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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895071601 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 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXIII. Interior Journal,. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JULY 16. 1895. NO. 40 J Bpl8l ,)re,llret. M. F. Elkin bought of B. G. (iovera .. . . a"e,t0 l''fcheil a splendid sermon (or small bunch of heifers at 3c. RAV anu Atlanta CoimtUutlon reporter ........ u..uunj. -Cboujo cbolco thoughts the other day con-- A lopekH, K,., church regularly sent ommissioner McDowell has just out 1,500 packages of turnip eeed. ''The cerning the art of love making: empioya a woman iu the choir, who F. P. HUh, nl,i . .inim.nn way to win a girl," she said, "Is uot the irMlanuo oanru.l' i.i.i.!.. of Hoy le, 30 lambs at 3Jc and 'JO fat sheep ' . way to win a man. Men and women are , .. ' "oa 8tfl , 0l Colorado have atljc. not alike. Make a woman Jealous and it " ""7 " " a "8 ir. ueu . amitli, secretary, writes destroys her love. If you want to win lnv Y (lelrt,t'fl the Reneral conference, that Somerset will have a fair, and a four- r it,.. nti..r iii'onlo see ..iri (i.. i... ' Xynin' ML,.ek' " that u are devoted to her aud let her1 .7. ." pulpit at Uhilllcothe. WrtB dy Bales t&that, beinnim? Sept. 3il. -..... you .... t....: Whim. and i ..... hto ..... it hnmrht i!fin lnmliv.' nee iiiai . . ....... . iciwuk .;... . MlU;lin II .? ' ior juiy delivery, irom Waco parties, at , There must be no other wounn. A uung una us mat ins lc. They averaged 75 y man wauts to reign alone iu a man's' mis m a ureat year for apricots in If ..K... u,o u.rcuiJK in ijuxmuowq proved heart. With a man it is ditfereiit. on of general revival and refresh- - Southern California, The crop iu Po there'll a dozen different fellows altera LThe meat recent statistics of the Con-- ",0"a VB,,ey flIone rill amount to about girl it makes him all the more anxious to uet her. When all quit the field he ('recational rlmrnh .nir r, rtio nUr,a l.WX) tone. Tho veterinarians of Indianalclosed leaves too. A mau doesn't want to make uith 5S3.520 menihri.. nf whom nsriwil ....- -. WWffWU their recent convention with au elabo- love to a girl that nobody else is niaKing are women a girl treat '0"e llesh constltutinK tho -- Work has been commenced on tho love to. A man musn't let bidly. If she trents him bmlly the new edifice to bo erected by tho First chio d"iT,y him in ioo- - u iook j.w ousneis oi wneat thing for him to do is to resont it by Christian church at Paducah. The on A The Art of Love Making. tirlr.li. rliniO vImHTIIn.. ....- - ... ..K. tun HiihlPrt nr wnrtli coilPHieruiir. ... ... ,.. .- ., CHURCH AFFAIRS. .... ,.. ,., ..., " FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. OF-- LOCAL NATURE. !, " , . ."""-"cmnin- e o- - V ' .rr. .'.. "r. "M.-lleg- ister. 1 It' , J. W. Hamilton has been appointed postmaster at Bryants ville, Garrard county. The contract for carrying the mail from Twilight to Triadelphia has been awarded to F. B. Riley, of London. A postollico has been established at And to be posted in Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes Evansville, Rockcastle county and John you must first of all examine what we are doing. We call your esG. Rogers was appointed postmaster. Will Jet89 AdkinB, who was shot pecial attention to our stock of Black Suits guaranteed to fit or no from ambush in Pulaski county a short sale, reduced from $12 and S15 to $8.50 and every thing we have in time ago, will probably die of his wounds without revealing the identity of his assassin. U. S. Judge Barr has ordered that the Richmond. Nicholasville, Irvine and Beattyville railroad be sold in January These goods are to be sold and not carried. We need the room for to pay its indebtedness. The upset price KNOWLEDGE INDISPENSABLE. SUMMER CLOTHING. We have also bought our Shoes j is 5550,000. our Fall Stock and they must go. ! fl'. leaviug. She'll call him back, depend upon it. A man musn't try to make n young lady show her liking for him when there Ib no necessity for it. He'll fall every time. Finally a man must never bo servile to a woman. He must retain his independence aud self respect. lie must nover get on his when making love to her." building will cost J20.IMX). TluQireek Orthodox church Ib one of the smallest org4n!zitiori9 in this conn- try, clBimiug but one orgiuation, with 100 members They have a church valued at ; j.000. Rev. Green Leo Surber preached a sermon at the Christian church Sunday in the interest of the Bible College, in Au old railroad man was converted, as which he showed how grand a work the the story goes, an J was asked to lead in institution is doing for the cause of Christ ami tin flluai4fnlnnttM nf Ilia ilarxX " prayer. This Is tho way he worded "" "' "'" """'vi. The United States census shows Jhat Lord, now that I have flagged Thee, lift up my feet from the rough road and the Episcopal churches are the richest plant them safely on the deck of tho ppr member; the Presbyterians next. t,,e CongreiMtiorialistu next nnd so on train oi sivanou. i.ei mo use uie safe-- ' . " -- ... ..., n..i.. .iuu mv ty lauip, kuown as prudence, make all "- -" the poorest and tho most numerous, the couplings in thetraln with the strong! j Eternity Ktornit! Mark well, oh, man, link of Thy love, and let my baud-lamEternity be the Bible. Aud, Heavenlv Father, keep all e Itches closed that lead oil on A "ne there a bird each thousandth ; year, from the h Us to hea-, the sidings, especially those with a blind WK.n ,' ,n vntiMlt end. O Lord, if it be Thy phasure, have ' Eternity would still remain. every Bempuoru uiou uev. j.. u. .Minicnn warns the iuuK mo mio show the white light of hope, that I may churches and ladies aid societies of the make the run of my life without stop- - Mate agHlnst ono Julius Majlleld, a ping. And Lord give us the ten com- - young Jew who professes to have been mandmonlsforaecluidule. and when I converted and unbqueutly disowned haTe finished tho run on schedule time, by bis people. Brother Millican states pulled into tho great dark station of that the young Jew ia a fraud. Ken- death, may Thou, the superintendent of tuckv Baptist unlverso, say, "Well done, thou good, -- Tho 50.000 Christian Endeavorers in and faithful servant, come and sign the Uoston lived strictly up to a resolution pay roll nnd receive your check for e ter- - adopted Saturday to use no streetcars bt. i.ouis Advocate. or other vehicles on thn Sabbath. They nal nappinecs. walked Sunday to aud from worship, Such remarks as theso are not calculaand listened to sermons by visiting minted to raise Senator Blackburn in the isters, who filled nearly all tho pulpits eyes of decent people, even if he does In a congregation at the Christian I was runfeel himself aggrieved "If church Sunday of over 'J00 persons, ning hell, and bad the Courier-Journa- l, there were less thau 25 men presTimes and Post managers, editors and ent. If their representation in Heaven reporters sent to me, I would turn tho shall compare with their attendance other inmates loose, lest they bo upon church there will verily be uot a pa"1 hope none of those sufficient number of men voices in the pers will ever publish tho Ten ComCelestial choir to furnish the bass. mandments, as it would make mo lose Rev. R. B. Mahony has been selectfaith in religion." ed by the members of the Baptist church at Danville to fill tho pulpit of its pastor, A very laughable coincidence happened in Boston, Mass., a few days ago. A Rev. J. W. Lyuch, while that gentleman couple were out riding on their wheels enjoys au extended tour ol Europe and when they suddenly took a notion to other foreign countries. Mr. Mahony marry. Appearing before a minister has also been solicited to accept the Bapthey asked to have the knot tied, when tist church at Falmouth, but ho has not the parson looked over his glases at tho yet decided to do so. Rev. II. W. Mahony, tho oldest man in his bicycle costume and at the girl in her bloomers aud jacket, and Baptist preacher in South Carolina, died smilingly said "but pleae may I ask at his home iu Clarendon county, on the ISth ultimo. Ho was ill years of ago which Is tho bridegroom "" and at the time of his death had been Thank. Tho Strange Bros., of tho pastor of ono church for more than G5 Columbia Spectator are kindly moved to years His noble and uoeful life should remark: It is refreshing to glance over be an inspiration to every one of our mln the always bright columns of the Stan- istera. Ho has left a record behind ford I.NTEiuon Jochnal, aud now since him of which his descendants may the brainy editor has just returned from well be proud. Ky. Standard. Deceased g iu tho Northwest, his was tho father of Rev. R. B. Mahony, of writings seem to be pushed with more thin place, vim aud vigor than formerly. Everybody who knows the bright and brainy young pastor of the ChrisiMriiOMCMB.Yr In passenA.NOTUKit ger train sorvico from Lexington com- tian church here, Rev. W. E. Ellis, ami mencing July Uh, the CheBapeako k who delight to hear hi ji preach, will reOhio railway put on another through gret to know that there is a likelihood of sleeping car line between Loxington, his leaving us. The church, which is "Washington and New York. The F. F. one of tho richest in the State, is far beV. train leaving Lexington at 11:40 a. m. hind in its promises to him, and as he daily carries a through sleeper to Wash can not live alone on promises unfulfillington, Instead of a chair car to Ashland ed, he will be compelled to go elsewhere, as formerly. Returning this train leaves unices the members awake to the fact New York at S o'clock a. m , Washington that they are about to lose one of tlie at 2:25 r. t. and arrives at Lexington bcBt preachers they over had, and ono of 8.35 a. m. next morning. The sleeper tho best in the church for that matter. goes on to Louisville via L. & N. R. R., Mrs. S J. Einbry aud Mrs. O. E. Cox are arriving there at 12.01.) noon. The ser- after the delinquents and it is to be vice on night train remains tho 6amo. hoped that they will couio to time. Remember that you save three hours Two LIvob Saved. each way by taking the Uhesapeake & Mis I'hoebc Thomas, of Junction City, , was by her doctors she hd consumption and that Ohio railway. Consult a O. & O. map told was no hope for her, hut to bodies of Dr there Kick's and schedule before arranging your trip the saysNew Discovery connlctely cured her and it saved her life Mr. Thos. Kzgers, 139 EaBt. George V. Barney, district pas- Klorlda St., San Kianclsco, suffered Irom a dreadful cold, approaching consumption, tiled without senger agout, Lexington. rtsult eery thlojreUe thea bought one bottle of -- to pay for a self binding reaper, while a better one can be bought this year for the price of 1ST bualul;. A Ml. Sterling paper says tho wheat crop in Montgomery will not nverace over eight bushels to the acre. The jield all over the State is greatly below the average. The Nebraska wheat crop Is coming up to exptctattons and will be s The bodies of Gus Loeb and wife, of an average yield. It is estimated that the Jews that were murdered and rob the State's corn crop will amount to 18,- - bed In Harlan conuty, were buried at nnnnrLii...ui.u)u ' Pineville. Overton and Scott, Claiborne The Lancaster Record says that J. county, Tenn., desperadoes, have been B. Warner sold 100 bushels of corn to captured and lodged in the Harlan jail the Roller Mills "l 50c. V. G. as the perpetrators of the ioul deed. Anderson sold to Monte Fox a hunch of Mrs. Lettio Lee Dawson, who was fine 1,030 lb catllo for export at 5J Miss Carson formerly of this place, died Al Hutching, of Danville, won the in Louisville last week. In her maiden first heat of tho 's.l trot at Columbup. days she was an unusually pretty girl, O , last week with Chlorine iu2:13J. The but consumption robbed her of her mare acted badly next heat and was discharms and decay and death have been tanced. apparent for some time. One child and In a race at Oakley Saturday Gralz her husband and a mother, who doted Hauley sold 2,000 to 1 in the books. In upon her, survive. other words tho hookiee bet $2,000 to 1 she would not win. She ran bst and The Liberty Bell will be taken to the Henri- XavnrrH a tn fnvnriin n Atlanta exposition as it was to the New -- Over 5,000 horses were sent to hng- - Orleans and World's Fairs. land from the I'nited States the first four Mount Cook, the highest peak in months of this vear. apaiiiHt 2 OOO fnr tlm New Zealand, 13,032 feet high, has just same period last year, which indicates been climbed for the first time. that our trade in horses with Europe is True emeralds have been found increasing. near Bakersyille, N. C, and a good out-nThe "horselees carriage" is now atis predicted upon development of tracting attention nnd inventors are the vein. bending their energies to the invention The government suiveying party of a motor that will take tho place of the claims to have found that Pike's Peak is horse, just as the electric car "emancipa- 1,100 feet higher than has been thought ted tho mule." or 15,0474 feet. The consumption of tobacco in its The big balloon Bleeves that women various forms shows a steady increase. sport this year are to be followed by bigLast month, according to government re- ger balloon hoops for the skirt next year, ports, there were manufactured in thiB so it is said by a New York authority on country 365,726.017 cigars, 305,150,300 feminine rigging. Good Lord deliver cigarettes, 22 pounds of tobacco us. Ned Bryant, a blacksmith at Lexand more than a inilion pounds of ington, masticated the cranium of Reusnufi. pet rattleben Wilson's In congratulating of John Temple snake end spit the glaring eyeballs and Graves upon his marriage, information deadly fangs on the sidewalk amid great of which was conveyed in a letter, Presi- applause. A fellow over in Lincoln county, dent Cleveland wrote: 'Let me assure you now how much we while on bis way to a neighbor's to t a neswpaper, was struck by lightappreciate the kind and touching sentiment you convey to us in our married ning and killed. There isn't any nec state. As I look back upon the lyeara essity to poiut out a moral to adorn this that have pissed since Godfin his infi- tale. Winchester Democrat. J. J. Haley, ol Rhode Island, has nite goodness bestowed upon mo the best of all his gifts a loving and affec just bought from the I'nited States gov tionate wife all else, honor, tho oppor ernment an island in Lake Worth, Fla. tunity of usefulness and the esteem of He paid 37c for it, and $5 for the entry my fellow countrymen, are subordinated fee. He mattes ISO a month by sitting in every aspiration of gratitude and on the island and catching green turtles You are not wrong, as they pass. thankfulness. Death Valley, Cal., seems to bo tho therefore, when you claim, in the atmoshottest part of the Vnlted States heard phere of fast coming bliss which now surrounds you, kinship with one who from this season. On three days in sue can testify with unreserved tenderness cession, June 30, July 1 and 2, and two to the sauctificatiou which comes to man days in August, 1891, the temperature loye leads the reached 122 degrees. For several days d when way to marriage "You will, I know, tho people of Stanford have imagined feel that our kind wishes can reach no themselves in Death Valley. greater sincerity and force thau when One fare to Washington and Baltimore my wife joins mo in tho fervent desire and return. On July Kith aud 17th the that you and your bride may enter upon and joy tho same felicity which has made Chesapeake & Ohio railway will sell round-tritickets to Baltimore at one our life one grand, sweet soug.' " fare for tho round-trip- , good to return Alexander Simms, who was banged until August 5th. Persous should re at Jacksonville, Fla , for murder, several member that tho Chesapeake & Ohio days previous to his compulsory demise, railway now has two solid vestibuled caused a collection to be taken up for trains each way daily, . with through the purpose of bringing his wife and sleeping cars, leaving Lexington 11:10 a. child from Flomaton, Ala., to see him. m. and S.30 P. it. and arriying at BaltiTho money was sent his wife, she kept more S:05 a. m. and 1:57 r. m. next day. it and sent a telegram saying she didn't Returning, tho C. & O. trains leavo Balwant to see her husband, and winding up timore at 12.4njnoon'and9:55 p. m. and with a command to the sheriff: "Don't arrive at Lexington S:35 a. m. and G p. M. ship his remains to me." next day. No change or transfer from At Jetfersonville, Ga., Mrs. William one depot to another vla'tho Chesapeake Nobles and Gus Fambles have been sen- it Ohio route. For sleeping car" reservaDr. King's New Discovery and two weeks was tenced to hang Aug. 1G, and MIbs Debbie tions or any information write or call on Dr. John Snowden, a candidate for cured, lie Is naturally thankful. It is such re. Nobles to the penitentiary for life, for George W. Barney, district passenger suits of which theso are samples, that prove the democratic nomination for the Leg- uondeiful efficacy of this medicine In coughs and tho murder of the first named's husband-Mrs- . agent, '.Lexington. the colds. Free trial bottles at G L Penny, Exor's Nobles gave Fambles 110 to murder islature from Clark county, has publishDrugstore Regular aizo 50c and fi, Hotel keeper 1 wish you might giyo ed a card in which ho says he is for free him, but he weakened and sho did the me some idea for a taking advertisement Electric Bittora. silver, quadrennial inturnpikes, free job herself with a hatchet and with FamThis remedy is becoming so well known and so stead oi biennial sessions of tho Legisla- popular as to need no special mention. All who bles and her daughter buried him iu a of my hotel. Advertising agent Have Electric Hitters you moequitoes? Hotel keeper Well, son? ture, for the inauguration of the whip- l liae used purer medicine sine the same and It of cotton patch. praise A does not exist is of course, wo have one or two. AdverClaimed. iouo Electric Two negroes, in jail for murder, ping post and for Jo Blackburn for sruaranieeu cure allan mat is the Liver and Kiddiseases of Hitters will United States Senator. This is too much neys, will remove Pimples, Iloils, Salt Khcuni and were taken out by a mob at Hampton, tising agent Then advertise that fact. You might say that at the outside limit other affections caused by impure blood; will Ark., and banged. of a load for any one man to carry. drive malaria from the system and prevent as you baye only two mosquitoes, and that m well as cure all malarial fevers. For cure ot HeadSmith, Ark., Mary A. At Fort ache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Elec" Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo. guests desiring to use tnem must apply Goorgo Washington Frazier and nitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money the world for cuts, bru'ies two months in advance. Life. The best salve relunded. Price 50c and per bottle at A ,R. sores, ulcers, salt in rheum, fever sores, tetter, chjp- Richard Calhoun were sentenced to be Penny's drug store. hands, chilblains, corns and all (kin eruptions, hanged October 1 for the murder in the t positively cure piles, or no pay repuircd. It Is At the funeral of a woman in Memmoney guaranteed to give The goiu iu me treasury has refunded. Price as perlect satlslaction orsale by phis last week all the pall bearers were Indian Territory of Andrew J. Kitten-nlng- , cents psr box. For Btood for Beveral weeks "at $107,000,000. women. A. K. Fenny, Stanford, Ky. husband oi the woman. 