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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895072601 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. BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journai STANFORD. KY.. FRLDAY. JULY 26. 1895. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. i .J 9 NO. 43 Among tho noted men from other A new Presbyterian church will be License was issued on Tuesday to C, places we noticed Dr. Ed Alcorn, of built here in the near future. W. Mitchell to Wed MisS A. L. Miller. Hev. 0. H. Green, n visiting tninls- - Hustonville, and M. W. Conners.of LouIlevs. Walton und Faulkner are con grain, And a complete line ol Crayon, Slates, Tablets and Pencils, in fact rail-- 1 ter, conducted the holincea meeting Mon ducting a protracted meeting here. isville. Peter Hrrron is erecting for the Monday was county court day and Collector J. W. Colyer and posBe Dlx river Ht day night at the Presbyterian church. every thing a pupil needs. road company a dam across The corn crop in this vicinity is re as it was also tho opening day of the made a quiet raid in this vicinity last this place to supply water for tho large ported good, though it is feared tbo re Tenehern' Institute, large crowd was in j week tank here. A fine vein of Iron ore has been eombinntinn are cent heavy ruins have done some dam attendance. Thorn whs nothing of iui-- l Thn Hanna-WiUo- n ago. portnnco transacted that we could hear found on a large tract of land East of on hand yet, enlivening, our otherwise town. Ltcouee was granted to Jell Davis of in tho county court dull town with their wit, humor, jokes, Tho Indies of Maretsburg church Fine Box Paper, Tablets and Envelopes. A splendid assortment. (not tho Jelferson Davis of presidential Tho directors of tho bank, soon to on tho boys, c, Ac. will give nu ico cream supper Saturday fame nor oven a relative) to wed Ruth open here, wo understand bought Halls' Messrs. Frith & Bro. are preparing evening. Henfro. safe for the ueo of that institution- - It is to have tho Wilmot Hotel property. pOHt There Kill be quite n number of Thero was a hop at Dripping Springs not fully established yet what room will brandy olllco and A. E. Albright's Btore'liouso of distilleries started booh as nppled Every thing new, purest and best quality. We solicit your patronage. Tuesday night. Several Lancaster peo be occupied for that purpose. It is in bepin to ripen, which they are owners repainted pie attended and the Lancaster baud fur- contemplation at present to rent R. T. Martin it Protheroo are having their A contract has been let for putting nished the music. Pierco'n corner room in his hotel on the Blorehouse repainted, which will add Thougli the crowd was large in at- ground an addition, and other improvements, to lloor. grently to the appearauco of that strucDruggist, Stanford, Ky. public school building. tendance Monday the sale of cattle wns The Teachers' Institute lias 72 teach- the ture and the heauty of the street. Mr. T. J. Cress is teaching school at mounquite dull. Thero was a lot of ers in attendance, 13 males and 23 feWe have in our town n couple of lawill sheep eold nt f 1.3.) per bead. males of the white pcrsuaeion, and four Gum Sulphur. Prof. Dickerson of Mrs. J. B. Farmer tain dles In the persons Arrangements haJ been made by females of a conduct the school at Rock Springs. darker hue, who will teach and MrB. It. S. Martin, who are detained "Johnny" Emil Suter, the beet stone some of the young people of tho com the colored schools, there not bbing to become great riders of the bicycle, if Kentucky, is en cutter in South-easter- n inunity for n picnic Thursday, but the enough colored they pereovere. schools in the county to gaged on tho new brick buildings here. protracted rain Tuesday and Wednesday have a separate iuetitute. The institute Mr. A. E. Albright visited Berea one The Christian church has grown in prevented. opened with everything auspicious. Prof day last week. E.I., who has tho internumbers and in strength under the care The republican convention met in Ruric N. Ronrk, est of the Brodhcnd band at heart and dean of tho department of Tuesday to consider the of podagogy of its prepent pastor, Eld. Jos. Ballou, the court-hous- e Kentucky State Collcgoi an eye to business, completed an engag- And to be posted in Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes who preached here Sunday. advisability of nominating a candidate to Lexington, nnd author of n new text tnent with tho Keren fair folks to furnish We call your esld represent tiiis county in tho Legislatuie. book on A little boo of Thomas you must first of all examine what we are doing. Pecychology, is conducting the music during tho fair. After some diecutsion it wns thought proceedings, Proctor was discovered by ltd mother pecial attention to our stock of Black Suits guaranteed to fit or no and great interest is maniThe now. drug store conducted by ber-not to make a nomination. fested in its exercises by both teachers feeding bread to a snake n few days eiuce. sale, reduced from Si 2 and S15 to $S. 50 and every thing we have in those clever, polite, attentive gentlemen, Messrs. Ward Bros, nnd Hucker, of and citizens. All useless rubbiah is dis- The little one was in high glee and havDr J. M. Olark and Mr. J. Egbert Wal-litiiis city, aro having erected n new ing lots of fun with liia snakeship until carded nud tno accomplished professor is getting nlcng very nicely and profMrs. P. approached, when the reptile planing mill. Too same engine is is getting down to all the bottom facts of (led itably as they should, as they are both to do tho work of both this mill and tbo the gentlemen. very deserving science of teaching. Tuesday eveA large party, headed by Mr. W. J. Hour mills, and tho new structure is to ning Rev. Grider lectured on theBible in Sparks and wife, attended the S. S. conThe roll of Lary Oiub No. 1 was callbe erected upon the lot near the engine Common Schools nud Wednesday eve- vention at Brodhead on tho 23d. Mr. These goods are to be sold and not carried. ed aa usual this morniug and at once house. We need the room for ning Prof. Roark lectured on tho Perils Sparke, the president, has been an active adopted riHolutioiia deploring the abLancaster can boast of being the our Fall Stock and they must go. We have also bought our Shoes sence of one of tho charter members, healthiest town anywhere near. There of tho Republic. Mr. G. M. Durham worker in tho S. S. anise, infusing much We was elected secretary of the Institute. of his own enthusiasm into the work in in advance of high prices and we know we can do you good. "Dock" Cable, who has taken a position have been few deaths and comparativehave a T. Cherry, where he will be ly little or no sickness during witli Mr. J. the warm From an interrogation in tho question this cou ty. glad to meet his friunds whoso name is weather just past. Why is it? Do the box it wns found that E. Tarrant wns Tho old time wool roll cording fac legion. in tho tories aro few and far between. The ono Lancaster people oberv the laws of by tho oldest tcHcher present convention as geeno more vigorously or is it our physi- county, having taught n school in the here is the only one we know of in Ess-tu'The Sunday-schoand there are eeveral county in the Fall of lsol at the ford of seiubles here y Kentucky. The greater part of the cians to whom fo much credit is due" ministers here already. Itev. A J. Pike, wool from this country goes to a Tennes That brings you more goods for your money than you can get any from the river Imlow Middlehurg. The recent articles reported resident minister, will deliver tho ad here to some of the daily paperp, tbo see manufacturing concern to be made where. This is cleaning up time with us and we intend to clean this WILLIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. drees of wclco.nr, others who will ad- ''quagmire episode" of Sam Cor and Joe up into jeans, llannele, yarns, 'cc., and stock. Come and see us. dress theoonveutiou are, Walton, J.lv Clark, and the chasing of the bicyclist Thi re will be a bicycle race each doy returned to owner. ingston, Lewis, Bowling Green, S. Co- are both now acknowledged to be fakfcHf nt Mr. Champ MullinB, of Livingston, the Whitley County Fair this year. llier, Gum Sulphur, and Beverul others has built a large and commodious hotel long bit the pleco in reference to tho Tho infant child of Mr. nnd Sirs. W. Miss Nevillo Carson, who baa been continued sleep of a unman in this counJ. Swearingen died last Sunday morn- on tho site of his former residence. As nek for some time, is out again attending ty is said to be a real fact. Tho woman ing Livingston expects to get the new It. R.t to her millinery establishment. Mr. T in question liven in tho Lowell vicinity Tho Whitley County Union Sunday-Schoo- l business prospects are brighter than ever C. Johnson also is out among tho bo)8 and her cato is looked upou with wonConvention met at Corbin Wed- thero and some of her progressive citi once more, after quite n spell of fever, der, an her sleep is both healthy and nesday. zens aro taking time by tho forelock. Mr. J. II. Chandler, of Campbells-vill- e, Hope Tharp, w ho was bedfast from tbo natural. Tho Rev. Lapsley McKee, of Danis visiting his sister, Mrs. J. D ville, was the guest of Mr. It. G.Williams etlects of rheumatism for a long time, is Married by Kev. Crawford on Tuesnow walking about with the aid of n day at high noon at the residence of the Adkins. this week. He came to represent Centre ILiO-A-IISr- . Mr Green Siier and two daughters, College in email cane. bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. the purchase of our Institute Mr. W. II. I'ettus, nfter two or threo Francis, their daughter, Mis StiBie, to of near Preachersvillo, arc visiting rela- building. We learn that the sale whs Mutual Life Insurance Co. in I am representing the North-wester- n days' pleasant intercourse with friends Mr. Archibald K. Walker, both of tho tives in the county. consummated satisfactorily and a school Miss Edith Bingham, who has been will be conducted here ten months in the loan department and am ready to make loans in this and adjoindaugh- Paint Lick vicinity. Mrs. Walker's fathhere, left Monday. Mrs. Cass and ing counties. Interest 6 per cent. Term 2 to 5 years. For full inter, Mrs. Welter, who have been on a er, Mr. Joseph P. Francis, isn first coiiBin teaching music here for several yenrs, the year, beginning about Sept. 1. visit to Mr. J. It. Caii and family have to Francis, of Mibsouri. The has gone to her old home In New York, Miss Lida Cook, of Livingston, was formation and application, apply to Th. r lit tll roller mills HtOflllK nl.m.t rn,n.,llp,l anil rnndv for , SCHOOL BOOKS, WEAWmNMRY Drugs and Medicines, "W. B. M'ROBERTS, KNOWLEDGE INDISPENSABLE two-year-o- t n, SUMMER CLOTHING. ol n to-da- Remnant Job Counter, HUCHES & TATE. TO EC. Money, Money, Money ! Hon. Charles Fiuley has returned the guest of Miss Carrie Lair last . returned to their homo in Louisville. bride possesses many excellent traits of John Haggard and Henry King aro up character, both of mind and heart. Mr? from the West, where he acrompauitd Ashford, of Lexington, is the Jennie from Gum Sulphur in attendance upon Mr, Archibald Walker is a voung wid hie sister Miss Ann, and reports that she guest of Mrs. E. A. Reppert. Prof. Pierce tbeS. S. convention. Bob Wilmot still ower, scarcely in tho meridian of life, is improving rapidly. and Miss Lucille Joplin will teach the Commonwealth's Attorney 0. W. free school this year. Misses Eirod and retains his position, viz: To see all trains and is a close relative of Archbishop and hand cars arrive and depart as they Kavannugh. An elaborate dining to Lester is preparing to build a handsome Hamm, of Somerset, visited Mrs. Matt. week-Mrs- JOII27 3XRiB7, Insurance Agent. Bhould. II. S, 11. MIDDLEBURa, CASEY UOUNTY Jas. Haatinhas his saw and grist mill in operation. A. II. Humphrey has been employed to teach tho school at Turkey Knob. Jas. II. Allon, Win. Bryant, Albert Keeney Alva Lucas and Mies Mattle Mc Daniel all teachers of this section are attending tho institute at Liberty this week. Mr. William Wesley and Misa Etta Elliott wcro married Thursday nt tho residence of Mr. I). G. Elliott, the father of tho bride. Mr. Wesley iH an excel lent young mau, while Mits Ltta is ono of tho most lovable young ladies wo ever knew. Kov. Foster, n very promising young minister of tho theological seminary at Louisville, preached at the Baptist church on 2d and will return and preach for that church agtiu on tho L'd Sunday in August. He will also preach at Tur at 4 o'clock of key Knob that day. Thursday night us Frank Jones was descending tho hill near tho Baptist church on his wheel, ho ran against Jo seph Clark, who was coming up, knocking him senseless. Dr. I. S. Wesley was called and after a time ho was restored to consciousness. A ho occurrence wns purely accidental and Mr. Jones regrets it very much. It may not be generally known, 'but ia nevertheless true that Middloburg hnB somo rare poetic talent and it is astonishing that it has been allowed to romain bo long in obscurity. It ia not often that one allowB the halra of hia bend to white with tho frost of 50 or more winters beforo developing whatevor talent ho may possets. Tbo following lines aro a Bpeclmen, though void of rhyme owing doubtleEB to tho peculiar circumstances under which thoy were written: Two sad hearts behind two aweet smiling faces, if uuited would be, Oh! Bchool-house be-cor- which only relatives were invited, awaitd pair at the Walked tho er homestead. Miss Christine Bradley has returned from a visit to relatives at Somerset. Kov. 0. H. Green, of Jackson, wns with Lancaster friends this week. Mrs. John Koae nnd children, of Louisville, are visitors of Mr. &. K. Hardin's family. Mr. It. Graham Price, of Danville, has been tho guost of his grandmother, Mrs. Susan Price. Miss Hattlo Vaughn, of Shelby-vill- e, is visiting Mips Altio Marksbury. Mr. It. 0. Warren nnd wife, of Mnufoidi were visitors in our city tins week. Mis' Turner, of Nashville, has been tho guest of her daughter, MrH. James McCnrley A. G. Work, of Oxford, O , who has been the guest of his clAsbinnti, Horace Hern-doleft Tuesday for Nicbolasville. Mibs Ada Farm is sojourning at Dripping Springs. Eugene Pope and A. J. Rice, of Danville, wero here Wednesday. Miss Allie Arnold hns "oturned from n visit to her cousin, Miss Henry Fish, nt Crab Orchard. Mrs. J. (J. Robinson has returned from a visit to Danville. newly-wedden, bo happy." The Big Four will run n grand excursion from Cincinnati AuguBt 1st, to Niagara at fo for tho round-triand Lake Chautauqua at $1.50. Toronto only $1 more and Thousand Island $ more than rates to Niagara. This road will also give for tho round to Bosa rato of good to return Sept. 10, ton August on account Knight Templar's Conclave, For full particulars call on agent of Big Four or nddress E. 0. McCormnck, pafs. trailtc agent, nnd D. B. Martin, G. P. A , Buck lln'a Arnica Salvo Cincinnati. The best salve in the world for cuts, bru.'Tcs sores, ulcers, salt rheum, feer En'gaob Youk Slbbi'xh Berth. Per- tied hands, chilblains, corns andsores, tetter, chap all skin eruptions, It positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is sons going to Old Point Comfort on tho guaranteed to give pertect satisfaction or money Ohesnpenko and Ohio special train July refunded. Price a? cents per box. For sale by K. fenny, aiauioru, rvy. 30th, aro requested to sond in their names and stato how much space is Guaranteed Ouro. wanted. This can be dono by letter or We authorize tur advertised druggist to sellyou-Dr- . King's New postal and Is quite necessary in order Couchs and Colds, Dlicoycry for Consumption, upon this condition. If you are ulllictcd with a Cough, Cold or any Lung that a sufficient number ot sleeping cars Throat, or Chest trouble and will uie this remedy can be arranged for. George W, Bar- according to directions, giving it a tair trial and ney D. P. A., Lexington, Ky. experience no benefit, you may return the bottle p one-far- o 25-3- 1, reeidence. He expects to have it com pleted before cold weather. Rev. II. B. Fry.who has been preach ing tor tho Congregationnl church here for the last year, hns resigned his pesi tiou and returned to Oberlin, 0. Judge Rose had eeveral witnesses before him to investigate whisky polling that is going on about Corbin. Two of the young men brought too much of the juice with them and undertook to run our town, but Marshal Sutton soon hnd them under control. They wero token before Judge Hemphill mid lined nnd he then allowed them to go, by some of their friends promidirg to see to their good behavior until they could get out of town. Judge II. T. Finley was in Pineville tiiis week on business. Miss Smith, of Newcomb, tenn , spent Sunday with Mii-Lidn Meadows. Mrs. Bailey nnd daughter are vibiting Mr. n,nd Mrs. 0. H Keetou. Mr. Hawkins, of Frankfort, is here visiting his brother-in-laDr. J. L Whitehead. Mrs. Charles Lyding is herefrom Le Noirs, Tenn., visiting her father, Mr. M. A. Mooro. Mrs. Will Jones has returned from Middlesboro, where she has been visiting her parents, Htr sister, Miss Mnmie Householder, came with her. Miss Biddio Weisuer has returned from East Touuetisee,whero she spent several months visiting rela Uvea. Mrs. Mohler and daughter, Edith. aro yisiting Mrs. G. 0. Moore. Mrs Wainscot, of Richmond, who Bpent sev eral weeks with Mr. G. A. Denham's family, has returned home. s DeBord recently. Misses Lina Kennedy and Risse Williams have returned from a visit to friends near Brodhead. HUBBLE. ANCHOR : STOVES, Anchor Steel Ranges, And The Glvens Forsythe, of Ilarrodsburg, is visiting B. W. Givens. James T. Hackley had five horses killed by lightning a few evenings since. A. 0. Carman hns been redisricting tho county roaus for Judge Davison in this locality. Good rains have adaueed the price of corn Toe on the barrel and none to bo had in tho community. D. N. Prewitt's pacing filly won 3d money at tho Richmond Fair Tueeday after being handled only about weeks' Mr. Bub Farris has come in to pay ins relatives and many friends a visit. We were very glad to see our good old friend and hope he will have a pleasant stay among us. Ho has been in Arizona for the last two years, though he looks kb natural as he used to when he drove our mail hack over this line. BEST IN THE COUNTRV, You are invifed to call and see them. FARRIS & HARDIN THE BLUE-GHAS- S HERD OF Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Stock. Plgt for sale from the belt typei of Kegiitcre Dresden secured rom tnp beat herds la several different States. Correspondence Solicited I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolucoaches from Lexington to Old Point tionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem imComfort, leaving at 4:30 i m. and arriv- possible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming All of these ing at Old Point early next afternoon, in to my store and not finding them as I represent them. time for a refreshing plunge in the surf goods will arrive in the next few days. of Pullman palace Bleeping cars and day beforo supper. Bound trip ticketB will be sold at $13, good to return until August 17th. Stop overs will bo granted low-rat- es July 30tb, the Chesapeake and Ohio will run a special train On Tuesday, JAMES FBYE iraSTONYIUIS, KV. worth S3. Mens' sandals worth 75c Black cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth for die. Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for Mens' 6SC. Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7.S0, worth $$ to Sis. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor made for S12.50 to SiS. former price iS to 25 dollars. These goods are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. SS-S0 - I GLOTECI3STC3- $1.50 A good black slicker $1.25, very fine rubber coat . at any station on return trip. Special will bo made at the Byeia Hotel and also to New York, Warning-ton- , Virginia Beach and at the surrounding resorts. A trip to Old Point Comfort aHords a greater variety of recreation and enjoyment than any other re sort known. Write a postal for descriptive circular giving full information. Special rates from all blue grass towns. Gkoroe W Baknsy, Dis't.PABs. Agent, Lexington, Ky, A girl named Boyd, In Urbana, In Louisville tho city council has decided to tax every wheelman $2 per annum for hU wheel. Tho board held that as tho cyclists had all the rights and privileges of other vehicles they should alBO bear tho burden of a tax as other owners of vehicles did. and hae your money refunded. We could not has seven living grandparents, two make this olfer if we did not kuow that Or. Kings Cure for Hoadaone. New Discovery could belied upon. It neer grandmothers, two great grandmothers, As a remedy for all formi of Headache Electric Trial bottles iree at A. K. Penny's Hitlers haa proved to be the very test. It etfects arug store. Largo sire 50c and $1. one great great grand mother, a granda permanent cure and the moit dreaded habitual father and ereat grandfather. And the lick headache yields to iti influence. We urge Twenty-liv- e hundred copies of the great great grandmother ia only 60. all who are atllictcd to procure a bottle and give this remedy a fair trial. In cases ol habitual conMi68 Ella Ewing, of Price, Mo., is 8 stipation Electric Hitters cures by giving the whole New Testament and 120,000 copneeded tone to the bowels, and few cases long re- ies of tho diilorent gospels have been feet 2 inchea in height and weighs sist theuse ol this medicine. Try it once. Large 290 pounds. bottles onlv 10 cents at A. R. Penny's Drug Store. distributed in the Japanese army, Ill.( Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist until you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for half price. Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for Si. 15 The sequel Buy and sell for Cash." worth S3. TAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. DBBSS O-OOID- S ! y7 r semi-Weekly '$ ft.'k a .1 V ii Allen Thompson and Mrs. Hattie out of tbo 10 Senators to be elected. Sears, a widow of 25, wero married at The Diamond Stakes at Oakley wero Preachersville yesterday. won by "Brown Dick'a" good colt Ben Disappointment in love caused Miss Brush, who has won four stako races Bridget Larity, aged 17, of Columbuu, O., this season and ao far baa not been to attempt suicide. She tried tho laudabeaten. num route, but tho doctors saved her. Ono of the.moet intereeting features Mat Reynold, ft widower of the of the woman's building at tho Cotton Waynesbnrg section, and Mrs. Josephino States Exposition will be tho library. This hot weather has no effect on our business spirit. We arc alFlint, of McKinney, each 17 years of This is to consist exclusively of work by We never fail to age, wero married at the brldn's homo ways ready and willing to give Bargains Unlimited. women. fail to come and sec us this yesterday. play our part in this fast age. So don't Damage done at Silver City, New Mm. Maria Lee, of Bountiful, Utah week and give us a chance to prove that we do Mexico, by the fiood amounts to $100, belioves that there Bhould be no such 000. It is believed tho earlier report rething as love between tho sexes, and in garding the extreme disaster waa exorder to emphasize her opinon, alio reaggerated. fused to kiss her husband for four conAt Trenton, N. J., John S. Collins, secutive months. He then grew weary the negro who Bhot and killed Student of waiting and pleading, and one day Frederick Ohl at Princeton, recoivod a proceeded to kick and pound her persentence of 20 years at bard labor in the sonal attractiveness out of existence. State prison. For Register of the Land Office, She has sued for divorce. Tom Pkttit Bays the first issue of the Wichita, Kaa , ia a good placo for of Wolfe. G. B. SWANGO, Our Cut Rate Sale for this week will eclipse all former efforts. Evpopulist paper, the New Republic, will keepers to go. All ordinances have For Attorney General, ery line of floods whether mentioned or not will receive the cut. Wc make its appearance in Louisville been repealed and there is neither li W. J. HKNDR1CK, of Fleming. As it is designed more to help the repub- cense nor restriction on the whisky trafhave just received a new iinc of Towels from ioc up. Worth double For Secretary of State, licans than to aid the populiBts who are fic in that city. the money. Underwear of all kinds reduced lor this week. HENRY S.HALE, ot Grave.. What is the difference between not in it a little bit, the name of the Mrs. Henry Miller, who only lives ForSupt. ol Public Initructlcn, fadsheet should have "an" added to it. four miles from Portland, Ind., has been a sallow skin, dull eyes and ED PORTER THOMPSON, of Owen. ed cheeks, and a ruddy complexto town only onco in 25 years. She h For Commissioner of Agriculture, The Louisville Times' Tattler says that ion, bright eyes and rosy cheeks ? : : wife of a prosperous farmer and is ION B.N ALL, of LouUville. the new Cleveland baby was named for the There are 2 answers : hearty. For Railroad Commiuloner, Editor Marion Green, of tho Richmond bale and Springs, Ark., D. W. ClaiAt Hot 1st Answer All the difference In Sold at half their value. Wc can give you big bargains in all kinds GEO. H. ALEXANDER, of Louisville. Register. This may or may not be true, the world. Oneia ugliness; the other borne, a grocer, shot and killed James Is beauty. For Repreientatlve, as true as gospel that the little of Shoes which wc bought before the advance in leather goods. Labut it is Meyers, and fatally wounded bis broth2nd Answer- 35 etnti dUTtrmet. For M. F. NORTH. lady could not be named for a better man, dies' Kid Gloves, black and tan, 75c, worth Si. 25. Gent's Driving 7$ cents will secure a three weeks er. The difficulty grew out Oi a dispute treatment (two different medicines) grocery bill. which will corect your disordered liver, Gov. McCbeaky did himself proud in Gloves, 50c, worth $ I ; also at 75c, worth $1. 25. Don't fail to sec over a small NEWSY NOTES. banish all poisonous bile, purify your bis Winchester speech Monday. His The L. & N. tunnel on the line beblood, stimulate appetite, tone up the y nerves, and make a new creature of majority in Critten- tween Louisville and Cincinnati is still The presentation of State issues was unuBual-l- y you. den county was 230. burning and caving in and the loss will BtroDR and his declaration that he Fifteen of the 45 pensioners of the be $200,000. Trains now have to go via This is a famous remedy, and stood squarely upon the democratic while perfectly harmless, it nev K. O. money platform elicited prolonged war of 1812 are over 100 years old. sonnd Lexington and the LouIb Schmidt, a grocer's son, was applause. He riddled Senator BlackRobbers bold up a Lake Sboro train, er fails. It is made of the purest Which go at $2 50, $3, $5 and $7 this week. Wc have just received safe preparations. burn's attempt to put a new and un- killed in a prizeflght near Milwaukee. near Toledo, but the dynamite-prooForty-sevepeople were drowned proved too much for them. Ask your druggist for Ramon's our line of Fall and Winter Samples consisting of 500 styles. Don't They got authorized construction on the money fail to sec thembeforc placing your oidcr. asserted July 9 by the flooding of a mine in Ja- between $100 and $200 on tho outside Tonic Liver Pills. Two medicines plank of the State platform and and two boxes for onty one price. position in favor of a 20 pan. disgusted. that his present and went away A sure cure for Constipation and H. H. Holmes, the insurance swinto 1 ratio was a great deal worse than his A feature of the great Paris exposiold one of 16 to 1 as it would practically dler, is supposed to have killed eight tion in 1000 will be a shaft sunk a mile Biliousness. demonetize all of the 16 to 1 dollars, of personp. into the earth for visitors to explore. At H dealers, or roll, for 23o..Bbom $1.00. BROWN MFO. CO., Now York. Frank Walker, of Independence, la., There will be a restaurant at the bottom which there are 424,000,000. The fact BlTrM advised Gen. owns a mare that gave birth to three to which elevators will run. that Senator Blackburn For sale by W. B McRobcrts. During a fight at a dance in Summer Hardin not to accept a nomination on it, colta at one time. A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprictois, C. C. McCbord was nominated for county, Tenn., J. W. Dixon killed Wui. proves that he regards the platform as a T. D. RANEY, Manager. sound money declaration, and his effort State Senator by the democratic conven- Davidson, who was attempting to act as IIOLDAM, to prove that it means something else is tion at Lebanon. peacemaker. Friends of the murdered Is a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Near Manchester. Ia., Gibson Ro- man put five balls in Dixon and he will Lincoln county, subject to the action of the DeThe governor the merest Bubterfuge. Branch Stores: mocracy. November election, 18)5. legion of friends and has land shot and killed his brother Henry die. added to his Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Mr. J. W. Peck, formerly editor of only to make a similar Bpeech all over and then killed himself. W. S. 11URCII, The Cincinnati Commercial Gazette the Falmouth Democrat, has decided Virsailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. the State to keep bim first in the hearts haB reduced its price to 2 centa a copy, that he can make more money collect- Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public of bis constituents. Schools of Lincoln county; except on Sunday when it ia 5. ing railroad tax in Carter county than be of the Democratic party. subject to the action Mb. Oarlislk told a Richmond, Va., No drinks, cigars, tobacco or fruit can as a quill driver and baa deserted interviewer that he did not want the could be purchased in Richmond, Va., the tripod. D. S. nomination and election to the presiden- Sunday under a new ordinance. While running after an escaped priscy. It takes a man of iron constitution While fishing in Miami, near Day oner named John Beeden, Deputy Sher- Hustonvillo, Ky., to stand the hard work attached to the ton, O., Charles Rhoden caught a coffee iff Mitchell, of Sevier county, Tenn., Hat more nice Furniture than was ever in A Big Line and More pretty Iluggiei, Surreys and office, of which he has seen so much. He sack containing two dead infants. fell down, discharging his pistol. The Phaetons. Moie good Cultivators. Wsgons. Plows also said that Mr. Cleveland bad never Carrier pigeons uncaged at Hopkins- - ball struck Beeden in the bead, killing and more nice Harness, liridks, Whips and more Binder Twine than waa ever seen here. He mentioned the third term talk about villa arrived.'at South Bend, Ind., a dis- bim instantly. call and see his stock and gel th public bim, but be ia sure that be will not be a tance of 330 miles, in nine hours. During the last three months build- prices. Oder Mills and Cane Mills. willing candidate in 1896. The president Thirty killed and 30 wounded waa ing permits have been issued in New Offered. SPRING AND SUMMER. baa no greater admirer in the country the loss Buatained by insurgents in a York for 1,458 new bouses at a cost of than we are, but we do not think be battle with Turkish troopa at Uakuh. 133,000,000, an increase of &A in number Something to Beautify tho Ladies. accept another nomination unought to Fred Ward, aged 17, fell between and mure than $14,000,000 in value ove r Daily opemmng. New Hats, Sowers and laccsl any state of case. Third terms are the cars of a freight train at Lexington the same time lost year. der We assurance to not popular and it wont do to tempt fate and waa mangled beyond recognition. Work on the race track which was find give theestablishment the trade that they wil In our the same exduiivencss On best Vapor Stoves made, at In style of paiterns, hats and bonnets and all the by risking it. At the proper time, doubt Secretary Hoke Smith is making in process of construction back of New- leading novelties in Millinery for which we aie less, Mr. Cleveland will himself impress sound money speeches in Georgia,where port, has been stopped, and the project known throughout the country. I for the tea a this fact with full force upon the party considerable popnliatic sentiment exists. seems to have, suddenly died. Winter son.have secured you lor past trimmer we respect Thanking favors, fully solicit should it insist on again honoring bim, Charles D. Miller, a prominent citi- racing will receive no support from lov- beitswed, your patronage heretofore so literally M. D. DUIiDtRAR- zen of Beaver Falls, Pa., died of a spell ers of legitimate Bport. KATt DUDDKRAK. Manager. The Louisville Commercial's cartoon- of hiccoughs, which lasted hira nearly a The president has commuted the WATERS" ists continues to have fun with Wat Har- week. death sentence imposed on Thos. J. THE HEALING FROM OLD STILL FLOW banged Friday for din. A recent picture represents the Mike McDonald, an Alaskan miner, Taylor, who was to be democratic candidate with a lock on bis waa literally torn to pieces by a furious the murder of his wife. It ia asserted mouth and Charley Long teaching bim bear, near whose young he unwittingly that Taylor waa driven to tho deed by the deaf and dumb alphabet, or at least strayed. bis wife's unfaithfulnesa. Since their discovery more than a century sgo, Witlfa full assortment of nice Furniture bought before the advance given showing bim that "G" stands for gold. Frank Anderson, of New Albany, It is said that Jo Blackburn is in these famous Springs hate Invalidsrealth and pleasand Tourists ure to a mighty army til on raw material. Just give us your car for a few minutes and we will The general has given no expression of Ind., attempted suicide by drinking con- Washington trying to help the sugar from all parts ot the worid. The Springs are bis position, but having accepted a nom- centrated lye. Doctors saved bim by magnates in their elTort to compel the Now Open for Reception of Guests. name a number of articles which you arc in need of. Solid oak bed ination on a sound money platform, the hard work. government to fork over the millions so room suits Si 3. 