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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896122201 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. fcteJr AJLVJL Jl vol. xxv. r & ; Weekly Interior Journal STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 22.4896. NO. 84 LANCASTICll, O AlUl :): 'i t y- - SOMEWHAT LOCAL. Jim "Crow" Pillion is raising a comF. Bell has been appointed postmasMr.Olinrles Luther KilnvH and MIkb Mflltlo Mitchell Clark wero iimrrluil in pany to go to Cub i and fljbt the Spin-lard- ter at Lfnnie, Casey county. but if war is not declared soon -- Charley James, Danvlllo. charged with killing Champ Mullins, was acquitted at RichThere Is a woman iu tho Bourbon there will bo nobody left to fiht for. Tho marriage of Kibort Long to Miss mond. county poorhouso who linn been married .Mary Brown, which was announred for Maiidog is the name of a Boven times and Iibb changed her religion lait Thursday, tins been deferred until in flvo times. county and William D. Woot-e- u Inn just been appointed postmaster. Whim Olaruncu Foster, a New York to morrow on acenuut of the death of Bilis fur public buildings at Newport, bigamist, appeared in court and wbh con- MorriH Long, a brother of tho prospectLebanon, luylhld, Paris, Hopkinsvllle fronted by five wives, he at once entered ive groom. W. B. Mason is a full fledg-n- l candi- and Boaiiug Green will be favorably rea plea ol guilty. Mrs. Stewart, who wao'marrieil three date for clerk o' the court of app8 and ported to the House. Grant Oerstrent was stabbod to times to tho same man, ended her earth- being well known all over tho State and ly trnublea'by an'cldo at Baltimore. She having been in tho clerk's office from his death by Harry Harris at Nicnolasvllle boyhood, bo will at liast let Ids oppo- in a quarrel reHUltlng from was from Kentucky. Harris cursing bin npolication nents know that he is iu tho race. Orerstreot's child. Bath are colored. An Indiana nun in C. W. Anderson, a prominunt-younJesse Partiu, the young mounfor divorce ncciiBea bin wife of taking money away from him and "setting 'em farmer and trader of thid county, was taineer, s.mt to tho Nicholasvllle e married Saturday night in Louisville to for 3o days last week, has escaped, up" to tho nova in the mloons. InvitatiotiH to the marriage of MIha Miss Hallie, tho beautif.il nnd gifted and a reward of f 10 ih offered for his Margaret, daughter of Hon. John B. daughter of Dr. If. O. Herring, one of Owsley, 8r., to Mr. John F. Welto have Garrard's most prominent clliuns. They Robert Moeely, who murdered Asa been issued. It will occur at Walnut had been lovers for ssveral years. Miss O ive, in Auderson county 17 years ago Fiat church at 7 i m Thursday, Dec 'M Hallie had been to Texas visiting in cold blood and escaped, was arqnttted and on her return Mr. Anderson at Lawronceburg Friday. Miss Lucky McKinney and Mr. J Mrs. Maria Thompson Daviess, 80i W. Stamps wero married in Christian met her iu Louisville, where they were county. Generally spinking it i Lucky united in the holv bonds of wedlock and sieter of Oapt Pull B. Thompson, of to get Stamps but as we are not advised undying love found its long delayed condied Saturday in a fit of coughBoth parties arj well conps to the denomination of thin one, we summation. ing. She was a noted writer and for 50 nected and your correspondent tenders years contributed to magazines ai.d can't most always sometimes tell. conuratulatiotiB newspapers. The marriase of the oldest coup'o Saturday evening about 7 o'clock If the bill introduced by Senator that over walked to Hymen' altar in Kf iitncky is to take place at Whitefibtirg our citi7.n wure grlHved to huru that Blackburn passes, the fimily of Gen. W. during the Christmas. The groom is Ben C. Dunn, age 30, had died suddenly J. Landrum will be f5,3l5 the better ofT. at his home in this city. Ho had been It lo for t, of per cent on tho Bale William Sexton, gd OS, and the Uichel Craft, three years his nenior. on the streetH and going home about of tax p lid Htamps during the fiscal years Mrs Charlotte Auimata Drayton, that hour, told his wlfu that he did not 1S7I to KS7l feel well an approaching h h bed, dropA gentleman from near Hanly was r, the eldest daughter of Mre. William ped upon it and died in a few moments. lold by his wife to call at one of ago obtained n our mil who some time Funeral services were en lue'ed by Kid linery eaUblishments last Siturday sud from her husband, J. Coleman Geo W. Goweti at the Christian church get her a h it of the Tim O'Shauter ntyle, Drayton, whs mmied to George llaig, a Sunday afternoon and the remains were tut the old gentleman got the name whisky merchant, at Loudon, England. followed by many friends and relatives sou owhMt mixed and aHked for one of Lamar Monarch, of OaenMioro, of to Laneanter Cemetery. Decensed leaves those damn Shanghais." Jetsamine and Mihs Kate MeKeiime, daughter a wife and four children. Ho win a mor- Journal. Hon. Jameri A McKenzie, were married al man hih above all, a Christian. His Thursday at the home cf Col. 11 P. At the Adkins murder trial at father is Mr. John Dunn, of llryonlsville, Potter, in Howling Green, th Kt. Itsv Saturday, George Linville, oged and h was related to the most promi- 17, Jiinbop McCloakey, of Louisville, olllcia-tintestified that he paw and beard Jonent fniniiies in the county. seph Adkins, Jesse Fields, Boone Fraz-ie- r T. Gratit Slaughter, an insurHnce Argentine Republic baa pamid The ami Fulton French arrange the plot and Dr Win. L. that resulted in the of iimii from lxniiht-iliea c impnlsory marriage law. Pern-mmurder of Judge Combs. Linville did not testify at the either sex who refue it "reasonable otl'er Ux'iiian came on Friday ami asked of Hih widow ol the late M. W. of marriiniV' are fined ?MM, and barbel- preilous trial. Jthnt-on- , toexhtmio his remains for the 1'0 and SJ.ar reors between tltuagefl of Duke Smith, aged about 3S years, quired to pay a monthly tax for the priv- purpose of holding a post mortsm exam- died last week in Washington, D. C. The ination to ascertain the cauBe of his death deceased was a son of ilege of remaining single. Gen. Greeu OlBy us he died suddenly, and had 1110.000 Smith, and a brother of Mrs. J. L. WhiteLst Tuesday wo noted tbn marriage the day before of Klrhy Trimble, of insurance, Including life and accident. head, of Williamsburg. Too proceeding whs uniiBual and, for a Bourbon, to Miss MaltieShipp, of Winturns oat to bo untrue. Mr. lHat HtagiB time, Mrs Johnson objected, but her Smith has been at the point of death, the chester. The bride tin ally obttiued her consent and but is of cotiKUmptinn, and the pair left at once friends recovering. thr body was examined on Saturday in for DrtLnnd, Fla.. with the hopes of CHURCH CHIMES. her life. The hope was vain, the presence of theloc.it physicians and a number of people wnnhad nothing in however, for she died at Jacksonville, G. M. of Califoro'a, view but a dexiro to satisfy their curios! before reselling her destination. has accepted a call to preach at the The Louisville Critic propounds this ty. The brain, heart, liver, kidneys, Church of Christ at Berea. Why is it that stomach and spinal cord were removed pertinent question: The new house of worship of the when people decide to get nurrieil, they and tiken to Louisville for analysis. The 0enton Biptist church will be dedicatdon't want a thing said about it in tho result will not nbe known for somo time, ed next Sunday, I).-- 27. impre-siois that the immediate papers until every bo.lv iu town knows but the The meeting attheChrietian church, s be some idea in the cause of death wis heart disease, as Harrodsburg, being held by Elder W. S. it.? There must pointed to the fact that ho had a , minds of these silly prospective grooms had some 35 additions to last acfatty heart and no blood was in it, show and brides that such a tremendous sencounts. ingn disordered condition of that organ. sation as a society engagement ought not Father W. E. Gorey, for 13 years of The theory that betook poison will not pastor of the Catholic to he fired oft until there are plenty church at Frankblue and red lights to Illuminate the oc- likely hold soul, although it is claimed fort, died at the Good Samaritan Hospithat be used morphine for some time tal, Cincinnati. casion. The engagement of Mr. J. L Froh-ma- n, previous to his death. A number of peoThere will be a union praise meetof Danville, and Miss Cora Kegel, ple were unjustly incensed at tho pro ing at the Methodist church Christmas The ceeding, when it was a protection to morning at 0 o'clock. All OhriBtiana are of Chlcigo, has been aunouueed. place at the residence which thocompuiies were entitled, con- invited to attend and take part. marriage will take of Miss Hogel, the l'Jth of January, and sidering the amount of insurance, the The Kev. C. E. Powell, who resigned the couple will beat homo with Mr. and financial condition of the insured and as pastor of the Broadway Christian Mrs. Peter Gilcber on their return from the circiimstancessurrounding the death. church, is also president of the Christhe Hist, about the 120th of January. Mr Hi impressioii prevails, however, that tian Ministers' meeting. Courier JourFrohman'a Danvlllo friends can well no (rand iu the appllcilions for insurance nal. congratulate him upon having won so can be proved and that the $1)0,000 life INv. E O. Guerrant is conducting a fair, as well as so tilted, a youug woman insurance will be co'lected, there being splendid meeting at Uianoke, Vs., and for his bride. Danville Advocate. Here's same question about the accident insur- writes the Journal that up to Sunday to you old fellow, your prospective bride ance, although deceased met with an ac- thero had been over 50 jadditions. and The Globe and may love and liberal cident about hix week before, his death. Journal. advertising make b.itti your heart und The cse is an intertilling one and the Hhv. W. S. Griustead will preach at result of the analysis will be watched Kingsville your purse eiug for joy. tO'iuorrow night, 231, It is said receive a number of people into and nJlirmed the with cocstderab.e anxiety. Tho court of appeals ha9 tho decision refusing to grant h divorce to that he carried 10,000 in Tho Mutual of clinch. He now has 10S who have join-e- l New York, 130,000 in the Michigan MuMr. F. W. Malcolm, of Middlesboro. the Methodist church at that place Malcolm was granted a divorce in tual, $50,000 in the New York Life and s nee Ojt. 1 Mrs. Colorado Bevoral years ago, and subse- f20.0i)0 accident insurance It has been decided to continue the quently Malcolm filed suit in this Ktate gate raiders made another meeting at the Harrodhburg Methodist The toll aiking for a divorce, charging infidelity. Clinch till New Year's. "Mercer county upholds tho validity of Mrs. rahl iu Woodford county Friday night lor God" has been adopted as the motto. Tae court and destroyed four or fivo gates. Ouo Malcolm's divorce. The parties were thatj over 250 souls gate was destroyed for the second time, The 0., Oct. 22, IS35, married at have been converted and 100 sanctified She and the keeper was ordered to inform and the good ellects will he felt for many and are prominent slid wealthy. Malcolm seeuiB the turnpike president that it would be dsys to come. wbh Mips Katie Patwin. a personal matter between him and the to have married her for her money and Special revival services will begin at raiders if the gale should he replaced. when er.e filled to lot him have it, he McKendree churc.i night. The Niagara Electric Company, that Ktfvs. broiiKtii suit for divorca charging her L. L. Pickett and M. S. Trafton will with adultery, &a , but tho court holds practically owns the Niagara Falls Pow- assist the pastor, Hay. W. S. Grinstead, that there is nothing in the record or er, has extonded its operations to Chica- Meu.ing will continue through the oyldonco to substantiate bis charge. The go. It has obtained from the trustees Christmas holidays. Bro. Grinstead aska case is of local interest because Judge J the right to uae the vast power of the ih to say that there will be no holiness W. Alcoru was loading counsel for the present drainage canal, constructed by meeting at Brigbt's school houso by the city of Chicago, lady. John Waddle &;Co. Tho Btory cornea from Western KanIn his protest against the Rev. II, O. who sas that money is h ) scatce out there that A follow iH loose iu Indiana Morrison holding meetings in his makes a business of slipping "P behind the corpse of a suicide was recently fined Presiding Elder E. A. Smith, girls with fine Bulls of hair and with a i25 for carrying concealed weapons and Dublin, Texas, says: "These holiuets sharp knife Bovering their braids from that amount of moi ey taken from his meetings, wherever held, have been a com- pockets and turned over to the city. the'r heads. Those that ho secures source ot strife aud contention and have mand high prices at the buir stores. A great many judges do not agree injured not only our church but other A young Alabama widow is creating with the decision of Judge Settle, of churches. It is not a question of doca sensation, it is said, by healing all those Bowliug Greeu, who holdi that building trine, hut a question of law and order upon whom she lays her hands. She ov usioclatioiiB can not colli ct 12 per cnit with us. Our tiialops have spoken in Idently forgot to lay her bauds upon her interest under the constitution. stroig terms against ihrso meetiugi and l. An armless man w is married in C.jf our caiiftreLcie huvo paa&ed strong resolate husband. The consular report ou tho Armeni- cago last week. He will never have to lutions ugainst them." an massacres will send a shudder to the walk tho lloor at night with the baby. The "Regulators" have warned about Mri. Emma Hare swore in a magishearts ot Christendom. It shows that cruel TurkB have made 50,000 help-Ltj- trate court at Philadelph'a that she had 30 tough characters to leave Logan counthe 27 children. ty, and they are moving. orphans. MA TllIMONIA L MA TTlillS. All!) COUNTY. SO M lillH KT. PuUuhVt Capital s, Rjinj HettelJ Proud. MELBOURNE post-ofll- ce Las-li- -- While the majority of Kentucky townB have been experiencing hard times. Som' urset has bean rapidly forging to the front and there is little or no evidence that money is scarce or business dull there. In fact, mire building has been dona during the year than for a long time and if the improve-nen- t cmtinm, as it is said thsy will, thri'a no tniiiug how lar.ro the "Crascont City of Ken- MODERN MINSTRELSY WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, DEC. 22. tucky" will be. The Old Fellows' building, which b ANA LAU' 1FHUM. will, work-hom- cap-tur- e. rela-tlv- is completed by Feb. 1, will be the handsomest structure in that part of the State. It will cost about $20,)00 and besides the mignificent Opera House, there will be in it commodious roams for the Old Fellows and a beautiful meeting place for the Knights of Pythias, who own some stock in it. There will be one nr more store rooms and a number ofoflhea, most of which are already rented. Tie building is three stories high, very modern in architectural design and would In a credit to a city of 5,000 A Gorgeous Selectiou of Imported Holiday Goods In Endless Variety at F. B. Twidwell's, The Hustling Santa Claus Agent for the old West End of Lincoln, consisting in part of Sewing", Work, Laundry & "Waste Har-rodsbn- inhabitants. r briue-elec- one-ha- lf 1 1 As-to- --- U lle g. , m K-p- irt vm-jl- prc-hng'- H-v- . c indi-cition- Ket-ne- The Opera House ia'on the first and will luve a setting ctpicity of 1,200. The stage is 32x30 and $750 worth of China and Glassware, Candelabra, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Toilet Bcenery has already been purchased for Sets, Chocolate Sets, Onyx Tables, Water aud Tea Sets, Toilet Miri It will be a thing of beauty when rors, Lamps, the latest Bisque Statutes, Vases, Christmas, New completed and Managers R. G. Hail, J E. Olaunch and EJ Ogden, who pay $700 Years', Hridal and Wedding Presents, per year rent, tay they are going to give the people of Somerset and vicinity the opportunity of seeing the best shows on the road. Another splendid business building Metal Dresden Clocks, Handsome Toilet Mirrors. Also Candies, his been put up on Somerset street, Nuts and Tropical Fruits. AI1 at the Lowest Prices. which also adds murh to tho appearance of the growing city, while residences F. B. TWIDWELL, have gone up by the dozsn since my last Dealer in Drugs, Fancy Groceries and Notions, Hustonville, Ky. visit of half a yepr ago. Although thera waB uo especial attraction Siturday, there were almost sb many country people in town as attend tie county courts in Stanford. They wero all busy' too and the merchants must have had a good diy. They do bus inessin SomerEUt and if somebody Isn't making money appearances count for nothing. There will bo a scramble for the post- ofllce, notwithstanding Congressman The time for buying foolish presents has past and to meet the desays he has named the person, but wont tell who it is. Win. Cooper, tho mand of the public for useful ones I am now offering the following sheriff, in my judgment, will be the goods: A large line of initialed and plain silk handkerchiefs, initialed lucky man, but there seems to be a gen- and plain linen handkerchiefs. Ladies' eral belief that Mrs. Tarter, who wos postmaster under Harrison, will be the successful applicant. There are scores of republican candidates for the county offices, but I heard of no democrat who had any desire to ran. A primary will be held Feb Oand The latest tiling, gents' scarf pins, iancy cuffand collar buttons, cotfrom now until that time there will be ton and silk mufflers, blue, pink and red fascinators, fancy neckwear, handshaking galore Roscoo S. Hubble, pure linen table clothes, with napkins to match, purses of all qualiwho frequently brinas atock to ties and kinds, quilts of various widths and prices, and a number of court, and