5; 1G0.-G0I. two-thirdi William Curry, the negro who so in advance of high prices and we know we can do you good. fearfully stabbed Harry Drake near Lex- have a ington a few weeks ago, was given five years in tho penitentiary. Mr. Drake, here, has about rewho is covered. The Russell Tribuno has examined tho records and finds that In Russell That brings you more goods for your money than you can get county, whilo liquor was being retailed, where. This is cleaning up time with us and we intend to clean the amount of taxable property wasfl,-001,01- stock. Come and sec us. under local option the amount was $1,101,700, showing a difference of well-kno- We Remnant Job Counter, any this 3 HUCHES & TATE. ! .,,.. ,,,,,, '" - Money, Money, Money I am p , , j skiid-urai- n Mutual Life Insurance Co. in representing the North-westerthe loan department and am ready to make loans in this and adjoining counties. Interest 6 per cent. Term 2 to 5 years. For full information and application, apply to n TO EC. :iLO.A.:fcT.. JOS1T BIHaBMaiaaaaaMMSssiaassssssssssssssssssssssssiBlsssssssssssssssssssaassssssssssssssssasssssssssssiMiisssssssssssssssssssssawMissasssssssssss KIRBTT. Insuraxios Agont. 1 -, , SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY. New line of Fine Tablets and Envelopes, Box Paper and Visiting Cards, School Tablets and Supplies. , j ut Writing Fluids, A Complete Stock of Inks, Pens and Pencils, School Crayon, &c, &c. Carefully compounded from pure Drugs and Chemicals. PEBSOEIPTIOITS Druggist, Stanford, Ky. d." W". IB. M'ROBERTS, - 057.-14- six-year-- or-ro- w ANCHOR : STOVES, Anehop Steel Ranges, And The BEST IN THE COUNTRV. You are invifed to call and see them. j FARRIS & HARDIN THK BLUE-GHAS- S HERD OK honey-moonin- Duroc Jersey Red Swine heaven-directe- 0jSKttSBW&oB$ Stock. R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Pigs for sale from the best types of Rejittera secured Irom too best herds la several different States. Correspondence Solicited Breeders p JAMES FETE HUSTON YILLE, KY. 3 I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolutionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem impossible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these goods will arrive in the next few days. 111 111 A good black slicker S1.25, very fine rubber coat Si. 50 worth S3. Black cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth $5.50. Mens' sandals worth 75c for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens' and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7.S0, worth $$ to Si 5. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor made for $12.50 to Si 5. former price 18 to 25 dollars. These goods are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. variety of style and quality and I know Woolen dress goods in that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist until you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabrlcks I have in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for half price. Caroets and Mattincs. My prices on these will surprise you. They are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest snaye, lor m. 15 w The sequel Buy and sell lor Casn.-worth $3. JAMES FRYE. Hustonville, Ky. JJBBSS OOOIDS great ! Klt-tennl- ng, m reei-rv- e JJ 'Pwp yJ mi-Wee- kly Interior Jourke - Stanford. Ky - July 1G, 1985 W. P. WALTON. The conference of the committees with the leading democrats of the ed v--. State, held in Louiaville laat week, resulted in nothing further than to show Mexico. Notice. 1 have placed all notes nnd how Rreatly the party is divided. The Jennie Stevens, a handsome laes of silver men refused to accept the over, who can lead and a party willing to be 10 years of age, is in the Guthrie jail accounts due me in the hands of an atwhelming defeat they received in the lead! charged with boozi to torney at law with positive instructions to file suit on all of same which remain State convention and pretended to conTub democratic committee in Louis- the noble red man. tiupaid August 20, 1M)V M. J. Harris. strue the financial plank of the platform ville has been thoroughly mo cruet ot engineers, in cnarge o exactly the opposite from what its mak- leaving no trace of what was called the rivers and harbors, will recommend an Crab Orchard. appropriation of $500,000 for Kentucky ers intended. Senator Blackburn was in Buckingham Editor Emmet Logan is back at his committee. Judge Sumrall, open revolt and not only declared that a candidate for appellate judge, has con- - river improvements. desk in the Times office, and is now en After 14 years a Winchester, O., joying a much needed rest. he would not be muzzled in reference to strued this to mean opposition to him He has Unheard of chances for bargain seekers. Superior qualities at startcouple hia pet measure of free silver, but had and announces that ho will ignore the their who had doubts of the legality of been out camping or 10 days with his ling low prices. marriage, were rewedded in the six little sons Frankfort Capital. Bigger, better and quicker returns for your money the bad grace to make a speech more committee and submit his claims to the abusive of the president and his policy people at the polls in November; that is presence of their six children. JJ William Green, a insur- than was ever offered in Stanford. For proof of these bargains com-par- e Patrick Feeney, of Pittsburg, Pa., ance man of Danville, died at Perryvill' than the meanest republican would dare to say he will run independent of party our prices with any and all others you can find. For proof of utter. Gov. McCreary's speech before and we believe and hope it is further to got drunk and slept out on the grass. Stindav of pneumonia, lie was about 40 the conference was in sharp contradis say that he will be ungloriously defeated During the night a goat happened by and yeais old. Besides a wife he left live quality examine and investigate. We have some extra values that we will make special mention of: tinction to the Senator's tirade and made as ho and all others upon whom party bit off several handfuls of his whiskers. children. him additional friends. He defended the ties rest so loosely should be. It is reported that Gen. Harrison An Atchinson cirl did so much 5 Dozen Unlaundercd Shirts) for men and boys at 20c; 5 doz. Swcat- platform, defended the administration baB decided not to accept a presidential kissing at the uuion depot that she burst ers for men 25c, worth 50c; ladies'jvcsts 5c, up; men's undershirts The publishers of the Mid Continent nomination under any circumstances, the collar button oil' her shirt waist. and made an appeal for harmony that had a decided eflect. Gen. Hardin was Magazine announce that its publication but would not decline a seat in tho Sen 15c, worth 35; bleached drill drawers for men 25c, worth 40c: oood present but did not express himself, will cease after the August number, and ate. aPAvMvAvfMvS working shirt for men 25c; bigjlot of ladies, slippers worth 75c, we A California woman skipped the which was a disappointment to some, that unexpired subscriptions will bo arc offering for 50c; silk finishcd.wirc buckle suspenders 15c, worth though we take it that he is too good a filled with Scribners, to which it has been country with f 100,000 with which her 35c; a lot of light and dark Derby Hats, men's sizes, 25 and 50c; democrat not to uphold and defend the sold. Thu publication could not stand husband, who is in jail charged with expected to securo his party's avowed principles on every oc- the competition with Northern maga- - freedom. 100 pair cassimeic pants worthlSi.50; marked down to 90c and $1. casion. The State convention declared; iiiittj mi 01 wmuu uavo reuuceu tneir The contract for the water works for sound money and as unquivocally en- price below a living rate. It is to be re plant has been let at Elizibethtown. It dorsed the administration of Cleveland gretted that the eilbrt to establish a will be necessary to get the water sup periodical in the South has resulted and Carlisle and it is preposterous to ply from a spring about one mile from permit a few malcontents, who think on- so disastrously from a financial stand- the town. 75c, ami Si. We wish to state a few facts in regard to the recent cut ly of their own aggrandisement, to con point as this one. Mrs. Ida Johnson has been found in our Clothing Department. strue either in a different sense, or cast The prices I have been cut extremely It has been over 30 years since the war guilty of murdering ber husband, contumely upon a democratic adminislow. We advise those who intend buying a suit to look at our assortJohnson, of Galesburg, 111., , ' means so much more than tration. The place or such men is in closed, and yet reports of original pen- and sentenced toJIO years in tho peniment if they want tosavejmoneyon their purchase. 'you imagine serious and the populist camp, whose platform was sion grants occupy columns daily in the tentiary. newspapers. The amount of money constructed to catch that class and SenaDr. Edward Jones, formerly super- , latni diseases result from paid out tor Blackburn ought not to wear the liv- shame to such claims is a growing intendent of the Eastern Kentucky Lu- 'trifling ailments neglected. and a continual menace to the ' 1 ery of a democrat to Berve the populistic natic Asylum, fell from a second-Btor, Don't play with Nature's prosperity of the country. devil. He is the thorn in the democratof tho asylum buildiug and was window greatest gift health. ic ilesh and his audacity, which is born The Owensboro Messenger has been instantly killed. Ifjouarefcelin of utter desperation, deserves the rebuke mulched in the sum of $500 for libeling a Near Bridgeport, Conn., a farmer out o( sort. ea & A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprieto.s, anil generally exit will get. The committee decided that lady. Since Bro. Woodson has gotten killed an employe in a difficulty over hausted, nerxous, T. D. RANEY, Manager. an aggressive campaign Bhonld be fought silver on the brain, people think he has hard cider, and placing the corpse in a : hac no and can'tactltc work, out squarely upon the platform and that dead oodles of it and are trying in vari- buggy rode with it to town, where he bCRlii at oncctak. Injc themost e a joint debate on the issues of the two ous ways to get hold of it. gave himself up. Branch Stores: strengthening parties be made. Accordingly a chalmedicine. Inch is Cherry Hill, a village in New Jersey, Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana Urown's iron l:ii- Toe letter of President Cleveland, was nearly wiped out by a tornado. A lenge has been sent to the republican ters. A few tot. ties cute benefit committee and a joint discussion between which is published elsewhere in this is- minute after the storm broke 27 houses, Virsaillcs, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. Gen. Hardin and Col. Bradley will be sue, shows that he has a heart as well ss nearly the entire number, were wrecked ery first dosci Uvn't llaiH arranged. Meanwhile Senator Black- a head, and that his marital relations are and five persons killed. tttth, a nI It a pleasant to take. burn is tearing over the State making as happy as the public admiration of All the Western railroads, which free silver and anti democratic speeches, his statesmanship is exalted. laid offso many ot theiremployes on ac wherever he can get an audience, and count of the depression in business, are NEWSY NOTES. trying apparently to further divide a diDyspepsia, increasing their force again in order to Kidney and Liver vided party. The outlook is far from Neuralgia, Troubles, Six robbers were strung up in Mexi- handle the increased business. With'a full assortment of nice Fnrniturcjbought before the advance promising, but we have not lost faith in co by order of the government. Constipation, Bad Blood boy livFearl Daum, a on raw material. Just give us your ear for a few minutes and wc will the good sense of the rank and file and Malaria, Nervous ailments A Cleveland, O., policeman clubbed ing at Lancaster, O , found a stick of dy name a number of articles which youarc in need of. Solid oak bed Bhall trust for a quickening of the demo- an insane man to death in Women's complaints. namite and not knowing what it won Get only tt e genuine It has crossed ri cratic heart all over the State and the ruuin suits $13.75. ace our line or framed pictures and made up Two hundred Chinese were killed began to whittle on it. The explosion lines on the wrapper. All others uriul rolling up of a democratic majority, during an attack on the Japs in Formo- that followed blew bis left arm off. ,!.ul" On receipt of two k stamps e frames. You will not be disappointed when you learn the price. will aend set of Ten Beautiful World' ' Wc which shall leave no doubt that Ken- sa. Practical jokers put several yards of lew ana book free. handle a nice line of furniture, such asuits, chairs, cheap beds and tucky Btill stands firm and fast in the BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE. MD. The attorney general of Texas says weinewurst in the bed of a young man couches, bed lounges, window shades, curtain poles, extension brack-siofaith, which has distinguished her as the that the u w w H, '"' W near Greenup, and the young man fight shall real home of democrats and democracy. not occur. brackets, carpets, wall paper. Price elsewhere then wc can thinking he was in bed with rattlesnakes onerman says ne is in no sense a went into convulsions. He will die. you that wc make the prices low. Farmers Rank&Trnst Co Since the constitutional inhibition Mies Anna Scbwagler, a prominent candidate for the republican nomination against ministers serving in the Legis young woman of Leavenworth, Kan., OT STANFORD, KY , lature nas been removed, tney are for president. snot nersell in tne leu breast witn a re- l new fully orgaDiied and ready lor The village of Wallin, Mich., has buiinen wil rushing to the front as if they think The volver, inflicting a fatal wound. Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. salvation of the body politic been destroyed by forest fires and others the tragedy was the result of a lover's auar-re- l. Paid up Capital of - - $200,000 depends upon them. In Carroll and are threatened. Surplus, . 