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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896121501 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 'jjzssmpstim .Virriyfiiife ,V jimr-- "l V v vol. xxv. Semi Weekly Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 15.1896. LANCASTER, NO. 82 TEA CH Klt'S A SSO CIA T10N. Teachors mot at ttiH Keimlo College Saturday and worn cullud to order by JO. L. Grubbs. Dr. William Bliolton opened tlio oxerciauB, followed by Uev. J. T. Sbarrnrd with n hoirty welcome nnd much good advice. L. U. Hughes In bfs usual oratorical stylo. Miss Mary Oowen rendered well two 0 A llll A 111) COUNTY. and G 1-- A RM A ND Til A DE 1 TEMS. '' 4 iA Louia Walz bought of E. P. Woods a Mr. Lafayette Knott, of Covington, Sffinebrnad have formed a partnership steer at 2c. was last week at the bedside of bis eis-to- r, In tho legal profession. Highest cash market price for corn. Mrs. Margaret McCormack, in her Horace Herndon has gone on duty Noel A Son. illneBa of grave heart derangement with in J. K. Stormes' drug store as clerk and T.J. Hill bought of various parlies alarming complications which preclude to learn pharmacy. He 1b a bright young 20cilveBat$ll. hope of recovery. , man and is euro to be successful. Bony Carter sold to B. Kr. Wearen a The late cold spell incited our stock-- Thursday evening at 5 o'clock Mr. small bunch of hogs at 3,--, men to unusual activity in gathering and boIob, "Old Kentucky Home" and "Tbo Robert Long will be married to Miss MaO. T. Hohon sold to E W. Lee, of shipping every marketable hog available Last Robo of Summer,"which were hear- ry L. Brown, daughter of A. B. Brown, Danville, 25 sugar mules at f 85. and the glutted market depressed prices Jr , at Sycamore Valley, this county. tily applauded. H. T. Bush sold to 8. T. Harris 100 to a margin on losa aide of tbe balance Morris Long, who went from this barrels of corn in the heap at $1. Diflcipllno, introduced by K. L. Grubbs, sheet in too many returns. waa discussed by Profa. B. J. Pinkerton, county to the Lexington lunatic asylum L. B. Nunnelley & 8onB bought in R S Bohon, of Decatur, 111., paid o( a fow months ago, died of HuBlonville, and W. L. Grinstead, there on the 11th Casey 51 calves at an average of $7.30. his brother's family near here a flying and whs buried in the Lancaster cemeDanville. Lost Jersey calf. Reward if return- visit. Jim Wilcher (Bowback) has got Mias Minnie Kubanks made an instruc-tlv- o tery Saturday. ed to Will Tribble on Hanging Fork. ten home from Stanford, much improved The game of football between our talk on Compound Numbers, which A Georgetown man is fattening in health and hopes since tbe amputateam and the Harrodeburg team at that was discussed by association. geese for the Christmas market East. tion of a leg which bad long been his place Saturday resultod in a victory of ) Mies Nora Phillips read a paper on Josh Jones sold to BurnBide & Leav Mental Arithmetic, showing her toO in favor of our boya. They will ell, of Garrard, 14 1,000 pound cattle at Nemesis. Your scribe takea off bis bat to yonr challenge the Yale team next. mastery of the subject. 3lc. versatile Hustonville (Correspondent in M. S. Baughman bought at the Cecil Mr. Joseph D. Johnson, who died At noon the association adjourned for acknowledgement that he has found condinner and as so many hospitable teach- in Harrodsburg Thursday, was buried sale at, Danville five mulo colts at $41 and siderable comfort since tbe late defeat of here Friday Funeral services by Elder one at $30. ers had made preparations for entertainhis presidential preference in the "soli ing the visiting teachers, several wore Jtese Walden. Deceased had been a An incendiary fire destroyed the amsurroundings." as there were not enough resident of this city and has a number of phitheater of the Bourbon County Agri- tude of hia primival disappointed, However, he can boast that hia limited visiting teachers to go around. friends and relatives here. He was a cultural Association. locomotion baa been unaccompanied by A Crittenden county farmer killed a After dinner Prof, W. 0. Grinstead good clt.r. tu and nhout 70 years of age. deliberation and circumspection by his held the association spell-boun- d The firm of II. B. Northcolt & Co. hog that weighed 1,250 pounds and yield- that which in some instances might uncharilearned paper on Word Analysis And Its shipped 13,050 dor in eggs from here the ed 100 tallonaof lard. tably be construed retributive of having The Stock Farm says that J. R. Far-ri- s Uses. Ho should have it printed for the other dBy. It is bIso a fact that they trodden the paths of the (politically) unIs faBt getting together a good stable will ship about $12,000 worth of turkeys benefit of teachers in general. godly. Our fullest sympathy is our Prof. Pinkerton warmly advocated the this season. So eggs and fowls seem to at the Lexington track. brother's in hisagravated attack of lumT. O. Rankin bought of R. L. Hub-bl- e s'uily of Latin in public schools and we bo furnishing considerable rovenue to bago, seven cotton mules at $56 and two of hope to sic the day when It will be ouo this county an well aa hemp, tobacco and Many of ua grangers persistently William Joshlin for $115. of the common school branches in Ken livestock of every description. neglect the divine injunction to "considBurnside & Leavell sold to William tucky. E W. Lawless sold to Richard and er the ways of the ant, thou sluggards," Miss Ida Clnrk read a paper on the Robert Burton his farm of about 200 Todd, of Garrard, 12 yearlings atUjc and aud much good corn is not improyed by benefit of Composition Work. . acres near Teatersvillo for fS.OOO. Wm. to Ed aud Napo Price nine at 3c. its exposure to tbo late saturating down J. E. Lynn bonght of George W. Mies Edna Muriel Courts recited "The A. Burton, father of the purchasers, pours. As Dave Skinner was not voluIUco For Grace" in a most artistic man-n- o brought tho first payment, $5,000, from Jones of Pulaski, 33 ycarlinga at 31c. nnd bly communicative of his intention to hia residence in the country and counted Bold to H. C. Arnold 25 of a better claes r. return to tho great Northwest, in which The teachers uuinimously offered the it out iu tho county clerk's ollice. The at 3Jc. region ho prospered, hia informal disapTho market for fat cattle waa topped folio a lug resolution: old gentleman prefers to handle his own pearance recently, created tho normal Resolved, That wo tender our thanks money and has no use for the hanking last week in Chicago when $5 GO was amount of discussion and comment. A to Dr and Mrs. Wm, Shulton for the tine system. E. W. Lawless bought of Mre. paid for a bunch, the best price for some letter to his wife a few daya since an-- n of the College Chapel and to his leach, W. T. Weal a farm of 3J acres near Tea- weeks. mnceB hia location und oarly rendinesa Lyon iV Allen bought of Harvo Poinurn, Misses Coweii, Martin and Harris tersvillo for $1,000 cash. to establish her and tiieir boy in a new Col. J. A.Burnaido, the leading to- ter, of Pulaski, 37 1,200 lb. cattle at 3Jc and Mre.Saulby for their aid in enter-tilnlu- u homo in the now State of Waahtugton. bacco Holicltor in this section, left Mon- and nf II. McAniuch 30 averaging 1,1C0 the teachers. Horace Bohon, like the average gidat 2 to3j!. 2. That wo nre deeply indebted to day with about 30 of our best tobecco contented-nes- s, dy, gallant of his callow-sal- f S. L. VanMeter, Fayette county, Prof. W. 0. Grinstead, of the Danville growers to attend special sale) held for in hia haste to reach the privacy of City School, nnd Prof. 11. J. Pinkerton, of this territory at the Falls City, Louis- weighed up 100 fat cattle last week that tbo barn-lo- t before breaking the seal of a Christian College, Huutonvillu, for their ville, Brown nnd Eiglo warehouse. The averagfd 1,400 pounds which he had sold long expected "billy doo" rushed the au 1 cents. ellorts put forth to make the program wdi-- are held on Wednesday and ThursTho Hackney Blallhn owned by tbe young horse he bestrode Into a sweeping day. About 100 hotheads will bo ofler-e- d both entertaining and instructive. gallop. Said pace developed a determiProf. W. 0. from Madison, Garrard and Boyle, Lincoln Horse Co., for which they paid Teacht'ffl present wtr nation of the colt to "get there sooner," for which the best prices nre exppcted $1.00 six years ago, sold at auction Grinstead, Danville, Prof. B. J. Pinker-toand unable to make an abrupt turn in liustonvllle. G. W. Curtis. X. W. The colonel will put nhout 525,000 in cir- yesterday for $100. Doc Drye sold to Shelby T. Ilarbl approved racing style the beast lost its Hughes,!;. L. Grubbs, H. K. Young; culation in this county for tobacco taken eon, of Lexington, a gelding for W. L. equlibrium inn running, ehpping, lurchMIbscs Kate Hluin, Ksslo liurch, Ida from here. ing fall, which resulted in a crush of tbe Mr. Jatnej W. Farrls, better known Evans for $150 and one for Burdett PowC.nik, Mary Carter, Mlnnio Knhankp, young man's right foot that indefinitely Nora Phldtps, Kanniu Underwood, Kthyl as "Uncle Jim," who had a host of rela- ell, of the West End, for $175. Mrs. M. D. Irvlno sold last week lo deferred an enjoyable perusal of the Wright, Lily Peyton, Anna McKinney, tives and friends in this nnd adjoining Crawford Bros., of Lebanon, two fino aforementioned missive. Some parties counties, died at his residence near Minnie Mundav, Annie Dunn. gather information and prudence in the morning of Bright's disease, iu young cowb Bnd one heifer, registered school of experience -- others are very MA TRIMONIALMA TTERS. tlie SNt year of his age. Funeral sarvl-ce- s Jersojs. for $150. Advocate. William Mnreland, a8 agent, boupht B ow in their progress. wore conducted by Elder George W. A Chicago court made a new record of Lyon & Allen, Emmett McCormack, by grauting a divorce within 21 minutes Uowen at the Christian church Sunday Jesse P. Kill a and others 100 CHURCH CHIMES. cttlo nt 2 o'clock. A long procession followed after the petition had been filed. weighing from SJ0 to 1,050 pounds at 3 to Rev. R. B. Mahouy will preach at Marriage must bo n decided failure the remains to the cemetery and the 3.05. Preachereville next Sunday at 2 o'clock E. J.Thisler bought 10,000 bushels in Huntington, W. Va Tho town Is not earthly part of a noble old man waa laid r. m. instead of 11. very large, but it has 03 applications tiled to rest until tho time of reunion of body of wheat at 50 cents and has sold 5,000 Etder Joseph Ballou hold a meeting and spirit, when the body shall put on bushels at 90 cents. If wheat goes to $1 for divorce. recently at Shearer Valley. Pulaski, and incorruption. lie will sell the balance, otherwise he will The marriage of Miss Marv Thompat its close baptizad 10 young converts. grind it. son, of Mt. Sterling, nnd Mr. Neale BenSUE Ml Y CITY, The Baptist revival nt Shelbyvillo M 8. Baughman baa bought during nett, of Richmond, will take place iu Mt. which lasted over a month, resulted in Tho Christian Eadeavor Society is the last few days 22 colts, yearlings, and ' Sterling, December 10. two mules at $35 to $39.50. Do 05 additions. Rv. Martin, of Beattyville, MImi Myrtld Wilson, n pretty bru- growing in numbers, Mrs. Craig, mothdid the preaching. nette of 1 1, took arsenic nt Chicago be- er of J. Newton Craig, and Misa Anna bought of J. N. Menefee a pair of Rev. W. T. Dale (Cumberland mules for $90. cause her beau took another girl driving, L. Norris being the latest accessions to will preach at Walnut Flat to W. E. 1). Stokes, of New York, has its ranks. She wan saved by her physicians. Song service at G o'clock. night at The members of the Y. P. S. O. E. offered $1,000 reward for tho party who LIxzIo Borden, of Palls River, Mnpi., Everybody invited to attend. who wasacqnltte.1 on the charge of mur- are all requested to attend tho lecture set tire to his wife's stable near LexingElder J. W. McGarvey, Jr., has dering her father and mother with a and Bupper to be given Saturday night, ton several weeks ago when a number of the pastorate of the Christian by the Christian En- valuable horsea wore burned. hatchet in 1S03, Ib goiug to ho married Will, at McKinney, church at Middlesboro, to take eflect Jan. Tho Woodford Sun says that 4,000 before Christmas to Mr. Orrin T. Gardi-na- r, deavor Society there. Admiesion 15c. Prof. Gashwiler, of thu Shelby City bushels of wheat Bold in that county 1, and will retnm to Lexington, Ky. Tho trial created b of that State. Elder Graham Frank, formerly of school, invites all to bo present at his at $1 and somo holdera are asking as high great setmtion. given charge of the $1 25. Same paper also reports sales Lancaster, has been closing declamatory conteBt Friday aa Wedding bells, "thoy Hay," will ring, Less Christian church at NicholaBville. of 1,500 barrels of corn at $1. night, 18.1), at school-hous- e. Admis But Stanford ien't "in it." than eight years ago Mr. Frank waa a Tom Voris, Burgiu, agent oi Coer sion 10c. A West Hnd girl ami a cattle king, Life's journey will begin it. On Thursday night, 17th, Mr. Geo. & Davis, of Danville, has bought S.C00 salesman in the Louisville Storo bore. The Advocate Bays that Rev. U. N. W. Airons aud sister, Miaa Frances Air-ori- s, btrrela of corn at $1 on board cars. It The time and place, wo will not tell, Faulconer held a meeting at Mt. Leigh, print. will ontertain the members of tbo was shipped to Danville, shelled and tent Nor their names do wo dare O , which resulted in 50 additions. Mr. For indeed we're (oirful we'll catch h 1 Y. P. S. O E. and other friends at tboir South. HarodBburg Democrat. Faulconer, before going to Ohio, had 30 For giving this gentle hint. Mr, W. T. Robinson, of Boyle, is home noar tho Junction City tchool-hous- o. feeding 1G0 fat cattle. Ho has eold 127 conversions at a meeting hold at Travelmt7salem. Rev. Boawoll's preaching this time of them to be exported tho 21th of De- er's Rest, in Eastern Kentucky. A protracted meeting began at tho A Bplendid entertainment was given waa rewarded by receiving by letter Dr. cember for from 4 to 4 conte. They will by Mr. W. Steelo and by baptism little Miss Mary weigh about 1,500 pounds. Harrodsburg Christian church Monday night and up at the Richards School-hous- e to the presonttlme there has been 30 adR. Swoarengen at the c'ose of his school. YanArsdale, nged 12, and the most pro- Democrat. Sweanngln, his pretty little gressive pupil over taught by your corMies Lottie At the Bale of the late W. B. Cecil, ditions. E'd. W. S. Keene, of Winches11 up irom Science Hill and respondent. eUter, came near Danville, the Advocate eaya that a ter, arrived yesterday and w aeeiet tho pastor. Harrodsburg Democrat. Cop-pagpart in tho exercises. He has Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Neafua, nee took jack weut to Ben Bright for Rev. Calvin Meacham, of Christian of Bardstowu Junction, are with $430. Several others brought f 100 to taught two echoola In this dlBtrictnnd has given gensral satisfaction. After de- Mm. Neafua'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ste- $273. Horsea sold at $23 to $100. The county, a widower of SO, married a mailivering his farewoll address, a social phen Coppage. E C. Gainea and Jas. 1,100 acres of laud went to R. G. Evans den of 25 last spring. Now he is do fendant in a divorce suit on charges of party was given him by Mr. and Mrs. A. Beazley, of Lancaster, wero the guests at $51.35. ed cruelty and failure to provide. Inhiacoun-te- r which plnce the young folks of Misses Lily and Bertha Grubbs SunSims, at A Urge crowd httended court yestereuit for a divorce he denies all her themselvra till late iu the night. day, as waa also Rev. Boswoll, of Ken- day. Thero waa considerable demand I am biuprlBod that tho many newstucky University, Mr. Kimberlin, of for the 150 cattle on the market and moat charges, and claims that ever since their paper reporters of this windy city have Parkavillo, was tho guest of Miss Mabel of them wero sold. Butcher etufJ brought nnrriageahe has treated him shamefully, and when he was sick in bed was failed to get published the marriage of Wright Sunday. 