is a relative of the Hubbies of Any of the above Lincoln, seems to have a cinch on the other things which cannot be mentined here. for children, and when you for sheriff. He is at present will make ? good and useful present nomination a deputy and understands the business have seen the quality the pi ice will appear below par. of the office be seeks and is a good man besides. Mr. J. S. May, who married Miss Sallie Thurmond, of Lincoln, is one of the candidates for county clerk and stands a good chance to win, if V. K. Logan doesn't beat him. Judge James Denton, who was a Mc Kinley man in 1S92, will likely be recognized by the major. He says he isn't on office seeker but might accept a good one if it were tendered. Judge William Catron will probably get something good Baskets, Imported China Teas, Dolls, Silverware, Dressing Oases, Ornamented Cut Glass, Goblets, Tumblers, &c. TJSIEIEn'CrXj PRE QJ Elk! TO 1 w I Col-sa- n Plaid and Corduroy Belts, W. H. SHANKS. also. Jes-buni- n Zint-aville- , J jurit-dictio- n, 1 1 Courier-Journa- The Knights of Pvtbias are making preparations for a big hop Wednesday night. Johnson's Hall will be UBed and the beaux and belles from various towns will be on hand to trip the light fantastic. Chief of Police Hughes aud Sheriff Wm. Coopbr are still getting letters tell- SjcIi as Chairs, Pictures, Rugs. Medallions, Center Tables, Tabrou- ing of the location of John Anderson, rettes, Mirrors, Music Cabinets, Easles, &c. who killed Elitor Rucker some eight vears ago. One received Saturday stated that he wbs Bt Lima, O. During the two years he has been sheriff Mr. Cooper says he has gotten at least 10,000 letters and telegrams concerning Anderson. It will he some time yet till Somerset will be a dry town. W. O Speed got lin I am still Sole Agent for the Wacense the day before the election on the terproof question was held and his trme will not z expire till Aug. 3. He will have i nfter tho other saloons close. While they have a splendid electric light, plant, Somerset's streets ore very Save yourself of Wet Feet and a cold by using poorly lighted. The little incandesccnts a pair. are far between and do Utile or no good. They should have arc lights to correspond with their other city airs. There are lots of Bryan admirers in Pulaiki and the majority of thote I talked with are for him in 1000. Judge A. A. Lewis ia as fond ol him and the cause ho represents as any life long democrat I know of, notwithstanding the fact he Dealers In had always been a republican worker until th o lest campaign. Dr. J. M. Owens, another republican who left the g. o. p. did valiant service for ruruominets. The three products ho spoke in gave demo- c alic msjjntii'S for the first lime in Big Line of Farming Implements of all kinds. Handsome line o many years. E. C. W. .W. W Has Useful Christmas, Wedding & WITES. DRY Well-Know- abo-nau- HOOKER BOOTS. few-an- H. J. McROBERTS. FARRIS & HARDIN, Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware and Tinware. Shoes and a well selected stock of Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps. d Kansas paper says that "Mrs. LqaBe'a home, which is worth JGOO, is mortgaged for $1,400. And yet they say Mary doeeu't understand finance. A Prices to Suit The Times jjAM Inf- "- - BHTXjl, THE BEAUTIFUL STAR. Tho wio men camo out of tho east, Following tho beautiful otnr, And tho camela tbey rode Were weighed down with their load Of spices mid Rold from afar. They came to Jerusalem's pate, And a metnKO to Herod dispatched Sayinp, "Tell us the news Of tlui Hint? of tho .Town, Whoo wonderful birth star wo'ro watched." Kinp Herod aprnnc up in nlarm. And tho wiventy summoned at morn, And demanded of them. "O King. Hethlouem," They rplied,"ls where Christ shall bo born." So tho wlo men to Bethlehem camo, Still following the beautiful star, And they laid at the feet Of the Christ Child no sweet Their spices and gold from afar. Then they rev'rently worshiped him there, Though n rude manger cradled tho boy, And pave thanks to the. Lord For fulfilling his word, And returned to their country with Joy. And tho low bondlnp heavens raw: out, Vfhllo tho thrilling, seraphic refrain Filled tho earth llko a flood "Glory bo unto God, And on earth peace, good will unto men I" Chicago Inter Ocean. PKIXCESS L1LITIL em, Now, when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Jnd:ra, in tho day of Ilcrod tho kinp, behold, tbcro camo wiso men from tho oast to Jerusal- Saylnp, Whcro is ho that is born Kinp of tho Jews. For wo havo Keen his star in tho cast and uro come to vornhip him. When Herod tho kinp had heard theso things,-hwas troubled, and all Jerusalem with him. And when ho had gathered all tho chief priests and scribes of the peoplo together, ho demanded of th m where Christ should bo born. And they said unto him, In Bethlehem of Judrvn. o Then Herod, when ho had privily called tho vrisu men, inquired of them diligently what time tho star appeared. And ho smt them to Bethlehem and wild. Go nnd fccarch dlllpcntly for thoyounp child, nnd, when yo lmvo found him, brlnp mo word again, that I may como and worship him nlo. Being warned of God In n dream that they should not return to Ilcrod, they departed into their own country another way. I I Then Horod, when hoenwthat ho was mocked of tho wiso men, was exceeding wroth. Watthow il, Tho Princess Lilitli, daughter of King Herod, mused as shu reclined upon bed of purple, and the negreps Noun waved n fan of foathors over her nnd tho cat Astaroth slept at her feet. Princess Lilith was 15 years of age. Her eyed wero as deep as tho water of a cistern, and hor mouth was like a cyclamen llower. Sho mused of her mother, Queen Miriam, who died when Lilith was still littJo moro than n baby. She did not know that her father had killed hor in n fit of jealousy, but sho knew that ho kept her body in tho depths of a secret chamber, embalmed in honey and spices, and that ho still wept for hor. Sho mused upon her father, King Herod, taciturn and always ill. Sometimes ho shut himself up in his cham-boand thero ouo could hear him scream aloud. It was becauso ho thought ho saw tlioso whom ho had caused to die his stepbrother, Kosto-bar- ; his wife, Miriam; his 6ons, and Alexander, Lilith's brothers; his stepmother, Alexandra ; her son, Antipater; tho doctor of law, and many others. Although Lilith know nothing of all this, her father always inspired her with great terror. Sho mused upon tho Messiah looked for by tho Jews aud of whom sho had heard so much from her nurse, Egla, now dead. And, although tho Messiah would bo king in Herod's placo, sho 6aid to herself that sho would very much like to seo him. Lastly sho mused upon little Hozael, tho son of her foster sister, Zebonda, who lived in Bethlehem. Hozael was a year old. Ho laughed merrily and was beginning to talk. Lilith loved him tenderly, and almost every day sho ordered her mules to bo harnessed into her cedar chariot and went with tho uegressNoun to visit tho littlo Hozael. Lilith mused upon all theso things, nnd then it seemed to her that sho was very much alono iu tho world and that without littlo Hozael sho would bo very sad. 11 foro-head, r, dio with tho others, for tho soldiers will plied, "I will Bhow you tho way, Princess Lilith." search every house." "But I am very suro that littlo HoWhen thoy reached tho spot whero zaol is not tho Messiah. How could ho bo tho Messiah? Ho is tho son of my tho infant lay, Lilith was greatly astonished, for sho had expected to bco foster sister." "Ask your father to sparo him," said something extraordinary and magnificent without kuowing exaotly what, Zabulon. "I daro not," said Lilith. Then sho nnd sho only saw n hut built against n resumed: "I shall go myself with Noun rock nnd in this hut an ass, an ox. a nnd get littlo Hozael aud hido him in man who appeared to bo a workman, a my room. Then ho will bo very safe, woman of tho peoplo, beautiful, yes, lor tho king almost nover comes thore. " but palo and delicate and poorly clad. And iu tho manger, lying upon the Lilith ordered the mules to be har- straw, was n littlo child, whom at first nessed into her cedar chariot, sped to glance sho thought liko any othor child. Bethlehem with Noun, entered tho But when sho drew nearer sho saw its home of her foster sister Zebonda and eyes, aud in thoso eyes a look not that said: "It is n long timo siuco I havo of a babe, an infinite sweetness moro seen Hozael. I should like to carry him than human, and she becanioawarothat to my palaeo and keep him for a day tho stable wns only lighted by tho light aud a night. Tho baby is weaned nnd which emauated from him. Sho said to tho young mother, "What has no longer need of thy caro. I will is your nnmo?" givo him a dress of hyaciuth aud a col"Miryem." lar of pearls." Sho said nothing to "And your littlo boy?" of what sho had learned from "Jesus," Zabulon, so afraid was sho of tho king. "Ho seems to bo very good." But sho noticed that Zcbouda's face "Ho moans sometimes, but ho never shono with unwonted joy. cries," "Why art thou so joyous?" "Will you lot mo kiss him?" Zebonda hesitated a moment, then "Yes, madam," said Miryem. replied, "1 am joyous, Princess Lilith, Lilith stooped and kissed tho child becauso yon lovo my son." upon tho forehead, nnd Miryem was a "And thy husband whcro is ho?" Again Zebonda hesitated and an littlo vexed that sho did not kneol. "So," said Lilith, "this littlo child iwercd, "Ho has gono to gather his is tho Messiah?" flocks upon tho mountain side." "You havo said it, mndam." Noun hid tho littlo Hozael under her "And ho will bo King of tho Jews?" long veils, and Lilith and tho good "It is for that that God has sent roturned to the palace just as tho him." buu was setting. "But thon ho will mako war nnd kill When Lilith reached her chamber, many men, nud ho will dethrone King sho took Hozaol upon her lap, and tho Herod or his successor?" "No, " 6aid Miryem, "for his kingbaby laughed and tried to pull tho littlo princess' long oar pendants. But sud- dom is not of this world. Ho will havo denly Noun, who was preparing somo noither guards nor soldiers. Ho will coru gruel for tho child in tho noxt havo noither palaces uor treasures. Ho room, rushed iu crying: "Tho kiugl will not inflict taxes upon tho coplc, nnd ho will livo llko tho poorest fisherHero comes tho king!" Lilith had only timo to hido Hozael man ou tho lako of Geuesareth. Ho in a largo basket aud cover him with a will be the servant of tho poor and pilo of silks and bright wools before humble. Ho will heal tho sick and comKing Herod entered with a slow, heavy fort tho nlllicted. Ho will teach truth tread, tho chains and plates of gold, and justice. It is over hearts, not bod with which ho was covered, shaking ies, that ho will reign. Ho will suffer with each movement. His back was to teach us the prico of suffering. Ho bent, and his bloodshot eyes glared in will bo tho King of Lovo, for ho will his terriblo face. His chin shook so with lovo all men. And ho will teach tlioe tho palsy that his bristly beard seemed who nro tormented with a longing to shudder. Ho said to Lilith, "Whenco which this world cannot satisfy whero their poor hearts can find peace aud comest thou?" She replied, "From Jericho." And joy. And no doubt ho will havo a she raised toward tho king her oyes, na throne." "Ah, now you scol" said Lilith, still calm as tho water of a cistern. "Oh, how she resembles her!" mur- resisting. "Bnt, "resumed Miryem, "thothrono mured Herod. At this moment a littlo cry camo will bo a cross. Ho will dio upon n cross to expiate tho sins of men so that from tho basket. "Will you keep quiet?" said Lilith to God, his Father, may havo pity upon tho cat Astaroth, who slept on tho rug. them." Lilith listened in astonishment. Theu sho said to tho king: "My father, you seem troubled. Would you liko mo Slowly she turned her head toward tho manger. Tho babe was gazing at her, to sing to you?" And taking her zither, sho sang him and, vanqu idled by tho caress of tho.io deop eyes, sho murmured, "No ono over a song about roses. Aud the kiug murmured, "Oh, that told mo tlioso things before," and falling upon hor knees sho adored him. voico 1" Then ho fled, as if struck with fear, "I know," said Lilith as sho rose, becauso Lilith's voico and eyes recalled ''that Kiug Horod will search for the to him tho voico and eyes of Queen Mir- c'hild to kill him. Tako tho ass aud ily. I will pay its master." iam. n uo-grc- ss HERE'S YOUR PORTUNITY. A New Eight-volume OP- A DIIILy PAPER FOR $2.00 A YEAR!' En- cyclopaedia At About Your Own Price. 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Editorially the It prints the full Aoso- - B l'.enlni: Post utronKcst paper In tho ?outli. Neatly printed on cintrti itcsh uispnicncs, supplemented by Send for flno pnper. from every unnipio copy. Auurcss i.. K corre-epotnlcn- co THE EVENING POST, LOUISVILLE, KY. CLUimCl) WITH THIS as iAin. m THE WEEKLY V. fl Aris-tobul- Lilith went into tho garden and found old Zabulon weeping. "Why dost thou weep, old Zabulon?" "You know tho cause, Princess Lilith. I weep bccauo tho king wishes to kill tho littlo child who is tho Messiah. " "But, "said Lilith, "if ho is roally tho Messiah, men cannot havo tho power to kill him." "God wishes us to help him,"roplicd Zabulon. "Princess, you, who aro so good and so compassionate, should warn tho father and mother of this little child." "Question tho peoplo of Bothlehcm." "But ought I to savo ouo who will chase my father from this palace, ouo poor pris-one- Following tho narrow paths which wound in aud out among tho round hills tho littlo company soon reached tho plain. "Hero," said tho princess, "I must lcavo you. I am tho Priuce-- s Lilith, daughter of Kiug Herod. er mo." Aud as thoy disapjwared in tho darkness of tin? night, Joseph leading theas upon which sat Miryem holding tho infant Jesus in her aims Lilith followed with her eyes tho aureolo encircling his divino brow. As tho pnle, mysterious light disappeared behind a forest of sycamores Lilith heard tho tramp of horses' hoofs and tho dunking of swords upon tho opposite road. It was tho squadron of ltomnu soldiers marching toward Bethlehem. Every ono knows that tho Princess Lilith was ono of the holy women who followed Jesus on tho day of his sacri-ficand that littlo Hozael was ono of Christ, tho Saviour. tho first Translutcd From tho Fronch by V. M. in Romance. o "Bnt whero shall I find thorn?" i or a beggar in the streets?" "That day is far removed, " said Zabulon, "and tho Messiah is now only a tiny babe, mora helpless oven than littlo Hozael." "But aro yon suro that ho is tho Messiah?" demanded Lilith. "Yes," said Zabulon, "becauso ho was Lorn in Bethlehem at tho tiiuo appointed by tho prophets and tho wise men havo seen his star." Presently Lilith went into tho garden "Ho must bo vory beautiful, although to walk under tho great Bycamores. ho is so smull. Don't you think so, ZabThero sho met old Zabulon, who had ulon?" "It is writteu that ho shall bo tho been formorly captain of tho king's guard. Herod had repluced his Jewish most beautiful among tho children of guard by Roman soldiers, but having men." confldcuco iu old Zabulon ho had given "I shall go to seo him," said Lilith. him the caro of tljnt part of tho palaeo inhabited by Lilith. When night came, Lilith ouvoloped Old Zabulon, who had been fceblo herself in loug black veils, and tho lor many years, eat sunning himself bracelets and circles of gold upon her upon a fitono bench. His back was so arms and ankles, tho collars about her bent with ago that his long beard neck and tho precious stones with which sho was covered shono through reached to his knees. Lilith said to him, "Thou art sad, her veils us softly as tho stars in tho sky. Aud thus Lilith resembled tho old Zabulon." "Yes, Princess Lilith, becauso I havo night, whoso name sho bore, for iu learned from a centurion that tho king "Lilith" signifies "tho night." She left tho palaeo secretly with tho has given orders to kill tomorrow morning at dawn all tho children iu Bethlo-he- ntgress Noun, aud as sho walked bIio mused: "I should not want tho Messiah under two years of age." to tako the crown from my father "Why?" it would bo very hard for mo not "Tho wiso men havo announced that tho Messiah is born. But it is not to livo in a beautiful palaeo any moro known how to recognizo him, and tho nud not to havo any moro soft rugs and wiso meu havo not returned to tell pretty dresses and perfumes and jewels. whero thoy havo found him. By killing But still I do not want them to kill nil tho babies in Bethlehem, tho king is this littlo newborn child. So I shall euro that tho Messiah cannot cscapo tell my father that I havo discovered its hiding place, nnd as a rccompeuso for him." "That is trno,"said Lilith. "That is this scrvico I shall entreat him to sparo n clover dovico." Then after a moment's tho child aud keep him iu his palace. Thus ho cannot harm us, and if ho is reflection, "Oould I seo him?" h ho will lot us fiharo roally tho "Who?" his power.' "Tho Messiah. " Lilith found Zebonda and her hus"In order to seo him, ouo must know whero ho is. Aud if wo knew whoro to band, Methouel, iu prayer. Both scorned find him, tho king would not bo obliged filled witli great joy. Lilith bethought to kill all tho other littlo childrou of hur of a ruse. "Hozael is very well," said she, tho town. ' ' "That is truo," said Lilith. Then sho "and I shall bring him back to you toadded in a low voico, as if sho wero morrow. But since you know whero to ufraid of her own words, "My father is find tho Messiah lead mo to him. I am very wicked." Thon suddenly, "But como to adore him." Methouel was a simplo man, little littlo Hozaol?" "Littlo Hozaol," eaid Zabulon, "will disposed to think ill of others, so ho re r Ho-bro- by whom I may somo day becomo a llolleil Hull Tor tho I'oor. 1G01, Georgo Stavorton loft a sum of money to purchaso a bull, which bull ho gavo to tho poor of Wokingham town and parish. Tho animal was to bo boiled, tho hido aud tho offal to bo sold, and tho proceeds expended iu the purchaso of shoes and stockings, to bo bestowed upon poor ohildreu. Up to the yeur 1828 a bull was regularly boiled on tho 21st of December in tho market placo of Wokingham. But iiv that issue. year tho corporation of tho town deterHow to Prevent Pnoumonln. mined upon discontinuing such a procold i very rail! ceeding, which has sinco accordingly At this time of tho year course without ma aid been omitted. At Christmas, 1835, a co tiartcdtome il I'll to Coughitimedicine, it liable reliable of the aid mob broko open during tho night tho to result In that drrad disease, pneumonia. We coll know of to better placo whcro ono of tho animals was than Chamberlain's rtmedy to cure a cough or have Coujth Kemedy H'e kept and boiled it, in spito of tho mag- used it quite extensively and it hat always given Olagah, Indian Tenitoiy, Chid. istrate's endeavors toprevont them., nnd satisfaction. o y remedy that is known to Iu a 'I hit the similur attempts havo since been mado coital, ispreventive of pneumonia. Among th. man) thousands who havo utril it for c liH and on other occasions. Boston Herald. 