75. See our line of framed pictures and made up Dancing. inference is strong that he will support Frederick Hollowell, an Ohio farm- generously voted them by a combina- Hosting, Illing. Milliards Oood Mule, Driving, New Funic?, Outdoor Carres, frames. You will not be disappointed when you learn the price. We Livcrv, An Excellent Cuisine, that plank like a good and true demo- er, was killed at Rockdale, near Cincin- tion of republicans, and "democrats for And all that goes to make your visit enjojable. handleta nice line of furniture, such asfsuits, chairs, cheap beds and crat should, after his party has laid down nati, by David Huston. Both were past revenue only." of California has the law. 60 years old. The Supreme court couches, bed lounges, window shades, curtain poles, extension brack-sio- n TERMS MODERATE. A young woman, at the point of decided that "poker playing for money, Hoard and Roouis, S3 to $15 per week. Special brackets, carpets, wall paper. Price elsewhere then wc can conThe Louisville Times has been award- death in Jeffersonville, is puzzling the however, objectionablo in fact, is in the Kates to Ktmilics ami Societies. vince you that we make the prices low. ed the county printing in Jefferson for doctors. She haa grown 12 inches taller byea of the law, as inuocent as chess or For further information apply to GU3 HOFMANN, Prop the 10th successive year. This printing in three months. any otner game played for recreation, a Crab Orchard, K is given to the paper having the largest W. F. Clarke, a postal clerk running and its votaries and the places where it circulation in tho county and all the pa on M. S. BaiohmiN. J. W. IUiciiman. the Air Line between Louisville and is played aro not criminal." Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. pers are lnvueu to contest, snowing Dr. Samuel Butler, a Louisville denSt. Louis, was arrested on a charge of doubtless, that it was useless to make a robbing tist, ended a spree by taking poison and the mails. show down when the Times was in it, no A private dispatch from Market his own life. He came to Louisville unPKormiTom One Gallon of-other paper entered. In the matter of Lane, Ida., says 17 persons were killed der an assumed name, having left his local circnlation it seems that the Times & in the Indian troubles at Jackson's Hole, home at Rockport, Va., deeply in debt. is first and the rest nowhere. The Wyo., on the 15th. eoon BB'be made the money, however, As evidently know a good thing The son of Speed be paid bis debts and resumed hia prop- - Kontucky. when they Bee it. Taylor, of Lexington, was Bcalded to er name. Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and costs you Beginning witb the inauguration of If you need livery gle us a call. Nothing but The picture of Miss Elise Costleman, death by a pot of boiling hot coffee, which the next governor, a change of law goes for rates. turnouts will leave our stable. See us In our the beautiful daughter of Gen. John B, be pulled from the tablo. W. P. Woods waa killed and his into effect. The salary of the chief exCattleman, of Louisville, will adorn the HARNESS SHOP will then be $0,500 but be will art gallery of the Atlanta Exposition as wife was badly burned by lightning ecutive only assortment of Harness, the unfurnished "man-sion- You will find a goodHave your repairing dono by given Saddles, Ac Kentucky's representative in the South- while Btanding under a railroad bridge be with no fuel and ligbta furnished, our man, he understands his business. We have a It is. ern galaxy of beauty. A picture of her near Murfreesboro, Tenn. mechanic in our as have beenjunder the old law and Mr. and Mrs. William Goff, an aged handsome father ought also to be disBLACKSMITH SHOP. salary. played to illustrate the typical Kentucky couple, living near Owenaboro, were preacher named Gillislee Will guarantee work and' satisfactory A colored chloroformed by thieves, who got $300. gentleman. Try our ho" shoer. says that white men are causing a reign Any Shade you like. The victims may not recover. Lafay-ott- e Tub circuit judge at Morganfield set There are rumors at Winchester, Ky., of terror among the negroes of and Taylor counties, Fla., breaking aside the judgment of $500 damages for that Bob Hazzard, the negro lynched libel againBt the Owensboro Messenger last week, on suspicion of having as- up their church services and running olf obtained by Miss Addie Tate, on the saulted Miss Elkin, was innocent. their preachers. A dozen negroes have Of Lincoln County. county withground that malice having been thorLots in Warwick Villa, a Louisville been lynched in Lafayette The New damages suburb, which sold during the boom in the paflt few months for assaulting oughly disproved, punitive could not be assessed. Righteous judge times for $300, broagbt $10 and $11 at whito women, Mill, and just decision! Judge Givena deserves commissioner sale the other day. (Additional Mt. Vernon.) journalists. the plaudits of all honorable Fire in a saloon and residence at Lancaster, Ky., Samuel Gover, the lumberman, was Underwood, Ind., almost resulted in tho witb ua this week. Grove Kennedy, Jr., currenin the Interest Is now n full operation, and invites the attention ! of the whole family. It ia supposits material, cy debate at Chicago, which waa never death ia telegraphing on the Shcrt Line, while oi the builders of Lincoln county toprices. Note superioi workmanship and low place was Bet on fire by probibs. great, has ceased and the originally small ed the the burned tunnel ia being repaired, EdBecause the wife of a Pullman work-ma- n itor Smith haa purchased a number of SOME OUR PRICESx attendace has nearly entirely petered out. could not pay him what waa due, fine game chickens and will no doubt Perfectly clear poplar or yellnw pin flooring There are several daya yet of the wind at As low aa hundred. jamming, if the two can sum up suff- Cigonelle Calineone killed her beforo her have great sport next Fall fighting all Sipci hundred. yellow poplar $1.50 perboarding at weather Perfectly clear icient courage to talk to themselves and children. He then blew out bis brains. comers. Mr. G. W. Fagin, agent Pine It. to Der hundred. As low as I1.30 per hundred. Ceiling Since the beginning of this century Hill, keeps the boys in turmojl by bis Alfpatterns and thicknesses of aa low aa In yellow empty benches. Ji.a$ per pine, poplar, chestnut and ash, no fewer than 52 volcanic islands have practical jokes, but still tbey think there hundred. Double dressed lumber as low aa j per hundred. Ueautilul yellow pine finishing lumber, silSam Jonea says that most of the risen out of the aea 10 disappeared, be- ia no one like bim to be found. Mr. E. quarter oak, Ac. Save money by giving us you. ver cranks are in debt and want chea p ing submerged, the others remain, and A. Reppert waa in Cincinnati during the Orders.THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, J 10 are now inhabited. money to pay out witb. weex. Lancaster. Interior Journal Tho democrats have made but 33 Maior L. C. Noiiman and Hon. John chairmen of their respective nominations out of 100 and but seven W. Yerkes, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. SIX PAGES. Lieutenant-Governor, campaign committees, will meet in Louisville next Wednesday to arrange n nor Stakfokd. St., - July 20, 1985 ies of joint debates balweeu Gen. Hardin and Col. W. O. Bradley. The arrangement WA8 for an earlier date, but VV. P. WALTON. Mr. Yerkes was detained at homo by legal business. The chairman of the populist committee will be on band to insist on a recognition of Mr. Pettit, but bis candidate should be ignored. It ia hard ly fair to make Gen. Hardin speak against two men whose object is the THE TICKET. election of the republican candidate. Mr. For Governor, Pettit can have no possible hope of elecP. WAT HARDIN, ot Mercer. tion. The most bis candidacy can do is For to make the election of Col. Bradley posR. T. TYLER, of Fulton. sible. Pettit knows, however, that his For Treasurer, only chance to address crowds is when n, C. FORD, of Clay. tbey are drawn by the candidates of the For Auditor, two leading parties. L. C. NORMAN, of Boone, Hot : Weather ! sa-lo- to-da- y. 2 Answers. Gent's Straw Goods - anti-whisk- Our Mens' Fine Suits, THE LOUISVILLE STORE. STANFORD, f n JAMES F. CARPENTER, Ilui-tonvll- GASOLINE STOVES. Speeial ." Inducements, Extremely Low Prices firit-cla- is W. H. WEAREN & CO.'S Crab Orchard Springs. HERE WE ARE AGAIN, . WITHERS & HOOKER, -- M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- Louis-villia- three-year-o- ld LIVERY, FEED STABLE, Stanford, first-class SALE "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT ONLY: $1.40 '.PER: GALLON. ," liri-dl- es, Ife-s- er first-clas- s Very Fine and Durable. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. TO TECS CITIZENS Lancaster Planing Horr-Harv- ey OF TRUN KS VALISES H. j TELESCOPES AND CLUB BAGS AT 73-6- rc J. : M'ROBERTS. taussMiWI lilnlilMII liHWi'SJUlfiianrif iT - iwaw ; -- , ODD INTOXICANTS. TIIR NAKCOTICS AND STIMULANTS OK Till; AHOItlGINES. Tern. They aro supposed to give comfort nnd strength to tho dead. Many accounts havo been written of thouso-fulnes- s of this herb to tho inon who carry great weights of freight over tho Andes. By chewing a few morsels of & ance. Dosing rather than to light. Tho Xortli American Indians hnvo long practised ascptio hitrgery a An for all your eager strife, science which is tho most recent and Yours Is not a miser's llfo , ' important development of civilized In tho shelter of your den ' medicine. They possoss excellent anYou're n generous fellow then, gether. Turning o'er your booty to Tho Indians chew theso cactus hearts tiseptics, one of them being n decocThosa who rightly wheedlo yoa nnd Bwallow them. Thoy indiico a con- tion of tho root and bark 'of tho wilIlka tho CM, dition of exaltation. While under tho low. This preparation contains salicylic acid, which is death to bactoria. It l'.obln Hood and Cnpt. Kldd, intluouco n man is lifted out of Von bollevo tho poor should lire ; oh it nere. ilo is wide awake, yet is used by the aborigines iu treating steady, nnd is renlly only good for Most of what you Ret you give. dreaming. Tho intellect in not cloud-o- wounds. Now York World. nbout four months in the year, but hut stimulated. But tho most reCruiso nwny In summer hours, expert handlers and graders make X Nomad's Mfo In .Mexico. markable thing about Huh plant in Taxing all tho many flower ; good ogg buvers, aud many nro em- Wo journeyed day by day ovor tho thnt its peculiar effect iH not followed Tnko yoar pleasure whilo yon may; ployed by tho storagemeu ns such hills uud up tho cations, camping by by any reaction. Work nnon but dream ; during the summer months, sending At tho snmo timo it iH neither u night under tho pines iu mountain Ott recount your conquests mnny, them through New Jersey, Pennsylglades or deep ravines, whoro tho sun carcotio iior tin opiate. Tho southern Spring shall find you without any. vania nud Northern nnd Western New ir.tirio IndiatiH, with whom Uio eating sets at four o'clock, whilo it is light Bleep nnd dream on winter nights that theso mammoth were York buying eggs. Tho men do not above. The moon was in tho full and of tho plant is n religion, regard it ns Yours nro also our delights ; constructed in tho country surround ns a general thing deal with the proa euro for all discuses, especially for tho nights were frosty, and many times Honey, honey In tho comb wo awoko to think it morning when although it is being diminished at a ing New York to supply this market. ducer. In most of the small towns consumption. At their sacred festivals Tho capture and tho bringing home! tho man who keeps tho general store great rate, it is likely to maintain that Theso wero often forty by forty feet they remain for days in tho Mate of only our heads had becomo uncovered Chicago llecord. square, and sunk into the earth to pre- is tho middleman. He takes eggs from by tho blankets and tho big wliitu condition for a long time. ecstasy described. Statistics show that tho Stato of vent freezing, so thoy wero really im- all the farmers in tho surrounding terExperts nt Johns Hopkins University moon fihono fair upon us. Getting up ritory, paying thorn part in cash nnd will obtain from tho specimens fur- in the night to poke the lire and thaw Georgia has n lnrger pcrccntnge of this mense underground refrigerators. Thousands of barrels of eggs w'ere part in trade. In this way bo gets nished tho active principle of tho the stiffening out of one's legs is called reservo than auy two other States in and then bo and tho South, and thnt its timber is of wut by steamer to other ports, nnd largo accumulation", plant. Thus it is expected that a now by tho boys "playing freeze-out'- " tbo "Yaukeo winter egg" was ns well makes bis deals with tho buyers, who tho first commercial quality. A Tho best tune medicine, valuable, perhaps, for many we all participate in tho game. Truth. All this business is transacted at known ns nro Edison s inventions. In test tho quality nud ship direct to remedial purposes, will bo added to cigarette at two o'clock in tho morn "Isn't Baggs ono of the first seting, with one's back to the lire, whilo Savannah, aud reference to tho official taking theso eggs from the vats the thoir employers. tbo phnrmacopiieia. "No; hasn't soltlcd in six Often theso country storekeepers tlers?" tho moou looks down on you, your reports of that city thnt tho tim- handlers used to suffer terrible torture Dr. Carl Lumlioltz has recently dismako contracts to deliver a ocrtain months." Atlanta Constitution. covered that four varieties of this cac- comrade breathing about you, a wolf ber trndo of that port had risen from from tho constant soaking of their Workman "Is tho boss nl home?" 107,371,032 feet in 1S8D to 1 10,24U,-00- 3 hands in tho "pickle," and rubber number of eggs at a certnip prico to tus aro known to tho aborigines in howling mournfully from a neighborthese storage men. Now York News. Nowfnther "No; tho nurse has her feet in 1891-- 2, and that shipments gloves wero tried, but they retarded northern Mexico. One giant kiud is ing hill, the mountains towering on n. out for nn niring." Chicago regarded by them as their chief med- every side, and the tall pines painting wcro made to twenty ports in tho the work too much. Tho remedy came Kind. hearted Brakcman and the Tramp. forin tho shape of cold storage. This is icine, being much more poworful thuu inky shadows across the ghostly grass, United States and to twenty-thre- e It's tho man with tho narrow mind Tho Century contains another artitho plant employed by tho Kiowas. is a mild sensation nnd rather pleas- eign ports, Spain aud tbo Argentino now tho thing and it has wrought a It has cheapened cle iu the series on tramp-lifThey can drink any amount of corn ant. Some of the men nro on foot, Confederation taking tho largest for- wondrous change. writton who is generally most anxious to givo eggs, although the experiments first by a young man who, disguised ns n away a pieco of it. Chicago lieur and this remedy will take away from soring their horsos' backs, ami eign shipments. This is n wonderful traffic, aud it tried wero somewhat on an expensive trump, has lived among the tramps of their buckskin boots aro wearing out, ill effects. ntO It is seldom that ono finds an several countries. Ho thus describes Tho plant is also pounded and so they sit about the lire ami stitch. bids fair to increase at a rapid pneo. scale. It is a wiso provision that tho conceited mnn usually gets u wife who thrown into water to htupnrfy fish. We aro all very dirty, ami I no longer Savannah is tho paradise for lumber nddlod egg thnt comes from n cold an adventure with a Ktorgo warehouse. Tho reason of this American bnikeinuu : thinks he's smart. Cleveland Plain This method of making fish drunk, take comfort in watching the cook and timber dealers. is that they aro carefully selected beDealer. At nightfall sixteon tramps, includthus rendering their capture easy, is mako tho bread, for fear 1 may bo Cultivation ol the Itubber Tree. foro being put in. ing myself, boarded n freight-traimuch practised in some parts of tho tempted to usk bin if ho will not wash He "Givo me a kiss, won't you?" A cold storage egg houso in this bound west. From timo to timo tho subject of tho southern Hoeky Mountains. Certain his hands, whereat tho boys may indiI was now on tbo main She (hesitatingly) "Well I will, il tribes in Arizona employ tho common cate that I am a "dudo,"and will look cultivation of tho rubber tree receives city is nn interesting study. The line of too Now York Central, nnd bad you won't give it away." Somervillo yucca for tho purpixse. But the Zunis down on me. The llour is noarly tho attention of the press of this and "stock" is brought in during August no further need to fear nny lnrgo Courier. never do this, because they worship gone, and shortly it will not matter other countries, and tho wonder is ex- nnd Septomber, nnd continued until nmouut of walking. During the night-rid- o Tho world is sadly in need of an infishes. Everything to whether the cook's hands aro rusty or pressed why such an experiment is tho bens censo layiug. As tho eggs I had n very plonsant talk with vention thnt will wnrti people when pertaining water is wicred to thorn, by reason of not. The coffee and sugar promiso to never carried to n successful com- arrivo they are sorted. This is a job tlio brakeman at my end of tho train. they havo talked ouough. MilwauIt has been that requires not only dexterity in I was iu a "gondola" (open car), and kee Journal. i no vaiuo 01 uio mini in mat arid re- hold out. When William can no loiu- - pletion, snyo Hardware. gion. Thoy