2c; 700 to 900 pound cattlo 2 to 3c. Some M. KiteB, one of our esteemed d Mr.T. oxtragood two aud cattlo guilty of improper conduct with other Only two States, Illinois and New frienda and neighbors, to Miaa Laura mules eold at men. went at 3Jc. Dye, of Casey, a few days Btnce, near York, pay more internal revenue than $40 to $00; colts f20 to $33. No demand SOMEWHAT LOCAL. Mintonvlllo. This event waa quickly Kentucky, whose contribution for the for plug horses and no good ones otiered. marriage of John Scar-brou- current year la There followed by tho Peter Heron, ol Broadhead, ia dead. S. Q. Royce, of Buonesborough, sold to Miss Tina Baxter, a pretty are 013 distilleries in thu State and there to J. W. Balea 50 1,500-poun- d cattle at 4 C. L. Railey, of Lexingtou, sold to young lady of about 20, at tho home of are 39,193,350 taxable gallons of spir- cents. Mr. Balea shipped from here E.T. H. Talmage, of New York, his s of export cattle, avthe bride in tho city of Duncan, Casoy its on hand. Monday 10 saddle mare, Patsy McDord, for A Brooklyn woman recently gnye a county. It ia said that she takea tho erage weight 1,500 pounds, bought oj $1,500. cake iu Duncan as the beat danear and reception in honor of her dog and had Thomas McRoborts, of Boyle, and S. A. A NieholaBvillo youth shot at a NeDeHthorage, of MadiBnn, at from 4c. of gro for fun and Scarbrough ia a good tiddler, bo we nre-di- the animal sit uext to her at dinner. the officers put him in Bnd 4.35. vVatta & Walker shipped to a happy life for this couple. jail for fun, but ho ia not enjoying the Nkw Ykaks. The "Big their ranch iu Texas two Oiuiistmas s of The Baxter Springs, Kaa., bank, Foua" with its time honored custom, will bulls. Grant Norria aold 32 000 pound denouement to an alarming oxtent. cattlo at 3 centa. Tom AdaniH, of FaySpeed Powell, H. B. Creekmore nnd went on tho principle "If you bust, bust sell tickets from points on ita lines at the ette, bought here 02 700 aud S00 nuund capital was $00,000, but low rate of 1J fare for the round trip, on feeders of various parties at from 3 to 3 Durrett Rogers were fined from 325 to wide open." Its investigation showa that the assets are December 24, 25 nnd 31, and January 1, cents. Thomas Phelps bought 19 good $50 and sentenced from 10 to 25 days in jail for assaultiug Key. J. L. McMurray, 1S97, good returning until January 2. ones at 3c Richmond Regiater. f20.30. i 0,-0Pri-mary : u, hen-Saturda- y Pree-bjterian) Hon. R. H. Tomlinaou KIDD'S STORE. B. Why Not ? Christmas doesn't come but once a year, so why not make the tle hearts in your home circle happy giving them a lit- Xmas Present Nuts or some of the kind, all of which can be purchased of in ? It don't cost much to buy a Toy, a Doll, a few pounds of Candy or John H. Meier 200 Kinds of Candy tozesliint m::e:e:e:e3.. Cheaper than anywhere else. His stock embraces everything found Santa Claus' line and you must certainly call in and tee it. At least To select from at prices from 3c to 75c per pound. Buy your FRESH OYSTERS and Celery for your Christmas dinner from me. Big sup. ply always on hand, Splendid meal at all hours for 25c. Oysters served in any way. Call and see me. Look at my show window. DOLL GIVEN AWAY. - A Handsomely Dressed, Bisque Head Kid Doll To the Best Guesser. We will make this present to the one who guesses nearest to the number of Dolls we sell this Christmas. Each purchaser ol a doll entitled to a Guess. See our Line of Christmas Trioks. Biggest and Best Assortment in town. CRAIG -- a HOCKEY. MY STOCK OF- - Though greatly reduced, is still in good shape, some but I am making New PRICES On garments left. Among them are some elegant Astricans, describing when opened a perfect circle. They are blue, green, brown, others have and black in color and some have fancy linings, wh-lblack serge silk linings. In cheaper goods I have black cloth lined with silk and trimmed with sutash braid and pacimentry. Other e 0. cheaper goods in stock, but these are mentioned because of their special values. Come see style and quality and obtain prices of my full line. This will cause neither of us trouble it may pay both. W. H. SHANKS. FEET! I am still Sole Agent for the Well-Know- n Wa- terproof HOCKBR BOOTS. Save yourself of Wet Feet and a cold by using a pair. e, llve-year-o- ld H. J, McROBERTS. on-joy- W W. WITES three-year-ol- Two-year-o- ld Has Useful Christmas, Wedding' & Birthday Presents Such as Chairs, Pictures, Rugs, Medallions, Center Tables, Tabrou- rettes, Mirrors, Music Cabinets, Easles, &c. Will Comb?, eon of the late Judge pastor of the Baptlet church at Berea. mur Combs, whom Joseph Adkins and Jesse The trial of tho der case was set for yeetarday at Bar- - Fields are charged with killing, met one bourvllle. In that place Ttiurauay nigut of tbe defendants, Joseph Adkins, and serious dltliculty between the Perry immediately drew a revolver and at- county people was" narrowly averted. 'tempted to shoot him. Fields-Adkins car-load- et car-load- but 1 WOMEN ARE QUEEE. DISCOVERS THE CHIMMIE FADDEN FACT AT A HOUSE PARTY. Ho Uoxc With riiKUHcloun Sir. 1'iUll to Pro cut Thnt Worthy I'roin Lotlng III Tlilmt ntnl Thou Has r MrniiRo Ailvon-tur- n With n Western Society Girl. HIGH STEPPERS. XVwIitnuAblo Train" Kxlillilti'il nt the "Well, if women ain't queer, dm I'm a farmer, bnt I hasn't cut any hay dii Tho stock that brings tlio highest prices Feason nceder. tlicro is of tlio typo shown in tlio illus"Let mo tell you: Wo'zo all hack trations. Thoy represent Fonio of tlio in do country again, 'cnusu Miss Fan-nisays dat little Miss Fannie dat's most admired animals at tho Now York her littlo coil hasn't room t' crow in show. horse In cities it is to be remembered that do city. Mr. Paul says dere is n more, when tho wealthy go out for an airing foist reason dan dat, 'causo if you stay in tho parks, it is not tho airing they in do citv rou has t' go t do opera t' nro after altogether. Thoy partly wish keep in do swim, and ho ain't stuck on to show off their fmo clothes and their do swimmers. "I asked do duchess what t'ell ho fino turnouts. With a man the object of his pride is his horso and perhaps tho meaned by doso langwudge, and do fino and stylish clothing of tho ladies of ' duchess says dat Mr. Paul didn't liko his family. Thoy reflect his own pros- - do kind of swimming suits de women wears t' do opera doy is too much cut otf at do wrong end. f "But dat don't moan notting needor, for do duchjss. being font, don't Fport do Kuglish langwudgo liko us Americans. "Anyhow, wo is back to our country place, and of course Mr. Paul is back t' his place, what is only just next t' ours, and dero ain't no fence between. Mr. Paul always chases hisself along wherever wo goes, so as he'll bo near de bull pup, do duchess says. "Well, being all back dere, of courso wo had t' rig up sonio kind of a graft t' keep do folks amused, 'causo when folks has money t melt dey alwnys S1SGLE HlOn STEPrEH. keeps dcreselfs busy looking for n furnace. Sure! Folks what has notting t' perity. With a woman sho primnrily to show iicr clothes; secondarily, do is do most hardest woiked mugs iu her flno carriage uud trappings, and, do woild, which is why me, being Mr. Burton's vallet, and do duchess, being lastly, her horse. The horso for park driring must thoro-for- Miss Fannie's maid, has t' keepourselfs be, first of all, rery showy, high so busy helping 'em do notting. "But dat ain't what I was goin V headed and high kneed. Tho favorito color is nt present bay, chestnut or dark tell you about. I was going t' cop yon brown, or tho various shades of bar, right about do timo wo had down to though any other color would not bo our place on do sound do odder night, Mr. Paul, ho comes t' mo and ho objected to provided tho animal had the ' says, 'Chames, ' says lie, 'Chames, if I showy action. requisite Our first illustration shows tho singlo can provnil upon Mr. Burton t' loan mo your services,' ho says, using doo high stepper in vigorous nction. In tho second picturo is seen a pair of tlntln woids wot don't mean notting, says he, 'I'd liko t' havo you como over theso haudsomo high steppers. Ther aro not meant for hard or fast t' mvhoue and box wid nio half nhour travel. Liko their owners their great every morning, 'cause I'm afraid I'm merit is iu looking Hue. They must losing mo tirst, and I need do exercise. ' T c.it'U 'Ttl n t.ttlmtn VM1 'Cnvn ' joy,' says I. "'We'll fc- -j about do joy when wo has on do gloves,' says he, and ho asks Mr. Burton for de loan of mo, and I goes ovei t' Mr. Paul's evory morning. "Say, honet, Mr. Paul is de shiftiest boxer I ever runs up against Ho wants ' it good, too, and ono or do odder of us has a eye or a uoso t' mend most of do time. "Do duchess don't kick, 'cause sho wins do tips Mr. Paul gives mo and sinks 'em. Dat goil must havo about PAIR OF FASHIONAI1LE DRIVERS. now, sure. bo thoroughlr well broken and gontlo. $1,000,000,000 "Say, I'm so dry I can't get around is iu soiuo Unless tho high kiieo nction you. What? Tanks I don't mind. degreo natural it is useless to try to culti- - t' tell artificially. A cross of hackney A high ball, please. Hero's dat do long vato it green may grow liko Beaweod in your siro upon a largo American trotting a carriage horso that insido pocket. maro will produco "Well, now I'll tell you: His whiswill fill tho bill for tho city trado, which kers nsks Miss Faunio what was do matevery year. grows larger ter wid having a house party. I says t' do duchess dat I'm good deal of n honso Lung Worms In Sheep. party meself, but sho said do kind of n In answer to a correspondent who symptoms of an ailing ewo houso party his whiskers wanted was n tlio party of mugs and women t' stay at do Tho Country Gentleman says: all you described suffered from houso tell dey ono got so soro on each Tho ewo would speak as dey , odder dat no lung worms, aud thcro was also a cir-- passed do rye. And wo had it. patch of inilauimation iu cumscribed "Dero was de Wiley widdy I wai oue lung. Sho was also infested with iv telling yon of before, do artis' mug Bpocios of worm that causes littlo tuwhat paintid Miss Faunio'fl picturo wid mors, sacs or tubercloa in tho walls of paint, and a lot of boys and goils what tho intestines. This parasito causes don't do notting for a living but just great fatality, and it spoils tho inteslive. tines for sausago casings. Tho lung t' "Dere was ono goil doro from do west, worms aro apt to bo moro fatal to what's a forn country abovo do Harlem lambs, while this intestinal parasite fnrder den Westchester county, and that causes the tumorn is moro prono to sho'd never been to our houso before, so seriously affect older nuimnls. Tho con- didn't know I was n servant. I wished dition of the infested sheop is largely dat sho did. You see, I don't wear no upon tho number of worms livery liko do odder men help, dependent but wears present, and the trouble is apt to bo Mr. Burton's closo when ho don't wear during tho winter months. worso 'oui any more, and as I has t' fuss round Tho symptoms havo been given, bnt do houso seeing dat every t'ing is right ono ennnot tell which sort of parasito is what Miss Faunio likes mo t do, 'causo causing sheep to do badly and finally I knows what sho wants dntgoil from die, unless post mortems aro mado. Tho do west must havo taut I was a mug disoaso progress s very slowly and is what was a guest in do houso. , usually so insidious as to bo cutiroly "Dat's u littlo game do duchess is ' overlooked until many of tho flock aro pretty slick at playing herself, but I in n serions condition. never meant t' play it it just kinder To rid a flock of worms of the class happened so. under concideration it is necessary to "Anyway, dis was do happen: Itwns treat each animal, as no ono can say ono of doso warm nights wo was having that ono animal is infested aud another lately, aud I was kinder siiookiug around is not. Of courso, now and then an ani- do veranda seoing was cveryt'ing all mal whoso end is near may bo singled safo, when dat goil, who'd only como out and prouounced affected, but if that dat day, braces up mo nud says, 'Oh, is true it is equally certain that moro Mr. Faddon, would t'you t'ink it dreadare also infested that havo not yet yield- ful if I asked you t tako nio somowhero ed their strength to tho invaders. whero I can sneak a smoko of a cigaTreatment consists in tho medication rette?' of tho flock, frequent cleaning out of "Say, I near fell in a fit, not tumbling tho yards and sheds, when sheep nro kept yet dat sho tuut I was oue of do swell up, chango of pasturo when they aro at mugs. I couldn't open mo mont, nml grass and plowing of infested fields, or sho went on, kinder half laughing, and tho uso of such fields by other kinds of says, says sno, 'I'm tlymg for a smoke, .. Tl.l stock. T Id A.l... Put a good layer of sulphur aud nir mercies, 'cause you look liko a ma- n'slacked limo all over stable or shed deso is her very woids 'liko n mnn floors, yards, etc. ; then put on what litwhat wouldn't tell.' ter is needed and removo this in two to "Say, honest What t'ell? What four weeks and bum it or plow under. could a 111UK liko mo do up nainst Keep spirits of turpentiuo mixed with game liko dat? I says, 'Sure, lady, I'll salt always whero sheep can havo access join you,' says I. to it. A flock suffering from worms " 'I wouldn't dared t' ask you,' Hays needs nourishing food in goucious quan- she, 'only dat I saw ono of do ladios tities. KinokiiiK a oif,'arotto wid mo brudder. ' "Well, I was in lor it, aud I took Tho Wronir Vy. bohill(l (1 10r dow" jat' It is tho too frequent habit to feed tho house, .1...I l0 terr? in a minuto wo 1VIIU nt the ilrht of tho winter as livo stock a flro engine. pparingly n possible, becauso thoy aro pulling t' isbeat " 'Din what I call fun,' says she. in good condition and are ablo to then " 'It's up t' do limit,' I says, kinder withstand hard&hips. Then when they up her, so dat sho wouldn't aro run down by tho spare feeding and take cold. tho effects of tho cold, it is the habit to "Woll, say, we wasn't having dewoist feed out tho best so us to get them in timo dot ever happened, when nil of a good condition for tho summer work. Nuddint I seen do duchess como round This is tho very reverso of what should do corner. Honest, dero wasn't n t'ing be dono". It is harder to recover this loss in her eyes but blood nud fire and murthau it would bo to maintain the of tbo der. Sho opened her niout t' let out on mado by the good feeding me, but before sho piped a woid dat summer. Montreal Herald. o ! do-sir- es York Horne Show. Tbo best horso market is in tlio citioc. .i "And wo " 'We must go t' .Mr. Paul's and stav out of sight till doo folks go home, so nov will never know,' do duchess wiyn. '"Hut how will wo sqnarw it wid Mr. Hnrtuii and Miss Funnkr I sars. I'll tell Miisbannfe.'saysdednch ess, and she told her dat one of do men had insulted me, and she was going to tako nio over t' Mr. Paul's mid stay dero wid me till do folks had gone, to as I wouldn't slug do man. "Mi'-Fatinio looked hard, but said s westorn goil says, smood an silk, 'Oh, dis is do lady I saw enjoying aoigarotto wid 1110 tinnli'rr, ' she said. "I taut do duclio would t'row n fit right dere. Hut I giv lirr nrl wink, and she braced up and snye, 'Oui, I was just looking for anoddor.' "Say. can you bout tint? "Den wo all lighted up again, but I felt like I was froe, and .. ...I could I sneaked do lady t' do liouw, and (ien went to do duchess. "What do you t'iuk dat noil says. Ohaiues,' s;iys she, 'it's wlmt you call n hos and lios, Shnkol' -ma-dam- o, f THE WISE BACHELOR. la m They Appear to OlivrtluK i:c. Flippancy is n woman's cyniciFin. No woman can be a heartless flirt unless sho has had a iral love affair. When a man shows a woman tho inmost turner of his heart, sho pokes around in it aud says, "Is this all?" Whenever you admire a woman's hair, she thinks you are hinting around for a watch guard madn of it. No matter how ashamed a girl feels the first timo sho kises a man, it never occurs to her that tho man may feel that way too. When a girl hut a grudge against a man, she gives a chafing dish parly and makes hint hold the handle while t tplashes little dabs all over his nlotlies. A girl who doesn't like a kisH ough to be tretitod for it. IK Most men could bear it bettor if they weren't exacted to grin. A woman can never sit in tlio dusk with her husband without trying to git K romantic. Life's "apartments" of ton turn out 'S to be a hall bedroom. M The deepe.st thing in tho heart of nit 2? old maid is mi ache for a little child. M When a rich girl has kinky, black hair, it is called "rippling midnight." Ono of tho queerest things is that a nagging woman often loves iter husband. Some women's idea of taking caro of men is by fussing with them when they sit iu a draft. Some men don't discover that thoy N are fond of their wives till their wivoj have got through being fond of them. If all memory of the past could I blotted out every night, married folk t. would lie a good deal happier. rA Some time before she is 'JO every girl determines either to be u foreign mis- V sionary or to spend her life washing dirty babies. When all tho women callers insist that his tirst baby is the perfect image r of himself, a man Mieaks up in the gar-ro- t and looks iu a looking glass. Now . York Precs. Stcn uinl Women 1 1 AILY PAPER FOR lias I $?1 A YEAR! W rtlth'n tt.e I Tlu nft' moon dully will vsxssteu&rz&i y n.t I'venlng 1'ont tin icry tn iik ilny In th" a'iy 1'lilrrrn, lis ior u til, i ixiiu for 12. n l.' nitiK l'o-- t la the i'ortln find irmhtot nl lcil after-- " S I ilillon of the my In the South. mn nlng !'lt. Ir pti.iis the full Ahho-- i N I litppntf he, i Pre toxroui-iraraa- ai by com mi Meil .hi win-I'ut- cii mi t by the MlK I out. Till a dally Irurcainp dctnr.nl person In p K ftu naili of cvir Loue ir ! . i m ii' I THE EVENING POST, LOUISVILLE, KY. CUBtlLD WITH 1MIS I'AI'I K. iii from every nt a price whltii puts it t. 111113811, lIlMMIIlil Kentucky nnrt (ijunty In lliri Southern Indiana; has a opcrlal ntan correspondent li In WnshlnKtoii, and and reliable men nt Frankfort. Tull market mlncel-lunr. porta, choice short stories, woman's ptiKc, nil tho sport-ini- f news. IMItorlnlly tho Mronuest paper In tho on "inn. Neatly printed far Hend fin" pnper. copy. Address jutni'le 1 thor-oiiKy, I A f . ii-- !:; jZ&2Ai:'. iZsAyA,. - - A tfSitfAV't&At.'tti'foii. THE WEEKLY R notting, and whole game. I t'ink sho tumbled t do "Say, is women queer?" Kdward W. Townend iu Now York Journal. They Wero Oooil next desk interrogatively. "Yes, it was, and while I don't with book agents I ordered his usu-nllvde- "That was a book agent who just went out?" remarked tho man at tho lino.. Tlte Weekly Kdilion of The Cincinnati Commercial-Tribu- ne Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. work." u was in ten volumes, beautifully printed on handmade paper, with doklo "What was it?" "It UM n t. ej nml n Int-llCJti buy edges." o "Yes, but what was it?" "Three dollars a volume, and yon only havo to nay $3 down and you got all It was morocco tho books at once. bound, with splendid plates, and one of tho finest siK'ciiiiens of books iu tho YEHR.OvcrOiiclIuutlrucl Years a FntnUyFavorlf c - 50 M CENTS vvvYvr- E I coi.lim '4 li-- i The WVlr riMnmtrlll e, Ih t newt or the VV01M ill OihMmi C in, .m world." ' "Yes, but what was tho naiuo of tho book?' "It was ten books. Iu ton volumes, I told you." "Yos. but by whom? Don't you un- YKAR. mi'cl r.i cn The Wrcklv Commril l.a ell i frmirrt rrrty at Hl'l tu uy 1MM ol the I'niltrt iult. u. Lilmi Stiiiri ami I.ilrrnv ihi n tl n 1 h MltcelUnr inlpra4u- ! rr wrrW 'I s'v- - ! s ih1 lt.-In- f in V4 Turv that r inorfim CKM'S I'i'K n 6 MePAIIN kii Sample Copies Free. Nf.wp,t, riiiant) iim.i;hii I COMMliKCIAI r.ilty derstand?" . A pauso. "Well, I declaro I havo forgotten tho namo of tho author. It was a Mt of liit k t mil) and I Mill IPlllNKu unnvalet at a by lit IIKtti'i.r (itiui S'lt it Hlfl vtiy itiuiaurr it coninltnj an axut Ail 1 .u i"i ". i Apotocy. rft i somebody's works. But they wero beautiful books, let mo tell ynu. Wiiy the inichief should you laugh?" Chicago Timos-Herald. ' jars - c., Soncl for THE OOMMERCIAL TRIBUNE CO , CINCINNATI, OHIO Terms. K !& . I Er-- V '.