20,000 David Butters got his head cut ofTat Henry counties preachers have been It is thought that that the yield ol One Gallon of- LuiHvuie, wuue sieaung a rtue on a gold this year in the world will be about nominated for the Legislature and all SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOI N NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, gentlemen of the cloth are Pennsylvania train. over the State f 170,000,000. For the laat 400 years , of The slayer of Marti, the Cuban in- all the precious metals taken ou t of the Now closing up) with the umt aueta and und. aspiring to seats in that bcdy. If their toe tame management presence would purify it, it would prove surgent leader, was captured, court- - ground, 01 per cent, has been lost or By provisions of Its chaiter, depositors are ai fully protected as aia depositors in National a consummation devoutly to be wished martialed and shot. used in the arts. Banks, iU shareholders being- held individual) Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and iiaole to the extent of the amount of their stock The steamer St. Louis broke the recbut the chances are that they will beAt Canton, O., EJ Bailey , aged 10 therein at the par value thereol, in addition to costs you tti ord by crossing the ocean in G days, IS shot one of his mother's eyes out. His amount invested in such shares, It msy come contaminated with the filth and actai estcutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully si mire of politics. Stick to your pulpits hours and 47 minutes. mother and father bad quarreled and the tn individual. ', : : To thoie who entruittd their buisineit to xu Tho total fire loss in the United father threatened to kill ber, when the brethren. The saving of souls is a granwnue mnagmi; the Lincoln National Bank a' States and Canada for the first Bix months boy proflered bis services, saying ''I'll Suslird, we we here tender our many thanks and der calling than any that can be bestowtrust they will continue to transact their business of 1893 was $GG,497,G00. .It is. ed by earthly means. fix the old woman." with ui, offering as a guarantee for prompt atta. lion to same, our twenty ytars John Ridex. of Elkhart. Ind.. cut At Pittsburg, Pa, Mrs. Elizabeth and as liberal accommodations as arc cos After taking 248 ballots, the conven- his throat because bis wife was fond of Rankin, gave birth to four largo babier, bankingwith sound banking. intent tion at Eddyville held to nominate a can- the company of other men. three boys and a girl. One of the boys DinscTont: Any Shade you like. didate for circuit judge adopted a resoThe Bale of seats for the died soon after birth, but the remaining J J. Williams, MU Vernoa, . H. Shanks, Stanford; lution declaring its inability to teach a fight at Dallas has opened. three are doing well. Three years Bgo J. S. Owsley, Stanford; solution of the matter, referred the The first rush netted $18,000. Mrs. Rankin gave birth to twins. S J. Etnbry. Stanford; whole thing back to the district commitOf 53,000 delegates who are attendThe Eastern railroad companies, acJ. B Owsley, Stanford; tee and adjourned. The committee met ing the Christian Endeavor Convention cording to the Railroad Gazette, have J. F. Cash, Stanford; immediately and fixed Aug. 31 for a pri- at Boston, Kentucky contributes 700. William Gooch, Stanlord; this year ordered 25,000 freight cars at a A. W. Carpenter, Mllledifevills, mary to decide who Bhall be the nomi The Southern Railway Co. continues coet of $10,000,000, and the same authorW. II. Cummins, Preachers 11a nee. Linn and Morrow were the only to spread itself. It now controls 5,100 ity says if the crops turn out well even S. H. Shanks, President. candidates at adjournment and they re- miles of railroad South of the Ohio river. this reinforcement will hardly meet the Dr. J.'B. OwsJey. Csihi.r. Last year the world produced 553,. demands. ceived exactly the same number of votes W.M Bright, Teller I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly 14. It is likely that only these two 700,000 tons of coal. Of this amount the R. J. O'Mabony has been inDr. reduced priccsjand United States produced 170,000,000 tons- - dicted for embezzlement at Lexington. will be candidates before the primary. on easy monthly payments, or any other terms to suit the FIRST NATIONAL BANK purchaser Robbers on bicycles held up a man specifically charged with having best. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line The organization of a campaign com- and woman, near Patterson, N. J., and He is OF STANFORD, KY. $57 50 in back taxes from Major a mittee, with Maj. L. 0. Norman at its relieved them of a large sum of money. collected of goods as can be found B. G. Thomas and failing to turn over Capital Stock- 8200,000 I am selling SEWING any where in the land. head, means much to the democratic Tho $10,000 stake money put up by the money to the city, but he says he MACIIINKS cheaper than party. Maj. Norman is the best politi- Fitzsimmons in the fight with Surplus 21,700 sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. I have ever Corbett paid it over to Collector Welch. cal organizer in the State, as has been baB been attached by a theatrical prinAttention of 5y Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. A new freight car just placed on the that this Is the the public is invited to the fat shown by the management of his own ter. only National Hank id Stanford ,. is constructed of steel. Its in- Under the provisions of the National Bank . market T - . Ml t. . 1 campaigns and be will leave no stone una.a.o. 7tT are secured not only by the capita) An insane woman at Pittsburg bung maiKsum iuruiiu.1 win De in cnargc ol the store, but in taking ventor says it will carry with safety naniiity lor mwi uut ui me iivcinuidcn turned to secure democratic success. He two of her children and then herself. amount enual to the stock, to thai itnn.i... i this position does not give up her class in Music, 100,000 pounds, white the old car only .1.1. 1. ..1.:.. : .'. but will continue has absolutely become so invincible that The mother and one of the children 01 3400,00c. are carries 60,000 pounds. The steel car on- iuia luuiiuuuii aic secures oy a tuna of the bsnk teaching as before. Address Five sworn statements of thecondition one dares to oppose him for auditor dead. no are made each yearto the United States govern-msly weighs 22,000 pounds against 26,000 and its assets are examined at stated times in his own party and it is labor lost for Tho proposed centennial at Nashby government agents, thus securing addititoaa the opposing parties to pit a man against ville is now assured. Its citizens have pounds for the ordinary freight car. and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as th Ten yearB ago the United States him. Deposit Bank of Stanford in 1858, then subscribed $110,530 to the enterprise almanufactured only 11,000 bicycles per lied as the National Bank ol Stanford in Sj and Geo. Kehu, the Louisville Commer- ready. the annum; now 500,000 are turned out every again reorganised as had First National Bank ol Stanlord in iSSs, has practically an uninterCustoms receipts for the first 12 year. cial's clever cartoonist, is having lots of ago there waa not an rupted existence of m years. It is better aupplud Ten years now with facilities for traniactingbusinest prompt fun with Wat Hardin, but he should diysof July are about $3,000,000 more electric road in Atucncs, sew tney are study the features of the democratic can- man lor the corresponding period of in every city and town in the land. Ana ty ana iioerauy than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounta of corporations, firms and individuals respectfully diedidate sufficiently to make it clear whom last year. yet there are people who wonder why ted. represent, without having George Lobenall struck his brother The Directory of this Bank is composed ol he is trying to horses and mules are cheap. "boot-leggin- Ik his speech before the conference at Louisville, Senator Blackburn looked Gen, Hardin rquare in the eves, and pointing at him with his ringer, said: er "Wat Hardin is a democrat at ttie 1G to 1 ratio, and he can not bo anything else without becoming a traitor of the blackest type." And Gen. Hardin did not open his month or in any other manner say him nay. Truly indeed does it appear that the democratic party is in the middle of a very bad fix and nothing short of a Moses will be able to lead us out of the wilderness. Oh for a lender free-silv- Three adulterers, two of them women, were taken from tho Owsley county jail and dogged. A magnificent new bridge is to be built over Niagara. One of the spans will be over S00 feet. Mies Celia Gray, of Guthrie, Okla., is the first woman ever appointed lait-eStates commissioner, In bloomers and alone, MIsa Jessie RobinBon, of Indianapolis, proposes to wheel from from Chicago to the City of d The Saesouu massacre, in Armenia, it now seems, was the result of plans laid by the Turks long before they were consummated. The elections in 110 districts in Enc land have resulted in returning 05 Un-ioniets to the Commons The Liberals so far have lost heavily. -- Elijah Hodman and Marshall Stone, young farmers of Shelby county, slashed one another with knives Sunday. Both fell from exhaustion badly wounded. 1 Summer of '95 We come to the front with extra attractions in the way of Bargains in all Summer Goods in every department. We submit our prices and let you be the judge. Not a Thought of Profit Now. m m well-know- bank-wreckin- g, first-cla- ss In Poor i SIIMMFR r.flAT VRST Kfir ,' Health , y THE LOUISVILLE STORE STAXTFOIID, K7,, Brown's :Iron Bitters tella-M- f It Cures HERE WE ARE AGAIN, self-defens- e. Corbett-Fitzsimmo- ns ai W n con-vin- cc WITHERS& HOOKER, "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT $1.40 - ONLY PER GALLON. 1 Very Fine and Durable. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Corbett-Fitzaimmon- s 1 PIANOS andORGANS. - AT-- nt P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. fide-cian- Annie S. T Harris, Lincoln; at a dance near Findley, 0., killing him J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; ter of Jane Taylor, living three miles Louisville Truth proves its right instantly. Tub J. W. Hayden, Stanford; from Richmond, was the victim of a dasto wear the name by saying that Gov. S. H. Baughman.l Lincoln; ltie Minnesota Supreme Court has tardly outrage. She was seized by three McCreary will be the next U. S. Senator granted a Btay in the case of Harry HayJ.S. Ilocker, Stanford; Munday, Jim Cosby W. A. Trtbble, Stanford; from Kentucky. The certainty of that wood until after his appeal can be heard neighbor boys, Ed M. D. Elmore, Stanford; and Elsie Broaddus, all about 15 years of one of the best in October. deserved promotion T. P. Hill, Stanford; lying in wait by the were men in politics grows every day more ap The forgeries of Z. T. Lewis, it is old, who K. L. Tanner.'.McKInney; She was dragged to an adjacent parent. M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon.Ky now conjectured, will aggregate $300,-00- 0. oats field and while two held tier the J. S. Hocker, President; Dayton banks alone are said to other accomplished her ruin. The rasThere are 084 whisky shops in LouisJ no. ;. McRoberts, Cashier; havel oat $100,000. cals haye not yet been arrested. A. A. McKmnsy,Asit. Cashier ville. road-Bide. , J to label hia caricature. on the temple with a pair of brass knucks Taylor, the daugh- Forestus Iteid, Lincoln county; TRUNKS VALISES TELESCOPES AND ! CLUB BAGS AT H. ! J. : M'ROBERTS V aftJnWllP arrjycyTMy myniffSjB " v tvfvfm' SEMI-WEEKL- Y "r4,fpt rr V - cV-- T ' V '& rj"WBP&v ' i r ' SUPPLEMENT TO THE JLNTEKIOK JOUKNAL, STANFOED, ELY. 2 - I m "Pi 1- B A WAGE EARNER'S M. I BUSINESS MEN AB0U3ED. TALK AND SENTIMENT V& L03I0 AND FA0T3. nmzm M7 mw jfly &q& uiif'n tmjxfa; Hard Times and Ilurd Work Will Result From Adoption of the Free Silver Idcn A Question No Freo Sllverito Has Answered. agitation Tho mo. Tho discussion of it disturbs faces mo at ovory turn. Many of my friends in whom I havo tho utmost confidenco aro most ardont advocates of freo silvor, and my dcsiio, boforo I had examined closely into tho quesOnly tion, was to bo a frco silver man also. I would I oould stand with my silvor frionds; but I cannot. Tho loudest talk, tho most activity, the doopost oarnostnoBS, ate arrayod on thoir Bide, but tho logio and the facts, as thoy before mo, aro against thorn. I am neithor a farmor nor a banker. I earn my broad by work which, by. tho way. is vory scarce just now -- and it is by closest economy that I am ablo to get along at all. In this condition of affairs I feel that I am "ripo for a chango" of somo sort, and I am only too eager to booomo an advocato of anything that will botter matters, and I would bo a frco silvor man if I oould 'seo wherein I could got any benefit from it. But I can soo only harder timos, hardor work to live, through tho adoption of tho free coinago idea. I havo wrestled over tho question with tho brilliant Bryan of Nobraska, with Senator Stowart, with Jorry Simpson, with Congressman Britton, and others, to seo if thoy could point a wiy for mo to join with them without leaving any doubts in my mind as to what tho result of tho adoption of thoir idea would be. Thoy havo failed to convinco mo becauso thoy havo failed to givo a logical answer to ono question 1 havo asked of thorn. Tho assortion of tho Bilvcr eido is that tbo injection of free silvor at tho ratio of 10 to 1 into our circulating moditim will incroaso tho price of commodities; in othor words, that food and othor household nocessorios that can now bo purohasod for fifty cents will under tho proposod now order cost, a dollar to tho consumor. to my question, whioh That brings-mno freo silver advocato has as yet answered. It is this: "Will not froo coinaga of silver at tho existing ratio increase tho cost of commodities, nnd theroforo docroasa the purchasing power of wagos ?" It seems to mo that my question is fair and Blrnight ; yot whon I pinnod Senator Stewart down to it last year, the California Pion tho occasion-ooneer reunion, he turned away from Bryan and tho mo gave no answor. other frionds have agrood that froo Bilvor coinago would roduco tho purchasing power of existing wages ; but aa ono of thorn said I forget whioh ono "Would you not bo willing to submit to a temporary hardship for tho general prosperity and good?" A Mr. Clark, who writes hot frco silver pamphlets, answered my quostion by saying wago earners could oven up matters by "demanding wages with tho change ;" which showod that ho did not know how hard it was to got an increase of wages. Labor and business aro depressed. silver of tho world, All tho in upon us, will not dumpod How can chango tho conditions. Suppose tho wislios of tho silver it? men aro agreed to, aud silver iscoinod into 10 to 1 dollars as fast as all our mints can do it how will wo who work for wages got any of it? Por that matter, how will tho farmers get any of it? We will havo to work for o it, and so will tho farmers. But is no work, what theu? thoro Then neither can get it. I can seo very plainly who will bo tho bonoficiarios. Tho silvor mine owners not tho workers, mind yon and tho silver spooula-torwill bo tho solo bonefioiano3. For wo will coin thoir nlver for thorn, taking fifty or sixty oonts' worth of thoir bullion and put tho dollar stamp of our Govornmont upon it, benefit ing thorn from eighty to u hundrod per cont. on eaoh dollar. Suoh a bonus is worth fighting for would be Of courso tho silver a great "snap." mino ownera will pay their minora in tho silvor dollars thus procured ; but I wonder if thoy will inorcaso wages to op-poar o IhT im RESULTS MOXKEYINO WITH CIHIM' MONTY. P???' Colnaco Orcanlzatlon in North Carolina. Tho "freo silver" mon havo for sev eral years had thmga pretty much thoir own way. That is, thoy havo met with no oraanized opposition be causo they havo been in suoh a hopo- loss minority that tno sounu poopio havo not taken tho tronblo to orgonizo to protcot our National orodit and keep our dollars as honest as possible Now that tho freo silver-ite- s aro menacing our enrroncy nnd crodit system, tho sound monoy people, who boliovo in common honesty, arc organizing in nil seotions oi tno country and aro rapidly changing tho outlook for tho freo coinage ot silvor. Tho prospects now aro that tho silver mino owners, who liavo for ten years beon investing heavily in tho froo coinago propaganda, will not realizo on thoir invostmont. Becent cxpori-enc- o of tho silvcritcs in Arkansas, Missouri, Kentucky and othor Statos which they supposed wero Bolid for freo coinage at 1G to 1, indicato rough sailing ahead for their craft. The 1G to 1 pooplo aro driving n blow nt tho businoss interests of tho country, and thoy must expect to encounter bitter Antl-Frc- o j& fl$54hJkJiJ"?K vex' r 3 J t :9t & 1, IH. lflr 9ftbh. THE TEADE DOLLAR OBJECT LES SON. SMALL CHANGE, "Stop thief" baa always been tho pry of the pickpocket who fearod capture. 80 we now nil the nilroritca who want to cnahlo debtors to repudiof what thoy owe, shout-n- g ate one-ha11 lf loudly against our "dishonest money system." This may decoive a Tbo few people, but not for long. pcoplo know tbnt if not quito perfect, our present system is better tban nny ever bad before, nml fnr botter tban ono based on fifty coat dollars. Tbo eilYeritoi all claim to bo and deny that they want silmonometallism. At tbo samo timo ver they aro load in their assertions that previous to 1873 silver was tbo unit of value, and tbo couutry bad a silvor tandard. This is especially insisted on in tbo now silver Bible, "Coin's Financial School." An tho froo coin-ag- o advocates protest thrft all tboy demand is the restoration of silver to tho position it held boforo 1873 it is clear that tboy really want to establish tbo For if uudor frco ilver standard. coinage wo wero on a silver basis, it must bo evidout that restoring frco colnago will put us back again on tho eamo for Mexican and Chinese Wages. Tho Kansas City Star (Ind.)' calls attontion to tho statement, in arccont consular report from Shanghai, that tho manufaoturor who hires laborors in Asia, nnd pays them in silver, is onablod to product goods cheaper than they can bo mado by tho manufacturer in tho Unitod States, who pays wages in gold or its equivalent. "The remedy proposod for thia'an equal competition," says tho SUr, "i tho adoption of froo silvor in tlie Unitod States, "'and, this "involToathe proposition to Cut down tho pay of tho Americau laboring man to a levol with, tho pay of tho Japanese, Ghincso, Indian and Mexican laboring man." Poor Man's Money, domagognory insnflorablo is that cry about tho "poor mans money. Thoy say "goiu is tuo moro valnablo ; it is tho monoy of tho rich, silver is tho cbeapor metal, it is tha poor man's money, thoroforo all poor mon should demand froo silver." Now, in tho namo of all tho gods at once, why should thero bo ono kiud of money for tbo poor and another for tho rich? What is monoy for, anyway? If n laboring man wantj it hs pay for his sorvioes as a fortification against timo of sioknoss, or as a competency for old ago, ho wants tho best monoy going, not tho poorest. If poor monoy is tho thing for the poor man, why advocato monoy as good as silver? Why not make tho "poor man's monoy" out of coppor and brass? Is thoro any sonsiblo reason "poor man's for talking about money," anyway? Why should not tho poor havo the samo standard of equal valuo as tho rich? roumight-witsenso advocato poor food, ragged clothes und ranoid butter as being especially adapted to tho comfort and,hap-pinos- s of tho poor, simply beoauso tboy aroohoapcr. Givo thopoor man the best monoy in tho world. His shoro of it is small enough as it is ; do not mako that sharo still smaller by giving it to him in "choap money," monoy whioh is not worth dollar for dollar just as much in purchasing power as any othor dollar in tho world, . When yon eraso from tho froo silver dootrino tho suggestion that tho poor man nooda a different kind of monoy from tho rioh man's, you havo erased a largo part of their entire stock of What h TorLInj standard. 