look with horror on a er servo "bull gravy" with his fried attempted even in tho United States, handling, but a practiced eye. The ho espied mo from tho top of a boxJagson says it's ono thing for a serr ns a worse than a meat I shall havo many regrets, but for this Government took pains, fifty placo whero tho sortago goes on is car, and camo down. "Hello, Shorty," they aro swamped by the probabilities or sixty years ago, to plant some trees always n dark ono. A sperm candle ho said, "whuxo aro you goin'?" "Just vant girl to kuow her. place, but quito cannibal. n different thing for her to keep it. iu Florida, and those trees may bo nbout two inches iu diameter, such as up tho road a bit, boss," I answered. Tho aborigines havo long been of a tobacco famine, which is imminent. We got Ueer every day, but to thero yet, but so far as financial re- is used by plumbers, is tho only light "Well, let's go to tho other end of tho Elmira Gazette. familiar with an immense number of Grandma "Bobby, what nro yon nurcoticsuud stimulants. Tholloopahs ono not used to a strictly meat diet it sults nro concerned, it is hardly prob-abl- o allowed to tho sortor. He seats him- car, whero we won't catch, tho cinders; tliat ten cents in revenue from self on an ompty box, placo j his light I'vo got ono in my eye uow filin it to doing in tbo pantry ?V Bobby "Oh, and other Indians in California smoko begius to pall. Tho Indian hunter Scientific upon another, pulls a crato of eggs to pieces. Can you tako it out, d yo I'm just puttiug a few things nway, wild hemp. One or two full inhala- takes the stomach of a deer, fills it thorn was over received. tions of it induces stupor, followed by with meat, uud deposits it under tho men from tho Kcw Gardens havo taken his left and a packing box to his right. think?" bo asked. I hold his lantern graudmu. "Tit-Bits- . Wo roast it in slices and monoy given them out of tho Queen's Then ho is ready for business. With on my arm, and looked for tho cinder, ecstasy. Tho Mopivcs, Yiiiiuw, and coals. Vanever "It is too bad that Davo other tribes of Colorado and Arizona chunk1, but I like it better whoa Treasury to investigate tho subject, lightning rapidity ho seizes threo eggs which was soon out. Just then tbo has tho smallpox, isn't it?" Cossnr chew the dried leavos of a plant re- "jerkod" brown, in it then affords and after elaborate reports of what with one hand, and with tho other train whistled for Fonda, and tho "Yes. In fact ho is to bo pittod." could bo done, tho whole matter has passes each ono quickly beforo tbo brakeman said: "You want to lay low Chicago sembling the Eastern jiinson weed, somewhat more mystery to a tasto altlamo of his caudle. ready jadod with venison. In travelfallen into neglect. In an instant here, for there's a watchman in tho which has a (lower like u hugo "Jackson tells me tho Inst thing bo In fact, tie rubber forests of tbo each is graded. Thoro nro five grades, yards. I'll bring you a bit to eat out wroto was accepted. Do you know morning glory. Tho frenzy ing with pack animals it is tho custom induced by it is useful iu religious to make a day's march beforo halting, Amazon yet unexplored, aro bo largo and his skill, which has become al- of my pail after wo pull out." Ho re- what it was?" "Yes, his resignation?" aud a day's march ends about four that all tlio New Eugland States could most intuitive, immediately classifies turned, when wo wero again started, ua tires. Chicago Inter-OceaMora than fifty species of plants pos- o'clock, or when water is found. Ten bo thrown into a half dozen spots eneb egg. It is cither "good," with a parcel of food, and began to Customer "That's a queer shaped turned around, and yet thero would "cracked," "stalo," "dirty," or "rot- speak of the towns up tho road. sessing narcotic properties of tobacco, hours' maroli will loosen ouo's cartrfive or six holes, for venibo plenty of room to spare. In viow ten." Thoso in tho latter oitegory are "Utica," ho said, "if you intend get-ti- picoo of pie. Looks something like a to which several of thorn aro related, idge-belt Wnitor "No, sir; it's a nro used by the Iudiaus oi California son and coffee is not a strong food. of this plenty, it is almost as absurd cast into tho garbngo barrel. Tho your brenkfast thero in tho turnover, Good News. to cultivate rubber ns it would bo to "cracked" aro sold to nnd tho Southwest. Tho Zunis vary Hy V2 m. we acquire a wolfish yearnand mornin', is sort of n snide place, this but that rig up nn Atlantic or a Pacific Ocean tho "stale" to second-clas- s "Is Timson still looking for a job?" bakers. tho effects of their tobacco by adding ing for tho "llesh-pots,- " timo of tho year. You see, tbo Tho term "dirty eggs" may nmnsc to it different vegetable substances. shortly is relieved by tho contraction over ngain for tho suko of getting aro around there, and the "No, bo's perfectly discouraged." What is truo of tho tho render, nnd ono might say, "Why polico always nrrest n lot of 'em, nnd "Why?" "Well, ho found one tho To lesson its strength, thoy utilize the of the stomach, or three or four quarts moro sea water. on earth don't thoy wash them?" The you lellows nro likely to bo juggoa first day." Chicago uiiddlo bark of tho pine tree. To of mountain water will afford some Amnzou regiou is true of Assam, Momake it stronger, thoy put with it wild relief. By nightfall ono can "dy into" zambique, Central nnd Western Africa nnswer is, it doesn't pay. Eggs are too. This town thnt we've just left, "Ya'as, Cholly gave her a piece of too delicato an article to admit of however, is tho meanest oue on tho his mind when ho met her." "It must aud Central America. carrot seed or coriander seed. To ren- a venison steak, whilo cigarotts, coflee, Then the expeno of cultivation is a much bundling, aud tho less they nro road I was comiu' through thero havo boon a very small pieco then, if der it sweeter, they employ nuiso seed. and a dosiro to lie down restore one's factor. Tho rubber treo has to bo manipulated tho hotter. It is a pecu-- 1 about n week ago, and didn't kuow ho has any left." Now York Press. Many South American tribes make equanimity. Harper s Magazine. nearly twenty-fivyears old befcro it liar coincidence, but nevertheless n thero was a bum on tho train. Tho nn intoxicating drink by .soaking corn Ho called her up over tho telephone. Memorized (tie Word-;- . Nor noticed his boss' frown c;iti be tapped, aud has also to havo a fuct, that a dirty egg is nlmost always watchman scouted around, und found until it is soft, then chewing it and 'Till whon he'd talked an hour or twa Of the use of Spanish in the public climate ranging from seventy to ninety n good one, but its influence would bo threo of 'em in a box-caexpectorating it into a bowl. The ind yanked And found himself called down. degreos, and whero it rains evorj day bad when subjected to the confinement 'em nil up. If I'd known thoy were liquor thus obtained is permitted to schools, George Atkinson iu tho CalaBuffalo Courier. Those nro tho requisites of a cold storage in tho year. Therebasas, tells of tui experience of his own. round, I'd postod 'em nbout this town, ferment over night, when it is ready "I've half a mind to Write n magafore they aro carefully pneked by but I hadn't an idea thoy were there. for use. This is precisely tho method At Calabasas a few years ago ns one of for tbo best rubber. Think of the poem." account of growing a rubber themselves and sold ns "fresh sec- I hato to seo a lad get pulled for ridin' zine seems to "All right. Half a employed by tho Polynesians in tho tho Trustees ho visited tho school on mind bo about enough for All tho children were grove. There is also tho capital and onds" to tbo ordinary groceryman. a train, becauso I'vo been broko my- that sort of "kuvn. " tho last day. preparation of tho thing." New York Press. Every dollar spent Tbo purchnser enn thon wash them, self, und I kuow what it is to bo on tho Mexicans, uud ho wanted tit see how interest account. There aro very fow huvugos in the "I remember when I was n girl " o world who do not know how to got tho laws of tlio Territory, that all in planting would bo four beforo tho nnd when thoy nppenr after a road. I'll always carry a man on my should be taught English, was tree camo to maturity, the interest acboil on the table of your board-in- train if I can. But of courso you begau Miss Antique. "What a wondrunk, though distillation is a process children Ho was astonished and house, they aro immaculato in their kuow, Jack, that sometimes tho 'con' derful memory you must have!" incount making that value readily. Tho of modern civilized invention. Cap- working. terrupted Mi6s Sharpo. Harper's pleased at their progress. They could loss of trees is also very large. New appearance. is a mean devil, nnd wo can't do anytain Botirko, United States Army, Bpzar. thinks that tho ancient Mexicans knew tako up a reader aud go through their York News. Tbo boxes delivered at tbo storage thing that'll givo him a grndgo ag'iu Customer tho still before tho Spanish conquest. exercises with tho utmost correctness. "I want a No. 2 that wnrebonso contain 360 eggs, or thirty us; if bo should seo a bum on tho Ko Driver Was .Vceuoxl. On tho other hand, the making of And spell thoy could spell tho words dozens, nnd each sorter calculates on train bo might report us. So you seo will fit comfortably nnd " Shoo u Thero aro many inoidents that His fermented drinks has been understood with precision and correctness. sorting nlout two boxes an hour. what risks wo run. But I'vo given Clerk "Yes, ma'am; wo hnvo that iu our littlo mountain towns dur- When ho is practically through with many a Lid a rido, aud I'm always very sizo in fives." Chicago Inter-Oceaby the most primitive pcoplu from pleasure gave way, however, when ho Last Friday tho bis day's work tho "stower" or prehistoric tunes all over tho world. found that thoy wero no better iu ing n snowstorm. willing to bo square to a square plug" Their people of Forest Hill wero somewhat d African natives universally know how practical English than before. work begins. Ho tnkes each (fellow). This is a typical Poet "I have called to learn what g to proparo liquors acquirement was only "parrot" Eng surprmed to seo tho stage tu-- m como box of "primes" nnd stows it away in Eastern brakeman, nud tho has become of my poem I sont you, They would gay tho words, or trotting guily into town, jroudly tho cold storago vaults. tramps liko him. from such simple materials as the tops lish. 'Tho Bravo Fireman?'" eutitlcd sugar-canand cocoa-nu- t spell thorn, but had littlo or no idea of drawing tho sleigh which liul been in of broom-corn- , Thus individual invarably wears a Editor "It went to tho fire. "PhiladCut Oir the Spy's Kara. milk. Tho Esquimaux did not their significance. "There is one thing iiso for tho past week. If was the Authick cardigan jacket over his vest, elphia Bccord. kuow how to get drunk until the sure,"suys Mr. Atkinson; "thoy ought burn mail team, aud as they pranced nnd this is nono too wnrm, for when Tbo following is an incident of" tho Mrs. Houscr "What'd that furni-tur- o whalers and fur traderi from .Europe to learn English, but they haven't got idoug through town they attracted es- bo is working tho hnrdest bo finds troubles between Spain aud the native dealer say when you told him pecial attention from the fact that they himself in a temperature that is never Moors iu tho Murillu district : A patho right way yet. In Calabasas disfurnished them with rum. When that mirror ho sent up was cracked?" Columbus landed, no Indians wcro ac- trict 38000 has boon expended on tho succeoded in getting along nicely allowed to go above thirty-sidegrees trol of a Spanish baud caught n Moor Housor "Said ho'd look into it." without a driver. quainted with alcoholic bovcragos school, and yet thero is ouly ono MexiFnhronbeit. As in a conservatory, in Spanish territory, und, beforo tho Buffalo Courier. Up tbo street thoy wont, turned to thero aro thermometers everywhere, captain beard of tho capture, cut oil can boy thoro who can speak English.'' north of Mexico. Husband you tho loft and stopped iu front of Ilea's and tho temperature is as assiduously the man's cars. rid Tucson (Arizoua) Citizen. Tho Apaches of southern Arizona, It turned out, how- that big, ugly"How did girl?"gotWife of servant Hotel. After a moment's pauso thoy looked after and attouded to as who aro tho most murderous and unthat of ever, that tho Moor was a spy in tbo (ilticoso iu Molasses. proceaiod to tbo Fostofiice, then to a dying patient in an hospital. On pay of the Spaniards, duly provided "I lifted a bigger and uglier ono to tamable of nil North American abori" gines, make a terrific whisky from tho Tho proportion of glucoso used to tho oxpress ofllco and gently turning tho other baud tho mercury in a cold whhi safe conduct, and when ho drivo hor out and take bee place. Now York Weekly. to tho right thoy trotted off to tho storago egg houso must ap of a small species of caotus. They tho barrel of molasses varies with tho not drop reached tho fort his outcry against tho Wq havo a morbid curiosity to know quality of tho raw material, but it is bum. Their movements wero not lower than zero, and, in fact, it is outrage to which ho had been subjectcut out tho hearts of tho plants, strange, ns thoy did tho same thing kept as near eighteen or twenty de- ed produced u great effect. littlo cabbages, and iu the estimated that thero aro not infreHo could what would be tbb outcome if wo had income. Wo would recoptacles left behind tho quently two barrels of glucoso added every dav, but as thoy did them with grees as possiblo, ibis boing the never roturu, ho said, to his country, a milliuu-dolla- r for a while. From this thoy dis- to each barrel of molasses. Tho phys- out a driver thoy attricted consideraccumulates. thnt is found to bo tho most for the very women would ask him surely mako tho Dansvillo (N. Y.) Breeze. til tho famous "mescal," which drives ical effects upou tho molasses so able attention. advantageous for preserving purposes. where were his ears thut had heard As tho treasuro box nnd tho mail those who drink it to sheer madness. troated aro said to bjphouomenal, and Last fall there wero about 125,000,-00- 0 news iu hiB own country which bohad in 'My wifo went downtown Probably tho most primitive mothod it is n ditlicult matter for anybody not bag wero gone it was feared thnt a of eggs put in cold storage ware- carried to tbo enemies of bis people. nil tho raiii to buy something that sho A search houses of distilling id pruotisod by tho Indians nn expert to detect the presenco of robbery had taken place. in und about this city. But Ho hud abandoned a country whero couldn't do without, and sho parted Alaska, whoso apparatus for tho pur- glucoso in tho goods. A low grado of was instituted and soveral miles down this vast nmouut docs not by any tho inhabitants mutilated tho dead, with it almost ns soon as she got of tho road, seated on a stump, whistling menus supply tho consumption of tho nnd wns now among it pcoplo who mupose consists of nothing more elabor- kettle molassos, or, preferably contri-fug"Wasn't that rather a home." two tin cans and a tube of tho molasses, by tho employment of "After tho Ball," waB tho hearty form metropolis. Illinois, Indiana, Michi- tilated tho living. ate than When Marshal strango proceeding?" "Not at all; kind of seaweed known as "giant glucose, which is n colorless sweet, is of tho driver. Besido him was tho box gan nud other Western States supply eho bought a comb." King's Jester. kelp." The tube is buried insuowto metamorphosed from u black liquid to and tho mail bags and ho was simply several million more, and those are a to bo hold. A member Sympathizing Friotid "I'm sorry like, for keep it cool. Molasses furnishes tho a bright goldon sirup of good body, waiting, Micawbcr Although something Into in tho season that is, in Febru- of tho band named Joso Forreau Biera to learn that your marriage with tha n skilled which is not ouly phasing to tho eye, to "turn up." raw material. ary and March, whon thoy aro trans- confessed thut ho had cut off the ears. rich American heiress is nn unhappy Leaves of tho cocoa plant, which, ns but by reason of tho cheaper prico of driver, ho had boon "spilled," audit ported here in Joso had some timo beforo escaped in- ono. Is it on account of her disposicars. to town to carry tho exlias been baid, somewhat resembles in glucoso may bo sold to tho trade at a was too far It costs no moro to handle and stow to Moorish territory aud taken refuge tion?" Impecunious Foreign Priuce so ho waited for press its properties tho cactus of tho south- much lower figure than tho straight relief and mail bags, Col fax (Cal.) Sen- eggs of large size than it does smaller at tho houso of tbo spy, who had, "Yees her dcosposeotion to bandlo till it came. aro always found nrticlc, frco from adulteration. New ones, so tho largo Western selected however, given him up to tho Spanish all zo money ern prairio IndianH, herself "Chicago tinel. bring prices that fully pay for thoir authorities. New York Ledger. buried with tho ancient mummies of Orleans Democrat. Tribune. inoilcrntion thoy nro a most powerful tonic. Like tho famous cocoa of Peru, thoy clteck wusto nml so stimulate tho bodily activity iw to onablo u man to work html without Bleep for duys toe, Kcmnrknblo Kneels Produced by tlio it thoy aro enabled to get along for days without rest or food. Chewing ofCuctiiA Hearts I'rlin- Sir Samuel Baker, tho great exItlvo Kcriueiitrcl Drinks plorer, onco cntiio upon a villago full Tlio Muddculiift Mescal. of sick pcoplo iu Africa. Iu order that use, it Bureau of Ethnology luis thoy might havohowfor medicinal alcoto mako nn ho taught them lorwuniou to .loans nopKins naUniviTHity for nnalysis u holic bovcrago out of ono of their quantity of tho hearts of cer tive vegetables. When next ho cntno tain species of cacti uativo to tlio In- that way, nbout n year later, ho found dian Territory. Theso aro oaten "by tho town quito recovered from illuess, tho Kiowns nml othar Southern pruirio but given over to habitual intoxicatribes, producing nil intoxicant fiomo-wh- tion. Ho was more th in doubtful us to Used in tho practical usefulness of his assistJiko that of huMhoenli. T at him-Kei- f, d, Timber Waste. Wo nil know what n wnsto Hero has "boon in tho timber of this country. Until within tho last ten years or so thoro was no thought of economy in this line. Grand forests of valuablo woods wero cut down and consigned to tho ilaines, and to a considerable extent thisis goingonyet in tho timbered sections of tho country. It is ensy to understand why this seemingly wanton destruction is made. 