-- i I i There Wero Other. Tho expectant husband strodo up nud down the kitchen floor, waiting for the great news. Ho could scarcely restrain his impatience, nud it was with a cry of joy that ho welcomed tho doctor, who entered tho room with smiling countenance. "Tell mo, toll mo," cried tho man. mtm-iVU ?fr MttfiN AkpS wowfet y JtWJVU iTftGT- V- M'Vl jONfl. I &'&& iTniin 1 : A , s; " v L TH3 STANFORD F3MA3L3J COLIiEGE. VILLIArVl SHELTON. Prosldont. All l'rnH. V.nt ith luiVnliii; ItliK Th ru tourw it litn, Oieik, lh (amout It'll hiorutliMi SituatcJ In Natural an.l MihmHct. ol KHtiitictsj , M rt V irn.M, Mini . An tchac nnt Ji'iBiiih'l ir ialtHliiiiit f climlo. bctuly of tctn-ri('! nclKll of xxirty Kail Smi n oti SMplntnber 7 llrfoin JkiJikj wtiit yvi lll tew t yum daa(hlitt h tuic to nu for Our Now Ontnlotrii. AJrfrrtt, bti )hi, SuBlord. Ky. MHH NANNlti 8 SAUPIaBY. I.ajy til t'tai-hor- -- . Ii, Mh I t v T, Tr. v A,i I "What" ttp-- "It is a boy," said tho doctor cheer-il- y. ' "Hurray!" I j ' "What? Doctor, speakl Is ho not the .4r most beautiful child ever born?" Visitor Ah, that's an old master, "He is," said tho doctor, "but thoro surely? aro others." Vooi( Mth. Vender "(npoloBetiriilly) "An insult!" but tho frame is new. I'tiuch. "No." Aud it was not slang oithor, as tho proud father learned when ho found that the others referred to wero tho two moro that mado him tho paternal anNow York Kvoniug cestor of triplets. fur mi. Iirii mi o in the bl rc, iilcnt. lrlt rhemn, ffvrr torn letter, eht "But" and tho doctor paused. lvC& &?" U ."1 k.. i Back of My V. Is the certainty of fiilfillmcnt ol each and every one of them. When you leave your watch with me for repnirs it it sufficient utmran-tethat you will have nn accurate and reliable time Promises e i nuocltn't to cite Arotc-- i VJ Hatvo . Tlit K11 pv Journal. Slnro Than lie Hxpected. n pititrly emit pilt, ur 'A iiU, rhihlai ftiritvl H. , . I An old man was breaking stones ono day on a country road in Wales, when liradachr Kkcitlc Ai rerrcOy lar ail form. a gentleman eamoriding along. "Both- llillrrt ha piuvd 10 be the very tvtt It rtfeil dreaded habitual a rinaif in cut unci the er theso stones! Take them out of my hnuUchf yield t to 11a influence We urst way, " lie said. "Where can I tako them ..it ho art trHIci"! t vrocuie bnttto ami l" all In cAaei ll.it remedy fair tc, your honor?" "I don't caro where. nlpitlon Kit Ctrl. trul rt cure, M hahltoal coo HKKJ) tK by (it.DR tlr Ilili. S Till'. t Tako them to hades if you like."! lorg Ulic li the Kwilt and few th' uc ol lh neiliclli Trv M.ce aii'e JXZVX? TcCRB "Don't you think, your honor," wiid i tlletofllv toceutt hi U'. H. McKoUtu' lnf INCOGS. tho old man, "that I'd better tako 'em ore. My Mderi were arleruit lri ine heel nt'dt Tho Discovery Saved Ilia Mf. to heaven? They'll bo less in your lion o( .iilf. rrn; o) thlt lament tiu 'f ilii'.irm art I' V Mr. I. CullMHKlie diuKiat. Hrav.itvllw or's wny there." Spare Moments. "To r Ki c't t Uncoteiy I owe uiy blalct A spltHd'd lei ol ki: W.a taken wiih Ii rlppc anil inei! all lh fr tale. Hied retpondeni e tialt' .saiitlanl. a " j ivi j life. llvi'e.i Ailme.' uafatM'd. phyticuna I .r m'lca about, lit of no stall ar.it Stopper. waa Eitan up aud luld ccultl not l.vp. lUvmc Tn5:-o "Therol" said tho woman who wants l) Kmp'a New lliicovery ih my ttorr, eit t for w Crah tiri haul Ky a bottle anil began it a uin ami from the fiitt doae to wear them. bRJn to vt littler mil altir utiag lhie htilrt "Well?" said her husband. wat up and about l(ain. It It woilh ita welhl in ke.p ttnre ir houte wilhul II." .til. We "A woman 0:1 a bicyclo stopped a g et a free wont at II. .Mckobertt" ilmt; aloft. trial runaway team u few days ago. And sho says it wan her bloomers that unaided I.ei pold r'eHotluchilHil, wlm ib her to do so." TliU It tho mnrkct nml ours Is tho best liouto to alilp to. V.'o mnko Ilbcrnl ml. St. FriiMiiui, hnailt tiie hfit ol wiiii.ii v "Shouldn't wonder. Most of 'cm I'vo Tntircs on cotislctimonM. Kctlilcs wo hnro letter facltltlca than other hornet In hnvliiff many lnrxo (nctnriea to supply. Wo Rut you tho top prico nml pny apot rush ; nut Iu clock, and perhaps it otvnorn on tlm Knlirtli tnrl tn Of Eccn would tit op trade. Ho traveling ngcnU. tiblp all your wool nud farm produco direct to th. might work on a team." Ciucinuuti witn i'JIWSXO hiHi.t minify HERNDON-CARTE- R Aincricaii", rinirH Lornl.inl won Jll Hi) Enquirer. LOUIov'ILI.E, KY. the W ishrd eUlilf Jll.OIk"), Aukui litX10 Third Btroot, or 313 to 310 Hurroll Court, mont i'2 210 and Hiclnrd Crok. r $1,025. No Collection on Sunday. AmhHeeHilnr Hnyurd las Ht tuft deNot long ago two country schoolboys camo upon a pillar box, n tiling they clined to receive the prtunt or which t" Lotiiinn 'lVli'k'toph Ii aa bun had never seen before. for the British public. Said ono, "This must bo a Salvation A Peru, Ind , hborer ate four fried Army thing, becauso it's rod." chirkensarid lOblpcuiM for hip nipper "No," said No. 2. "It ain't that, fnw niirht" rpo. Uh was ll rii'bf next THE 9REAT BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL'OF THE SOUTH. becauso it says, 'No collection on Sun- u oroing and put nwny a bin brenhfnpi. Huwkd: or ctoums holding hne rosmoNS. days. ' " Auswers. RC0HN0t0 BY THt LEADING EUSINUS MEN OF .J. How to Provont Pneumonia 1Ht COUNTRY. MENTION CQUKSB WANTtp. .1 ! Alc.h.rit ''!r.ti.iif 'I Cure tor Ktmdacno. l'nc mccuI. o- -t jrrircl alifaeun Kow caret nd all tVIn .rtifitMM. no pay icpairrd. It It ttil iir In piece. Did it ever occur to you that more Watches are ruined by incompetent workmen than by actual wear? We have gninrd the reputation lor miles around for best work at icnsonablc ptice. A trial will convince you... THOMAS DALTON. j I H 1 m ttll ca Rl.UF-GKAh- ir-h- 1 111 brt-e-d i l. - I 'l.'3-7i?i-V- 1" " t - WOOL. WOOL. iK-s- t yi-ii- r 11 - -- CO. inviiiiik-eub3crn'ion- ffifrfoffiifM ...,'.'-j:Z.i.,("'Z7A,.j,;;- wSfrrrrttJtiAlJ'SyrrurM6 . Unknown Now. "Uuclo Simon, what is old fashioned politeness?" "It is a way peoplo used to havo of asking n man about his health and then listening until ho got through replying. " i 1 -C- hicoBoKccord. A Difference. 1 11 "Dan's cr big dif'uuco," said Undo Ebon, "iu do righteousness o' tollin de J At this time of the year a cnld it very e.itily to rnn it courte wihotit trarttd aril il the aid of some reliable Cough rr.rdlcne, 11 liable We to retuit in that drrad diieaie, pnruiiicnia. now (I no better remedy to euro a coush or coM have ih.n Chamberlain' Cough Kemedy. utpd it quite extensively aud it hatalmrayt eiven laUtfECtion. Ulagah, Indian Territory, Chief. a This is the n ly remedy that 11 known to ccitaiu preventive cl pneumonia. Ainoiiif the many thousands who have utril it for cldt ami la grippe, we have never yet learned of a urc'e IVnon who cise havinc resulttil in pnetv'onu have weak lunci cr hive reason to (ear an attack Ol pneumonia shou'd keep the remedy at htnrf. as and ;ocent luttles for sale by Crais & Ilicker, coi . llt 'Asoncii CS lJ) l'e THE troof ez cr matter o' couscienco an toll-iit 'caso hit's gwintcr hu'tsomebody's feoliu's." Washington Star. A Capital n niuirs111- - ' I ! 'ug f ad-van- Operation. l. "And what do you regard as tho greatest triumph of modem surgery?" "Collecting tho bills, " promptly responded tho great practitioner. Detroit liockcr, UrusK"t m Nows. After hearine aome friends conliru II v palling Cliamberlam't Colic Cholera and Diurhoc-llemedy, Curtis Fleck, ol Anaheim, CVI , purA Winner. chased a bottle ol it lor hlsownu-aud is now She I understand yon proposed to at entr.usia.tic ever its work as anv one can be. Emily whilo out for a stroll last night? The 35 and 50 cnt bottles for tale by Craitf 5c llcckcr, Druggist Ho Yes. I won iu nwulk. Youkera Statesman. A Kentucky wmimn ennt It) cmta to a Yankee mlvurt Hr to larn how to With Regrets. niflke nood coHen, and ricnivHil this Perdita Ah, mo, I was 18 once! "Try until ynu gut it jnut n'Rh', 21 n goal Penelope But you'vobeen and keep ou making it that way." many times, haven't you? Truth. t th-pl- Dc n't lie. persuaded into buying liniments with-- , ont reputation or ir.etit. Chamberlain't IV111 Halm costs no morn and its merits hivs been proven bv a test of y ars, Such letters as he follow Ilagley, llurncrre. Cal , irocn iiiK from I. I he bfi't remeily lor stantly being recived. pn'n t have ever utcd is Chainberlaln't I'jiii lliliu and I ay si after havu g um-- it in niy lain-Il- y foi sevtral yeara. It cuiea il.e umatism, Umu back, sprains and swells. For sale by Laaig & Queen &Crescent ROUTE reaches the principal cities of the South with n service of superbly appointed through trains. Diy Coaches ntnl Sleeping Cars through to Harrinian, Chatta-- n Attnlln , nirTtiincrlintn. . Tuscaloosa. Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, O UUVf,.., and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Ktioxvtiic, ttoi npnngs and Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mmroe mm Tlirougn louriST. oiecpers to ios ukl-iuand Shreveport. Mp'l ..:,.,. rtif!-- . w. UniitnQ tr Trvn5., Mexico and California. &i2H o ...v.. rf i3u R-"ah j via New Orleans or via bnreveport. ".)! Short Line from the Illue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Free Parlor accommodation to patrons. with every J Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Tarlor and Obscrva- lion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington anu Chattanooga. W. O. Itinearaon, ChuB.W.Zoll, O. P. A.. Cincinnati, 0. Wv. Pau'r AqL, Cincinnati 0 ' .......... s ..-- yCiy "EWSSr 'ILI IsT D p '""s&ZSS BBW'BMSWfefr'ftyM&yr'm ASamiirWi .v&-u,m- ,fu m nni ...wmnmriTiTTanL.n i ( KO B1IID FOft A HIKE. MR. BOWSER'S CYCLING STATUS SETTLED BY A SECOND TRIAL U tin llioimTlmt IU'kIiiihth I tlm Miiclilnt' UN llolil How Tlicy I'nnni'il Out. tlm Only Trouliln With Tlmt lluy Am Afnilil of Attrniil their npl noon- Tho Uowsurs wcro eating day muni on their Hunmior n wagon stopped uttho gato, wuh handed down and yard. farm when nnd n blcy-cl- o loft in tho "I thought," hcRim Airs. Dowser your advice." "But you haven't got on yet." you wero uiiconsciouH for an hour and "That's my ailair. If I want to fool in bed for threo dayn. You didn't Beem around it little and get acquainted with to to" tho idioms of tho machine, I guess I "Didn't Becm to what?" ho shouted can do it. I haven't tried to mount an ho wlioved hack from tho tahlu. "If I yet." "Oh, I thought you had. Just pracdidn't quite got tho linng of the thing, it wasn't my fault. No ouo can rido a ticing, eh?" biko right otf. I've got tho best kind of "And you will oblige mo by going a clmnco to lenrn and propose to tako into thu house, Mrs. Bowser. Should I advantage of it. I exjHct a full or two, require your presence or feel tho need but what of it? What I want h to hard- of any moro sarcasm I'll sond you a posten this flesh down, and nil doctorH al card." .She worn, and whon hho hud disapagrco that thoro'H nothing llko hieyclo riding to do it. In two woekn I'll lo peared Mr. Boweor looked thu machine, kicking up my hooln liko it boy. " over again and chuckled to himself : "I I wish you'd give up tlm idea," "I'll givo tho posky thing a surprise mill Mrs. Downer, rertaiu in her own party tho way that Thompson did. I'll mind that a tragedy would follow any art as if I didn't caru whether school iixperimout on hit purt. kept or not, and thou spring into tho "That'H jutt like you," ho growled. middle, all of a Midden." He led tho machine up and down tho "If I get a plan to take it little comfort, you are itlways ready to head mo ro.td a few times, putting tho suddlo in 1 huvo Miit to town for a biko. olT. It a fatherly way and humming it tuno, in here. I pnx).o to learn to ride it nnd by and by, after a quick glance at and hhull begin in ten minutoH. Thoro the house to see if Mrs. Bowser wus in no more to ho mid. " looking, ho made it sudden diuli for tho "You thought I had given it up," ho interrupted. "Two or tlirro months iiro I experimented a little with tho wheel. 1 fell in lovo with it, hut didn't caro to tiny ouo just then. I am now going to experiment souio mora In faot, I expect to boocuio it crnok rider within n week." "Vou you bccouio n crnok rider?" "And why not? Whnt'H tho mnttor with mo?" "Whon you tried tho hiko hefore, "I thought yon you" with tho Raddle, Mrs. Iiowwr stood watching him over tho gate, hut ho pretonded to bo oblivious of her presence and drew a long brouth mid nmdo ready for another try at it. It suddenly occurred to him that ho didn't get in hops enough, find so ho started out on a new plan. With his foot on tho step ho began hopping and humping. His idea was to get a good headway and then rise llko it bird, but at thu fifth hop the machine took a shoot into tho ditch, and thoro was another wrestling match, in which it came out on top. "You see, you can't do it," said Mrs. Bowser, as she went out and pulled tho wheel oil" him. "You don't seom to hold tho wheel right and you hop on tho foIo of your foot. If I wero you, I'd wait till wo gut hack to town, and then Mr. Howsur aroso and pointed to tho open gato, and so strong was his emotion that it was a full hulf mintito ho could say: "Am I running this business or tiro you? When I don't know enough to get on to a hieyclo, perhaps I'll call for bo-fo- re right placo, mid ho could And no fault RELIGIOUS THOUGHT. Trncli-Iiirh HERE'S YOUR PORTUNITY. A New Eight-volume OP- Um of Truth (lleaneit l'rom thu of All Denominations. rur : V Art serves an important purpose, but urt separated from religion is dangerous. Holiglou restrains urt, and it then becomes beautiful. Tho value of it work of art lies in tho soul which tho nrtist puts into it. Hov. Dr. Loritnor, Baptist, Boston. Tho Averuso Politician. The uvorugo ixiliticiuu is backbone-less- . Ho is nil things to all mon. Ho can bo "good Lord" or "good devil." Ho is it purchasable commodity. Dear at any price ho is, for ho is always back Itov. Dr. W. B. Lcnch, on tho market. Methodist, Chicago. Threo KlinW of Warfare. There nro threo kinds of wnrfnro in which every' K00 uia" t'BKofl tho offensive, defensive and suppressive. Sin is the enemy, mid thu great tight consists in destroying sin and saving tho Hov. W. 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W I'd" Qiuilltlefi Kniriitlnl to Hueeca. r '(Mibuus oriv miswuM uk ii Twenty minutoH lator Mr. Bowser had tlm muehiue out on tho highway, lie. pealed olT his rout and vest, tied strings around thu bottom of his trousers nnd hud an air of coufldenon about him which considerably puzzled Mrs. Bowser "You are not going to jump right on, ate you?" she asked as ho moistened his bunds "You bet I anil" ho replied. "All the trouble with new lmginner.s is nfraid of tho machine. I'm going right into that saddle as if I had been tliu.ro a thousand times before, and if jou see a cloud of dii'it zipping down tlis rnuil you can hold on to your hat with Itotli liaiiis. Hero I gol" Ho went. Ho put his foot on tho step and miido two hops and a jump, mid Mrs. Bowser hiiw a cloud of dust. It didn't go Kipping down the road, however, but remained right there ut her by Mr. Bowfeet. It was it cloud ntf-eser us tho machine, bucked him off and then fell upon linn, and it was three or tour minutes before ho got up, with icd face and Hashing eyes, and wild: "I didn't expert to get the hang of it the first time, yiii know, but I'll get then-odie. Did it go down all of n sudden with me?" "Very sudden. " "I guess I didirtfhidthopodolsquick enough. Stand back u little ami give me it show. Now, thcro's my foot, and bore's two hops nnd and" Mr. Bowsor didn't reach tho Middle There was it wild hope in his hoart that ho would, but he ro-- o just high enough to fall forwaul, f.ico downward, and with it wild wahhlo tho machine rolled him into tho waysido ditch and fell him. "You didu'tdo it," said Mrs. Bowser as sho advanced to help him up. "Who kicked that hind wheel?" ho demanded as ho sat up mid combed tho dirt and grass out of his hair. "No one, I wasn't within 20 feet of you. You'd hotter let mo hold tho wheol whiloyou got on." "Nover nevirl I'oset out to got on that wheel by myself, nnd by tho chin of my grandmother I'll do it or porish right here. " "Mr. Bowsor, you know yon huvo short legs and are naturally clumsy, and you ought to givo yourself a 1k-i- Thoro uro certain principles tlmt mnko n man successful if followed, uud chief of these are sobriety, industry and integrity. If they uro faithfully implied by man, ho will succeed. The greatest recommendation a young man can have is that of personal character. No largo corporation or business houso will it young man whoso character is not good and who is not honest, sobor Kev. I. V. Cantor, and industrious. Methodist, Washington. Th I'ourr of I'nijtT. Wo need not only to bo trustful, but prayerful. Prayer is a great power. Did you ever think that every timo you pray you bring Christ and heaven nearer to earth? Look at the many men carrying on a great work just by prayer. Oh, if we would all pray trustfully, what great good would lie donel And wo must help one another. Happy, pro-qrous business (Jo men, think of your poor neighbor. and eneourago hitn. Tell him why ho does not succeed. Uivohim some of your wisdom. Bo helpful and prayerful. Kev. A. C. Barron, Baptist, Louisville. 