4 , Tho 10 to 1 shonters protest ovcrJ much that tboy aro working Bololy in tho interest of tbo pooplo, bocauso of their unselfish desiro to promoto the pnblio wolfarc. How truly good of them ! But sunnoso that thero were no ofllcea in viow, and no spoils for Would tbo froo hilvor politicians. thoso samo "leaders" work so hard for And if thoro wero no ohcap money? silver mino owners to put up funds for tho frco coinage agitation, would tho country bo iloodcd with silvor litora-tnro- ? frco Not much. Tho movement is born of tho selfish motives of stlvor producers working through Bchcmers who want tbo spoils of politics. ell-T- f cr com-monsura- to opposition. Ono of tho most recent sonnd monoy organizations is tho Democratic Sound Money Club, cf Wilmington, N. O. This club was formod on Juno 21, principally by tho businoss men of Wilmington, who usually tako but interest in politios. It is said that thero is not an nctivo politician in this organization. Tho olub has adopted ajdoclaration of principles, the fourth paragraph of which roads as follows: "Wo assert that universal experience teaches that it is boyond tho power ot nny Government to mako gold and Bilvcr ciroulato 3 monoy in nnlimited quantities at a ratio that does not correspond with tho market voIuob of "tho two metals; and wo boliovo that tho passago of an act by tho Unitod States nlono providing for tho frco and unlimited coinago of silver at a ratio of 16 to 1, whon tho market ratio is 82 to 1, instoad of infiating tho currency and causing an advance of all prioes, as commonly belioved, wonld, in tho first instance, immediately drivo out of circulation of gold dollars, givo us pure silver monometallism, and contract tho existing volnmo of currency to tho create an extent of about instantanoous scarcity of monoy, all business calculations, deter all persons from entering into contracts, and, in fact, paralyzo industry, throw innumerable persons out of employment, and causo immeasurable loss and suffering. Wo assert that thoso who clamor for froo and unlimitod coinago of silvor erroneously call themselves "bimotal-lists,- " and wo demand that thoy point out how tho parity now being maintained between gold and tho various enormous issues both of 6ilver and papor money can bo continued, by tho oonfidonoo of tho holders theroof in tho ability and intention of tho Govornmont to oxohango on demand tho ono for tho othor." Similar clubs aro being formod at Concord and other manufacturing contcrs in North Carolina. lit-tl- o 029,-000,0- ono-tbir- d, dis-arran- ox-co- pt It is not surprising that all sorts of financial heresies should bo boliovcd in by tho masses when those who to bo teachers hold snob misE. B. Androws of Brown University, In his book, "An Honest Dollar," says that the world is billions of dollars poorer becauso of the gold standard. Now, if that statoment means anything, it means that thero aro billions of dollars' worth lcaaof houses, railroads, ves sols, factories, clothing, furniture; etc., in oxisteuco than thero would be nudor a different financial system. But how, or why, this is so he does not tell us. Tho world is rich or poor according as it has many or fowof tho things which minister to our comfort. An incrcaso in prices is not an increase of tho things for lack of which rnon aro poor. President Andrews ought to know better than to mistako priocs for wealth. taken viows. Eor instance President Question or Honesty. Mayor Worwiok, of Philadelphia, hitfroe silvor a harjl blowbotwcon tho eyes whon ho said in his speooh boforo tho Union League, of Philadelphia, on A argu-inont- a. I Increasing. gold is growing scarcer and That doarcr is persistently assorted by tho jilveritcs, and they havo succeeded in getting many pooplo to bolicvo that tboy wero telling tho truth. But their etatcmonts lack ono essential elomont. They nro not true. Tho oflloial figures of tho gold product of tho world for 1891 havo just boon mado publio by Director of the Hint Proston. Tho latost and completo returns aro given nnd show that tho total valuo of tho gold produced in 1801 was S181.510,-100- , Cold Production 1893. an inorcaso of 822, G7 1,000 over Tho reports from tho gold producing rogions for tho first six mouths of thiB year indtcato a nearly oqunl gain for 1895, which will mako tho llguros for this year about $200,000,-00Tho 0. tablo shows tho following production of both gold and silver each year siuco I860 : Year. 18!t5 1887 1B9S Oohl. 106,000,000 105,775,000 110,197,000 123,43'J,0JO 118.H19.00O 130,C50,fOO 183'J 1800 1891 1892 1893 1S91 Hrt,2'Ji,OOj 157,228,00 131,510,100 Hllvor. $120,000,000 124,231,00 140,706,009 155,42S,00J lB3,U3a,0i0 177.352,000 197.741,009 209,105,000 2t4,431,OJO Explain tho Fact. How do tho organs of unconditional free silvcrism account for tho fact that business has improved so romarkubly and that tho number of persons employed in tho industries of this country, and tho wagos paid thorn havo so largoly in tho last fow months? Such things havo no right to occur f of what if wo aro to boliovo these silvor monomotallists toll us. Thoy Bay tho couutry is going to tho dovil and can tako no othor diroction until wo havo tho frco and nnlimited coinago of silver. When thoy aro told that tho most wrotohod countries of all that protend to civilization havo tho froo and unlimited coinago of silvor and that it does not obtain in any groat or loading Nation, thoy say that has nothing to do with tho case; that freo coinago is tho thing for us aud that until wo adopt it things aro bound to got worso and worso with us. But somehow things rcfuso to go that way. Uusiucss is bettor than it was two years, ono year, six months or ouo mouth ago. Iu our cotton mills, eboo factories, clothing factories, iron furnaces, manufacturing industries of ovory class thoro aro moro oinployos than thero wero nt tho opening or tho year and tho averaco of thoir wages is greater. Tho wages of hundreds of thousands of men aud women havo within tho lust throo months boon increased ten and fifteen por cont. arid in nearly ovory instanoo tho inorcaso has boon ono-hal- sup-pos- Juno 21 : "To jugglo with this question is oowardieo. Wo cannot climb over it, divo under it or sneak around it This is more than a quostion of party. It ia a question of principlo Tho Govornmopt and honesty. has no moro right to debaso tho coin Tho than tho roguo has to clip it. Government does not make standards If tho Government can croato .monoy, or which is tho samo thing, givo it a valuo independently of tho actual value of tho material of which it is composod, tbon all tbo philosophers and statesmen and political economists who havo written or legislated upon tho sub ject havo been mistaken, and all tho labor and taxation to whioh tho pcoplo havo been subjected in the past havo boon unnecessary and un- justifiable. (Applanso.) Tho prom-o- r of iso of tho Government, an individual, to pay monoy i quito a different thing from a mere declaration by law, or otherwise, that a cor- tnm thing ib money. The promise may bo good on account of tho solvency and intogrity of tho party that makes it, and it may have a purchasing power equal to tho amount of monoy specified, but at last it can bo satisfied only by tho payment of actual money. It is the promiso of the Government, its pledge to maintain tho parity of the two metals, and its determination and ability to do bo, that now keep tho purchasing powor of tho silvor dollar equal to tho purchasing power of tho gold dollar; but tho moment froo coinago is established for tho benefiit of private inand corporations, this dividuals promiso would cease, becauso tho Government would bo under no obli gation whatover, moral or legal, to tax the pcoplo at largo in order to keep theso privato coins as good as goli (Applauso.) Tho silver dollar coined under such a policy that is, coined for privato persons and not on account of the Government would bo of no greater valuo than tho bullion contained in it, unless tho fiat of the Government, tbo stamp of the mint, should impart additional valuo to it. Mlmf if wrml1 rrY ilrt ut won Hinrnnmi. ly demonstrated in tho caso of trade dollars coined under tho act of Fobru- ary 13, 1873. (Applause.) Thoy wero coinod freo of chargo nnd delivered without expenso to tho owners of tho bullion from which they wero made, and they containod 420 grains of standard silver, or thirty-si- x grains moro than tho quantity contained in two half dollars, or four quarters, or ten dimes. Tho trado dollar was a legal tender in tho of all debts, publio and privato, not exceeding $5 iu amount, just as quarters and dimes tho wero under tho statuto then in force. Now, if the fiat of tho Govornmont, if the stamp of tho mint, is sufficiont to impart valuo to a coin here was an op- tho fact, Bortunity to domonstrato Tho trado was tho result I dollar, as I havo said, was and ooined for privato individuals delivered to them for thoir own use, just what is now proposed to bo done with tho Bilver dollar ; but tho small subsidiary coins wero mado by tho Government on its own and paid out by it for its own benefit, with a plodgo in tho law to redeem them on presentation in lawful money, and tho result was that tho valuo of tho groat big trade dollar, with procisoly the same legal tender quality as tho small coins, and with tho stamp of tho United States Mint upon it, declaring it to bo a dollar, went down to lest tban eighty cents, corresponding exactly with tho actual valuo at that timo of tho niotal contained in it, whilo tho littlo coins, with tho promio of tho Government behind them, havo m untamed thoir valuo and thoir full purchasing power at all time. ( Vpplanso.) Secretary Carlisle, at Louisville, Ky. pay-mont half-dollars, ao-cou- nt SyenoaliStewart- - " mm Frco Coinage II rpnotlsm. Everybody has hoaril of "Trilby" with its story of the woman who know' nothing of music, bnt when hypnotized bocamo a wondcrfnl singer. Svengali Stowart, of Nevada, baa ovidently read tho book and is trying his best to hypnotize Miss Columbia, in order that ho may mako her sing tho doleful songs of tbo silvcritcs. But weird and uncanny ns are his incantations, which his trusted followers consider speeches full of financial wisdom, they will have no effect on Miss Columbia. Sho is a very practical young woman and will not put hcrsolf in the power of a political quack. Tho Senator from tho silver mines may ohnrm never so wisely, but it will bo all in vain. Ho is discredited and his performances aro all humbug. As a hypnotist ho is a failure, and he may as well go out of business. SOUTHERN SILVER SENTIMENT. ,4. 1 :t-- Honest Dollars for Honest Men. Tho Macon (Ga.) Telegraph (Dom.) says: "Speculators and schemers can live, no matter what kind of monoy is in circulation, but tho honest man wants an honest dollar. He shonld that ho is going to get it boforo ho gives tho order for the sup- ply." Don't Want Cheap 3Ioncy. The Milledgovillo (Ga.) Union-Re-cordorBay- a: r M , , ft K "Many of us aro poor and in dobt and willing to pay our dobts dollar for dollar, and wo do not wish choap monoy to pay with. Wo fear that what wo havo to sell wo will havo to tako cheap money for. Wo may get a good prico, nominally. It will not bo bocauso tho commodity will bo worth tho price, but becauso tho monoy is worth so little." "Prosperity With a Venseance." "If tho country cannot prosppr.T says tho Lawrencevillo News, "with, both gold and silvor in use as money, how will the pooplo get along with nothing but silver? Wages will not bo raised, nor tbo volume of money increased, but tho prioe of overything will be doubled. It will roquiro of such money to buy what a gold or silver ono would purohaso under tho double standard, and with only half the number of dollars in circulation at that. This would bo prosperity with a vengeance." two-dollar- s "Free" Is tho Catchword. s, point "commensurato with the chauge?" I do not kuow whether thoy will or not, but I do not think I am raih in saying thoy will not. Why should they, except as a mattor of Sonnd Money. But sentiment is not busiTho Riohmond Stato says : "A silvo ness; aud business says: Got your labor a3 choap as you can and soil dollar passes for n sound dollar whoa tho Govornmont will givo a gold dollar your product as doar as you can. But let tho Win. MoCabe, in Amorioan Industries. in exchango thorofor. a o son-timen- t? Thoy aro mado by of valuo. and tho laws of supply and deTho Government can't make mand. It honest a thing that is dishonest. may bo ablo to compel obodionco to iu doorecs by forco, but it has no moro right to stamp fifty conta' worth of bullion with tho doolaration that it is a dollar that I havo to steal a dollar Tho moment from mv friond horo. it doos that it makes tho Goddes3 of Liborty on that ooin toll a lie. It is simply a question of honesty, and in tho namo of God don't lot tho Govornmont of tho Ropublio bo dishonest. If tho Govornmont can tko fifty cents' worth of bullion, and can by its impress mako it a dollar, it can by tho cents' Bamo powor tako twonty-fivworth nnd mako it 820." com-rasre- o This is tho convincing nnswor ot In facts, against silvcrito thoory. viow ot those ofllcial figures it will re-- ( quire uuusunl impudence on tho part of the cheap money advocates to repeat their claim that gold is growing scarcer and that a few bankers can corner tbo world's supply. Kaiser Wilhelm, of Germany, is vponding $1,500,000 on additions and improvements to his palace in Berlin, which it will take soven years to, complete. Last year $350,000 wero spent Ha rebuilding tho northwestern end. Sound Money Sentiment in Kansas. Outsido tho silver producing States it is gcuorally supposed that Ktuixas is the leading froo coinago Stato in tuu Union. This is largoly becauso tho Pooplo's party ia solid for frco silver, whioh it find j ontiroly consistent witu its financial thoorios. Thero is also an aotive silver sontimont among tho Republicans and Demoorats of tho State, but voluntary. is the reason for this judging from tho result of au examina What, tbon, croat and ceneral improvomont in tion by tuo Topoka uapitai, tno groat business and this gonoral iuoroaso of majority of tho Republicans nt least aro opposod to tho froo coiuago of silwagos? Is this a timo to revoluIs this a timo ver on any torms. Tho Capital pubtionize tho curroncy? to abandon conditions under which all lishes a list of the prominent Republitho rautorial intorests of tho country can papers, showing that oighty per aro improving and adopt n system of cent, of them which havo taken any currency which, wherever it oxistsis position on tho silver qnestion are fouud in connection with National in- against frco coinage. It also gives tho feriority, commercial insignificanoo names of a number of leading Demoand degraded labor? Atlanta (Ga.) crat io papers, all of which oppose free silver. Ab tho sentiment of the peoJournal. ple is fairly represented by their local nro ten "fruit schools" in uowspapors, it is ovidont that with tho Thero Frauco whero pupils aro instructed exception of tho Populists Kausaa is practically how to cultivato and bus- - on the side of sound currenoy and an ""Ltr uoaeBt dollar. '.Ll,. band fruits." - Govornmont ouoo decline to moke such an exchange, what then? Tho bullion in a silver dollar is worth say about sixty oonts. Therefore tho silver dollar cannot bo worth intrinsically a3 much as a gold dollar. Gold is tho world over as a money metal and it ciroulatos overywhero ai monoy at a fixed valuo. Silvor Is not so rooognizod. It is not an inter national monoy. Thoroforo its circulation valuo, its fictitious valuo if you will, is not equal to that of gold. In short, asllver dollar cannot walk alono. It must go with a crutch or it falls. It is not sound monoy." A' silver dollar in this oountrypassos at its face valuo of ono hundred conts, and is oxohongeablo for a gold dollar. Tho Mexican dollar passos at its faco value in that country, but it is not exchangeable for gold. Tho result is piooe of Americau that a fifty-oomoney baa tho samo purchasing power in Moxico as tho Mexioan dollar. And yet tho 16 to 1 fiatists declare that tho gold behind tho American dollar is not casontiol to its current value. Aropahoo (Nob.) Public Mirror. nt Tho Savan nab News says : ' 'The word 'free' in tho silver questiou is .the drop of molasses that has attracted a Wipe that word great many fiies. out, aud the storm about the diminish rapidly and porcop-tiblTho word 'free' has a mighty power to charm. It is tho embodiment of tho idea of getting something In the re'iiiiihi;r. for nothing. That idoa has always Our fathers in 1792 intendod to es- been a fatal ono to people who havo "bimetallism,"-"monometallism,followed it up. Tho hopo and desiro neither tablish nor any "mctal-lism- " to get valuable articles freo aro tho whatever. Thoy tool: things as lifo of lotteries and gambling tables. old and Bilvor Green goods men play upon thoso thoy found thorn in circulation. Nor did thoy at- weaknesses nnd find tho business vory coins tempt to croato a unit. Thoy accoptod profitable." as such unit tho coin which was then Sound Money. in most