'The owner of tho land wnnts n clearing for u farm nnd becnuso of tho difficulty of conveying this timber to market it has no salablo value, nnd tho quickest nnd easiest wny to get rid of itistoburn it up nnd lot the future, iu its wnnt of timber, tako care of It is only after the lands aro cleared nnd established ns farms, nnd tho country becomes woll settled, nnd railways lead into it thnt this timber When gone becomes very valuable. it is wanted, aud what was wnstod would bo worth moro than tho cultivated properly, buildings and nlL Besides, tho demands of our civilization for timber, nnd for tho articles into which it is convertible nro enormous; they have increased at n wonderful rnto nnd nro likely to increase with tlio activity nnd prosperity of our people. All this makes tho pres ent timber reservo of tho country of great importance. Sagacious men are awaro of its growing vuluo nnd nro buying it up in largo quantities. From recent investigations it seems that tbo South has tbo principal timber reservo of tho United States, nnd it-se- lf. EGGS ON ICE. A TABLK OKMrWOYTIIAT IS At,. WAYS KICIT IN SKASON. How Its Freshness Is Artificially Preserved Tlio Cold Storage System Sorted by Kxpcrt Handlers Itnpld Counters. very many years ago it was chronic complaint in winter there wero scarcely nny eggs in tho market, nnd those 6 that wero advertised for sale wero so awfully denr thnt only tho rich could woll afford to buy them. Then camo tbo lime egg. About thirty years ngo a chemist conceived tho idea of preserving eggs by means of n "pickle." This was composed of water-limsalt and saltpetre. , Owing to tho Bweat of wooden bar rels when filled with this decoction it was customary for every whether farmer or otherwise, to have a vat built, usually in bis cellar, composed of brick or stone. When this was lined with cement ho could pack therein thousands of dozens of eggs, and thus prcservo them until the prico bad gone up from ten cents wholesale to twenty-fiv- e ceuts per dozen. Then bo would sell at rfflno profit. Selected eggs thus packed would not deteriorate greatly in ninety dayp,aud the business grow to such proportions egg-raise- N" long haul Eastward. From tho statistics gathered dnrlng tho past five years it is evident that Xow Yorker? nro becoming great egg consumers. Tn fact, tbo increase in the supply ha boon nearly eighteen per cent, oer year during that time, nnd this hns been met half way by the demand. Wliilo ico has been a great factor in tho past in the cold storago business it is plain to bo seen thnt compressed air will supersede it entirely. By ite uso tho temperature can easily bo kept constantly nt one point, nnd nn ovon temporaturo is greatly to bo desired. -- the nnc, In tlio hive, on winter nfcpl", What my littlo boo delimits? Mnny dreams of many bloom?, Nectars sweet nnd Jrncrnnt glooms Mnny gardens spread to view Daily you nro sailing through ! Mountains, vnlloys, meadows, trocs, Aro your Islands nnd your cas. Novpr nny prlzo you ml Of unmi-nl,ervictories. Hnr.ly plr.itn. Iceon, alert, r onoe a l.Wom hurt-O- nly matin to yield n bit Of tlio riclnipss Kiven It Who rim Mnmo yon If you tax This for honor, thnt for wax Hot freebooter on tho quest, N'-v- ' r, With its tibo ulso considerable extra help is dispensed with, for thero ia an automatic arrangement which regulates tho compressors as well as tho ventilators. The wnges of egg handlers varies from 32 to 3 per day, according to their experience and dexterity. A man who can grado nnd count two boxes, or 720 eggs nn hour, is worth $3 per day to an mnn. As in other trades, some nro slow, while others moro expert get on rapidly in acquiring kuowle.lgo of tho trndo. The mnin troublo with tho business, however, is that it is not egg-stora- Cutlass rondv If Nono can nnma you craven Vnlght, 1 rl6vj prcssod, Opi'D-hnntle- d, to-d- ny ccrK-sil- 5 PITH AND POINT. For-tune. Intcr-Ocea- e, Intcr-Ocea- u. kind-hearte- d n ! r t.l fish-out- er god-oate- Inter-Ocea- n. sweet-scente- d n. n' first-clas- left-ove- r.' s, hop-picke- rs Inter-Ocea- u. o r, egg-hous- ox-jicu- d three-iniuut- g hap-po- n. stovo-doro- 's kind-hearte- druuk-produeiu- -- e -- x cup-shape- d tem-peratu- ink-hu- m to-da- y al court-marti- al cold-storag- o . Vfc. 4.J )V '.V. V-- . -- . T r- SUPPLEMENT TO THE SMALL CHANGE. SEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL, STAMFORD, KT. 'J "1 SEE-SAW f 3 big- - T' ; u Ii k rr I Pi UUALirV 310UK nil'OItTAXT THAN HARVEY'S BIMETALLISM Claptrap talk about "Wall street" QL'AXTm'. eboold not decoivo nnyono into voting It in duo to Mr. Harvey to commoml .for cheap dollars. So far ns tho stock OF SOME OF THE EVIL3 OF FitEE I see that Senator Stewart said tho tho frankness with which ho sets forth Jjrokors and speculators of "Wall street COINAGE. other day that young men wcro not tho financial feast to which wo aro inaro concerned it makes no differonco marrying so much now as thoy osodto vited. Ho suggests : Jvhat kind of monoy wo have. In fact, becauso wo did not havo freo silver. "Thoy say it is not bimetallism un (they aro not very anxious to havo a Secretary Carllslo States Plainly Why Freo silTcr what will it do, accord- loss tho two metals stay at exact ut&bla financial system, as thoy profit Debtors Would Not be Hcncflttcd ing to Senator Stewart? Why, it will parity of 10 to 1. Thcso men do not .most when prices fluctuate. Wall and Why Everybody Kino Would . know what bimetallism is. It may ba 'tVAAl la ,:!.- - ii III make that young man, if ho contemo oiuiijr bo Injured by Freo Coinage. Dogcy to scare plated matrimony, expect to havo all dcsirablo to lot ono motal go (out of innocent farmers and workiugmen. ,.V YA t tho expenses of his household, from circulation?), as it would bo now. Mr. Chairman, no man can forotell his bride's outfit and tho now coat ho With both as primary monoy wo maj. Tho silveritos aro growing desporato with certainty all tho consequences and bimotallio uougui ior mo coromonv. and so on havo bimetallism $s they realizo that thoy aro losing that would follow a Budden chango in through all his domestio nrrangomonts prices, whether ono motal has a ten ground, and aro now abusing thobnsi-ines- s our standard of valuo from gold to deeven to tho baby's cradle, mado moro dency to leave us moro than tho othor men of tho country as well as tho preciated silver, but in my opinion dear. Do you think that would or not. And, if dcsirablo to stop its bankers. In a rocont magazine articlo thoy would bo most disastrous to tho bo an inducement to matrimony? leaving, a chango in tho ratio will do ,tho author of "Coin'a Financial material interests of our peoplo. Of Then they say that tho amount of it, and, if necessary, can do it so as School attaokB merchants and trnor. course, tho obligation of all contract money regulates prices. Does it havo to net thn other motal going, so that generally, classing them with 'money existing at tho timo the chango is made any great ofloct upon prices if it is wo can feed Europe cithor metal wo .changers" as enemies of mankind. would bo seriously impaired ; credit, good money? may choose." ft0" nonsonso indicates tho montal which constitutes tho very foundation VUtuo timo wo hear, and I beliovo xalibro of tho would-b- e teachers of the of all industrial and commercial activthat it is uncontradicted, that about people on tho important question of ity and prosperity, would bo destroyed fivo per cent, of all tho transactions our money, and will open tho eyes of for a long timo at least; our domestic of tho peoplo of thin country aro mado trodo would bo paralyzed (ny businees mon who may havo been could bo readjusted so as tountil values Air 1 It , ' . Yki jfi .b i ,1 Si rvhLflJf I r. j in money. All tho rest of tho trans- y wcwBii " for tho moment deluded into belioving conform to -. ! i i ci r J ,i t ,.vi i tho altered monetary system ; tho funds actions aro mado with other media-che- cks, teomo of tho free Bilver fallacies. notes and all kinds of things. of widows and orphans and others in tho If this is true, snppoBO wo could douFor people who do not think for hands of guardians, executors and other ble tho amount of money in on fiduciaries would bo at onco diminthemselves tho weight of mero s what would wo havo dono? Wo and tho estates has great authority. So when ished about would havo doubled fivo per oent. of they find evidenco of a widespread of tho intended beneficiaries would bo tho whole. What would wo havo added? agitation for freo silver they say: divided about equally between them o would havo added fivo per cont. to 'Seo how this idea is spreading. and their trustees. Just as soon as it ' tho whole. In $1000 what would wo XrzS rlMBRPW i Til fl '.thero must bo something in it." Thero became reasonably certain that a free havo added? Wo would have added is something in it, but it is only what coinage law would bo enacted, every So0. But snpposo in adding that tho small boy found when ho cut his man whoso obligation had matured 550 yon havo disturbed tho minds of drum open to seo what made tho would bo compelled to pay it, or men so that tho other niucty-flreound wind. per Any scheme which havo his property sacrificed at forced coin, was uiminisncd, as had becu promises men wealth without working sale under judicial process; for I dono no sensible creditor would stand from timo to timo durfor it will get somo followers. csDcciftllv ing tio last fow years. Supposo you if It is backed up by powerful in- quietly by and wait for tho passage of llt)(ETAT.Ua KXEnCIHC apply your pcrcontago to 3050,000 terests liko tho silver mino owners. a law confiscatincr abont nnn.lmlf nt and cut that in two, owing to tho unBut it will die out just as soon as the his claim. Debtors who think that Bimetallism and bimetallic prices certainty you havo creatod in the peoplo find thoy have been deceived, thoy aro to bo benefited by this policy with silver olouo in circulation gold minds of men as to tho quality of their as most of the followers of freo coin-ag- o will bo most egregiously mistaken, unless thoir obligations havo many money; suppose you hove only having left us, with tho blessed privaro finding out. I QUESTIONS FOR SILVEIUTES. years to run beforo maturing. Banks aueou it iy w por cont. what is tho ilege on our part to buy it back if wo WHV 1TOKSIII1 SSILVEKI will result? Why, you havo diminished pay ohango our coinago ratio so as to "Thero is not enough motal money could not mako any loans to tho peo moro for it, and of dumping our Tho to do tho business of tho country," is ple, becauso every man who had a $95. nnd when vou como to arguments of the freo I contond for tho present systom. that . silver in Europo if, by tho samo in them would rush at once coinago shoutors consist mainly of de Thoy think I am opposed to silver. I , V,1 S50 tbftt Jro" Lnvo the confident assertion of tho silver-ite- s, y change, wo offer it cheaply enough on which they baso a plea for for his monoy, for fear ho might nunciations of tho "crimo of 1873," am no moro opposod to silver thnn nnv nun iiiMiuct ""u"ii .iuur uiuui'j-thut vou aro your and with tho monoy end of overy cheap dollars. 815 Thoy aro altogether bo paid in a depreciated currency, and and abuso of tho gold bugs and monoy Other roinninilitf Wliv tt,l.1 . S05 you will find wrong. off than when you started. transaction at tho sport of Congress, It is truo that thero is not thcreforo the banks, instead of grant- sharks. When asked for a plain state- pay moro for silver than tho market 1 Harvey 4 AOU per cent, enough monoy if all business was dono ing now loans, would bo compelled by ment of tho effects of their cheap dol- lirinn? Wn l..,. .n.: ... : ti. far aaro tho circulating worso ofl so Mr.claiming a in altogether toloo modest in return only tho times on a cash basis. But each year more iu ucmamis upon tnom to insist upon lar Bchomothey dodge and wriggle, but open market. Wo aro trying to medium that tho immediato payment of all their refuso to crivo a btraiaht answer. really tntmacts your allairs is con- of our fathers. Thero would bo actualana moro of tho total volumo of So our fccrvantH from paying moro I of goods is carried on with our discounts then outstanding. The con- long as thoy contlno themselves to ac- than tho market value. Womakecloso cerned. That is ono of tho great rea-- I ly involved a relapse to the times of system of bank credits, by which busi- traction of the curroncy by tho expul counts of tho good times which thoy contracts for every kind of services sons why wo find thcuo great disturb tho patriarchs. Hon. John DoWitt ness is dono with very httlo money. sion of 031,000,000 in gold would uiicgo win lonow tho adoption of freo which aro demanded, but thoy toll us ances m lmuuc!4 when mon tamper earner, in orum. As our banking system is perfected diminish tho ability of tho dobtor to coinage, thoy may make somo couverts. that silver is something sacred that with the currency. 1 havo and extended tho noed for monoy in pay his obligation nt tho very timo But as soon as their pretences aro silver is a monoy metal. Well, it is given this illustration iu COLS LOOKS I.V OX A I'OKElt (JAJIK. punctured by sharp interrogation not a monoy metal which tho peoplo answer to tho assertion that tho settling accounts grows constantly when payment was most urgently ".Must havo beou a big gamo less. If metal money alone was used, In this general collapso of points, they collapso and aro heard of want to handle much, except for mero amount of monoy regulntod prices benil tho silver in tho world would not credit and destruction of business, no more Whon a believer in honest exchange. But even if it was u manav causo some money is necessary in rutnarked tho newcomer. bo a tenth of tho amount needed for thoso who would bo most injured aro money is urged to vote for enriching metal, is that any reason why it should our True, transaction. somo "I m;o that all tho chips aro out ou tho tho very peoplo to whom most ha3 silver mino owners at tho cxpenso of bo favored?. It must bo tested as wo money is necessary this country's business. still, because table." been promised by tho free coinaeo ad tho wholo peoplo let him nsk tho "Looks big, but itV choap." excur test diamond, silks, satins, muslins, wo havo not yet reduced While SOmO Of tho silvnritPH iloni- - vocate tho great producers of the somo of thoso questions: everything wo buy. Wo must test it methods of lunitum to such a com- plained tho man who had been winning 1. Has any intelligent business man by its market value, and plete nysUmi that wo hottlo everything steadily. "None of tho gang had that thoy beliovo in fiat money, all country, tho farmers and tho laborers if much money, so we put n their arguments in favor of fifty in our mechanical and agricultural in with th3 knowledgo of tho laws whioh ket valuo of silver is only that mar- by accounts. t cent dollars aro used by greenbackcrs dustries. govern prices, over given an opinion of its coinago valno in gold, how can les, so is somo grcaso on tho axlo limit on tho khuio nud reduced thoand Coxeyites as reasons for tho of a wagon necessary in ordortomove Pr3 of tho chips. Tho different It is unquestionably truo that no mai uy opening its mints to tho un- tho parity bo maintained? adoption of their schemes. for 1. 