has named her triplets Lute, Luty French, fcnjIUh TeachTtT All poclUitJ. rhirmjh eouriei in Uitn. Greek, tho famotu and Lukey. Studentiiu lilua Matheraittci. Natural aa Mort Sciences. Muiic. Art And hucalloa. iiimteil la Four inches of snow fell at Atlanta, Gran icction ol ntuck : diinunhea Mr hit'Ulu'ne of cli nito, beamy of tcenery, refinement you will tev t your dauehten . ir.ii c -- .i ..tv.in. snntamhor "7. Ilrifara JeciJinf where This beats Ga., Tuesday night. 0.1talOgU3. Alaresj, the oldest inhabitant has seen nrt ..m. ba aare to write for Oar NOW MRS. NANNIS S SAUFIjSY, Lady I'riuclpil, Sunford, Ky. atf there. any-thin- g Mrs. George IUtclitf, ol Floyd coun- THE STATTFORD PJSMA.Ii'S COJLXBaE. President. savloK crowB i --i .j&afcyt..X- - i " r. , v ... ... Stanford. Ky., w. E. Uiiandlcr, wboiflniRunuiuori- party, m7a that biartiniBm la tne only true policy ana whi aiciviniey is with him. The single Rold standard Dec. 4, 1896 people may ypt find that thpy have jumped rom the frylns pan into the tyin'tfi W. P. WALTON. SIX PS6ES., fire. McKinley's whole record lies beon in favor of silver and the very hot that an international nersement is urged by the republicans bIiowb that bimetallism is the real policy of that party. Complete n turns aiow that Mo Natioual the chairman of the Kinley's plurality iu Illinois was UL- Democratic Party, ha called n nicotine :oo7. -nf the executive loaimittee at Indiana Dr. Phil Roberts, of Madison, who is proposed to make 0 19, Dpc. 10, when it ran against Gov. McCreary for Congresp, the organ'zition permaneut and contin- is an applic.iut for collector of internal ue to fight the rfRuhrorgnuizatiouinthe revenue. iateruet of the republican party. Thia Complete returns from California action, like that of the Gold Damocrata show Hint tho electoral vote will he diin Kentucky, ia in the initiative r.nd pre- vided. McKii.loy geta eight electors ami mature. Tne democratic National Bryan one. haB Uken no action, hoping McKinley Elector Sam Kaah Bays diubtlcBs that time would nsamge the Bryan Elector W. B. Smith aesured him bitterness of doling, when concessions thero would be no contest of the McKinmight be made and accepted and a real ley electors. union of the factions of the democratic CongreB8 convenea next Tuesday, pirty could be united in Bolid front when it is said that Mr. Cleveland will against the common enemy once more spring a surprise ou tho country with Bat the gold democrats, magnifying their reference to Cuba. importance, and apparently desiring to State Seintor W. W. Stephenson, of further alienate themeelvea from those Mercer, has prepared and will introduce with whom they formerly fought, are not at the extra session, if one is called, n bill willing that time shall heal the differ- providing for the registration of votes in ences, but rush head long to make the country precincts as well as in the cities. disruption more pronounced mil perma The younger element of the Kentucdemocrats Bre ky silver democracy is said to be preparniDl, If these determined to go clear over to the devil, ing for a new deal in the management of we mean to the republican party, and party affairs. Jonahs like' Jo Blackburn nothing else will do them, of course it is are to be made food for the whales. their privilege, but wo protest against Louisville Times. the premature action of the leaders who Marcelius Keene haB been appointed are prompted by selfish motives, and in at Athnta, vice John V. ihenamoof true democracy beg for si- Barr, removed. Barr's dismissal is due lence for a while at least and peace and to charges severely rt fleeting on his perunion later if possible. sonal character. It was alleged that he in his political views, Tim trustees of the proposed State was though thia complaint was not regarded Rtioruiitoriua met in Lexington Tuesday, where propositions for the location there as serious enough clone to cost him his office. of one at lets: of the institutions were uov. urauiey, in an interview, represented by Mr. E. L Hutchinson, sponds to the criticisms of Judge W. M. president of the board of councilinen; Becuer. He srma the lack of proper fi Prof. Wilbur R. lion. J. Hull nancial legislation in Kentucky ih to he Smith, J. T. Slnde ana Mrs.S. A. Charles, charged to the democratic members of each of whom advocated Lexington's adtho legislature. In regard to the turn vantages in glowing terms. Tlmcity has pike raids he eaya he has no power to of appropriated fo.000 and the county of fer rewards in such cases, us the judge Fa e.te JS.C00 to buy the fa'm and aid in would know, if he had taken time to in tho construction of the buildings. The form himself. board waa forced to adjourn before taking action on the proposition, but it ia MORE NEWS NOTES. more than probaole that Lexington will The mercury was 40 at Jacksonaacure one of the institutions. The ville, Fla., Wednesday. Tuea-datrustees will meet again next William Steinway, the New York evening in the rootna of the presipnno manufacturer, is dead. dent of tho boud. Mrd. Nellie Garrard Hon. John Scott, formnr U. S. SenaCheatham, in the Gait House, Louisville, tor from Pennsylvania, is dead. when final action will bo taken. The A girl baby was born at Lewisburg, trustee?, of whom tho .writer is one, were manifest- this State, which has no eye balls. greatly pleased by trie interest William Woerner died in a Louisville ed in the location of the institutions at saloon just after taking his morunu todthe blue grass capital nud feel very kind- dy. ly towards the beautiful city. William E. Counts, a merchant at ) r S R"elbville, Ind., was shot to death by be U. D11. Hontbk, who had rathj-tramps. Senator han right nd who last winter A forger arrested in New York City u give a written pie ige to favor such hail checks on 200 ditierent baukn in his and support such measures as will pocketc restore silver to the position it occupied Mies Nellie BoggfSH, ol Carntown, aa primary or redemption uionoy prior to choked to death while eating her dinner 1873, when it was tno standard of values, at rchool. has seen tho way the cat jumped and Five colored persona were burned to eound money no' announces himeelf a no If anybody death by an incendiary fire near Cor man and u protectionist, way, Ark. was for unsound money. With his usA family of five persons perished in ual effort to conceal and hide his mean- tba recent blizzard in Emmons county, ing so ua to tote water on both shou'ders, North Dikotn. e statesman succeeds in betne Gov. Bradley has gone away and old ing fur froin explicit in the statement of mm Worthingtou is iesutng pardons . .... ,. his position, and leaves the matter still. ' in doubt, ho that he can ravine it if , nee- -. , Robert Lewis, an inmate of the Sol essary. ear ways mai are utirti uuu diers' Home at Dayton, O., ia under artricks that are not vain, the doctor is rest for making counterfeit nickels. paculiar. It is almost as hard It is telegraphed from Prestonburg to put your finger on him as the Irish- that James Click, of that place, who Is man's ilea. 100 years old, has lest but nix teeth. A magnificent marble bust of John DrjDLitY, of Richmond, AMU303E F. private secretary of Gov. McCreary, C. Breckinridge is soou to bo placed in makes his wauts known through Sena- the Senate chamber at Washington. Mies Ritta Stern, a Middletown, O., tor Wm. Lindsay that he is now ready to belle, set fire to her clothing and burned receive pio at the bands of the administration, because ha placed his to death, "because Bhe waa tired of life." A Parbersburg, W. Ya., school teachcross under the log cabin this time. This Dudley has been kept up by the er threw a rule at a boy who was misbesime democratic party for the past 12 or 15 having and knocked out one of his eyes. a nepnew anu niece nave begun a years, and his father, T. P.Dudley, also position under Col- contest ovor the $3,000,000 estate of Jaholds a government of California, who died in Z. lector Rodes at present, having held it cob Davie, Philadelphia. during Cleveland's first term; aa did Two of four little boys who stole young Dudley, who waa a clerk in the Collector T. away from home at Alexander, HI , and revenue office under the late S. BronHton. Republicans Bhould repose went hunting were fatally shot in 30 no confidence in any man, who chacgea minutes after thoy left. The toll gate raiders have destroyed his politics simply for the offi :ea attach-oand Mr. Dudley should be given a Bome of the State a paoperty among the CDld potato. Gov. McCreary ought to rest and Inspector Lester ia about to be gin an investigation of the matter. give him the cold shake also. ine uev. u. w. uaiioway died near It fa reported at Lexington that ifu Harrodaburg, and his wife, who went a mile away to summon a neighbor, fell Gov. Bradley doea not call an extra of the Legislature h will appoint unconscious at the end of her journey. JameflJWiramer, who atatbbed Sam Hon. John W. Yerkea to Ql the vacancy Thalbeimer to death for the betrayal of in the United States Ssnnti from when Senator Blackburn's term his daughter at Richmond, Va,, and whs expires in March next. It would ba a recently acquitted, died Tuesday of pneuCipital appointment and in some meas- monia. Hugh Cosgrove, despondent over ure console those who know him over If we are to business affaire, committod suicide while tho loss of a democrat. have a republican give us Gov. Bradley kneeling at a chair, evidently after otteror the man from Boyle. Gov. Bradley ing a prayer. He waa an old citizin of Louisville. Bays he ia not a candidate, but he does The receipts on whisky in If not say he will not accept the office thia district for November amounted to elected. $110,751.48, the largest since August, Mark Hanna will be secretary of the 1894, when the tax was increased from 90 'cents tpfl 10. treasury. Mark that. com-mitt- eo over-zalous y The hotting elemt nt Rushville, Ind., has a Bry'nnclub 150 e 0! the chmncratic P"ty seems determin-- Btrong. i to wi len the breach as far and as long Tho Ashland Republican has apasposnihlc. Without special resson for pended publication. it, Bynum, of Iadinna, who calls hiniBelf IlEnc it is aeain. POLITICAL POINTS. FitzsimmonB manager, Martin Julian, has accepted Dan Stuart's offer of $15,000 for a finish fight with Corbett. It is belioved tho fight wlll'tako place at Janrcz, Mexico. The town of Rilaton, on the Arkan-si- s river, in tho Oaago nation, wasalmoa-destroyeby a cyclono. Nearly every house in the pltce wsb blown down and several ppople were hurt. The Chesapeoke & Ohio, the Southern and the Pennsylvania railroads have on foot plans for a magnificent union terminal at Washington, the principal feature of which will be the elimination of grade crossings. Near Troy, S. C, Lflon J. Williams, shot and killed L. D. nndJ.V. White, btchera. The Whites circulated detrimental reports when Williams made the race for representative and the killing was the result. James A. Robald, a Bowling Green baker, kept account of the number of tramps that came to his place of busiticea during tho year euding Dec. 1, and finds there were 1,400 All nationalities wore inc'uded except the Negro. Tho fight at San Francisco Wednesday night between Fiizsimmons and Sharkey waa awarded to Sharkey in the eighth round, when he was practically knocked out, the referee claiming that ha Sbarkoy fell before one of Fitgiimniotis' famous "chin crooks" ha was kicked by Fitzsimmons. The richest and most extensive dis covery of rock phosphate in the history of the world baa been made in Tennes- see. The deposits underlie lour counties in the vicinity of Nashville, Davidson, and Maury. Williamson, Rutherford ranging from The rock lies in a vein three to 12 feet in thickness, and is but 10 feet below the Btirface. w - The total of cotton brought into sight iu November was 1,039 SJ9 bales; the to tal for the season la 3.503,300 bales. The November total of cottou brought into sight has been exceednl during the past lGyesrsbut three times, in 1S91, when the crop was G.035,000 baler, in 1S93, when the crop was 7,550,000 and in 1S94, when the crop n 9 901.0CO d IA RM AND Til A DE ITEMS. Noel & 8on are paying $1.10 for com. Eggs are Belling at 38 cents in Bob -- the- ton. Highest ctsh market price for corn, Noel A Son. 1 Turkeyr4io bringing Oc on foot since Thanksgiving. Foil Sale. Boar ready for service. The Great Shopping Centre of Stanford, E. II. Beazloy, Stanford. The Home of Low Trices. Louis Wa'z bought of John M. White some hogs at 3c. Chance, the once greBt race horee, A visit to our store. Nosth side Main street. Stanford. Kw. will con was sold at Lexington for f 25 vince the most skcptbal of our ability to sell goods chcader than any J. K. Baiighmnn Bold to Hollidny other house in Stanford. Two causes have made this store the barBros , of Adair, 30 cotton ihuIph ut $50. gain center for Dry Goods, Notions, Hoots, Sh5es, 1 lats, Caps, Cloth-ing- , n W. H. Traylor bought of J. II. and others 100 Imrrtla of corn at $1. Valises, Telescopes, Carpets, Matting, Floor Oil Cloth. Two car loads of corn wanted nt once to ship. See J. (I. BaugliiUAii k Dal-to- Louisville Store fl Co. - E:ghly thoroughbred yparlincs were told hi Lexington for $12,075, an average of$15S 'I ho great rce horse Morello, which a a threu-- y ear-ol- d, was kiug ot the tur', Special Department for Clothing and. Shirts Made to Order. dead. Three of tho hogs which W. P. Murphy kil ed this week weighed 1.7CU pounds. Riley Grannan ia said to have made a $1C0,000 winciog at San Francisco Monday. Tho medal for the best corn shown at the world's fair has just been received by J, W. Bowen, of Madison G. M. Proctor Bold to John Embry 40 export cattle to be delivered Dec. 6th to 10th at 4Jc Winchr ster Sun. R P. Fox A Son have 11 weanlings by Dr. Hooker, 2:23). in training and all aie doing splendid work. -- Pantograph. M S. Baughman sold to Holliday Brcs , of Adair, 23 cotton muleput $02 50. They are to be shipped to Columbur, Ga. The pale of yenrling waacompleted at the Woodard A Shauklin auction at Lexington, 140 being dif posed of at an' averis First, an irresistible stock; second, the irresistible prices. Without a word as to the why and wherefore, we srll this week at the following prices: Ladies' outing flannel skirts, fancy stiiped with border, full three inches wide, worth 40c. at 25c. Ladies' all wool skirt, full size, fancy stripe, worth 75c, at 60c. Blankets white 10-- 4 at 60c a pair. Gents' Shirts 48c. Canton Flannel 5c, worth 7yiC. Dress Ginrjham 5c. White bordered Napkins 25c doz. Red flannel 15c a yard. Turkey ted Table Linen 25c yard. Men's black Alpine Hats worth $1.25 and Si. 50 this week at 75c. Ladies' walking hats, blue, black and brown, 75c. Full line of trimmed Hats for ladies. Ladies Jackets 51.15 to Si 2. Sec our $1.25 and $2 ladies' Capes. Hctter ones $3 to Si 5. It Will Pay Every Man and Boy y That wants a suit of Clothing to visit our store this week. Hoys overage of $113. coats as low as $1.25. Men's ovecoats low as $2.50. Men's suits as Versailles had tho best court day for Cattle sold at from 3 to low as S3. We quote the few prices to show how prices run through Borne months. 