universal uso about them by commercial sanction alone, aud arTho Riohmond Stato says : "A silver ranged to make coins of tho eamo dollar passes for a sonnd dollar when valuo by putting into thorn tho proper the Government will give a gold dollar And so far were amount of Bilver. But lot tho in exchango therefor. thoy from tho idea of croating a now Govornmont ouco declino to make such matter of fact, an exchange, what then? Tho bullion standard that, as a thoy declaiod that tho coin thoy pro- in a silver dollar is worth say about posed to mint should bo "of the valuo sixty cents. Thereforo tho silver dolof tho Spanish millod dollar ns tho lar cannot bo worth intrinsically as same is now enrrout" thus constitutmuch as a gold dollar. Gold is reing foreign coin at its commercial or cognized tho world over as a money bullion valuo, tho actual standard by metal and it ciroulatos everywhere S3 which tho mint was to be governed. monoy nt n fixed value. Silver is not Recoguizing tho fact that gold was also so recognized. It is not nn interactually used, thoy provided also for national monoy. Thoroforo its circugold piece, tho coinage of n lation valuo, its fictitious value if you. to bo "of tho valuo" of ten of tho sil will, is not equal to that of gold. In was in turn vor dollars, eaoh of which short, a silvor dollar cannot walk alone. to bo of tho valuo of the Spanish dol- It must go with a crutch or it falls. A laborilar aocoptod s tho standard. It is not sound monoy." ous investigation was had as to tho gold which the amount of Bilver and eoins shonld respectively contain in The Improvement in Wages. ordor aocuratoly to express thoir value, Tho Now Orleans Picayuno closes an, and tho result was duly bulletined by editorial describing the recent general Constitutiontholawin accord with the advance in wagos throughout the o al provision "to coin monoy ana just as at country as follows: "With these facts tho value theroof," lamentations frequent intervult, to this date, the boforo tbo country, thoaro somowhat coins of our silver friends rates at which tho several foroign does not are aceopted at tho Treasury are duly ludicrous, and the Picayuno will provo belief that thoir argumeuts efbulletined, and as for fifty years who-sofectively aud up to date as a matter of convincing to tho workingmon, rovimr their condition steadily law tho worth of certain foroign coins enough ta wero aud aro estimated by Fedoral ing, and who havo sense realizo that thoy cannot hopo to livo statute Hon. John DeWitt Warnor, as comfortably, if paid in a deprein Juno Forum. ciated curronoy, as they do at present Of what advantago to them will bo tbo A l'oscr lor tho Populists. advance in cotton, wheat, pork and which "If tho free coiuaga of silver 13 such the other necessariesbrought tho silver-ite- s about by hold must bo a good thing," asks tho Memphis recognition of silver, if the money Scimitar, "why is it that tha greatest tho and most enlightened Nations havo in which thoir wages aro paid has a diminished purchasing uowor?" abandoned it?" y. " ! i t ! ten-doll- a-- '4 i i reg-ulat- I o ti M tfa Wtti ill li i JL -A ; u k iuMUdhUMhS! rt n - 'ST "W-- -"- "-rrri" ,r jrv THE STORY OF LIFE. J flNHNNKil .'Soventocn cities in tho United States up each of larger area than Berlin wkh its population of 1,579,000. , in rear. Jfl?iral by tho oxamplo of Dr. Thiv-rlc- r, who sits in tho Fronch Chamber ,in a blouse, another Socialist, a pig merchant named Dologe, offers himself .or election with tho understanding that, if successful, ho will attends. the ' sessions in blouso and sabots to boot. Tho farmers in a Louisiana parish met and with great unanimity resolved "that each and every member of tho order hereby obligates himself to use tho most rigid economy until wo get out of debt, and thereby bo financially independent of any man or sot of men." Tho San Francisco Examiner thinks Japan is getting, too civilized. The With promises of glorious huo, l And tho world Booms wallod with truth. Sunlight and tho noontldo high And tho wandering wars of men , In search of pleasure far nnd ntgh, ' They know not whoro Us vaUeys llo. Nor how, nor why, oor when 1 Banllght and tho evening gala And tho dull twilight of ago f Tho eyes grow dim, tho pulsos fall, Whilo mournfully tho damp winds wall That blur Ufo's blotto J pago 1 Sunlight and tho morning dew, And tho dazzling dawn of youth, When Xoney paints tho boundless blue ' Sunlight and tho after glow On tho cloudless brow of heaven Though dark and droar tho earth bolow No pain of llto his soul shall know, Ills sins aro all forglvon il. 31. 1'olsom, In Atlanta Journal. 1 c )ast steamer brings word that a Know Nothing society has tried to blow up Xllio Minister of Finance, whilo tho Government is accused of turning over 160,000 yen from tho Secret Service land for tho olection expenses of the A BRAGGART IN LOVE. HE womon had gono to tho drawing room, and wo had finished first cigars, when tho conversation struck on matrimony. W o wero all married men explaining how it happened. Tho other guests had told in turn their littlo story in tho -- Liberal Party. Indicativo of tho efforts that must be mttdo to stay tho wavagoa of a singlo species of predatory beast is the information that tho Stato of California has paid out S187.000 in bounties for coyoto 6calps, aad has scalp claims against it to tho amount of $118,000 still unpaid. Now a technical question has arisen as to whero tho money shall como from to pay for coyoto killing. V rt'tL v W) t ; frco confidence ono feels at tho oml of a perfect dinner. I had related my romance, and wo now turned to our host. "Nnrlin, how did you win your wife?" "It's a long story began on hunting pass in tho Arizona desert, crossed Tho Berlin Yegotnrian Society has tho water, and ended in Colorado. had a hard timo lately disciplining Light fresh cigars." eomo of its members for breach of tho 'SG. I think laws. Ono of them was found to bo a Geronimo it was tho summer of was not yot taken, and wo dealer in poultry, who oven went so had been chasing in our turn until, far as to personally slaughter tho for lack of backs and feet, our horses birds. Another ono was found to bo wore lagging in tho race, and wo were water-hole- s set to in tho San conncctod with a newspaper which ad- Simon, watch so polluted with ralknli and vocates tho uso of horseflesh by tho arsenic a Bensiblo savago would havo poor, and a third for using Bhunned it, as my dyspepsia, which date3 from that campaign, fells mo I in his stamp collections. failed to do. Somehow tho Geronimo campaign A California paper boasts that a always reminded mo of a singlo school district in San Bernar- tho Indian scouts keeping their noses dino County of tho Stato is seven close to tho scent liko dogs too slow times ns largo as tho Stato of Rhodo to forco tho bush into the opon, whilo Island, and has more coyotes than tho the various troops, liko hunters in different wind, held and lost the wholo of New England. "But wo placo which promised first at tho finwould wager," comments tho Boston ish. If you know Arizona at all, you Cultivator, "that tho school children will rocall how sharp and rocky are in Bhodo Island aro better taught than tho crests of tho divides; being lines this land the coyotes in that district, or tho of most resistance intho sharp, of deep erosion, they retain jagged coyotes of New England than tho profile often seen in the snow-ic- o of school children of that district." mountain drifts as it disappears in early enmmor. Below theso ncoops lie a colony of rounded recedA discovery, tho valno of which to ing and growing less until they end in tho medical world cannot bo estimat- broken bowlder mesa, which, with ed, has just beon mado known by a numerous arroyos, fades into tho soft, New "York physician, announces the level adobo plain, and blends, as unChicago Herald. It is an antidoto for suspected as tho canvas walls of a join the rocks and logs in tho jnorphino poisoning, and, judging by pit below you. the result of an experiment conducted Tho Indians preferred theso sharp be foro a number of New York doctors, crests, 'which wero for them both s and impregnable basit is complete. Tho discoverer mado tions. Occasionally they would strike the experiment on himself, much, across tho valley, kill a and however, against tho protests of his steel fresh ponies, and rancher,troop somo fellow physicians, who wero less san- would cut in and crowd them in tho guine of its powers. Convinced of tho open till they took tho next divido valuo of his discovery, Dr. Moor, tho and met somo harrier that balked tho discoverer, swallowed threo grains of pursuers and forced on them a detour, whilo some other troop, through ncci-domorphine, a sufficient quantity to kill of locality, would tack and take tho most robust adult, following it tho chosen placo on the trail, giving with his antidote. Tho usual effects for a few days its dust to tho other of morphino poisoning, languor, sleop, pursuing columns. It was a weary flsh-glu- o fox-hun- t; foot-hill- p, watch-tower- nt death, did not appear. Instead Dr. Moor was tho most cheerful and enthusiastic participant in the discussion which followed his attempt to "commit suicido." Tho antidoto is tho permanganate of potassium. rocent monograph on tho subject of "Geographical Concentration in American Agriculture," written by John Hyde, and road boforo tho International Statistical Institute, gives somo curious facts about tho cultivation of hops in this country. In 1810 tho total production of hops in tho Dnited States was 1,238,502 pounds, BG.ll per cent, of which was producod jn Now York, and 40.23 per cent, in Massachusetts and Now Hampshire. Forty years later tho production hail Increased to 2G, 5 10,378 pounds, Now York contributing 81.48 per cent, of Xbo total. In 1800 tho hop production of tho country was nlmost revolutionized. Now York still contained 73.03 per cent, of tho total acreago dovotod to hops, but her yield was only 47. 10 per cent, of tho total production. Tho explanation of this phenomenal chango is tho remarkable productiveness of the hop lands of tho Paofllo Coast States, tho yield per acre, according to Mr. Hyde, being nearly threo times as great as that of tho hop lands of tho Stato of Now York. Tho next ten years will produco a still greater change. Tho census of 2000 will probably show tho Faciflo Coast producing tho major part of tho hops consumed in tho United States. If they do the production must bo enormous, for no Industry in this country ra growing more rapidly than the browing of beer, for whioh a supply of good hops is s. A Btern-chas- e, performed under burning honor and left us, and back-Bor- o and winded, at, tho base of tho mountains, whero wo wero ordered a day's march back into tho valloy, near tho border, to guard water holes of tho San Simon in tho sullen month of Tho nights woro getting August. bearable, but tho day heat still held on with the stubborn insistenco of a Southern summer. Our camp was not happy tho water was bad ; our alves, but littlo thicker than cheese-clotproved leaky and wo reinforced them with our ; wo had no amusement except to growl, wish wo wero in tho chaso and wondering whoso blooming intellect had squatted us down among to watch Gila monsters and sand-flit- s water so foul neither soil nor sun Would drink it. Something was going to happen, for tho strain was telling on men's nerves. Tho weather was too hot for camp idleness, and wo wero near tho "lino." I was first sergeant of L Troop then, nnd, next to a coward or a thief, I think I loathod a deserter. Wo woro near tho border of Mexico, whoro ono must not cross, but whero smuggling is permitted and vico possible Tho men wero getting irritable I knew the signs, the tension was reaching snapping point. J had boon thinking of it all day. That evoning John Leighton. and I wero working under tho orderly fly at tho "records" wero posting Vnugn and Murray's "finals" in tho clothing and descriptivo books. Vaugu was a corporal nnd Murray our blacksmith, who had becu killod tho week before on tho day wo pushed tho foot-soro shelter-hh, sun-shade- skies of cloudless bluo in a thirsty land of heat intolerable. Wo had had onr littlo spurt; had brushed them off tho divide, and for three days led in tho open across tho valloy to tho Sierra Madre, whero fresher horseflesh cut in from our right and took from us tho placo of s, saddle-b- lankets nan to quit pressing m stirrod tho foliage, it wovo marvelous It was a figures in trefoil and tracery for fancy Bavo our train. clover bit of 'vork. and five bucks- - did to play with ns with thoso rnado by it, killing two men for us, losing us flames in n grato. Now it was the linos our gamo just ns wo were bagging it. of a Oothio window, seen in nn old Leighton was company clerk, a cathedral' nlmost forgotten, and now,o talented, handsomo fellow ; had servod on grander scale, tho design of drawn-wor- k rccallod from my out in India. Ho had a choering freshness nnd facility of expression, lady's chamber. Leighton was there, mantilla besido and spoko with tho quick, falling in flection and directness oi tho Ivngnsu him. I could only half boo tho oval of tho face, bnt tho figure in speech ono bo quickly learns to love. Ho was mechanically ruling doublo was slight and protty, for I caught its s in n book whoro a lifo's ac graocful outlino later whon thoy count of services had beon credited passed mo. Next evoning, at a baile, Leighton is and closed, much ns a bank-boo- k rnlod whon a statomont is rendered presented mo to 1'anchita. Togothor from a balanco Btruck. Tho words they woro dancingho and this protty "Died" or "Deserted" placed in rod animal, with eyes for him alono. In ink in thp flpaco below showed tho tho desort bo rapid is love's kindling, catiso of closing for servico abruptly so quiok and full its flame, no charred brands aro hero left on Tho usual remnrk was or terminated. expiration term of lovo's altar. It is consumed, and ,what "Discharged by survives must spring, phconix-likcecrvico" ill black ink. will bo the from firo or clso descend from heaven. "Sergeant, and whoso After tho danza ended, Leighton next bloody D'?" asked Leighton, near was standing in without a ring of feeling. "There'll bo plonty of 'em, if this Panchitn, with tho collar of his jersey opon nt tho throata trick of his that blooming heat continues nnd wo mado mo Btispcct that ho had Boon in this camp," I replied. Wo wero working at this official sorvico in tho navy. Ab ho leaned over funeral in tho sultry summer night by her, Pnnchita's oyo caught sight of tho lookct chain, nnd ho removed tho tho unsteady light of lantern-candleand wero not feeling impressed or locket, opcued it, and handed it to reverent. Leighton was in his under- her; this timo not indifferently, but shirt, opon at his handsomo brown with all tho pride of prized conquest. I was watching Panchitn closely as throat. As ho leaned over tho books at work, a locket from hi9 bosom fell bIio gazed fascinated by tho portrait, tho slack of its gold chain and struck aud I saw hor tremble. Only as I read her faco thou by what I now know, can tho desk. I noticod it, and ho took it off, I tell how woll it expressed all that handing it so mo with indifference. Ho hopoless boubo of loss which comes had openod tho locket, rovenling tho with tho abandonment of things loved1 portrait, which was that of n fresh or desired. For an instant her eyes young girl, ono of thoso Bwcct Eng- showed tho rago a child sometimes lish faces, whoso charm is complexion feols for nn inanimate object, when and expression of confideuco complete. that object has hurt it. And I thought Tho eyes arrested yon pathotic, soft she would break tho lockot ; then tho brown oycs,so tender they seemed to re- woman conquered, and sho smiled as proach, and, asyouchangod your point sho retutned it. From that moment her abandonof viow of tho miniature, followodyou full, warm light. I havo ment toward Leighton wad comploto: with their seen such affectionate light only in tho her gayoty andgraco becatno exquisite, brown oyes of faithful dog3 watching whilo a look from him would lead hor. ' 'Oh, you Eastern dervish of hearts 1" thoso thoy love. I exclaimed to myself, as Panchita loft Seoing my moro than casual notice of tho portrait, Leighton added: "It's him and skipped to gut a handful of an old story ; not worth tho tolling ; I cascaroncs nnd then returnod, crushing tho pretty tinsel spangles in n don't know why I keep it." Ho spoko with tho samo absent in- shower over his brown head and throat. terest wo wero feeling over this work for tho dead. It struck mo as peculiar of a bird, and her eyes never left him. that in a romanco accomplished thcro Sho was becoming intoxioatod with her should bo no traco either of bitterness own movemonts; hor cheeks wero or remorse, only weary indifferoncc. Unshod with bright fovcr spots, aud I wa3 so quickly fascinated by tho faco her eyes shouo liko Btars. On and on that Leighton's manuor annoyed mc, thoy danced, seeing only each other, and sho looked as if sho could danco nnd I did not ask for tho story. overheat innkea men irritable, forever. At length Leighton proposod thoy for somehow I resented this carcloss follow wearing about him a faco liko go, and she oboyed his wish as if that, with less interest than ho woro hypnotized or impelled to do it ; and, his spurs. I did not then notico tho ignoring her duenna, they left torcscmblanco of tho face to Leighton's. gether. I stoppod abruptly and thought of Tho next week I rnlod Leighton's desertion, changing tho conversation to this, tho subject of my day's mus- official opitaph in tho L Troop records thus: "Deserted from hunting pass ing. "Leighton, something's got to be August 18, 1880." You see, tho ca30 was nn awkward douo to reliovo tho pressure. I know of