2 and 5 Aek any part of our pooplo is "so vitally inter- limited coinago of silver at 10 to 1 tho Tho caroful measures which I havo it any great distance at any spcod, be- colors sell lonest advocate of freo silver whether ested in the preservation of a sound United States could raiso tho com- - mentioned by which wo havo sus- cause man has not yet succeodod in centH, respectively, instead of 5, 25 CO ccnt., as UHiial." lio believes that tho Government's and stablo currency as tho men and mercial valuo of si'ver fifty per cont. ? tained tho gold standard, aro now to making an axle ou which tho wheel and 2. Is thero n country in tho world be swept away bv ono fell stroke, thn will revolve entirely without frictiou. Btamp can make 412 grains of silver women who work for waores (applause. "I see," said tho nowcomer. "yon worth, ono gold dollar. Ho will prompt- and in tho term wages I include which permits tho freo coinage of sil- freo coinage of silver. I say, wo can say with enual truth ns havo becomo rich by lowering your ly answer "yes." Then ask him if tho salaries and compensation in every ver at any ratio, which has not a silver guards which experienceAll tho safe- - , m-- v wn that becauso somo grease denominator, instead of increasing has shown, Government can mako a piece of paper lorm pom ior personal services in all standard for its curroncy? on tho axle, therefore tho your numerator, aa Thomoa Carlylo not only to our own countrv but to . " ncoesA-lo. is n noi a iaci that tho great ma direct. Chuap money is, iudocd, a .worth a gold dollar by merely print- tho occupations of life. Tho ovils of other Nations, to provent tho depre--' nmount of Rroaso fixes the cost of ing "ono dollar" on it. Nine times a depreciated and fluctuating currency jority oi tho business mon (merchants, You say that it blessing." of our coin and our currency, I Jas tt tou of frciSut- " iVo'vo been thinking, though." nut out of ton ho will again answer "yes." must always fall most heavily upon manufacturers, etc.) of tho country, aro about to bo abandonod, a now " absurdity; U " not true, Of course ho will bo wronc. ah it in not the poor, who do not produce for who aro tho men who carry on its standard is about to bo proposed, and moro l navo thought upon this in tho man who had held tho poorest " o xno wonts "one dollar" which makes themselves but for others, and who arc, commerco and industry, aro in favor all our monoy is to bo brought down 1UL'8t,on tho moro profoundly im-t- o hands, "that somothing should bo paper currency circulate, but tho fact therefore, compelled to purchase with of our prosent standard of valuo? n"i that moro pooplo aro dono to restraiu Eph, who has been that standard. Ls it stranco that I)rcssctl 4. Is not tho movement for freo tho pooplo of tho country aro w.becin i nnntii.i tu uiuqunuiyoiiuo monoy, winning every pot. I havo proposed tnat tho Uovernment will redeem it moir wapres evervthmcr thov nat. i.a..i.a r i vv..i.i..u . ..vtuoi uiuuu-- , iuhu with a gold dollar. A paper promise to drink and wear. Their wages will re- coinago largely duo to tho solfish mo- - nmg to bo alarmod about it ? As I shall in us quantity. a handicap; that Eph bo dealt four pay "ono dollar" would bo no good if main stationary, or at best they will tives of silver producers acting show presently, thoy aro looking for Charles S. Fairch'Jd. cards whoa tho rest of us receivo fivo each." it could not bo redeemed. But tho rise slowly and at long intervals, while through designing politicians? auothor thing ontirely. a larger vol A (J0OI) AUlSUMEXT. fact that silventes believo that tho tho pricesof the necessaries of lifo aro 5. Would not tho adoption of a freo umo of currency, and not a cheapen"Excuso me, Senator Peffor, I didn't Government's stamp makes values liablo to riso suddenly from day to coinago policy by tho United States ing or debasement of any of it. Thoo recognize you without your whinkers 1" fihows that their ideas of thonaturo of day as tho valuo of tho currency drive all of tho gold out of this coun Tim following letter addressed to tho exclaimed tho newcomer. "With all aro two quite money aro tho sarao as thoso of tho changes, and, consequently, what may try, mus contracting tho currency John Sherman,different things. Hon. Now York Herald puts tho silver ques- duo defcrenco to your recognized June 1, 1892. tion in a clear light : Populists and other flatista. financial ability, I would suggest a.s a over SGOO,000,000? uppcur io ue a lair rato oi compensaTo tho Editor of tho Herald : Canada ns an Object Lesson, 6. If so and that such would bo tho moro easily workod uohonio that you tion at Iho timo a labor contract is Prior to 1873 wo had freo coinago proceed to demonetizo Eph'a holdings. mado may provo to bo grossly inade- - result is generally adraittod by ail Tho cheap monoy faddists claim that The Greedy Silver l'lj ijuaiu iuuR ueioro mo Jauor is per- leading silveritos would not tho effect prices depend on tho amount of money of Hilver and gold at tho ratio of 10 to 1. Whon ho cashes in. redeem his chip This greedy silver pig nearly Yet a gold dollar, composed of U5.8 at tho rato of seven for a cent. Tho formed. The laborer cannot protect bo at onco to bring about widespread in each country. Thoy toll tho farmer Undo Sam's industrial garden himself against fluctuations in tho insolvency, business depression, and that wheat and cotton aro low becauso grains of standard gold, was intrinsi Dobtor Class must combine against two years ago. After a hard fight ho prices of commodities, for ho cannot generol disaster? monoy is scarce, and that doubling cally worth three cents less in 1873 tho Money Devil. Tho Kansas, or was driven out and tho e purchase at wholesalo when uriees ar ould not tho result ot putting the currency would doublo nricos. So than tho silver dollar containing 412J Warehouse, School of Finance, has Jaw hole, through which ho got in, was grains of standard silver. solvod tho problem of doing others low, and keep out of tho markets when this country on tho 6ilver basis bo much for theory. Now for facts. Now, if the freo coinago of gold bv beforo they havo n chance to do -prices are high ; ho must buy day by that debtors would bo enabled to re, Canada has about 0,000,000 popula 1 , day, and ho must pay out of his earn- - pudiate one-haof their debts, and if tion, and about $10 per capita of tho United States at tho ratio of 1 to yon." ings, whether thoir purchasing power bo, wonld that not bo equal to robbing money. And, so scyintj. Prof. Coin, for it According to tho tilverites I 10 at a timo when gold was admlttod bo great or small. Tho employer can- crcunors oi oi tho monoy tho price of all kinds of goods should . to Iroo coinage in all tho civilized Na-- I was indeod he, hurr.ed away to add not afford to promise higher wages in they had loaned? bo at loast fifty per cent, lower in Can- - tions of tho globo could not maintain another chapter to his 8. la thero any country which has nun iuuu m mis countrv. wlmrn xrn tho gold dollar ou a parity with tho work. Buffalo (N. Y.) Express. advance, because with a depreciating .. :. Hllvr flnllnr irntil.l l... ura tumugu f . !...., ... and fluctuating currency ho cannot tho silver standard in which wages are uuo over ann per capita. "t. . u Uut CVCiy- - 7 not far lower than in gold standard body knows that priced in both coun-- , of.8,lvcr now ftt the samo ratio main- possibly foretell what the prices of his Iffi i LsSYh c cry 'ot tor tho South. Zs4m prouuets will bo at any timo in tho countries? tries aro practically tho samo for nonr tain silver on a parity with cold? Tho Hnntsvillo Mercurv does not 9. Would not freo coinago, by doufuture. Thus tho laborer is tho vicif a diflerenco of three conts in tho boliovo ly all kinds of goods. Of courso in that tho people of tho Sonth tim of two influences neither of which bling priees (as based on cheap silver parts of Canada remote from markets dollar against gold could not bo o when gold was admitted to freo will commit themselves to the unlimcan ho successfully resist. He must money), roduco wugcB in this country farm produco is lower than in tho accept whatever wages aro offered by wiruugii mo uouoid cost of every- neighborhood of our great cities. But coinago all over tho world, can it bo ited coinago of silver. It says: "Our peoplo employers or go without work, and ho thing tho wage earasr must buy? thero is just as much difference be- reasouaoiy expected that a difference wealthy and want aro hoLcst if not every dollar paid to 10. Admitting that on tho silver tween the prices of products in, say of fifty cents in tho dollar against must pay whatover prices aro deor Thoy oould bo overcomo by tho freo them to bo worth 100 conts. manded in tho markets or co without standard tho farmer would get higher South Carolina, and in Connecticut. food. Hon. John G. Carlisle, at prices for his wheat, etc., would ho So it is not tho valuo of currency comngo ot tho latter metal in this havo no silver to coin and cannot pos Louisville, Ky. not havo to pay moro for everything which makes tho diflorenco. If by tho concensus sibly feol an interest in tho Western In somo country alone? If tho Government ho bought in exchango for his pro- lines of manufactured goods prices aro of Nations the market pnoo of silver silver mines. go into tho wholesalo business of can bo established ho as to fix and ducts? If so, how would he bo bene- oven higher in Cauada than in tho Iowa Itcpulillcaus in Line. closed up. Now ho is rooting around United States. Thu proves that tho maintain a parity between it and gold, guaranteeing prices, the farmers of tho Tho significant feature of tho Iowa fited? outside and grunting that ho will bo a Bepublican Convention, 11. If tho farmers can justly ask tho theory of tho cheap monoy men has at tho ratio of 10 to 1. why did not South had far better work for cotton held at Des good hog if lot in again, and will muko Moiues no actual basis, but is merely a guess that same consensus of Nations main- than silver. This Government has tho yesterday, was tho squarctoed Government to adopt a currency crops come up faster than thoy do now. declaration of which will enable them to repu- as to tho real causo of high or low tain gold at a parity with silver at tho simo right to say that a pound of Chairman Lane in favor cotton shall bo worth ton cents that But Undo Sam has learned by his of sound money, tho spirit eamo ratio in 1873? diate f of their debts, would prices. of which is not tho former experience just how tho crops sufficiently set In tho light of facts thus briefly re- it has to say than 371 grains of silver mon who own nothing bo enforth iu these words: Tho (.'rime Was Still In Msht. como up, and having got tho rooter ... ferred to, can it bo doubted that it is shall be worth SI." nr- - it.. pi.i titled ju mo oiate oi lowa it wo owe a away to havo tho Government tuko Tho press of tho South is overout, intends to keep him out. tho metal which gives valuo to tho half of tho farmers' property Fcllaire, formerly Rusty Rufud, debt wo expect to pay it in monoy and give it to thoso who havo none? tho greasy mendicant with tho coin and not tho coin which aim whelmingly against unconditional silworth par, worth 100 cents on tho value to tho metal? Whatever law is ver coinago becauso it would bo silver 1M. If.cntting tho valuo of tlio doleyo of an expert. llccoiisiucring, dollar in monoy of equal purchasing lar in two would bo a public benefit, "Pard," ho said, "houest Injun, placed upon tho statute books of tho monometallism, and Southern news"Boports from Illinois received by power with that of any other Nation papers havo BOiiso enough to realizo why not quadruplo prices by making now, how long havo you been in the country, thero can, in fact, bo but ono tho politicians in this city," says tho on tho faco of tho earth." disastrous results that would bring standard of value. buBinoss?" dollars? Tho prolonged applauso Washington Star (Ind.) "indicate a which 13. How would tho man who now If we drivo GOO.OOO.OOO gold dollars upon us. Atlanta Journal. "About twenty-twyears," an- growing feeling of confidence on tho greeted Chairman Lana'a aildnm has no out of circulation it would tako flfteon monoy bo part of tho sound monoy Democrats shows that Iowa Republicanism is sub without working ablo to get somo ewerod tho tourist. Just tho Sumo Right. "I think you'ro tolling tho truth. I years to coin a h!co nnmber of silver for it if wo had free a unit on tho money questhat they will bo able to prevent tho stantially can seo tho signs about you, right now, dollars to tako their place, nnd as tho "I havo just aa muoh right to deeendmg of a freo silver delegation tion- a showing tho moral effect of silver? 11. purchasing power of n silver dollar mand that .tho Government pay mo that you from that Stato to tho National Con- which mu6t bo to hasten tho disin not boUnder freo coinage would it trrttrirt n( had somothing to do with tho would only bo 1R71 ' f tho silver producer?, and not that of gold, ton cents for my cotton vention. It is claimed that a strong tegration of tho already demoralized the Government, And Fellairo was so pleased with 1,200,000,000 silver dollars would bo who would regulate silver mino owners havo to defreo silver forces. Philadelphia Recreaction has already set in among tho tho volumo of currencv? himself that ho gavo tho frescoed va- required to supply tho deficit created mand that fifty conts worth of silver Democrats, resulting from tho ex- ord. grant a silver dollar and kickod him by the retirement of gold. Our mints, bo stamped ono dollar." Such, treme action of tho recent in working to their fullest capacity, substance, is tho opinion of off tho premises. Chicago Tribune. Take Your Choice. free eilver convention." Prices Xot Related. would need thirty years to coin Bullock, of Ocorgio, All tho gold standard countries carTho sudden rises and falls in tho Fire and Xail Test. $1,200,000,000. If, as clairaod by tho antics of such mon as Sonator on tho ry silver as money also, and havo a pneo or StewResult ol Freo Sliver. "Drivo a nail through tho center of silver mou, thero exists a scarcity of art, of Novada. largo per capita, while tho silver stand least tho wheat do not affect in tho , prico of silver. Nor does tho silver dollar and it is only worth a littlo ilium.--now can tiioy want to moroaso "No invasion of hostiio armies. ard so much that it will tako burning and destroying as they ad- small countries havo no gold and a pneo of silver havo tho least effect on over fifty conts. Drivo a nail throuch that silver per capita. Tho "L'1'Ii.jo oi 1S7!1. tho prico of wheat. Ono of tho main a gold dollar and it; is still worth 100 thirty yoars to restoro tho existing vance, could by any possibility eqnal Tho first class aro progressive and arguments If tho "crimo of 1873" is rn.nnn;. of tho silventes is com- cents. Tried by fire, tho gold dollar, status? tho desolation and ruiu which would prosperous, whilo the latter aro not bio for tho hard tiraos, how does pletely overthrown by tho fact that when melted, is worth 100 cents. Lno N. Levi. thus bo forced upon the great mass of so. it these two commodities of wheat and Tried by fire, tho happen that it took nearlv twnntw Galveston, Texas, July 3, 1895. people." Professor J. Lawrence silver dollar, when With which class do you propose to silver havo littlo or years for thq "crimo" to becomo genno market rela- melted, is worth about lifty-fivXaughlin. Tho Siiverites aro boincr nimlin.1 erally known train? tions with each other. and cents." Hon. Joshia Patterson. hard by sound money argumonis. Humboldt, Teuu. A A GREAT DAY FOR HE HLUK UKASs 0.N qUIXOTE. ..v 11 ,X Wt 'i t ril. - VA..-S ;- num-Jjor- in-eta- one-hal- f, 4 tfsZ. J o 1 'tMmWk timiEfii&L o do-po- sit T.J - C1 . l- -. pro-vo- ut d. sil-veri- te 10-ccn- two-third- s - to-uic- - mov-ciatio- n J silver-purchas- - lf i -"- ono-ha- u 51 epoch-makin- g . ' c-- "-- f . over-com- sil-v- is-t- o Bys-ter- n one-hal- I twenty-fivo-ce- nt o I one-hal- fivo-oe- nt as-th- o Altgeld-Hinrichse- n - o folt?-MesSei- fger,. 'K. t.i..,-n- .'. .yaawMii. Ttsas g.r,i Tf ,r ,wk tx 'Ljiirfw jgJM! J'j; :,;,f M'iyA. r. n t it i was hern yesterday. AND Messrs. W, 8. Burch and J. F. Hold 1 1 1 ( ' l New shirt waist Bets, cuiT links, etc , at am, candidates for school superintendDanks', tho Jeweler. 1896 Stanford. Ky., - Ji'ly 20, ent, will be examined Cashikr J. W. Hocker and wife, of For fire insurance in the best of com Hustonville, pissed through yesterday panlea call on Jesse D, Wearen. E. C. Walton, Business Manager . afternoon to Crab Orchard Springs for a Ladies. It is now 20th of July and brief stay. your account unpaid. Please call and DEALER IN PERSONAL POINTS. cTtYano vicinity. settle, I need the money to pay my debts. Mita Annie Alcorn ia visiting in Mrs. Kate Dudderar. A world of hats at W. H. Shanks'. Danville. rrri I I OF A LOCAL NATURE. Fait up to date goods go to the leading Mim Montis Harris ia visiting friends jeweler, Danks. in Garrard. Tho news comes that Gen. Frank Mr. J. 0. McOlarvIb recuperating at Wolford is again very low at hia homo Stkrlino silver chain bracelets at Grab Orchard. in Columbia. visiting I Danks', the Jeweler. ia Miss Bbttir DkBohdr A poplar tree waa cut in Clay counfriends In Grab Orchard. Tuv the cosh plan with Severance & ty tho other day that sawed 13,000 feet Mk. T. W. HioniHs, o( Louisville is up Son this six months. of lumber, which would bo worth 1102 60 . The highest grade of goods at lowest prices. to escape tho heat of the city. Cheat wheat for chicken feed at J. here. J. P. Bandifkh, of Mlddleaboro, ia hero Governor Brown appointed C37- - AGENT FOa THE COLUMBIA H. Baughman A Co's. TBa STEEL WIND-MILtalking lifo innnrance to our people Justice T. H. Hines special judge to try Miss Gbnkva Ilimuuuoir, a Sodom Hats of all shapes, colors, sizes, quali- tho cae cf Wynn vs. People's Bank, beauty, is visiting the Misses Menefee. " ties and prices at Shanks'. from Bell county. Mn. J. It. HiamiAtHiii, of Sonorn, Adair county democrats have all ac When you insure with Jesse D. Wear-on- , spent several days with Mayor J. IN". cepted the State platform as settling the you get what you insure for. Menefee. money question and have gone to work Mtsa ?kaul Uuhnbide Is visiting her Mason fruit jars, apple parers and ci- - heartily for tho ticket. cousins, Misses liesale and Jennie Bum- - der mills at W. II. Wearen A Co's. The property of the Jellico and Bird side, in Garrard. Eye Coal Company was sold by Mr. E. Oilh, paints, varnishes, etc., at Craig & T. Ualsey, assignee, for $175,000 to W. Miss Mollis Early of Livingston, is visiting Mrs. Mollle Hilton and other Hocker's, the Now Cash Drug Store. W. Hill, who bid it in for the bondbold-era- . . frlondsat Rowland . Messages for doctors left with Craig fc At the Richmond fair grounds Wed Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Spark, of Mt. Hocker at tho Cash Drug House will be needay, a desperate fight occurred beVernon, were hero yesterday on route to " promptly delivered. tween two negroes. Jeff Harris was tho Richmond fair. stabbed fivo times' by Wyatt Turner, and Ma. and Mrs. B. P. Martin aro en A nooD deal of interesting matter will tertaining Mr. and Mra. 0. II. Stewart bo found in tho two extra pages that we Harris stuck a pitchfork in Turner. Both Aro badly wounded and are in jail. and family, of Toledo, 0. send out with this Issue. If not is your own fault, for those who have called and bought one Mr. Walter Wahhe and Mrs. Belle Tho Harrodsburg Saysinga says that Look at This. Wo will Bhoe horses all Win. Kansas, are guests of Brown, of Galena, MsCormick, a white man from of round for 89 cents cash. Satisfaction Taylor county, charged with attempted their uncle, Mr. W. S. Warren. Mr. W. II. Pettus ia acting depot guaranteed. M. S. & J. W. Baugh- rape, the solo prisoner in the jail there " agent while Mr. Joo 8. Hlce and wife aro man. made nis escape and for once the Mercer taking in the Richmond Fair. Dr. L. B. Cook is rejoicing over the ar- county calaboose is without an occuMisses Huiiy Huston and Emma and rival of another daughter at his Iioub?. pant. Can tell you that this is Aria Wright, of the Weot End, paid this The young lady carr.e yesterday and tips Jim and John Crockett, who murotlice a pleasant call Tuesday. dered Dan Kidd, at a picnic in Adair the beam at nine pounds, 9 Mrs. D. S. Catu'ENtbu ami Mrs. Sallie county a month ago, surrendered and A oK.srt.iM an, wtio ought to know were placed in jail Shipman, of Hustonville, are guests of at Columbia. The tians." Mrs. P. W. Green at the Myers Ho use. whereof he a Hi r ins, says that he can dispatch from Lebanon, stating that the count only five or six free silver men in Crocketts had murdered Sheriff Adams, Mr. T. N. Roiikhts, of Danville NEW ADYKBTISEHENTO. this county. Tho heads of Lincoln coun- of Casey county, while he was attempt who has been staying at Crab Orchard ty's citizens aro generally level. ing to arrest them was a mistake. Springs, spent Tuesday night here on his dehome. return The democrats of Clinton and Wayne The couucll of Selma, Ala., has We will make one more Concession and that is the best suit ever sold Mr. J. D. Uoldsrman and wife, of creed that husbands shall be at home met at Monticello Monday and nominawe are Lebanon, came up Wednesday to see the with their wives on and after 0 o'clock at ted Hon. A. Bertram, of Clinton, repreON former's sister, MIbs Mattio Holderman, night, under severo penalty. The atten- sent those counties in the Legislature. 7, 8 9, 1895, who is quite sick. tion of the Stanford city council is called The republican nominee, J. W. Catron, Mr. 0. 0. GiLLisriK, deputy l S. mar to this and a respectful suggestion made is also from Clinton. J. 0. Herns wrB Will be The shal with headquarters at Somerset, was that it adopt a similar ordinance. nominated for assessor for Wayne counBanner Fair & Trotting Meeting 9 here yesterday, but ho claimed he was ty, a vacancy existing by reason of the Prolonged and heavy rains have falOl the year. All are luvlted to Attend. not on ollkial business. death of the republican incumbent o' len this week and they seem to have A txam ran into Rev. S. M. Logan ! that cilice. : A : yesterday white he waa practicing on been general all over the State. The Tyrone, Anderson county, suffered a We will let you be the judge, we've said our say. Will be tun fiom Crab Orchard and intermediate materially his wheel and badly damaged it. heat of the atmosphero was $15,000 fire Monday. James Gee, of the stations, Uaving Crab Orchard at S a. in., 'Shelby 8:15, Fortunately he escaped with little inju- reduced by them and yesterday had the liquor firm of Bottom A Gee, lit a match City 8.46, Rowland 8:25, Stanford 8:39,Lebanon Junction City appearance of early "Fair, warm- in the upper story of the building in or at 10:05, and returning alter arriving at One fare the fair. ry. for round trip. Friday," said the signal service yea Mrs. P. W. Greek and Mra. J. E. Pott-ma- n er, der to see in regauging a barrel of whisFor program., etc , address, T HORACE CLELAND.Pres. will attend tho Richmond Fair to terday. ky. Thero was an explosion. Gee is will be accompanied by Mr. Middlesboro people are hopeful thought to be fatally burned. John Berday. They The P. W. Green, who will also show them souls, if we are to judge by the dispatch- ry, a clerk, was badly burned in rescuing Come to see us when you come to Danville. es sent from there. The raising by a him. Two stores, two residences and an tho sights of Lexington. Mn. A. P Youno, of Liberty, a valued foot or two of a dam occasioned much ice house were destroyed by the fire. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. friend of the Intkuioii Journal, is here joy and tho report Bays that "the citiRepresentatives of Centre College D. A. llaugh, Plaintiff, vs. I. N, Johnton, Deft. banking business prepara- zens begin to feel that they may be hap- have closed a deal with the stockholdstudying the Notice ol Sale, tory to filling the oilice of teller in the py yet." May they live in hope if they ers of Mt. Vernon Institute and the Pursuant to a judgment and order ol tale at the have to die in despair. Commercial Bank of Liberty. property has been turned over to the June term, 1895, of this court in the above styled is a new building action, the undersigned commi.sioner will on Reams Richards, Ophelia LackMissis Doimile Murder nv a Woman. A dis- college. The institute ey, Pearl Craig and Marie Jowett, the patch from Barbourville says that Rosa just completed. The school will open MONDAY, AUG. 12, two latter of Cynthiana, and Dr. A. S. Garden, a woman of bad repute, went on about September 1. Among the contem ol door lie fore the Price drove up from Llnmetta Springs a rampage and killed Mary Sullivan and plated improvements on account of the ford. Kt . between the hours in thoa town and Stanof o m. 4 public outcry to tho highest and btst yesterday nud spont several hours here. Lizzie Brown by cutting them with a property being secured by Centre is a m.. sell at bidder tho following described real property Mksshs P. M. McRoiiKiiTa and W. B. two edged dagger. Sho escaped, but on new Presbyterian church, which will McKinney went up to Richmond yester boing pursued, gavo herself up to an offi- more thau likely be pushed ut an early A Tract of Land in Lincoln Co., date to comoletion. day to attend tho entertainment of tho cer in Whitley countv. Ky and bounded as follows' Beginning at a stone in the county road leading irom Highland given by Mies Minva Vanity Fair Club W. 20 to McKinney, thence wilt same S. CHURCH AFFAIRS. As Constable Tom Gooch was taking poles to a stone in same, S. J J. W. 40 pules to a Phelps in honor of Mips Mary McKinIn same, atone in same, S. 38, V. 61 poles to stone Huston Ellis to Hustonvilla for Mai the ney. Rov. George U. Barnes, after a good 3. 8H, V. 90 poles to itune in same, N. 8S, W in same, thence iS. lo, other day, the latter jumped from the meeting in Lawrenceburg, is now preach- 7J pules, 14 links to a stonesugar Mn. Geo. I). Hoim'er, wife and daughW. 39 poles, 15 links to a tree on side ol buggy and left the constable with the ing his gospol of love to the people of same, S 16, V si poles to an ash and dogwood on ter, Mies Mattie, of Stanford, came over hillside, S 10, K. 174 pcles to two chestnuts, two Monday to help his brother, uncle Joo bag to hold, us it were. Mr. Gooch fired Frankfort. dogwoods and two gums, S. 14, W 17 poles to a W on Hopper, celebrate tho anniversary of several shots at Ellis but did not hit him Tho contract for the new $ 10,000 a small iak and a hillside, S. 4, on a 91 polesS. to two 81, H. point, oak one him sufficiently to mako Methodist church at Milleraburg, Bour- black oak to a sweet white near a brancb, N. 6H. K. gum his birth. Perryvillo cor. Danvillo Ad or even eciwu 174 poles E 7 poles to a poplar to a him stop. Ho was charged with steal- bon county, has been let to U. W. Lu 61 polesN. 53,linn stump, N. a white oak on a hill vocato. K. o poles to stump, ing a pistol and had been in jail hero cas, of Georgetown. side, N. 39, K 75 poles to a fallen ash and beech Hon. J. X. Saunders, Fitted by Latest Scientific Methods. stump, tliepce b. 6j, E. 35 poles to an ash and North of from Washington county, and now a several days. The High Bridge Camp Meeting's chestnut, N. ai, K. 78 poles to a poplarNorth of a a hollow, N. ia, E 84 poles to an elm practicing attorney of Stanford, was To tho citizens of Stanford and vicini- attractions for next Sunday are Gen. hollow, N 19. E. jo poles to a white oak on hill W. 51 pole to a beech and poplar a visitor to the square and to friends in ty. Book your orders for winter coal at as and wife, and Adjt. Gen. Noble, of tide, aN. near lagoon, N 11, E. 92 poles to two beeches and a black oak near a branch, N. 8ii, W. 13 the city yesterday and Sunday. Frank- early date as possible so as to save from tho Salvation army. poles, 13 links to a beech at the mouth oi a holfort Capital. 1 to 1 J cts. per bushel, and avoid the cutThere will be a joint session of the low, S. 27 W. jo to a beech In a notlow, S. S8J, W. 19 poles to a black oak and chestnut on a Mu. W. L. Evans and wife, Mra. Wil- ting up of your lots and yards in soft Ladies' Missionary Societies at the We have Specialist. ridge, N 40, W. 41 poles to a black walnut, N. 74, en W. 7 poles to the beginning, containing 346 acres Moreland and son, Robert, and weather. We will order by tho car load liam church this afternoon. An land. Messrs. J. S. Hocker, S. T. Harris, W. A. for any parties who deaire any other coal, tertaining program consisting of music of The said tract of land will be sold to satisfy the sum of the plaintifl Tribble, P. W. Green, R. G. Deuny, J. besides that which wo hpndlo. Yours and papers on missionary work has been Hen debt ofinterest from for the13. 1893 (07 50 with until paid Feb. 6 per cent, " U. Baughman, King Huston and James respectfully, R. R. Noel ifc Son. which with interest to Aug 12, 1895 amounts to arrangod. of this suit, $60 estimasum of S69S.60 and cost P. Bush went up to tho Richmond Fair There were 5,000 people at High the ted ExcurThe Moreland Sunday-SchoTERMS OF SALE -- Credit of 6 months; the yesterday. Bridgo camp meeting Sunday, but the purchaser giving bond with approved personal sePuof. J. M. Huhhard haa engaged tho sion to Cincinnati was a large one and all largest number of them didn't hear curity and payable to the plaintiff, bearing interday ol sale and having the force and preach. They did not go there for est from the services of Mrs. John H. Bright oh who went enjoyed it. Those lrotu hero R C.WARREN. of a Judgment. missed the connection at Junction City that purpose, but to drink, carouse and effect Master Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court. 43 housekeopor of Howard Female College and did not arrive till bo merry. at Gallatin, Tenn. Mrs. Bright will take on their return hbr the next afternoon. Among them were: Tho Moreland Union Sunday-schoher daughter, Miss Roborta, with and Mario Warren, Essie will bo a member of Prof. Hub- Missea Jennlo and she desires to thank those who patronized the Burch, Maggie, Linda and Emma Owsbard's senior clasa. the excursion to Cincinnati on lost TuesNannie Vandoveor, S. -:- Mr. Al Harris, of the Altamont Coal ley, Annie Green, day. 14S tickets were sold and the event Don't Time is coming on and you will want lots of Summer Goods. W. Menefee and Will Burton. Co., who has been quito ill of malarial proved to bo one of success and enjoy- Summer" Wash Ky. forget to look at our stock. Fancy Goods, Notions, fever at the St. Asaph Hotel, is convalesTub Knights of Pythias of Nicholas mont. A. W. Carpenter, Bupt. from his physician, Dr. J. villo will run a picnic excursion to Estill cing, we learn 3 Goods, Fans, Handkerchiefs, Parasols, Small of all kinds. Elder McGarvey'fl assertion that a G. Carpenter. His uncle, Mr. J. S. Wool-fol- Springs next Tuesday, 30th, at $1 for the man can go to Heaven, without being 1895 of Lexington, and brother, John W round-tri- p from Versailles and all other baptized, if he has obtained forgiveness Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Depart Harris, of Altamont, wore to see him stations. The Q. & 0. will soil tickets to for his Bins, has created a sensation in ments. Scientific, Classical and Special Courses ol yesterday. Nicholhsville at one fare and train will tho Christian church, which has held Study, .schools of Music. Art. French and Eloc.ttlon. Mb. W.S. Cunninoham, of the Cun pass latter place at 7:12 a. m. The lodges that baptism is a requisite to salvation. licit teachers employed, each a specialist lo her which gave two ex at Danville, Lancaster, Harrodsburg, own Department. ningham Quintelto, of the Christian They have a branch Hoarding pupils under the direct supervision of cellent musical performances hero last Richmond and others are invited to par Endeavor in the Frankfort penitontiary teachers. Dresses will be in demand for three months yet, so you should come information, address For season, waa in Stanford yesterday. Tho ticipate and enjoy a pleasant day in the and E. Mc. Ferrell is president. Odie 34 furtherWILLIAM SUELTON, Presidont, now before the stock is broken. Quintette now belongs to tho Shearer mountains. Paul, also from this county, has an offiMuBlcal and Lecture Bureau and has just Mr. Ferrell writes Mrs. R. When an estate gets in tho hands of cial position. returned from the Atlanta Chautauqua, C, Warren that he is still Arm in the faith litwhere it won golden opinions from press the courts and lawyers, it is precious ministrations implanted in him tle of its money that ever finds its way that her Successors to J. B. Higgins, Dealers in and people. la a better man in every way. and following young ladles and gentle to the creditors. For instance in the Dan The The Rey. 0. C. Cox, pastor of the men formed a party to Crab Orchard Slaughter matter, although tho gross waa Norwood Baptist church, near CincinnaSprings Tuesday night and danced to but $1,373 after tho widow's dower, the Forget we have Summer Goods and they must go regardless of priresignation to take Misses Sue Rout, courts allowed lawyers $200, salesman ti, has tendered his ' their huart'a content: Kv. , ces'. eflect October 1. He gives as a reason Mattie and Katharine Alcorn, Helen $125, the commissioner got $125, the We will continue the coal businesa at Mr. Hlz- and others had a divide, so for his resignation that bis Southern gins" old stand and will have on hand at all times Taylor, Georgie Wray, Clara Lackey and clerk, sheriff training uufita him for Northern meth- the very best coal whicn we will deliver promptly. Messrs. W. B. McKinney, Carroll Bailey, the poor creditors, who held $9,994 mane u to We will sell strictly lor casn ana ods and associations. He finds his field the Interest of the people ol this win section to py J. L. Deckelmann, Ethel Scott, George against the "estate only got 14 cents on there uncongenial. 