3$ cents, and hogs at 3 cts. Thirty sheep entire stock. legiF-latb- - -- gum-sho- ... . '" I - d aea-eio- Kin-tuck- v, tax-pai- d brought $2.15. The farm of N. B. Kick, containing LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. 110 arres, lying partly in Franklin and pirtly in Woodford, was sold at assigLetcher Owsley tins gone to nee's sale to II. P. Mason, ol Franklin, at on business I?). -- On Tuesday, C. A Robiusou deliver- $29 50. -- The Barrow place of 05 acres will be ed 30 export cattle to John Embry, sold by the commissioner county court weight 1,520 pounds, at 4c. who li vis T. J. H. B. Nortbcott & Co. received day in December. on the premises, will show any one about 2,000 turkeys last Wednesday at through, their slaughter pens in thia city. The Advocare pays that M. J. Farris William K. Warner, a prominent .Mary L Bourui, bought of I). C. Terhuue, of Mercer, a young farmer, and Miss of good feeders, 1,200 pounds a beautiful and gifted young lady, were bunch Same paper reports ealea of married near Bryantsvillo on Tuesday. fat hogs at Co. In the police court, Clay Green, Boh -- I.K. Tr'ibble delivered to J. O. Whteler and Heuuie King, all colored, Johnson, of Boyle, 79 hogs averaging 160 were tried and fined for a breach of tho Kt 3c. Mr. Trihble bought for peace. Bill Gnflio, colored, was fined pounds Mr. Johnsonof A. M. Feland, a lot of f4 for drunkenness. stuff" at 2c. Jesse Mundy, arcutod of stealing butcher There came to my place three wei-ktwo pistols, waH tried before Judge 200 pound boar with both Monday and seat to jail to await aco a black at the March ears cropped. O vner can get him bv (ho action of the grand jury, paying for this notice and his keep. J. term of tffe circuit court. M. Caah, Turnersville. Circuit court adj lurne Tuesday Tho Village Farm Stable, of Buffalo, Tho business was prompt y won $40,000 this year. E (Jeers, who dispatched, althougti but few important the stable, made 92 8tnriH. cases were to be tried. Sam Sutton will campaigns pecond in 22, third iu 15, winning 27, uo to the penitentiary for 1:2 yearn, for fourth in four and unplaced 15 times. Hilling Bob Brewster, and Sam Yantie, -- J. W. Bales, of Itichmond, Hgent fir coloied, two years for - Stihwarlziclilld it Co., New York, hue W. A. Arnold went to the Bryautsbought and Mupped fro.n Boyle, Gar villo precitct on Wrdneuday to arrest Lincoln and Mtutinon counties in fleniv Reder on a charge of malicious rar.i,past weok 1,1.7 export cnttle bought shooting. He found htm vulh it child iu the I but wt prices ranging from to 4$ cents. "iiis Up. Arnold told his bueines Trainer M. E Mcllenry, who won Reeder, by stratagem, got to the door end tie Kentucky Futurity with Hose Croix carried himself rapidly away from tho expects to do the samo trick next year house. Arnold fired thieo time- hut with ids Baron Wilkes filly, Sister Alice, Keeder made his escape into the river two years, 2:29. This filly is a good or. e cdffd. Capt. Mike Salter has returned from as eho ia reported to have beaWn 2:2(, the mountains, where he has beon on timed separately, in her races this sphpoi1. -- B. G. and .Motitn Fat sold to N. W businees connected with the department a U. S. gauger. J Hubingor, of New Haven, Conn., their of the Interior, being Mort Rothwell has gone to St. Louis, speedy pacing yearling, Margaret F , by Nuthurtt, for $800. Margaret F will where he expects to locate at some mare. Anderson A day to practice law. His Iriends be- make a great race various partiin, 1,200 bought of of legal, Spilunan lieve that matrimonial, instead barrels of corn at $1, delivered. Advo aspirations have taken him thither at (Mte. A. M. Pence is now using for hia this particular time. II. O. Hamilton former great hIiow mare haB g me to Middleebiro to visit rela- buguv horse, the Baby Pencx, for which splendid animal tives. he frequently refused $1,500. Siie is W. M. Watson, of this city, has an still a good looker, notwithstanding she old newspaper which was published in had three promising offaprings, the greatFrankfort on Feb. 10, 1803, making it 93 youngest of n hich, a 6uckling cot, ly rtsemblea its dam. ia entitled, "The Pallayears old. It In the past five years Ed Geors has dium, A Literary and Political Weekly earned an average of $54,000 pr nnum; Repository." The impresaion ia clear and expenses $21,000, leaving net winnings $105.-00diatinct, the only trouble being that f ia $33,000 per season, or for five years Hal Of the above amount noble old contains many curious ued for s. It Pointer, 2:04J, and lleet footed Robert J,. and interesting itemB. The column on 2:01 J, each earned as much as 129,000 per "Foreign Intelligence" is dated Nov. 20, year. He bbvb Star Pointer is tho fastthree months previous to the date of the est horse in the world. issue. It also contalus a letter from How to Prevont Pneumonia ThomaB Jefferson to the governor of At this time of the year a cold i very eailly courtc without nod inn Kentucky, and one from John Breckin- contracted tome it trlt to Coughiumedicine, u Uablo reliable the aid ot In that drrad diiease, pneumonia. We a friend near Frankfort. ridge to totetult know ot no belter remedy to cure a cough or cold Our polite and efficient postmaster, tttan Chamberlain' Cough Remedy. We have and usi'd it quite J. I. Hamilton, who lost his entire office latufaction. exteniivelyIndlin it hatalay given Tcintory, Chief. Olagah, August, having no This ia the o ly remedy that u known to Iu a fixtures by fire last Among the prevenuve cf pneumonia. certain insurance, has just received tho most many thousand who have uifd it for c Id and yet learned of a la grippe, we have bdautiful outfit that has been seen in this c.sj having resultedneverpneu noma I'crton- hiirc who in to tear section. The entire furniture coat $300. have weak, lungt or have reaton remedy an attack at rund. ot pntumoma hould keep the It iB shaped like the letter A, with a win- aj and 50 cent bottles for tale by Craig St llockcr, general delivery at Druggitti. dow for stampa and the vertex and a window ou each Bide, eo Dcn't bo penuaded into buying liniments withIViin or merit. Chamberlain' arranged that one person can deliver to out reputation llalm costa no worn and its merits hive bwn provy art. Such letters as he follow. of en any one of tho three without walking. It iog by a test U. Ilaglcy, Huenemo, Cat , are confrom L. ia complete and scorea one more in favor tinuity being received: " the bet remedy lor have erer used Is Chamberlain's l'ain select-c,- i of the enterprising man who Ulia and I say 8J after haviog used it in my famWa hone that tho rules of civil ily foi sevcial yearn. It curea rheumatism, l.imu if back, sprains and swells. For tale by Caaig & Bervice will apply in hia case and that ho Hocktr, Druggists will be permitted to hoiu tno omco Alter hearing tome friends contmuillr plaitEliza-bethto- THE LOUISVILLE Branch Stores: Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, ST0RL. A: URBANSKY & CO.. Proprietors, T. D, RANEY, Manager. Lawrenceburg, Cynthir.ua, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, and Franklort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. Uut-li- , V m ? C) CJi I! v I I J ' I v Burn-eideo- n s 'ipi 1 Buy your Coal now before it 1 goes up, for the Winter. V 1 1 fcaAll Farm Products taken in exchange. houae-breakin- g. 1 J. H. BAUGHMAN ..."... " -- Si .- CO. -. . . ..j ".... V UNDERTAKING - - BY - dT CL, Practical Trimmer, Emkalmor MjL&xnr, & lu-tu- re And Funeral Director. Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e FARRIS HARDIN, Dealkrs In Groceries, Hardware, Glassware Queensware and Tinware. Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line o Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. Prices to Suit The Times .W W. WJTHS. Has Useful Christmas, Wedding & i I J - 1 Thirteen colored converts were immersed in the icy waterB of the Ohio at Paducah 8unday. ing Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Olarhoea llemedy, Curtis Fleck, ol Anaheim, Cat., purchased a bottle ot it lor his own ue and Is now as entnusiastic over its work as any one can be. The 35 and 50 cent bottles Ijr sale by Craig & Hocker, Druggists. Such as Chairs, Pictures, Rugs, Medallions, Center Tables, Mirrors, Music Cabinets, Easles, &c. Tabrou-rette- ' s, jss 111W111 g'; im.uMijsjU fm saata kM-WEEol- Y lNIE?JU?,l0ME Dec. 4, 1396 Mr. boU, THAT C1UY0N. n- -d Stanford. Ky., W. P. WALTON. Incomtaiuiilk SuhVicE. The Queen A Croicent trains re tlib llueet trams run in the State o( Kmtucky. Four dally trains to Cincinnati couucct with the mala highways olttie lirfulTruu Llura of the North, Went ami East. Thin Id tbo line parexcdllencn to Wimhing'ou, Ne York-- Boeton and the Eih. Thf Queen fe Orescent cuunt?c a wlih ever line out of CiociuuMii. H. T. Swift, F & T. A , Lexington, Ky., W. G. Mogin, D. P. A , Lexington, Ky , alio hud known her husband iu Deinontrte)d. "Ilowslugulur it hnpponcd that Mrs. Delaware was nblo to find proof that Auitily previ- ous ro'.ncurnutlon. " How did sho discover it?" "8)10 fouud it letter alio had given him to post in n former titc of existence," Buffalo Time. Ill l'ropor 1'lnro. ""rim JO c, Mr. Footbaul Where (hlo) do yoa wnntsh t piny? Oaptniit (tllsfjustodly) Oh, you can keep on playing fulL Abeenrn Accounted Kor. "Did Mia Dubb mnko her dobut lust night?" "No. Sho didn't havo tho faco to mnko her opjearancu boforo such n largo asacuiblagc. " "What w tho matter?" "Her mnko up box wus Btolen." Norristown Humid. INsat mill I'n-n.Mi- I "Why did I try to stcul tho sacred flro?" repeated lTouiuthouH audly. "If you'd ovor lived iu a IluthouMi with u Janitor and etoam boat" Onco ngalu did tho honry hand of tho past gruxp tho ham! of tho present acroi tho nbyss of conn. Now York Vtcm. I Sometimta il trtai to weary woman that ibe certainty give up. The simpltsl an! eiiwl tsaV almost Insurmountable Nervousness, sleeplessness and plo harass he and life Mtm hardly worth the livlnr. Dr. i'lercc't Favorite Prescription was matte lor tier Or 1'ierce's Golden Medical Di.voveiy was made for her The former u (r lilt distinctly fsmlnme, the other tor her general sestem Together they supply a aclcnUCc and successful courte of treat menu The Favorite Prescription it stores healthy, regular action ol the orfim distinctly feminine. It forces oui all lapuriliss, strengthens thetis-aut- t, allay, inflammation The Golden Medical Dltcortrr nakei appetite, htlpa Indigestion, In assimilation, tills out the hollows the cheek and neck with food, solid f!th and triads back the cladsomc (taw ol girlhood Send stein tc stamps to Worll's Dltpeatary Medical Association, buffalo, N. V , and receive I)r l'ifrc's 100S pace Common Sense Medical Adviser, Illustrated. null worl becomes an overy one in tho Iiouho could hoar juat what ho said when tho caller mndo his errand known. Mra. HuilthorH langhcd n littlo hyatorlcnlly, and tho hired girl, an the atoopod down to basto tho nicoly browning roast, RTinncd broadly Into tho hot air of tho oven. ilr. Suiithers' IJut tho two jxuietH mother and apinstcr aunt from Phila could hardly bo expected to dolphin neo nuytliitiK humorous iu tho profanity which aaflnilod their oars. Mrs. Smith-ertho younger, didn't aco quito how John could talk thut way when hia Quaker mother wiw nround, but aho realized Ktmuwhut tho HttciiRth of hi provocation, nnd when tho old lady ran distractedly to tho door hIio put her arm around her reassuringly and mild: "If a a mau who wautH to enlarge photographa, mothur, aud John has juat had such mi experience I' ' "IJut but how can theo excuao such langnuge? To think that a con of mine should swear and abuao a follow mortal In that wayl" Thero wui tho souud of n littlo acurflo iu the hall, tho crashing of glass, nnd then tho anddott slamming of tho outer door, when tho hoit, flushed, but triumphant, appeared in tho sitting room and confronted two weeping women, and one whoso expression told him moro plainly than words that, wlillo it detachment of hia household might consider him an uuregencrato sinner, ono member regarded hint as a simple chump. "Tho roast In tho own Jsn't quito reaily, John," said Mrs. Smithera "So perhaps you hud better explain to mother nud Aunt Laviny your flomowbnt unusual lungungo." "HyQooxgo, mother, " nxoluimed Mr. Smithera, suddenly recalled to his aensea, "this i too bad Wouldn't lmvo had it happen for a farm And Aunt Viny toa Well, I guana I'm indlKgraoo. I'll lmvo to oxplain, as Emma aaya. "You know, 1'voalwayn fought ahyof photographs and never had a picture taken iu my lifo until last month, when I wiii out camping in Wisconsin with n crowd of tho fellows, and wo had a group taken, tho nine of us, and showing tho boat aud n utring of fish. I had my hat on and wore a negligee ahirt, with a l(X)o tie, aud it looked ilrnt rate. I brought it homo, nnd Km ma was delighted, aud now her pnrt cornea in." "Mother, over aineo wo'vo been iid tho littlo woman, "I'vo beggod and eutreated John to have his pieturo taken. 