1 ln I'liiKtlon of the Church. It was to urge men to forsake sin uud to explain to them tho iwsihility of salvation that Jesus cniuo to euith and ii'sumed manhood. As God may be seen through tho universe, so is it possible to see what it man is by what ho does. There is no such thing as a soul, while in a sinful state and with it sinful disposition, having communion witli God. But the soul may be taught purity and love for its Creator, ju-- t as the body may be trained. Tho great agent through which such growth may bo obtained is the church. Bishop Fostor, Methodist, Brookline, Mass. cm-plo- y Chrintlaii Veal. , r saddle. He got thorn. Just hrw ho did it ho will lieterbe able to make out, but to his utter surprise he found him-stl- f (hue wild hisfiet clawing nbout for the pedal. His first impri simi was that he wns at least 20 frit nhovo tho earth; his second that he whs nil (if 10. He hud u dim idea that he was speeding along liko a race lmrr, but it didu't last long. As u niRtti r of fact, the machine took it "skit" of u Lout ten feet anil hiiddi uly stopped. Mr. Bcmm r idj-stopped. When Mr". Bow r got out to him, In) was on cue side of the road and tho whel on the oth r Mr. IJow-m- t hud struck on his hi ad and w a" looking into Mieiinry and whimpering to liimwlf It wns like a drenm some one liftiug his lend his tdy being ri lied about a wnuou coming up and t,vo mi ii lugging him into the hoii"e. He nn nut to charge IXv Bowser with hitting him with n feme lail with sbovii g a itowlnr brtwei n the spokes to up t him with maliciously his denth In: t the winds ri f ued to come, and while he wa wondering what was tho matter ho hoard ouo of the iik u say: "Oil, not at nil, madini; glnd to bo of wiy service. He'll cmno to after awhile and 1m all tight ngnm in u few days, mid if you have any intlc.onco with him you'd better advise him to rido n rail. Ho'h ho bird for tiio biko." M. Quad. o -- plnn-liin- g Tlio IufiTcncc. bo-bid- e Why, I supposed they wero tho happiest couplo in town. What was tho nature of tho trouble? Cleveland Leader. mo? An i:iluMidl i Bilkins Whoro's Johnson now? Fanning In South Dakota. Bilkins (whispering) You don't toll Set. "Mnnuno," said Benny Bloobumpor, ns ho rushed in from school, "our now toucher has such fino teeth." "Has she, dear?" "Yes, indeed. They nro nearly all gilt edged. "Truth. Tlmt' Nothing. On perceiving it tho rooster cackled loudly. "Oh, you needn't mnko so much noiso," said thu lien modestly. "I ofton get oir it good thing liko that." Now York Proas. Preparation. When tho steak was brought upon the table, tho boarders gtouud their teeth. They had previously whetted thoir appetites. Detroit Tribune. heaven born zeal thnt led John Knox to cry out, "Oh, God, givo mo Scotland or I diel" That induced Whiteilold to exclaim, "Give mo souls or tako mine!" And that filled John Wesley with the desire to preach beyond old England, declaring that tho world was his parish. But in tho case of none of his followers has Godly zeal preyed upon their vitals liko it consuming fire as it did upon him who said, "Wist yo nut that I jnust be about my Father's business?" and who was wounded for our traiisgussions and brui-e- d for our Hov. David J. Bealo, Presiniquities. byterian, Philadelphia. dimming ii Vocation. Some peoplo often misinterpret their life work. I remember u young man who imagined he hud received a call to tho gospel ministry. Tho young man stated that lie was teady to bo ordained and begin tho work. Ho said ho had received a vision, mid emblazoned on tho sky weio tho letters G. P. 0. Ho interpreted them, "Go preach Christ." A monibir of the church who was present asked if tho letterscouht not mean, "Go plow corn. " Some men havo on idea they can do something when they can't. They should learn to gauge their work Hov. by tho measure of their abilities. Dr. Laudrum, Baptist, Louisville. fashion ami Life. The great mistake in lifo is to think that each succeeding phase and fashion is tho real thing, while, in fact, each is but u passing show. This is an ubuso of life. Another nbuso is to underestimate its real valuo in opportunity, friendship, development of character, success, otc. All theo are of value, and how host to uso them is tho secret of tho best uso of life. 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Give him a Call Clirlntlun ."Marriage. chance." "Short lcgsl Clumsy!" ho shouted, "Woman, get out n.s ho struggled up. of tho road got insido tho gato. You nro hoping for mo to keep on falling, nnd perhaps break my neck, but you'll You just keep insido be disappointed. that gato till you'ro called upon to " Then Mr. Bowsor examined tho wheels. They woro all there. Ho took it lo:ig look ut tho handle bar, but discovered nothing wrong with it. Tho pedals scomod to havo boon hung on nt the I I In thu 15 years that I havo been bishop I havo become convinced that sonic Uatholio men and women do not know thu sacred character of Christian mar riage. Somo Catholics decido iu an hour to got married, somu in six months, and they run oil' to u squire, a noil Catholic minister, it layman, a Jew, it heathen or u pagan and get married. They niako no Christian preparation for tho marriage, but instead tlioy commit crimes and sins of such mi awful character that I would not daro to mention them. Thoro tiro mauy who get married in a stato of mortal sin. This brings curses Liniir Iteiiileil. down on tho marriago uud causes ilinuy Tip I hoar old Suugsby loft a cool unhappy lives. That is why so many million behind. husbands and wives tiro sepnrated. Nip How else could ho keep it cool? Bishop W. M. Wigger, Cutholic, New Truth. Jersey. ( to K'hu ( p Hnl the li ". Th Nw Yir, Q teMi A (,'tB',',nt c mm u i'h i S T. S" if, P. A lin oil rf f'ineitiii'ii T. A , L"xt'iKon. K v., '.V. G M.vgm. I). P. A , Lexington, Kv the lini. psr-- ' "" vr UNDERTAKING JY Tho friendlt ee test lielween fhe Metropolitan sud b'c undry Methodist ovrr wbiib t WanliM'ticn cnurches should have tho bonrr of hivini; Mr McKinley pb h inenil r, bus been e ttii d in favor of thshttfr. a' wivh the tirei always worshipped whil- - t t Concri spmnn. dnnt-plrc- J. A Ho '"'-- C. HS'CIiJSJRY, . -- ', ,i Practical Trimmer, Banbalmer And Funeral Director. carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddjcs, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. '' Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-House v;ated-anTdeA- o& tlitnfr to patent? Pi otect your Minis; they may iirlui jou wenlth. Wrlto JOHN VKI)1)EU-MUUis CO., l'utunt Attorneys. Waslilnstoa U. C. for S1.SW irlzo oileis Tub court of appeal) afllrma the decision In the case of Alonzo Walling, Jackson's partner in the murder of Pearl Ky., Dnc. 15, 1S96 Bryan, and he too is to swing, the quickStanford. er the better. When told of the declaim the heartlcts fiend hardly looked up from a game of cards he was playing with W. P. WALTON. Jackson, remarked that he had nothing to say and claimed the point just won bv him in tho came. Then ho urged Jackson to proceed with the game. To boUocratic have been raised ns they have, it is All a not lovely in the Imiiaunpo-li- a B'range how totally depraved theeo camp, as tho convocation at wretches are. It is hoped that Gov. last week demonstrated. Though Bradley will hurry up the business and but few of the Roodysoody. were on handf have tl cm put out of the way hs soon as possible. there was a sulliciont number to show Wk aro asked to publish a prospecthat even in that little crowd harmony appears to be out of the question. Some tus and address as long ns your arm of of them want to forco Mr. Cleveland on tho "Louisville Dispatch," the new demthe country 8Rain, others are as deter- ocratic daily, which promises to make its mined that he shall not be, eomo want appoarance not later than March 1, but to push Mr. Watterson forward as the space forbids even if wo were disposed logical nominee for president in 1900, to give up so much of it. The new venwhite stM others prefer to eeethocoun-trv- ture is to bounder the editorial control than of tothedemnition B. A. Enloe, of the former great editor lead their Tennessee, and is to be a seven column to have hope, forlorn as it is. The Louisville eight page daily, to be Bont at f 0 a year. Tost is raising sand becauce Mr. Watter- The prospectus says there is no doubt son was teudeicd a banquet and intima about tho success of the movement or tea that the invitation and blow-ou- t that Louisville presents the beat opening wera arranged without consulting any for a democratic daily in the United but the gentleman's closest friends. The States. troublo about the boltocrats is that the The supreme court of Wisconsin has aggregation of intelligence, these kid glove by the su- decided that the Knights of Pythias are politicians, is overbalanced preme desire of each and every member responsible for insurance on lives of its its of it to be tho lender. Each imagines members, notwithstanding himself a statesman preordained to save that "if a member commits suicide, the country and having contracted the whether he be sane or insane, or the act habit of bolting, stands ready to bolt at be voluntary or involuntary, he shall forany and all times. A sweet scented set feit all his rights under the certificate of Tho decision was made is this Republican Aid Society and tho membership." lees the people have to do with it the bet- in a test case for $1,000 by a woman ter. The signs in the skies too are that whose husband committed Biiicide for the settlement of nearly one hundred simithey will let it very severely alone. lar cases pending in all parts of tho UniOne of Heathen Moore'B proteges has ted States, and the amount involvod is gone henca under circumstances that estimated to be upward of $100,000, dileaveB her memory beclouded. Mies vided up in sums of from $100 to S500 Mary Collins, of Midway, and a gradu- each. ate of Daughters College at Qarrodsburg, The story that President Cleveland's who became an athiest and a contributor to the Blue Grass Blade, was found dead message had stirred np the Turkeys to the point of making the Sultan demand in a room in New York, with P. L. of Chicago, a free thought lec'.urer. on apology, originated in tho fertile brain They were both asphixiattd, bnt whath-e- r of an enterprising newspaper reporter they turrcd on the gas intentionally There isn't a word of it, the State deor not will never be known. Both were partment at Washington says, and we dressed and the woman's body was lying believe it, since it is hardly probable across that of the man. Miss Collins was that the Turks are brave enough to fight an unusually bright and handsome girl any but the defenseless Armenians, even and was preparing herself for the lecture if they could read and understand Mr. platform. There is no charge of intima- Cleveland's pointed reference to the cy between the pair, though the circum- stench they have creatod by their atrocistances are sensationcd, if not suspi- ties in the nostrils of civilized Nations all over the Globe. cious. Found. Pair of spectacles. Call at this office. Wanted. 100 bushels Navy beanB and 100 bushels of colored boans. Edmiston Bros., Crab Orchard. CoMMtssioNKu's Sales. Hon. II. O. Warren sold Mrs. Jane Barrow's farm of You Have the MONET, WE HAVB THE GOODS, And we GUARANTEE you a Pair Exchange. A , ..i. EIGHT FACES to! acres on the Lancaster pike at auction yesterday to W. M, Perkins at $37; J. B. Spratt'a of GO. acrea on Dix river to Frauk Lawrence at $10; tho Kendall property in Stanford to Lincoln County Building & Saving Association for $500; tho Sibold property also in Stanford to the Ky. Citizens B. & S. Association; the Rohner farm near Highland of U5 acres toTl omas Murphy at $2 and tho J. H HugheB nlaco at Rowland to Tom Hurley for $101 50. R bow-wo- ws Narrow EeCAi'B, A few mornings since Mr. E. T. Pence, while in his large barn, thought hesmolled smoke oud begun an investigation. In the loft where there was a large let of hay ho found a bloze, but by quick work ho and his colored wotkmen succeeded in smothering it. Had he not happeued in tlm barn at tho time there is no doubt but what it would have burned together with sll the feed, horses, farm machinery and other contents. He thinks that probably a tramp slept in tho hay and left the spark but he could find no other evidence of one having ben around. t -- BEAUTIFUL : STOCK To pick from and every Purchase a Bargain. We are satisfied that our by-la- w for $1,000 damages because of the over flow of a dam the company built, which was on trial when we Kent to press Thursday, resulted in a verdict of $50 for Fisher vs. the Cincinnati Southern R. R. Circuit Count. The caso of Martin CHjXISTJjIAS GOODS Are Bound to Please You and that him. The trial of Louis Lynn for the mur der of Tom Howard, another Negro, oc cupied the moat of Friday and Saturday and ended in a verdict for life. It will be remembered that tho killing was over a hog that Lynn had levied on for Howard's school tax. An aggravated caBe of murder was made out and Lynn did well to escape the gallows. You (QUI AGREE With Ds After you have examined them. XOllE SFAYS NOTES. Alfred Nobe, who invented nitroglycerine, died in Italy. Tho collapse of a building at Jans, Spain, buried over 1C0 people. The Missouri Legislature is wres'-liwith a bill to make foot ball a felony. Dr. William Elliott, aged JS, a prominent citizen of New Haven, this State, is dead. Joe McVey shot and killed Millard Combs near Middlesboro, tho result of an old grudge. Tho body of E. D. Fetters was found buried with the carcaBS of a mule near Knox, Ind., Friday. A Colorado merchant started hia; nose to bleeding by lifting a sack of flour and he bled to death. John Boyle, of New Albany, Ind., took morphine for quinine by mistake and died in a few hours. Lt. Sharpley, who was accused of in timacy with a female convict, haa been discharged as penitentiary guard. and Bhot in d A man was Iowa pfter being acquitted by the courts of the charge of stealing chickens. A Chicago & Eriebrakeman v.ii9abot to death at Gallon, O , by a tramp he wns attempting to eject from his train. Three sierra died nonr Plum Run, Vu , from eating corned beef, which W. had been left in tho can over nigbt. At Maysvillo John Willett and Rjp Hall, young farmers, were killed by a Chesapeake and Ohio passenger train. A train on the Kentucky Midland. in Scott county, was wrecked by running into a mule. Several people were huit-catfish was caught near Leavenworth, Ind., in which was found a watch which was still running, says a dispatch. Attorneys for Scott Jackson are try ing to Becure a rehearing for the arch fiend, who ruined a girl and then killed her. y bicycle race at Hale won the Madison Square Garden, New York, by making 1,910.8 miles, L'8 moro than the next man. The North German Lloyd steamer Salier went down oil the Spanish coast. Nearly 400 people wero on board, and all were drowned. Marie Barberi, the Italian girl, who killed her faithless lover, was acquitted at New York, after one of the most noted local trials on record. The handsome residence of Mr. W. Dickinson, holiness manager of the D. Glasgow Times, burned. The loss is partially covered by Insurance. Gov. Bradley received a letter from a Newport lady asking that Scott Jack son's sentence be commuted to life, "because he is too wicked to die." George Erb, now a resident of Pa., has confeesed that ho and bis paramour murdered and robbed Edward Nutter in Fort Smith, Ark. M. A. Spurr, former president of the Commercial National Bank of Nashville, yeKra' imprisonwbb sentenced to 2 certifying chocks. ment for falsely At Newport, a verdict for $17,500 wsb returned against the L. & N., and in of Mrs. Gen. Oreighton, who waa in jured while trying to savo the life of a child. Sterling Turner, a popular young student of Vanderbilt University, and nreaident of the College Y. M. O. A., committed suicide Sunday by catting his throat with a razor. He waa despon-deand feared on account of be was losing his mind. that ng way-laiBix-daHar-risburg, fa-vnt Put-ma- GIVE US A TRIAL. We Do Better than We Promise. wants an auditorahip in the treasury department at Washington and as tie is well qualified, was an ongnnl McKinley man and has run two or three races just Mn. Clkvxland has ttppointed a re- to keep his party together, he is prettv publican to be receiver of the public certain to get there. moneys at Denver, which looks liko he is In his speech at tho Indianapolis determined to go out of oilica taking meeting of Gold Bug Democrats the with hitn the execrations of tho men who it night, Mr. Watterson Baid-- bnt electtdliui and the plaudits of those other matter to the democrats what ho doesn't who inwardly feel that he hts made a said. His remarkB hereafter, or until he comiserable mess of it. Had he not to his senses, will bo interesting quetted with tho republicans but adopt- comei only to republicans. ed the Andrew Jacsaon doctrine that to the victors belong the spoil?, the democKnowing that under McKinley rule, racy would not have suffered defeat and trusts, combines and corporations will a real democrat would be inaugurated run riot and receive every encourage next March. ment and protection, the newspaper maRecognizing the demand of the peo- kers have formed a trust and hereafter with consumers only ple for the remonetization of silver, the propose to deal (or bi- through a selling agency. republicans are evolving schemes IT- and the Cincinnati Commercial Tribune tried Sunday to see how funny th y could be over the revivification of our old friend, tho Congressional Record, which Gov. McCreary has again order d ti be feat to our exchange table and which 0 Is a want felt for months. In the language subscriber: "We of an appreciative couldn't do withou the Re:ord. It is better tuan a latter from home." Thanks, governor. It causes the soul of tho editor to eing a gld song of joy. It comes a costless comp iment from the Representative in Congress to the editor in the sanctum and Nerves, as the Cincinnati paper sajs, to preserve the amenities Without profit or loss to either. Both the Courier-Journ- al Although, he says he would have no office under the sun that would require his removal from Danville, the newspapers continue to name Hon. John W. Yerkes for nearly every good oiUce in sigl t The latest is that he, is to have a cabinet position. He is big enough and brainy enough for any of tho good things but Danville is as near heaven as he wants to get, till his wings grow out and he is enabled to fly to the land that is fairer tl an that. L. Boslry, of tho Paris applicant is no little poat-ollicReporter, Penny's Drug Store. flOV-Ttt.OO- The fire looses aggregate for the United States and Canada ho far this year For the same period amounted to SIK), last year the O. 