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FROHMAN & CO., Proprietors, G-ileh- er Block, Danville, Kentucky. ymmmmmtiiiimtm0 Ift ilM ' '';' "lMiS3feijaui!catga t, jjl, JffClWiWH ! mmwuyum) 3fc t nothing small about the Strings. It goes tbe whole hog or none by announcing that it will observe the custom and issue 1896 111 paper at all Christmas week, But ven at that it does no more than tbe Wdeknes, which take an issue off. Ten days is a mighty long time, however, for a to shut up shop. ia Uar-rodsbu- rg tlme-bonoro- Tubus d Stanford. Kv., Dec. 22, W. P. WALTON. semi-week- ly EIGHT PACES Shcritaby Olsby hB8 stirred up the mookeya by saying in bu inSenatorial terview thafthe right to reeosniza the Republic of Cuba na an independent State rests exclusively with the executive, and that a resolution from Conpress on the subject, unless approved by th president, would bo inoperavote tive, even if passed by a of each House, and would only have the importance of advice." As the remark seems to convey the Running that the president would veto the Cameron resolution if passed, and ignore it if it should be passed over bis veto unless events in Cuba led him to a belief that the time bad come for interference, the jingoes are cutting high jinks over what they regard as a denial of the authority of Congress. On the other hand many of the more conservative and equally aa influential members of both Houses agree with the tecretary, including a majority of the House Committee on Foreign The secretary holds that there is no Cuban government to recognize and until one is established, Conoress should not rush madly into the breech and declare for war. To which the mote thoughtful and lees excitable people will eay amen. The experiencs of the United States in war ought to teach us a lesson. Another war and tome more pension bills will bankrupt the country. two-thirds Al-fai- It is sent out from Frankfort that tho reorganized court of appeals will reverso the late bank tax decision, and as tho court haa the reputation of reversing itself on. the slightest provocation, the story is doubtless true. Kentucky's highest court hasn't ranked very high for yeiraand its tendency is decidedly down ward. A youno woman in Cincinnati is suing for divorce because her husband proves not to he a man. If all tbe wives whose husbands are not really and truly men were to file pleaa for separation, tbe courts could hardly on them as fast as applications would be made. pa POLITICAL POINTS. Bryan will lecture at Atlanta on the 231. Gen. P. Watt Hardin ia out soliciting subscriptions to Btart the democratic daily at Louisville. The House passed a bill appropriating $130,000 for a government building and exhibit at the Nashville exposition. According to the election returns published by the secretary of State In Arkansas, SO votes wore cast for the late Jefferson Davis for presidential elector. The Lodga bill, which Bhuta out immigrants over the age of 1C, who can not read and write, amended so as to exempt Cubans during tbe war, paesed tbe House 52 to 10. Tbe populist State committee will meet at Louisville Dec. 31, to confer about fusion with silver democrats in t le various counties on county officers at the next election. Col. John S.May, who married MIpb Snllie Thurmond, of Lincoln, is a candi date for county clerk of Pulaski, and bb be has a way of getting there we hope he will not lose it this time. Our friend Heniy Watteraou is engaged in a desperate conflict with the Cleveland boom of 1000. Henry, we regret to say, has a bad case of slaughter house on the brain Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. There are now 70,000 postmasters in the United SUtes, and it took 190.000,-00- 0 last year to pay for tbe postal service. The first year of Washington's adminisand the tration we hnd 7o mail service cost $ 32,000 hard cash. The American Federation of Labor by a vote of 1,935 to 302 declared for the free coinage of silver at 10 to 1, pledged its support to any party so declaring, unanimously President Gom-poand unanimously fired Secretary McCrattb. John B. Thompson told a Cincinnati Enquirer man: "We are by no means disheartened, and will carry the State next year with a vim. I had the unlimited corruption fund and 5,000 fraudulent votes to fuht and it was more than I CDu'd stand up under." Judge W. S. Pryor, on retiring from the appellate bench iu January, will become th senior member of a Louisville liw firm to ba styled Pryor, O'Neal A Pryor, his ton, Joseph, to be the junior member. The office will be in Louisville. Judge Pryor will remain in Frankfort. Booker T. Washington, the Neuro principal of the State Normal and Industrial College for Negroes at Tuskeeee, Ala., who became famous by a speech at the opening of the Atlanta exposition, is being vigorously pushed by his Negro friends in Georgia and Alabama for a place in McKinley's cabinet. William Schuler, of Cincinnati, who was stakeholder for $2,000 bet on tbe Kentucky election, decided that those who bat that McKinley would carry the State lost; also thoso who bet that Bryan would carry tbe State lost, and that tbe beta were a draw. He paid the money back to those who put it up, and nobody loBtor won anything. That celestial specimen of a patriot, Scrub Bynum, whose aoul bo revolted at the etain to be put upon tbe country by Bryan's election, ia to go to New York and continue tbe fight against the democratic party. He geta several thousand dollars per annum for his work. The question is who pays the money? Bowling Green Courier Hanna, that's easy to answer. Give us a hard one. Can the bitterest gold bug find anything in this excerpt from a recentspeech of Mr. Bryan to bang the charge of anarchism upon: "I love my counrry eo much, I love my people bo well that I shall rejoice if tho result of the late campaign proves I was wrong and my opponent was right. Because if he can make the government better than I could have made it, then my children and your children will enjoy tbe benefits," Head this and paste it away. It ia tho sum total of the popular vote for president: For McKinley 7,109,480 0,50S,GSl Bryan 140,494 Prohibition 132,050 Palmer Socialist al-ro- rs. Dr. A. D. James, the Senator who is waa fired and afterwards sick at hia home in Muhlenburg. quite Roawoll G. Horr died of Bright's disease Friday at bis home, riainfield, N. J., aftor an illnesB of two weeks. Mr. McKinley in leaving Canton, for Chicago, escapes from the 12,000 Ohio office seekers, it iatrue, but haa any one counted the Illinois men who wish to Borve their country ? The friends of O. W. Fairbanks, rep , claim that be will have at least 55 votes in the republican caucus for tbe nomination to succeed Senator Voorbees. Only 43 votea are needed. that Speaker Raed and It is Chairman Hitt, of tbe House Foreign Ailaira Committee, have determined that the Cameron rtsilutions recognizing Cu ban independence shall not pass tho House. The Senate committee on foreign affairs agreed upon a favorable report of the Cameron resolutions, "that the Independence of the Republic of Cuba be and the same is hereby acknowledged by the United States of America" and that "tho United States will use its friendly offices with the government of Spain to bring to a close the war between Spain and Cuba." The resolution was reported to the Senate vestorday, but will not be acted upon by that body nntil after the holidays. There is etrong opposition to it. ed Jamis Harvey broke his wife's neck at Wilmington, O. MORE NEWS NOTES. The tax rate in LouiBvllle hna been fixed at 31.85. The plague In Bombay had killed 1,- 094 to Thursday. The L. it N. depot Bt Auaterlitz was burned Saturday. boy was convicted at A stealing. Paris of horse An aged farmer near Maynard, Mass waa brutally murdered by robbers. baby in CamThere is a week-olJ., that only weighs Oj ounces. den, Silas Morgan waB cut to death at a dance at Kingston by Georgj Steele, a'eo colored. I. Ealoe, wife and grand child were bnrned to death in their home near Ashtabula, O. Hermann, tbe magician, died of heart disease in hia private car at Great Valley, N. Y. A 7 ounce baby was born to a New York couple that was still alive and well at last accounts. James Smith, colored, waa hanged in Prince George's county, Md , for murdering a young woman. Mrs. Martha Gilliland and her old daughter were ground to pieces a train at Ladoga, Ind by Kuklnx took L. O. Combs,' former jailer of Perry county, from, his homo and beat him into tnaenaibilitv. A train on the Southern Railway was held up by two masked men in Fayette county. Ala., and robbed. Jackson ille, Fla , is on a boom. Its population has increased 1,784 tliia year and 271 new houeeB have been built. James Fee, while resisting arrest at Uydfii, Leslie county, was Bhot to death He waa painting the town by officers red. By the explosion of two boilers inn woolen mill at Centreville, R. I., three persons weie killed and one fatally in d 10-ye- J. W. Hetsch, postmaster at Newport and proprietor of the Journal newspaper published there, bas skipped under a charge of the embezz'pnient of 15,000 or more. The government has taken charge demanded that the of tbe sureties make good the amount. Mr Hitsch was prominent in church and lodge circles, being a Methodist, Odd Fel' low and Knight of Pythias, nnd was considered an all around good fellow. Politics is said to have the cause of his downfall, which everyone, who knows him, sincerely regreta. prst-oflicea- Three meu were killed and sevon injured in a wreck on the Tenia and Pa. cific railroad near Sodua, La. Detectivo Welch has arrested at Nicbolasville two men whom ho believes to bo members of tho gang of toll gate lias almost arrived. MAKE raiders. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Goldsmith, of Now York, and their three small children were killed by the explosion of a piano lamp in their apartments. George Blancoe, of Andrraon, Ind., 13y purchasing from us useful presents. has bom declared insane because of tho Pearl Bryan tragedy. He read everything about it, till hia m nl cave away and he attempted to kill his wife. A Negro stole it hog nt Paris ThursOf everything beautiful and seasonable. day n:glit, wmo (untiled next morning, Indicted and een'.enced to six ears in Handkerchiefs, many dozen of them in plain and fancy, to sell from the penitentiary, nil witMii IS lion ip, making it the ewifttst course of justiio 5c up. Gloves, both ladies and gents', a big assortment and prices on record. sure to suit you. Also a big line of Mufflers. Tho town of Ridford. Vv, waa visi-to- p br a cot thgration, tho entire business cntre being wiped out. Thirty-seve- n building, including store, residences and one hotel, the llfjffnun House, were burned. Loea $100,000. Just the thing for a Christmas Present to gents, and we have them in The Frankfort penitentiary report handsome velvet embroidered with flowers. Patent leathers and shows that 1,375 prinonera wero confined in black and tan from 50c, up. SHIRTS, white and fancy, during the year; 753 wero received, and Beautiful line of 722 released, died, escaped, etc. Dec. 1, to sell at 50c to 51.50. tho population wnn 1,135 The prison fell $32,58(1 short of being By order of Cnngreaa $130,000 worth of seeds will be distributed in 1897. This equals $2SS 89 for each representative, In the latest Styles. Ladies' and Gents' UNDERWEAR will be Senator and delegate in Cingrecs, or sold at Reduced Prices from now on to the end of the season, enough to allow 30,000 pirkagrs of seed A useful gift is a nice to each member, field eed in quart packages. George Ballard, breeder of skunks near this city, ia advertising nnd foroOO red l " nt $2 per fox. Zule Hodgkiiiand Ai dj'ip-oid Cheeter And cither of them would be appreciated by any sensible man cr Dean 02 calves at $7.05 Some sales of boy. Also a nice bed spread, napkins, table linens, towels, a corn are reported at $1.25 n barrel. Cape or Jacket would be appreciated by any sensible woman. Sun. Merry Christmas Happy Your. Friends J We Have a Magnificent Display HOLIDAY SLIPPERS ! mil-lific- rs NECKWEAR! OH itp, Hat, Cap, Suit of Clothes, D0LL$ AI7D Win-cheat- er Doubtless Jim Stone, tbe brutal as- sailant of Mrs. Green, near Mayfield, deserved his fate, but it was criminal carelessness for the officers of tbe law to take him to Mayfield, after his confinement in Louidville, and adopt no means to prevent his execution by a mob. He was taken flora the jail there Sunday night and hung. It is just such oflicere and just such ads that bring upon Kentucky's name further charges of lawlessness and disorder, and the oflicere at least ought to be made to suffer for their gross nes- lect. Arran over a qunitir 01 a century of honorable discharge of the duties of appellate judge, Chief Justice W. S. Pryor retired Saturday, when his associates presented him with a flue gold watch aad paBsod highly eulogistic resolutions on his Bervicea ea an officer and Iub standing aa a man, to which he responded in feelirjg terms. It wes a bad dny for Kentucky, when she retired the greatest judge, who baa occupied her highest bench in several decades. a bluff toTub republicans are wards contest of tbe election of W B. Smith, the only democratic nlec or. The grounds are claimed to be fraud and ballot box stufling in the 1st and irreguUri ties iu the 2d, 3d, 4:h, Gtn and 10th. Of course this iabo3h hnd done simply to oflset the many charges of fraud committed by republicans everywhere they could and especially in the 11th. There will bono contest on either side. Mark that. - has done all ita power to elect candidates who dein cline to admit that the tarifl ia a tax, it ia useless for it to shriek now that it is a tax. Its advice to ita new fonnd friends not to pass a hi?h protective bill will have aa little effect aa ita pleaa for democ- After the Louisville Post racy have had in the past. Ia boxing the political compass the Poat haa boxed itself out of the ring and his no standing in any party. W itu war paint from oue end to his other, with bis breeches shoved in hie boots, fire in hia eye, blood on his nose tt and a terrible Bnickersee iu bis hand, fierce warrior of the Logan, tbe Louisville Times, issues this ultimatum: "Spain must put up, ahut up or get ofl the New World." This ia enough. The cruel war will soon be over and Woyler and hia men go marching home. Em-me- ro i, I Tim court of appeals decides that police judges and others sitting aa examining courts are entitled to J2 a caBe and $2 a day if it takes longer than a day. . Tho auditor held that $2 0 day was all the law contemplated. This ruling will help many a poor officer at the expense of the debt burdened State, which aeema to get it in the neck in all declaiona. lucid moments aa witness tbe following in a lengthy editorial: We do not Bay that editing a newspaper is the greatest ot p 1 The Courier-Journ- al haa occasional occupation known to man; but a great job-leditor ia a long ways ahead of the Congressmen and cabiof Senator, net members as the riffrraff of such cat tie go at Washington. Klioi.M Corn lk"ifiMlirl Tor Cattle? Probably a majority of tho cattle food-er- s of thin section of tho corn bolt feed largely husked corn, though Himtied corn, shelled corn uud coruiueal or corn nnd cob luctil fireiilt-- used tomxmsidor-util- e extent. Tho most bucccfsful feeders are, however, inclined to roly niainly on Minppcd corn during tho fall and winter months nnd shell or grind that which is used later. These feeders lmvo largely discarded ear corn. My own cxporiunco and observation lmvo been that mumped corn is very much proferablo to husked corn for feeding cattle. Tho advantages aro thnt it i.4 safer and cattlo are much )c.s liable to derangement of digestion nnd ill effects of overfeeding, and tho corn it bofter, freshen and mora palatable condition through tho winter months with tho husk on than when it is removed. I prefer to lmvo only about half of tho husk left on, this being tho inner and softor husk, which is vory accept-abl- o its feed mid to it considerable extent serves as n satisfactory substitute for hay. In our feeding at the Iowa Htntion wo rarely if over use tiny husked corn. Snapped corn iu fall and winter and corn and cob moal during tho summer mouths are preferable to husked corn. The snapped corn is ruu through a cheap hand cutter, which chops both earn and husk into about two inch lengths. To this wo add sufficient clovor hay to give bulk nnd a Finall nllowanco of oihueal, gluten or cottonseed meal tho chomo jured. dopeuding largely upon tho market price George Finley, who attacked a white of theso products to add sufficient niman with a knife for accusing him of trogenous matter to givo tho Iwst Professor C. J CurtisH of Iowa stealing corn, was shot to death by a mob Experiment Station in Hrcedor'a near Mayfield. A Louisville man and hia son had a Live Muck Point. fight, after which the old man dropped A bushol of corn ought to mako ton of heart failure