'What if ho should bo taken away?' I need to think. lie promised ho would homo day, and onco or twico he's had his courage almost up to the point of going toa gallery, but ainco he lot his hair ho has given up all of over having n photograph taken. "Ono morning I woa sitting hero, looking at that group, when tho bell rang, and I ran to the door, with tho a pieturo iu my hand. A man from nailery was there, and ho wanted to eulnrgu photographs or make lifo sizo crayons from tintype or even old a, Smlthrra ononcd tho door him 1 THE HOUSEHOLD. A MARKETING P- A HORSE. I Frank Bovtew of the Problem of olal Up MaUtln:. Something Mew In Bwlaa. Calla-Taklntr - finch Trim Thnt lie WtA Sell Well. I ondenvor to havo my horses a sourco of rovenue, ns much as my hogs or catTo Put Htm Iri THE WEEKLY tVJlfaIH: lkl.a.SI I I mnr-rlcd- ," John-Fon'- pro-mot- es Mr. Smithera again forgot himself. "John!" euid hia mother reproachfully. "Woll, thoro wero soma changes I wanted made. I told him to tako off tho lluokltn'a Arnica Halve The best aalre in the world for cuts, bru less alouch hut nud put a high collar aud tares, ulcers, salt rbeuro, fever sorea tetter, chap- - , dress suit on him, for I didn't want him eo Bands, cniibiains. corns ana an sum erupuona. nt Doaitlvelr cure oilee. or no pay repuireJ. Il Is dtwed liko a tramp for a parlor picture. .. . - i ..i..i..tt.i..iiHn Ho aaid thero'd bo no difllculty whatrefunded. Trie et cents par box for sale by ever about that aud promised to havo V II Mc Roberta druKlst. tho pioturo dutifl aud framed ao I could aurpriao John when ho camo homo from Omaha Thursday evening, nnd woll, I J guess that part of it was all right, , world" ono from tho group?' I asked, aud ho assured mo that it would bo the easieat thing iu tho " 'Can yon tako this Tho morning hours of flno days at this season invito to informal calls. Friends who aro intimate enough to do so tako advautage of a bright morning to call upon ouch other inntcud of deferring this pleasure until tho conventional calling hours havo struck, although this is always dono iu n aeuilapologetic manner. "I thought I phonlcl bo moro Hkoly to find you nt homo if I camo in tho morning," or "I hopo you don't mind my calling iu tho morning," "I hope-yowero not going out when I camo," or "You must not let mo keep you in if you aro going out," aro a few of tho phrasos enrront even between friends when culls before 8 o'clock p. in. aro made. A rcasuuublo excuse for calling thus early iu tho day is that tho conventional afternoon calling hours 'have now practically but occasions for leaving curds, nnd no ono expects to find those called upon nt homo, occupations aud engagements being accountable for this, and thcreforo to receivo tho rejoinder "Not at homo" is always a foro gone conclusion. Iu tho tnoruiug hours tho chances aro moro in favor of tho contrary being tho caso, although "Not at homo" is also occasionally tho reply received even iu tho morning hours and given in nil sincerity. Again, tho question put varies in somo degree from tho conventional one, aud "Is Mrs. A. in, aiffl will yoa ask her if sho will co mo for a few minutes?" is frequently tho somewhat diflldcnt inquiry. "Not at homo" is n phrase so generally iu uso that most servants thoroughly understand its purport i. o., tiw mistress of tho houso is not visiblo to hor friends nud does uot wish to boo them ut that particular hour. Not infrequently this auswerof "not at homo" leads to remarks at futuro meetings of an embarrassing nature. "I called lato j on Mouday, hoping toaeo you. Isupposo . you had gono out," or, "I was so sorry , not to find you nt homo on Tuesday morning. I camu early, as I particularly wanted to toll you," eta Thus tho ono is driven into a corner and must cither confess or remain ailont ' Why docs not socioty allow of a littlo frankness in this matter? Why is it to bo in such bad tasto to say, "Mrs. A. cannot see any ono this morning," or "Mrs. A. is ut homo, but is very much engaged." Callers would uot consider this information to 1x3 a aiiub, aud servants would infinitely prefer to tell tho truth aud to avoid the rross questioning which sometimes follows, auch as "When do you expect your mistress back? Do you expect hor iu to luccheon? Is it nhy uso my waiting until alio returns?" Or perhaps another member of tho family is inquired for, and this is additionally iHirplexiug to a servant who is desirous of carrying out a mistress' orders. In tho afternoon hours many servants aro allowed to say, "Mrs. A. is nt home, but aho'ia juat going out," nnd this is intelligence. Cards aro satisfactory handed in without further parley. Tho objection to paying "cannot seo any ouo this morning" or "this nfteraoou" is supposed to lead to tho inforcnoo that illncas is tho cause thereof. Tho objection to anying "very much engaged" is a strong but unreasonable one, considering how much it explains nnd what a common seusu view of tho matter it would bo to all concerned. bo-ooBup-pose- d tle, nnd think that tbo breeders havo brought much of this depression upon thomscdvos, ns the farmers hnvo bred overy maro that ..u!J breed, regardless of conformation or defects, to aa cutiro horse with a pedigree, anticipating a Muud S, Suuol or Tantasy, It is not my intention todeprcciato breeding, for I aui n firm believer iu nuy well brod animal, providing bo has a stylish conformation nnd reproduces it. It has nlwnya been my observation that stylo will outoll apeed, generally speaking, nnd stylo combined with strong conformation will draw n plow or wheat to market, whilo speed is usually in the box stall (many times for repairs). In othor words, u farmer should broed Eomcthiug he cuu work nud drivo light besides. When tho season comes for fitting tho horse for market, put a $2 stable blanket on him, trim up his ears, out his whiik-erg- , wash out ills tail occasionally, and mnko him presentable or, moro appropriately, marketable. Youdou't havo to toll tho horao buyer, "Ho uovor had a blanket on him," or "He was ruuuing to tho straw stock yesterday," or "Ho will mnko a beautiful horso when iu Bhapo." But put him in shape, hnvo him led out as if nlivn and look nt tho ahinglos rather than tbo foundation of tbo barn. Hitch him up nnd show him for notion and stylo and drivo bim no faster than ho can go, and show a clean, smooth gait. "Threo minuto" horses aro Tery common iu tho country, if information is reliable but that is too fast for an ordinary carriage horso to b1iov woll, unless ono knows that ho can go. that fast and go smooth. First impressions go a great ways iu tho mind of tho prospective buyer; so havo him look well at tho halter. I usually during tho winter Bhape up n fow horses for markot, work them on tho farm during tho summer, and havo them woll broken to show if necessary. A pair of this kind I sold last spring. Tlioy took tho first prizo in tho victoria class in tho Chicago horso show in June. Ouo was a grado 1'erchoron, tho other by a son of Lakeland Abdal-laThoy wero sold for a fancy prico nnd hnvo sizo and style. Tho horso quostiou to tho farmer at presout is to get cither a stylish coacher Villago or extra heavy draft horse. Farm, Palo Alto, Woodburn, etc., will famish tho speed. Wo must begin breeding. Tho supply is short and nlwnya will be for n high class enrringo horse, nnd tho farmers can afford to raiso that kind; but trotters nro uot farmers' horses. Do as choice of tho selection of tho maro us of the stallion. Havo the individual horso in mind first nnd tho pedigreo last. Breed to n stallion that reproduces himself aud lmvo n maro that "ulwnya raisos n good colt." It. H. 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Attractive Prices on STry Qnsware. us and be Corvinced What Cash Will Do. To Save Choklntr Cattle. My method issiuiplontidaafo. never known relief. it to fail of giving instant I have I cut a stick nbout four feet long nnd half an inch through at tho largo end, with prongs liko fork tines about an Inch long ut tho small oud. Tho stick wautH to bo straight aud smooth. I gen- With Steel Beam is considered the best for turning under Rag Weed erally cut a small gray birch, thou and Stubble. wiud tho prongs with yaru until well covered aud sew over nnd through this THE GBB'S IMPERIAL PLOW, the like, and you before you buy. Farm Wagons Lower Than Ever. NOTICE Having bought of J. W Adams hit Coal Plant and cftoU will at Howland, Kr ,1 wilt continue the Coal lluaiscst at said place W. T. SAUNUKKS will have charge of it at he ia well known In that nd ol the county. J. II. IUGGIN8. 44 If ,V nt r l Something Now In Swiss. With all tlieso schemes of thicker fabovery season rics that prasout thenu-elvetho dainty awisa nnd laco will always havo a share iu household decoration. Tho Decorator notes a wonderfully charming muslin called tho ponang. It Copurtflhl tsn."i by ll'in. ". Ilnlltclaw. ia of thin awisa, with n design iu soft Itoitmi Sine.. SACRED SONGSt colors iu pinks, light blues, delicato Werda l ulr.1 Un.Ctlj uudrr lu bolts. lomous. Thoso designs nro iu vines, da4J let il. iu Devotional and Revival Meetings, blossoma, buds and good conventional Singing Schools and Day Schools, flowers well scattered over tho outiro Sunday Schools & Young People's surface Thero nro prints, thoro aro charming laces, nets, tambour muslin, Societies, with Rudiments. . ti.ii pt' .Jo'T r,l',r'M 3 bo oxoused by that" nil sorts of thin whito oilecta, which vsmrle tupr bj mail .! a hundred by hiht Snd allor.r. n trmall Mr. Smithera looked at his wife can bo obtained at low prices, and William J. Holtzclaw. ti?.aZ' &'& An inspiration aeized her. which, when hung by n gilt rod aud "John," alio aaid, "show mother tho looped back with satin ribbons, make a San Francisco picture." up fitairs two steps at a time charming show. Portland. IIo ran m..To th Potatoes Souffles. aud returned with the crayon. Tho old ladiea looked at it, growing pulo with This is a French chof's recipo: Peel, horror. wash nud dry somo uico potatoes, cut .........Via 'I he "Son," aaid the mother, setting her thorn iu slices half tho thickness of a cap doterminedly, "thee cortaiuly had finger. In n saucepan place somo clariprovocation. " Exchange, fied frying fat. As soon as it is melted put the potatoes into it. As soon as tiio Rathor Bllsleadluf?. ekin begins to blistor lift tho potatoes Signs tiro often misleading. This is fj)) lOUISVIltt MwAlBAIirt CHICAC3 ftt tr-"- " due, it has been aaid by 6omcbody, to out with a strainer aud drop thorn nt tho supposed fact that ultimately all onco intois another pau containing moro OnlylDinlnc Car Route Krom boiling hot. Thoy will then bad spcllcra get into the busine."a of algu fat that on ono become soufllo directly, or puffed. Tako painting. There is n restaurant of tho little known east aidu streets, thorn out into a strainer, dust thorn with salt and servo immediately, us Fays tho Now York Times, that makes they very quickly fall. n specialty of serving oysters and fisb. Elegant Pullman Veatlbuled Abovo tho door is a sign that reads, Not Altogether Hopeless. Sleepers of Modern Pattern. "All odors executed with dispatch." For maps or any information, address "I shall uovcr marry," declared Misa Elderly in ii touu meant to be firm. FRANK J. REID.) Full. f E.D.H.P.BACON I or. 1 A , O. P. Aent, "Don't Bay that," answered her best "How does ho get a full house, I (. ) Louisville Chicago. frieud, Florence. "Woinon older than wonder?" Be sure to call for Monon Route. "Perhaps by driving his nudionco to you lmvo had propoouls. " Detroit St, Paul. driuk. "Detroit Tribune. Free Press. Denver. 