'o-ee- WK - e S20.000. Editor John e Liliuokalani hm arrived Bt Francisco. She was recently granted Sn an unconditional pardon by tho Hawaii-a- n government, and took the first opportunity cf leaving the island. Mj. E O. Elliott, one of th beat known turfmen in the South and judge of tho Cumberland Park and Kncinc Association, Hiiflered a Htroke of paralysis while walking th streets of Gallatin. Ex-Que- lire fltaays fit It. Always looking for pood things for you, always hustling around to provide you with the best in our line at the lowest possible prices and there have been unmistakable signs of the public's approval. This weed we've been busy and we want you to know it, because it is the best kind of an argument frr our splendid values to have people buy them. Come see lor yourselves this week. . NKW ADVKKTISK1(K.Vj A Executor ol John M tUil, ileceacd, at public auction on Bank Stock. : I will sell Timely Notice of Many Lots of Bright Xmas Merchandise. Handkerchiefs, many dozen of them in plain and fancy, to sell at frcm 5c up. Gloves, both ladies and gents', a big assortment and prices sure to suit you. Also a big line of Mufflers. S Monday, January II. 1896, wr County Court day, Ji shires ol stock in thu Farmer Hank and Trust Co. of Stanford, Ky. Sale will occur at it a. m. W A HAIL, Executor Said ITotios I will not te ed by my wife, will take legal er property she, I 84t reipon Itle lor any deliti contractwho hn recently left tne, and I tep to secure any jeclrr or othdisposes of belonging to mc EVERKI f SOUKELL, faianlord, Ky. HOLIDAY SLIPPERS ! Just the thing for a Christmas Present to gents, and we have them in Patent leathers and nulhandsome velvet embroidered with flowers. up. SHIRTS, white and fancy, lifies in black and tan from 50c, to sell at 50c to 5 no. Beautiful line of metallism and under Senator Woicott's resolution a committee has been appointed to prepare the way for an international agreement. If this agreement can be secured, all well and good, otherwise the agitation will be kept up. The sentiment for silver is rampant and will not down at any man's or party's bidding. RiciiAiuaoN leaves tho Glasgow Times, whose pages he has brightened and adorned for years, without even saying "Good-bye- " or "Be dog to you." Jim NOTICE I He evidently has something better in Bight or he would not tear himself away so abruptly. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Loit, Strayed or Stolen from ray tsble Tuesday, Dec. i, i&j, a Hay Mare Three- Yean Old. Hat very heavy mane and tall; foretop cut short. Liberal reward will be paid for ber return. A. K. AMUUGHT. Brodbead, Ky. Si-- tf McKinley's election has not brought prosperity to the street railroad in Kentucky at least. Immediately following the 3rd of November the Frankfort electric railway stopped short never to go again, till people are able to lid e and now a receiver has been appointed for the Bowling Green Street Car Co. Pros perity is comicg though thuy tell us, but bo is judgment day. Have you read Danka' big ad ? J. H. Bright haa a nice Grovesteen & Fuller piano which be will sell at his sale Dec. 19. COAL I I am (till agent for Kails Ilranch Coal and will keep a supply of all kinds of Coal, so you get such as you want at the lowest ponlble price for Cash. Office, .Mill St. and Railroad Crouin?, opposite Roller Mill. J. . HIGGINS. Stanford, Ky. 37 In the latest Styles, Ladies' and Gents' UNDERWEAR will be sold at Reduced Prices from now on to the end of the season! A useful gift is a nice 1IC1WI11! 0Y$ For the young. Don't fail to inspect our line before you buy. Hat, Cap, Suit of Clothes, And cither of them would be appreciated by any sensible man of boy. Also a nice bed spread, napkins, table linens, towels, a Cape or Jacket would be appreciated by any sensible woman. The arrival of a little gir! in tho north end of town Sunday night has created much speculation and gossip. Fire Insurance Written on All Classes of Property in the Best of Companies. The young gentlemen of town will give Not satisfied with the steal of public secretaries, a hop Thursday night at Walton'a Opora money to pay their private Congress is considering a bill introduced House in honor of the visiting ladies. by a Balary grabber of Louisiana, increasing the salaries of Senators and Representatives to $7,500 and the salary of the Speaker of the House to J 10,000 They ought to have it. Everything Bhouldgo these republican times. One good turn deservesanotber. Chairman R. D. Hill boosted Colson into a nomination and now Colson is boosting him for district attorney lor Kentucky, but he'll hardly be able to pay tho debt ho owes him. John D. White will camp on his trail and be is not entirely without influence with theg. 0. p, Tiik unusually fine spell of weather ended yesterday in rain, making county court day a very moist one. No promise of a cold snap is held out by the weather Bervice. L0T$ OF D0LL$ ADD THE LOUISVILLE A: URBANSKY SrCO., Proprietors, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Branch Stores: Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Gentlemen's Clothing Matlc to Measure frcm the most attractive lines ol samples to be found. My aystem of measurement guarantees a perfect fit in every department. Why experiment with ameteurs wnen you can be protected in ev eryparticular by liming your measurement with me t I am also ST0RL. ', Death. A dispatch from J. P. Goode says thatMrs. Margaret McOormack died yesterday morning and will bo buried at the old homo this morning at . She had been sick a long titno and the end was expected. A numbor of children are lelt to mourn the loss of an excellent mother, including Mrs. Clay Powell and Mr. Emmett McCormack. lO.-DO- Agont For tho Lexington Stoam Laundry. All Work Guaranteed. JESSE D. WEAREN. Lawrenceburg, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabethtown, and Franklort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. A. fri!winnr,:inE -- im Stanford, Ky., - Jf'IWWU Notice Danka' window this weok. Mklhouhnk Model Minetrelay at Opera House, Dec. 22. Wal-ton- 'a Apples, Oranges, LemonB, Candies, Nuts, Kalaens, Ac, at Warren A Shanks.' ta' w Pa-pe- Dec. 15, 1896 Don't buy your UbriBtmas goods until Skr our ad, on this pE. A handsome you have thoroughly read W. R. " doll given away. Craig A Hockor. . "ad." W. II. Biiady'h Ih loaded down with good things to cat. Call and see them. Sterling Silver Novelties Nail Files, Cuticles, Knives, Tooth Brushes, r Knives, Glove and Button Hooks, Lock Bracelets, Book Marks, Match Safes, Sleeve Holders, Hat Marks, Hair Brushes, Combs, Cloth Brushes, Bonnet and Velvet Brushes, Stamp Boxes, Scissors, Em-br- y Balls, Glove Pungents, Salve Jars, Mcmorandas, Key Rings, Pipes, Suspenders, Tape Measures, Rabbitt's Feet, Pocket Books, Umbrella Marks, Seals, Crochet Hooks, Bicycle Tags, Bill Books, Cigar and Cigarette Cases, &c. E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Youeuould taknyotir prescriptions to PennyVtlniK' Btoro wlicro prompt and Look at Penny's Christinao advertiseaccurate Borviceia gUArantoml. ment. Rig Btock of XiiiHB gooda at low 1'JMSOXA I. Comb in and sue our new Xtnaa gooda. New itookaof every description at prices to suit. W. R. McRoberta. POINTS. was prlcea. Mil. A.G. Huffman Ih rjuitn ill. Mil. Max Sai.imikh, ol houtavil'e, W. K. Dawks Iihh been appointed at Saufley, vice J. G. Martin poat-mHBl- or Wk have juat opened ua elegant Hue Holiday Goods in China, Ulaes and Queenavmre. Call in tnd Inspect. Warren A Shanka. - of herttyoaturdBy. Miss Gkokoia Wiiay at FnrriH k Hindi V. 11 Ih now BAltt-Ud- returned from h vis, it to (Jorbiu ymttmUy. Mies Mahy ISkazlly wrnt to Unnvillo Mite. M.uiuiK Hum Saturday to vioit midlives. Mits. W. It. Million, o( Livingston, was tho Client o( friends here. Mibb Mahy Shkliiy loaveH this week for Louisiana to visit lior aiatcr. Mil. Joiih lliiACKETT and wife aro back from Iown and tlio latter Is very ill. Mil. ani Miia. tins S. IJoyi) are celebrating tbe arrival of their fifth aon. Mk. Thomab It. 1'iiKi.rg, of Madison, apent aoveral daya with Mr. It. Cobb'a family. Mihb Jmais I). Cook went to Huston vlllo yeatorday toapund a week there and elaewbere. M11. J. 1). Holukhman and wife, of Lebanon, apent eeveral daya with their omefolka hero. M11. T. G. Xunnblliy went to Louis-vlll- e yeaterday to have a surgical opera tion performed. Miib. V. li. Million, of LivinfHton, camo down Hitturday to visit her mother, Mrs. ilettlo Hronddiifl. Mies Annik Alcoh.n accompanied her father, Judge J. V. Alcorn, to Mt. Vernon Kridiy- to Bisiat him in taking depo-sition- a. Mil. J. W. Davis, of Cumberland county, who married Mita Kanuiu Harp er, of tiie Weal Knd, waa hero yesterday with Mr. J. W. Pow.ll. Miis. Lik Huffman iiaa returned from a viait to Ilustonville, bringing with litr tier couain, MieaHallie Cook, wiio will stay tome time among ua. Lexington Leader. Miis. Hlttik C. Pjsnyiiackf.k and daughters, Missis Agnes nml Gertie, of Kinpnllle, paid our olllco a call Friday. They were nccompanied by Mr. W. L. McCarty. Mica Kuzaii.th Luian, of Shelby ville, arrived iralurday to viait Mls Anne in Sunnks, who will i utertain her honor ait well aa that of Mlaa Pick, ett, of Shelby, and Mis McAfee, of lb-anoht of cross ties a little bou of Mr. "Hade" Lost. Rlack bilk bag containing Sampson jumped on the wagon but in brown veil and other articlea. Leave hia effort to get off fell under tho wheels. with Will Craig (Druggiai). Reward Notwithstanding they passed over hia given if deaired. , body be eecaped unhurt and since haa felt no inconvenience from it. Wanted turkeya and 2,000 Tub barn on Mr. Willis G. Routot.'. geese; also chickonB, ducks, egga, hides, furs, feathera and ginseng. Write ua for place near McKinney, waa burned Sun prices. Car lots of live poultry a spe- day night together with 00 bales of hay, cialty. II. R. Northcott A Co., Lancas- a lot of eorn and other feed and a lot of farmf: g implemonta. About darkB son ter, Ky. . . of Mr Ronton drovea tramp from the Tub oflicial mtjority against saloons in bHrn and a few hours later it was discov Mercer ia fl.TjJ. The wela only carried one ered on fire. There waa no insurance precinct, Shaker Mill, and that bv only either on tho barn or its contents. Tho ono majority. Kvery chance tho people farm belongs to Mr. George L. Carpen get to pnaa on the question they vote to ter. Btop the whiaky tratllr. The will of Greenberry Bright was of- TiiRiut will lie public exerciaea, to con-- fered for probate yesterday, but Mra. R. at of declamatioue, compoaitiona, readL. White, John W. Rrightand Miaa Lu- ing and dialogues, to which all tho ella Bright tiled notice cf contest and it friend, and especially those of the Semi- wa continued tiil the 21st. Tho grounds nary and College, are invited, at the are in quality of divieion of property and public 6chool next Friday afternoon at 2 undue influence by Geo. P. Bright, who o'clock. geta, it Is claimed, nearly 115.000 more Coi,. W. F. ShtKtDAN ia back from then tho rest of the heire. Messra. Breck Louisville, where lie haa I eon assisting inridge and Harding represent the con in thu arrangement of a new echtdnle on testants and Hill A McRoberta and thlaMlvieion to take eHect next Sunday-Tri- Welch the other aid. Mkaslks. Virgil Cileman, who was here from Middleburg ytsterday, tells ua Goon property at Crab Orchard for rent, b'eo Dan Holman. Mra. Kato Mc that Rev. M, Creech's family of a wife and nine children are all don with Gee, London. . meaclts. Kemknyi, the violinist, and hia piauiat JunUE Momiow haa decided the local and Boprano, will be at the Danvlllu opera Iiouho Wednesday niglit, next. option election in Pulaski valid, but the vhieky men uro going to lake the cieo to Fou Salk 011 Rknt. My place beyond tho court of appeals on technical ground?, on Danville pike. Possession although there are 2,100 majority of the Jan. 1. Mra. Fannie Dunn, Stanford. people against them and two tribunals have thcided in favor of the law. tick-eTiik L. AN. will sell round-triDec. 22 to 25 and Doc. 30 to Jan. 1, Touoit Hoy. A few dajs ago as Argood till Jan. I, at lj (area on account ol thur Fu hanks was hauling a load . Sterfino Silver Ta&feware. Butter Knives, Sugar Shells, Tea Spoons, Table Spoons, Soup and Cream Ladles, Berry Spoons, Nap- kin Rings, Iancy Sets, Mustard Spoons, etc,, etc. toll-ga- te p ta thouolldaB. . Banquet Lamps and Onyx Tables. Fine Gilt Goods at Lowest Prices. Dresden and Deflt Lamps. Has the Finest Assortment of Silver Plated Ware in this vicinity. We will but on sale this week Butter Knives, 25c to 2.80, Tea Spoons Si. 50 to $6 50 per set. A SOLID 14 KT. GOLD WATCH FOR $19.95. With a Genuine Waltham or Elgin Movement. Our line of Opera Guards. Cuff Links, Scarf Pins, Studs, Children's Dress Pins and Rings is especially fine and is low in price. For the Holidays we will sell A Solid Qold Set Firjg For Ladies' and Misses Sizes. r)y 98 Cer?ts Cake Plates, Salad Dishes and the H FINEST IMPORTED. CHINA AND VASES, Bohemian Glass in Cloisonne Decoration, Wedgewood, Carlsbad, Etc. ter Bottles, Tooth Picks, Etc. Small Pieces in Cut Glass, Wa- Silver - Mounted Walking Canes. Fine Line of Mantel Clocks. Gold Spectacles fitted to the eyes. Smoker's Sets and up to date goods Presents from 25c, up. Buy your Xrnas Presents of the Jeweler that is a Jeweler n. Mh. K. K. Wilson, one of tho clever-M- t republicanain the mountain, tiaaan nouueed hia candidacy for county judge 'of Laurel. If the people of that county are compelled to have republican otliuerH wo hope Mr. W. will g't whi t ho Hunts an artist ol MitaLi7ZiK rare merit, haa juat ilniahed an elegant oil painting, entitled "Tho Thread ol Llfti." The paintii g i" executed In the beatatyluof tbe art and represents thno aixe. It is fUtms.aml are jewelry on oxhibition in Wnodl-v- V atorc Norfolk, Va , I.nti'uwk. Many ol our rendera remember how talented this young lady wna even in her earlier years and will lie intereated in knowing how rapidly alio haa progressed in the ekillfnl um of paint and brush. three-quarter crr.i.v I'tcixirr. Don't (ail to read Dunks big ad. X qxi Hkad, read, rad. -- Don't fail to read John Meier'a ad. ISlu lot of teachers' Hibios at low pliers inapec-tiou- at W. It. McKoberlH. Xmah stock open and ready for Craig it Hocker. . Xmab preaunta that appeal to your " puree at Danka,' tho wider. " Faiihis& Hakdin's tlnu music box haa arrived. You might get it for nothing. Bee them about It. Pictviiks. Photos and tin typea made in the latest and best etyle during tho holidaya. Frank Cordler, Rowland. i A an mom a chair, picture, bed room sulto, mirrow, table or something of the kind would make a nice Xrnas preaent. " Witbera haa them cheap. 11 indebted to W. II. Wearen A Co. muBt aottlo at once, or their accounts will be placod in tho hands of an oflicer. Take this to yourBelf if you owe " them. TiiKitE will be a cliildren's entertainment and treat at tho Walnut Flat church on Saturday afternooD, 2Gth, at 2 p. m. All of the Sunday echool children invited. All those changes relate only to freights, of every description. A yol'mi man, armed with colored trains will paea here at thu same Money. pencils, books, etc , haa been here all and Save time ai now. week making a new map of tho town and Tim young married women bore are diagram of its buildings for tho uao of forming an Hconomical Lunch Club, and the various insurance companies doing will adopt a rule that no member shall buaineaa in Lancaster. Central Reexceed the expenditure of $3 for a lunch cord. The voung man spoken of la Mr. for the party. Mra. J. S. Owsley, Jr., L. O. Hulburd, who knocked down a felwill likely be elected president. Tho low or two when aeveral Harrodsburg first meeting will be with Mrs. Jeaae M. Alecks attempted to rnu him, and who put out a tiro heio all by himself A Alverson. good man to have around and a Fpleudid St'CCEHH. Mr. JameH It. Owena, who fellow to treat courteously. Warn your apent aewnil daya in Mitaisaippi huntboys to do ho. ing, had remarkable aucceea. He and hia paitv killed Is deer and four bears end Caledonians. The court house was could have killed a car load or ao of smal- crowded Saturday night at the Caledoler game if they had wanted to, Mr nian entertainment. Mr. J. Richard Owena killed a 100 pound bear, making Buah delivered the opening address, thu sixth he haa killed in hia life. splendid inutile by the Stanford Braes Band followed and also between encli of Mn I), it. Hall, of Eminence, waa the recitations and other exerciapH. The here Friday to rent propel ty to open a dtclamation, "Just Before Chrhtmaa I'm Hitloon in. He inmle eeveral oilers but as Good ua I Can Be," by Maater Robert did not Nucceed in getting a room. For Harding Water?, received a prolonged ttie one In the I.stkhioh Jouiinal build-in- g encore, when ho reeponJed witli a brief tiu oflured JH)0 a year, payable speech. Disguised as quito an aged monthly in advance, showing that he SwiiMrlnmi couple, Messrs. Joe F. Waters had confidence in the trade hero. and George W. DoBord, Jr., played a cornet duet, were loudly applauded and n Will Ki'Iiatt, a relative of tho William Spratt, who ciaima to bo responded with another, tho band joina aon of the living God, was placed in ing in. "The District School," with Kato jail Saturday charged with breaking into WBlton Waters as teacher and Roberta the house of George Chappull on Dix O'Bannon, Nan Denton James, Clara river and stealing a email amount ol Cooper, Arthusa McAlistor, Myrtle money. Spratt haa not an extraordinar-i'- y O'Bannon, Josephine Hayden, Margaret strong mind himaelf and there are James, Frances Cooper and others as those who don't believe he ia responsi- scholars was applauded liberally, as'waB ble tor hia strange action?. tho declamation of Ashby McKeo Warren, which waa well delivered. The deTiik Roy Okatoh. To further increase bate, "Resolved that there Bhould be an if poaeible, the deep interest mautfeeted Educational Qualflcation to Vote," with by thu public in thu Caledonian Society, James M. Sautley and E. L. Grubbson we deaire that at our next meeting a the ailirmative and James Menofea and conteat ahull bo had for a $10 prize. Wo Lucien L. Lewis on thu negative, was would like to have an entry from any decided by the judges, Dr. W. R. O'BanKentucky town against Master Robert non and Messrs. R. Chancellor and Jas, Harding Waters, the "Roy Orator of II. Yeager, in favor of the negative. The Stanford," aged seven years. Correspaper read by Mr. R. M. Newland and pondence solicited at once. J. L. Reaz-leedited by him and Mr. J, Richard Rush, L. R, Hughes, committee. proved an amusing and entertaining peChbibtmab Tukk. Mias Ida Clark, who riodical. Tho large crowd was apparent teaches the Goshen school, tells us that ly well pleased with the exercises from her school will wind up in a bleze of beginning to end. glory on Christmas Eve, whon there will bo a Christmas tree and a school She requests us to say that those who want to put presents on the tree will do so tho afternoon before or v 1JM tiB IH H t nhvAi euly the morning of the 21th. The public generally is invited both to come JZ9xVS and bring presents. paa-Benger HOLIDAY lllia 4TTR4 At the Store of THE DRUGGIST. 