tho bailo ho had tho lieutenant would liko to do so. He one. Tho night been stabbed in tho park. I found his feels the pulso of this camp nnd knows body there, and ray comrades wero tho symptoms. But what can ho do? to htring up his orders to remain hero aro impera- aboutadmiror, for Morales, Panohita's tho stubbing, when tive, and ho can't 'pass' us across tho local I stoppod thorn. line." "Hold on, boys, " I said ; "remom-be- r "Hunting leave, " Jaughod Leighton. I promised tho lieutenant no 'com"Hunting leave, then, lot it be," I replied, "with no questions asked as plications.'" bocamo officially a So Leighton to our game or preserve, though lean anil I kept my word. yours will be, you young tell what Besides, I doubt if stringing up mako out a hunting imp to Morales, for pass for six." Leighton was humming would havo been fair when I found Leighton's body, tho a catchy servico ballad that had aptho year locket was lying on tho ground bosido peared in London music-hall- s it. Tho clasp was open and tho portrait before, and did not reply. and mutilated, as if by Next morning, I prcsonted with tho tho d point of a dagger. hunting pass for six report four-dayI think Loighton half knew what ho Tho lieutenant dipped his pen men. was doing when ho flaunted that poriu the ink and held it in contemplation ho was a careless for a moment above tha place for sig- trait at Panchita chap, and loved danger in a way to nature, looking thoughtfully across win any woman's heart But you bco tho level plain. Then, with quick dein this land, cision: "I wish, sergeant, you and it was his first affairtheir temper. and ho was mistaken in Leighton would take hunting pass, How could I let his record remain Ho nnd let no complications arise." so? Well, what could I do? Besides, signed tho pass, adding our names to Leighton was not his right namo, as I tho text. his Tho following evoning found us all found out afterward when reading adlo get his relatives' After dinner, whilo homo letters name was in Correlitos. Jack Langhorn, smoking fragrant Vuolla Abajo of tho dress. His strolled through tho and that locket tho rascal showed me "Zona Libra," I a portrait of his youngest narrow streots of this old Spanish contained fouud that out in writing to tho wealth of a west- Bister. I town,, watching was his family, whom I told that Langhorn ern sunset, whero tho after-glowas killed by tho Apaches in the fight mountaifast fading. High abovo tho Fass that occurred two n-tops lay great billows of russot at Chirachuca his death. weeks boforo flame, with crosts liko tho mano of a later prairio fire. Lower in to Threo years wbcro Jack's sister camo I met her in Coltho States, tho madro spread tho purodeep purplo orado, tho year after I left tho sorvico of southern twilight, whilo from tho s camo tho soft evening breezo and inaae tho striko at Harqua Hala. now, and yon mot after tho heat of day. Even Sho is Mrs. Narlin But remember, she born her at dinner. sounds foil on tho oar so gently you hor porhalf thought that boforo reaching you they knows only Jack the story ofwas killed Langhorn trait, and must havo loitered to batho in tho tho acequia and caught somo of its mur- byC. Apaches.in Let us join tho ladies. Argonaut. Overton, mur. passed two groups of On tho plaza I Saw tho Stomach Work. Wo front to PUZZLES FROM A KIE' HISTOIIY OF TITS Doc Nn-tur- SHHOUDED IM MY3TKRT. MINE. low ground, nnd under immem boulder, although ofton in shallow beds)f lino red sand or under a hard DIAMOITD crust of lime Tho puzzlo hero, again, to kuow how all theso goms cam there. Chambers's Journal. in deli-cat- Scatter Kroiu red-line- half-burne- d shirt-sleeve- s ro-ma- in s, Pos-bibl- y In Spiico? South Africa's Mines. S is protty widoly known, tho , !..- vit U..il. uuiitu timuiuim iuiui-Africa, Hituated chiefly in West, consist of largo depression!", filled with earth, varying in color from yellow to gray nnd blue, whioh is described ns a tough, dry mud of volcanio origin, sometimes hardened into reck. This mud, or "blue," ns it is technically callod, is ouclosod in a basin of rock geologically kuown as "pipe," which iBsupposodto of an extinct volcano, into bo which tho mud has been injectod from below. Tho four principal pipes or mines lio within a radius of a few miles, and ire known as Kimbcrley, Do Beers, Tho genDutoitspanandBultloutein. eral features of all aro alike ; in each, tho upper part of tho soil ia yollow, changing, at from fifty to ono hundrod feet from tho surface, to a bluo ground of greater density. Tho diamonds wero .first discovered in tho yellow earth'; and when tho miners had clcarod that out, they imagined that thoy had como lo tho end of tho diamond ; but it was soon found that thoy wero oven moru Abundant in tho bluo ground ; nnd ninco that timo tho mines havo beon carried down to GOO and 800 feet without any diminution in tho yield ; on tho contrary, tho deeper the excavations aro carrion mo ucuor appears tho output. Tho "blue," when excavated, is carried up aud spread on tho grouml, whoro it lies for months, to bo disintegrated by air and water, and is then washed and pickod over carofully by hand to find tho diamonds. Scattered through tho bluo earth aro not only , diamonds, but a great variety of and otlur agates, iron pyrites substance?, among which Mr. A. A. Anderson, tho travelsr, bolioves ho flint implefound many ments from different depths ; aud Mr. M. E. Barber, as early as 1871, reported tho discovery of many worn and perfect flint implements at Coles-berKopje, in diamondifcrouB soil, from coniidcrablo depths, which, if conflrmod, would add another to tho with tho many puzzles conncctod diamond mines', especially if tho volcanio theory is to bo maintained. Mr. Anderson, however, looks upon the bluo ground as occupying tho bod of an ancient lako, aud that the diamonds, flint implomcnts, fossil wood and other substances had bocn brought down by an anoicnt river, now by tho Vaal, distant twelve tnilos or more, the bod of which at various poiut(, and tho rocky banks on both sides, are rich in diamonds, tho rock of tho river bod boing of tho samo uaturo as that which encloses tho Geologists generally inclino mines. to tho volcanio theory, bnt bclievo that tho diamonds aro of an"earlier dato than tho upheaval of tho mud containing them from an enormous Uronilcnst Somo llcr Gems World Sl'.MXT SUTINUS. Tho word Arizona moans ctymologi cally, "big nose." A duko during tho middlo ages im an independent soveroign. The namo I'tolomy was adopted aa title by tho later kings of Egypt, Tho oldest Now England Church, ia point of uso as a religious odifico, ii at Uingham, Mass. Tho list of English BRthors and their works givo tho titles OtOtor 800 poems nnd essays on "SolUudo.11 Italian soldiors aro ctvon clean every day, but havo to pay for their underclothing, washing and all toilet M Gri-nuala- articles. Now York has tho biggest gas tank in tho world. It towoFs high above street, tho buildings in West Sixty-fift- h and holds 1,000,000 feet. " 'A Schoolmaster' wishes to his little daughter, ogod eleven, for a boy of similar nge," w an odd advertisement in tho Kcntiflh go Mercury, Euglaud, recently. When tho ostrich is to bo divested of its plumago a long hood is placod on iUt ncad, and it is thou conflnod ia a railed inolosuro about threo feet Tho birds rarely show fight. Bquaro. A. B. Myers, of nanovcr, Ponn., lost both his hands in an accident ycarB ago. Ho was rccontly married, and nlgnod his marriago certificate Ufa with a pen held in hia teeth. ponmauship is flue. Tho register of a ennntry hotol in Mniuo ono day recently contained Italian?, Turks, Greeks, Canadian, Fronch and Gerranr.., each written in tho owner's language. A lako of boilinu mini, two miles in circumference, exists in tho island ol Java, near Solo. Masses of soft, hot mud continually ariso and fall, and huge mud bubbles explode liko bal loons, with reports use guns, ai me rato of threo a minute. A Japaneo audionce, when they wish to oxpresa disapproval of a bai play, do not hiss or hoot or make any hideous and incouvouicnt uoiso ; they murolv rio to their foot and tur thoir backs to tho stage, upon which tho curtain immediately dec"onds, and tho play is forthwith tabooed. A cat, imported from Madagascar, hi in the poiwoHsion of V. C. Robinson, of Now Castle, Ponn. Tho auimal ha no tail and runs like a rabbit. The cat is a groat r.tbbit hunter, and caa follow Mr. Buuny into almost any burrow. Mr. Robinson claims that il caught nineteen rabbits ono day re contly. Homer stolo all his work from a preceding poem ; Aolian mentions on4 Syagrus who preceded Homer ana wrote a poem on tho sioge of Troy, and Suidas saya Homer got his beet passages from a poom by Corrinnua 01 tho samo lubjcct. Tho California Indian's bow is made from tho whito sop of wood of th cedar, tho outnido of tho trco bcin tho outer sido of tho bow. Tho stick is Bcraped and polished with pioccs obsidian. Then it is roasted in aahei and bent into shapo. Their nrrowi aro mado of button willow, twigs oi tho buckeyo and canes. Wet Weather Philosophy, As I was passing through F slroet on a rocent showery morning, I saw sitting iu fron an umbrclla-monde- r of tho door of nn office building, work way on n heap of broken unv ing brollaH, which evidently ho had cole lectod from tho tenants inside. Th rain was falling steadily, nnd tho ma must havo boon wet to the Bkin o ho returned their property to lii customers. I could not forbear ask, ing him why ho thus invited a bath. "Why shouldn't I?" ho asked in re spouse. "Because it ia a bad advertisement "A tailor for your trade," said I. tdiould bo always well dressed, a shoemaker always well Bhod ; by tho sam logic, a man who deals iu umbreilai ought to bo dry when other person aro getting Boakcd with rain." "xou'ro dead wrong," ho answered, promptly. "There's no suggestion oi positivo Buffering in old clothes oi n bhocs many peoplo lik them bettor than new ones. But whon I oiler to mend a man's iinibrolla 1 mako a great deal moro of nn impression on him by coming into his pro enco with a wet back. Ho says "to himself at once: 'Is it reniy so we( outside? I can't bland that sort oi thing. It would givo mo my death I' And out comes his umbreHas at once to be put iu repair. So, you soe, trndo on my miserable appear anco. II is just as much of a tool for me as mj nippc-- or my wrench." KatoFicld'i be-for- names of Mongolians, Ruasiann, Prue-riian- s, crya-tals- well-worke- d g rc;ro-Bcntc- d Ancient critics ss.id noraor wae Naucrals charged th! plagiarist. Tho great majority of South African diamonds aro amorphous, cloudy, yellowish-looking soapy-feelin- dopth. g masses, "do-Bcrter- ," I w blood-staine- varying in sizo from a pin's head to a small pobblo; but somo aro perfect octahedrons, white and very brilliant. o Theso are, of course, tho most ; and, singular to relate, although theso variotiea occur in all tho mincx, yet tho general characteristics of tho goms, whether dull or brilliant, whito or yollow, aro sufficiently distinctive to enablo an oxpart to say at a glance valu-nbl- s' wind-fanne- d foot-hill- comrades, ono Booking solaco in brandy, tho other, fortuno in roulette pleasant pastimes tliat might lead to "comxdications" whilo money lastod, and woukl boar light watching. I wnlkod on to the Jardin do Oro, a Bmall public park, whorj soronadors aro iuspirod and listeners btroll or seat themselves, on bonohes or tho grass. Only thoso who havo suffered tho heat and glaro of a campaign in tho desort can form any idea ol tho physical luxury of green trees and of water. I was Bcatod listening to tho soft Indian Spauish as it fell about mo in slow chatter. From afar it mingled with tho murmur of tho fountain. What a contrast this eccno to tho hot camp I had just loft, where woro hoard only tho whirr of tho rattlo-snak- e or tho iusistont cooing of tho o Tho studonts of tho Baltimoro of Physicians and Surgeons tho other day wero treated to an insido viow of a man's stomach at work, and it is said to bo tho first timo that the spectacle was over soon. By means of a flexible rubber tubo a diminutive, but powerful electric light was introduced into tho patient's stomach, and tho lights in tho room boing loworod, tho darkness permitted over 2000 to boo tho workings of the stomach, Tho experiment was conCol-legBtn-don- ts ducted by Professor Julius Frioden-walNow Orleans Picayune. I HI d. Different Tastes in dims. lonely turtlo-dov- o mournful sounds Apaches off tho divido. Wo wero mi crowding them to closely in tho lower pass, when a few bucks slipped offinto tho canon and nipped our pack train which seem to add to tho vibrant heat. Abovo tho mountains, lay a zono of troubled white, from which tho moon had now risen into tho full, upper blue, causing tho leaves overhead to east shadows iu nrabesquo on tho grass at my feet, where, as tho night breeze flint looks, In guns tho with stooks carved and paintod in colors and with barrols paintod in peculiar hieroglyphics, aro sold to tho Arabs and African tribes in quantities. Tho Sbnth American takos a dainty barrel of tho smallest gaugo, with tho stocks also olaboratoly carved and ornamented. Tho European buyaa gun exquisitely flnishod and inlaid in tracings of gold. Chicago Herald, old-styl- o from which mine a diamond has come, tho samo holding good of Vnal River gems, and of those from Jngcrsfoutoiu, in tho Orango Freo State. Here, then, is another puzzle. Ho'.v is it that gems so apparently similar, having presumably n common origin nnd embedded iu tho sanie matrix, havo acquired varying characteristic? Darao Naturo is an adept at hiding her secrets even from tho prying oyes of scientists, for although tho diamond mines of South Africa havo been known and worked for moro than twenty years, scarcely anything has been added to our knowledge of the gem itself. Tho aucieuts called it Adamant, and wo still regard it as tho hardost of all things; yet it is easily smashod by a blow, can bo cut in flakes by tho dishonest jowol-leand is oftou found bo cracked and flawed as to crumble to pieces untouched; nevertheless tho splinters will picrco tho hardost rock, and even when reduced to tho finest powder, will cut nnd polish all otlmr gems. Until tho discovery of tho South African mines, all diamonds came from India and Brazil ; but it was, of course, tho Indian mines which buppliod the Old World ; anil, strango an it may seem, to our belief iu tho superiority of modorn oraftsracn, tho jewelers of ancient India, and possibly of Homo also, had discovered tho art of and even of piercing tho diamond, an art which our modern jewelers find most difficult. Thousands, perhaps millions of years tho diamond has bocn in existence, yet its origin is still n.mj story. Puro carbon, tho chemists call it, but in what nlcmbio it is distillod thoy kuow not. Embcddod in mud, it undciilcd; yet cometimes it will bo found tinted by Bomo chemical proooss so as to becomo pink, blue, yellow, nnd oven black, but it always remains a diamond, not to bo confounded with tho commoner crystals which often bear it company. In tho Vaal River diggings it would seem to havo a constau companion in a curiously streaked pebble, known as tho "bauddoom," which, when a digger finds, ho knows that diamonds aro noar. In theso diggings tho gems aro not found iu "bluo" ground, as at Kimbcrloy, but bomotimea nt a dopth of from twenty to seventy feet in yel well-directe- d r, well-wor- s Washington. Largest Library Iu tho World, Tho largost library in the world is tho National Library of Paris, containing moro than 2,000,000 printed volumes and about 200,000 manuTho British Museum has scripts. collection of about 1,500,000 volumel and exceeds tho St. PetersL..rg Imperial Library only by 12,000 volumes. Tho Royal Library at Muuieh contains about 900,000 priuted works, and it is excoptionally rich in pamphlets, whilo tho Berlin Royal Library haa 800,000 volumes, that of Copeuhagon 510,000, that of Dresden nnd of the University Library at Gottingon each lias 500,000. The Imperial Library at sity Library iu tho samo metropolis haa 370,00'J. New York Independent. Vionna has 400,000, while tho Univer- n fcm " iYiA J" ' m9mrtmmmmvmmmii-)i-- r'l fod-.-r i - ajx --- ,WW.-- . ih-- wmi hBW -. -.. - . t.uUlN, e!&M 1. - . TgW"Caw"' Mrs. Bin Si'aldiko and Mr. Thomas A good second-hanportable Hill Spalding, of Lebanon, were guests engine for sale cheap. B. K. Wearen. at Col. T. P. Hill's, en route to Crab Springs. Gkt your window suadee, curtain poles 3TANFOHD, Kv - - Jl'LY 10, 1805 ond extension brackets from Withers A CITY AND VICINITY. Hocker. Thoy are ud to date. A world of hats at W. H. E. C. Walto.v, Business Manager Shanks'. Mr. and Mrs. Georoe Stuart, of Paris, Fanc v pieces In China at Danks'. havo a brand new boy at their house. . PERSONAL POINTS. Mrs. Stuart was tho lovely Miss Sallie Cider mills at Higt-inAMcKinney's Moore and her friends hero send conMies Lizzie Uhowniko ia visiting Mies Born, to the wife of James Sprinkles.a gratulations. Lou Elliott. boy. Miia. E M. Nuviua hits been vieitlu Miss Katk Blai.v, superintendent, rolntivi-f- l iu Marion. Thy the cash plan with Severance A tells us that of 01 whito teachers examMica Julia Peyton, of Louiavillo, ia Son this six months ? ined, 10 got certificates, 10 secwith Mrs. S. T. StnifK. ond cIobs and 10 third-clas- s. Nineteen Cheap wheat for chicken feed nt J. Mies Edna Couhts went to Lebanon failed entirely. H. Baughman A Co'e. yesterday to visit frlenda. Craii Orchaiid Springs is enjoying a Mies HoiiKiiTA HhhiiitIb ButlerlnR from Chaikkd ice tubs 7oc. Imitation cut season of old time gayety and guests are a severe attack of bronchitis. glaeH. Danks, the jeweler. already testing the capacity of the place Mb. Gko. B. Huhton, of Pittsburg, ia . There are said to have been 50 arrivals Oils, paints, varnishes, etc., at Craig A bia father, Mr. Win, liurton. one day last week. Mil J, A. Mini) spent several days Hooker's, the New Drug Store. ... 