1 s fWV J f I 1 J J VafcalLLAh Lk rir, rill) "I should any ao," aaid tho man of tho houho, resuming tho iiurmtiro. "Emma camo down tho road n fow atatioua to moot mo that day, aud I thought something was up by tho way uhu acted. Tho pieturo hadn't como when sho left homo, ho alio gave tho money to tho girl aud told hor to accept it and hang it over tho mantel in tho parlor. When wo cximo iu, I aaw her look at Lize, aud Lizo grinned knowingly aud nodded toward tho front room. " 'Go into tho parlor, dour,' said Emma, 'whilo I'm taking off my bonnet. Perhaps you'll aeo something new thoro ' "I opened the door, and thero was tho darndest looking idiot you over saw, with n neck a yard long and n thiol; crop of black hair combed pompadour and n suit liko an undertaker's. " ' Who's this?' I yelled with somo I will not attempt to repeat, mother; ao don't look anxious. ""Why, it's yon!' Biiid Einuin. " 'Not on your lifol aaid I. And then alio caught sight of it and shrieked." "But, my aon, thy profanity and abuso toward that poor mau can hardly y. wasn't it?" Taklmr Up Matting-Somo people entertain tho pleasing delusion that it is unnecessary to tako up matting oxcept nt very long intervals, jorhaps uot till worn out. Ou this point mi each iui go remarks: Mattings nro not aufiloiently closely woven, oveu the best qualities, not to admit tho dust. In fact, they uro perfect aiovos, nnd to lay a oarpet directly over both matting nnd dust is well, to say tho least, not nice nud must bounhcalthful. Mattings need uot bo Fowed together to fit, but laid down In single breadths tho length of the room. Thero aro tacks with dou-bi- o points to hold selvages together. Besides this method possesses two distinct advantages a worn breadth can bo easily substituted for another by shifting, nnd they are less cumbcrsomo to clean aud roll up before putting away at tho cud of tho eeasou. . a piece of cotton cloth, making a ball 60me inches iu diameter securely fastened to the small end of tho stick. GreaiO tho bnll well with lard, iusert in tho animal's throat and shovo it down tho length of tho 6tiok, if need be, or uutil tho substance is forced into tho stomach. Then draw tho stick, nud tho crenturo will bo roliovcd. I have been called in tho night to go four miles to rcliovo nn animal that had been choked for hours. I relieved her in two minutes nfter tho stick was roady, so that sho went right to eating. Two or threo men had tried cvory way they know for hours without success. This crenturo was choked iu tho barn with n potato. I hove seen moro thnn ono cow ohoked by eating potatoes in tho barn. D. L. Brott iu Fnrmor and Home. Uvo Stock I'olnt. Horo is n good grain mixture for fat- Atititr otnnra Ricrlif ljuit vu s MIMttv nnnrta nfaffimofil . IVUaaJfN HtjVVAtJ and two quarts linseed meal. To n steer i weighing 1,000 to 1,200 pouuds feed 13 ponuds of tho mixturo a day, along with all tho out or shredded coru fodder it will consume. Corn fodder is better for sheep than timothy hay is. Tho fodder ia laxativo to tho bowels of an nnimnL It has somo-timproved hotter than (timothy cvou for horses. It is not necessary to cut or shred fodder for sheep. They can grind nud Bhred it thomsolvcs admirably. It is most unfortuunto that tho deadly hog diseaso should again havo invaded tho northwest this year. South Dakota has especially suffered from it. It is iufootious, nud nil precautions should bo takeu against it. Tho second annual show of tho Association of Live Stock Exhibitors takes placo at Madison Squaro Garden, Now York city, from Nov. 23 to 28. Thero will bo premiums for horses, cattle, sheep, swine, dairy products and fnt atock. Premiums nnd prizes to tho nmouutof if 10, 000 will bo awarded. Tho show will bo a very interesting ono. Millionaire livo stock fanciers in tho vicinity of Now York will havo choice specimens of their animals ou exhibition. A well kept small flock of shcop on a email farm is ono of tho best paying investments. Their owner can givo every animal in n flock of from 40 to 00 sheep . his individual attention. It is from such flocks as theso that tho vory best lamb and muttou come. Tho demand for good muttou sheep aB woll as for good muttou is increasing. w e. es ly Nn-tiou- al LAND ROLLERS WHEAT DRILLS, see my stock andjget my prices should And B. K. WE A REN. THE Tborouchbred Duroc-Jersey BLUF-GHAS- S HERD OF J- to Tf7 Xjmt" C XXsJWO My Flrcedprs were selected from trip beet herds of this famous breed of sine in several rtttfircnt btates. A apltndid lot ol pigt of dittereut aKft (or salf. lired sows a specialty. Satisfaction (guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Addresr inflKaaaHb rVSassssssPBHeSeMfstefe K. H. mtONAUGIl, Crab Orchard, Ky This is tho best market nnd ours fs tho best houio to ship to. Wo mako liberal advances on consignments. Besides wo havo better facilities than other houses In haying many lanro factories to supply. Wo get you the top prico and pay spot cash; uot iu trade. No traveling agents. Snip nil your wool and form produoe direct to HERNDON-CARTE- R WOOL. WOOL. HO Third Street, or 313 to 310 Murrell Court, CO. LOTJISVILIiE, KY. LE SS27.. WrrrttituJpSIrraMf6' ,fl,oZZZ, GREAT BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOLOF ', ), Hunduds cr craduatis holding fine positions. TE SOUTH. 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"' y-- - " 3-fW- ewwiAai.'Wr- mu, ay stimuli atp SXsswSattsj v e Iff iwijtf laiifrfliiirMc:;; -- t&fiU33Gt4 warississssKBttcatAri sac.Trs-r.- r I K lfMtffl ifrfcAilM N" Interior Jourm Stanford, Kv., - THE ARENA OF SPORT. rpl.A w1tA.vrk ' RELIGIOUS THOUGHT. YOUTHS' DEPARTMENT. Dec. 4. 1 "9 I E. C. WALTON, Business Manager. den, N. J. Education Does Not Eradicate Sin. . A pnro heart cannot bo acquired through intellectual developments. Sin cannot bo eradicated from tho soul by any process of education or mental development. It does not begin with tho head. Rov. G. K. Flack, Episcopal, Chicago. Tho Tower of Union. Union and victory, nnion and poaco, union nnd life. Not to tho vehement nnd tho violent, but to tho gentle, and tho tender, nnd tho wise, must wo look for tho spirit and policy that shall win for us tho last citadol of worldliuess. Rov. Frank Tyrrell, Christian, St. Team matches botweeu Oxford aud Louis. phia. Tho Source of Light. Cambridgo on tho other sido havo been icssons of tlio Seasons. In tho midst of all our invoution, dishold for many years aud havo been Tho springtimo has nbcrnt it all tho freshness and beauty of tho morning of among tho leading intcrcollegiato fix- covery and boasted knowledge wo need life, and itcomes tous laden with sweet tures of tho two colleges. Oxford has to remember that not ouo steady ray of concerning duty odors and bright hopes, with swolling won eight times and Cambridgo niuo light has boon found or destiny. All tho light that wo havo times. Exchange. sumbuds and bursting blossoms. Tho upon tho groat problems of tho soul mer gives ns tho full richness of sun life, come from him who hath brought "Hfo Anxious For the Fight. tho ripening corn aud fields of harvest, Now that Bob Fitzsimmons has gono aud immortality to light through tho which toll of tho full primo of Hfo when to San Francisco, where ho ia matched gospcL" Rov. Virgil E. Rorcr, Methmen and women aro full of intellectual vigor. Tho autumn is liko tho long arm to moot Tom Sharkey in a ton round odist, Philadelphia. There Is m Hell. of tho evening, when tho shadows aro contest beforo tho Occidental Atbletio CoDsciouco is tho sentiment of tho lengthening. It tells us of maturity. It club on Dec, 0 for a parse of 10,000, tolls us of decline. Winter is liko tho tho sporting men of this country only bouI and remorso its pain. Hell has niaht which men call death, but which . hopo that nothing will prcvont tho con- - bocomo a myth in auy physical eouso, is merely sleep, although it looks liko test from taking place. Every ono la but consoienco and remorso remain. Tho death. Wo call it a picture of death, anxious to sco what chanco Sharkoy has man of sin may sneer at tho traditional but it is only a picture of sleep. Rov. with Fitzsimmons. Whilo they aro per-- hell, but tho holl of suffering in body M. Hawoa, Presbyterian. Louisville. fectly satisfied that Lanky Bob will and mind for broken laws remains. In win, thoy aro at present making bets on these, as iu tho finer molding of lifo ittho number of rounds Sharkoy will last self, pain has its mission and in n SKY PHOTOGRAPHY. Tho general opinion is that Sharkoy will measuro justifies its existence Rev. R. Exposures Made nt a Height of Ono Thou- not last any moro than fivo rounds. A. Whito, Uuiversaliat, Chicago. I Fitzsimmons said beforo leaving on Satsand Feet Above tho Earth. Good From KvlL William A. Eddy. Henry L. Allen urday that if Sharkey is uot a hotter I havo heard many colored persona and Robert M. Allen succeeded in tak-- ' man when ho moots him than ho was on fny tuat tho refusal of landlords and ing 14 midair kito photographs of tho night that ho boxed with John L. agents to rent houses they wauted ha Printing Houso squaro and City Hall Sullivan in Madison Squaro Garden y j been tho caueo of thoir purchasing one can bet that ho will put Sharkoy j homes of their own. Such evidences as park. Now York, election day. Tho ex- - j perimeut is expected to show whether to sleep beforo four rounds aro over. theso havo been verified in tho south as tho groups of persons watching election Now York World. well as in tho north. Just so iu tho con-- ! returns wcro visible at a groat height fusion of tongues. God mado such a conCyclers Aro to Blame. Tho kito fliers began work at 8 ' fusion a means of helping to carry out o'clock, and by means of fivo kites, 0 ' Thero havo been about 18 fatal bicy- - his great plan of salvation. Rov. W. and 7 feet in diameter, tho camera was clo accidents this year in aud about Now B. Henderson, African Methodist, Pittslifted to a height of about 1,000 feet. York, and with only two or threo ex- burg. A World of Struggles. Owing to light and variablo winds, Mr. ception.0 tho cyclers havo been to blame. Eddy failed to maintain a good line of Six cyclers havo beou run over by trucks Tho world is full of struggles aud alkites in tho air until about 11 o'clock. or wagons, aud four of theso accidents ways will be, struggles for powor among Tho pull was very light, being from 18 wcro duo to carelessness on tho part of tho worldly ones and struggles for eo- to SO pounds, but during tho afternoon tho riders themselves. Four havo been clesiastical exaltation, but tho spiritual tho wind strengthened, aud tho photo-- 1 run down by cablo cars as a result of struggle will go justsofur as Christiangraphic exposures wcro rapidly made, j riding in tho cablo slot. There havo ity rules tho world. It will dio out if At 5 o'clock tho light was so bad that been three collisions between wheelmen modern skepticism gots tho upper hand. tho camera was removed, and threo riding iu opposing directions becauso of So tho Christian spirit, struggling for flags, 8 by 5 feet in size, wero Bent up transgression of tho rulea of tho road. a higher lifo, should guard against thoso in its place, but to u much greater Thero was ono accident from coasting influences, and in tho .ilout conflict height Tho oastorly winds carried tho and four that wero duo directly to care- that may not bo shared by any other kites, flags and camera toward the lessness. It would seem that with theso forgo onward toward tho light of otcr-nexamples beforo them wheelmen would happiness that shinos beforo him. North river. Now York Horald. exercise moro caution. Buffalo Ex- Rev. Dr. James O. Murray, Princeton press. Marvelous Results. University. From a letter written by Rev. J. Gunderrain, Onr GoardUin Augels. Dimondale, Mich., we sre permitted to make Suspension. of Titus Tired of this extract: "I haven't hesitation in recommendIf wo would but seo with eyes of Frod Titus, tho old class B racing ing Dr. King's Nfw Discovery, as the remits bo orderivere almost marvelous in the case of my wife. cycler, who is now under tho ban of lifo faith, perhaps our livos would While I was pastor of the Baptltt church at hives suspension from all L. A. W. races, feels ed differently, perhaps our feet would Junction she was brought down with pneumonia fnmV11t nnrl T. ft bo less swift to seek tho devious paths succeeding la grippe. Terrible paroxisms cf cough, r.rrIn.fw1 .Lint "I inp wocild last lor hours with little intermission Cabanno; rightcousu, more ready to enter w o were suVnded with ' ?,' and it seemed aa if she c.uU not survive them. A narrow way that leadeth to eternal Dr. King's New Discovery; him, aro again racing, .i.ii tho loaguo friend recommended life, and surely if tho ears of our heart It was quick in its work and highly salltfactrry in results'' Trial bottles free at W. B Mcltoberts' officials refuse to tako any notice of his wero quick to hear tho whisper of our Drug Store. Regular slit 50c and $1. claims for reinstatement. Titus has our oyes to behold tho mado repeated appeals to tho racing angels' voices, presence of our angel guardians, our Electric Bitters. Electric Ultters is a medicine suited for any board for reinstatement Ho has now lives would bo holier and huppior, for in the decided to send n petition to tho nasrtson, but perhaps more generally (Spring, when the languid, exhaus'ed feeling pre- - tional assembly for a romoval of his happiness is only found in righteouswliun ilia liur is Snvnlil irlfl aliirrTiah 1 .ila ness, aud tho nugels of light aro tho the need of a tonic and alterative is felt A prom pi suspension, UUd it is Said that ho will messengers of tho God of righteousness. use 01 this medicine hat often averted long and ask Chief Consul Potter to present his perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine will Rov. Father Charlos J. Powers, Snu and freeing the petition to that assembly. It is expected act more surely in countei cling Francisco. avstem from ilia malarial poison. Headache, inbo reinstated. yield to EUcirle that tho speedy racer will Tho arodel Wife. digestion, constipation, dlznn-sbitters. Only jjc per bottie at W. B. Mcttobeitt Every man blessod with a good wifo drug store. Bowl Ins Tour. A kuows that n largo measuro of his sucAnother tour of Brooklyn bowlers cess, usefulness and elevation is to bo similar to that of last season is being attributed to tho companion of his arranged. Tho team will lcavo Now choice It is not posiblo for all women OF York on Jan. 20, playing tho samo to bo learned or tokeeppaco in intellecevening either in Goshen or Middle-tow-n, improvomout with thoir husbauds, N. Y. Buffalo will bo tho next tual they can study to gain in discretion but stopping place, where two days will bo in proper control of tho tongue. If spent playing championship games with and temper they thoir speech with charity, tho Buffulo Icaguo clubs. From Buffalo if thoy cultivato loving thoughts and the men will go to Niagara Falls, then express them in words of kiudues and OF FINE to Pittsburg, Wheeling, Bollairo, O., sympathy, thoy aro euro to promote a Cincinnati, Louisville, St Louis, Kan ! sas City, Lawrence, Kan., und Chicago, spirit of harmony and good feeling in homo and in tho social cirolo in A regular schedule of games will bo tho which thoy move. Rov. Stephen W. High-Bre- d Jacks and Jennets, mapped out in tho abovo named towns 24 Dana, Presbyteriun, Philadelphia. against tho strongest teams. 