9j " (TEUnBUBR. GTIONS m well-know- Vi t.i i A 1 i i T . a Miscellaneous GIFT BOOKS in Great Profusion. Come in and Buy at LOWER prices a y, Fine Bible or Testament Everything Pretty in m m euter-ttinme- nt. ROYAI "" 'i"'"i iti i 11 XMAS NOVELTIES is W.R. Cook, of tho Highland flection, truly drinking of tho bitter cup. Re- sides a little daughter who is at the point of death with pnoumonia, hia wife and the rest of his children, seven in number, are down with rneislee. Tiik 10 abarea of stock in tho HuBton-vill- o National Rabk, advertised by J. L. Rruce, sold yesterday, five shares to Dr. Hawkins Drown at $15 and five to Mr. A, V. Carpenter for Misa Dolly Williams at 115. This beats any Bale of stock ovor made. Afterwards at private sale Dr. Ed Alcorn bought for tbe same young lady five shares of same Btock at $153 from Thomas Dunn, of Garrard. 1 Tiik Turners ville Christian Endeavor Society hold in store a moat enjoyablo treat in tho lecturo of Mr. Wood Ballard on "The Great Men of tho Future." Presbyteriap church, McKinney, Dec. 19th, 7 p. m. Admission 15 cts. After tho lecturo an oyster supper will bo served in Ware's Hall for the small euni of 25 cts. A "Japanese Gin" will servo you with a cup of hot ton or cofloo and sandwiches for 5 cents. "Robekah" will be at the well and will draw a glass of lemonade to accompany a slice of cako for only ono nicklo. A "Greok Maiden" in her classic Grecian costume will dispense yery modern candy, fruits and cake at small coat. Free admission to the dining hall i':&l a mmmmi i mnG POWDER Absolutely Puro. der. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United StatesGov-emineReport. A$ Beautiful Medallions and Mirrors, Albums. For ENTERTAINMENT we have exerything NEW out this Season in Games, Musical Instruments, Toys. Dolls, Doll Heads, A Iron Toys, Drums and Doll Buggies. W. B. McROBERTS." A cream of tartar baking pownt Doll iLarge and Small select line of xoii: 1 ROYAL BAKING POWDEIVICO. New York. N in UK... W " .1 SEM-WfcEK- LT IHTEWOR JODWW WASHINGTON TUo LETTER. Clf-n- RELIGIOUS THOUGHT. i t f Truth I'roirt tlio of All Di'iionilniitlons. fllt-atii'i- Friday PutJllflUod Evory Tuoadrty ftntt 33 PBB YlCiVniN ADVANCE charged.- rWhen not sopaid 82.50 will be K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tv.tn.lMTB Stanford t 7:10 . ro and nu 9' v p. m, returning at :jo P. m., 4:05, L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. I g' NO. HO. M. Train goins'.North South . ta 37P m .... 3 13 m .11 04 p m 1 tj, QUEEN & CRESCENT. oj p m .8.3s pn and to run no furhir Note. Nos. oAll tralni stop there. Junction City. T,uni nasi Junction Cur aifollowi: MlTsonth ..w.o.pmNo.North tf,0' Iiooam " 4 " .1 -6 " .'..'."" 3 m II 10 ,',' 5 ...3 3 P " m -- 3 6,; , than RESIDENCE.FOR SALE. .cilot!.' andretUence and can 1.3 on divided, putting store-htu.- e ' . QAt rol,on- A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, . Stanford, Ky. Office over McRoberts' Uullding. Drugstore in the Owsley DB. W. B. PBSlTlTTr, fctBK1?.Dentist, :Staaford, : Ky, Office on'Lancatter Street, at Residsnce. A. G. I.anham John B. Cattleman. nor Ah INSURANCE COMPANY of; LIVERPOOL. UfTRTiPR 7j wmjawmu v. rffTT KhJRN i". a MANAGERS, Commerce Building, ;Louisvilie. Agents Throughout the South. W. A. T2lI33IiB?, LOCAL AGENT, ZZ Stanford, - - 37tf Kentucky. BARKEKHOUSE, J F. BARKER, Proprietor, Somerset, - - Kentucky . Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Dav. ItcraoJeled and refurnished throughout, Largs and Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and office connected by Electric Hells 4' Proiaptnd polite nervice to guests. 3SrOEL SOXT, DEALERS Good, Clean, Cheap. In exchange. IN COAL, Corn and Hay taken Come nnd see us. Niar Railroad Crossiug, East of Depot, STANFORD, KY. J. T. JOITS3, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Dia-non- Rool Sole proprietor Deal's Black Paint. Estimates furnished for painting Waal, Metal and lroa Roo's. aatHUciion guaranteed. AU roots punted with Dean's Ulack Diarasnd Paint guaranteed lor years. Dealirs in beit Cistern Pumps and Galvanized Iron Kiltora, Oalvan-Ue- d ai It andlUlack lroa Roofing of all kinds. THE London. RILEY - HOUSE Kentucky. F. B. RILEY. Proprietor, (have moved to my new Hotel and uoi bains prepared than ever to accommodate the publ't. dt, Deed Livery attsslitfi aad every (red. Give ca a call. , FRANK RIL.KY, -- THE HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, M. W. JOHITSOIT, Is Agent for The Mutual He Insurance Co And The Ter.Tt or Aotna Accident Insurance Company. But anl Matt Fao'.ViIi Insurance Scientific American Agency for il'Wtl F.V - Tot Information finil frvo Handbook wrlto to ML'NN K. CO., M llBOADWar, New Ycr.ir. Oldest bureau for noctirlnjustmunts In America. li lironcht Nf'ro Kvery patent wken out by tho public by a uotlco given frvo of chanjo In tho jm r 11- th HHIm CAV5ATS. TRADE in1 DESION PATEMT8, m MAHK3. COPYRIGHTS, etc.! jftfenfiffc ioarsel-T'slxraontTH. attojton Inrest clrenlatlon of any Klentlflc paper In tho world, biiieiiiiiuir iiU'Sinu' So intelllifeiit man Fliould bo vvllhout It. we.- .iy. ts.t.ir a AdiireM. Jiu.-vk v,w , 3tt 1 Urwidwaj-- Now YorH City. A Mmi. Plaintiffs v.The Kliui MounWithout a single exception, there Johntontain Cnnnl b Co., IMi. In Diutijr. God bo praised for tho mothers nil over tho world who aro prayerfully nnd is beyond doubt no greater or more Pursuant to Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit tonrfully sowing in their children's Spcclul Correapontlence. Court, remlcreil at me uctoncr term 01 popular newspaper in the United lS6 In tht a'uva cauu1, tic uinicric"mi" .; Interest in tho nntioption bill has hearts tho Feeds which aro to bring will on States than the Cincinnati Enquirer ; been revived by ndviccs received from fortli tho fruits of noblo manhood nnd Rev. Kerr D. Tnppor, or a more successful publisher than 2d 1896 Oeriunny reoently. This bill, which is womanhood Baptist, Philadelphia. its proprietor, Mr. John R. McLean. On the premlr at Kinssvlt'e, Kr.. e!l at public to prevent speculation in food intended Chirm's Need. products for future delivery, 1ms rcceiv-- I The prices for the Daily outcry to the highest and ofbest Milder all ol the Tho needs of China can best bo conih ilelemLnt, the real anil personal property ed soiiio favornblo consideration in other sidered in nil tlioir magnitude whan wo Enquirer have been maintained, and Muss Mountain Canning Co. Tlc leal puP"ty consists of n terlaln Tract ol Land upon which Is o congresses, but tho present houso consider tho enormous death rato of Unit its circulation largely increased each located def jndaut'a on ngriculturo shelved it early great nation. Twenty-twminute, or year; hard times and cheaper jourInst winter. Whilo tho passage of a sim 1,300 nu hour, dio everyday, with their ilar law in Germany may not hnvo tho souls unsaved. Hov. D. W. Lelacheur, nals failing to arrest its onward march effect of roviving tho measnro in this Returned Missionary, nt Lowell, Mass. and high appreciation of the public To wit, a property Is frame buildingfowith liami-ntiwtbounded as Said real congress it is nioro than likely to bring at a stonr 011 the Cincinnati Southern Our Iiitcrilojicinlcncp. for its true worth and merit. running N. 51 K ij poles 7 mils to n stone, Fifty-fiftcongress, possiit up in tho Nouo can savo his brother. Every ono to IVrcc'a lot them J 4 K. i; links to a "," lily nt tho special BCSBion which Presi- - must cuter into The Weekly Enquirer at beginning corner In sa il l'.erc-- ' line. Ihetice N. 51 K. ft poles stone relation with God for links 10 a stone, thence N ji W 6 poles to a dcut McKinloy ia oxpcctcd to call. ton l'11" ' himself. And yet evory man both re- of the campaign year was offered at slone, thence S. 51 W P' uf el right Tho German Law. ceives nnd gives in socinl intercourse. 50 cents a year, and its circulation on the linethence S of wiy tho Cincltiratl Southerna light of ay to aloii XalUay Tho Gorman law provides: If entirely separated from our fellows, sicii , making the point whcrw said riitht of way dian thence on First. No exchange can bo established wo would soon cease to bo what wo aro. increased by the addition of over widens by an said iltfht of wa inpolesKstcrly to a 8 3 rection along new subscribers; the most sione. thence S. ji t. to thebelunliiit. In ks the without tho consent of tho government, Half our faculties would lio dormnut 200,000 Also which, through a commissioner, will for wnnt of exercise, nnd tho other half substantial and coveted testimonial a failooing exeroiso a continued supervision over would gradually die. Rov. W. D. Wil- publisher could desire. its notions and dealings. liams, Congregntionalist, San Francisco. When asked for the secret of such One Hiram Itoiler, Kngine made by the Sinker Second. A court of honor ia created, Coil Iu the Constitution. . Pir ol Large l.vu Co Indianapolis. success, Mr. McLean frankly answers : Fairbanks Scales, a Lot ofInd which mnyoxoludo persons from tho exTomato Hoses, Cans A untion which is favored with tho s tor shipping and haull'K dechange after duo trinl. Judicially word of God is not justified in framing n The Enquirer has no opinions to force and Crates usedtools and machinery now in said and all the clared bankrupts will bo excluded for nt constitution or establishing n governcompany and building and ued br the defendant in the operation of said Canning Pac least six mouths, nnd permanently if tho ment which is at variance with that upon its patrons, it simply prints the Its facts and tells the truth that the reader tor. said reil and personal property will be sold bankruptcy was fraudulent. word. It should not bo necessary to reThe Third. When tho listing of stocks or mind our government of its position re- may form his own opinions. By to pay the debts ol the Kings Mountain Canning bonds is applied for at tho exchange, n garding recognition of God's power nnd maintaining the price on a credit of u property The of the paper, months.saidIlondwlth will be sold personal security approved committeo will investigate nnd decldo position ns king of nations, but tho be required ol the puichasei or purchasers whother thoy may bo ndmitted. Before fncts 6hov that it is necessary. Rov. more news and greater variety can be will bvarinic iniere.t from day of a, until pan', hsv this is dono n prospectus must bo pub Kevin Woodside, Presbyterian, Pitts- furnished, and every class of business in lorce slid effect o'lMdginenljC and payable to WAIIKEN, R the commis.ioner. lished, giving all particulars of tho se- burg. M. C. L. C. C. interests catered to, which a cheaper 79 curities, nnd stocks will not bo ndmitted IleRVcn rtntl Hell. journal cannot afford. until one year nftor tho entry of tho iirm Man in his ignorance has essayed ITotios--Farmer- s. The very liberal support given the namo in tho commercial register nor with chain and compass to measure hell tho publication of tho balnuco shoot and heaven. Thero nro no measurements Ennuirer bv the nuhlir at l.inre. makes for tho first business year. All persons as wo estimate things. Hell is not a it at Highest take your Corn incumbent upon the management We willKxeliaiign lor Coal,and May ol Stanferd signing a prospectus aro legnlly linblo place. It cannot bo described. It is too , l.t rem il you are Price in Cost for tho correctness of its statements and awful for that. No more can wo picture j to serve it faithfully with zeal and en- w e wl I WI ynu l" n and kliay aterdeis far Coal. your Custimi must mako good any loss or damago re- or describe heaven. No pen nor, brush terprise in minor matters as well as uui Cuil V'lKI. A S'lN Stanford, Kv. sulting from fnlse, misleading or omit- nor sound can umko us sensible of its those of greater magnitude. ted statements, and aro linblo to crim- glory. Rev. II. N. Couden, Chaplain inal prosecution. of tho United Stntes Houso of RepresentDealings In Futures. atives. A Den illy Suakr. Fourth. All dealings in futures nro iThe Rodemer l'lace of 105 Acres, A Since tho timo of Adam and Evo tho prohibited unless tho parties to tho transAt ItflwIaiHl. 'or i!v? Splrndld residence and action aro entered in tho exchange regis- snake has been a cronturo loathed nnd ireol outhouse l'iseiiii Jsnua i. J S OWSLr.Y. JR Trustee, ter. Registration costs $'A 5. 70 and an feared by mankind. It is our natural Sianloid. Ky. S,.4t nnuunl feoof $5.93. Tho register is pub- instinct to hate it, and it is also God's so. But thero nro other lic The entries nro nlso published. Per- will that we do : "to sons not registering hnvo no legal claims kinds of snakes aNo. In India 20,000 ngainst ench other by reason of any tora' peoplo are killed each year by snake. AN A meetingel th- - sto khilders ol the Nations! In the United States 00,000 dio from transactions. Hank ol llustnnvtlto will te be' at their bankitag of tho chief memhouse in Hutlonvillc the second Tuesday in Jau. Fifth. Dealing in futures in grain tho effect of tho bites between y ai.d in u , t'r the purpose aay, or Ftocks of mining ber of tho "old serpent" family strong nnd mill products ol electi 4 Directors 10 serve the ensuing year thou-an- d J W IIOLKlUt, Cssntcr. dollars in bounty ,v nnd manufacturing establishments is en- drink. Four is paid annually iu India for killing tirely forbidden. : To be eatucateil one must read the bestltlera-t- r Sixth. Whoever habitually and for snakes, but in the United States e The bust literature Is ei n.ive tho deatii record is threo times selfish purposes induces in experienced Leslie's Illustrated Wnklr. published at no f the r.r.t of the stocks, t)erom to siieculato on tiio escnango in as great, the government fosters nnd Filth Avenue. New York, IS full f the best A meeting..f Manf.wd w.llbur.held at their bankU Hans are sHpcrb; its things. luesday l Jaauaiy, sbjy. Istr v articles outsido their sphere of business protects tho liquor traffic. Rev. W. A. charming,Its illmlraikMis drparime t are stories ing purpose edited the huu leconeltctmi; it D reitoti lr the esu and Us literary o Gardner, Christum, iinu Francisco. will be pnnihetl with imprisonment nnd with consummate ssi i.gVear JOIISJ McROBRK l.S. fa.hicr Such a paper is a ureal popular educator. It Tho World Grown lti'tlor. a fine not exceeding $3,570. should be in every home. Seventh. With tho exception of tho Tho flood of ills nronnd us fills porno ' 'I Iim iihe rititiAfa nrin nf Lehes is ti Her an- : cf paragraph referring to tho exrhango henrts with dark forebodings for hu- ourn We make the unparalleled offer ol a of the Farmers register, which becaniooperntivo Nov. 1, manity. Falsehood and iniquity nro so Leslie's Illustrated Weekly and A tic 7.il the stockh wders heir banking Hal, y. . this law will go into effect Jan. 1, 1807. widespread and so rampant that they lor the houi ?... Z .Ml.r in The Semi Weekly Interior of .lewtmst are tempted to fear that tho world is V VlA SI.V C..hte? pui Matter. Another View of tho ' J lournal There aro two sides, of course, to this growing hopelessly worse, nnd that it both No such offer is useless to try to stem tho tidoof error I'or one year a only U I' rsuch ofUr will ever be I I question. Tho Produce Exchange was I Hut it is a tremendous was ever made belere. N'J made again. created to facilitnto tho handling of ag- and iniquity. a most acceptable papers hojio discover Ihese ricultural products after tho harvests tonic to courago and army ofto men who Christntai two bum day makeand will be constant or gilt 189C. rcMinders of the giver' k adncss. and to distribute them over tho entiro that thero is n vast Rtrnlt by postal order or check to year as tho necessity nrose. In future, seo nud love tho tighr, and to know that Kull stock ol Fruit and Ornamental Tree., W. V. WALTON. whenever men nro strong nnd steadfast Crape Vines, Small I ruin. Asparagus, and every when tho farmer, after tho harvest, We Stanferd, Kj. thluK for the Orchard, Lawn and linden. his crops to the dealer, the latter for tho right, in purpose and action as employ no Ageais Try us on ptice-- to lee the well as in thought, tho eternal powers of price must bo very cnutiousinnaniing dllftrence belw.en those of a grower and dealer. PRIVATE ALK OK Catalcgueou application because ho has no facilities of protecting tho universe nro working with them, II F 1III.LKNMKVKH. himself by "future" sales. Tho new nnd God will givothom deliverance out l.esingtuti, Ky. Rov. Charles of perils nnd calamities. 67.1m law will not prohibit a dealer buying II. Richards, Congregationalist, Phila"long" grain from n farmer or another I wish t sell pnvatelv my mill and dwelling, dealer if tho bargains are consummated delphia. with goou out bjiklmgs, IacluJing 10 acres ol nice Mnrtlu I.uthvr. land. privately nt tho farm or tho offices of a cood hi use Luther stood in a minority of ono 'I place tho dealers, but it will not allow tho against tho world. The necessity for re- one t.e litiMven i. ;ocd rrpstr. 