11 with bis brother at St. Marys. Lancaster has nt last adopted standWiiitk duck vests and pants and neckMimLiz.ikKkknkv, of Richmond, ia wear ard time and sho may catch up with tho in great variety at W. II. Shanks.' visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Htcu. procession in the sweet subsequently 9 . Ma.nley W. Tvhkk, of Clinton, Tenn. Our readers will find much of Interest if it be not too long delayed. Meantime spent Sunday with his mother hero. in the extra page we send with thia is the Record is doing its best to lift it out Miss Jk.nnik Dl'ncan, of Lancaster, is of the slough of despond and inactivity Olothing-ev-e- r sue. . visiting her sister, Mrs. It. C. Warren. . The Louisville Times is a little out of Mil. and Mna. V. M. liociLK started on Vol should examine our remnant and their to New Orleans yesterday. Job counter and our clothing. Hughes date in telling of the killing of Dan Kidd at a picnic at Pellyton, Adair county. It Mn. M. K. Loan, of Louisville, spent iV Tate. happoned nearly a month ago and our Sunday with bia wife at Mr. II. T. liar-ria- '. Have your carpels cut, sewed and readers will romember the full report pressed without waste at Withers A Misa Is a hills Bailiy is visiting this paper gave at the time. The Times ' Hcckcr's. Misses KIU and Daisy WinKitu at Mid Columbia man is evidently working that way. You should try a load of Noel A Son's papor. -..mMna. J. K. Karris has returned from a cannel coal at only 10 cents per bushel y, P. W. Ghkkn has sold to Thomas delivered. Visit to Mrs. Josephine Evans in . of Junction City, hla at Your account is readv and I must have Row mil, ck, stock and barrel. Mr. Mua. W. 0. Llliojt and children, of money. Please call and settle. W. B. Mornsv tendered the money for State Madlaonvllle, aro guests of Mrs. John P. Mcltoberts. llcene to sell liquors to County Clerk J. Jones. Gaiiriii, Hknkknhtki.v, of Cincinnati, Ik you you want a great bargain go to K. Cummins, who refused to accept it, is the guest of his uncle, Mr. Robert Withers A Hocker and get a full spring and In- will on the advice of his lawyer, proceed to sell any way. Fcniol. Turkiah couch for J5. Miea Mollis Hhookf, of Crab Orchard, Manse Rectoh, a brother of Lewis Mmsacieb for doctors left with Craig A ii visitiuK Her brother, Mr. J. It Urooks, Hocker at the Cash Drug Houeo will be Rector, now in jail here for safe keeping, at Ilarrodsbitrg. charged with horse stealing in Laurel Missis Mattii: Pa ton, Fannie Shanks promptly delivered. county, enticed little Susie Price, aged and DjIUo Mcltoberts leave Thursday One of the largest and most Belect line 14, from her home near B g Hill, Jackfor Lake Chautauqua, N. V. of hats ever received in Stanford at ono son county, and brutally assaulted her. Mn. and Mns. W. H. Good, of Danville( time at W. H. Shanks1. Thkhe will be a big hop at Linnletta This is the second ollense of the kind are spending a week with his father, Mr. Rector has committed in the last two Springs next Friday night, 19th, to which -B. F. Good, Bt Turnersvllio. All who have not paid their city taxes months and he will likely be hung when Capt. Richards invites all the devotees of will bo advertised in next issue. Sam Mns. 8. E. Cuiitib, of Georgetown, and Terpsichore. caught. az fr n I jttr ... Miss Itachul Allison, of Lexington, are W. Menefee, city tax collector. ,11 1 . While returning from Danville one Tins is the first time in a long time visiting Mrs. Stephen iturch. Fr, July 1st we shall conduct our re- night last week, four of Stanford's young that the I. J. has appeared with never a Mn. V. M. Lackey spent several days pair work and optical business on a spot men were yelling like Comanches and letter from any of its numerous corresvery pleasantly visiting relatives and cash baais. Danks, the jeweler. shooting oir their pistols all along the pondents. We have long since learned, friends in Garrard and Madison. , n 9 Is Kecoiving His Mn. Thomas Mkcaiv, of Wilmore, Go to Withers A Hocker and get what road. They Bhot into a tree full of chick- howover, that it is better to put our truBt his wife here Friday and went to furniture you want before the advanced ens in the yard of Mr. James Gastineau, in the Lord than confidence in reporters, . JDlned : : near Willow Grove school bouse, killing so we prepare for any emergency and : Crab Orchard Springs for a season. pricea on material go Into effect. several. He ia making an eflort to find get there all the same. Mn. Ei'UEXK Hum a mi, who has spent Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give Tumi: was a very small crowd at Dan- out who the parties aro and will report me call. ssveral weeks with his father, Prof. J. M. Di'riko the thunder storm a little afville yesterday and fewer stock than for them to the next grand jury. Hubbard, left Saturday morning for his ter noon yesterday, lightning struck and years on the county court day market. home in St. Louis. The Kentucky Poet makes big men- killed in a pasture near the Lancas-ta- r . Oariioll Shanks had the misfortune A horse belonging to G. A. Hurst, tho tion of a family near Cincinnati, in a fine Gatnbetta Abdal-lat3 fall oil of a load of wheat the other lightning rod man, was struck by tbo which four generations are represented. Messenger mare, belonging to J. day and was considerably hurt about the cars in town Saturday night and po bad- Every day at the Myers House here can 0. Bryan, which he valued at 1500 and a back and shoulders. Fitted by Latest Scientific Methods. ly injured he had to ln killed. be witnessed a similar case. Mrs. Con- mare belonging to Mr. J. M. McRoberts . Miss Ktiikl Giums, of Chattanooga, nor, who is still a comparatively young worth about $100. Both were standing Havinq secured the services of Mr. returned with Miea Annie Dronaugh En woman, sits with her daughter, Mrs. under a tree and were killed by the same gleman and la now her guest at her home Lewis II. Bellebaum, an expert pharmaKittie Burnslde, at the table, where are bolt. cist, we are prepared to fill prescriptions also her daughter, in the Shelby City section. Mrs. E. P. Owsley, MATRIMONIALMATTERS. Mr. Gaiii Lackky, of Cuero, Texas, day or night. Accuracy guaranteed. and her daughter, Mattie Hays. We have Specialist. and bride, whom he married a few weeks Craig A Hocker. II. B, McKenney and Miss Bertie ao in Ohio, arrived yesterday to visit A vehy hot wave followed the pleas The Moonlight Eete given by the Sims, of Cadiz, Ky., were married at Bosyoung ladies of the Presbyterian church tae family of Hon. G. A. Lackey. ton, where they were in attendance upant spell and yesterday's humidity add- on the College grounds, Friday nigh', on the Christian Endeavor Convention Prior. J. M. IluimwU) went down to ed to the inteneity of the heat. A num- proved as much of a success financially Gallatin, Tenn., Sunday to view the situ, ber of nice showers fell and cooler, fair as it was a social delight. Refreshments as delegates. ation before accepting the presidency of In n divorce case in Cincinnati the weather will likely prevail were served in the chapel by beautiful the Female College at that place. other day the judge announced from the Mies Lizzie Cka.nk, who has been with We have some accounts on our books yonng ladies, daintily attired, while the beuch that "Any man who gives all his Mrs. J. S. Itico for a month or two, re- for which we have waited long and pa- sweet music by Deckelmanu's orchestra sIary to his wife is a fool. My experturned to Cave City yesterday and sev- tiently and now we say to those who tilled the air. A number of ladies acted ience baB taught me that the average eral young men have gone in mourning owe them that they must bo paid. A as eutertainers and the young people woman has no idea of tho value of monr, Mr. S. V. Rowland and his hint to wise people is sulllcient. Hughes enjoyed themselves till a late hour. The ey. The one exception Is the old Gerproceeds were $32. Mies Mary llite Rowland, of A Tate. man market woman." .. Danville, were here eeveral hours Satur- In addition to doing a rushing retail Mr. John Bright telia us The Croi-j- . day en route to Richmond to visit rela- trade, Manager T. D. Ranoy NEW ADYKBTI9KMK.VTS. tells us that tbnt the wheat crop in this county, tak.At the Very. tives. the Louiaviili Store has quite a large ing quality and quantity into consideraD11. R. Pinny and Ed Wilkinson V. jobbing business, which is constantly in- tion, is not over a half average. Mr. J. are at Liberty to close the contract for music with the fair company. A Casey creasing, tie says he sells goods cheaper B. Adams only got five bushels an acre from his crop and it graded below No. 3 county fair without the Stanford band than they can be bought in the cities. Those milclited to the oiute ci John M. ReiJ The average in the county will not ex- will pleaie icitle with me at once and those to wouldn't look natural. Arthur Todd, who Btabbed young ceed eight whom it it indebted will pretent their cltimi propbushels. He says the corn erly verified to me for payment. Mr. John van de Water, from Hol- Marlon Thompson to death at a singing JOHN H, FOSTER, Atia visiting Mr. George 0. Givens school near Woodstock a couple of weeks crop is unusually fine, as are also the land, Kxor. John M. Keid. JS He is n son of Mr. A. P. van de Water' ago, was tried at Somerset last week and meadows and oats crop and the apple who spent several years here and bought given 10 years in tho penitentiary. Todd crop an immense one. Lovers of branconsiderable property. is only 10 years old whilfl Thompson waa dy aro already smacking their lips in joy ful expectation. Uarhy Giovannuli, of the Danville a year bis junior. 9 Successors to J. U. Hlggint, Dealers in Advocate, was up Thursday night to see h ire. Tho residence in Tub examining trial of Shelby Nunn Diadem Lodge confer the second and for tho murder of William Best was con Darsttown occupied by Mr. Frank A. third degrees. Mr. G. ia a very enthutinued from Thursday till yesterday on Ayers and owned by Mr. Reuben Wilsiastic Knights of Pythias. liams was burned Sunday morning about Mr. J. Kmckck Rominbon and Capt. motion of his attorney, Capt Win Hern 3 o'clock. The fire originated Ky. in the Charles Gallagor, of Lancaster, took the don, who evidently h anted to delay the kitchen and when Mr. Ayers awoke it We will continue the coal business at Mr. train here yesterday lor Clear Creek inevitable as long as possible, that is the had gotten under considerable headway. old sund and wilt have on hand at all times holding without bail. Springs, in Bell county. This is the 13th best coal whicn we The fire laddies were out in full force, the very sell strictly for cash will deliver promptly. We will to consecutive year that they have summerSomerset is as crazy about base ball as but as there are no fire plugs in that sub- the interest of the people ot and will maketo itpay this section ed there. Time is coining on and you will want lots of Summer Goods. Stanford was several years Bgo, and if urb they could do little other than save Cash. 37 Don't Editor T. 0. Adams prints a bit of one is to judge by the amount of space the surrounding buildings. Mr. WilW1" uke I can 'for cash or in1"he hides leatherget fcrget to look at our stock. Fancy Goods, Notions, Summer Wash breezy Impressions of Stanford and Lin- the newspapers of that thrifty town liams had insured on trade lor the house for $1,000 court days at Stanford or at my home in Goods, Fans, Handkerchiefs, Parasols, Small of all kinds. coln county in the Richmond Panta-- give to tho gamo, the editors are someChas. Ennslin, Tanner. just three weeks beforo in the North graph made during his recent visit, in thing of cranks on the Bubject themBritish and Mercantile Insurance Co., which the Interior Journal, Ugurcs and selves. Hardly a day passes but what a represented by Mr. JAMES J. H. Kirby. Most which we highly appreciate. game is playbd there and frequently they of the contents of the house were de- Is a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Mn. and Mas. Ohai-maColeman, of have two. Lincoln county, subject to the action of the Destroyed, including $37.50 in cash. mocracy. November eloction, 1895 Mercer, Mrs. Thomas E. Kirtley and Beatrice Uahraiikn, author of "Tho daughter, Miss Hallie, of Greenville, Ships that Pass in the Night," Killed iikr Papa. When Louis CofhsB writ W. S. BURCH, Texas, Mrs. G. T. Helm and daughter, ten another story fey, a young man of 19, attempted to which will appear in Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Mies Pinkie, of Danville, and Mrs. Rev. T. Y. World, in two reach tho house of Isaac Burnett, near Schools of Lincoln county; subject to the action the Dresses will be in demand for three months yet, so you should come G. W. Perry man, of Newport, have been Installments. get his daughter to elope of tho Democratic party. It is a story of American Monticello, to visiting Mrs. Joe F. Waters. now before the stock is broken. with him, he was discovered by Mr. Burlife and is said to be very interesting. Wk regret that our friend R. G. Wil- Remomber you can got this paper and nett, who charged him with doing so. liams, who represented Centre College that for $2.75 a year, a total of 20S Coffey called him a liar and as Burnett coin tho oratorical contest at the Lexing- piesa little over 2 cents a piece. approached him drew a pistol. Burnett -:- ton Chautauqua, failed to secure either grabbed for the weapon, which was disStockholders here in the First Na- charged both balls taking effect in Burof the prizea. Thoy were won by W. W. Ky. Ballard, of Kentucky University, and tional Bank at Florence, Ala., are getting nett's body from the effects of which he very tired of the monotonous reports died after several days suflering. Cofley John Norris, of Georgetown College. 3 A sickly gotten up announcement of that it Bends out. For a long time it has gave himself up and is now in jail, Bur1895. stated its gross earnings at certain nett was 15 years of age and a highly rethe opening of tho of priPrimary, Preparatory and Collegiate Depart- Forget we have Summer Goods and they must go regardless Birmingham, at Ala., amounts and covered them by bad debts spected citizen. Coffey's reputation is ments. Institute Scientific, Classical and Special Course ol ces'. Miss received. Olivia and expenses. If all the money that our not so good. He was very much deject- Study. baa been .Schools of Music, Art, French and Elocution. W. Summers, formerly of the College people have lost in such and other doubt- ed until he received a message from the Best teachers employed, each a specialist in her is principal and she will be ful ventures in the South and West bad girl, who is but 13 years 0! age, that she Own Department. faculty here, Boarding pupils under th direct supervision of assisted by a full corps of teachers. This been kept at borne very many of us would go with him aa soon as he got out teachers. For further Information, address would have been a great deal better off. of jail. College bad 120 students last aeason. WILLIAM SH1LTON, President. 34 dcMi-WEEKL- Y - Interior Journal d Or-cha- rd Next t9 knowing- when to seize an opportunity, the most important thing- in life is to know when to forego an advantage." ) s ... FOOD FOR THOUGHT. first-cla- ... tniiinnnnnrnnntnnnit y Ch m -- in it-tur- The best offered m this section of the countrv our $7.50, $10 and $12 Suits. It wU P ay you oSr S Department ls ful1 of goods at low prices also So is our line of goods, for we endeavor to select d indmcely made goods and offer the public the 2 kn(?wled&e. Call on us and judge for yourself Our prices are low, for we bought these opportunity was given us and therefore t 1 iS lwhn advantage is yours. M j ' Mor-ries- Dan-vlll- e. bar-roo- m 1 i$tttttt$mwtt$$nitt THE GLOBE - Strictly One Price Clothing House. JL. Frohman & Co., Danville, Ky. H.(URUPLEY.-A at III..,. iii wwr !.. mmmv& .. -i- m m SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. toll-gat- e h PEOTACUEI ." For Diseased Eyes, DANKS, THE JEWELER, AND OPTICIAN. to-da- y. grand-daiighte- MCA mmm dTAflB f HOTIOE. LOWEST : PRICES, -- R. R. Noel & Son, of Coal, His-gin- B W. H. WEAREN & CO.'S one-sto- ry All Kinds Stanford, s' v Otteu-tel- F. IIOLDAJI, Twice-a-Wee- k PICNIC STANFORD College, Female Stanford, FallScsslon Opens Sept. Polock-Stophe- ns V ' SEVERANCE & SON. LlLe. TIT -- y traveling wild boast mcnnperlo well known In Italy quarreled with his wife Published Every Tuesday and Friday and tho pair separated. The wlfo soon AT afterward went into business on her $2 PJCR. YMAK IN" ADVANCK own account In tho wild boast line. s Last week the husband's menagerie arrWhen not so paid S2.60 will be charired.-rived In Uolognn, and It was followed K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. two days later by that of his wife, Tho m an1 3 " husband was equal to tho occasion. Ho Trains leave Stanfoid t had tho walls of tho town placarded arriving at a:jo p. m. and 9:05 p. m. with tho following ambiguous anL&'.N. LOCAL TIME CARD. nouncement: "In consequence of tho of my this Train going North.. ,ij7Pm arrival of wild wlfo In has town, my No. ili beasts . 3 5 m stock b.ecn InNo, 16. ' .11 04 p m creased." London Dally News. " South No. 13, . 15 P ni " " No.- -, r-t- mmm ist, jimi, P- - A MeitaRPrie Man's Sattm Somo timo uro the proprietor of a . 1 "It bad enough to lose one's temper," said tho good deacon to his Sunfollows: Trams past Junction City day school class, "but how infinitely .3 3? P No. South ......U.4S m No a North 4 ..1.3S P m " 3 worso to swear over It." 11.15am 6 t ?c a tn " ..vij a ra Tho llttlo fat man on the front seat .6.00 a m 10 ...... 