50 Polled Angus Cattle, The Cholco of 1'rofeMton. Horses, Mules, Sheep, Hogs, No singlo act of a man's lifo has for Captains. Football Farming Implements, Corn, Tho captains of some of tho different him and his dependents suob farrooch-In- g Oats and Hay. results involved as tho choice- of a collego football teams in tho country aro as follows: Harvard, Wrightington; profession. How a calling in lifo ia to As Executor of W. B. Cecil, deed., I will on Yulo, Murphy; Cornell, Beocham; bo chosen ia ono of those things which Princeton, Cockran ; Pennsylvania, cannot bo answered In a word, but it is Friday, and Wharton; Lafayette, Wallbridgo; Wil- fair to say that aptitude, education, oapitol and circumstances should all bo liams, Ryan; Amherst, Warren; 06003311361 carefully oonsidored, Competition has McCor-mad- k Gonsnlos; Dartmouth, ; University of Stanford, Fiokert ; becomo eo keen, and the flight of tlmo 1806, make sale of the above land and personal property. University of California, Ransomo; relatively so much moro aw if t than over On THURSDAY, Dec. 10, at the home place University of Illinois, Boobo; Brown beforo, that no mistakes can bo mado, f mile from of the late W. II. Cecil, about opporthe city oi Danville, Doyle County. Ky., the university, Colby; Carlialo Indians, and few men aro ovor given tho Jacks, fennels. Horses, Sheep and some cl the Pierce; University of Michigan, Sorter. tunity to cbooso a profession twice So Corn will be sold and on Friday Dec. n, the 1.130 much time is lost and so many limitaAcres of Land, situated on the Danville and PerSportlnur Notea. tions havo been created after ono dery villa turnpike road, in Boyle county, Ky., about 4V4 miles west 01 Uie city 01 uanvme, ana men Ottinger may trot iu tho oast next cision that it usually remains a decision mainder of the pei raonal property will be sold The Ho is at 3:0D, but can trot for lifo. Rov. A. A. Berlo, Oongrega-tionalissecond day's sale will be ncla en tne isnas ouerca season. for sale. Boston. still faster. These lands are of the best Blue Grass quality, The Bible. splendidly watered, in a high state of cultivation, President Maffit of tho St Louis Fair well fenced, with good building and unusually Tho extremists aro wrong. Tho Biblo barns. The land will be association states that ho will retire large and Dec. 1 at tho annual meeting of tho as- is uot an infalliblo book, nor is it all offered in three parcels, and alio as a whole. Ten Jacks will be sold. They are by such sires sociation. error. It is not an unholy book, nor is Napoleon. Seven are ready as Giant. Paragon and it; holy in ovcry dotail. It is not tho for service, two yearlings, and one weanling Goorgo Muuroo, tho American boxer, aged Jennets, all KourternhighbredIennets.il work of ignorant men, nor is it tho on Brood Mares, is doing woll iu England. Ho got a do-bred, and three yearlings. Filleen all bred to approved Jacks. Six head of standard cisiou ovor Jack Malonoy in ten rounds ly work of God. It is not nil legond und bred mares and fillies. Ten head of geldings and myth, nor is it all trno history and nt Lambeth tho other night fillies. Be en head of work mules sU 3 T It is not a tissuo of falsehood, mules, two yearlings, sis mules, 13 2 Brny, tho Lafayette collego full baok, uor is absolute truth. weanlings. It is not all tlio it Polled Angus cows played left field on tho Capo May base Forty head of absurd outpourings of illiterato men, Angus bull, 16 extra calves, ball team and heifers, one Polled last summer und was about uor is it all tho highest aspirations of six Jersey cows and neueis, 300 sneep, '"" nogs , tl)0 Only good OUtlleldor OU that team. All kinds of farming implements binders, mow genius. It is a combination of both. It crs. harrows, Ac . and t.jco barrels of corn, 3,001 son of Pilot is a symbol, nn emblem, an aspiration Jaok, tho fodder, u.tee stacks o oats, fivo ticks nl timnthv hav Alodium, camo pretty near matting a of tho child of earth after tho Father in TERMS. The lands will be sold for world's record when ho won a third heaven, an iutonso yearning of tho huin equal payments at ia and a cash, and residue months, with 6 per cent, per annum interest, parheat at St. Joseph, Mo., recently in man soul after its Divino Maker. It conable annually. on deferred payments, and lien re. property all sums under 2:13. tains all tho fallacies duo to human autained. The personal $ij cash in han. and 8ij and over at 90 days, with H. H. McLano, an American in Lon- thorship, all tho mistakes incidental to 6 percent interest and note with good surety nedon, will offer a trophy worth 100 to human thought. Tho truo lover of the gotiable and payable in bauk. Sale will commence each day at so o clock. tho Heuloy regatta stewards, to bo com- Biblo will acknowledge this. It is tho Any person desiring to make further inquiry peted for by the crows from tho leading enemy of tho good book that demand! will write to or call on the undersigned, and pedigrees of jicks and jennets furnished en applicacollegos of Great Britain and the United moro. Rabbi J. Leonard Levy, PhilaS. B CKCIL, Executor. tion. delphia. Sta'cs. T. D. ENGLISH, Auct'r. and Columbia. Harvard was invited, Meet Trials nnveljr. o but did not accept. Rutgers has a numrensou to Every child of God has ber of plnyers that bo will havo troublo in this Brunswick Golf that play on tho Now club links, whilo Aminnumerlife. Who is thero nmoug tho multitude of saints of God that herst, Dartmouth, Exeter and other Now able colleges havo courses and golfwears tho diadem that obtained it England conflict? Even Jcsns endured tho ers, clover and enthusiastic. without It is quito probablo .at tho United bitter agony of tho cross before ho reachtho throno ho now occupies; so wo States Golf association will father tho ed mnst havo triale. Wo ought to meet movement to hold an intorcollegiato hnm hmvnlr. God is our holnor. Thoso championship next year, as suggested who "fight tho good fight of faith" will , by James Shields Murphy of Tho Golfer, u u.u ijurouuu win no doubt bo difi' mnnnor eventually. Who lights with Though swords cussed by tho executivo committee and God is snro of winning. A bo needed and tho battlo hot, God's presented nt tho annual mooting. Btrong arm will bo our defense, Rov. movement was also suggested for nn intorcollegiato team championship. W. L. McDowell, Methodist, Philadelpre-enmT. . r in Im- - Oems of Troth Gleauwd From tho Tcl-ata- sj of All Denominations. crease. Recently Colombia oollesro stn- Thoro nro 100 hypocrites in tho world deuts organized n clnb. Tho men of tho College of tho City of Now York and to ouo 111 tho ohurch. In aickuoss ami in tbo University of PcnnsylvnninhnvonlBO.teit,8llnf nono ia so welcome as formed olubs. Tho othor colleges that tho friend found in tho church. Rov. havo entered teams aro Yale, Prinooton Sanford M. Nichols, Mothodist, Camw1 S ltVta J.S.. ! "NMijy," a Truo Story cf a Wise Cat. Craft of tho Common Spider-So- w tho Tumble Woed Travels. Mr brother Jfcxl, who lm a fancy For jx'ts ot nil sort, tiroupht ono day Homo koUMkIi to tlio room whero Nnncy, WINTER MARKET LAMB. With tor four ktta bosldo her, lay. thought It rather risky. It IIiui llcen Fattened nntf I For And inothur nro fond, of fish, my dear, "For cnta tho lltitclicr. And kittens onn't holp being frisky. Tho lamb in tho picturo is n fall born I wouldn't put temptation near." nuimnl that has been roared and mado Dut tho rUm bowl, with vntor brimming, ready for tho midwinter market at tho in tho light. Stood nil ago of between 3 aud 4 mouths. It will And round nnd round tho gollflnh rwlinmlng Worn tvnlly Mich protty Blunt bo seen from its horns that it is a Dor-ETli.it Nid jmtoHtl: "1 hlinll touch hor Tlioy'ro not for her to touch," ho mild. Tho illustration iscopiod from Tho And, lifting up tlio purring creature. Rural New Yorkor. Professor Wing Ho tapped her smartly on tho bond. says in that paper that ho considers the "Attention, PttssI 800 lirm a ralnuto" nniinul in this picturo "nn ideal typo Aa Nnnry wjulrmcd bommth his thumb "ThoMi fish nro mlno. nnd you'ro not In ltt of fat lamb, ready for tho butcher." You'll catch what 1'ndily Iravo tlio drum. If you want to raiso lambs for tho And mom WIiUh. first timo I find you 80 much m winking nt 'cm. Boxjf winter markets of courso tho Dorset Just tuck that in your noddle, mind you. ewo, crossed with a proper breed, will And koop'n nharp lookout for rnol" bring tho best results. Tlio Dorsots and ITo put her down, nil rough nnd fluffy, Shropshircs mako a first class cross. And Nnncy gavo lierxolf a shako Tho Dorset owes aro about tho only ones And marched off, toll up, mighty huffy, Dut looking very wldo nwnke. that can bo bred as early ns Juno. That "Hlio knows which sldo hor brvad la burtorodi" Laughed Ked. "Sho knows tho goorfo banc is two mouths earlier than other owes. hlKbl" Professor Wing bcliovcs that tho cross- But mother still brr warning uttered, ing of a Southdown ram with Dorset "Sho'll out thoso KoUlflah by nnd by." owos will mako a mutton lamb as nearhe declared ly perfect as can bo got When tho Dor- "Not nhol" Andwas nobody' ho'd risk It. fool. "Why, Nnncy set ram is crossed npou ordinary ewes, Ilo'd but his bond nealnst n biscuit Sho wouldn't!" o ran off to achool. tho lambs mature earlier. thltiff or other Of thooaroaud feed of both tho breed- For iomo doraentloUrldjret's duloot tono Thero came, In ing owes aud tho hothouso lambs Pro- Boon afterward, aall for mother. fessor Wing writes iu Tho Rural: And then tlio cat was left alone It takes a good shepherd to caro for StralKhtway, peroolvinit alio waa abla tho owes during pregunucy, to bring Her Httlo plan to curry out, them safely to tho largo feeding of grain Nancy Just lenj-- l upon tho tablo And took tho kittens, turn about. necessary to tho great produotion of Then showing them tho Qsh, precisely milk for tho lamb fattening, and to As Nid had shown thuni her before, look nfter tho baby lambs, avert not Bho boxed each pair of earn qulto nicely And not them back upon tho floor. cure their littlo ills and seo that thoy never suffer either the discomforts of If mother bad uot neon her do It hunger or tho death pangs of overfeed- - (Tlio door was open Just a crack. through it And ho could easily A to tho nom sho hurried back) Vou mightn't giro tho ftory credit. Hut uvery word Is Jnst an truo As If George Washington had wild It And dono It with bis hatchet too. Another thing is true tu surely, That, unmolested from that day, The goldfish sw lm around securely, And not 11 kit will wink thoir way. Neil lauglm when jvoplo talk about It, lU-rul- y 11 et John R. McLean's Great Newspaper, Without a single exception, there beyond 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. prices for the Daily The Enquirer have been maintained, and its circulation largely increased each year; hard limes and cheaper jour- nals 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 50 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 truth 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 cn tcrprisc in minor matters as well as those of greater magnitude. is old-tim- e 1 1, , . y I ov-cr- ir vou AKGOINO. I And unsworn, Junt as cool ns cool, He know qulto woll enough without It That Nancy was nobody'H fool. tfORTHWIST. .THK . -- St. Nicholas. , , ! IIOTHOUhE LAM II. al ing. Next, it is a habit Unit must bo acquired like other bubit. Tho ewo must get into tho habit of dropping herlamb-- i early. Tho man must get into tho habit of providing suitable food and of attending to tho httlo charged with tho regularity and caro that ho would expend iu u human nursery. Tho picturo shows, perhape, nn ideal T nee-le-d r s EXECUTOR'S SRL6 1.130 ACRES ! Blue - Grass Land - typo of fat lamb, ripo for tho butcher, perhaps a trifle too old to bring the tup price. I will briefly givo her history. Her mother was born among tho hills of Dorsetshire, of a raw that, for centuries, has been accustomed to dropping its lambs nt tho curliest season. When sho was a yearling, she wiw bred, and her first lamb, a single, was dropped iu the fall of 804. Shu suckled him through tho winter, and was well but carefully fed to devolop her milking