produced by ex dead pounds of pork. citement Hnd anger. Between Jan. 1, 1888, and Jim. 1, Great Britain was shaken by an no damage was 1890, tho average price of ahorso foil in earthquake last week but to $30. Hero aone further than to frighten timid peo- this couutry from $71.b0 is one of tho roasotiH why farmers aro ple out of their wits. not satisfied. The Hon. John Randolph Tucker, Yorkshire hogs, especially of tho dean of the law school of Washington breeds known ns tho small medium and Lee University, is critically ill at hiB York-B- , are favorites in England, but tho home at Lexington, Va. Tamworths tiro tho most highly prized In the George'a Branch precinct of of all there. Tho Yorkshires uro white, tho Tamworths ppottod. Wo should liko Breathitt county, there is open war s and Red String clans, to sen men who lmvo timo and can afford the it experiment with tho Tamworths here. and gory tlmeB are expected. They aro a breed little known in the University of the South at Tbe Perhaps thoy would bo Tenn.. haa been given $35,000 United States. the hog whoso meat would fcell beht in cash and property valued at $15,000 by England. Danish government exports Dr. E. A. Hoffman, ot iNew selected tho English Tamworth as tho John J. Thornton, an editor of Ash- foundation for improved pork in their land, Clay county, Ala., was ahot at country. through a window at hia home and killAfter a hog is 0 months old it fattens muebmoro nlowlythan it didnp to ed in the presence of bis family. Jamea Hamblin and son, of Brown that time. It is best in theso times to county, lnd., were bound hands and fatten and soil pigs at about 8 mouths feet by a solitary robber, who afterwards old. Mr. Dunham of Illinois was not a litdaughter. assaulted hia tle disgusted whon ono of his French "speak-eaBy- " Of 10 men who drank ho rated Rccond took whibky near Wheeling, W. V., three are coacli stallions thnt in ono tbreo are crazy first prizo over ins famous Indro liorso dead; another will die, of tho clusEcs at tho Now York and tbe remaining nine are very Bick. hIiow. Nownduys it does not pay to keep a Thomaa Stone, of Elkhart, Ind., fell into a well while walking in hia Bleep hog till it is over 8 months old. As mioii and drowned. A few nights before bo as pigs uro old enough to eat and drink, awoke to find himself on the roof of hia begin to feed them, and keep on feeding till they are roady for tho butcher. Givo bouse. of tho State, them ground oats mixed with an equal In several counties part of rye or wheat, ground. Feed also turnpiko owners have given their roads bran and shortf. The feed must be to the county. This sort of liberality moistened. Um hkiminilk for thi.s purought to makea toll gate raider ashamed pose if you h.ivo it; if not, water or clean slop. Give them very little corn of himself. Mra. W. T. LeachmBn, of Louisville, till they are past 3 months old. "Pacerp aro funny auiuiuls," said an itis believed, periahed in the furious in New York, which tbe old tnrfmun, "always want a knee boot, anow storm on quarters or different Journal ears coat tbe city over $2,000,000 homothitigbit, jumpmakotheir bud living it elso to and many lives. with them around." McKinley overall A woman near Ohlllicotbe, O , endMuKlnley's vote waa 51 per cent of all. ed a quarrel with another woman by Bryan'a vote was 40: per cent of all. Biehop Dudley gave hia hearers hel throwing a bucketful of lye in her face, Palmer's vote waa less than 1 per cent burning out her eyes and also her in- Sunday. At least that was tbe subject of of all. bis very able discourse. fant's, which died in a short time, o L0T$ 0Y$ '. 1 For the young. Don't fail to inspect our line before you buy. bacd-to-ha- nd THE LOUISVILLE T. D. RANKY, Manager. Hranch Stores: Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, ST0RL. A: URHANSKY StfCO., Proprietors, I post-office- s, ro-tai- Cynthi.ma, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Elizabcthtown, and Frankfort, Ky., Mauckport, Ind. rrr rs W i o. vaar )! n YX ... n i y" Rot j yiifT- - x& :! '. ji : Buy, your Coal now before it goes up, for the Winter. Cc!rAll Farm Products taken in exchange. (ill mil .y, !) v & fir J. H.mAUGHMAN V CO. (ill On-zutt- e. Much Sickness Prevails At thii ttainn nctl be-twe- ol the yeir. Veu medicine. Whit joj buy et tlruK ihoaUl be pure nnd frrth. I guarantee toy gonjt f bril quality Hve your pre tcrlptiom filled bete. Ku-klu- Pknny's Dkug Stokk - lor. DoYouEat .We have a House full of. Good : Things To'cat. 'K Prices lower than otl'er peDplc's. Would like for you to 33,912-0.815,- 173 POST YOURSELF, And then let us show you our goods and give you prices. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. ;i"'M' iii imnin ME Diamonds at DmiW. Silvkk novelties valnre at DankB. " c. Solid gold st ring 1)3 Danka. Far- - Solid Mkt gold aichlfb5 Danka I W. P. Tatk Iisb closed out the nant of hia stock of gooda lo D. W. remVan-deveer. H 4 A lM The King Mountniu Canning Co 'a property will be sold on the premiaea to carving seta. bargain Tea spoons $1 50 Ht. Butter kniveaiay by CommlsHionHr It. O. Warren. Wk E. C. Walton, Business Manager. HlgginahaveMcKinney. in A A 25c up. See Daims' Xmaa batgaina. PiCTUiiKfl. Photos and tin types made TiiihTY (loz-'pocknt Jcuivch for Xuirh, in tho latest and best style during the Hkad Severance A Soh'o handkerchief You should take your prescriptions to holidays. Frank Cordier, Rowland. Penny's drug store where prompt and ad. Severance & Son. (Jo mo gut oiih. HiutfinB &McKinuty. . accurate service 1b guaranteed. tw We will make this present to the one who guesses nearest to the f WkIiavj heard if noChristmas serviW. II. Biiady's ia headquarters for fine Handsome Albums and Medalliona number of Dolls we sell this Christmas. Each purchaser ol a doll enF'UllS, CBtidiee, NutB, Ao PERSONAL POINTS. cheap at Craig A llocker'e Crab House. ces here, exept the early one at the .. ... Methodist church, and what is worse for titled to a Guess. See our Mr. L, It. Jonkm ia very ill of catarrhal A Nicn present for the "Old Folks," A p.U'KAOk ol FirecracKera with enuh theuhildrwn no Christmas trn. fever. Spictacha. (JrHlgit Mocker. pound of Stick Candy at Warren A m Mna. Annik Jamks ia visiting in Crab All through trains wvre delayed yea Stoiik Room, with entrancea both on Shanka'. terday by an aicident at the Cumbfr Oruhtrd. Higgest and Best Assortment in town. Miss Uctavia. SizcMoim haa returned Main and Lancaster streets, for rent. W. The Curbtii Kuterprise guta for our land Hiver bridge at Waaioat, Some P. Walton. from Loulavlllv. city counsel like, a thousand of brick for freight oars jumped tho track and tore Haiihis Wkahkn ia clerking iu JSaver-anc- e out anupport. Tiikiik iu nothing h.uuII about us. Dou- licensing saloons. ft Son's eturu. ble isenes three times straight along and Wk have juht opened an elegant line Wk lesrn thai there ia an ellbrt on foot Mim. Ida Wwnu, of Louisville, ia with still there's morn to follow. 9' of Holiday Goods in Chirm, GliifU and to get tfco city council to reduce the Miaa Nellie Orudorll. 3 Qtieenawnre. Cull iu and inspect. Warea'oone. but we hope this will Fayhtth UHHI.HY, of thia county, hnB Tiik Holler Mil a will be closed down not he don. If we are after revenue, Friday aud Saturday on account of the ren A ShuidiH. been granted a pwiiaiou. let's get ae much of it as possible. Miwi AdrluHauflky Ih visiting Miss holidays. J. II Hutiilnnim A Co. Or course you will goto the show Mary Logan at Richmond. ami to be sure of a seat you bad c "Tiikiie ia it great dal of talk about bolter get one in advance at McKobertB' tearing toll gatea down out my way i Riv. O. r.TAUiiMAN, of Newport, joinAt Walton's Opera House, drug store. There is going to be a crowd said Mr. Jim Carter yesterday "unlets ed hia wile here yesterday. To night, 'J2d. to see the Melbourne Minstrels. We are receiving our Holiday Goods. Don't forget to Misa Moi.lik Bhooks, of Crab Orchard, they are made free pretty booii." The Foil Sale ok Kent. My place beyond ia with Mra. J, (i. Carpenter. come here for roada are bad and .Mr. Carter aays there The Christmas treat fjr the Walnut e on pike. Possession Mi84 Anjiih Hvamb, of lxmiaville, in 53 ia a toll gate at the top of every lull and Flat Sunday school scholars will be given Jan. 1. Mra Fannie Dunn, Stanford. visiting Mia, Annie .Kngleman. in every valley on the line. It ia to be next Thursday aheniDon at 2 o'clock, inMim Joski'iiinr Kill) iaat homo from Fon Ket. CottHgd on Kist MhIii stead of Saturday in at first announced. hoped, however, that no lankasneea will Olendale College at Glendale, 0. b attempted or permitted in this counPrescriptions filled from the very best Drugs and Chemistreet occupied by Win. Moreland. The children will bear thia in mind aud ty. Id Mit. Jamkh Hoy and Dr. 0. M. Thomp Jan, 1. Apply to Harvey Helm. bu on baud Clirintmas Kve. cals and Experienced Pharmacist. iOr , were here yesterday. son, of Therk ia evory reason to believo that !: Holiday gifts and children's toys to Mlea Bkesik Uuhnmdk, a Garrard OnANOK Thkk -- Mesurs. W'orren A county beauty, is with Miaa 1'eurl Burn-eid- suit every one at lowest prices. Call ShankB have in one of their Miow win- all of thu 01 democrats in thia county iM I who voted for Palmer and Buckner will aud look through. W. II. Mcltoberta. M dows an orange tree which baa on it '0 affiliate as heretofore with the democratu.. O leftSunday mornMiea Noha I'liiLLira . They are about ripe and ic party and aid .QI Is six days alter proofs of Klder Logan 10 odd ofMU-eain the restoration of de ing for Oxford, O , to attend a Normal while toey are small they are said to be mocracy and good government to Lin Wild una' death were received the EquiSchool. Life paid his family the fo.000 poli- even hteeter than those raised in sun- coln countv, but many of those who vo Mim IIblkn Tiiuiimo.sI) went up to table The tree ia the property of ted for McKinley were glad of aome ex nier i"!iiii rinevillu Saturday to vloit Mra. Jell cy he held in the onmpttuy. Mra. J. D. Bastiu, of the Highland secctiHe to go over to tho republicans whore Joill'B. Wantkd A bigiot of rye atrnw in tion. they natnra.ly belong. It is to be hoped for bundles aftpr the rye is thiltd out. Will Col. V. F. SiiBhitiAN leaves Factoiiy. Squire Joim llailey, who however, that moat of them will soon see Xanark, O, to spend Xmaa with hie pay market price. Will ha tn Stunfonl wee the reddest hot free silver man of the error of their way and return to the mother. Die 25th tolUhh. A.T Nunuolley. them all during the campaign, haa given fold Irom which tbev have strayed. Mn It II. I'kttiih, of Gilberts Creek, Special Sale Handkerchiefs, Tuesday, 22, Wednesday, 23. Ouii Xmaa huatiae, orHiiges, lemoi B, up the currency xgitation now nnd gone spending a lew days with hia parent On Thul Fon Him Life. The cmo of We are on the lookout for Christmas bargains and did Malaga and (Mtawha grapea, appl-to work to suhscrihera to a canat Fomerpet. Brooks for the murder of not fail this time. We bought a sample Jine of fine ready for ning factory he propoes to start at More-lau- d. Frank n cranberries, llg. nnte, A;., irti Miss I.I'cia McAnte returned tn waa called again yesterday and tho de. and ties and are offering them at less than yeMerday after n deltehlftil visit lo yv. Low jinoes. Higgtna A McKin-n-y'It will chn "coiilidoLce" to be fendant's coiuifol wanted another conwholesale prices. Nothing nicer for a present than a half Ubt'il during the next four years. He .Mies Anne Shank. tinuance, nut Judge Saufiey re.id the riot dozen fine handkerchiefs. Plain, white and black borderMu. K. V. Kmi rn haa returned from Ai.Llhose iudehtel to W. II. Wearen was here Saturdsy and received much act and tho case proceeded. The followed, hemstitched handkerchiefs at only 5c, usually sold at encouragement. Boston nnd bin old home in Virginia, af- A Co. ing jurora were then selected: tnuat settle at oou-- , or their IOC. White embroidered handkerchiefs 10c. ter sever! mouths abeence. J. B. Greer, J. W. Bailey, J. II. Haines, will be pUced In the handa of an The hop ut Walton's Opera House Dii. Tom IIoiion, of Kidd'H .Store, bus ollicer. Take this to yourself if you owe Thurrday night proved one of tho most Val Fgnley. Alex Hollzclaw, G. B. Bar-n- t, 35 cent Handkerchief at only 25 cents. been circulating among his many friends them. C. T. Epperson, B. 11. Dalton, J J. ilellghllul n! the many thai have ueou -here thia week. Advocate. " " Speare, G. A. Peyton, C. K. McClure 50 " 55 WAhTEDl-o.UU- U tumeya and 2,000 given thre. The young gont'emon were Mit. William I'ottoms and son, of and M. F Herron. . on their best bchaviorand not the Blight " 7S llatrodsburg, were hwre yesterday to se- Beesc, also chickens, ducks, ega, hides, 5o The trial will rr quiro several days as fure, (riUhtr.i and ginn-nWrite us for eat jar occurred during the lieu ting hours cure a house to open a saloon. there are 30 or morn witnesses and a doz" to mar the enjoyment. A D.tnvillu Or " " 00 pricee. Car lo's of live poultry a spe75 Mu. and Mhh. J. F. Cummins will oc cheat ra furniahed good music aud tho la en or so lawyer. It is possible that the of Mrs. N. W. 'Iyree'a houses cialty. H. It. XorUicolt A Co., Lmicas- cupy one " " as 1.50 " $1 dies vied with each other iu looking their court will not bp in pe6sion tor, Ky. on Loner Maiu street alter Jan. 1. aome of the lawyera aro oompalled to be prettiest and dresaiug their nicest. There Plain white silk Handkerchiefs at 25c, MiHabi'K Willi a Hals returned with Ben imh, the old Negro who had been whs a large crowd of spectators present absent. her brother, John, to Somem't Sunday with Mrs. Fannie Green for years, hut 35c and 5oc. Gents' handkerchiefs 5c, iu addition to the following who and lll spend iIih Christmas with him. who diMppeared aome lime ago, return fAHMAND TRADE ITEMS. 10c, 15c to 50c. . "whirled themselvea with btrict einbrace-metit- a Mma Mahy Cash has returned from ed as Mtddeuly as hedeparted. He hmjh round:" Misriea Kl.z.ibeih Loenn Hohert McGregor ia hnlo and nearly Hamilton College, Lexington, to spend he haa tieeii to Oarusboro and walked 100 25c and 35c Windsor Ties at onand Annie Pickeit. Shelby; Ollie Bald- at 20 the holidays with her parents ner Hob-r- t going and coming ly 19c. J. has paced IS heata in 2:00 win, Madison; Lucia McAfee, Lebanon; Anne Shanka, Pearl Bornside, Evn Lam-me- or better. Tiik editor of the I.ntkuiiik Joiiknal 's .MissOi.mb Baldwin, who has been -- W. H.Tiaylor bousht a lot of big Btsaio Richard, Clara and Ophelia with her sister, Mrs., V. II. .SIihiiUh, lot indebted to the W. C. T. U. of Crab OrLackey, Sue Itxit, Sue Willie Hale, lings at :?c several weeks, returned to her home Hi chard for some very complimentary resLonio Wa'z bought cf Win. Daugh-ort- y Mra. olutions mill reference to himielf in Adele Feland; Mrs. W. A. Tribble, Madison Saturday. n fat cow at 2o. Mra. Dr W. B. Pnnny, Mm Hittik McKinnky, MrH. V J noiiiKctiou with the whiskv Ir.illic, but J.M Alversou, The corn crop thia year amounts to W. Carroll Shanka; Meeora. New-lanMra. Yager and the boy uatnuup from Lnuis-vill- moibsty forbids thir puhlu avion. Rout, Mcltoberta, Sanlley, Held, o oiw) nun pm i.noi.tc yesterday and aro MfOaetlo Cobb" There have beon 2.0S9 additions to Iryou want to Will a Negro you will Owena, Woaren, Fayhe.Shendaii, Fright for the holiday. have to shoot htm in the heel. Jim Helm, Bruc, Tribble, Shanks, Alvereon; tbe 2.30 list this aesson. Mn. Omk IIi'kpman and Miaa Honey-woo- d Newiand, who wuh shot through tl.u Hale, SomeiHiM; Yeagf r, Ohrisman, William Burton fo'd to Mark Hardin Ilutlman, of Lancaster, wont to luwelf, six li'O pound hoga at 3c ; Doty, cutting into Feveral, besideH the Wheeler, lluatouvillt Louisville Saturday to spend the Christ-ma- a S. J. Kmbry bought of Taylor, House h Dr. W. M Walker, Frif'ie, Hobiiifo:, Laneaa-temesaent.iry, Ih, Dealer In- with Mrs. Mnttie Holrnon. A Greer 2."i alioata at 2f Dnorie, anting up and doing well, with Jack Sniby. Junction Oity, Mu. ami Mna T S. Winn, Jr.,nudson, -- T. C. INnkin bought of J. H. MnAl-iate- r every chanci to live, unleee he eats himT. S Webb, Jr., Jr., will arrive from a pair of inulea for 1150. self to death. The doctors took out the TiisCo:.FhittiiATta. About 10 of the to visit her parents, Knoxville S. J. Kmbry bought of Jap. T. Hack wide, w ashen them out, sewed man's ho Confederate acl Hera in the coun011s, Judgcaud Mra. M. C Sautley them up and put them in their place ty responded to thu call to meet at Co1. ley five stickling mult s for iSO In the Courier Journal's baby exhibit Sec, Win. Btcbaold to Simon Weitil 18 and tin patient has suffered little Welch'a ollico Saturday afternoon to Hunda), two little facea were rt cognized again form a branch of the Confederate Veter- export rattlo weighing 1,400, at Ic. inconvenience. here, that of Dr. W. B. Penny's little - K T. Pnco weighed to Montie Fox -an Association. K.ich tigntfiod hia girl and Jamen T. Carson's tiret born. Tiik Place to GkT Youa Pbintimi Saturday 17 rattle, 1,350 po'inda, at 1c. to join, and ha it ouly reijuirea Mu. Jamks F. Holdam, of Ciab Or- A call at the Inteiiioii Jouiinai. otlice, Samuel Dnddorar aold to Hon. John The Greatest Convenience a five to institute a branch, one would Farmer ever had. They pay for them chard, wa on yesterday's train returning while in Stanford last Week showed their have been formed but for the failure to S. Owsley, Sr., five nice inulea for $250 Wiuchfcfcter, W, where hu has busy force to be keeping up their repu from selves tnc nrst month. J. II. Boone sold in Cincinnati Friprocure tho necnaary papers from the been working for thu Wrought Iron tation lor energy and push as a printing day a car load of butcher stuff at 1 to prea.dont of thu association at LexingItunga Co. Bro. Walton's outfit is establishment. ton. It was therc'oro decided to adjourn 3c. Mhs. J.N. Lakk.oI Terre Haute, lnd J. M. Mcltoberta sold to W. B. not excelled by any out side the large the meeting to next county court day at Moore, of .Oanvillo, a fine