8 4 j p m ' o ' Norit. No. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no fur. nervously mopped off his forehead. ther than Junction City, nor on S indiy. "I'd like to know what you're going to do," ho said, "when you aro a baker, and just as you get your arms burled In a tub of dough two hundred lllcs make the discovery that tho wholo top of your head is bald?" The deacon said ho hadnt thought Is 1 QUEEN & CRESCENT. DlMcult to Answer, The following ia ft list of fairs in Ken. tucky, with dates oi meeting this year. Lebanon, July 24 -- 3 days. Lawrenceburp, July 30 -- 4 days. Springfield, Aug. -3 days. Danville, Aug. -2 days. Sharpsburg, Aug, 0...4 days. Nicholnsvillc, Aug. 0...3 days. Carapbellsvillo, Aug. 13...4 days. Versailles, Aug. 14...3 days. Columbia, Aug. 20. .4 days. Shelby vllle, Aug. 20...4 days. Winchester, Aug. 21.. .4 days. Sheperdsville, Aug. 21. ..3 days. London, Aug. 21. ..3 days. Maysville, Aug. 22...3 days. Lexington, Aug. S7...5 days. Bartlstown, Aug. 27. ..5 days. Barbonrville, Aug. 2T...4 days. Liberty, Aug. 2S...3 days. 11- Why? Tonic DE, Groan Briar Springs SALE. FOR to To-da- y "W. b. PEinrs", u W Five vcars ago fewpcrsons tn America had heard of Ramon's Tonic Liver Pills and Unmon's they Pellets. are used in thousands of households. What has worked this change? Four different things. 1, This is not simply a lher pt.l Persons dcilrirg a place of this llnd will find It thtlr advanlaie to call on Or address, MRS. MARY K.SLAUOHTEU, Crab Orchard, Ky. ,4 Kh! I 'u j Post-Otfi- Dentist, W. S. Burch, Atty at Law : Stanford, : Ky. Opposite the M c THE BAST1N HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Traltii,nlght and day. Patrons taken to any part ottown Flee of Chatgt. Rood Livery Attached, day. it 6m -- Office on Main Street, but an entire treatment. is n complete substitute for a physician in liver troubles. ?5-'-- It Newlsnd, Urputy Sheilfl. Buroh era! Collecting 2t ITGA7land, "hcn tke JJ. It costs ouly purchased separately same medicines if would cost 50 1 7'- v. r( Hotel $1.00 per A. II. IIASTIN, Prop. Faro Conoral Collectors, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky WeefTer our lervlcts tothe public to do a gen Accounts, nulri, etc limine 11 6m collected in all parla ol the county. . The remedy oris gently nnd not violently. It dots not arouse a feeling of weakness but makes you feel steadily better from the first day. 1TOTIOE I M stor-Iieut Franklin, Arg. 2S ..4 daB. pOYAl fflElK of that. K. Y. Recorder. Ilonctttly Won. hero-worshipi- "No; In Dill Wiggins' hotel. There were only two men In our town In Kentucky who had ever been In the army at all, so wo cut tho cards to soo which should be 'general' and which colonel.'" Washington StntP" 'i r. A Honeymoon In Italy. two after his marriage A day or Absolutely Puro.i met Ills friend Gelsomlnl on tho A cream of tarter baking pow- English promenade at Nice. "What, yon here?" der. Highest of all in leavening "Yes, I am on mv wedding tour." strength. Latest United States "And your wife?" Government Food Report. "She has .staid at Milan to mind the POWDER CO., house." II Carllno. ROYAL BAKING An AtrntKo Housekeeper. 106 Wall Street, Now York. Mrs. Illnple What perfectly horrible weather we are having. I haven't seen is tho sun for a week, and everj-thin- wig POSTED. Isas "How did you get tho title of 'gengirl. eral'?" asked a "I cut my way to It," was the proud Central Holiness Camp Meeting, Wil more. Ky., meets July 20th to August reply. d fare lor "On LaGranne, Aug. 2S...2 days. Williamsburg, Sept. 3.. .4 days. Paris. Sept. 4... 3 days. Bowling Green, Sept. 4. .4 days. Louisville Trots, Sept. D...0 days, lilizabethtown, Sept. 10. ..4 days. Horse Cave, Sept. 17.. .4 days. I'aducah, Sept. 24. .5 days. Owenaboro, Oct. 1...5 days. Greenville, Oct 9... 4 daj a. 4. It is absolutely harmless. Sick or well, it can not he a bad thing to take, ns it purine the Llood and tones up the v hole system. Why not trv it for those occasional headaches? It will stop them. OO At all dealer, or roMt. for 30c. S box $1 MfO. CO., New Vork. EROWN tt Itavinc- - ifofl.11 to move ta mv storr-houve a deiraWlo Stanliird, Ky., I the butlneispeitionol Rowland which I will sell or rent at a icauitublo price. For Information ap'I. C. IIAI.L. ply to, Denorn ITour C.ttlQ. sore cattle I will fo to any place where there are slacr to tehoin. I do the woik with tht Lightnlrg Dehoruer Can dehorn any cew In For sale by lobn U. V. B. McRoberts. A. O. Lanhtm three seconds. Iheknilc makosa clean, smooth ci't, do not crush nor btak the horn, as the clipper It Is the only humane way tods-hor- n Store lloom (o feet deep, plate tlass front, the Doh net punish he animal like the saw, shelving, all new and elejaimy latest modern and the wound gets well s quick k'i" as that y for dry cocxlt, clothinc or druf store. made by the saw. For further tcfatmatlen, call located on the Public Stuart, amont Hie on 0. A. PHY ION, itsnford, Kv. cath ttor or the town Terms and price light. See the I.ightn'ng Pruning Hook, let. H. II. IIATSOS, Lancatter. Addicts AT LANCASTER, KY. FOB BEHT, do. Cen-trall- j Cattleman. the field?" One and evthe round trip via Queen & Creecent beof meeting Irom all points ery day tween Cincinnati and Chattanooga inclusive. Ask agents for partlculais. W. C. Kinearson, U. r. a uiuciiiuhii. Oth, 1S95 one-thir- ROYAL insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. KBEE & OASTLEM AK MANAGERS, NashvillD, Tenn., College for Toung Ladies, It to deliver Ice irom the Manrord Water, Light and Ice '.'orarany's factory ICE Sto-- Rov.'.Gco. W. F. Price, D. D Pros., At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds Mrs. S. 0. Trueheart, Former- A.:d over andc a pound for 10 pounds and up to 100. Illllt due lit of each month ly of Stanf jrd, Ky., Lady PrinK. UKF.MF.R, ijianlerd. POWDER 0. m cipal. Three llulldinct. room for oo boarder Faculty of 40 Officers. Teachers and Ucture rt. Patronage vjuth Piiviltk't n anderbtli l (torn entire . Mii-- 1 llnri-collct- tl The Queen iV Crescent Route will sell tickets from all stations In Kentucky to tf A Cincinnati and return at one and 2Gth, to morning fare daily July trains to August Gth, account Oakley Races. Ask Queen A; Creecent agents Oommorce for particulars. one-thi- rd m TO THH My Millinery Spriog Hat. INDIES snl . I bept, Building, Louisville g ClIAl'TAWA, Low rate excursion will be run via Queen & Creecent and Erie Lines, Thursday, July ISth. See small bills or ask Q it C. agents for rates and particulars. XlAOARA AND ToitOSTO. Ageoti thrcughout the South w. s. btjrch:, Attornoy at Law.l is. ArtMuJio ,'y'n-nattufonservsiory Fiue Panetiger Fieators. 1rm btKln Send for Catalogue. u ai-j- iud examine and is yeu will,! Call suie is buy a ne HEAZLKY, Stanford, Ky I1SSL1CC1E St an ford, - r7. A. TBISSLE, Local Agont, STANFORD, KY. Kentucky. THE LADIES CORDIALLY : Street, oppetite the Court OSiceon Home Collectiont iccme especial tlenthm. t.scir INVITED Tbefollowincfsrwers have posted hflr jaml and hunter, and traPFC.U A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, CWX Mrs. Ilingle (a day later) Mercy on us! Marj! Tho sun is shining right in on the carpets. Close the shutters. X. Y. Weekly. Kept III Vow. moldy. m3 Ko WBABBN, -- Wallaoo E. Varnoxi, Law, Attorney at - - Stanford, Will ac. Kentucky. Assign-- e To call and examine wy Spring Millinery, which I aiu opcnini; up. I pride rayielf that 11 is and that It it bound tn pleatr. Hating bought lor cath and bnng determined te tell for cash, I can m4I at the lowest possible prices. An rumination will leavlnce tou. 6 HHS A A. McKINNKV. W. B JONKS Stanford, Ky. Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley building. n 23-0KT- you . ARE GOING.. W353T, THE Journal. "And did he really keep his vow of committing suicide when ho found sho would not marry him?" "Why, yes; in a fashion. Ho drank himself to death." "Oh! killed himself on the installment plan, did he?" Indianapolis Dealer In- - at Ksecuter, AdmlBUtrstor and J.I I MRS, VGK. Louisville s. Nashville H. R. Is It a Fair May's Tuy? The Maid Zee market vooman eez below, madame, and zays zat after this cents von dozen. eggs vill be thlrty-slMadame rrcposterous! Three cents for one egg? The Maid rardon, mais madame must considalre zat eet eez a day's vurk for zee hen. Judge, x Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages Wagons, STANFORD, KTT. W. I,. WITHERS, Salesman. of SpecUl attention given to Settle-nenl- t atet, as Attorney and bale asd Divttlen of slants' La mlt. MeCla-9- 0 Office en Lancaster St overSupt.,W ry's office. JOITES BROS,, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole proprietors Dean's Mack Ulanood Koo Paint Kttlinatea furnuned for painting Wood, Metal and lion Koofi Satisfaction Ouaranlevd. All roolt imintrd with Dean's Ulack Diamond Paint guaranteed for yean Dealers In bil els-en I'unps and Oalranlted Iron Fillert, 6;-ltm J". : hustonville,:kentucky. and Cater Counties rln Caskets always on hsnd.Full and U. S. Carpenter, Offerm his services undertaker, a ih iiMinle ol T. : STJTTOIT, Wett 01 Lin- - stock Coffiot OS Manser. Wire and Picket Fence Made of Seasoned Oak Pickets, Manufactured and for sale by Is the line for you, as its Double Dally Trains connections at Make cloie Disapproved. St. Asaph Carriage STAMFORD, KENTUCKY, Co., G. B. COOPER, ..Proprietors LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of JOE S. RICE. Asent. Ky Stanford, Willie What docs a still, small voice mean, papa? Willie's Father That's what anyone hears, Willie, when they have done wrong. Willie But when you've done wrong tho voico you hear isn't still and small. N Y. Herald. Not Surprised. of.... KY. nd MERSHON first-class & GREER, Proprietors. Livery and Feed Stable, STANFOHD, W. Otesn his Llreir added new busgiet and horses, weaie prepared to furnish I A. C. SINE, Dealer In llavioe bought of P FIRST-CLAS- S Repairing All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and style. done in TURNOUTS .1 Carn-airesoie Portland. San Francisco. ..To the.. JN03XTMWEST ........A ia The torn. avast &XJk .M a regular lady killer? We have an artistic Cass I suspected as much from what Special attention to horses with diseased feet. he said about the woman in tho big hat of the most fastidious in his work. will satisfy the taste tho Trimmer who just in front of him at other night. Boston Transcript. KIRLEY. EE SIFERIEECED PEWTER. .8 the-theate- Bass Do you know that Fenderson Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. r e3)tO'JI5VHtt JJS i rf?.3V.3V3rv-'4V-- "- - NtwlUlBMY "!' " t. sdvr S CHICAto'T tJsF r - w Tho Little Collector. I don't care much for tho postage-stamThemselves 'tween me and you; The fun I cot collecting comes From sticking 'em In with glue. Harper's Round Table. pi ER. E. E. public will fijd On short notice. The trarllD to umUh and us, Iwar. ready either willing or double, or Drum-rner- f tingle Wagons, Iht all Winds at very LOW PRICtS. peo-pboy s In and around town will also find us the with ut when In lownat Stop 10 deal with. vecourts and entertainments and your horte and hicle will be well cared for. coopKR Myers Houte Stable, tiiaafcrd, Ky. S; Lumdcr, Lath and Shingles, Sash, Doors and Minds, Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber, etc. Prices lower than the tame quality of material can be bought atcltswhcrc. Office and Yard. Depot Street, Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trial. btaalerd, Ky. SPRING AND SUMMER. I Sell for Cash Only. Only Dining Cai Route From FAMILY LIKKNUSS. XaOXJXSVXX.X.E 18S Reliable Process Greatly improved for 1S95 and worthyof consideration. Something to Boautify'.the Ladies. Dally openinm. New Hats, flower, and lacetl We clss theatturance to the trado that they wil find in our etubllthment the ssme eicluilvenet, all io style of patterns, hats and bonnets and we the aie leadlne novelties in Millinery for which known throughout the country. trimmer Tor the a I hae secured Thanking you lor past favors, we respee fully solicit your patronage hereiofo.e- to literally M I) I)l?iI)KKARbestowed. Mansger. hrst-cla- is tea-to- The Myers House, P. W. CIIF.EN, Proprietor. TO CHXCiLGO. Elegant Pullman Veslibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. Fo - maps or any information, address E. H. BACON, FRANK J. REID. !D. P. Agent, G. P. Agent, Loulivllle. Chicago. r Stanford, : : : n Kentucky. IHJDOKRAR. - I am still running this Hotel and will continue to Kive my guests tho politsst attcn iiat wsll as tho belt the msrkct atTurdl. L7 rllEJt "T '" ' 2.1 rv Denver. lie SURE to call for MONON" Route St. Paul. They have Proven a Success. They are beautiful andjan ornament to a parlor. TO THE CITIZB1TS Of Lincoln County. The Newj Special Attention' to tho Traveling Public. THE RILEY - - HOUSE Kentucky. d. NORFOLK AND Lancaster Planing Hill, Lancaster, Ky., Is now n full operation, and invites the attention ol the builders of Lincoln county to Its material, ...v superior worlewaninip sua iuw F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, London. y; WESTERN RAILROAD. TICKETS SSff&m: OHIO, INDIANA, ILLIHOIS, " WISCONS.N, MISSOURI, KANSAS, MEBRASK. COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, -- Guarantee Satisfaction Fond Mother (to old friend) Yes, ills am little Vhaml don't you see cr grate-'semblan- ,.. I have moved to my new Hotel and am belttr ever to &repard thanattached, accommodate the public, and every convenience Give me a call, FRANK RILXY, Call and see. SOME OF OUR PRICES: Psrlectiy clear poplaror yellnw pine flooring at hundred. Jipei hundred. As low as Si jo perboardint; at Perfectly clear yellow poplai weather pef hundred. Aa low as i jo per hundred. Jt.co Allpatterns and thleknesset nt Ceiling In yellow pine, poplar, chcttnut and ath, as low as Si as per low U per hundred. Double dressed lumber asshlujf aslumber, hundred, lleautitul yellow ,iin nn quarter oak, Aic. Save money by giving us you. 0rdC,ITHK LANCASTER 73.6rr to his fader? Deacon Alabaster Yes; he has pot de same complexshum. Texas Sitting's. HIGGINS & McKINNEY, THE D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvillo, Ky., Has more nice Furniture than was ever in More pretty Huggies, Surreys and Phaetons. Moie good Cultivators. Wagons, Plows and more nice Harness, llridles, whips and more Hinder Twine than was ever seen here. He invites ths public to call and see his stock and get prices. Hui-tonvil- Tlmt Waa tho Trouble. "Jack not happy? Why, they say sho had a fortuno when he married k r? w r Town Topics. FROM OLD Or eat Coiiitumptloii. -. . TEXAS, Hojack The air beems rarer than it superbly appointed used to be. reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of a BWTB-TWBB, UflOT-Wa- i, it is rarer. through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harnuian, C Tomdik Well, perhaps 3B Macon, Atlanta, Since their discovery more than a century ago, You know that a good deal is beinjf Attalla. Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, gueu t.ealtli FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS thete famous Springs hae Invalids and and pnuematic bicycle tires now. used in Springs Tourists to a mighty army ol AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxvillc, Hot Harper's IJazar. from all pails ol tho world. The Springs are and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Monroe and Ashcville; THE BEST ROUTE TO THE .. J .t Tnnrit Sleeners to L,OS AUCCies cuu .1 01 About Time1. Now Open for Reception of Guests. Largo Family My dear, San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico aud California, Father of ?frX Boating, Bowling, Milliards, Dancing. Driving, isn't it about time you were thinking of via New Orleans or via Shreveport. Fiihl CB.UUtuoor name., uuuu ..mui., vw iBUWAH VESTIMLED COACHES, Litery, An txceueui uumuc, getting married? SLEtPINO AND DINING CARS Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Short Line from the And all that goes to make your Isit enjoyable. Daughter Lund sakesl I haven't Free Farlor OVER THE with every accommodation to patrons. SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS BEAD thought of anything else for years. TERMS MODERATE. to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor aud Observa- Cars Lexinctou WRFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI N. Y. Weekly. Bosrd and Rooms, 8 to S15. per week. Special 'tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington nnd Rates to Families aid hodtties. Host They Whlatlo. CHCAPCST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. Chattanooca. For fuilher'informst'on apply to "Some men," bald Undo Ebcn, "kin n. itiJ cxi" DescrlpUi in tvH.n fnr Rates, liar. MJiJ stOKMANN, Prop., w. C. Blnearaon, I, neigh Zell. Chaa. W. whistle Jes' cmuf ter make dah Crab Orchard, K; , " unphlcis, to any Station Ascm. or w r . VWK. G. 1'. A .. Ctncinwtf 0. 0 M. r. BIUGO, ALIKN HULL, bors mls'ble an' not cmuf ter Btop & Dlv. Pau'r Jot- - Cincinnati. w. m. DCVILL, at. Tr.Ua fia. it street cah." Washington Star. Illi. SM'iraM.i.rAtt. BU4X0KK.TA. her." "There's the rub. She still has it.1' Queen &Crescent ROUTE hatta-nooeTMif-ntml- PLANING MILL, L'"c""- - M. S. Hal-cumi- 'THE HEALING WATERS" STILL FLOW J. V. IlAl'GllttAN M.S.&J.W.Baughman, moraitTOKs Crab Orchard Springs. OI pleas-ur- e NORTH AND EAST. i ire LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Kentucky. Stanford, first-cla- ss for rates. II you necdliiery us a call. Nothing but turnouts will leave our stable. See us In our te HARNESS SHOP You will find a good assortment of Harncaa, Bridles, baddies, dec Have your repairing done by our man, he understands his business. We have a mechanic in our BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee work and; satisfactory pnees Tiy our com. shoer. first-cla- t Time-Table- i, r BOlSOKt, VA. I'i.r ,0.