1 he a nicely latlc-iKy. ins two ha'li and porch Also c'o barr. jnn. containing eight terms of such bargains to bo recorded form measured tho appalling difficulty wt h large loll with t ..is, cutting ro- tit and ct publicly. Thus tho dealers will have no groove rltor. and all WARNING, "tfia iu tho way and hushed into silence the !' cue andbnjfgv houie, coal house,necessary ou $&- house ami u lungs, scnlo of prices except for "cash" grain, voices that cried out for liberty and sj. o c 'i ic Thetc is also on the ha place a nice We want to give irnne who owe us (air warning a fact which will prevent them buying truth. In this dark night tho peasant of nuiug onh.nrd of 5otiues of select fruit, now In that we shall give them two weeks moie to settle freely, nnd therefore may oxerciso it de- Thuringin appeared, carrying the torch full t.wmi! up with us, and if Ihey do hoi come up in that '1 he Mill account, Ko! bur mill, with two acts Is pressing influence on prices, especially of God's word in his hand in the face bun. one fitawntat snjwii for com Thero of time, we shal put their Lit tHON inA the hanis of r M ORKhK nftor tho harvest, when tho pressure nnd of a frowning world. His bravery and alto a K""d ci uvher tied feed will The Mill is auolbcer. tilted wtlh two liruiin waer wheels It not necessity to sell aro greatest. J W. lAVHMAr.. M. S. IlAfl.HMIN determination, his Gotliio manhood and old j) Iec 19 wllliiml pru.irly lite ifci?. Alarm In Germany. J. II.HKKilll heroism, shino out like stars in a winwill on Tho German dealers nro much alarm- try night in tho stand it took for truth ed, believing this law threatens tho very nnd righteousness. It is enynow or us Dec. 19, 1896, ratiraiETcHsexisteuco of the exchanges and may to preach, to teach, to utter our convicIk at 10 wipo out Germany's influence and im- tions of truth. It was not so when Sell on the same p misc., beginning idlag o good, LIVERY, FJGEI SALE J of .ny ir.nHi proptrtj, mil portance in :ho international markets Luthor nttiteked the iniquities of the a part mules, i guud Mill Cow, i Unlet, wtanltn); wuik remove to church and led the way into tho freedom Call, briml He Mltcntll ahorse WKn,istul nnd induce Gerinni. t. STAHLE, Wheat Drill and llarnes., foreign countries. wo now enjoy. Ri v. S. II. Duuicr, Lu- double rgImpleeeuM. lU.er some Householdother and A 1m Farming Kentucky. J II liKilittl. Tho export of grain from tho United theran Washington. Kitchen Furniture. alt-thoy suffer, States to Germany will Tho Mystrry of tho Inner Man. I will Mso a' the same tune and plarr, il iwH sold say, because tho German dealer cannot If OU 1 livery give us a call. Nothing Bin Ho who wishes to learn tho life of c'oi. Hi j. ti. ne, relit to .ho htRhist bildtr s turnouts will leave uur stable, bee ni now buy great quantities at a time, for flowers will go to botany; if ono wishes tho reason that he cannot cover himself to learn tho art of expression, he will 200 Acres of No. l Hanging Fork tor ratis. Inour Land. in ndvauco by sales for future delivery. study grammar. So wo go to the Uibit-tBLACKSMITH SHOP. 1 Acres of this Land is to go ill corn, 30 Another interesting featnro of tho law learn something of God's interest to ir a's 1' d the balance in i;r sa work and satisfactory is tho establishment of tho exchange reg- humanity. Will guarantee Yet that inten n is a great T.rm. tuai lu wn cu day ol renting. prires. Tiy our horse shoer. II. ltitlGHT, ister. Speculation in stocks or other mystery, us perplexing to tho philosoI secutor of J L Dawion, deed. farm products than grain is allowed, pher ns evor the Trinity has been to tho provided tho parties to tho transaction theologian. No human intellect has evUt enter their names in tho exchaugo regis- er been able to tell us why music has BAKU NATIONAL ter. As tho register is public, secret only eight satisfactory notos. No ono Oir STANrOKD, KY., OF STANFORD. KY. on tho oxchnngo by privato has ever risen up to tell us why man is gambling lscowfully;orgauired and ready lor business wii individuals must ceaso. dolighted with tho whiteness of tho SIOO.OOC May Not Stop Gambling. lily. No ono can explain why u man in Capitol Stock- Paid up Capital of - - $200,000 seo German dealers say this will not stop Asia will cross seas and oceans to Surplus ait, 000 Surplus, . gambling; Unit speculators will transfer America's great cataract. All that can Attention of the public is invited to the fat scenes their attention to tho bourses of Paris bo said is that certain sounds nnd that this is the only National Hank in Stanford 3UCCESSOK toTIIK LINCOLN NATION. HANK OK STANJOKU, and Vienna. A feintilar law would bo givo plensure. Thero is in theso things Under the provisions of the National Hank are secured not only by the capita, tho power to gratify soino hidden mysnioro effective in tho United Stntes with the some assit nnd unde itock, but by the stockholders' liability lor i: Paris, Viennn nnd London aro too terious sense. Rev. John Mathews, aciount equal to the stock, so that depositors 0 Now ibsing upl same management. tho this institution are secured by a fund of $400,0x1 lly provisions of Its chaitcr, depositors are a far away to bo nvailablo for speculntion Methodist, St. Louis. depositors rive swore statements of the condition of the banl fully protected as am being held iu Nationi individual! by tho class of peoplo tho German A Crlmo of Woiucu. are male each yearto the United States govern Hanks, lU shareholdets and its assets are examined at stated ttDM liaolctothe eatentof the amount of their stocl merit law seeks to protect. According to the Mosaic law, a person ay government agents, thus socunnc addititnni therein at the par value theieol, in addition to tbt Tho results of Germany's experiment nnsiug uctsi bird's noht, either in tho fields anefptrfect safely to depositors. eitablisbed at tb amount invested in such shares. It may fully i executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as This itiitttutiou, originally will bo watched hero with eyes wido or in tho trees, should lnavo tho bird, Deposit Hank of bunlurdlb 185S, then so individual. open nnd wo may expect to seo tho re- its eggs or its young unbanned. Hut ted as tho N'attdii il Hank ol Stanford in ibdj anc their buiiiccss to tu To those who Hank llauk al as the the Lincoln sults ueed to bolstor arguments for and uow, 2,500 years later, iu Christian again in i$3a, has had Kirst National uniutcro while mnaglnK here teuderour NationalthKnkk anc practically an many Suolurd iiauloid, we we against tho nntioption bill in the next land, by Chri-tia- u boys, for rupted t siilencoof 31 years. It Is better supplitc liuit they will continue to transact their buunesi men and prompt guarantee for UanMCliUtf congress nt least. Caul Schofield. Christian women, millions of birds nro now with lacilulei for ever before business,long ant with us, offering as ntwenty years' prompt attsn-ucin its uipcrior.ee It y and liberally to same, our nests, leav- Honorable career.thaa annually snatched from their Accounts of corporations, ndn banking tindas liberal accommodations as are cot respectfully soli, bauking. ' :ianci, r.ittut with sound Tho Newest Stationery. ing untold numbers of eggs and starving led. unn and individuals The newest thing in stationery is young ones to perish, in order that tho In Ducctbivot this Hank is composed ji DIHKCTOHS: puro whito papor, with the windmills fo called Christian women of our land Forestut Kmd, Lincoln county; J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; undertaking estabLincoln; S.T. Harris, and water scenes of Holland stamped might make walking S. H. bhanks.Stanford; J. II, Colliei, Lincoln; J.S.I'Jwslcy, Stanford; on it in tho gouuino delft blue. Thoro lishments of themselves by wearing tho J. W. Haydeo.Slunford; S J. Kuibry, Stanford ; is also sonio remarkable red paper for corpses of mangled birds upon their hats S, H. Uaughman,! Lincoln; J. II. Oaslcy, Staalord; all this being done because it is tho things. As those who desiro remarkablo J.S. Hocker, Stanford; J. F Cash, Stanford; a rule, well bred women avoid ex- style. If you women wore theso dead x W. A.Trlbble.Stauford; William Uooch,,Stanlsrd; stationery nnd select birds whoroyou could see tlioni, it might treme stylos in M. D, Elmore, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mlllcdgoville, plnco theni upon either white paper or cream bluo or bo different. But to T. P. Hill, Stanford; W. II. Cummins, Preschorivlll, K. L. Tanner, McKinneyJ gray shades. Tho billet nnd octnvo sizes your huads, whoro you can't seo thorn S. H. Shanks, President, tho looking glass, just M.J. Miller, Mt. Vemun.K, nro most popular, though n great sheet after you Ienvo Dr. J.B. Owsley, Cashier, W M. alright, Teller. that folds twico ami is thrust into a to satisfy your vanity, makes tho crimo J. 8. Hocker, President; Jno. J. McRobertt, Cashier; grcon envolopo has been rapidly gain- infinitely worse. Rov. O. P. Gilford, A. A. MiKiniiey, Atit.Ctihler Baptist, Buffalo. ing favor recently. 1 Antioptlon Dill Receives a Boost In From Qormany-DoaUn- frs es-Alarm Is Folt. Futur- Teucli-lii- ff John R. McLean's Great Newspaper. Commissioner's : Sale. GARLAND SINGLETON Is candidate Superintendent Public Schools a for LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the deu.ociatii. part) . J. F. HOLDAM Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action uf the democratic party, ( SMMMY. $Q- SAMUEL ill. OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of 1 Incoln County, subject to the action of ilia dnm jcraiic parly. o old-tim- e KMMETT McCORMACK Is a candidate lor Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the demucratlc party Your suproil is earnestly solicited, com-niitte- o 11 Canning Factory, two-s'or- v n i . I - llrgln-nin- e all. F. ELKIN Kail-v- y, h Is a candidate for Assessor ol Lincoln County, subject to the aition uf tn democratic party. 1 4 JOE T. EMIIRY earutstly asks )our support. subjcit It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Couuly. to the action U the democratic party, ami oll-e- t, tt C. G. BAKER PERSONAL PROPERTY 1 1 Is a candidate for Astesior of Lincoln, subject to action ol the democratic party Thinking the foiilhcrn end ol the county i etililled to a slice ol the pie be asks our support loma-toe- WILLIAM MOREL AN Is a canlidate tor Assessor of Lin the act.onof the democratic pail asks your support recc-ve- r :lo, subject to He kindly SAM V. MKNEFEE Is a Candidate lui Sheriff of Lincoln County, to the action ol the democratic pa ty sub-ect FOR SALE. Desirable Suburban Home, Containing Ten Has on it a good, comAcres of Laud, Kor dale fortable Dwelling of Ms Rooms, and all necessary outbuildings. One yard hydrant and one for wa terlng stotk. alst a splendid, never falling well. lor further particular! apply to li ii.r. , JAS. Maufuid, Ky. 3 1 bo-for- o I MONEY To LOAN ON IMI'ROVKD FAIIMS In Lincoln county, Ky.atA per cent . scml-anual inleresi, no eo.imlm charged Ardivis I uilding, tiKO A' lAVV. Knm 17. Kee Ituisvtlle, Ky r'r blak appitcaltoHS ami fur Ihcr iHformatien, m.iuir ol J N Sa.iudtr.. AtI torney, Staulurd, K). Campaign Get Of Education. ! . How It For $4. Stockholders' !? K Medina:. 1 UNPHRHLLEL6D OFFER. m:V MILLINERY. iii Stockholders' Meeting. Tkelsiesr tMrgs In ) a. I and Winter Milllneiy now in sunk and Ike UJies of Manfultl id vkiiii. tv ate Invited totall in and see the la let styles Miss laibtte hssamvetl ant Is ready to wait on .. wl.l her old customi aid s many bew .l MIS I.ICCIi: HKAi r.. Mal.id, Ky I 3STOTICE ! All persons desiring Locust l'utli far p. ark tcnci txMt and railing or wne fru e. can bed at my slate near Cedar Creek, on what tbey Ike Hike leadUg frn Crab Urchard Iu Maiiloru 1 of plank o keep .Iwm. on h.ad a good for fincistg. All kind, ot lumler lor Uifding pur- de- All board, and shingles siring sny article of this ki.d can call on me at my siore near Cedar Creek ti W MNOLItniN. jstf c.-p-y Stockholders' w Meeting. at r.e ,tT 1 ps,alM juei6. w'" TBIDES TBB1SS FALL, D. S. CARPENTER, Or- IltsTONVILLK, of-fo- s 11 Hanging Fork Mills. 11 111 llurgies. one cut under shell Will sell at cott vcrv rise Suner Tne Ilugtiiea arc hril class svery respect. If, nu wait a bargain call lwU iu at oote and see the bills and get you a vehicle that will give you atiilailmn sure House with Us rooms to rent at reasonable price Situated on Main stlcet. D -- . CARI'KNTEH Kesit.tfuitr. ; ts St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, FAIR 11 d fJooke'S - I 1 Sarsaparilla WILL I CUKI-- : 1 Saturday, M.Sa&J.W.Baughman, t . .'. " Stanford, nw-- Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Hoils, Pustules, Kczema, Tetter, .me! nil diseases of the blood and ar Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers nnd when cured it fcr Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by nrst-clas- we-il- v first-clas- s 1. I FIRST Farmers Bank&Trnst 23,700 W. 1). McRoberts, Stanford. '' Penny's Drug Store, " Craig ft Hocker, W. C. Wolford, Ilustonvillc. " F. 11. Twidwcll, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Uros., McKinncy. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Jleazlcy & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Morcland. Yours for J Health, Jamks T. Cookk, Harrodsburg, Ky. Portland. To the bo-cau- Sau Francisco anti-optio- n NOTOT1G.WEOT Via '1 11 he 11 KtwAlBStlf i CHICA60 Rl ,5- - - OnlyiDinius Car Route From . Denver. i Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled Sleepors ol Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address E. H. HACON fHANK J. REID, -- : G. P. Agent, D. P. A , Chicago. couiivllle He sure to call for Mouon Route. TO CHICAGO. St Paul. "tWWWSjBh wvrrr"V3r WOMAN AND FASHION. Lace Fichus, Boleros, Voices and Collars. Ootn Bracelets Tho Bicycle) CURRENT MISCELLANY. found imbedded in rocks scorns to bo treated rnthcr ns a fnblo thiin reality. Somo timo about 1810 I happened at a place on tho farm of Robert Woody, iu Chatham county, N. C, whero somo moil wero blasting rock in order to lower a spring for tho purpose of increasing tho How of water. They had just made a blast as I arrived, throwing oil a nearly round rock from tho mnin rock, probably 2 feet iu diameter. To niako it easier to get it out of tho pit a few blows with tho sledgo hammer broke it open. Apparently there was a senni tlnough the rock where it broke, and in about tho middle of tho roek was imbedded n frog about .'! inches long, which fell out when the rock opened and crawled about two feet nod died. Tho frog wits a pa In yellow color nnd nppnrently well formed. Tho seam in tho rock was clenn, and a perfect lit, though it might not havo been air and water tight. Tho bed for the frog was smooth nnd a lit for tho frog. Tho soienco of zoology was not mach thought of iu tho rural districts iu thoso days, nnd the subject of this nrticlo was taken at tho timo as ono of the freaks of naturo and passed without further notice. Being but a boy at tho timo and of rather a scientific turn of mind, it mado an impression that remains to this day as fresh ns though it had been but yesterday when I witnessed tho scone. 1 don't think any noticoof finding tho frog imbedded in tho rock over went to tho papers, and they did not print everything liko they do nowadays. As I was but a boy then (now 70 years old) and the men doing tlio work at tho spring wero all middlo aged men, I suppose I am tho only one living that witnessed what I have described. William Allen in Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. Anrosthetion In Remedial Surgery. Dr. Urudonell Carter contrasts in strong colors what surgery was leforo the discovery of aniestliesia and what it is today. The uso of antesthetics has changed its whole aspect. Prior to IS IT ojiorations were few in number and wero nliiirwt limited to tho amputation of limbs, the removal of cancerous and otlur tumors, the resection of a few of the larger joints, cutting for stouo and tho ligature of main arteries for aneurism. The pain sulTerel by tho patients was co horrible as to tax severely the endurance of tho brave-- t and strongest nml to depress seriously, nnd often beyond recall, tho jKiwers of life. Death from shock was by no moans uncommon, the patient sinking in a few hours from tho effect of the suffering which ho had undergone. Dr. Carter rtfciembors as a medical student turning sick and faint at the agonies which he was called upon to wit iu ss. It was a point of honor with operators in thoso days to abbreviato such agonies as much as possible and to cultivate speed iu operating as the highest and the most valuable form of dexterity. An amputation iu the hands of a practiced surgeon had almost tho For of a feat of legerdemain. the separation of tho lower limb above tlio knee of course not including dressing 20 seconds has been known to and 10 seconds was regarded as the period of timo which no ono was justified in exceeding. When amesthetics were employed, it came to surgeons as a kind of revelation that they need no longer lie in haste, and they havo utilised that knowledge in making leisurely examination and wife, procedure. suf-.lic- e, Oirl's Latest Fad. Lnco t.resi ncccssorics nro mi hnpor-tnt- it font nro of tho jircm'iit fiiiliioiis. Lnco outers InrKoly ih ii triininiiiK loth with nml without thniiPhiHtiincoof otlmr tnnterinl. Vory novel mid tiHoful nro tlio tlrhiiR mid ciilhirs that trmiNforiu n plain bodico into a drcMiy ono. Tlio old timo fleliu in brussolH lpliquo lnco iH ospo- - Hocks." 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Tlio ingJo Mono To secure widespread nnd fivoral le pnl'uity f r THE NEW STANDARD AMERICAN ENCYCLOPEDIA, we have decided 1 iiinuni v throu'finu tli- - mirtry fur imnparisun wuh ail oilier rclennce works a to plan, scope, to place a few llitro.lut.torv sets in bracelet represents one style. A novel of tteatment and (jencral pr.ictn. il and edutatu n.il due. . fed th- -t every s.t Will in ate a demand foi other-- . While the distribution dosign consists of a broad woven gold Following a. Trail. will be peneral m extent, it will last fur a linvied time onlv, afier winch our regular subscription sale will lein, at pin.es ranging fiom J4S to $72 wire chain longer than the ordinary Ail expert American scout can tell by a set, anordiug to style ol binding. Now, howovir, to ipiickly and thoMulilv intmuiue the in rk, as above s'aud, we make the pnte merely bracelet. At one end is a slide through aglancowhat tribe of nominil (about the cust of paper ami printing), the listnluti'ii l.ein limited to a very few weeks, rs .etvmg t'ie privilege of withdrawing Indians has made the oiler at any time when wo consul' a sufhuent number f these 111trof.1u1.tory s.ts, a given trail, its age and every particut!u jiuiii p. lie, h. s been i.istubutid. G&sQ&vQvZfrs$)'&ttC)'&i'; lar iiIkiiU it as truthfully as though ho SendSl to THE l'NCYCI OITOIA I'l'DT IMPG CO 156 Fifth Avenue. New Yoik City. and a full set of clRht olumcs of THE NEW STANDARD AMERICAN ENCYCLOPEDIA in cloih binding, will be forhad himself seen tho cnvnlcade pass. A HOW TO SECURE warded t. you for one year, or about party following an Apache trail during ..". Tlie b llime is puyable at the rate of no monthlyand foi full sheep, 5 cents a day. If you prefer the bintliiiir, the monthlv pivment will le $2, ONE OP THESE S2.50 per month for tho Indian diilioultiesof 18.SU caino sudthe year We recommend the Style, w huh is particularly elegant and serviceable, and will SPLENDID SETS denly to a ledge of baro rock. Tho last a lifetime If nut as represented any set may be reiunud within ten davs and money will be promptly re olllcers of the troop examined it care funded. Oviiij ' 1 ti,'u,,!,' ri,f ,1 , hich th,sf tnttwiuct y ' tire jiJ. transportation tharjt mint be pstd by "' fully, but could see nothing to indicate furcAiiter, Our confidence that the volumes will be cheerfully paid fur is shown bv sending a 48 set of books on payment of only .