Duroc boar for with her pretty baby, Mary Gray Urown cities, and thu work turned out, from a 2 o'clock at the Bao place, when all tho fl5. Lake, returned home Saturday Bfter visiting card to a blanket sheet poster, ia arrangements will bo perfected and R. L. Hubble got $75 for hia car load. spending some time with her parentB at alvwiya first class. Prepses, large and when it ia hoped evory Confederate in of cotton mules ho tool: to Atlanta last Lancaster. small, typo stands innumerable, paper county will bo present. It coats week. Mn. Charlie Amdurson and bride cutters aud loada of paraphernalia fill thu Every Purchase The Village Farm at Buflalo, N. Y. bolong to the associapiuaed through to IjincfcBter Sunday. The the big press room cf U5iC0, chuck full. about ?5 a year to goes to a general fund haa won $200,000 in Btakes and purses bride was Mies Hallio Herring, of Lan- A line of shafting paestB into the engine tion, which sum and which is during tbe paat tfve years. that now exceeds caster, and they woro married in Louis- room, where two engines are ready to do Angero Devary, of White's StatioD, intended for the relief of the needy of ville Saturday. the work when needed. One a steam aud those who fought for the lost cause. So aold 350 barrels nf corn to John Parrisb tbe other a gasoline engine. If the Wal-to- far only a few have applied for assistance at 51.10 delivered. Richmond Panta-grapCITY AND VICINITY. ain't happy withjall this, it must be From First Cost. but most of those who fought FarriR A Whitley sold to B. G. Fox Cheapest Xmaa stock in town at Craig on account of the delinquent subscriber. yeara ago aro getting to bo old men now " Jim Maret'a Mt. Vernon Signal A Hocker'a. aud many will soon be uuable to earn 14 head of extra cotton mules at $77.50 mm South Fnrris & Toyb and "Toy hooka" to suit all agea The fiscal court met Saturday to take their living. It is to provide for those' ' Whitley's agent, W. L. ood, sold for " stepatowarda complying with the de- and to keep green the memories of tbos, at Craig & Hocker'a. a a car mau ot fell in the battles of war or have mem at un.ontown, A mand for free turnpikes. A committee who "nn mu,8' nvc,B 1J han,le' nt 5G0' Bio lot of teachera' Btblea at low prices consisting of Sqnirea Kdmiston, Bailey since fallen by tho wayside in the al-- , B.McBoberts.' atW. ,',C!e: and Faulkner waa appointed to confer moat aa stem battle of hfo that the aaBO- -- Olel Coleman has returned from cigar. with the various companies and report to elation waa formed with ita attendant Thy our load of Tho object is a noble one nnd BVJcon, Ga., where ho took a car " If thoy an adjourned mooting Jan. Uiggina & McKinney. disposed of them at from $50 -are wilting to sell at reasoniblo figures, ervmanwho fought for the cause he mu'Pc8 ,1Hai eays hat the pocr Wk will aave you it! to $3 on a cape or their propositions will be accepted, if not loved and who lovea those who fought to '5 Per a " kin8 ' jacket. Severance & Son. condemnation proceedings will be insti- with him ought to be a member of the cotton Pr0B')PCt j9 couuvry.-- Hr; " lue oiu '" tuted and a levy made for the purpose of association. Tney were and still are the Is Receivingjhis- Fon elegant gifts to suit any one. Soo raising ruiisiiurg jJciuuLini. the money to buy them or aa flowera of the parth. They got no 1 Danka, the jeweler. 25c up. Mr. J. LI. Bright sold tho J. Lo;an many aa possible. Couutv Attorney themsolvt-sbut they contribute a Dawson farm of 200 acres lying on the warmer Tuesday," Paxton expressed the opinion to tbe large part to tho fund of those who do. "Coldkh Hanging Fork and tho D.invillo piko to HjeT " ' " court that the election waa void because Thero aro no drones among them, living " " ia3 said yesterday's weather prediction. J. U. Swope at $30.25. Thero waa a good the petition asking for it waa noted of ofl of the bounty of tbe government, like Skh "The Bride" at Craig & Hocker'a. record at a apecinl term of the county tho many barnacles of tbeotberside, but crowd at his ea'o Saturday. Cows brought All Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. $52 50 and the other things It takea only n lucky guess to get her court and the election ordered at a regu- all are active workers in tho hive and $10.50, mulea 9 fair prices. He didn't sell the mill, Special money saving handkerchief lar term only four days thereafter, while, thepromiuenca aud aflluence that many but had several offers for it. Severance in his opinion, the law required that thu hava attained Hhow of what stuff they and dale Danville Court. A fairly good petition should bo noted of record at a aro made. God blesa the old boys and A Son. crowd attended court yesterday, but not regular term and the election ordered at prolong their days on earth to tho full much busineaa was dono. Of the 100 Applk8, Oranges, Lemons, Candies, tho succeeding regular term so aa to give span of life. cattle on tho market about half were A Nuts, liaisons, Ac, at Warren 30 intervening days for the tax payors to N. B. Every Confederate soldier In eotd. A bunch of plain yearlings brought Shanka.' investigate the proceeding, Tbe attorney Lincoln county will oblige tho editor of $17 SO and a lot of calves $11.25. Tbe , Tiik property on Lancaater Btreet occu- for the petitioners expressed a contrary this paper by Bending his natno, compa- male market was dull, only a few chang75, No borees were pied by J. F. Oummlna for rent. P. P. opinion and tho court took tbe action ny, regiment and command to him at ing bauds at $50 to offered. bove indicated. once. Nunnellej. rlaA Hardin. n Stanford, Kv., - Due. 22, 1896 Ske our 10 and 25. cent countera. W. II. Bkady has on hand 2,000 lbs. of candy for the Xmaa trade. DOLL GIVEN AWAY. Handsomely Dressed, Bisque Head Kid Doll To the Best Guesser. -- m ., -- Line of Christmas Trieks. CRAIG & HOOKER. :a MlN-THKU- t, V I EW GOODS BSRGSINSI i a . 8 toll-gat- l m Pos-actio- n Klng-jvllle- e. W. B. MoROBERTS. k to-da- y wimmF. 1 a Leb-ano- hand-kerchie- fs c. to-da- y Tur-nersvill- e. HANDKERCHIEFS. SEVERANCE & SOW.&- - e Dan-vil- h; s, Sun-gar- B K. WEAREN, -- wn-rtol- i; 30-od- d will-iugnes- a Farming Implements of all Kinds, Wag Buggies, Carriages, Carts, Buckboards, SEE MY CORN CRUSHERS I WE DISCOUNT na h. 30-od- d "W". I3- - Ma-due- a. H. C. TATE. iUPLEY, - I ! P'ln8 THE MERCHANT TAILOR " " " pen-sio- n , m . m m to-d- ay Pay your Account at this Office if you want to Enjoy Xmas. W! J33S83 H3rlSHKr5E Eq -- ip . .!m..r?9 jy. sttssww. Incompakablk Service. The Queen & Crescent trniun aro the finest trains run In the Statu of K Mucky. Four dslly Irnina to Cincinnsti connect with the nmin Mpv wvs of the GrestTnnis- Lines of tlipK.Ttti, WmI nnd KiW. This is Mhingion, to Ititi llu N York, Buitton and the Eat. The Queen A Crescent connec'" with every H T. Swift, P. A lie out of Cincinnati r ,I tftnn, Ky., W. Q. Moignn.D. I. A , Lexii gton, Ky. - " acavs 71 : v GARLAND SINGLETON Is a candidate for Sunerlntendent Public Schools of Lincoln Cou ty, subject to the action of the democratic part). Semi-Week- ly interiorJoh AT - AFTER THE SPOILS. pnbllsbod Every Tuesday and Frio 43 PBB YKiVIUN vrViV cot opnd aa.BO will be chart;. To Major MoKlnley. I was rcniUii tin paper Jt8 R day cr two npo Dat n mU . "Vtr cnpor "tr kho' O.i ilo l 1 you wnt yon. How n . Not mi ? ."on But r r Wifnjmlrof 1.4.. ; nun coons. ut-s- 1 CHRISTMAS IN BETHLEHEM. flnn tln !lty nr Christ's Nativity Observes 1M Anniversary. !'! '. A Campaign Of Education. i av K. C. LOCAL time:card. l 9.K., returning at Trains leave Stanford 4:3 m.,ndo:op I 7:10 r- o- nd ' L.&'.N. LOCAL TIME CARD. No.MiTrilngolng:North .......... JU o n u.1 t. n lU.sji . iSi South ............. 3 -- 11 QUEEN & CRESCENT. Junction City ss follows: tt.oj pm No North ...3 No. " ...3 - $ " 1.00 so ,i..49 P ' .? tl.3l m . ,0 .. HTi ' 00 a "" 8.35 pm lhaD o and 10 run no furhi. os. Not-NCVtr. AH train. top there. Jmrtfan Iwupiii 1 South RESIDENOEiFOR SALE. R I'm turn Ohio tN true. 1 ui 1'n lmlrf, ' t you too. r attention 11 111IU J UU To do rlaliut hcuh otliera praaa 1 don't thluk it's wrosif to ruentioa What I'd like among de re'. J do' want no big position To Liberia er lch. Fa' it Un't my ambition To be known aroun er rich. I do' want to bo recorder Of do deeds in Washington, Fn' to keep deni t'lngs lu order Dey'g some bnstlin to b done. Now, I nln't a pracpln villain. An I doesn't want the earth. So I'm alio' dat you'll 1m willin Fu' to rockprnlM my worth. I do' want to go to Haiti, Down among dcrn octoroons. But I'd thank yon, major, mighty Fu' Jes' one o' dera 'en coons. -Paul Lauronco Dunbar in Chicago Record. Now, ileah ...1 a n . You'ro do An I lio'p 111 . . 1 ftu... Hore and can baeaiilr divided, puttingraa.on residence on .epar... Iota. At The Downfall of Art. I. A. S. PRICE, 8ureZn08t. r..YlWl. pinuiv- isa 4 Office, W5HBB, V 3"5 5j "KV. s- - over McRobem' Drug Store in the Owslei Building. DB, W. B. PESTir? 1L McCORMACK The best literature is expensive. consul Lcsll.'s illustrated Weekly, publisheu at no loiiiHt Ht a Q it en A Crwomt Rou te Filth Avenue, New York, Is full r.rrou. d by eight guards. On tho if the best Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, its wny they aro joined by tho shoik of J im round 'fp fmin nil Queen & Cres- things. Its illustrations are superb; are stories subject to the action of the democratic party edited Your support is earnestly sonciieu. chsrmlng, and its literary departmeule Bethlehem and prominent peoplo of tho cent points selling December 22nd to 25th, with consummate skill. Such a paper is a great popular educator. It sity. Every one turns out men, worn, t d I). c iiilx 30'h to January 1st. All should be ill every home. M. ,,.-..- , ipi en and children to rttiHrr 4th to return, and gret tho i,i rhe subscription price of Leslie's Is Is per anprocession with cheors. Thoro aro - puiutH tcithin niKliniliB ntdius. num. We make the unparalleled oiler ot a copy of Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, (i m subject to the action of the democratic party. A ii'e for partirulitra. Leslie's Illustrated Weekly and last until midnight, when a long Interior The lighted caudles goos to tho EMIIKY mibtmi Nbw Ybah. The "Big Journal Grotto of tho Nativity. There are a cross FoUk" i its time will of Lincoln Couuly. only for both. No such offer Is a candidate lor Asess)r bearer, monks, churchmen, tho bishop (rotn poititH on Its lines at the For one year atbefore. 4 No such ofler will ever be subject to tne actlou .! the democratic party, aud tick-- is vf as ever made your support. of Jerusalem and laymen. The bishop ., ..' nf 1J 'sn for the ronn trip, on nude again. papers make a most acceptable rsniistly asks carries in his hands a oradle, containing These two 31, and Jtnuary 1, Christmas or birthday Klt and will be constant a waxen image of tho infant Christ, all, II cinli-- 24 25 and C. G. I1AKER reminders of the giver's kindness. IS97, unm rMtiirnlnif tintll .Isntnrv 2, of course, bedecked with gold embroidRemit by postal order or check to Is a candidate for Asses ,or of Lincoln, subiset to ery and silken clothing, which ho tie W. 1'. WALTON, action of the democratic party. Thinking the Stanford, K. Southern end o( the couniy ! entitled to a slice posits in tho m&rblo manger, repeating ol the pie he asks your support. tho words, "And hero they laid it in a Inauger because thoro was no place for XTotioQ--Farmer- s. them at tho inn." Tho services freWILLIAM MOREL AND quently last nutil 2 o'clock. to Is a candidate lor Assessor of Llncoln.aubject Without a single exception, there Many of the people of Bethlehem the action of the democratic party. He kindly We will take your Cora and Hay at Highest asks your support gain a livelihood by selling to tourists is beyond doubt no greater or more Price in Eachange lor Coal. IMuens ot Stanford are bead?, carved mother of pearl shells, Cost we popular newspaper in the United our will sell you Corn and Hay atorders Ifforyou Coal. llook your Coal Customers SAM W. small tables, crucifixes, cutl buttons NOEL A SON, Stanford, Ky. lundo of olivo wood and cards on which States than the Cincinnati Enquirer; Couutj, sub- IsaCatdidatelot Sheriff of Lincolnpa ly aro arranged Hnd pressed tho flowers of or a more successful publisher than wl to tne action of the democratic tho neighborhood. Theso nre sold iu its proprietor, Mr. John R. McLean. great quantities, 03 overy tourist is anxprices for the Daily The ious to bring away n souvouir of Bethlehem. It was onco customary for tho vis- Enquirer have been maintained, and The Rodcmcr Place of 105 Acres, itors to tho tomb of Christ to bring its circulation largely increased each At Howlsnd, for ifc7 Splendid residence and Desirable Suburban Home, Containlnr Ten away a moro lasting memorial of their Acrrs of I anil, For sir. Hat on It a good, com. year; hard times and cheaper jour- irood outhouses J.imsscssmii isiiu;t Trustee, j.OWSLk.Y.JK, lettable Dwelling of .His Knoms, acd all nece.esry visit than tho wooden or shell Stanlord, Ky. SoMt outbuildings One yard hydrant and one for w and this was no moro or lesn nals failing to arrest its onward march letlug stuck, als a splendid, never fallinc well, or utlht.r particulars apulr to than to havo crosses, stars and mono- and high appreciation of the public : JaS. V IIAIL1.Y, grams marked upon their bodies with for its farfonl, Ky. j, true worth and merit. ...,....,. i 11,. ol the Ninons' gunpowder. t Now York Herald. f ,. thtie ac bonfire", illuminations oud tiitMn.i . There is n prooeesion of many .11 , ' ay in Botlileliem at Chriitmas hmr. tviiriHtmiis night is a night of wnichmg, and' few peoplo go to bed en til 1 if gry ctreaks of dawn are ubow-im- : iL the coxt. Sweetmeats and hard bulled fgiH aro tho rofroshmouU, ruid In. aK.an more or lcn pomp How to Got It For 94. .AN J. F. IIOLDAM Is candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject so the action of the democratic party. a UNPKRHLLELGD OFFER. To be educated one must read the btsttitera-true. SAMUEL, 91. OWENS ject to the action of the democratic party. Is a candidal for Hh.rifTof Lincoln County, sub t d by tho French - EMMETT A 1 1 io 1 1 F. IiLKIN .' prooos-sionoarryin- g Semi-WccKl- y bonore-lcnalotn- , JOE T. 1 I r John R. McLrean's Great Newspaper, MENEFEE old-tim- e FOR. S.AXE. otna-nien.- s, ," Stockholders' .tnrlh-kMer- Meeting. 1 t Dentist, :jStauford, Office : tLv ALSATIAN COOKERY. Stoned Ilnru With Noodles One of the Tniilltloiml DI.Ikk. Alsaco still preserves her traditions of cookery, and every Christmastido tho traditional dishes appear on tho tablo feauerkraut, .surrounded by little white (sausages and crowned by a pieo of smoked bacon ; stewedharo.withnoodles, and roast gootie stutled witii ciiestnuts. But tho favorite di.--li is tho famous kugelhopf and anisseed bread, which arc made after tho following fashion: Four pounds of flour, : pound of fresh butter, a pint of milk, half a pound of raisins, 0 ounees of yent, 2 eggs 2 of rum, 2 tab!esioonfuls of sugar, n pinch of and a few almonds. Heat tho milk and tho yeast. Mix tho yeast with a third of the milk without frothing it, add enough flour to form a ball of light paste that will not stick to tho Augers. Let this remain for half an hour until its size is increased by half through fermentation. Tho proper point can bo ascertained by putting tho finger into tho paste, when it hhould tako its original form. Then put tho rest of the milk, with the butter, nugar and rum, into tho dish. Place it in an eartheru pot and work it till it will no longer stick cither to tho ot or to tho Augers. Then add tiio 2 eggs ami tho raisins, working all together, and put it iu a hot furnace for au hour. Kugelhopf is generally eaten cold. Exchange. alt on'Lancatter Street, at Residence A. C. I.anham John B. Cattleman. INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. III. The Weekly Enquirer at beginning Hank of Hustonille wlllbe held at thetr bsrikini: hn.....ln iliiimnvt le the seconu uesuay in ji of the campaign year was offered at sy, 87 bete,n 9 and ns,u, lor the purpose ol clttii.il 0 Oirectors to servr the cusulng year J W 1IOCKKK, Cannier. 50 cents a year, and its circulation T9 increased by the addition of over : Meeting. 200,000 new subscribers; the most A meeting ol the t khtlderi ef the lirst substantial and coveted testimonial a lUns of s.tasf..rd will be held at their bank Tuesday In Jauty. i"v7. Ir publisher could desire. u rectors for th electing 11 the purpose When asked for the secret of such in )ir JOHSJ MKUIHHrs.Cs.,icr success, Mr. McLean frankly answers: The Enquirer has no opinions to force Stockholders' : Meeting. upon its patrons, it simply prints the the .t.. .iiLt.rt ml ittdatr Kirmwi ... iia a.. i,.U . laatasiklnr -ittsH facts and tells the truth that the reader .. Ilatk aH. '..... w. w.11 u tftttunrv. ilor. lot lle ,. in ..1 MUNJilY To LOAN OV 1 vipkiivkI rvKV's Kniim 17, Stockholders' 1 In Lincoln county, Ky,at6 per cent , semi an nual mlricti; no commission chsrged. Address tSKO W Na-u.- Louisville, Ky For bliek sepUcalloaa and fur ther Information, inituire ol J. N. S.wnder., I Stanlord, Ky. lAVV. KeBrsrn hmloing, N13W mow IV MlLLIiXEllV. in . ' 1 may form his own opinions. By ffBaj1.f rat uu...iv s ,.. Tvr Isre.t thiags U Fa.laad Wlaler la M .- -1 J - BMBBB S CESTLBMS. MANAGERS, Commerce .Building.HLouisville. Agents Throughout the South. W. .A..!JTH,X3Brffif LOCAL AGENT, 7C Stanford, Kentuckv. 