qualities. This first ram proved it show animal, so was uot butchored, although of perfeotion in quality. When tho next lambing timo camo, tho ewo dropped twins, ono of which was accidentally killed. Sho win strong and well nouiishod, so gavo plenty of milk. As soon ns tho lamb was taking nil of her milk, sho was given moro nnd richer food until soon sho win eating all that sho wanted of this mixture: 100 pounds; wheat bran, 100 pounds; oilmen), 25 pounds, with all tho clover hay that she wontod. Tho ewes und lambs wero uot confined nt all after tho lambs wcro strong enough to stand tho cold, but ran in and out of nn open shed as they pleased. It is probablo that quicker fattening might havo been scoured had tho owes and lambs boon kept iu, howover, at tho cxpanm of ultimata strength and vigor, which it wus my wish to havo as groat as possible. J Com-mea- l, The Common Spider. Tho common garden spider, which wo aro in tho habit of regarding as a nuisance, is noverthi'lecs well worth atLouisville 4 NaaHVluc R. n. tention. In tho first plaoo, it powMC industry, patience nnd persoveranco in Is ths hue for you, as its o n high degree, and if foiled iu its or interrupted iu its labors it Blouble makes fresh attempts till victory is Mils clou conncctless at This spider, too, Ih hi noticeable OUISVILLE And CINCINNATI for tho Uautiful markings of its body For all points. as it is for tho lightness and olaitio IIROUr.H TICKETS SOLD. I1AGGAGK C1IECKKD 11IKCUGH of tho web which it constructs. For any lolorrpili-- t ttaMttot Whou hcen in a good light by tho aid JOKS. HICK. Atsnt, of n magnifying glass, its beauty is then Susford, Ky peon, but it is tho borntyof n boast fully of prey. Tho way in which its web is constructed is very interesting. It begins by making tho outline, pausing from ouo leaf or twig to another, fixing tho thread Xrw Line irtwrru Cincinnati, as it proceeds until tho first circle U completed. Tho next step ii to fill tho circle up by linos radiating from tho fixes its center. To do tills tho Solid Trains, thread to kjuio convenient port of tho Fast Time. circular outline. It then pauses carefully Excellent Equipment. along tho circular lino, keeping tho thread it is now spinuing free with its Inaugurated May 24. o hind feet nntil it reaches tho spot THK SCHKDULF, to that whero it begun aud fixes it I.ve Cincinnati 9 00 a, ru.&MHS p. " 1 U p. m. 135 a.m. there, mi that tho area is now crowed by Air. Tolfdo 4ija.ro, 5 4) p.m. a thread Tho npider then logins at tho Arr. Detroitrnschr anil par'ar cars on ilsy trslus. Thrnnth middle of thin thread, fastens another, Thnmch coicaii, Wagner Merplnc Cars Cincirj. nmi '( Tolfilo and Uncmnaii to Detroit on night carrying it to tho outer rirelo and fixing trains. it, and so on until the circlu is filled up tto srrtlcc bflwrcn Cincinnati. Toledo ami Do- with tlio radii. Having tested its trod i as toon am nuit nkw vokk link, AS ' OOO ASODK CHICAGO LINK strength, it now liegim at tho centir AS GOOD AS OUR ST LOUIS LINK. with tho circular lines. The first rings Iluj our tickets thiouth via "Hie Four." For ("11 Information call on agents or address aro pretty clo-s- together, but are graduD. II MARTIN, MU'OKMACK, ally widened as they recede from tho K. OPass TrstlcMzr. Gen. I'm. A Tkt. Act, center and arosectirely fixed to tho radii. When finished, it proceeds to tho center, bites olT tho points of tho lines which meet thero by this modo tho not is Only Dnect LIlc lit twee d mado more elastic. It thou takes up n position iu tho center and watches for its prey. Some of theso spiders lurk unShortest and quickest between der a leaf or in a corner and havo lines of communication with tho not which Frankfort, Georgotown and Paris. servo to inform them when thoir pruy is Ask lor Helen via Kentucky Midland. Traits run by Central Standard Tiro. entangled. Then tlio spider is quickly Time. Tab! Nov. 10, 1(96. poor victim is on tho spot and tho pur-posd. Daily Trains dol-icac- y "Big Four" Toledo and Detroit. opjK-sit- . Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati nnd Frankfort d. IKAINS KAST. No. a. m. 1. Thursday Yftlnable Wool. 10 and 11 cne-hal- Lo-hig- h, Tho Australian Merinos took thoir rieo from sheep imported into tho colonies from tho United States, uotably from Vermont If ono wanted now to find tho finest specimens of this breed in tho world, bo would probably go to Australia for it Tho Australians took tho American Merinos and bred tho kinks out of horn. Tho Australian Mo- - t, I , d . j 6 5s a 40 How tho Tumblo Wood Travels. A 00 liV Kranktort " Klkborn.. J J t so 7 e8 Tumblo weeds spread themselves in Stamping Uround 7 tj 148 " 311 wholesulo fushion. St Nicholas tells ' Georuetownll, 7 45 t 15 330 J to 7 jo 334 instead of sending tho separate Arr. C. S. Depot that " Fans ..C..... I 30 4 10 4 ij seeds out into tho world with wings or t. 10. 4. to carry them tbo wholo plant TRAINS WEST. No. 1. No.m. No.m. No. n, hairs p. a. in. p. a. breaks off near tho root whou thoso aro Lvs Paris C...... 9 co 5 50 00 3 6 30 " C. 8. Depot 9 jS ripo aud goes rolling along tho ground 6 40 " Georgetown B o 40 634 343 beforo tho wind. Tho buro sun scorched " Stamp's Gro'd 9 38 6 53 717 ' Klkborn 10 16 7 11 7 53 deserts of tbo great wost produoo several I 13 Arr Frankfort A, 1030 713 tumblo woods, and thero aro eomo in tho prairio region. It is natural that All trstnt dally except Sunday. The Kentucky Midland Railway and connse they should bo most abundant whoro 'Jons form the shortest and cheapest routs to all thoro nro no hills nor trees to stop them Doints South, Kast, North and West. For further information apply to their agents. iu their oourso. Cut wo havo ono tumC. D. 1IEHCAW, Gen. Fast. Agent.. blo weed in tho cast tho old witch GtO. 11. 1IARPKH, Itecr ft Gen.Supt grass, so called maybo because it rides Frank foil Kv tho wind liko an old boldamo. In September this grass sproads its hoad, or Sclenllflo American paniclo, with hnirliko purplo branches, jk Agenoy format in every sandy field. When tho Beeds nro ripe.iho plants nro blown across tho field, often piling up iu masses along fences and hedgerows. No j. No. 7. p. la. p. m. 1 ....... i 1 Threo Littlo Tadpolos. :' Threo littlo tudiioli .1 wit on a bench, Learning their iilphnliot, But they didn't kuow A, thoy woro bothered byU, And U they woro npt to forgot. Threo littlo tndpolex Ktood In a row, All of thorn blushing at onco, For ovon a tadpolu foeld wmiewhnt aahamod When ho woan a tull cap labeled "Dunoe." Threo littlo tadpoles dlvod Into a pool And swam soven inches from tlio shore. "At thin distance," thoy cried, "wo aro safe from puruult, 80 wo won't go to school any moro." HI! klklklkm ear-ol- d W m aSttBBBBB- year-ol- d . I I high-grad- e man rniCKD kam. d one-thir- d rinois larger, smoother and denser wool-eaud has fewer wrinkles about its throat aud less gnm in its floeco than tho original Amorican ancestor of tho breed had. Tho ram in tho picturo is u product of New South Wales and was sold to his present owner for $8,4UO. Ho is a Merino of tho purest blood aud highest During tho early ages ono form of typo. An Amorican Merino ram onco for regicides was to Bold iu Australia for $10,200, and that punishment "flrflipn" sTilff urftli n tfrif rf VAtr- lis tb) highest price ever paid for hot iron. iheep. - mwn v, v,ui For Information and rn-- ilandtxxik write to MUNN CO. Ul IlnOADWAT. Mw Yonsr. Oldest bureau for seciirlnrr patents In America. Kvery pnUnt taken out hyu la lirotiRht tWoro Uiu public by a notleo elren tno of cliaruo In U10 t- CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS - sftfettliSf JVtWMCM Larseat circulation of any aelentlflo paper In tho world, hplt'niltillr Illustrated. N liitclllirent man should Iw without It. Wcl Ir, .1.0(a ft jean IJOalxmonth. A'ldn.MUN City.CO,," Vvbushuu, 301 UruuUwoy, New York tn 1 WANTED-A- N tnlng to patent? l'rotect yourliieas t they may bring vou weaitn. write juii.i wkuusiik BUlfN & CO., Patent Attorneys, Washington, U. 0., for their $1,800 prim offer. IDEAoTM jfflja wiwwwiiiuuu.j ,m,u.-g- f- 'M'WLLKLYlNTERIOFiJniiiM Weudiko presontn at Danks'. Auction begins l)c. - 7, Monday. Givo " lasses. New barrel ol Pnre New Orleans Mo Higgins & McKinney. Stanford, Kv., - Dec. 4, 1896 Bio success at fitting spectacles. us a trial. Craig & Hocker. Bio stock of Holiday Goods to open next week. WBrren A Shnnk. E. C. Walton, Business Manager. , Ouk trusses give eiiisfacllon, Hocker 110. Craig 75c and You will pleaeo call and settle your with W. II. Wenren & Cd. nt once. ac-cj- You should tnko your (ireflcriptioiiB to Hbixz'b milieu mentfl, apple butter etc. Pennj'Vdruj! storo where prompt mid nt Higgins &McKlnnoy'fl. accuratuHervicti In guaranteed. Tiiyb box of Price Hays', soap. Tho veusuna points. beat medicated soap in the market. ' Ab wu no to prH3 wo learn Uiihhit property Ht Crab Orchard for Good ol tlitultmth of Mr. Ureenbt)ry HriKiit, rent. Sen Daii HoIiiihii. Mrs. KatoMc-GeLondon. which occurred at U v. t Ho wns flfl Iflst August. ruinTiil nt 10 a. m. SaturGit a doll non- and have plenty of time to dreaa it for Xinas. Full line nt day Ht ohurch. Miis. J. II Ykaouii 1h visiting friemlB Craig it Hocker's. in Danville. Mkaslib. -- Ulack measles are raging nt MihsMaky Kay Ima returned from Middlehurgnnd a number of schools In Crittenden. tlmt stction have been controlled to close. Hon. H.U. Wauiikn wont to LexingWniLurendiri. hig iHrd the other ton Tumduy. MlbH Doha UaUuiimaN Iibb returned day Mr. George It Cooper hnd thH to Iohh about 7fi pomide by letfrom Danville. Miss Junmk MtKiNNKY is visitinK tho ting it scorch. T I Mu. A.G Huffman, the dairyman, who is in position to know, says thero are 02 families In town who Bell milk when they have tho opportunity. tlio entertainment nt tho this, Friday afterncoi, nt 'J ''clock. Tho program is a good one nnd all who go will bo welcomed and College enter-tnined. - ItEMKMnBii e, - McKt-ndrt-- Kntkiitainment. The Caledonian Society will given free shosv at tho courthouse Saturday night. 12th, to which overjbody is invited. Mr. Jack llesziey says an unusually Interesting program will be presented. r Misses Hoed in Hoy It). Mu, It. It. Oh.nthv is up.from Ander-Bo- n to move hin family thither. Miih. II, N. ItoLLKH went to Now Haven yeBterday to visit relatives. Mies Minva I'aiik I'iieli'h, of Mndl-ao- n, whb KKUiBt at "CabIIo Cobb." Mil. A.M) Mkb. L. M. Wkstkhfirld nro visitinK hia parents nt rarkaville. Jaiuh Shout, of Middlehuri ia at tho Jotuph Price Infirmary for treatment. Mks, Maiiy Witiikhb, of Cincinnati, in viaitinK her relative, Mr. V. W. With, ere, KditoiiJamxb Maket, of tho Mt. Ver-no- n Wnul, w as hero a short while Tuei-day. Held. Louis Lynn, who killed Tom Howard, another Negro, near Halls Gap, had hin examining trial yesterday, when a very damaging case was mado out J. L. Hhuck adm'r. of Dr. J. P. dee'd, will Hell at public Halo in against him, resulting in his being held Stanford, on Dec. II (county court) at 11 to the grnnd jury, which convenes in Beesion on the 8th inat, without o'clock, 10 shares of Btock in k. special bail. Flan-nagan, mis-fortu- Hustnn-vlllebnn- A. A. McKinney haa rented the handsome new store room of Judge J. W. Alcorn on Lancaster Blreet and will move her stock of millinery into it soon. Movu.-Mr- Will H. Mil. 0. F. Kt.AK, of Lebanon Junction, was with his old friends hero this Tiik L. it N. received HO car loads of export cattle from Paris Tuesday, which had to b taken to Norton, Va , at the rate of 10 miles per hour. It took two engines to pull them. roof 9 m Good Man. Mr. L. O. Hulburd, who is taking a map of tho town for a New York firm, and who wouldn't let the Harrodsbutg boys run him, Is proving himself n good man to have around. Wednesday he discovered Mrs. Nancy B. WonerV house on fire and as quick ns lightM" t. helgot to the top of it and the lUmcs before much .dam-nev.hh done. It is not known how the e iMUght. wpek. Mn CiiaiilkySthwakt, the pninter, BBys that times muat be getting better for Mr. . I! Moses P.lmore had him put in a window light in the back of his store that haa were iieiu with relatives th'8 been out for 'JO yearn. week. , of LucHter, LruiiKii Owblky. Tiikkk is a regular card crze in social to)k the train hero for Kliztbethtown circles here. K.ichre and cii.ch are tho Tuesday. favorite gameB, I nt if it ia necessary most Mich Ukli'HA Xkwi.ani, ot Crab Orof tho lovers of cards can be induced to chard, apent Heveral dajH with Mim. (. J. play n social game of poker. Newland. t HeverRl SkTTLKD J. W. Adams and wife T. I). Newland daya with their daughters at Lebanon sent tho auditor n clieck for 13,500.00 Tuesday, balance duo for taxes of this Junction. Miss Ku.a May Saumikbb, of Living, county, having sent about iS.OOO before tin, spent several days with Mm. It. He is expecting his quietus Williams. Mu. Bailey C. Dkyk has returned Tiiikvks entered Tanner Bros. Btoro at from a protruded stay in Louiavillo and McKinney Wednesday night and got o'her titlia. away with about f I0J worth of clothing, Misswa Oi.uk Maiiuh and Katio Leo watcheB and notions. Entrance was Verier, of Danville, were guests of Miea by boring through the front door. Mary ilriire. Wanted -- 5,000 turkeyH and 2.000 Jok Mriii'HY, who sprained one of hia ankles two weeks ko, has not been ablo geesi; also chlckene, ducks, eggs, hide, furs, fetithi ra and ginseng. Write us for to walk a Mp since. prices. Car lots of livti poultry a speMks. Ma.nliy W. Tyiikk. of Clinton, Teiin . la