$1. We also jTA feel that you will thoroughly appreciate the superb new work and peik favorably of a to others, "simple pages, with specimen illustrations, will where the tribe had gnno. Hut the scout nlso be sent on application until the offer is withdrawn. T Yc refer j.m to the publisher of th is. newspaper. Always mention name of paper you led tin m for two miles across it as unsee this offer in. Address A erringly as though tlio trail had been made iu heavy grass. When asked what told him tho way, ho called attention to lASIIIONAIILK lilt AC EI.F.TS. tho lino moss which covered tho rock which passes tho remaining end, ho thnt nnd thnt by closo scrutiny gnvo evidenco : -rt?'&-iQh- '; the bracelet may bo mado largo or snial! of having been pressed by tho foot, an nt will. Krom tho pendant end liaiigr indication so slight that it would havo a charm. been passed unnoticed by HO men out of Very graceful aro tho gold chain 100, yet his keen eyo detected every brnceluts, withnlternnto penrls and tur- footprint as easily as could bo wished. quoises set at intervals in tho golc In tho grass a trail can bo seen for a Prvr) The old reliable Singer Sewing Machine links. Hoop bracelets set with pearls, oi long timo, ns tho blades will bo bcut in rUA NceJles ol all kinds Oils and Kenalri J-- ! (Jlhce T- pearls alternating with diamonds, rep- tho direction followed by tho party, and call at the Singer Sewing Machine J.Co.'s 1'errln, W, Opposite biantord, Ky. at resent populiir stylos. Sometimes the even after it lias recovered its nntural Agent. Farm No. I contains 491 acred In Washington county, Ky.. the greater part of which Is in grass; DEALER IN bracelet becomes nu ornato atfair, with position an expert trailer will detect a well watered; with good improvements, includits brilliant scrollwork and gom cluster. slight difference iu tho color of tho grass HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. ing new metal roof tobacco barn far 10 acre crop. SHELBY & SHELBY, This farm U situated in what is pronounced the GROCERIES, HARDWARE, has boon stepped on and that grow-iuthat Otters his services o the people ol West Lin- best district In Kentucky for White Burley ToThe Blcyole Oirl's Latest Fad. around it. Denver Fioldnud Farm. bacco. Comfortable residence house. coln aud Casey Counties. TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, and Caskets always on hand,Full stock of Collies Farm No. 2 contains 300 acres in same locality, Decrepit bicyolos nro boing utilized D. ti. Carpenter, Manager. 95 with brick dwelling. Large stock and tobacco Cauliflowers. for room decorations. Thy Now York barns. One of the best improved farms in the GLASSWARE, &c. - Kentucky. Herald assures tlio world in general thnt Thoro nro few nioro delioious vegeCity, county. greet tho oyo tables than n well grown cauliflower, golden murnl wheels will Both farms are in fine state of preservation, well watered ond fenced. Close to K. K. depot, schools, Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very in tlio drawing room, silvered chains but unfortunately it wants to go off to market and on .1 fine turnpike. A portion of your patronage li Reaionable Good Goods at the Lowest Prices. For information apply to that onco groaned with dust and grease, tho mountains with fashionablo society respectfully Kates. 18 6m. tolicited. J. N. SAUNDERS, Only Duect Llt,c Between will bo draped on tho mantelpicco, nml when hot weather arrives. If its desires o Stanford, Ky. nro not gratified, it speedily runs to every part of n biko'H anatomy, Be Sure to Givo Hint a Oall. and ornnmontcd, will servo a seed. In most parts of tho United States, Shortest and quickest between decorative nnd usoful purposo. Tho front therefore, it is a rather scarce vegeFrankfort, Georgetown and Paris. forks of a wheel nppnrently contain no table. In tho more northern portion, Ask lor tickets via Kentucky Midland. Tiairs IV VOU AKEGOING. however, very good results may bo had elements of beauty, and yet, when run by Central Standard Time. and decorated witii littlo brass by Bowing undor glass about tho timo New Line Between Cincinnati, TinioTjbU Nov. to, 1856. TZHTEST, nrticlo tomatoes nro sown. Young plants sot hooks, form a very convenient THE from which ti liniig button hookH, glovo out early in very rich oarth will generNo. 1. No 3. No. 7. TIIA1NS EAST. a. m. ' p. m. p. m. bnttonors, eto. Tho handle barH may bo ally do fairly well, especially if vory a 40 100 65s Cvt Kranktort A Solid Trains, utilized for hatracks, or. if tlio young early varieties aro selected. In tho 1 3 7C8 Klkhorn chair warmor regions tlioy enn only bo had " Stamping Oround 7 37 31a 14 Woman wishes to manufacturo a Fast Time, " Georgetown!!... 7 45 3 3" '5 with a back liko nothing elso, it would by sowing in Septoinbcr and then a 3 3 7 5 .rr. C. S. Depot Excellent Equipment. 4 5 C bo n matter of smnll diillculty to do so. growing tho plants under frames. Tho 4 10 " Paris - 8 30 Inaugurated May 24. A collection of lamps iH a fad, and heads then como iu for uso by early TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 1. No. 10. No. 8. Louisjviili: 4 NASHVIllC R. R TIIK SCHEDULE, p. m. a. in. a. iu. p. m. thoso ore used in fetching fashion, after spring. It is possiblo that in soma Lvo. Cincinnati Lvo Paris .... C 5 50 j 00 9 00 9 00 r. m.JJ.; 15 p, in. having been profusoly gilded, to nssist southern localities good cauliflowers 6 30 " C. S. Depot .... 9 33 Arr. Toledo 313 p.m. 355 a.m. bioyolo house, could bo had wholly outdoors in winter lonirliiht ISO.", hi ll'm. .7. Hnltsclau: 6 34 U " Georgetown Is the line for you, as its in tho illumination of u 5 45 6 15 a. ra. 640 Arr. Detroit 5 45 p. ui. 9 40 6 53 ltnuitl ltoniul.tleitr " Stamp'g Gro'd 9 jS 7 V Through coaches and parlor cars on day trains. time. Median's Monthly. party. QMbtlbU onMnC T.sc. Itfouul .np.. OUIsUvJi 1016 " Elkhorn 7 55 Through coaches, Wagner bleeping Cars Cincin. 711 late-neis 1 Our Great Introductory Offer 1 -- . 7 o hatf-Aloroc- co 1.,- - ;The ENCYCLOPEDIA .PUBLISHING CO., 158 Eftffiifr. jw jm. kjir toAsf'sQ'a-- , j Post-Oltlc- J. K. VanArsdale,; UNDERTAKER, sttttoit. Two Farms For Sale. g Props. Livery, Fecdand Sale Stable, First-Cl- Junction Ky. Midland R'y, berib-bone- d Cincinnati and Fraulcfort Big Four" tVOHTH Toledo and Detroit. . Tho Gorman wiro nail industry in Rhenish Prussia, Westphalia and Silesia has experienced such nu extraordinary development in tho last 15 years that, bosidos supplying tho enormously increased home demand, tho export has increased 250 per cent lHvlll) Devotional and Revival Meetings, Singing Schools and Day Schools, tho salo nt Sothoby's, in Loudon, of tho Sunday Schools & Young People's famous Montagu collection. Tho speciSocieties, with Rudiments. men was n raro example of tho coinago a.mpifl eurr by m" 'i0i.2s i,rr,P,rM uuumru VJ itr(u,. av.. w. wnm, v of Henry III, aud only three liko it aro br mall, l,UUlTllllt, UJ., DI Vm William J. Holtzclaw, Vkllia.al. known. VVolitl 1 ninnrn .d.ptr I -- For a golden ponny of tho thirteenth century no less than 250 was givou at Utnl tlitlClljT III liv IU UuJit lllf nolto. Double Daily Trains connections Make.cloie at OUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. .IK r' HKOUOH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of JOES. HICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky - ',t V Toledo and Cincinnati to Detroit ou night trains. No service between Cincinnati. Toledo and DeAll tialns dally except Sunday. The Kentucky Midund Railway and connec- troit is AS GOOD AS OUK NEW YORK LINE, OOD AS OUR CHICAGO LINE. AS tions form the ihortest and cheapest route to all AS GOOD AS OUR ST. LOUIS LINE. points South, Hast, North and West. apply to their agents. Kor further information Buy vour tlckels throueh via "Big Four." C. D. BEKCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent.. For full information call on agents or address GEO. B. UARPEH, Kecr&Gen.Supt K. O. McCORMACK, D. B. MARTIN, Frankfort Kv Geo. Pass. St Tkt. Agt, Pass. Tratfic Mgr. Arr Frankfort A... 1030 735 815 nati to PTT" ' ' ""' ' ,rm- ' " "" ! TyW 7 im T. 'I ff Christmas Again Approaches. We will make you a Handsome Present by Selling you Goods Cheaper than ever before. ( i Xever in the History of Business have wo ever sold such values for the money. GoodAl 1-- Wool Suits Heretofore $15, Now $10. Pants Worth $3 to $3.50, now $2.48. Overcoats, Best Ever Sold, $3.50 to 7.50. All-Wo- ol All-wo- ol A Beavers and Storm Coats at $10. Pine Kid Gloves, worth $1.75 and $1.50, for OSc. Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Mitts Better and CHHEAPER Than Ever. A Big Line of Shirts, Shoes, Hats & Neckwear Justin From New York The Nobbiest and Very Newest Styles. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED r J. L. FROHMAN & CO, Proprietors, Gilcher Block, MDDI.EBURG. POLITICAL POIXTS. Danville, Kentucky. ) HAVE YOU SEEN ? Have you seen our latest purchase of I Dress Goods, Gapes & JacKets ? We have all the Staple Shades in Serges, Coating Serges, Wales Serges, also the new shades in Novelties, Etc. Another shipment of Tailor-Mad- e Suitings re- The prettiest goods ever sold at 12c per yard. New Ginghams, Calicos, Cottons, Flannelettes, &c. Prices are being cut on many lines and if you want to save money BUY YOUR GOODS NOW. fine Jacket or Cape for little money member ours must go and we make the prices right. If you want a If you haven't bought that Overcoat, the weather suits and we make the price suit. SEVERANCE & SON. TIVICE-A-WEE- ( i 'I Dr. John B. Offsloy bought 39 fat Beginning the firat ol the new year, hogs of Mr, Fields at 3c. of LouiB-villtho Wfiohly Howard Taylor, of St. Joe, Mo., is k vti bechanced to the Ky., vfsiting Fri-r.lloltzclaw. Courier-Journa- l. It will he pubWin. Anderson bought some 100 lb. lished Wednesday and Saturday morn- ahoalaof J. W. Sutton at 3c: ings. The paper will be six pige3, or The news comes from Spencer Hub12 pages a week, instead of 10 pages ble that ho is thought to be improving weekly, as at present, an increase of 832 slowly. columns of matter during the year. The W. J. Oivena has moved from Cher- Wednesday lP6ue will be doyoted exclu- ry street to the King place on the Hang- iurcly tonewsmd politic, while tho Haturday issuo will bo strictly a family ing Fork. Tnero will be an oyster supper at J. filled with storief, miecollany, p ctures, poetry, eketchee, etc. The poli- W. Bright's Die. 23 far the benefit of tic of the paper will not bechanced, and the church. The turkey crop ia exhausted and it l'io battle for pure democracy and true d l.'inccratic principles will he continued is found to be at least shorter Ttiecessfully in the future rs in tho past. than last year. To apite of tho expense involved in tho The littlo folks hero will have n canimprovements noted, thu price of the dy pulling Saturday night nt Mrs. Col. Courier-Journwill ra- It ce's, tho proceeds of which will ho for k in liu the same, f 1 a year, with liberal in- the mission band. Everybody invited to ducements to 8gents or old Hubacribera attend. Bro. Kuykendall, of Fork Church, ho send in new ones. A featura dur-ia- it ' coming year will be the editorials filled his appointment at the Christian o Mr Henry Watterson on political ami church here Sunday night. He received .her topics of the day. hearty welcome and his serrnou on the At Albany, Ga,, a Ngro was tried Obedience and Sacrifices of the Ohris-tr- n Life," was hoard and appreciated by t it iupo and sentenced to death inside of a., hcur. a crowded house, Courier-Journa1 COURIER NAL. l, JOUR- HUBBLE. e, Twice-u-wee- ppr, one-thir- Twfce-a-weo- al i -- Capt. II. G. Trimble, of Pulaski, H. O. Tooma wua here Sunday to see Miller. wants to be U. S. marshal. his cousins, tho Misses The official count of the voto in Walter Gooch was arraigned before Squire J. A. Wall Saturday, charged Washington, juat completed, gives BryOur Auction is now with a breach of the peace, but was ac an a plurality of 3,072. It is stated that Hon. W. B. Smith, quitted. There was a singing at Robert Cj wan'a of Richmond, Kentucky's only demo Monday night, and atT. J.Speara Wed cratic elector elected, will make the raco nesday night. These singings are for the for circuit judge against the present inpurpose of improving tho music ut Tur- cumbent, J udge T. J. Scott. where a proThoro is nothing lite being in time. key Knob school-housAnd Will Continue until our Judge John C. Chen lult, of Richmond, tracted meeting will be held soon. J. C. Coulter and A. It Spears have haa announced himsdlf a candidate for rented Rev. J. Q. Montgomery's farm in the democratic nomination tor Congress, Lincoln county and will take charge in this district, two years hence. Attorney General W. S.Taylo-- , it is Jdii. 1st. Mr. Spears will mo7e to tho Is disposed of. by said, went up to Washington a few days farm provided he gets a Hpotoarguea case before the supreme that time, which is more than likely. The meeting at the Methodist church, court, but his heart failed him and he which had been in progress for ueaily got a Washington lawyer to attend to it. Tne present Congress stands 244 ro- three weeks, closed Monday night. There were 10 additions to the church, among publican?, 103 democrats, 0 populists and whom we would mention J. C. ColliuB- - 1 silver party man. The one elected in worth, Dr. I. S. Wealey, D. G. Elliott mid November will stand 201 republicans, John Wesley. The membership was 111 democrats, 12 populists and 15 silver Dealers In- warmed up as it never had been before, lU'd. The London E3I10 has 40 announceand much good has been accomplished ments of candidates for the various offiby the meeting. It is reported of Mr. W. H. Wade, of ces in Laurel and several adjoining countho Mt. Salem Bection, that he wrote the ties. All are republican, of course, and the fur will fly before the election comes business manager of the Courier-JournHig Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line o to stop his paper, after it wont over ofi. Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' received a There are 220 KentuckiaiiB in the to the republican party, and stating that the company was re- various departments at Washington and reply Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. sponsible for ita contract?, and that the tney draw 1271,500. Including those in paper would be sent on to the oud of the the revenue service in other States, those subscription. Mr. Wade then wrote in the consular service and in other them that if they would send to please branches of the public business located not print it, buteond blank and he would elsewhere, the number runs up over 700. This appeara in the Cincinnati probably find a use for it. Tho young man G rider, who was Post over Gov. Bradlev's signature: d at RueBellville, is none "There will certainly be a special session other than a son of Riv. Fred Grider, called. It will be called at such a time Representative from thlo and Russell aa I consistently believe proper. Not one counties. By the way, the Rav. G. is an day before nor one day after. The reapplicant or a position under McKln-loy'- a sponsibility is mine, and hence I have As he ia made of the right to and will exercise my discreadministration. .We have a House full of. about the right kind of stuir to hold of- tion." Tho House passed a hill to prohibit administration fice under a republican and is said to be a great pcaemer, it is tho sale of liquor in thu Capitol, and at nmre than likely that he will get there. tbe opening of thu session Rav. Cowden, The Rsv. Grider seorus to fill iho rota of tho blind chaplain, referred in his invoa politician much better than tho pulpit, cation to that fact as follows: "Wo thank though hu claims to be divinely called to thee, O Lord, that the HouBe ia no longer the latter. However, some think there responsible for the liquor traffic within might have baeu a mistake in the calling the halls of the National Capitol. Grant, we pray Thee, that the bill passed here or rather in the annwor. Prices lower than other people's. Would like for you to "will go through the regular channels and fjTo eat. MILE"BlGFoUK" I.NTKUCHAM1BAIJLB speedily become a law, never again to The interchangeable AGE. be repealed in the history of our natickets of the "Big Four Route" are tion." to all business firms and comH. O. Uilncti, of St. Louis, who was mercial travelers, Tne lines of the "Big born on Christmas, married on ChristFour" ponetrate all tho big cities of Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois, and a ticket which inas aud whose wife d.od on Christmas, can bs used to reach these cities aa well has just committed suicide to keep from And then let us show you our goods and give you prices. as cities on principal connecting linee, dying on Christmas himself. At Falmouth, a prisoner picked the is invaluable. on jailer's pocket of his koya and made hia Fire destroyed the power-hous- e HIG-GIN- S escape. top of Lookout mountain, e, Auction W. IN FULL BLAST ENTIRE STOCK H. WEAR EN & CO. house-keepe- r, FARRIS & HARDIN, Groceries, Hardware, Glassware Queensware and Tinware. al Prices to Suit The Times i horse-whippe- DoYouEaf Good : Thin POST YOURSELF, 1,000-mil- e & McKINNBY.