37tf IV. maintaining the price of the paper, more news and greater variety can be furnished, and every class of business interests catered to, which a cheapei I journal cannot afford. I am still aitetit for Tails llrancb Cosl and wll suca Vlnrts ofCusI, .0 yw The very liberal support given the km. a supply tol alllowest poislkle trues glCash. the 1, ,i.u want .Mill Enquirer by the public at large, makes K iMlsC1,Mills. CI. inn rani,', wv nu;i.iN? 1. u ller Suntr.l, Ky. 37 it incumbent upon the management to serve it faithfully with zeal and en! 1 I terprise in minor matters as well al i those of greater magnitude. CH. iieiniiini Mm larboo hat arrived an 1 it lesdy to wait on new and as her old cmltuma;, ...... many ... , nurs as will lotail h i' 1 aod ttir ladies a.s se f Manfofd .nd M. ninety siwini- - rains .... .,... iji. Maalvtd, Ky COAL! ! ITOTICE ! AllpertOM. deslriog LKtst PmIs for park e, can ! d fence pott and railing or nc f wbat krr waal at my .sttrr Bear Cewar Creek, n the plkelswdlag from Crsh Orchard to M.n'ord I sue. keep alwase eas hand a rcd supply of plank far fencing. All kinds ol lumber lor building pur-- s All s, als4 boards ami shingles rMi desiring any srtiil- - of this kiad can call ou me at tiy stHte , TUBES TBBSS FAIJL, 1896. June 16,'y ntr rMr ireK. C. J.tf W SINCILKTOS-- . D. S. CARPENTER, BARKER HOUSE, J F. BARKER, Proprietor, (Somerset, - - Kentucky 5 Rate TWO DOLLARS Per Dav. 3 Wit -- OSnlL FZ(. " Of SdERf Remodeled and refurnish" throughout. Large .. and Commodious Sample Rooms. Electric Bells Halls and oth.e coiueeted i 4 Prumptnd polite service to guests t OK lirsiONVILLK, Full stock ol Krult and Ornamental Trees, eiy Will sell at cost two HuFgles, one cut under shell Crape Vines, Small Krults, Asparagus, ami c l.ct very nse Surrey Tne llugiftet are nrsl clsss IhlBi.' lor the tirchard, l.awn and l.srdesisew the jib in eery rrsnKt If you want a bargain call employ no Agents Try us on purrs to those of a grower aod dealer at oaie anil sre the bills and get 7011 a vehicle diilcrtnce between that will gito you atis'aciton sure. .ppiitmiwu Uataugueoo House with sis mms to rent at reasonable II F. HILLKNMKYKH, price Situated on Main street. Leunutou, Ky. 6j.im I), n. CAKPKVTr.lt Respectfullj, CHRISTMAS IN BRITTANY. Tho Aged ti'onieji Itciiifiiiherril by tho Country l'olk at .Midnight .Mid.. ttfCKY UVVErcttv, St. Asaph Carriage Co., Stanford, Ky. -- Cooke's NOEL DEALERS c& &OXT, us-i IN COAL, Near Rail oad Crosine,.Eat of Depot, STANFORD, KY. Corn and Hay taVen Cheap Good. Clesn, in exchange. Come and see us. ,fjfpi. J. T. Sole JON3233, Ky Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, proprietor Dean's Black Diamond Rool Paint. Estimates furnished for pointing Wood, uaranteed-A- ll and Iron Roofs. Satisfaction Metal roots painted with Dean's Hlack Diamond Dealsrs in best CisPaint guaranteed for years. tern Pumps and Galvauued Iron Kilters, l.alvan-Uo- J as It and Black Iton Roofing uf all kinds, .M Ilnsband much! on it. 3 9 AJT t3.V i- -- ' - "sW"" .' Fliegcntle Blatter. Ho Noticed It. THE London. RILEY - - HOUSE Kentucky. brttn the pub!'. Really, I didn't liotico tho F. B. RIL.EY. Proprietor, dresses. Mrs. Browu, though, woro hor gown on train. Wife It's a wonder yon noticed that HuHband Couldn't help it. I stepped Ihsvetnoved creptrsd thai ever to accommodate Good Livery attached and every convenience re. sld. Give me. call. rRANK R1T..y YEARS' EXPERIENCE. SO to my new Hotel and am Chicago Hecord. Ho Wish Willing to Stay. ijjjjjra Anyono sending n sketch and description may qulcklv ascertain, free, whether an Invention Is probably patentable. Communications strictly for aecurlnsr confidential. Oldest agency Washington patents olUco. havo in America. Wo through a Muun A, to. receive Patent taken special notice lu the TRADE MARKS, DESIGNS, COPYRIGHTS &.C SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, beautifully Illustrated, largest circulation of nny scientific journal, weekly, torms N.UJ.a year Pperlmeii copies and 11 A.N U 11.(0 six months. ON Patents sent free. Address MUNN & CO., 1 Storu Parent You must understand, sir, that I waut my daughter to havo The Vuletliltt Log. as good a homo after marriago as sho Christmas cvo is the time to put tho hud before, sir. Jack Blufllngtou Well, you'ro not Yulo log on tho Are. In old timen it was going to sell out, aro you? Baltimore tho custom to bring it into tho houoo with great ceremony and merriment. hows. The i. ulo Jog was always lighted with There'll tho Hub. tho brand of tho last year's log, which Arthur I would marry that girl but was carefully preserved for this purpose. Tho burning of tho log had tho for ouo thing. Chester Afraid to pop tho question? effect of purifying tho house of evil Arthur No. Afraid to quostion hor fcpirits. It must bo lighted, therefore, pop. Brooklyn Life. with clean hands.' With tho Yulo log went tho Christmas Ileyouil Iteuch. caudks, which wero lighted nt tho tamo Ethol You may ask papa, Mr. Van time and placed, wroathed with Islie. in the most conspicuous portion Vau Islie ily darling, I'll nover bo of tho room. Iu Catholic times the cannblo to find him. Ho owos mo $23. dles wero often of three branches, (siTruth. gnifying tho Trinity. Exchuugo. ever-gtee- In Britanuy, in France, a curious custom in almsgiving is of very old origin. When tho country folk go to tho midnight mass, tho opening mns, of Christmas day, they all carry lanterns to light them on their way. Upon their arrival ut tho church they givo their lanterns over to tho poor old women of tho parish, who aro gathered in a crowd tho church awaiting them. Tho worshipers enter the sacred building and then attend to tho devotions, which tho church teaches should bo of especial forvor at this holy season. But whon tho mw is ended, and they are disuiKsi'd with the benediction, they como forth to find the patient old women awaiting them out.-id-e the church bearing tho lanterns. Tho lanterns aro givou back to their owneis, and as each takes his own ho exchanges for it a pieco of money. Tho value of tho piece varies, but tho alms aro always considerable and thoy stand as au exponent of that charity which tho church teaches to its children. Tho old women go homo iu happiness, their hearts lightened by tho weight of silver that lies abovo them, but tho givers go homo yet moro happy in tho consciousness of welldoing. Exchange. out-sid- e tor FAIR WARNING. WILBUR R. SMITH, PRESIDENT. LEXINGTON, KY. successful Graduates, eluding lUm Hanks. SftMlal and IHplonm at World's Awsnl of for liipo.ttton lloot kcepltiK. etc. A Tliorosiuti. Itillsicntlssl antl IIonorrl llumlreilH of students In atlendanco Collrin'. year, from 30 states. ttie past tin. Inc. ('oiss-- . consists of noolc.keoplnr, lluslncs Arithmetic, IVnmanshlp, Commercial Itaiiklnir. Joint block, Law, Merchnndlslnir, Manufacturinc, lectures. iiusmcss l'ractlco, Mercantile I orresiondence, etc. Cost of Full Ilualrsr 'otir. Including Tuition. Hlailunery and Hoard lu u nice family, about Nliortlsnnit. Typesvrltlnsr and TelrsjrBphy and are sprrlisltlest have special teaclirra Uusl-nerooms, and can be taken olonuor with the Course. hpeclal department for ladles. MlliiBtlous. The demand for our graduates In different departments of this CoUcro has ex. cecded Its supply. Ialneton. Ky.. the location of Prof. Smith's College, Is noted for Its health fulness and flna rllmnte: hnn 'S churches and 11 banks. Accessible by Its many railroads. No vacation. Knter now. Oradnatea success, tul. For circulars address lis President, n tS We want to give lhoe who owe us filr warning that we shill giv. them two weeks moie lu settle up with us. and if they do not come up in that time, we shah put their accounts in the hand, ol Sarsaparilla WILL CURE Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Uoils, Pustules, Hczcnia, Tetter, and all diseases of the blood and faiy Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it Par Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by onicr. ....... M, S, lUl'OMM.N. J. W. llAl'OHMAS. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, raoraitTOMS- U at. L.IYEKY, FJEEO & SALE ss STAHLE, Kontucky. Stanford, give us a cll. Nothing oat turnouts will leave our stsbl.. See u. tor rales. In our II you need hver s aist-clas- WILBUR R. SMITH, Lexington, Ky. BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee first-clas- prices, liy our horse s work and satisfactory shoer. f'RST NATIONAL OF STAN"()KU KY BA?'K Farmers Baak&Trust ot 14 Cupltal Stock. urplUH . iSIOO.OOO C.3.7O0 ocw Or STANFORD, KY., lully.orgsmied and ready lor business ll Anei tion of the public is invito o ids 1st iratlb'Sls tho only National ll?.nl. u. atanfd. c nl-- r the provisions of the Natlxi al ilaak Av hpjcilors are secu-euoi onlv by (he nifll. lor n. iiatniit tui.il, hut by the sio.khbidcrs irowiiDt equal to the stock, so mat depositors C iustitution are sciured by a fund of $4oo,oc( his i thucondilion nf the bn Fi.e sworn suteinet-- t ire made oach yeario tho UniUJ Slates govern are cxaiuincd at stated timer l.ntand its assets by government aeents, thus sunng addititnui trd perfect safety to depositors. This institution, onuinall) established as th Deposit Han '.I Sujluraln i!j8, then lied as the Natu nal liank ot Sunlurd in i&j unc ajaia re organized aa the First Nations! Hack ol Stanlord in I'Ss, has had practically an unmter supplist. rupted existence of yx years It is dow with tacilitiesti)rtrarii.actiiit;ljisibcsspronipi ly and lilieralU tha evr bclure in its long at. honorable car er. Accounts ol corporations, fidu (lanes, f.rmv and individuals respectfully solir d r Paul up Capital of gtirplus, . $200,000 20, OIK iUCCKSSOU toTHK LINCOLN NATION BANK OK STANFORD, Now cljsiog up) with the same assst and Hnd. tne same Ht nrovision of itschaiter, depositors are a lully protected as ate depositors iu jMatiou. llank s,v. its shareholders ueing uciu loumuiwi ,i, irni ot tne amount 01 incu .1 the nar value thcreol. in addition to tli .raount invested in such shares. It may act. i eaecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as ruiy to u. '"lo those wfco entrusted their buisinessUaj. It hile muaglOK the Lincoln National Stanlord, we we hero tender our many tlinnLi aj.( their busines. trust they will continue to transact prompt alt.-uo- n with us, otlerlng as a guarantee for our twenty years espetmnce ii to same, banking and as liberal accommodations as are cos .istont with sound banking. W. U. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, ' Craig & I locker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonvillc. F. H. Twidwell, J. A. Ilaaimond, Hubble. Tanner Uros., IMcKinncy. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Jkazley & Son, Crab Orchard. M. Lee Pipes, Morcland. Yours for. Health, Jami T. Cookk, Harrodsburg, K.y. I v, in4u."in' Portland. San Francisco ..To the., .i. Via '1 he . r 3 it ' falr.ykKMi'-lr--- 1 gs ai3a.auaJaau. tU3bA .'.'. KtWAlSArlT I CMICAto'Hl lOUISyiltt V -- ' ted. The Directory 0) .- ! JP - J' I ol this Bank is composed or 301 llruadmiv. New York. WANTED-A- N IDEA5HSKlSfS asliiueton, IJUHN & CO., I'atent Attorneys, O, O.. fur their SlOO Prize olIer At Glastonbury, in south England, which is believed find so many thero is u thorn treo "Dear niol Don't you to blossom on Christmas day, and then engagpinents troublosome?" Brooklyn again about Easter. Life. mo unless wo aro ongaged. "I An Inducement to I'roioe. nover, jiovor allow a man to kiss Tho llloM.oinlng Thorn Tree. " Who can think of some simple An thing to patent? may bring you wealth. Protect your Ideasi they rnivni Aiiur- Wrtto JOHN. WEIJUEHUUU.N ik.lIM. Oaa v . 0 " nfTdS wnv. oeys wasningcon, u. u.,iur mcir at ail lht of two Hundred inventions wouieu. Wanted-- Idea ila iwi'i.. e In many parts of Germany it is veil that cxen fall on thoir knees iu things wicked becauso thoy aro nice, or aro they nice hecauso thoy aro wicked?" tho stalls at tho moment of Christ's na- - Mooted (Jueittlon. Tho Kneeling Cuttle. bo-li- "Ala," asked Iho littlugirl, "aro nico Korestui Held, Lincoln county; S.T, Harris, Lincoln; J. H. Collier, Lincom; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S, II. Ilaughruan,! Lincoln; J. S. llocker, Stanlord ; W. A.Tribblo, StaJlord, M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, titantord; K. L. Tanner, McKinnev; M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon, K, ri. liocker, President; I Joo. . McRobeits, Cashier; A. A. llcKinney, Asil.Cash OnlylDinine Car Route From J J. Williams, ML S. H. Sbanks,;-tnlorJ.S.I Jwiley, Stanlord; S.J. Kinbry, Stanford; J, 11. CUslejr, Stanlord; J. K Ciai, Stanford; Williitn Oco!hSunljrd; A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville, W. H. Cummins, Prescherivlll 8. H. Bhanks, President, Dr. J.'U. Owsley, Cashier, W M. Bright, Teller. d; directors: Vernon; X.OTJISVXX.IeK Elegant Pullman Vcstibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern, lor maps or any inlorruation, address TUANK J. REID,, f E. ILIIACO.V C. P. Agent, or. i D. P. A ) Chicago. I Lou!;rl!le He sure In call for .Monon Route. TO CHICAGO. Danver. St Paul. Cincinnati Enquirer. ( tivity. SHORT NEWS STORIES. A a eQjtit- r I.- - Qrfttofal Cajjtno Thlef-- A "ScootchTar- Ho rlor" Waa Different-Ho- w Wroto to Ilia Best Girl. H rl.K di ANGORA GOATS. Profit Ju TIipiii Where Clliiuitn il I tin iin Arc Hnltnlile. isnil Con- - Tlio nonrco of tho niolmir now po in (!oinnti( for n tcxtilo fabric lins hitherto Kt hit a Asia Minor or South Africa. Rcoon t cxtioriniontH, Jiowi'vcr, Imvo conclusively huowii thut thin jjoat will tlirivo on our own 1'iicifla const, perhaps nlso throughout thu boutli. It has ilono well in Toxuh. Wo wIhIi our oxjiorinicnt statioiiH would try for a fow yearn tho rearing of thin animal, ho as to ascertain whero it will or will not tlirivo. In tho colder northern wtaten, of course, it would not ho n miecoM. A full grown buck will flhenrfrom 12 to 10 poundHof tnohair. In South Africa it Ih tlio custom to clip the goatri twieo a year, thu ilrst tiiuo in April, when tho , i , vtiMMiwms fcrf?- - Mm "Tliero nro nH ninny phases of disposition and character in a dog as in a human being," remarked a veterinary to a group of friends. "About a block front my ofllco u ninn lives who owns a lino St. Bornard dog. A few months ngo ho reported a sorieH I irst, a watch wns stolon of roblierioM. from IiIh room, then it lot of silvorwiiro disappeared, thn somo jowolry belonging to his wife "Tho robberies wcro reported to tho police, who Incamo convinced thatsonio onu of the MTVants was the culprit, but they could sectiro no evidence, and no traco of tho infusing atlicles could bo found. All of tho servants wore discharged and others employed, but tho thefts continued. "One day tho St Bornard dog had n leg broke ii by a streotcar, and his owner brought him to me. I dressed tho limb, and each day tho dog wuh brought to tho ofllco for treatment. Ho was hoon will, and ouo morning ho brought in n gold watch, in a fow moments returning with a silver cako stand mid then a gold thimble, ai.d I followed him. He went to a corner of his muster's yard, and, scratching the looso dirt aside, snlected a spoon, with which ho started for tho ofllco. Tho dog was tho thief, and ho was paying mo everything hohadir?olon for reliuving his pain." Now York Journal. nur-geo- IJ yuil n OPPORTUNITY! r n Positively the Greatest Bargain Ever Offered! For Daily Use in Your Home or Office ?"d especially to aid the young folks in their studies, no single work in the world equals that matchless Reference Library, the New mCBios cFMbLUrtUIA SIM IU L4C v APr.R s.. NfH.'v 4.000 phkcs. 0er:J00 CoLrctl Maps Cfcarts and Dl?s:rams.-VQLUlvmb Ocrj Volume Mechanical!) T l'rtparcd y li.id r editorial supervision of John Clark Ridpatfi, LL.D. author of " Kidpatli' Histories," etc., assisted by a larc coip of editors and over ICO eraU ncnt cholais and spciulisls. A Superb Reference Work treating over Go oon lopics (lo.ooo more ) t.i.in any other m ci covering the ntire lifl of lium.u. kii jv ledge, tlioudit and cndcaor hhUuIuk: The Arts, Sciences, Philosophy, History, Biofjraphy,Gecg:raphy, Astronomy, Geology, ivietccrology, Navigation, Exploration, Discovery, Agriculture, Horti-cu'tur- e, Commerce, Finance, Ethnology, Zcology, Botany, Chemistry, Physiology Mineralcsy, Electricdv, Theology, Law, Medicine, Political Economy, Statistics, etc., etc. jpi-dia1 i'i7r ANMHtA 1IUCK. mo-oikI hair if live to hix iuche.s long. Thn clip Ih at tho end of August, and thin time the hair is only two to threo ? iucluri long. Uoats are more easily kept than hheep, live longtr and en poorer fVed nud are not mi liable to iHmwu as kIipi p. Their lit Mi Ih also desirable for food. Chronicle given Tho San mim of the oxporienccM in Angora goat breeding of Jlr. C. C. .Martin, whoso homo is in tho Santa Ortiz mountains. Tho Chronicle .says: Mr. Martin began his prcHout Hook about t n yeats Hinrewitli "r couimou SpnniwlifWiH and wetherfi, worth usually about 3 50 earh. The. coiiiinoii wethers, of counm, have He has iimiI long Fiuco diMtpiHHired. gooil Angora bucks, worth from '2!i to 50 each, anil changed each year. Ho now has a'.xiut 400 grade Aug'irax. Ho iiitiiiib) tn keep iibnut one got for each nciu of averago mountniu land devoted to that use. Hn has jienn and oikmi nhedH for tin ir UMi in lud wonthor, but very M'hlom feeds them anything more than they gut from tho pasture. He thinks ho would make moro money by feeding moro hay or grain. ' Tho common goat is very prolific, and thu first cross with tho Angora buck results in many twins and miiuu triplets. After tho llrt cros, however, this pretty much htOk.s, tho mlo being one ewe one kid each year. From the common stork with which Mr. Martin began, Ins . pounds of UMial dtp was from to wool onco nyour, worth at present prices about 34 cents jmr ound. IM (lock as it now Htands clips from 31 to 7 pounds onw ii year, worth now titiotit Hfl centrt Hr pound. The bunt wool iu worth 13 cents. Tho greater jHirt of the land which Mr, M.irtin'ti goats run over is too Meep fcr any other use and could not be mado to yi Id nvenuo in any other way. At the Ik gn mug it was wjverod with ilenso bruh, v li"h tho goats have now entirely clear ( ff, lonvlng tho grown! ojkmi uniUr the largn treet. The gra"s which has cm; m will Miiort about the Hume iiumln r of gimt.s that lived upon tho brush wliilo they wero clearing it. In fact, he thinks tho paxturo yearly growing b tter. When tho gras is hort, he is usually cutting trees for wood, and tho tops help out tho short fix!. It is in this way that ho avoids feeding hay except during very bad Mornis. His fences aro ordinary picket fences, mndo of Mx foot pickets and niiulo hog tight to keep tho kids in. They must bo kept in good repair, but whou that is dono thoy will hold the goats. Tho buckn aro kept up, oxcept during breeding timo, which in his caso is in November, when thoy aro turned in with tho ilock. Thoro should bo about ono buck to 25 owes. They fight pretty badly, but no great harm is dono. It would, of course, bo hotter to separnto tho owes into bauds indilTerent pastures 1 1 -- "A Scootch Tarricr." In Windsor, Canada, across tho river from Detroit, tho principal magistrato of thu littlo town is an old Scotsman whoso bruguo is as thick as oatmeal porridge. Tho other day a dog caso was tried before him. Tho pluititilT'sdog had run thtv defendant, who was nut and bitt-passing along tho road, whereupon tho latter had procured a gun and shot tho dog todeath. The plaintitl wanted damages for the killing of his pet. 