the nut at of her mother, Mrs cialty. II. B. Northcott & Co., Lancaster, Ky. Wliham McKinney. and Misa Sllie Mm. Hulks Ht'iims Hkavy withJniHais forced the MisCook, of Hiiatonnillf, spent a few daya souri National Bank cf Kansas City to with relatives here. close its doors. None of the fctock is Mn. JamihTi'iskh,o( .leaaatiiiiie, ar- owned here but holders Mi the Metropolrived ycaterday to visit her parents, Itev. itan National of the same city nro nnenay, and Mrn. W. H. (Jiinatedd. though the report is triHt tho failure will Mjhs Liiia McAise, ol Lehinon, who not k fleet it. hai many friem'N here, will arrive Pahdonkd. -- Shortly ft r his arrival nt to visit Mlf) l'ewrl Hurnside. hit. daughter, the penitentiary, Gov. Hrndley pardoned Mu. J. H. ItiiuuiT nnd here so long Mrs. II. H. M'ila, who have had Boveio Sim Tuttln. who hi I in awniiiug the action of the court of bronchitis, nro impmvini:. ntuik.tof in his casti. Ho waa jonvicted ol Mihhh ansa and Hhbmk Mknh'SK to nidiu and abating in the killing of Willi Mlw lSettlntyOWHii Spued WiliniiiH in I.Hiirid. yesterday an I are he; t;neata. Mii..mi Miih. William Skvkiiasck AccidkstaI.ly Shot. Ditpiitj Shcriir wi entertain to iiiaht in honor of her M. G. ltiiynolds, wlio was hero WednesbIp er. MUb Annie I'icVett.of Finch vlllo. day, tells us that Frank Martin accidentMim Katmkiiink Waddlk. who has ally shot hiiiweif iu tlio tiowels while atbeen tho cueat of Mim'ti. Willie Hale, Wednesday to spend n tempting to rload his ptatolat Kuhanka went to London a few daya previous. Ho ia in a precariweik. DlMVUUHK, of IIllRtOIJ- - ous condition and the chances nre against MlrH MlNNIK ville, was here Wednesday. Khe denieB his rtcovery. the report that ho in an applicunt for Wi.NTHitcnma In with ttie mercury postmaster of her town. down to 11 and it Iiib hovered thereMu. William Dcskiivant, of th HIkIi-lan- about ever since, Wednesday reglotering Bection, has moved IiIh family to IS0 land yesterday Itr" The bitter cold 1'itteburp, where ho will bo connected haa caused much eullering, aa no one with tho Laurel Coal Co. was prepared for it after the long warm Mu. lv 1'. Woods, of Stanford, was tho spell. The signal service predicts a Kuest of his three charming daughters at slowly rising temperature. tho M. F.O., Friday and Saturday. GukskScauck. Jtck and LigeBeazley Hourbon News. Waihc, of Someraet, was on tell ub that they attempted to fill an orMb. 0. 1. d d train. Ho in- der for a of geeso for II. B. yeaterday's formed us that tha 0. 8. would soon be- Northcott it Co., of Lancaster, but found gin the building of new Bhops at that very few in the county. They failed to place. make a purchase and aro satisfied that Hamilton Adams, Frank Adams, John Lincoln county poople hold their geeso AdnuiB, Thomas Plumruor and Fred as close to their hearts as they do their all of the Goaben section, lolt with children if the price they ask is any intheir famillca lor Palmer, 111., Tuesday, dication. to reside. Ukkoroot. Mr. S. H. Shanks had a Am lpoant recentlon was to have been Paris laBt regular ''hog killing" time the other day. given Miss Annie Tribblo at night, by Mrs. Win, Hoard, butttieiieatn After killing and scraping a dozon or of her grand father necessitated hor re- more nice porkers he had them hung up to cool out. By eoiue means or other he turn homo and a postponinent. Clkbk Chaiilks II. Haydkn lorgot to have tho entrails removed and Postal passed a creditable examination before rioxt morning whon he thought of it the hogs weiestitl frozen. They had to be Snpt. Harrover, of Lnuisville, here 800 in 2J minutes thawed out before their insides could be Ho throw without making bii orror and wna given removed and tho trouble ho was put to procan be easier imagined than told. 100 by that gentleman. This should mote the clover young man. New Fiiim. On January 1st George B. CITY AND VICINITY. r Wearen, who has been for J. II. Baughman it Co. for years, will for auction. Lookout buy an interest iu tho buggy and imple Let Danks repair that watch. ment business of Mr. B. K. Bearen and prices. they will move to the Owsley store KLFdANTwedding gilts at low room, now occupied by Mr. W. P. Tate. Danks, the Jeweler. They will greatly increase their stock IIousb and lot on Whitley Avenue for and their house will be one of the largest in this section. Success to the new sale. 0. 0. Withers. Red and Black Arm. John Baughman will succeed Mr. BuTCHKii Knives, Sage, for the mill. Wearen as Pepper at Warren & Shanks'. and Miih. J. K. Hcki-man- , of Hus-toiivlll- c, !!. npt-n- to-da- ed ! Sammy, the son of Mr.. and Mrs. John P. Hubble, of tho McKinroy section, was fatally biiriipd a few days ago. Ho wbb playing with his sisters when his clothes caught from the grate and before assistance arrived ho was burned to such nri extent that lie died Tuesday nfternoon Mr. Hubble and wife were away from home at tlio time, but arrived soon a( terward to iwe their boy writhing in agony. Jennie and Beesia, sisters ol the unfortunate .Ittie fellow, did all in their power to extinguish the dimes but had It not been for the cook, an old colored woman, he would Imve been burned to n criap. The little body was laid to rest in the cemetery nt McKinney yesterday morning after appropriate services nt the grnvo by Revs. Grinstead nnd Davidson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubble have the sympathy of their many friends in this, their hour of trouble. Fatally Buiinbd three-year-o- ld to-da- y jil np-pt-n- ls ed Hue-tMivi- I Barhwioub. Mr. S. V. Kow'and, of Danville, tells un thnt 50 years ngo, he witnessed the trial of a Negro alave named, Isaac, the property of Win. Morse, of Madison county, for the killing of another Negro. A verdict of man black serge silk linings. In cheaper goods I have black cloth lined slaughter whs found and the punishment VF.W ADVEItTIHKMKVT'- with silk and trimmed with sutash braid and pacimentry. Other fixed at 39 lashes on his bare back and to be branded in the palm of tho hand witli cheaper goods in stock, but these are mentioned because of their a red hct iron. Mr. Rowland, then a boy special values. Come see style and quality and obtain prices of my of 15, saw both punishments infl cted full line. This will cause neither of us trouble it may pay both. nnd to this day he says he can pee the The Rodemer Place of 105 Acres, .N'egro writho na with his hand tied palm upwards from a plow handle he saw tho At Itowlaml, fur 1897 Splendid rntdpnen and 1816. hot metal fry itself to tho bone. For cur-- i gool uulhousci. J.l'imeioii Janus-- . 1.Ttujtce, S. OWSLEY. JR l Kv. isity's sake the other day while in Richmond, Mr. Rowland (xnmined the :" ItTceUnj;. records and found that hia recollection - stockhslderi ol the Nilional wna fully corroborated by thoni. This A meeting ot Hank Hmtonvillo will be hM tt their banking inhuman punishment was result of tho houso of Huuonville tli second Tuesday in , In 1807 between 9 and i n. m , tor thn purpose law which made the confinement of a of vlectioc 9 Directors to servo the ensiling year alave in thn penitentiary imroslhl(. The 79 J W. IIOCrCHK, Cashier. Spanish inquisition could have hardly F.very Purchase : rHeetlnjj. conceived anything more horrible. e MT. VERNON, JIOCKGASTLE CO Scarlet fever is prevailing among the children. Prof. L.M. Scrojgsand family report a delightful visit among friends in DanWe will begin to Auction our Splendid Stock of Goods on ville Thanksgiving week. New pupils nre enter'ng the College every week. Many teachers will come hero to attend school. -- Dr. Peyton, of Stanford, was called And Continue until our upon last ween to visit Misses Ida Miy nnd Elizabeth Adams, who have been quite ill. Tie frut tree agent in leaping n rich harvest. Mr. JMsha Bullock, Jr., Is disposed of. who delivered large orders at Wildie and Livingston, praise their citizens for promptneiB in culling for the trees. Many complain of having loet large quantities of pork during the recent warm weather. The present intensity cold weather is very auspicious for the work and butchering ia the order of the day. Messrs. Tyree it Parrott may well lie proud of their work uprin tho new Baptist church, which ia nearly finished. The bell is here nnd ready for nse nnd soon the sound of two church bells instead of one will reverberate from the hill tops. The Sunday school of tho Christian church will have a Christmas tree at the e Christmas Eve. All are to attend and put presents on it for friends. At the Presbj terian church also a tree decorated with presents for young and old will gladden many a heart. Do not forget God'a poor while rejoicing over the birth of His dear Son. I am still Sole Agent for the WaMiss Maytie Weber entertained a terproof of her young friends last Friday number evening with a delightful party; refreshments were served nt 9 o'clock nfter which all enjoyed that moat pleasant and instructive pastime, playing charades. Save yourself of Wet Feet and a cold by using Among those from a distance present a pair. were: Dr. John M. Williams, of Louisville, and Mr. R L. Joplin, of Wilmoro, two hnndsune schoolmates of the lovely hostess. The party nt Mr. D. N. Williams last Tuesday evening was highly enjoyed by MY STOCK OF- all who attended. Although taken by "atorm" Mis. Cleo Brown, the ever nfla-bl- e hostess, was equal to the occasion, while tho learned young lawyer, Mr. R. G. Williams, laid aside for the whllB the erudite professional nir nnd Tas a boy ngaln with ready wit anil courteous grace mnking nil feel nt home. Dr. John M. Williams is the guest of Though greatly reduced, is still in good shape, but I am making Mr. J. J. Williams. Miss Polly 0ens. some of Barboiirvilie, is the guest of her sister, Mro. Jones. Little Jesse Forrester membranous croup last Friday night. Her remains vtfTt taken to Knox-vlll- e for interment. All the members of Mr. John Marler'a family have been ill, and one child died. E'der Omer prearh-efour sermons while here. Several members of the family of Mr S. H. Mar-i- n. Mntabnrg, have been quite ill. Mr On garments left. Among them are some elegant Astricans, deR L Jonlin, ot Wilmnre. gladdenpd thn heirtsof the homefolks with a visit last scribing when opened ?. perfect circle. They are blue, green, brown, wek. and black in color and some have fancy linings, wh-lothers have TZ MONDAY, DEC. 7, 1896, ENTIRE STOCK W. H. WEARBN Sl CO. I now take this time to say I am in Merchant Tailoring to stay 1 give flies no chance to blow, The moss to sprout or grass to grow 111 try to give your money's worth, I want your trade, not the earth. Respect, JESSE D. WEAREN". oouri-hotiB- in-vi'- eJ DRY Well-Know- n HOOKER BOOTS. H. J. McROBERTS. -- WRAPS I di-dn- f d New PRICES W. fok Hi- zEezEisra1. H. SHANKS. S?-4- Stockholders' Janu-nay- ii Stockholders' d North-boun- car-loa- 01-li- s, Kirst A meeting of th stockbrlder of At tho invita- tional Iliiik of Stanford will bo held thetheir Naat hou tion of Dr. J (I. A. Stewart, who now owns fecon" Tiiesdy In January, 117. for I) rectors for the e nsu the nnd runs as n Sanitarium, the Kentucky me purpose o' electing McROHKRTS. Ca.hicr yrar JOHV J. Military Institute property, six mihs from Frankfort, Mre. Win Cbentham, : Mrs. D. W. Yandell and the writer, A meeting of the stockhooders of the Farmers members of the board of trustees of the Dank and Trust Co. will by held at their banking house first Wednesday in January, 1S97, Schools of Reform, visited the beautiful purpose of electing it Directors b r ensuingfor tne vear. week to investigate its eligibilJ II OWSI,K. Cashier p'uee this ity for the institutions, We found it a : magnificent property nnd well adapted for our purpose. Dr. Stewart's hospitalLINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. ity and kindness of heart is proverbial and he mado the trustees enjoy their Johnson Flms, Plaintiffs, vs.iThe Kings Mountain Canniog Co., Oeft. In Equity. visit greatly. He and his son, who is Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit a doctor, have in charge some SO or 40 said court, Court, epileptic and weak minded children, who 1896, inrendered at the October term of theaboe cause, toe undersigned Commissioner will on are being improved and taught many usefnl trades. These children call the - 22d, 1896, old gentleman "papa" and seem devoat Kingsville, Ky., sell at On the ted to him. He was superintendent of outcry premiseshighest and best bidder all public of the to the prooeny of the Feeble Minded Institute for years, real and persooal Canning Co. the delendsnt, the Kings The real property having been appointed by Gov. McOrea-ry- , consist Mountain of a certain Tract of Land upon which Is located defendant' and made the institution one of the grandest charities in the State, We are indebted to him, his excellent wife and popular son for a very pleasant stay with To wit, a piopcrty is frame building(0with basement. lows: Beginbounded as Said real them, as well as for a full insight in- ning at a stone on the Cincinnati Southern K. 13 poles 7 links to ;i stone, running N. to the splendidly equipped institution, corner to lVrcc's ji thence . 4a K. 17 links to a lot stone in said 1'ierce's line, theucc N. 51 K. 6 poles which has nearly every modern appli- a links to a atone, thence N. m W. 6 roles to a stone, thence S, 31 V aa poles 8 links to a stone ance for the comfort of his patients. The Stkwaht IIc-mk- . bank-it'- Stockholders' Mectinjj. From First Cost. Commissioner's A-- "W". 3P. Sale. 