37 Cash. the dollar. Dunn and Jack Rout. 44-J-LLJto-da- wMI-Week- ly Interior Journal n.nnvft. Oitrnr. of Iliiwllni? Green. Hooker, cash druggists, Ev erything cheap. Chaio & T y. - T m ex-Cbi- ef m m Rev. Fred Hale caused a stir at Owonsboro by declaring, after a roast of of the Catholic cnurcb, that if be was not called upon to resign within a year he would he the most surprised man in America. Mr. Haleeeema never so happy as when ho Is creating a sensation and getting himself in print. The 30th annual convention of the Kentucky Sunday school union will be held in Lexington on August 13, 14 and 15. The prospects are for the largest gathering of Sunday school workers ever held in Kentucy. The citizens will provide for the entertainment of Undelegates and the railroads will give a rate of one fare for the round trip. Rev. W. E. Arnold and many other distinguished tpeakers aro on the program. The Rev J. B. Hawthorne preached a sensational Bermon against feminine bicycling Sunday night at Atlanta and the result is bicyclists of both sexes are up in arms against him. He declares a personal devil is responsible for the desire on the part of women to disport themselves on bicycles and the impression they make ia shocking to the sensibilities of all men who have a true reverence for womanhood and a true conception of womanly modesty. The Baptists had their name from John the Baptist, they claiming to perform tho rite of baptism in the manner that he did. The Presbyterians took their name from a Greek word meaniDg "Elder." The Episcopalians are so called from their belief in an episcopal form of the church government that is, a system providing for bishops and archbishops. The Wesleyans were named from John Wesley. They were called Methodists in derision because Wesley and his companions methodized their time in order to conserve it and do more work. The Campbellites are bo called from Alexander Campbell, the founder of this denomination. The name is not accepted by its members, who consider it offensive, and call themselves "Chris- Farm iJ n Yard Fence. liivll A. C SINE, Stanford, Ky., SASH, DOORS,BLINDS Metal Roofing, Hough, and Dressed Lumber .Lath, Shingles, Etc, L. Have You Ever Gotten a Bargain? OUR $10.00 SUITS Bargains. I THE Place For Genuine i The Lebanon Fair, August nud NOW SELLING AT m SPECIAL TRAIN $7.50. GOOD. May-wo- cd F-I- OTHER DEPARTMENTS EQUALLY AS Commissioner's Sale. m m I895, Plt Court-hous- e THE GLOBE Strictly One Price Clothing House J. L. Prohman & Co., Prors., Kentucky. Danville, j'i, 3 PECTACIi ... Co-zen- B u1'-)- . For .' Diseased '. Eyes, AND OPTICIAN. Pres-bytori- ... DANKS, THE JEWELER, ol Tal-ma- ge ol STANFORD College, Female Stanford, FallScsBlon Opens Sept. k, . xxc?W3:c? R R. Noel & Son, All Kinds of Coal, DON Stanford, SEVERANCE & SON. JfT "V "'' rW-- - -- -' f, muA. mi-m- m m. AT mmi - FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Pnbllshod Every Tuesday and Frldaj WWhen not so paid Sa.GO will be charfred.Ba- Tbeodoro Powell bought of M. N. Depauw 3'J sheep at $1.35. Robert J, went a mile In 2:02 nt Detroit, Wednesday. His record is 2:01 J. rrico BroB., ol Garrard, sold to S. T. Leaveil Gl hogs averaging 223 pounds nt TeaHi Extracted Without Pain. Teeth Crowned Teeth Filled Without Pain. Without Pain. aWJfHWrWPWW"?? vvv FE2T1T'S Green Briar Spring's DR: W. B. FOR SALE. Persons desitieR a place of this kind will find It to their advantage to call ou or address, MRS. MARY K. SLAUGHTER, Crab Orchard, Ky. t4 K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. t 7:15 a m. and arriving at 4:30 p. m. and 9:95 p. in. ljc. 3 Oculist, : Stanford, : Ky. 1'ost-OH- Trains leave Stau'oid p. m. Experts say that tho wheat crop this year in the United States will reach 438,000,000 bushels. L&'.N. LOCAL TIME CARD. M. F. Elkin bought of J. II. Ilam .. 11 7pm mondp, of tho East End, a small bunch No. ti, Train going North .... 3 15 a m " " No, 6, " " South No. 5, ,.13 04 p m of butcher cattle at 3c. No.-'- !, ' " iljpig Wheat jumped from 07J to 721 at Chicago Wednesday, on Recount of weak QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pais Junction Lit No. H 1 w v .- - : :' : " : 3?w--vvv?3W9- the Twilf tkVail the hi'JeTfcan get IT I TYPO for cash or In trade lor leather on Ky. court day at Stanford oral my home In Otien-helChas, Knnslin, Tanner. Meet all Trains,nlirht ami day. Patrons taken to any part of town Free of Charge. Office on Main Street, Opposite THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crnb Orchard, 1 1 -- nlLiO. Good day. Livery Attached, 6m Fur rt Hotel Jt.oo per A. II. HAS TIN, Prop. W. S. Uurch. Alty. at Law. R. ,M. Ncwlan-l- , .Deputy Sherlfl fh II O 5 a follows : South ' 3 S II. O. J. Hamlin and Leland Stanford aro the only men who ever could boast of having bred five horses in the 2:10 list. AT LANCASTER, KV. John E. Madden, of Lexington, has I will go to any plac. wher there are si or Store Itoom 80 feet deep, plate class front, the more cattle to I du the work with the entered two colls, one by Longfellow and ana elegantly l.lghtnicc Dehoruer. Can dehorn aur cow In iic.i moucrn sneiving, an new or dtug store. Cen- three the other by Strathmore, in the English for dry cooJs, clothing seconds. The kntle makes a clean, smooth trally located on the Public Square, among the cut, dots not crush nor brtak the horn, as the Derby. cash store of the town. Terms and price right. clipper does. It is th only humane way to deAddiesi II. II. HATSO.V, Lancalr. Hogj are lower in Cincinnati with horn Does not punish 'he animal like the taw, and th wound gets well a )uick again as that aro steady with choice best at 5.10; cattle made by the saw. Kor furthtr information, call on O. A. I'KYTON, Stanford, Ky. butcher at 51; sheep dull, extras 3, See the Lightn'ng Pruning Hook. lot. Nashnlle, Tenn., College for Tounj; Ladies, lain be do. 51c. Tho Advocate Bays Owsley Evans' hemp iB 10 to 14 feet high und will yield Rev.,Geo. W. F. Price, D. D., Prcs., am now readr to dslivcr Ice rom the Stanford 1.500 to 1.S00 pounds per acre. It is the Water, Light and Ice Company's ractory county. finest in the Mrs. S. 0. Trueheart, FormerSmut in wheat in the Red River Val ly of Stanford, Ky., Lady Prin- At 40 Cents- Per Hundred Pounds ley in Minnesota gives grave apprehenAnd over andHc a pound for 10 pounds and up cipal. sion to the farmers, who will not begin Formerly President ol the to 100. Columbus Painless Dental Co., of Chic-gmils due ittaf each rneulh. harvest for three weeks. 111 , now permanently K. IIKKMF.K. hunl.rd. located at Louisville, Ky., will visit Three Dtillditig,, room for too bearders. Faculty Absolutely Puro.i At one point on tho Hustonville of 40 Otricers, Teachers and Lecturrrs. Patronage of corn Irotn entire .outh Privileges In Vandeibilt Unipike it A cream of tarter baking pow- bo seen.is said that 250 acres county cm I versity. Muk Conservatory Art ndio Gymis The acreage in this nasium. Kiue I'atsrnger Klevators. Term begins der. Highest of all in leavening by far Sept, t, iSgj. 8cnd for Catalogue. My Mdllnsry Slock the greatest for years. fill auJ ompletc Call strength. Latest United States and caamine and you will be sure to buy new John Cook's Vantoon, now in the Government Food Report. Spring Mat. hands of T. O. Yeager at Danville, trotMISSLICCIK IIEAZLKV, SUnferd, Ky ROYAL BAKING POWDER 00., ted a ha'.f in 1:1(5 the other day. He Attornoy Lnw.l V promises to be a good race horse. nr 100 Wall Street, Now York 'A - The Kansas wheat crop is only about tillM ?n tmH fmritm-average and it is estiKjfl ir.KM 40 per cent, of an ,m SB' ......... ARK mated that 7,000,000 bushels will have Oficeoi I.tncatter Street, oppoiir the Court ess Those indebted to the mate of John M. Reid to be imported to supply the local deHouse. Collections receive rpccll atlentinn Remaining one week until Saturday, August I Oth. i CORDIALLY : fia will please sciI'a with meat once and tbosoto whom it is Indtb'ed will present their claims prop- mand. To call and examine my spring Millinery, which erly verified to me for payment. I am opening up I pride myself that it it will Moore A Stephenson, of Madieon JOHN U. FOSTER, Dr. Bender has been connected with some of the largest Dental selected and that It is bound to please. Hating Exor. John M Reld. 3S county, made 2,015 bushels of wheat on Attorney at Law, bought lor cash and be.ng determined to sell for cas, cauwHI the lowest poesible prices. An 93 acres of land, an average ol 22 bush- Colleges and Institutions in the country and has no superiors in the ,21 I 1 S. - akvillliwikf . mwHUDB winatcenvmcc ytttt, 5 els per acre. A 45 acre field made 30 profession. . MHS A. A. MeKINSEV. He is prepared to Will ac. as Kiccutor, Administrator and Assign- Surgeon bushels. c W. I T j KM, MIL JNKi. Dentist, Great Bargain. CO acre farm near Special attention glen to Scttlcnenlt ol ates, as Attorney and fealo and Division of Improved and in n Stanford for sale. JOaSTES slants' Lands. high state of cultivation. Call and see Office on Lancaster St overSupt.W. K. McCla-ry- 's OfSce over McRoberts' Drufj Store in the Omlcy or address me at Stauford. M. Speed offlce. o & Building. Peyton. And without the use of Gas, Cocaine, Odontunder, Chloroform, John U. Cistleman A. G. Lankan Ky. Mr. J. M. McRoberts is getting to be : : Sole proprietors Dean's Iliads Dlamoud Reo quite an extensive dealer in Duroc Red Ether, Electricity, or any sleep producing agents, but by a method Paint Estimates furnitned for painting Wood, Metal and lion Roofs, Satisfaction Guaranteed. Jereey hoes. He filled an order from a invented by Dr. Bender and used only by himself, vho is the easiest, Alt tools painted with Dean's lllack Diamond man at Lebanon, Ind., a few days ago. quickest and best painless extractor in the United States today so HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Paint guaranteed for years Dealers In best Pumps and Galvanised Iron Killers. He is very partial to that breed of awine. acknowledged by the dental profession at large. Where he causes Offer his services o the people cl West Lin- coin and Cater Counties. T. A. Bradley, of Danville, has winrun s lock of Cothot he makes no charge. and Caskets always on hand. ter oats for Bale. Sow in September or pain in any operation u. a. carpenter, imager. OJ October and get more crazing than from P. W. G It KEN. Proprietor. wheat or rye. Will thresh 40 to GO bush70 heads from a els per acre. Fifty to : : : Kentucky. BARBBE&OASTLBMAJS single grain. .........Proprietors of..... H att & Young threshed for A. W. I am still running this MANAGERS, Hotel and will continue to give my guests the politest attta Carpenter 3,400 bushels of grain and as well as tho best the market affords. Commerce Building, Louisville grass seed, for which he paid them $259. STANFORD, KY. Special Attention1 to tho Travel His wheat averaged about 15 bushels per Afents throughout the South Havlar bought or P. W. Green his Llverr Free ing Public. acre and he sold it all to the Hustonville ana added new buggies and horses, vine prepared to furnish l W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agant, miils at 65 cents. "When Plates are ordered. Fillings with all kinds of material without pain at reaMr. Sam Lyons, secretary of the Dan- sonable cost. FIRST-CLAS- S STANFORD, KY. TURNOUTS ville Fair, has our thanks for courtesies. catarrh, headache, earache, indigestion. dyjipepia, etc., nro On short notice. The traveling public will fud Many symptoms of F. D. niLEY. Proprietor, us always ready and to furnish San Francisco. There "vill be a great deal of entertain- the result of decayed teeth and roots of teeth. To he cured of the.e aches and mers' Wagons, cither willing or double, or DrumPortland. single Carriment during the two daya' exhibition pains one must commence at their origin, which is the teeth and gums, which ur ages of all kinds at very LOW PRICES. The London. - - - Kentucky. Totte around town will find and Aug. 1 and 2 promise to be memor only cured by the skilled treatment of a dentist. Thoe who aro in a delicate and boys In and with. Stop with alsowhen us the people to deal m in town at I have moved to my new Hotel and am btttsr courts ana entertainments ana your horse and ve Old Boyle. able dayB in areparsd than ever to accommodate the public nervous condition can come and have teeth extracted and filled and feci as calm us if hide will be well cared for. 3ood Livery attached and every convenience D. C. Terhune writes that be baa they had had no work performed. Via The G. II. COOl'KR ..u. uiro m. a call. Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky, 07 s sugar mule colta, all bought 74 77 KRANK RILKY. and does as he advertises Come early and ayoid Dr. Bender guarantees all work mares but three, at an average of 130.05 the rush, as his rooms are always crowded. Oflice hours 9 a m to 5 i jr. cotton per head, and seven Free hour S:30 to 9:30 each day. CONSt'LT.VTK IX FKEE. -on average of 517 per head mule colts at IJCJJISVI.U: NtWAlBAHTa CHICACoW.io and is still in tho tnnrket. A cheerful liar at Breathitt, makes Only Din.nc Car Route From the statement that there is a corn crop near Lexington that is so tall the plow, man has to carry a 10 foot pole with flag en it so that his employer may know la Kocelving His Elegant Pullman Vestibuled whether he is at work or not. Sleepers of Modern Pattern. -- Ziring has bought 10,000 or 12,000 : For maps or any information, address : : bushels of wheat in the county at 50 to VRANK J. REID, E. H. BACON. wheat is lighter He says that 58 cents D. P. Agent, . G. P. Agent, Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranreed. Give me call. Chicago. LfOuisviue by two pounds of flour to the bushel V i thau it has been at any time since he hasifkk : to can for Denver.' 'MO.NON' St. Paul came to tho county. J. W. Bales & Co. All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Rcpairin i : Route, 3,000 lambs, average done in first class style. have shipped weight, 75 pounds. The price has been 4 and 4 cents. This is about half the season's purchases by this firm. RichDealer In- Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic mond Climax. AND Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. The following is a list of fairs in KenSXPERIEECED FEIETER. KINLEY. tucky, with dates of meeting this year, MR. July 24...3 days. Lebanon, Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trhl. Lawrenceburg, July 30.. .4 days. Springfield, Aug. 1...3 days. Danville, Aug. 1.. .2 days. SOLD TO ' Sharpaburg, Aug. 0...4 days. ALL POINTS: K"ST. Aug. 0...3 days. Nicholnsvllle, OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, Campbellsville, Aug. 13.. .4 daya. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Versailles, Aug. 14.. .3 days. WISCONSIN, Columbia, Aug. 20...4 days. MISSOURI, KANSAS, Shelbyville, Aug. 20...4 days. MEBBASK, COLORADO, Winchester, Aug. 21. .4 days. Sheperdsville, Aug. 21.. .3 days. Greatly improved for 1895 and ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, London, Aug. 21.. .3 days. worthyjof consideration. TEXAS, Mayavillo, Aug. 22...3 days. I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices 'and Lexington, Aug. 27. ..5 dayp. S0UTH-WEfflS WEST, Bardstown, Aug. 27...S days. on easy monthly payments, orany other terms to suit the purchaser Barbourville, Aug. 27...4days. nnsT class, second class best. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. Liborty, Aug. 2S...3 dBys. . of goods as can be found any where in the land. Franklin, Aog. 2S ..4 davs. THE BESTROUTE TO THE They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have LaGrange, Aug. 28... 2 days. ever Williamsburg, Sept. 3...1 daya. sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. VESTIBULED COACHES, milMAN Paris. Sept. 4...3 dayH. " SSt Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. SLEEPING AND DINIHO CARS Bowling Green, Sept. 4...4 days. Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking Louisville Trots, Sept. 0...0 days. SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE Call and see. 10...4 daya. this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue gUKFOLKWESTERN RAILROAi Elizabethtown, Sept. .4 daya. Horse Cave, Sept. 17.. teaching as before. Address CHEAPEST. BESTAND QUICKEST LINE. Taducab, Sept. 24...5 days. Descrlptll Write for Rates, Mat. Owen6boro, Oct. 1...5 days. tsLEipJjlcts, to any Station Agent, or to Greenville, Oct. 9.. .4 days. HULL, M. T. BRAGG. ALIEN V.U. DCVILL. ther thau Junction City, nor Note. 9 " " m ......11.15 a ru I 3$ am 11.4$ a No 840pm " 9 " " a 4 6 10 North " " " Nos. 5 and 6 and on S jnday. and 10 run no leports from the crop. J. V Cook & Son, ol Gnrrard, deliv..i.jipa ered to Nelpon Morris 32 export cattle av...3.15 am ...6.00 am eraging 1,530 pounds at 5c ...3 3; p m fur- t1 a NOTICE I store-housstere-heus- Buroh. & Stanford, , ITow-l&nd- Having decided to move to my e in Lincoln Co., Stanlnnl, Ky.,lhsea desirable e in the bmlnctsportiou of Rowland which I will sell We offer our tervlcii tothe public to do a gen or rent at a tcaiotuble price. Kor Inlormation aperal Collecting llutinest. Accounts, notes, tic ply o, T. C. HALL. collected in all part ol the county. it m Conoral Collectors, Kentucky pOYAl JigslF FOB EnSTT, Doh.orn "Your Cattlo. K llSS AKIH DR. E. R BENDER Famous Surgeon of National Reputa tion. 1 ICE - I POWDER o, 1TOTIOE. ten $ STANFORD $M $S.ZM MUM -- TO THE LADIES 11 W. S. BTJRCH, r vst favm Stanford, at Kentucky. THE LADIES INVITED Tallaos - E. Varnoa, A. PRICE, w utiiit.uiit. .. j 1 Stamford, Ky, 5 EXTRACT, CROWN AND FLU. TEETH WITHOUT PAIN. K F- - Tin BROS,, Sheet Iron Works, ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. J. T. SXJTTOIT, Stanford, UNDERTAKER, cii-cr- n 6;-tr- o iRsarance Company Teeth Extracted Free of Charge and Without Pain Between the Hours oS:S0 and The Myers House, n G. B. COOPER, Stanford, 9:S0 Each Day. Teeth $5. Teeth $8. Teeth $10. Livery and Feed jStablc, bur-me- Teeth Extracted of Charge ss THE RILEY HOUSE NOETMWEST d- first-clas- m)liS3S3 -- first-clae- a DR. E. P. BENDER. H.4.4RUPLEY,w TO CHICAGO. 11 St. Asaph Carriage Co., STANFORD, KENTUCKY, 4f - MEESHON & GREER, Proprietors. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. 2 : ; NORFOLK RAILROAD. Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. R. E. Bo K. WIS AMN9 STANFORD, WESTERN TICKETS M 188 jaL. Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages Wagons, Reliable Process PIANOS and ORGANS. a easa NORTH-WES- T, 51 They have Proven a Success. NORTH AND EAST. GuaranteelSatisfaction , Tlme-Table- i, HIGGINS & McKINNEY, SailtaTKi!BT. ."i 4tBtr.M-rrift- . DIt. aMluU.Tl. raMiftr At. 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