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At ono such tho conversation turned on tho habit of "talking shop." Some ouo duclarud that an actor or musician was never happy unless allowed to talk by thn hour about his profession. "Oh," added another speaker, "doctors are just as bad. Thoy always want to entertain you with recitals of their 'cases.' " It Tho Univerual "Shop." is written that one may occasional- ;.The ENCYCLOPEDIA PUBLISHING CO., 156 "Lawyers too." "Men of soienco nlso" "Ami litterateurs always" "Woll, well," said tho wittiest wom- CTiD The old reliable Singer SewlDR Machine rUiX Ntruleso! all kinds. Oils Co Oflice an of them all, "you uro right! Philos- call at the Mugcr Sewing Machine and 'tRcpHln ophers talk Schopenhauer; ladies, shop- Opposite btanlord, Ky. J. W. l'errln, at ping; tipplers, 'schoppen;' inusioiaus, Agrnt Chopin, and actors and writers just plain 'shop.' " SHELBY & SHELBY, Post-Oilic- cco - s$c&-r--itfcjcr- - ccctTc : JVKv. Two Farms For Sale. m J. K. VanArsdale, J. : T. DEALER IN SUTTON, KENTUCKY. UNDERTAKER, " GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, &c. Good Goods HUSTONVILLE, coln and Cascv Counties. How He Wroto to Hia Boat Girl. Undo Sam's mail clerks run across many qugor things in tho inuny thousands of missives that pass undor their notice. Poetical superscriptions upon lottors, for Instance, turn up occasionally. At tho postofllco at Rridgotou, N. .7., a fow days ago n letter nrrived, evidently from somo lovelorn swain, which was addressed in this fashion: Hollo, Undo Bam! May I go in your nm III I've taken n notion to rlilo on thn rull. In tlio Htnto of Now Jursoy thoro let inn drop. In tho county of Cnmborliiiul thoro let mo stop. In tlin Hrlilu'ot'Jii KMtotllro tliero let mo I ay Until tlio kochI lottor carrier tukes mo nwuy. At 85 Oak Htrnt there lot mo meet Mlsa Wllllo Dolnncoy, looking so mvcot. FL'M.M.K ANC.Olt.Y OOAT. Props. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Junction City. Pint Clan Turnout), Offers his services o the people ol West LinFull stock of Coffins ind Caskets always on hand. D. ti. Carpenter, Manager. 95 Kentucky. Prompt Attention, Verv Reasonable Rates. A portion of your patronig is iS 6m. respectfully solicited. at tho Lowest Prices. Ky Midland Ey, Clnclunatl and Frankfort Shortest and quickest between OnlyDnect LiLcHctwccn 31 MM Js)wiOl!t Farm No. l contains 191 acres In Washington county, Ky.. the greater part of which Is in grass; well watered; with good improvements, includ. im? new metal roof tobacco barn for to acre crop. I his farm is situated in what is pronounced best district in Kentucky for White Burley the Comfortableresldence house. Fu "plains 300 acres In same locality, with brick dwelling. Large stock and barns. One of the best improved farms tobacco in tha county. Both farms are In fine stale of preseivation. well watered ond fenced. Closoto R. ft. depot, schools, market and on a fine turnpike. For information apply to J. N. SAUNDERS. 10 Stanford, Ky. Be Sure to Give Him a Call. IK VOU AREGOINO. Frankfort, Georgetown and Parle. Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Time Tabid Nov. 10, iS6. "Big Four" New Line B twteii Cincinnati, THE TRAINS EAST. nt that timo. When tho owes aro about to drop their kids, they aro takon into corrals, or small pastures, and fed, if necessary. Tho young kids aro rather tender and aro placed in corrals by themselves, with fences about 18 inches high. Tho owes will junfp over to tho kids to nllow them to suck. When tho enough to jump over kids arc this fence, they aro allowed to follow their dams. In handling tho young kids great euro must botakon not to let them touch the pcrMHi, as tho dams will at onco disown thorn and allow them to dio if tho least scent of mankind is upon them. When necessary to hundlo thorn1 they aro tftkftft,QJ ffitU Bftfifo Rt-ong Philadelphia llocord. Why Mr. Carllalo Did It, Secretary Carlisle has been sovornjy pounded in cortaiu quarters for discharging soven treasury clerks who took a too activo part in tlio lata campaign. Marshall Gushing says that threo of theso wero near relations by blood or marriago of Senator Joo Blackburn. "Why was lio fired?" asked u friend of ono of theso unfortanntes in Mr. Carlisle's room tho othor day. "Simply beoanso ho went on tho stump against you?" "No," said tho secretary of tho treasury, "but because ho mado euoh d d poor crp'"1""' " f XL'f'v Louiiviilc Nashville R. R t.ve Franklart A 6 55 " Qlkborn 7cS " Stamping (..round 7 37 ' a. m. No. 1. No p. in. a 40 3. No. 7. p. in. 1 rr. " C. S. Depot C Paris Georgetown!!... 353 312 3 30 00 1 so 148 3 4 Toledo and Detroit. Solid Trains, Fast Time, Excellent Equipment. Inaugurated May 24. Air. Lve Cincinnati Toledo 7 45 a - 7 50 8 30 334 410 ij so 35 TRAINS WEST. No. roinn'ldlit lSO."i h) ll'm. . IlnltzcUtw. OnJIPO ltonril lloiuul.Clrnr iiinnrn ounuui 1 ity v, lliiiliul lr. OHun&u ilitrcll; uiuler Hit natn. Wonts iiintnl .unpua 11 uf. iu Is th line for you, as its Devotional and Revival Mcctine:;, SinsinR Schools and Day Schools, Sunday Schools & Young People's Double Dally Trains Make connections at cloie LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. I1ROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information eequlre of ,ot- rr,r.''" v empi copt i'i tuti 3ic. ij.is height. -S.nJ all r.lrs it brmill. liJ.iiuahuuilied bj rf William J. Holizclaw. Societies, with Rudiments. Ix?'-v- JOES. KICE.Aeint, Stanford, Ky Through coaches and parlor cars on day trains. Through coaches, Wagner sleeping Cars Cincin. natl to loledoand Cincinnati to Detroit on nixht trains. All trains dally except Sunday. No service between Cincinnati, Toledo DeKentucky Midland Railwayand connec- troit it AS GOOD AS OUR NEW YORK and The LINK. tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all AS GOOD AS OUR CHICAGO LINE, points South, East, North and West. AS GOOD AS OUR ST. LOUIS LINH For further information apply to their agents. Buy vour ticke't through via "Big Four." C. D. liEHCAW, Gen Pass. Agent.. GEO. B. HARPER, Uecr & Gen.Supt E. O. I'i11 'nf"mition cail on agents or address McCORMACK, D.U.MARTIN, Frankfort Kv Pass. Traffic Mgr. Gen. Pais. Jfc Tkt, Agt" " Hlkhorn Arr Frankfort A... 10 1$ 7 1. No. 4. a. iu. p. m. C co Lve Paris -9 j co " C. S. Depot 6 30 9 38 " Georgetown U g 40 634 " Stamp's GroM 9 5S 6 53 1030 No. to. No. 8. a. in. p. m. 5 THE SCHEDULE, 00 , oo 545 6 40 Arr. Detroit 711 733 I" 7 m. 35 P. m. 5 4S p. a. m. J29 a. m. 3 g 3J , ra. ,5 15 p. m. 15 ..r - ti IO A,r nmttwswyf Jk-Jt- t r. , EW-Wrai- Y ! INTERIOR JOURNH , OLD CHRISTMAS SPORTS. Ancient Engl Mi Way, of Sinking Merry nt Tim St'iiaon. In the olden times Cliristxnnstiilo was essentially tho ponson of sportp, ami fovr relics of tlio olden days nro recurred to with nioro xot by our fathers thnu tho mirthful panics nnd tho goodly frolica which wero wont to usher in tho dnya of "morrio Christum." At tho present day, tvhilo Christmas parties nnd are nt ill formed to rendor tho dark season of December moro enlivening nnd cheerful, yet tho sports of Christmas nre very different now from what they wero 100 years or nioro ngo. True it is that hoodmau blind, nnd hunt tho slipper still survivo to it greater or less extent, but tho good old English merrymakings, like tho good old English molodies, appear to bo banished from our doors, and nothing is left of thorn but tradition. Christmas was in its best ostato in tho days of tho good Queen Bess, and it is a pleasant reflection to think what "high jinks" Shakespoaro, Ben Joufou nnd tho rest of that right merry crow must havo indulged in. Then was tho time whon tho boar's head was brought to tho tablo amid tho blaro of trumpets nnd tho beating of drums, whilo tho whole company saug paeans in its praise. Tho brown October nlo flowed without stint, tho firo blazed nnd crackled with tho Yulo log, whilo tho Lord 6f Alisrulo, without whom Christmas would bo as nothing, put in praotico nil tho nrts of which ho was tho master, when tho games lasted for u full month nnd every ono was mado happy for a twolvemonth. Only fancy "tho worshipful master Shakespeare" enacting tho part of tho Lord of Misrule at tho court of Elizabeth, whilo tho queen nnd Leicester nnd Essex nnd Southampton nnd Pembroko nnd Ilnlcigh nnd that "ponderous eiuk of learning," Bacon, nnd tho wholo bevy of bounties took part in tho rovol-rieAh, thoso wero brnvo times What we call Christmas sports now wero in Englnndof very nnciout origin, nnd tho Druids eolobrnted during tho winter solstice tho rites in honor of Thor, ono of tho Scandinavian deities, and some few of tho customs by which tho festivities nttendnnt upon Christmas in later duya wero characterized may bo (raced to tho established ceromouies in honor of that heathen deity. Thus tho practice of adorning tho houso with mistletoe has been derived from tho uso of thnt plant in tho Druidicnl ceremonies, nnd other customs which obtained in England but n few years since nre to tho samo origin. Boatou Herald. Boino morry-makinsnap-drago- n s. 1 ref-crab- lo HARNESS BRUISES. Prevent the Sorrs 3Indo by Too Much Pressure. Tho annoying sores mado by tho harness can almost entirely bo provonted by intelligent caro. Tho pressuro of harness and collar upon parts not accus tomed to it, if long continued, so com Drosses tlio blood vessels that tho nor mal How of blood is checked, tho vessel walls aro bruised nnd partially and tho muscles aro also bruised and weakened. When tho pressuro is sndenly removed with tho removal of tho harness, tho blood rushes into tho weakened vessols, dilating their walls so that tho blood serum passes through and ac cumulates iu tho couueotivo tissue under tho skin. Thus origiuato tho soft, fluctuating swellings often nppearing upon tho collar rest. If theso accumulations aro not removed, either through absorption or through an incision in tho skin, thero results a permanent enlargement from callous formation. When tho injury is only to tho skin nnd underlying muscul.tr tissue, nu inflammation is incited that results in a breaking down of tho tissues at tho affected poiut. In naturo's attempt to rebuild thero is tut excess of material and thickening of tho part unless intelligent trcatmout is given. Tho sores thnt result in sloughing nwnyof somo parts nro onused oither by tho excessivo heat arising from friction of tho harness or by n killing of tho pnrts from cutting oil' of tho blood supply through long continued pressuro. Au understanding of theso processes enables ono to allovinto tho conditions favoring them. Tho samo collar should bo used ou n horso, provided it is a good ono, so ns not to bo continually shifting tho pressuro; thon put a horso to hoavy work gradually. Stop frequently, not long at a time, and raisu tho collar, manipulating tho parts of tho shoulder upon which it rests with tho fingers, so as to restore tho circulation. It is an plan to havo nn old cloth at tached to tho harness to uso to wipe tho poispiration from the shoulder. On removing tho hnrnoss batho tho pnrts upon which tho harness has rested heavily with cold water. This contracts tho muscles and tends to proven t inflammation and swelling ot the parts. At this time of year, when tho work is changing to implements with tongues, wo nro apt to think thnt tho old farm horses aro almost as liable to havo sores developed upon their necks as young horses just being put to work. Toughening ono part does not xnnko all proof ngninst injuries. Tho necks of tho old team should bo watched always. Should au injury appear batho tho part with cold water or apply ico so long as thoro is any inflammation or fover in tho part. This usually lasts 12 to 21 hours. Pads kept wet with cold water are beneficial. After tho fover has all subsided uso warm water to tho repair of tho parts. Whenever tho skin is broken from any causo, batho with a 2 or 5 per cent solution of creo-linIt should also bo used whoro tho skin is badly bruised. Itprovcnts infoo-tio- u of tho parts. Farm and Homo. To par-nlyzed, ro-sui- ts RELIGIOUS THOUGHT. a. TTLJC lAHV T 1FW-- rt "A ft PJirA AND MAMMA DF.COIUTINQ TOE CniUST- - Thpre r nlrondy iivo Applicants for Seins of Truth Olrnned Prom tho TouchHofloctlotiB of a Bnoholor. . tho Grub Orchard ing" of All Denomination. ",. A wifo whoso husband lets her havo Thero will be h Ohrlttnula tree At tho Pulpits alone nro never going to con- hor own way in everything isn't a hapChristian church ThuredHy niuht. quer tho world, becauso tho pulpits py woman. roach ouly a small percentage of tho makes a good investment A man novnr J. W.J nines bus been granted II peoplo of tho world today, and becnuso thnt hii wifo doesn't say sho advised cense nnd will open up a saloon In the tho pulpit reaches tho peoplo at n long him to. Buchanan properly. j range. Rev. R. A. Vander Las, Pre- A married woman never loses her Mis. il. L. Abrahams was chllod to byteruiu, Cedar Rapids, la. memory to the extent that sho isn't in- Knoxvlllo ou account of the serious Snlvntltm For All. terested in a bride. Miss Lillian IJuch of her daitt-hter- , As soon us a bachelor gets old enough I do not boliovo that a reddovil lurks niian. In etornity to pitchfoik tho soul into to havo had any past a woman always The storm aro full tf people who eternal damnation whon it leavos tho imngincri that he has u lifo secret. Thero is gonerally lots of fun in girls havn that mysterious look In their face body of tho sinner. God is merciful nud will receive tho sinnor with open arms, who "tell mamma overything." that is euro to be there when it is .hear If a man can reninln a mystery long Christmastime. oven if, misguided, ho dies without ro pontine. Rev. William L. Biroli, Poo-plo'- s enough to a woman, she is pretty euro Mir. Chns. Blngjeton Is visiting hor to fall iu lovo with him. Ohurch, San Francisco. mother at LezluKtou. Mrs. Mary MorMen liko to mako girls think thoy aro Motion QIim Color to Action. awfully careless about thoir health so gan, who hns been very ill, is now I think wo havo lost by not holding thought to bo ImprovlLg, to tho single mot ivo which actuated our thoy will tnko to mothering them. Mies Anna Hror-newhb prraentod Tho averugo woman would a good Lord in what he did and which hourgei deal rather bo disappointed in lovo than an elegant vtnit-- with ihh pie'tv chain- -, as tho only motive for whatever tho ou hi r birthday which itrenried thU children of Gotl nro urged by him in to bo disappointed iu morriaga Somo women aro conceited enough to k and gr.tiulp.t ami graiu'.ma Bro-nnuhis word to do. In religion, ns in everythink their husbands lovo them so much wei were the (IvntH. thing olse, our motive will givo color to nil wo do or plan to do. Rov. B. P. that thoy can go around looking nny Tho Negro, Jim Kewland, who was way. pout-office- .... JOKES OF THE JESTERS. ... ' CRAll ORGlWliD. 3 M .'ti. r ' e H Fullorton, Presbyterian, St. Louis. RPR POWDEH Absolutely Pure. Celebrated for it greit leivenlng strength and Assures the food against alum healthfulnem. and'all lormsof adulteration so common in the cheap brands. IIOXAU BAKING I'O.VDHR CO., 'ew York. As Executor ot J jhn M. Hall, deceased, at public auction on Bank :Stock. II. I will sell Monday, January 82-t- d I897 Count) Court day, 31 shirts ol stock in the Farmers Bank and Trait Co. of Stanford, Ky. Sale will occur at 11 a. m. W. A HAIL, Executor. ITotioe I I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by my wile, who his recently left me, and I will take legal step to secure any jewelry or other property stio disposes of belonging to me. EVERUl 1' SOHRELL, Stanlord. Ky. CHRISTMAS MENU. It holly leave?, joined nt tho points ou tho upper bido nnd arranged to stand up iu front of each plate. Paint both outer surfaces the color of tho leaves nnd rrito tho menu inside. This should bo indicated by quotations rather than by tho names of tho dishes themselves. For instance: "An oysttir may bo cronsotT May Ho Inillcnted liy Ouotntloun Thau Nuinoa of UUlics. Let tho menu cards bo two Itntlirr 2TQTICIP. day, Dec. tf I has-to- n Lost, Strayed or Stolen from my stable Tues1, 1896, a Hay Mare Three Yean Old. Has very heavy mane and tall; foretcp cut short. reward will be paid for her retuin. Liberal A. E. ALBRIGHT, Itrodhead, Ky. 8i-- e. in love." Fire Insurance Written on All Classes of Property in the Best of Companies. "Beautiful tonp, so rich and green, Waiting In a hot tureen, Who to such dulntlcs wonld not stoopf Soup of tho evening beautiful eoupl" "Canst thon cafc:h any Bonio for flfihea thero?" "Somo wish a pinion, eomo profer a leg; a merry thought, or sidoboue, beg." Gentlemen's Clothing Made to Measure from the most attractive Hues of found. My system of measurement guarantees a perfect fit In every department. Why experiment "My inoro having U a sauco to mako ma hunger luoro." "No man's pio U freed from his ambitious finger." samples to be "How fresh you nru and green in this old worldl" with ameteurs when you cn be protected in by Ituviug Tour measurement with I am also me T "Cbceso la indeed a peevish elf, Digesting all things but itself." "Coffee, which makes tho politician wiso." Agent For the Lexington Steam Laundry. All Work Guaranteed. "Sublime tobacco, which from east to west Cheers tho tar's labor or tho Turkman's rest." JESSE D. WEAREN. "I will fchow myself highly fed." "All'a well that ends well." New York Herald. Commissioner's Johnson .V : Sale. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. tain cims, Plaintiffs, vj. The Kings Moun Canm-- g Co., Drft. In Equity. ' Austrian Gastronomy. Tlio gastronomical tasto of Pursuant to judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at tne October term of said couri, lejo.in me move cauw, nc uuuvi.iuvu will on SUMS-94- &SQ- - 22d i896 King-vlUc, outcry Ky., sell at public at the highe-- t and best bidder all ot the real and pergonal progeny of the defendant, the Kings Mowitun Canning Co. Tne ral propity consists of a certain 1'r.ct of Land upon which is locatod dcfjudaut'i Oa the premises to 43 K. 17 liukstoa corner to 1'ieree's lot thence-stone iu said Pierce's line, 'thence N. 51 K. 6 poles World. . 51 W 6 poles to a 4 links to a stone, then:-stone, thence S. 51 W 71 poles 8 Iuk to a stone Telling tho Keen. on th line cf right of way of Ctnclnrail Southern to a tho Iu Devonshire, England, a messenger Kallav then, e S. alunjfwhere light of ay way kaid naht of Itcu , rnaklni- - tin point theme on ill an Kileily dt is sent from tho houso of tho farmer to wid".s by au rectioa along sail rl,;htof wi 3 poles 81iiks to a tell tho bees that Christmas day has sione. theuce S. 31 r. to the beginning. Also the come, and thoy aro supposed to greet the following ofl-e- t, y frame building with bailment. To wit, a Said r nl property is bouo"ed as follows: Higm-nin- g a stone on the Cincinnati (southern Railat way, running N'. jl t. 13 poles 7 links toaitsne, . two-stor- Canning Factory, differs very materially from that of Germany. Fried carp, littlo sausages, noodles and cakes llavored with pears compose tho ordinary menu of tho mid-dlclass Viennese, but on Christmas day roast turkey, or, iu tho nbsenco of that, goose, with potatoes, U tho simple feast on tho Austrian's table. Tho turkey is dressed with apples nnd German vermicelli mixed with honey and poppy seeds. Poppy seeds tiro also baked iu tho arranged as to form a cross bread and when the bread is cut. Tho dossert is of hasty pudding, in which is mixed almonds in additiou to tho usual cream, sugar and butter. This is thou run off into littlo tarts, which aro sorved individually to tho diners. Now York o Austria Dehorning With Cnustlo Potash. First, tho caustic should bo applied as early in the lifo of tho calf as tho littlo horn, or button, can bo locntod. tho hair should bo oarofully clipped away from tho young horn, untl tho caustio thoroughly rubbed in. Third, caro should bo taken not to apply the caustio to tho snrfaco of tho skin except over tho littlo horn. When tho operation is properly performed, it is necessary to clip but very littlo hair from ovor each horn. Six or eight drops of tho saturated solution of tho caustio applied to each horn and well rubbed in nro amply sufficient to provont further growth. If tho application bo carofully made, a casual observer would not notico at any time that nu operation had been performed ou the calf. My practico has beon to clip tho hair closely from over tho budding horn, moisten tho littlo button with strong soapsuds or ammonia wator, then dip tho stick of caustio potash iu a dish ot water, withdrawing it nnd holding it for a moment thnt tho adhering drop may becomo thoroughly saturated with tho potash, and rub it carefully over tho littlo button. This was repeated threo or four timos. Tho othor horns woro then treated in tho samo mnnuor. After treating both horns tho procoss was again ropeatcd, giving from six to eight drops to each horn. This, if properly applied, will bo sufficient to provont growth. In handling this stick potash a bit of paper or cloth should be wrapped about tho stick grasped by tho baud. Rural Now Yorker. Sec-oud, fu-tur- o Live Stock Points. Pair of Large S ales, .1 of Tomato lioxes. Cans Katrb-u- ki tnJCatu I ujdtofoi shipping and hsull (jin toina-toesaid dsaud mtchliiry no d a the tiuiMTnr mil u.ed h. the dtfupilant cornpanT and Kacr in tbe opcrati.n of said it.rscsv One PJSfeONAL PROPERTY "lade by the Sinker Ilivis (la tPain glad tidings with a joyful hum. Kneclit Ilupert. Eiglt'e Indianapolis. ir.J., fljiter, t I.i - Santa Glaus was introduced into America by the Dutch of Holland. Ho is tho Americau representative of tho German Knecht Rupert. j I and personal properlv wil be fold ald Th debts ol ths Kings Mouutain Canning to py "Company. The aiid property i'l be S'jld on a credit of u Road with apprivM prona rfcurty tironths or purchers ot the jviIi br bsarm iniere.t frJiu da of .V until paid, hv ind P'yble to efTtcl o' jaJgire and A UK H. C the commissions!. M C L. U. C. tl-- c i"l iqntil A Christinas Chrihtmus coiuln don't you fret Cunt; dut j.os.um fine I Gwine tir get tor glory ytt Curve dut .osaum ttnul Oh, bolltfvtjrs, n to, e ia invaluab'e. imib'e to all business flrind nnt3 cm. otarcial travelers. Tne line of tho "BFour" ppntitrate all the big citiea of Oiifo, I'.i(IUnH, and Illinois, and a ticket which we ch.11 hn unt to reach these citiot a 3 aHCitieeoa principal connectm,' linee, I "OioFoun" Tiih intHrhn;Hrtble 1 iokn of the "Big Four Route" lire ISTKitcHANa tAiiLK OOO-un-- Mile-Mi- t. Do Hfo !i drum Hay CbriMtinus come Bo carve dut possum flno! Bw do bright tight sbinel ln--Ji- -p Chrixlmun oomin eront do hill Cnrvu dut po.ssum lino I Do cider foam, en do 'lapses spill-Cu- rve dut possum fiuul Oh, believers, eo du bright light shlnot Do 11 fo en drum Bay Christmus come Bo curve dut possum flnol Atlanta Constitution. ) It is encouraging to know that thoro nro still breedoru of Morgan horses in tho country, men who havo prehorvod puro tho blood of this magnificent family nnd aro perpetuating and improving it. Thero aro threo families of Morgans. In Missouri and in states thnt havo had Morgans from Missouri nro probably to bo found on the wholo tho largest sized animals of this great family, but wo aro glad to find 0 prominent Illinois breeder has taken up the Morgan cause. When till is said and done, thoro is no horso, oither hacknoy, French coacher or even Russian trotter and saddler, that is superior to a flnespecimon of tho puro bred Morgnn as a carriago or light harnobs horse. The docility of theo horses, thoir beautiful heads and ears, their determination to drop dead boforo giving tip a task, mako them nltogether desirable. Wo would rather seo any of the imported fashionablo horse families dio out of America than tho bountiful, spirited and dooilo Morgan. Thoso adhoring to this family aro now breeding for size, nnd tho nverngo height of tho modorn Morgan is about 15.2). Thero is nothing of moro importnnco than tho proper selection of dams, eound, perftct dams, iu tho breeding of animals. Inlluence of UnrtMllty. Many a strong and vigorous character is thooutcoinoof preceding generations' good living. In fact, wo owo our exist-oncto heredity. An evil inheritance is, of course, far from benofloinl. And how many young pooplo of today havo their lives directly accountable fo their parents! Thero is an awful fixity in theso things of nature. Rov. Charles G. Ames, Unitarian, Boston. Deeds Vcrstu CrtMMla. That man'H mind cannot bo wrong whoso heart is right. That man'H cannot bo Gcttles whoso heart is ensconced within n fortress of Godly deed. I would call him impious, bo his phylacteries yot so broad, or his rosary yot so woll used, whono wholo lifo and ends in self interest, nnd him would 1 call pious, even though ho worship no God or conform to no eoremo-nto tho at all, who subordinate interests of tho highest God of man. Rabbi Joseph Krnuskopf, Philadelphia. Tho Common IiiUtchU of Cltlrcn, Wo must educate individuals so that they nitty not think of themselves merely as memltcrs of this elites or that, but ns equal members iu tho larger sooioty. Tho workmen should meet other men than thoso who Mmro his daily labors. Tho man of busine-- should moot others with him in his than thoo nx-iutobusiness enerpriis. Tho more interests a man has tho larger tho circle of his friends and acquaintances; tho moro sides ou which he touches tlio common lifo tho better citizen he is. Rev. S. M. Crothers, Unitarian, Boston. Living For Christ. It is appointed once unto man to die. Wo hold our lives by sutiorauco. Guilt rests upon us. Yet Christ, knowing it all, extends tho hand of invitation. Ho makes himself liable for all our ligations. Ho gives us tho benefit of all ho Ho lias already died for us, possesses. even as tho representative of siu, but it wus inqMvyiblo for death to keep him. If wo havo brought to him a liability to death, ho has brought an infinite of spiritual lifo. Lot us livo together. Let us livo unto him, for him. Lot our lovo reflect back his uubom.dod dovotion. Rev. Goorgo N. Luckoti, Presbyterian, Washington. l'nsy In th CluftCt. It is not only pnblio worship, but pri vuto dovotion, that renews spiritual streugth backsliding always begiiiH nt tho closet door. Every Christian man and womau ought not only to pray to God morning and evening, but should havo a special hour for privato dovotion. Again wo can wait upon tho Lord in service. Tho Christian has something to do in this world of duty, and as you feel tho burden of others Jesus reveals himself to you, as in tho mount of transfiguration. And thoro wo wait on tho Lord in patience. In this world wo livo on tho dark side of tho cloud, but there is light abovo us. Wait patiently and wo his faco. Rev. M. B. Chapshall man, Methodist, Louisville. Th Mother riiiI tho I toy. The mother shapes tho boy's character, her faco tho first sight, her arms the first refuge, her lifo the first example. Bat for R;.chcl and her training tho history cf Joseph nud of tho nation wmild havo Iwen euiirwly d,.Tr-ent- . tho cradle The rid tht Tl.o tim for heed rocks the wr-J- d planting of tr it grcHtat n is in the early years of a boy's life. This is tho mother's opportunity. Tho spirit of God from heaven, tlio iutlueuco of men on earth nnd tho temptation of satau surround the boys of today. Mothors, guard tho boys before it is too late. Plant your seed. Tnko interest iu ovorythim: your boy does. Lot him havo gatnos at homo, or ho will go whero thuro is no homo. Plant the w d of greatness, kindness nnd purity while tho ground is soft, although you do not livo to wo the Rov. T. C. Easton, Presbyfruitage. terian, Washington. The Witchcraft of Today. Tho old tinio mania of witchcraft illustrates tho power" of tho malign passions. It was tho result of jealousy, hatred. It stands iu history ns tho black monument of tho selfishness of tho human heart. Its Iegitimato successor in theso days is blander and backbiting. It teacjies us a needful lesson of tho potency of thought. A.s a man think-oth- , so is ho. Many of tho&o women who woro burned at tho stako wero so oftcu told thoy were witchos associated so much with peoplo who bolioved thoy wero witches thnt finally they thought thomselves witchos, and at tho last confessed to boing witches; &o with a man iu these times. If ho associates with fast 111011 ho will assimilate their ideas. Ho will come to think it a possibility to bo fast himself and end by being fast. As n safeguard don't put yourself in whero you can ovou think of doiug things which nro antagonistic to your highest ideals. Rov. Charles A. Dickinson, Oougregatioualist, Boston. o bo-gi- y w d ro-ser- A grnsn widow is ono who has all the no badly shot tlut the doctor thought for hla life, la up and advantages of having no husband with- thero vtaa n) out tho annoyance of having eoplo tell almost well. Our young phyrlciau, J)r. hor what a flno man ho was. Now Edmletou, feelu very proud of h h sue York Prowl. CCA In this case. Mr. J. 11. Kennedy, of Mt. Vernon, A Custer Survivor. in viaitiog friends and relatives in thin "I am a survivor of tlio Custer mas nacre," suid tlio tramp, "and for thnt vicinity. MlwtStllio Green will spend Mips GtHCt reason, kind sir, you should givo mo n OhrintuuiH in littlo aid. I 11m no ordinary beggar." Tudor aud Ilalllo lvimfslon left Satur"So I seo," replied tho historian to day to visit fnetulrt at Paint Lick and whom ho had related his talo of woo KlrkHvllle. Mr Jim Hronatigh, who ban "so I K'o, ami you nro also nn extraor- b en upending the dental colliyo nt dinary liar, for every schoolboy knows citttiM bcniH Hnturday to epe ml that iu that terrible fight, tho battle of Big Horn, iu 1870, Custer and Christina. Littlo his entire command wero wiped out by ininlMer m Wnstiiuu'on 1h tho Indians and not one white miiu Iihh ini.itti.iil I,, government hv rahl. ocaped. " wall am fully awaro of that sir," said rniii t hi h I, iia I a I'juftn "I ch tho tramp. SecrolArv O nry, in tri ' ''I' '' ', It III "And jet you claim to bo a survivor ht'CH'tH'T ' "" of the battle?" i Hi 'f ('V h , ' ?( )' "And so I am, sir." pendence of Onbs, iUhuimi iu Attitude "But, you vagabond," oxolaimod tho l at-iliht bfeii. U.I,. t l it l.oiik angry citizen, "you havo just admitted trriiiquil until Mutch ut leiiHt. "While I " that no whito man escaped. m premier," Mya Seuor Conove, Tho tramp drow himself up proudly, Mill tint provoke a col llict with doffed his ragged cap nud, bowing very ' low, said with dignity, "I am ono of the United Stntrs, but I will brook no tho Indians, sir." utt'ek on the sovereignty of Spain." Ho got a qunrtr for his gall. Now Dink an i Arch Procter were taken York Evening Journal. from the in d hanged, who rt'tdated, wr aliot ind Hill Tho Hanflni. Whon tlny told her that tho young Jimu In his cell by a Ioeati rouuiy mob man whoo suit tho had rejected tho The crime uHStho murder of the Craftou previous evening had hanged himself to ImjHin Adalrvillf, on tbe night of Oct. tho gatepost directly ho left her, tho 21th. Arch Procter, who wan only 21 beautiful girl xhrnggud her shoulders. charTears "It iHi't my fault," sho said coldly. acter, old, but a notoriously tough dying Blabbed both of thtin, one "I specifically told him ho mustn't think mptantl" ami the other two eekn later. of hanging around hero any moro." Hill and Dink: Procter with afterward Detroit Tribune. n The flendfi deaei v 1'lrat Person Shurulur. death, but not at the handa of a mob. fd Algernon Coxcombo Oh, I know tho Sharkey, who won from FlU'im man well a capable fellow, but, in my tuona nn n (mil, get- - the pnrre of 110,000, opinion, an iuveterato egoist. Miss Pinknoy Do you distinguish Judge Anderson, of the superior court at then between un egoittt and au egotist? Sin Francisco, having diraolvcd the in A. C Undoubtedly. Thodlhtinctiou junction restraining the bank from pay is subtle, but woll marked lug the. money on the ground that the Miss P. Then which aro you? fight was In violation of law, and that tho Truth. participants in it had no .landing In His Apprehension. court. "Doaruiel" wild Willio Giggs. "I The big freight depot of the Illinois hopo that chrysanthemums won't go out Central railroad, with its content, at of fushiou all of a HtitUleu, as thoy Jackaon, MIm., was destroyed by fire, thrt'iitou to da" f.W.OOO and ISO.000. TheloMiabHt-fee- n "What dllfcrenco does that mako?" "If I tako initio off. now, I know I Uuclclin'H Arnica Hrtlvo. hall tako cold." Washington Star. in the woilJ for cult, bru'.tii The ltt trlttr, chiptoio, ulceri, lull tlieum, Itrrr aof'itVIo eruption-.- . liDili,chilbUini,coroi and all ped Hard Lines. It Xt positively curr pilei, or no pay repuircd. "Yes, thoy'vo had n goal deal of ImranteeJ to girt ptrlect latltfaction or motifII y ccnt ptr boi For tal by fffundnl Pncr 5 trouble." cli-nce I.oul-vlll- e, Cin-clnnit- ti, . 111- - re ''ft' I i . ( I r, tl . I jil Pr-cte- r, ar-rt- ed aivrt-Hont- s -- nl. "Yes, tho Fon was cnught in somo crooked work and it loft tho old man in vory strnitoiiod circumstanccf." News. Do-tro- "Indeed?" V II. McRuIm-- ilfugitlu. it tji "lr Kirg'a Nrw only thing that curra my cough M,il, Auc. J I l.a., Stand nt Tho Hond. i"t:l, the IrailuiK ilru'tiit K't 1 rtx-k- s ""Or King'a New Ditcovery frrl, Anx , News Vor Mamma. It alt that li claimed lor it; l' never lull and il a Tommy Hero! Don't yon hit mo urn cure lur Comumttloti, Cough, and (.Vlila I)r with that old shoe. Don't you know it's cau not ay enough lor In mciln " CoughKHik' and rrw l)lcov"ty lor Consumption, been tiled for awful bad luck to hit anybody with n Coldt l ntt an rwnmcnt II hat a q.iarter ol CMilury and to day ttaodi at the fchoo? Kad. It ner duappointt Iree trial bollicaat Jimmy Is it? Geol I must toll maw W. II McRobetta diugatorf. that as hoou as I get home. Cincinnati Rloctrlo Ulttore. Enquirer. Klcrtric llltli'ra ii a iniMilciBe luittd Inrany aH...n !..., n.ihin, mnri ppntrallv firi.ttil in t Prostratod. Hprtnc when the languid, eihaui'ed feeling pro "What are you doing with n Turkish vaim, wnen iiti; nriand alterative nu felt, A promm rniM lutinn p tlm l of a tonic it lounge iu this coal office?" u.c oi thli niedlclrc liaa ollen averted long and "Our bookkeeper writes pootry, and perliapi fatal h lloua fevera. No medicine will countei wo had to fix up a placo for him to Ho act u.ornmrelythein maltrul icting and ,reeing the poiion. Headache, " litem fiom dlenniai yield to Kite tile down when his manuscripts como back. Only 5c per botUo at W II. Mcnobeiti bittern ObJaBio Rei'rr.i drug itoip. ! -nee-i- teller havr ' ih, J I' Campbell, merchant ol Saf. Ducoifry la the anil it it the kcat of Shrtv -- UNDERTAKING J, c. fiM&M:'.:e'ji:. - BY - wi !yI(TI..A y1!"!' iTB J I Jlkill R JETS TO' " IrW ws 1 If- w- l Practical Trimmer, BmlDalmer AndJFuiicml Director, ALso carry .t nice line ol Harne s. Saddles, Uridlcs, I3urjgy Robes, Iloihc Blankets. Whips, &c. Square, Stanford, Ky. Uooni opposite Court-House ) 7 Doors, Sash and Blinds, . Hi . mm msM Ttr mw&MrmaiMmkm in n is i ir.'ia W&PX m a it m mwm mm m RM psrw fhm mF& npi-iih e--js k bb h. w h t a i B v Shingles, Metal Roofing, Etc. A. C. SINE, - - Stanford, Ky. 11 . k ? t.