'Prevails T-A-TE. nl-b- o Much Sickness At this season of the year. You need medicine. What you buy ot drugs should be pure and fresh. I guarantee my goods of best quality. Have your prescriptions filled here. &Ugg4& 8G- Penny's Drug Store. Canning Factory, two-stor- y Hail-wt- y, Wed-needa- y. CHURCH CHIMES. Kec-dric- k, book-keepe- ' book-keep- er Elds, J. T. Sharrard and J. S. of Danville,, will exchange pulpits Sunday morning. PERSONAL, The Christian church at HuBtonvillo Engine made by the Sinker Hteam Uoiler, has given tho rent of its ptrsonage next One Co , Indianapolis, Ind., Pur of Large Davis Fairbanks Scales, a Lot of Tomato lloxes, Cans year to Mrs. W. L. Williams, wife of its and Crates used for shipping and hautlrg tomadeceased pastor. toes and all the tools and machinery now in said by the defendant and Rev. Paul V. Bomar has tendered building apdinused opeiatiou of said company FacCanning tbe Its receiver his resignation an pastor of the Baptist tor'. said real and personal property will be sold The church at Versailles to take charge of a to pay the debts of the Kings Mountain Canning Company. church at Marion, Ala. The said property will be told on a credit of ia approved personal security Hond Rev. J. W. Lynch, of the Baptist months. required with the purchasei or purchasers of trill be of Danville, has declined a flat- bearing interest from day of sale until paid, hav church tering call to the pastorate of the Wal- ing force and effect of judgments aud payable to R. C. WAHKEN, the commissioner. M. C. L. C. C. 79 nut Hills church, Cincinnati. on the line of right of way of Cincinnati Southern Hallway, thence S. alonK the light of vay to a slcnc, making the point whero said right of way widens by an oflet, thence iV ill an Easterly direction along said light of wa. 3 poles 8 lit la to a stone, thence S. 31 .. to tha beginning. Also the following Back of IVIy of PROPERTY 1 1 Is the certainty of fulfillment 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 timepiece. Promises Did it ever occur to you that ruined by incompetent workmen We have gained the reputation best work at reasonable prices. more Watches are than by actual wear? J for miles around for A trial will convince THOMAS DALTON. - ifTK TinfrHW'jW ' -- I'liSI nisffrHT " ' T" . jy "J I'f "'-y- f rr " wr 'f f O? -- '' pii ' ' "' '"'' -- cuiwtjwanc-w-;: .ten ijHa.f... ,.av .w a.JrTBrHrPU uLMtobUwi- ..MmMtf.ft rv iirfil tnii. i tmannB niaiiiiMii''ri q (B-Wh- em-Wee- imterior Journa: . - PnbllBboa Bvorr Tuesday and Friday Sa PEK. YBAK charged not sopsid Sa.BO will he THE GLOBE DANVILLE. KY. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains leave Stanford at 7' " nd ,. m., returning at 4:1 m- - nd P- - :0 o:, m' L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. V South ."'"IT".'.".'.'..-04 p m T1UM0NIAL MA TTKllS. Lutber Ralna hih! Mlea MnttiB CUrk, l'holos and made In the latest and both of Danvlllp, will marry the 101b, best style by Frank Cordlcr during Holidays. eaya (he Advocate. KRANK. COltlHEK, Frank Scott, bp(1 10, nml Misa Suslo 78 Rowland, Ky. WnahiiiBtoi), 13, ol llrowntow, III., elop-o- il to UhicaRO, aatl wore uiarrltil. Uocaubo her husband whs compelled to Bell their pretty home, Mm. Tholly OK 11UST0NV1LLK, Jones, ol Newcastle, drowned heraelf Will sell at cost two lliiBgles. one cut under shell Egbert A. Green and Mlea SiibIb bed very fine Surrey. Tne llu(Kicn are first class . you want a bargain call each 'JO years of age, drove in jubs In every the billsIfand get you a vehicle at once and Wednia-day- . that will ivo you satisfaction sure. from 0. K., and were married at reasonable MA Tin-typ- PIOTTJR3CS. D. S. CARPENTER, iei-ctn-- n, 2' J!'5 mo. m. l6," Twin gome " " ..103pm QUEEN &CRESCENT. Trains past Junction Citx as follows: p m i 01 p m No a North ...3 38 No. 1 South "6 ,0 ' ......8 35 P m N0T8. Nos. 9 and 10 run no furhir Junction City. All irami .my ...w, a m Extraordinary - Values -- ! than ' -- , - P ROYAI SB fc'Ji . LA tf Short Season Makes Short Prices. Look at our line if you wish to Save Money. Winter Goods in Great Variety. pow- Hon. A. T. Clienault, former repre sentative of MudiBOn county, and Mrs. ! I'attle rarrinh were married at Richmond yesterday. Having bought of J. W Adams his Coat Plant Nbwb comt-- from Somereet that Mr will at Itowland, Ky ,1 will continur. the Fan- and gooU KJ NS'uddlu, of that place, and Miss W. T. SAUNUKRb Coal llusloess at said place nie IIhuiui, of Chattanooga, will wed will have charge of It as he is well knowu In that ndo.thecoi.nly. during the holidays. j. n. HI CO INS. J.S. Sueron nml Mlea Cella llueeel), tho'pretty daughter of Mr. M.S. HushoU, of this county, drove to Danville yeater-da- y and were married. Ten Desirable Suburban Home, Containing Over in Portsmoutii,0., a young la- Acres ol Land, Kor dale. Has on it a good, comnecessary tils fortable Dwelling dy had two lovers. One called when the outbuildings. Oneofyard Rooms, and allone for wa. hydrant and . a splendid, never lallmjc other had ho engagement and when he lerlng stock, also Kor luither particulars apply 10 arrived, the young lady In order to avoid 1 ll.Ml.rii J AS. Hanfoid, Ky. j4 asceno begged No. 1 to gj into the closet and lot her keep him locked within till No '1 left. But No. 2 proved bo she forgot tho Imprisoned man, ON IMPROVED FARMS and when she went to relet-Hhim found that he had succumbed to the close and In Lincoln county, Ky.,at6 per cent., scml.an chsrged. Address stilling air of the little closet, and waa nual interest; no commission Kenyon Uuilding, OKO. W. lAVY. Room 17, Louisville, Ky. Kor blank applications anti furinetiaaible. It was noceesary to sum- ther information, imjuire ol N. Saunders, AtJ. him. I mon a doctor to torney, btantord, Ky. House with six rooms to rent price. Situated on Main street. U. ti. CARPKNTIII Respectfully, i NOTICE FOB. SALE. MONEY To LOAN POWDER Absolutely Pure. der. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDEITCO. A cream of tartar baking New York. FINE OVERCOATS, For Men, Boys and Children. Children's Overcoats Cut Right in Two. Boys' Overcoats Lower Than Ever Before. MEN'S OVERCOATS. Storm Coats, $5, worth $7. Storm Coats, $7.50, worth $10. Storm Coats, $10, $7.50, $10, $12, worth $12 and $15. Dress Coats, $5,on. $15.00, worth again as much. Read Bourbon county has secured nearly all of the 300 miles of turnpike within her bortieiH. Mrs. WatkinBon Northington, of Guthrie, this Slate, whh lalally won tided of a pistol in by the accldeutitl pnekxt. her hushand'ri NEW MILLINERY. Tbe latest things In Ka land Winter Mllllnciy now in stock anil the ladies of bUnfatd and vlcini-t- v ate Invited local) 111 and see the Istrsl styles Miss larbot has arrived and is ready to wlt on her old customers and as many new ones as will .Ml come. LICCIK HEAI hYj . btantord, Ky, GARLAND SINGLETON OSTOTIOIE ! A. S. PRICE Surgeon Dentist, Stanford, Ky. Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. Is a candidate for Superintendent l'ubllc Schools All persons desiring Locusl Posts for plank of Llncolu Coualy, .utijtct to the action uf I tie fence post and railing or wiie fence, can hod democratic party, what tiier want at my atom near CeUar Creek, on Ihe pike leading from Crab Urihsrd to blatilord I also keep alwat son hant) a toed supply of plank for liMCtug. All kinds ol lumber for building purposes, ateo boarls and skioglcs Alt persons deIs a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county siring any article mI this kind can call ou me at ot the UrmocratK MMy subject 10 tne actiou my suite near Ctxlsr Creek J. F. UOL.DA3X June ,o jslf W aiNC.LItTuV. SA3IUJEL, 91. OWENS Is a candidate for MirnfTcf Lincoln County, to the action of the democratic patty. sub-jt- ct M, S. HAl'tjIIMlN. J W. Ha uIiuan. M.S.&J.W.Bauyhman, roraiKTMi' EMMETT McCOIUIACK Is acanJIdata for Asteuor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of tne dmfcrallc parly our suppoit is earnestly solicited. LIVERY, FEED .V SALE M. F. ELKIN STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. It first-cla- BJeutiyt, John U. : Stanford, : Kj A. C. I.anham OSes on Lancaster Street, at Residsnce. Cait'einan. MEN'S SUITS! All "Wool, $5; better, $7.50; best, $10. Never were such values sold. Read on. Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Cwaty, subject to the action of trie demecratic party. JOE T. EMIIIIY Is a candidate lor Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action tt tne democratic party, and earntstly asks your support. V .0' rates. In our you need livery give us a call. Nothing out turnouts will leave our stable, bee us BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee prices nrst-clst- s fly our horse sboer work and satisfactory C. G. BAKER INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. Is a candidate for Asiesior of Lincoln, subject to rty. '1 liinVluc the action of the democratic .Southern eud of the couuiy la entitled to a slice ol the pie beasks jour support. t BSRBEE 8. CaSTLEMffl. MANAGERS, Children's Suits. Good All Wool Suits, $3, from 4.00; Good Suits, 2.00. Fine Imported Suits, $5, from 6.00. R'eefer Overcoats less than Cost. Read on. all-wo- ol WILLIAM MOREL AND Is a candidate lor Assessor of Lincoln, tubjeet lo the acl.onof the democratic party. He kindly asks your support P SAM W MENEFEE loi Sheriff of Llncolu County, subject to the action o( the democratic pa ty. Is a Commerce ltBuilding, Louisville. Agents Throughout the South. Caididate t3 C o rt W. A. TBIBBLB, LOCAL AGENT, Stanford. - - 37r KENTUCKY. g&RKER HOUSE, IK IH J F. BARKER, Proprietor, Furnishinq Goods Cheapen than Ever Known Before. Don't fail to see Our The old reliable Singer Selag Machine rUlX Needle ot all kind., Oils and Repairs call at ihe Mnger Sewing Machine Co 'a Otlicc Opposite l'ost-in, Manlo'd, Ky. J W. Terrln, Agent it rrD 32 CD 111 JO 3 J. K. VanArsdale, ; IIKAI.ER IN am ?, m a ai Somerset, - - Kentucky. GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, &c. Good Goods'at tho Lowest Prices. Bo Rates TWO DOLLARS Por Dav. Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Largo and Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and othce connected by Electric cells 4 Prompt and polite service to guests. DEALERS Good, Clean, Cheap In exchange. IN COAL, Corn and Hay taken Come and see us. Near Railroad Crossing, East of Depot, STANFORD, KY. Socks, Shirts, Shoes, Hats, Feeding Coats and Hats. our Don't Miss This Chance. It will pay you to see ouc. line. Work Shirts, only 20c. Fine Uaps, 10, ao, HS1 P r. sw M O F-- I JS3 Sure to Give Him a Call. J. : T. : STTTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. la Otters his serrlces o tho people ol West rull stock of Colfiot and .Casey Counties, ml Caskets nlways on hand. 05 O. ti. Carpeutcr, Manager. Lit-Co- Cooke's J. T. Sole proprietor cTOBTES, Ky Roo! Sarsaparilla WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pustules, .Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Dean's Hlack Diamond Gloves Better ol & Cheaper than Ever AVil I SHELBY & SHELBY, tern Pumps and GalvanueU ized and lllack Iton Roofing uf all kinds, Faint. Estimates furnished for painting Wood, uaranteed. Metal and lion Roofs. Satisfaction All roots punted with Dean's Black Diamond All-woyears. Deal irs in best CisPaint guaranteed for Iron Kilters, Galvanat tt Mitts, 10c. So many good things for so tle mone. -- lit- Props. Livery, Fccclnncl Sale Stable, - Junction City, First-Clas- Kontuckv. THE RILEY HOUSE F. B. niLBY. Proprietor, Kentucky. London. - 1 rrTrwnn TPinn il iM til III 1 il I rm H 11 II H tUJ Illl II FlYI m nreTlTrfMra H II il III Ell l.f El fll 11 EI K J7rS ll.l IWlUlitw OVJI.ZVXV. l Vz!S7 11 -- ft il II i anil (fvT 11 J Vis I iV d II O s Turnouts, 1'rompt Attention, Very Reasonable Kates. A portion of your patronage Is 18 6m. respectfully solicited. prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every couveuiere. de tired. Give me call. IKAIIft ISM... IT ve moved to my new Hotel and am THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, lu m. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Momey Refunded. ...,I, One Low Price to All and We Have Just What We Advertise. w. jomrsoar, bettsi Is Agent for The And The COALI1 still ajeiit for Kails Ilranch Coal and will keep a supply of all kimls of Coal, so you gel such as you want at tho lowitt pntsiblo r rices for Cash, Otlicp, Mill tit. and Railriad Crossing, opposite Roller Mills. J. II. lllGOlNh, Slanlcrd, Ky 37 I am -- Eczema, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and t&- - Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it 1ST Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by Mutual Lile;iiisurancc Co H Hi THE GLOBE, G-ilch- er St. Asaph Carriage Go., Stanford, 6y-FA- IR Ky. "X5a WARNING. Aetna Accident Insurance Company. Best and Mo.t Favorable Terms of Insurance J. L. Frohrnan & Co., Block, - Danville, Ky. We want to give those who owe us (air warning that we shall give them two weeks mora to settle up with us. and if they do not come up in that lime, we shall put their accounts in -the hands of MLRiHON i- GRltEK. an officer. W. H. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & I locker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. " F. B. Twidwell, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinncy. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Morcland. Yours forJHealth, James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky.