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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895080601 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. vol. XXIII. Semi Weekly Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. AUGUST 6. 1895. LANCASTER, , NO. 46 LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. CARRARD COUNTY. OF A LOCAL NATURE. CRAB Friday van exnmiuntion day ftiiionn the teachers. Only a few put lu their Appearance for tbnt purpone. Wo met Elder It. A. Ilovious today for tho first time for nonrly --'0 yenrs. He has been living In Adair for many years. He la attending tho tenchcrb examination for the purpose of resuming his old occupation of teaching across the line in Caeoy. He always ranked in tho foremost clatnHs a teacher of youth. Col. Frank Wolford is dead I Urand old veteran of two wars I For three years the writer was on the clopest terms of Intimacy with him. No man living had n nobler, kinder disposition. If he had auy errors they were of the head and not of the heart. He was a true patriot and his loss will long be felt by his fellow. countrymen. E. Tarrant for some months will be Absent from Liberty duriug the first part ol each week, but will be in town every Friday night and Saturday. Persons wishing to order the 1st Kentucky Cavalry History, or correspond on tko sub ject, will please mail their letters bo as to reach Liberty by Thursday or Fridoy night. Any other dajs of the week on the same business, please call on or write to W. T. Humphrey. It was related to the writer a few days ago that a little dog acended a Udder, having 11 rounds, And stood nearly erect to reach his owner, John K. Shnrpe, in the 2d eto ry of the nil. Mr. V. T. Humphrey was our authority, and through his veracity is undisputed, wo thought tho tale was rather extensive, but giving as his vouchers the mimes of Capt. Gooddell, John E. .Sharpu and other, we think his little dogship kos a very expert climber. Two dusky sons of Africa, Neely Korthcutt aud one ItmucSquire, of Adair county, had a shooting scrape in the col ored part ol Liberty on last Tuesday brought before morning. They Judge Tilford and Northcutt was given SX) tine aud W) days In jail. Of course the whole Quo will be paid in jail. Squires was urqultted of the shooting, but was held on carrying concealed weapons. The affray came up over two noted courtesans, Mat Wilson and Lou Clemmons. Tuesday night a party ol lynchers severely lacerated the naked hicks of the two females. Wednesday SierifJ Adams took the two to Stanford and lodged them in the Lincoln jail tn be kept until our new jail is finished, for oiTenses heretofore. For some time past Korthcutt and some other males of the colored persuasion, with the two females have beeii conducting themselves in a manner to shock decency. While a full advocate for law we acknowledge that emergencies may arise justifying a community to rise in their might and pro tect their firesides and families, hut in all such cases those who take the law In their own hands, should be those qualified to cist etones. This unpleasant state ol a (lairs may be traced primarily to a loose or non enforcement ot the laws. It is given up by those qualified to judge, that it is not the severity of punishment altogether, but the certainty that caunes the offender to fear and respect the laws. It is doubtful whether lynching ever does bear good fruit, and terrible results often follow. Judge Lynch may sometimes create a fear in the vicious, but can never secure his reaped; but a just aud certain administration of the laws Always secures both fear and respect. If there is no general statute to meet Rtich cases of outraged do cency our Legislature should lose no time in passing one, and for an adequate punishment. Confining in jail to pay the fine only redoubles tho county's ex penBca without abating offenses. We have seen such cases eflectually met by j providing county farms and and compelling the offender to pay his or her fines by tho sweat of his brow wt-r- n work-houses Dr. J. ORCHARD. L, McKee preached the union aermon Sunday night at the Baptist church. Tho Aid Society of the Presbyterian church met yesterday with Mrs. Owen Itlgney. Tho Bible .Heading Circle will meet with Mrs. Margaret Gill afternoon at 3 o'clock. Miss Xora Phillips, of Stonford, teaching tho public school at Wee Academy last week. The missionary society of the Presbyterian church meets this afiernoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. George Denny. Tho following people are on the sick list this week: Mrs. Crouly, Mrs. Sam Harlan, Misses Martha Tlllett aud Fan nie Bishop. Little Jack Doty a birthday party to his young friends at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliarlie Do-on Thursday. One of tho largest enterprises of this vicinity is tbe distillery under the management of Mr. John W. Miller, of this city. Tho company owning tho property are soon to erect another large ware hoiiBO and its capacity will also be Increased; it will then be one of tho largest distilleries in Central Kentucky. Our to numan's fino colt Garrard Denmark, nos awarded a number of premiums last week at tho Danville fair. Five ribbon", two certificates and three premiums or blues, were given tho colt. In tho first premium j25, Becond S and third $10, making a nice sum of ;13. Mr. Tillett expects to enter the colt at a number of ottier Kentucky fairs. A birthday dining was given Mrs. Martha Salter at tho home of her daughter, Mrs. Sam Emhry, about two milta from Laucaster. Jbo gathering of friends and relatives was in honor of Mrs. Salter's 73d birthday. Tho following met and remembered the occasion by some nice souvenir. Mrs. Ehzibeth Hill, Anderson, Mrs. Lucinda Green-lea- f, Mrs. Eiziboth Walts. Mrs. Sallie Ann Harris, Mrs. II A. Price, Mrs. Mary Llbln aud Mrs. Robert Elkin; Misses Sallio and Mattie Elkin and Debby Messrs. El Price, Hobert Elkin, Tom Elkin and John Simpson. A family living near Lancaster only last week averted quite a catastrophe by the timely aid of a physician. Mr. Dan. iel Francis, wife and two children, of tho Flatwooda vicinity, were poisoned Thursday by eating toad stools for mushrooms. It seems that the children were sent to gather the mushrooms, but not knowing what mushrooms were, they gathered tho poisonous toad stool. After oating heartily of the toad stools all of tho family became alarmingly ill. A physician was IrjpUntly summoned and only by the administering emetics were' the lives of the whole family saved. It is more than probable that that family will never again want to hear of toad stools or mushrooms either. Misses Jennio and Lily Walton Lyne, of Lexington, ore guests of Mrs. S. H Anderson and family. Mrs. Mollio Young and daughter, Miss Alice, have returned from a visit of several weeka to friends In Owingayille. Mrs. Kobert West, of Washington City, is visiting tho family of Mr. John K. West. Prof. 0. II. Posge, of Bracken county, is in Lancaster visiting Irieuds. Mrs. Capt. John Hose and children have returned to their homo in Louisville. Fred Fris-hi- e is visiting his cousin, Herbert Price, of Danville. Mr. and MrB. Grieger, of Ashland, are visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity. Mies Eliza Lusk has returned from a protracted visit to her cousin, Mrs. George D. White, of .Madison county. MrB. Dr. W. S. Elxin, of Atlanta, arrived last week to bo the guest of her sister, Mies Jennie Duncan. Mrs. Mary Allen Weisiger and daughter. Misa Lucile, are sojourning at Old Point Com fort. Miss Maggie Tomlinson left last week with a party of Danville frlenda George i'orkiue, nu editorial writer for a trip to Niagara Falls and other on the Cincinnati Enquirer and a man of points. many accomplishments, took morphine and diod at the Grand Hotel, CincinA magnificent granite monument, g nati; leaving a little to tho press, 100 feet high, for Lookout Point, near his health wan gone and his eyes Chattanooga, has been decided on. It had failed, powor had left him and this will cost fSO.000. It will he erected at last resort was less humiliating than to the Northern extremity of tho part, just be dependont on his relatives. above tho historic point of Lookout Postmaster Genural Wilson, who Mountain. has returned from n two weeks' vacation Tho coal operators of Pennsylvania, I was gratified to Ohio, Indiana and Illinois have agreed in Virginia Bays: learn that the free silver sentiment is to the CO cent rate for tniuiug coal, to gradually dying out and that tho cause becomo effective October 1. A moveof sound money ia gaining every day. ment in favor of the abolition of compaBusinees Is picking up oil over the South ny stores has also begun. and a better feeling prevails everyGov. Brown has selected tho design where. for tho monument to be erected over the The Big Four Kouto will give grave of Joel T. Hart, tho great sculptor, o for the round to Bos- for which tho last Legislature appropriaa rate of good to return Sept. 10, ted $500. It is to be of Massachusetts' ton August on account Knight Templar's Conclave. granite. For full particulars call on agent of Big Spoclmon Cases. S. New Casicl, Wu., was Four or address E. 0. McCormack, pass, with H. Clifford, aud Kheumatism; his troubled Neuralgia stomach traffic agent, and D. B. Martin, G. P. A., was disordered, his liver wasalfccledto an alarm-in- e degree, appetite fell away and he was terribly Cincinnati. T reduced in llein aud strength. Three bottles 01 The C. H.& D. will run an excur- Electric Hitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg. Jllln sion from Cincinnati Aug. 15 at $5 to runmnf sore on his leg of eight years' stand-inUsed three bottles or Electric Hitters Niagara Falls and return; tickets good boxes of Huckleu's Arnica Salve and hd and for five dayB. SO to Toronto and return; leg is sound large well' John Speaker, Catawbis had five O., fuver tores on bis doctors 10 to said h was incurable. One bottle leg; Electric tickets good for for flyo days, of ric llitt-r- s and one return; tickota cured him entirely. box Hucklen's Arnica Salve Thousand Islands and Sold b A R. Penny, druggist. good 10 days. be-g- nn y, Mrs-Susa- Bat-eo- n. Bay-in- ono-far- 25-3- 1, i g. Mr. Ben S. Boyd had a very valuable mare killed by the train this week. A special troin will leave Crab OrchAnd a complete line oi Crayon, Slates, Tablets and Pencils, in fact ard the 7th. 8th and 9th at 8 a. m. for tho every thing a pupil needs. Lebanon Fair. Ono fare for the round trip. Dr. Webster's mother-ilaw is seriously ill at Crab Orchard Springs. Shs being quite old, the doctor and wife feel Fine Box Paper, Tablets and Envelopes. A splendid assortment. quite anxious about her. The patrons of tho public school are very much pleased with tho prospects for a good school. Prof. Ritchie Everything new, purest and best quality. We solicit your patronage. and sister seem to understand their business. Maud Noakee, tho daughter of A. H. Noakee, died SaturDruggist, Stanford, Ky. day and was buried at Ephesus Sunday. She had been ill of dropsy for some weeks. Mr. Andy Rice, of Garrard, was circulating among his friends here Satur-doHe is as fat and jolly ns ever. Ho Baya he expects to visit the London Fair this year. And to be posted in Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes The ladies of the Christian church will give an ice cream supper in Mr. F you must first of all examine what we are doing. We call your esW. Dlllion's yard Wednesday night. Tho pecial attention to our stock of Black Suits guaranteed to fit or no ladles are exerting themselves to have sale, reduced from $12 and $15 to S3. 50 and every thing we have in everything tempting and tbe Bupper should bo well patronized, as the benefits are for a good cause. Mrs. J. A. Haldeman was called to her home in Louisville on account of tbe illness of her husband. Mr. Tom Scott, We need the room for of Somerset, and Mr. Ethel Scott, of These goods arc to be sold and not carried. Stanford, are rusticating at Crab Orchard our Fall Stock and they must go. We have also bought our Shoes Spring?. Mrs. M. A. Singleton Is visit- in advance of high prices and we know we can do you good. We ing her brother, Mr. Wm. Stuart. have a It is not generally known that Crab Orchard is about to havo a boom. There have been a number of men from Anderson, Ind, and that section, here examining our clay. They have sent several brings you more goods for your money than you can get any lots of it away to be tested and it has That where. This is cleaning up time with us and we intend to clean this proven very fine, especially one quality, which is very highly valued on account stock. Come and see us. of its delicate pink color. One of the MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. fentletnen told tho writer there were three colors at (Jrab Orchard and all of Jonas Peareon, aged So, and Mrs. good quality. Crab Orchard wili yet Marv Sheridan, 70, wero married at come to the front. W. N. Craig, M. D. Ind. J. W. Hocker: Albert Vandevender and Mtes Bertio ODDS AND ENDS. Bishop were married on their bicycles During tho past 20 years 1,781,341 near Tipton, Ind. Germans have emigrated to this counA Patterson, X. J., husband has ap- try. plied to tho courts for an injunction to ZDIETJ-O-GKESTDuring July the total coinage of the restrain hie wife from wearing bloomers. United States mints amounted to $3,235,-80Hero's more bad news for hubbies. Our war department cost in 1805, the The big Bleeves, which are to bo still bigger this winter, has sent Bilk up 20 most expensive year in its history, We handle a complete line of School Books, Stationery, Fine Toilet per cent. The government clears $050,000 a Articles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painter's Supplies, Glass, DrugII. B. Scrivner, aesistant postmaster at Richmond, and Miss Bessie Raben, year in making nickels and cents. The gists' .Sundries, Sporting Goods, Surgical Supplies. We give a most surprised their friends by marrying very material costs very little. At Grant's Lick, this State, Frank liberal discount for cash. You can save money by having your prequietly without making known their inGuberand his wife died within a few scriptions filled at our house. Only the most reliable drugs used and tention. Col. Craddock, tho centenarian, minutes of each other of consumption. accuracy guaranteed. Prescriptions filled night and day. A big line A Kankakeo man waded out into takes fresh courage from the fact that of .Spectacles. "L. H. Bellebaum, Parmacist. Craig & Hocker. his old friend, Capt. II. J. O'Neill, aged the river to drown a cat, took cramps 82, weds Miss Rosa Lanham, aged 24, in and was drowned himself. And the cat came back. Louisville. Mrs. Georgia Teates, of Tampa, Flo., Leonard Leachinan and wife, of girl baby.which Worthville, Carroll county, aged S3 and gave birth ton And S2 respectively, celebrated the 00th an- has four front teeth and finger nails fully developed. niversary of their marriage lost week. exchange Bays: "If A mountain There were four rounds in the fight blackberries last until pawpaws and Mr. and Mrs. Corbett. between First, matrimony; secoud, acrimony; third, 'possums get ripe, then we are safe for The testimony; fourth alimony. This last the summer." A new measurement of Mt. Adams, is a ''knock-out- " for Jim. New York Washington, finds it to be 12,902 feet Recorder. According to the decree of court, high. If this is correct the peak is 197 You are invifed to call and see them. "Gentleman" Jim Corbitt can not mar- i'eet higher than Mount Hood. As many as 1,037 deaths from snakery again, while his wife is granted the bites occurred in Punjab, in India last right to resume her maiden name, marry year. The figuren are larger than for any if sho wants to and receive $5,200 alimool the preceeding eight years. for life. ny a year In Topeka, Kan., a mortar on a sign Two big steel plautB iu Pennsylvania board in front, a bottle of hluo stuff in will shortly resume operations. the window and a lot of beer and whisDealer In The town of Sprague, Wash , calls ky in the rear constitute a drug store. for outside help, a fire having almost Charles E, Cole, who works for the wiped it from the map Saturday. Kentucky Pest, has beat the Denver Lightning struck tbb Methodist maD's record with a linotypo. Ho net church at Quakertown, Pa. Twenty 70,300 ems in six minutes lesa than eight persons wero prostrated, six of whom hours. The full report of tho seriously injured. harangue will make a book larger than serA regular pigeon Webster's Unabridged Dictionary. And vice is now carried on between Los AnETC. for continuous reading, it will be just geles, Cal.. and Avalon, a summer reinteresting. W. I.. WITHERS, Salesman. sort on Catalina Island, about 50 miles about as The July just past Is recorded as "a distant. The time to Los Angeles by body," with its rainfall steamer and railroad Is from three to demnition moist of 5.6S incjies, but it isn't in the swim fou- - hours; tho pigeons take hut 50 minutes. Tho service now numbers 100 with the corresponding month just 20 birds, and covers private messages, bus- years ago, when the total precipitation in Louisville was 10 40 inches. Louisiness orders and press intelligence. ville Times. selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and I am-noTo summarize six of the strongest Kentucky has 29.S52 pensioners, on easy monthly payments, orany other terms to suit the purchaser republican counties in the State, with a Virginia has but 8,030 and most of them population of 41,515 exponded last year have moved there. Ohio has tho great- best. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line S11G.474.41 while sir democratic counest number, 99,837. At the end of the of goods as can be found any wherein the land. ties nearest to them in population, lhcal year there were 909,544 on the I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever amonnting all told to 47,112, expended rolls. The total enlistments in the Fed-or- sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. only $5S,570.50, or about half as much, army were 2,772,40S men. Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. or, to be exact, a difference in favor of "For months" eayB the Somerset Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking deraocraic rule of $57,S91:91. Take this Paragon, "judges, wituessea and jurors difference between democratic and re- have been compelled togrant indulgence this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue Address publican government in these 12 coun- to tho State." That, from tho republi- teaching as before. ties and apply it to the whole State and can organ of a pauper republican counsoe where you are at if W. O. Bradley is ty ia eublimo in its nerve and attenuated elected governor. Elizabethtown News. as to fact. Covington Commonwealth. S HERD OF THE Maryland democrats place themA ilou.aob.old Treasuro. Red D.W. Fuller, of Canajoharie.N, Y., says that selves by tbe side of Kentucky, and he always kceys Or. King's New Discovery tn the Iowa, indorsing Oloveland and declarhouse and bis family would not be without it, If procurable. O. A. Dykcman Druggist, Catskill, ing for sound money, When the time It. H. Bronaugh, Pror, N. Y says that Dr. King's New Discovery is undoubtedly the best Cougn remedy; that he has comes for the democrats to nominate the Orab Orchard, - - Kentucky. used it in bis lamlly for eight jeajs. and It has next president, free sliver democrats failed to do all that is claimed for It. Why lcvc. not try a itruedy so long tried and tested, Tria will be as scarce as eligible beaux at PI21 for il from the belt tjrpei of Rozittert bottle tree at A. R. Penny's Drug Store. Regu summer resorts. Louisville Poet. lar .! ;oc,tnd fi.oo. lecuted from beet nerds la several different States. Correspondence Solicited n Dr. Augustus Jones, of Harrodshurg, aged 07, died of Bright'a disease. The internal revenue collections in this district for July wero 139,730,77. Presley Benedict, a respected citizen of the Milledgevillo Bection, died last week. Sam Owens, of Corhin, a brakeman on the L. A N., was fatally injured at Big Stone Gap. George Hoadcap, a brakeman on the K. C. division, had both legs cut off while coupling cars in the yard at Paris. Taylor, charged with Davis In tho murder of Hamakor on Stinking Creek, Knox county, was given 21 years. Hamakor was hacked to death with knives, being cut II times. The Kentucky Lumber Company's mill at Williamsburg was destroyed by fire. Loss $50,000, insurance $25,000. The mill was not running and tho origin of tho fire ia a mystery. Hobt. Black, nn engineer, on the L. & N., transfer at Covington, was stricken with paralysis and is now in a critical condition. He has been on the road for 25 years, and was crushed in a wreck in Paris in 18SS, from which he recovered after six months illness. Constable Henry Peak, formerly of this county, died suddenly at Somerset last week. The Reporter, in speaking of him, says: "No man was better liked than Henry Peak and he could number his friends by the score." It will be remembered that Mr. Peak was the only democrat elected in Pula6ki last November. Mr. Joe P. Embry, tho stock trader, died at his homo near Silver Creek, Saturday, of fatty degeneration of the heart. He was a very lletby man, weighing over COO pounds. Born and raiseJ in this comity, he has inanv relatives here, inciudiug Mr. T. J. Fos ter, a flret cousin, and no end to friends. well-know- SCHOOL BOOKS, OTATicm;rai2iiY9 ZB Drugs and Medicines, "W. M'ROBEBTS y. KN0WLED& E M PENA E SUMMER CLOTHING. n Remnant Job Counter, HUCHES & TATE. & S, CRAIG HOCKER, - 0. STA3XTFOHD, - KEWTTXCKY,8 nd ANCHOR : STOVES, Anchor Steel Ranges, BEST IN THE COUIMTRV. FARRIS & HARDIN M3o Ko WEABE.N. STANFORD, Horr-Harve- y Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages Wagons, letter-carri- er PIANOS and ORGANS al P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. BLUE-GRAS- Duroc Jersey Swine Stock. Breeders tne Mr. Carr, of Livingston, Tenn., deAs Emmett Logan would say: son of Walter Bloes, A four year-olThings have come to a h of a pass, of Cleveland, 0., fell from ita mothor'a livered to John Robinson 200 ewes at When a man can't wallop bia $1.75 per bead, and a bunch of wethers jackaBS. arma and was killed. on at $1. Advocate. Because the Interior Journal has A freight car jumped the track Stanford, Ky., - August ti, 1985 taken occasion to rebuke some of thn thoO. &0. bridge at Cincinnati and Kentucky has the honor of producing the first mare to become the dam of methods of those who wear the livery of smashed two houses. 4 democrats to better serve the republican Josephs. Ooxey, of tramp army two 2:10 trotters. It is Beuiah, the dam VV. P. WALTON. of Beuzjtta, 2:091, and Eagle Bird, 2:10. devil, and further perhaps because we fame, has boon nominated for governor T. O. Yeager, formerly of this place, have not seen fit to jump on Col. W. 0.' by the Ohio populits. Bradley with both feet and abuse him only air fights between won a race with QuiniuoS. at tho Spring Thero were like a pickpocket, it is reported in the the Blackburn mun and thoir opponents field fair Friday. Thoro were 12 starters nnd the best timo made by the winner mountains, so a friend who has recently at Teak's Mill last week. Ed Garten, attacked his grandfather was 2:20. returned from thero tells us, that we A lo.no, useful nnd eventful career have lifted ourselyea body and soul by with a stick of wood at Murray, and tho Great Bahoain. GO acre farm near n came to a cloae when on tridny Stanford for sale. Improved and in a our boot straps over into the republican old man cut his life out. high state- of cultivation. Call and see Gen. Frank Lane Wolford breath- camp. The absurdity of such talk makes In a quarrel over a ed his last at bia home in Columbia. It almost unnecessary for us to notice it. Alfred Thomas shot and killed his cous- or address me at Stanford. M. Speed Peyton. Born in Adair, the county in which he By birth and by nature we could not re in, Thomas Davis, at Nashville. died, Sept. 2, 1817, he developed at an anything but a democrat, but we hope J. K. Baugbtuan sold to Joseph Ken-dito Louisville added another murder of Philadelphia, a early age a fondnees for the law and he we are not so old saddle d as its record. Sam Skinner was kill id at and illiberal She is a fine mare and mare for aoon became a most successful practi- never to see anything wrong in a demo- 10th and Broadway by John Boyd. n by patrons of fairs in this tioner, especially in criminal cases, in crat, simply because he ia one, or any B. F. Burbridge, a veteran of the is THIS his services were alwaya In de- good in a republican for no other reason Mexican and civil wars, was killed in a section. which W. A. Tribble's Kate Malloy got the mand, and in which he depended more than he la of the opposite party. We fall from his wagon at Owingsvtlle. on bia imagination and upon hia rugged have taken occasion repeatedly to cud -- Hon. Ghaa. F. Crisp is having a gala blue tin in the ring for mares or gelding oratory than upon the law and facte. He gel Joe Blackburn, though alwaya in time in England. He will be dined by four years old and over at tho Lawrence-burfair, and that gentleman's spirits has surprised many a criminal by hav- sorrow and never in anger, because we the speaker of the House of Commons. ing him turned loose when the trem- thought we had a right to wallop our The trolley cars scored ita 115th vic- have arisen 100 per cent. W. L. Evans' filly by bling fellow expected and deserved se- own jackaBS, when we saw g A. Urbansky&Co., Props. tim last week in Brooklyn, that number vere punishment. As upon the rostrum, against party and party measures, and having been killed there in a few years. Star Denmark, proved a good one at tho he was a power upon the hustings. A Snaniard shot and killed Danville fair. Doc Drye, who Is handwe will continue to exercise that right, RA2T2GTT, In Mexico ling her, got a blue and a red tie on her the cause of whiggery, he took whenever the animals get out of the four persons in a an active part in politics and many a middle of the road, believing that in hnnaimn hn war refused a daDCO by 8 Friday and refused an offer of $300 for her. democrat went down in disgust before party allegience alone can anything be lady. Offers lor this week The following records have been his oratorical eflorts. Among the first to accomplished. There is nothing In comwaa unusually bloody. Sunday last volunteer in the war with Mexico, he mon with us and republicanism, but Nearly every item on the first page of made by the gH of the great Onwar I In : BARGAINS ! told of the taking of the laat week or so: Beuzatta, 2:091; did valiant service there and was more while we detest republican methods, we the Courier-Journ- al Alleen, 2:07; Frank Agati, 2:091; Angie than once wounded in battle. Return-in- do not dislike all republicans. As one human life. In almost B. A O. near D., 2:07. The average of tho four per- was elected to the Legisla- "black mammy" used to say, "I love you, home he In a wreck on the ture on the Whig ticket, to whose prin- child, but I bate your ways," so we feel Zinesville. an engineer and fireman lor tiiers is 2:0S, ! : It iaauthoratlvely stated that Riley ciples ho waa always loyal. But the towards Col. Bradley. He represonta all wero killed and several passenger coachGrannan, probably the greatest plunger Whig party was not born to survive and that is antagnonlstic to our political be es were burnod. More Goods for $i than any house when it died. Gen. Wolford became a liefs, but be is a warm personal friend, Town Marshal W. S. Mark, of the world ever taw, has been playing in in town. Know Nothing. He waa an intense who has shown his sincerity on repeated Owingsvllle, was shot and fatally wound- such bad luck lately that ho has only Union man and at the breaking out of occasions, and while we are going to try ed at a picnic by Bob Yarber because he about $35,000 left. At one time it ia Remember this will be a week of claimed he was worth $200,000. the war he recruited the 1st Kentucky to help hide him under and adverse ma arrested two women. bargains with us. The Liberty fair, M. K. Humphrey, Cavalry and became its colonel. It did jority of 30,000 or 40,000, wo are going Henry Briukmeyer, of Cincinnati, noble eervice for the cause and its his- to treat him fairly and accord him that borrowed $400 from his sweetheart to sec, sends our business mntiager a comtory during the four years' struggle reads respect that bia social and political stand- buy hia wedding clothes and has not plimentary to itsexblbition Aug. 28to30. It is the handsomest thing of the kind almost like a romance. Its gallant com- ing entitle him. And if this be treason, sinco been heard of. mander was frequently promoted and make the most of it. Raleigh, N. 0.. Dr. W. J. Spruill we have seen and bee ides it admits the At holder to one of tho best fairs in the when he was chosen presidential elector committed suicide after having attemptSaturday was McCreary day and the ed to pssault tho wife of W, A. York, country. in 1SG4 he had risen to the rank of genF. P. Bishop, who raised them on eral. It was during this campaign that model Congressman was largely on top one of his best friends. for alleged treasonable all around. Down in Franklin county daughter of the chief tbe King farm in this county, took the he was arrested Misa Flagler, utterances and thrown in prison at his candidate for the Legislature, Mr. of ordinance of the United States army, premium on 25 roasting eara at the DanWashington, from which he was finally Jamea A. Violett, although to fame and shot and killed a young negro, who was ville fair. Mr. Bishop has rented for 1S9G of W. M. McAfee, agent for Mrs. Dr. released, after he had written a letter to politics almost unknown, defeated stealing fruit from her yard. to President Lincoln, which as a plea for Blackburn's man, Col. E. H. Taylor, a At Nashville, Tom Westbroke killed Glvens, the Harvo Helm farm of 232 the right of free speech has hardly an life long politician, who bad never known Bill Williamson on the refusal of the lat- acres for $740. J. B. Saunders sold to John Smith a equal. After the war, he was for ex- defeat before, by a majority of 331, car- ter to marry Westbroke'a sister, with car load of hoga at 4) c. They avertending the fullest amnesty to those who rying nearly every precinct, including whom he had been intimate. were in rebellion against the government that of the colonel himself. As Senator Officials of the Pullman and Wagner aged 200 pounds. J. N. Broaddua and he did more than any other man to Blackbnrn had stomped the county for companies aay that tbe business of their bought a car load of butcher cattle at 2 bring about peace and order out of strife Taylor, the result is more than gratifying sleeping and parlor cars for June and to 3 Simon Weil received this week and chaos. On a platform of general to the sound money men. In Nelson Jnlv ia the lamest in the history of tbe for M. Goldsmith 50 cattle from A. C. Robinson & Son, weighing 1,529 It; 32 amnesty, be defeated Col. Silas Adams Isaac Wilson, a McCreary man, waa also corporations. for the Legislature, and while there nominated, beating McKay, a free silver When Gen. Hardin and Col. Brad head from J. A. Doty 1,491; 10 head from brought in the Amnesty bill he bad lie, by 500 or COO. It begins to look like ley meet for their first joint discussion W. J. Gilllsple, 1,005 and 01 head from promised to introduce, which restored McCreary's lead in the race for U. S in Louisville space in the hall will be A. & S. L. Glbba, 1,490 bought at 5cts. to full rights and privi Senator will give him the nomination on equally divided between democrats and Lancaster Record. A Big Line and leges. Since then the democratic party the first ballot. Messrs. J. K. Baughman, O. C. Carrepublicana. At Durham, N. 0., Ream'a large to- - penter and Doc Drye, of the West End has never had a bolder or more earnest Gen. Hendrick baa ordered bis attor- bacco warehouse, Stokes' opera house and J. E Farris, of this place, were paradvocate. He was a candidate for clerk ney at New York to institute suit for and a dozen other buildinga were totally ticularly of the court of appeals in 18S2, but waa fortunate at the Danville fair. libel against the Press of that city for destroyed by fire. The total loea will The first named gentleman took the blue by a combination defeated for the nomiOffered. publishing a letter from Kentucky saytie in all of tbe mule rings, the next two nation. He then ran for Congress and ing that he bad compromised a suit for aggregate $100,000. waa eaeily elected. His unique characHenry and Albert O'Nell, young got nearly everything they went alter in taxes against the Big Sandy R. R. for ter and original methods were the won- $12,000 or just half what the State claim- men, were fired upon aa they left a saddle rings, while Mr. Farris, with his La., and were killed. two and three year-olstallions, got a der of his fellow members, none of whom ed was dne, and that after collecting the church at Gideon, ever dared to tackle him twice in de. On best Vapor Stoves made, at Three other young men have been ar- liberal share of the premiums. amount he placed it to bia own private The London Fair, Aug 21, 22 and 23, bate. Though deluged with letters from credit rested for the murder. in bank. Gen. Hendrick eays bis constituents during his term, asking A big deal in street railroad bonds promises to be a good one this year. The that the story originated in the fertile his aid in various matters, he only an- brain of a disreputable correspondent waa made at Nashville, and $00,000 was premiums aro unusually liberal and for of bonds changed hands tt the races considerable money is hung up. swered one and then to say he was there and that he will make tbe paper smoke the amount to attend to public matters and not to unless par. It is reliably stated that Vander-bi- lt There will be three races the first day, it makes a full retraction. As the private affairs. Hundreds of anecdotes general four tho second and five tho third and Uuiversity was the purchaser. is a candidate for the illustrative of his peculiarities and great- animus of tbe publication is apparent. Over 40,000 names are now attached last. The races include trotting, runness of heart are told, and we hope some to tbe petition for clemency for Maria ning and bicjele contests. The officers day to get Col. Thomas P. Hill to give Barberi, who killed her betrayer, Batal-d- are W. L. Brown, presi lent, C. H. Mos W e do not know positively, hut w our readers the benefit of eome of bia in New York, and is sentenced to es, secretary, and R M. Jackson, treasurer. personal recollections of the wonderful "have $15 in our inside pocket don't you sit in the death chair in a few weeks. With'a full assortment of nice Fnrniture bought before the advance know," which Bays that Mr. Walter P. man, of whom be was a great menu ana Emerson is tbe author of the breezy and on raw material. Just give us your ear for a few minutes and we will ardent admirer. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. newsy political gossip, which the Louis'THE MEALING WATERS" STILL FLOW name a number of articles which Two wounds received in the thickest you are in need of. Solid oak bed FROM OLD ville Times publisbps from Cincinnati. Tbe Richmond fair cleared fSOO. of the fray in the war between theStates, room suits $13.75. Sec our line of framed pictures and made up Mr. Emerson's intimate knowledge of A few loads of corn for sale. Jos. caused the death of Gen. Wolford. One frames. You will not be disappointed when you learn the price. We men and things in theStatea of Ohio and Ballou, Stanford. was in the right hip, the other in the left Kentucky, coupled with a memory that handle nice line of furniture, such asjsuits, chairs, cheap beds and A few extra good lambs for sale. Jos. leg and they never healed, but were a Since their discovery more than a century ago, is wonderful, .nake him not only a most Ballou, Stanford. source of continual pain to the old hero, these famous Springs hae given i ealth ami pica, couches, bed lounges, window shades, curtain poles, extension brack-sio- n Wistful, 2:111, now holds the record ure to a mighty army ol Invalid, and Touruti brackets, carpets, wall paper. Price elsewhere then we can who never murmured or complained. He interesting but a very Instructive writer, from all parti ol tho world. The Spring, are c trotters. of iron and a nerve of and the Times adds to its popularity by for Tennessee-brehad a constitution you that we make the prices low. engaging his services. Wanted stock to pasture. Plenty of Now Open for Reception of Guests. steel or they would have killed him long grass and water. W. W. White. ago. Boating. Howling, Illlliardi, Dancing. Driving, A splendid pen picture of gallant old Kismnji, Outdoor Gators, Good Mu.Ic, New W. T. Tuckor took a car load of Said Col. Hill yesterday: "He was the Frank Wolford from the pen of Mr. EuLivery, An Excellent Cuulne, lambs to Cincinnati and got 2 to 4Jc for And all that goes to make your vitit enjoyable produced. gene W. Newman, who writes grandest man Kentucky ever Undertakers andFurnturc Dealers, Stanford, Ky. under tho them. It waa he who kept Kentucky in the nom de plume of Savoyard, appeared in TERMS MODERATE. Cal Neyius, of Lancaster, Bold to Union and prevented her citizens from Saturday's Courier-Journawhich ought Lee' of Lexington, Elkin, 2:24, Hoard and Roomt, IS to $15 per week. Special Thomas, being pillaged in war and expatriated to be preserved by every admirer of the Ratea to Families and Societies. for $400. peace. He was absolutely without fear rugged old diamond in the rough. For further informttion apply to William Robinson, aged 81, has the OTJ8 HOFMANN, Prop , and when convinced that he was rigbti a Crab Orchard, Kj distinction of being the oldest race driconsequences were never death or other Hurrah for Trigg county. It too has considered. The bravest man I ever joined McCreary's sound money column ver in Indiana. In School Supples at The great pacer, Robert J., waa saw, the most magnanimous and one ab- by naming a candidate by 400 over the beaten at Cleveland by Joe Patchen. solutely above animosities or resent- free silver man. Best time 2:04. ments, Gen. Wolford was without a peer Succcnori to J. H. HJtfsint, Dealers in third R. H. Bronaugh's Kitty will be forever cherished and his name NEWSY NOTES. at money in the race for by Kentuckians and other patriots who John Franklin, of Terre Haute, Ind., Oakley Saturday. admire the manly virtues for which the Eflie Powers and Pestoria Wilkes reGrand man was kicked by a cow and instantly kill-egeneral waa remarkable. Kv. duced tbe pacing team record to 2:15, Afraid to meet no man on he was John B. Minor, professor of law In knocking off 1 seconds, afraid but willing and earth and not We will continue the coal Mlg Southdown bucks, Poland China gms old stiinu and will havebusiness at Mr. times A Large Stock and each article the very best to be had at its on hand at all anxious to meet bis God, when the sum the Virginia University, is dead at a best coal whicn ws ripe age. Jersey bulls fcr the very sell strictly for cash will deliver promptly. boars, Shorthorn and price. mons came Gen. Wolford went to his reWe will and will male It to The Standard Wagon Company, of sale by F. Reld, Stanford. the interest ol the people ol this aection to pay ward with the plaudits not only of his 3; The corn crop this year io estimated Cash. fellow man, but of Him Who doeth all Cincinnati failed for $400,000. Assets at 2,500,000,000 bushels, the largest in May the sod rest lightly $300,000. things well. Elizabethtown is to have a water- the history of the country. upon him." works plant. The contract will be let Tbe cotton production in tbe South Da ins has disposed of hia in- August 10. grown from 35,550 balea in 1705 to Editor baa -:- Strikers have sued the Southern Pa- to 0,470,435 balea In 1895. terest in the Mlddlesboro News to George W. Albrecht and will go to Owensboroto cific for $1,500,000 damages for false imTbe Columbia fair will be held Aug. Ky. edit a republican sheet. Grazing must prisonment. Secretary J. E. Worrell baa our newspaper field in the Loula and George Rich, of Valpara- thanks for a complimentary. bo short in the 3 but it is to bo hoped that this iso, Ind., were gored to death by a viThe Advocate says William Rue will 1895 new entry into tbe journalistic derby cious bull. take Gambonito,King Cheater and other Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate DepartRodriguez, the Cuban insurgent lead-e- good ones to St. Loula and Atlanta this ments. will not starve to death. Scientific, Classical and Special Course ot was killed and hia forces defeated fall. Study. Schools of Music, Art, French and Elocution. Julius Blue, of Kieseme, Fla., looked with heavy loss. Tho shipment of strawberries on the Heit teachers employed, each a specialist in her -J- ohn Day, charged with killing John Memphis branch of the L. & N. this own Department. into tbe barrel of bia pistol to aee if it Boarding pupils under the direct supervision of was loaded. A large crowd attended bia Cawood, at Harlan Courthouse in 1883, year exceeded that of former years by teacher. 1 For further Information, address has been captured. burial the following day. 22,000 crates. WILLIAM SMKLTON, President. 34 1 &MI-WEEK- U Interior Journal 1 on SIX PAGES. alter-noo- collar-butto- n, - hide-boun- well-know- g Louisville Store. Mgr. him-goln- two-year-- old ball-roo- m T. D. SPECIAL g EVERY LINE d GASOLINE STOVES. Special .' Inducements, Extremely Low Prices W. H. WEAREN & CO.'S o, HERE WE ARE AGAIN, Crab Orchard Springs. con-vinc- d WITHERS & HOOKER, l, Every Thing You Want I R. R. Noel & Son. of B.-g- ot s d. All Kinds PENNY'S Coal, 1 Stanford, DRUG STORE. STANFORD College, Female 20-2- 3. Stanford, Fall Session Opens Sept. ex-mag- TELESCOPES AND H-- TRUN KS VALISES : I r, CLUB BAGS AT J M'ROBERTS. r feJIAbL URANUE. SUPPLEMENT TO THE FOR SOUND MONEY. sil-Acr -- SEMI-WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KT. Two Sides to the question. Tbo silvcrites say that tho only way And out whether free coinago would HON. HOSE SMITH FPEAK3 AT incroaso tho commercial valuo of GAIHE3VILLE, GA. to SI. 29 per ounce, is for tho Unl- -' Aro tod States to try tho oxporirucnt; warning: tho people willing to run tho risk of IIo?Inkcsn Strong Argument Against "Three-fourth- s of tho pcoplo who National bankruptcy, merely to satfavor freo coinago without porsonal Freo Coinage Kxplnlns Why tho isfy tho cheap money agitators that investigation havo n sneaking idea Price of Sliver tins Fallen nnd laws do not mako values? All eonsl-bl- o that they can pay thoir dobt easier r Tells of Some of tho Inevitable men know that nlroady and thoy KfTccts of Free CoIimro at 10 to 1. with a dobased curronoy than under flio not going to upsot our financial pro-cotho prascnt toilsome, Tho following is a part of Secretary systom for tho sako of trying fool But this is all a dream born TToko Smith's npoooh at Gainesville, NO ritAOTICAL BENEFITS. of the lurid imagination of your typiGa., on July 23: cal froo silver advocate. The crediTho valuo of silver bullion hirs fallon No practical bonofltscan bo pointed Editors of froo silvor pnpers must tor who holds a mortgage on tho o sinoo 1873, on account of tho lossenod out as a consoiiuenco of tho legisla liavo n very poor opinion of tho farmer's land is not exactly an idiot of tho public. Instead of giv- cost of production, on account of tho tion. It wonld intorforo with our exing acts and arguraonta to show that enormous incrcaso in production, and changes in foreign trade, and prove a himself, and the moment it becomos froo coinago would bo n good thing on account of tho docrcasod demand. burden upon tho producors of our clonr that froo coinago at the 10 to 1 s All of theso elements outorod into and great staples cotton, corn and other ratio will bo legalizod in this country for tho country, thoy contont with child's fables about tho holpod to causo tho roduotion of tho grain. By hindering international thousands of mortgagos will bo fore"sbylocki, gold conspirators," and valuo of Bilver. commorco it would burden tho agri- closed by mon who proposo to havo To rcstoro tho price of silvor to its cultural products of this country liko thoir loans paid in good money. Tho "monoy sharks." This may ploaso valuo in 1873 you must removo all tho a high protoctivo tariff. Not only froe Bilvor dupo may argue, with tears thoso whoso minds nro alroady inado in his silver dollar, causes which havo rodnood its valuo. would tho mon who work for salaries will booyes, that tho price of to tho tip in favor of tho fifty-ceimmodiatoly jorked up Concodo for tho Hako of argnmont that be doprivod, at loast for a while, of bui it docs not onlighton tho men who aro honestly Booking for the truth on tho action of tho Unitod States was employment, but when enabled to re- desired poiut in tho markets of tho tho monoy question. That tho silver ono of thoso causes, it is illogical to turn to work thoy would find tho dol- world as soon ns our mints are opened standard advocates find no bottor argu- claim that tho removal of this ono is lar paid to them as wages doprcoiatod to tho motal. But tho b ment than silly nbuso of their oppo- to romovo tho effect of all tho others. in valuo as a consoquonco of a ohango croditor doesn't belong to that class of roasoners, nnd ho will turn tho nents, may bo safoly taken asovidonco But it is nrgod that tho Unitod of standard Tho only possiblo bon-oof thoir cause. States should try tho oxperimont, and, of tbo weakness would bo from a limitod incroaso former ont, bag and baggage, unloss ho if it failod, then abandon it, or chango in tho valuo of silver bullion, whioh moots his overdua mortgage thon and WIIIOII WILL YOU HAYE DOO OR HORSE. tho ratio. Tho facts stntod show con- would go into tho pookotsof tho groat thero with tho monoy in which tho croditor has confidence. Just boforo clusively in advauco that it must fail. silvor mine owners tho mon who are CREDITORS XSD DEBTORS. WHAT MAKES INTEREST UIUH. To lift tho valuo of 412 grains of sil- really baoking all the agitation and tho dawn of that happy silver day when tho silvor lining of tho clouds ver in tho Unitod States from CO to furnishing to it its sinews of war. The advocates of freo silver seek to The readers of this do not need to 100 cents it wonld bo necessary to lift Tho pioturo is not overdrawn. Whon will bn coinod into good Government create a olass fooling in favor of their havo it explained that business activdollars Sheriff will bo pcrchod tbo valuo of all tho silver in tho world I contemplate it, thero is but one schemo by representing the country ity dopends in large measure upon a to tho samo oxtont, less the cost of sourco of comfort it is in an abiding around on the worm fonces in tho as divided into 'two classes, a large low rato of interest, whioh is tho most couutry waiting for mortgages to transporting it to tho United Statos. confidonco that within twolvo months number of poor debtors and a small conolusivo proof of plonty of money liko blackbirds watching a corn 1 coinod, is That volumo of full, free discussion tho American numbor of rich creditors. Thoy ap- to bo loaned. If I can got capital at , 700,000. If tho bnrdon wero only people can bo reliod upon to over- crop." y peal to the envy of those who havo 4 per cont. a year, I may build a to raiso tho commercial valuo of whelmingly dofeat any party which been unsuccessful in lifo by protendand employ hands and carry on tho coinod silvor, in thoso coun- proposes to bring such disaster upon Prosperity of Arkansas Farmers. ing that tho canso of thoir failure is an industry successfully and with tries where it was dropped, to bullion us. It surprised many pcoplo to find that tho oppression of stho borrower by the profit to myself, where if I had to pay value, tho undertaking would still be Instead of freo silver at 16 to 1, lender, and of tho freo 6 or 7 per cent, for the money, or cloarly impossible India hasS950,000,-00- 0 which means silver monometallism, a tho Arkansas delegates to tho Cleveland convention wore against froo coin- coinage litoraturo is devoted to in- could not borrow it at all, I might ba China, J7C0.000, 000; Japan, contraction of tho curronoy, nnd a vectives against tho robber capitalist unablo to do so, and the faotory would ; Mexico, $50,000,000; South temporary and permanent injury to age. Ono roason for their attitudo is who has cnslavod tho poor farmor and remain unbuilt and the labor unemundoubtedly found in tho faot that American States, S30.000.000. A to buiincss, whioh had boon described, workingman. ployed. How aro wo to have interest tal of $1,852,000,000 is usod by theso tho Secretary urgod tho nocossity for Arkansas is now an unusually Liko all othor silverite arguments cheap and money abundant? CapitalState. Crops of all kinds were This silvor, though a couutrics nlono. curronoy, consisting this of the dobtor against creditor has ists aro no worse than other mon. Bat coined, circulates only at its bullion of gold, silvor, and papor, but ovory nover moro promising, nnd the farmers no foundation in faot. In tho first thoy are no better. They aro just lik aro moro independent than ovor bevalue. In addition to this, can the dollar kept as good as auy othor dolplaco it has been repeatedly shown yoursolvos. What would you do? desilver mines afford to continuo in- lar. This would allow tho coinago of foro. Tho Littlo Bock Gazette clares that any farmer who has "lived that as a rule tho number of oreditors, Suppose thero wero a lot of mon who creasing thoir production, as thoy all silvor, whioh could bo hold at an of a law that, that is, men THIS LITTLE TIO WENT TO UAUKCT. have, from $81,000,000 in 1873, to equal cxchangeablo valuo with gold. at homo" for several years past that money owing and women who havo advocatod the passage out monoy them by individuals, after you had loaned on is, has raisod enough of other crops $214,481,004 in 1890 on a market than cotton to avoid tho necessity of banks, insuranco companies, otc, is gold valne, would forco you to acoopt There aro in this country about which box risen 100 per cent? The purohasing supplies must acknowl- much larger than that of those in silver valuea in return would you bo iwonty-fivmillion adults. If tho free volumo to bo raised iu valuo extends edge that ho is better off this year than dobt. By far tho greater part of tho in a hurry to lend monoy? Would coinage schemo for "putting tho to tho earth deposits as woll as to that ho ever was in the past. Tho farmers debts of this country is owed by a you not rather keep it looked up in, a money in tho pockets of tho pcoplo" herotoforo minod. in the northern and western parts of comparatively small numbor of per- trust company or else 'loan it only at vriui adopted, each man nnd woman Wo wero unable to keep tho volno tho Stato aro reported to be, as a rule, sons or corporations, who have bor- high interest and for short terms? would hsvo to carry round with them of silver up to gold under tho Freo this agitation stopped out of dobt and with monoy in tbo rowed in largo amounts tho united And then, twenty-fivbig silver dollars in order Coinago act of 1792. Wo woro o bank, whilo many of them belong to savings of millions. It is only among and every ono became satisfied that "tho people" blight hnvo in their that to keep gold up to silvor under tho "creditor class"kand hold mortgagos tho farmers that too nnmber of debt- thoro would bo no intorfoi once with possession all tho monoy of the coun- tho Freo Coinage not of 1831. Franco on city and town property. The ro- ors appears to bo larger than of tho standard of values, and that capitry. Of course it would nover do to nnd her associates in tho Latin Union sult of nil this is that tho Arkansas far- croditors, but this is moro seeming tal when loaned out would bo safo and let thowiokod bankers have tho proo-iou- found themselves unablo to keep silmer is coming to bo a safe and sound than real. A majority of tho farmers would bo repaid in money as good as whito metal disks on deposit, so ver up to gold in 1871. Tho failure political economist ; in tho words of of the. country are not in debt, and loanod, would not you would not checks could not bo used for largo of theso practical tost?, uudor far thoGazetto, "he isno longor a theorist many of tho30 who nro havo borrowod ovory capitalist bo prompt to offer to purchases. Tho necessity for n woman moro lavoraulo circumstances than These loan, his funds at interest, however or a calamity howler." A similar monoy from other farmers. carrying two orthreo pounds of silver thoso of the present, domoustratodhow chango in material conditions nnd facts prove that a law intended to low, rather than let them remain idle? on a shopping expedition would bo one how ridiculous is tho claim of tho silThis country y affords an economic attitudo is in progress benefit debtors at tho expense of pleasing rosult of tho cheap monoy ex- ver advocates. creditors would injure far more peolesson of this. In those parts of throughout the South, moro or less Merchants would build periment. Theso facts, fairly considered by the country whero tho people believe) rapidly, nnd it explains tho steady ple than it would help. spccitil vaulU for holding their re- any one, will bring tho conclusion tint Another roason for condemning tho that our currency is safe and thnt no dying out of the silvor crazo in that ceipts, and wo would bo back again to free coinage at 1G to 1 means tho uso silverito attempt to set class against chango in its standard is likely to Ecction. New York Evoning Post. tho primitive condition of bartering of no coin but silver ; means a now class is tho falsity of the olaim that take place, plonty of money can bo mis little ria staid at noun. goods for mctiil. standard of mcasnro equal in valuo to tho creditors nro responsible for tho had, at 4 aud 5 per cent., whilo in thoso tho presont commercial valuo of tho poverty of the dobtors. This idea parts of the country in whioh tho pooThero may bo a fow pcoplo in this bullion now put into n silver dollar; CURED OF FREE SILVER. would not bo worthy of notice, plo aro confident that froo coinago country who honestly bolievo tho moans n now dollnr worth only apwere it not mado the basis of tho de- legislation will be had, and that a loan charge, that tho cliango in our proximately half as much as tho presPresident Max Bobinson, of the mand for laws whioh would wipo out made for any long time ahead may bo dolcoinago laws by which tho silver ont dollar, and tho mcasuro of all Georgia branoh of tho T. P. A., is of tho debts of tho couutry. repaid in depreciated silver, there is lar was omitted from tho list of legal values by this now standard. showing his frionds a 52c. silver dolTo say that tho strong, thrifty, capa- scarcely a placo whero you can borrow was brought about by tender coins, Tho immediate effect of tho election tolling thorn how a fow days in ble aud industrious havo cansed the money on very long timo at all, oxBritish influence. Of courso tho story of n Prosidont committed to such a lar and is pretty npt to convert the Mexico poverty of thoso who woro less capablo copt on gold contracts, or even on about tho bribery of Congress by tho policy would bo tho separation of tho strongest freo silvcrito into tho most or fortunate, is absurd. On the con- short time, at less rates than 6 or 8 English banker, Ernest Soyd, is a stu- gold and silvor dollar, tho gold dollar ardont sound monoy man. trary, if tho assistance given by tho per cent Free silver would not add n froo going to premium of about two for ono. pid lie, yot it is repeated as Tho 52c. silver dollar is a Mcxicnn creditor's capital was not of greater a dollar to the real wealth of the West coinago argument. To all tho atWo would loso at ouoo $678,000,000 dollar with moro intrinsio valuo than benefit to tho dobtor than tho intorost or South. But the apprehontfion of it tempts to mako it appoar that of gold now in circulation and now in is, thero is silver dollar; which ho pays, borrowing would coase. has kept from thoso seotions of tho Groat Britain is auxious to havo olhor tho Treasury. Tho grconbacks and our, silver in it thanthat is in ono of more thero Thero is no law to compel men to bor- country the millions upon millions of countries adopt tho gold standard, Treasury notes $375,000,000 which Undo Sara's silver dollars. Nevertherow, so tho presumption is that tho capital that, had they been invested For would still roinain outstanding, would less it is worth just tho bullion value, thero is ono conclusive roply. debtor must bo satisilod that it will there, might havo mado such prosperyears India, with moro bo hoardod, iu tho hope that a freo over ahundrod nnd that is all it brings in or pay him to go in debt. Noither di- ity as tho world has not seen since tho than two hundred millious of pooplo, silver bill, it passod at nil, would bo tho 52c, country that coins it and at its rectly nor indirectly is tho man who sun shono upon Eden. Hon. John has been governod by tho British. soon repealed. This would takoplaco own mints whon it is hot from tho has saved a little money to blamo DoWitt Warner, in Freo Coinage DisYot tho silvor standard was ostablishod immediately aftor tho election of n dies. his neighbor finds it profitable sected. and is still maiutaiuod in India by tho President in Novombor, 1896, and Mr. Bobinson got bis silvor dollar to borrow. Tho complaint against British Govcrnmont. Docs that look probably oven after the nomination at tho Mexican mint. It was ono oi n ( Doubling tho Wheat Crop. i croditors is founded on ignorance of woro by oither of tho great parties of a free as though tho British gold bugs number coined while the traveling A proposition to doublo tho wheat tho service performed by tho men who ria got roast bkef. this little engaged in "striking down tho Eilvcr silver candidate. Tho now President mon visitod tho mint and each ofjthem crop by measuring it in "bushels" aavo and lend capital. money" of tho world? could not bo inaugurated until March paid 52c. in United States curronoy of tho presont sizo would bo High Prices nnd Low Wages. 1, 1897. During tho six months or for tho Mexican dollar. If tho United laughed at by ovory intelligent farl'reo Coinage Dissected. moro boforo it would be possiblo to States adopts free coinago Mr. BobinThe most stupid swindlo for which mer. No ono would bo deceived into Tho Sound Currency Coramittco of pass freo tilrer logislatiou tho con- son has inado nrrangomonts to have it wan ever attempted to gain the thinking that tho quantity of whoat tho Boform Club has just issuod a traction of tho curreuoy just doscribod shipped to him a carload of Moxicnn votos of tho workingmen is tho grown would bo any larger though it abort pamphlet entitled "Froo Coin-ag- would precipitate tho most serious dollaro at Now Orleans, thero to bo s schemo of tho 16 to was called twice as many bushels. Dissected." It puts tho caso consoquonccs. Thoso owing gold miutod into Unitod States coins at a 1 silvorites. It passos beliof that any But when it comos to measuring valagainst freo coinago in tho clearest obligations would put a strain upon haudsomo profit, provided, liko tho set of political agitators should have ues, instead of quantities, a great possiblo light, and tho lauguago is so tho remaining silvor currency and Moxican dollar, there is not too rapid tho impudence to ask tho wago earnmany people aro viotims of the curious simplo and tho sontoncos so short that bank notes, to buy gold to moot thoir a depreciation in their purohasing ers of this country to help adopt tho delusion that by adopting a standard no ordinary mechanic or farmer nood gold obligations. cheap silvor staudard of China, Mexpower. of valuo worth only half of that now havo any difficulty in understanding Tho currency, consisting of checks Thero woro 350 traveling men in ico and tho small South American used, this country would at oneo tho disoussion. John and bills of exchange, amounting to tho party that invaded Mexico. Among countries. On tho admission of its addoublo the value of all the produots of DoWitt Warner, tho author of tho 95 por cent, of our ontiro curronoy, them wero Homo free Bilvorito, rabid vocates tho first effect of freo coinage labor. They are entirely mistaken. pamphlet, dibsoats, in turn, each of would go out of uso inconsequence of whito metal buga, who wero delighted would bo to reduce wages fifty per Changing tho measuro would not ia tho principal olaims of tho freo coin-ag- loss of confidence nnd crodit, and tho that tho motes in tho eyes of thoir cent, by making food, olothes, rent, tho slightest dogree increase tho roal ndvocatoe. rosult would bo tho withdrawal of 97 d brethorn were to be dug nnd everything tbo workingman must valuo in uso or exchange of tho goods Many excellent answers to "Coin's per cont. of our ontiro curronoy and out by somo practical illustrations of buy for himself a tut family, twice as measured, and the pretense of tho Financial School" havo boon written, tho paralysis of business would imme- tho advantages of freo silvor. The dear as they aro now. The result that freo coinage would doublo but, heretofore, thero has boon no diately follow. Bunks would bo practical illustrations inot them on nil would bo that all the luxurios and the valuo of all property ia merely a s pamphlet to put into tho raided depositors. sides, nil tho way from tho Bio Grande many of tho necessities, which the by thoir fraud by which they hopo to fool tho hands of tho millions who havo not Croditors would seek to onforco to tho door of tho palace of Prosident wago earner is uow ablo to buy, would dolt peoplo into voting for read "Coin's Finanoial School," but their debts boforo tbo reduction of Diaz. Instead of tho motes boing in bo raised ontiroly out of his reach. lars. who aro interested in tbo curronoy tho standard to tho silver basis. No tho eyes of the sound monoy mon the Tho silvcritos say that wages would bo Sights for n Statesman. Thoy will bo glad to got extension of dobts would bo given to freo silvorites discovered that thero doubled under freo ooinage. disoussion. But in this condeuscd form, not only tho anybody, oxcopt whero payablo iu wero largo planks of errors in their would they? Tho workingmen know, If Billy Bry.m, of Nobraski, thinks I principal objections to "Coin's" book, gold nt increasing rates of iutorest. optic?. They studied the situation that it is only by harl struggles, exthe poople of the South aro in daugor but to tho whole sohomo of froo coin-ag- Long timo dobts aro iu gold. The bravely, confronted their Iossous liko tending ovor long periods, that small of suffering or starvation bocausa tbo at 10 to 1. Tho pamphlet is, in araouut to bo paid on them would not men, took thoir own medioino with- wage advances aro secured. Aro thev coinage of silvor is not free, he ought e fact, a primer of bound curronoy. bo reduced. Indebtedness not to go out aud look at the orop3 in auy out n grimaco and when tho return willing to risk tho certain doubling of Tho pamphlet is well adaptod for iu gold would bo collected at trip was mado rendered thanks that prices for a possible incroaso iu Southern State ho may happen to be geuonil distribution, and merits a wide ouco or tho property owuod by tho they wero returniug to a sound money wages .' in. The great fields of smiling and circulation by tho frionds of honest debtors taken from them. Merchants country. Fifty-twcont dollars, 13c. nodding grain would mako tho boy monoy iu all sections of tho country. would fail, workmon bo idle, farm calico, this little no oot none, 12 Hour, 20c. orator ushumod of himself. Savannah day labor, Teachers and Freo Coinage It is No. 1G of Sound Currency, uud products without n market, and pov- beauties of tho roguuo of freo silver, News. Lest L'loqupucf. can bo obtained by Bonding five cents erty and distress found on all sides. Lawroncovillo News: No class of chuuged tho color of their views until to tho Beform Club, 52 William street, Thoro is a very widespread belief I do not believo that a President thoy wero liberal!' tinged withyollow. people are more deeply interested in v. tV-"S Now York City. would ovor approve such legislation, It is doubtful if a whito monomot-allis- t the currency question than thoso en- that ovon in the South free silvor is gaged in teaching iu tho public suhools. losing ground at this very moment ; olected upon u platform with a Con oanio back from Mexico. SavanHow to Hasten Reluming Prosperity. gress plodgod to pass it. Tho calam- nah (Qn.) Press. Their por diem is llxod by law and will that tho tido has rOachod its highest doubtless roniuiu whero it now is in- and tho flood is now receding. NuTho Florida Citizen (Dam.) bolioves itous effects following such an oleetion definitely, regardless of any ohaugo merous nowspapers that until recently that all Bigns point to tho speedy tri- would briug to thorn tho prayers of l)onyt Want 3Iexic.ui Dollars. have been or lukewarm that may be made in the ourroncy umph of sound money, but still it tho very inon who olectod thorn, apAt prosont they are being paid iu their support of silver hnvo come Speaking of tho proposed organizaurges tho formation of noro sound pealing for tho defeat of suoh legislamoney clubs in the South, Raying: tion. But if such a law should puss it tion of a now secret ordsr in tho in- in sound money, consisting of gold, out for a sound curreuoy aud an or"They will spread right views and would not bo until the later part of terest of froo silver, the Chicago Trib- silver and treasury notes, each having ganized aud successful offort is boing made to resist the efforts of the 16 to equal purchasing and hapten tho time when tho delusion will 1897. Thou n general adjustment to une (Rep.) says: "Strange and as it may seem, initiation fees qualities. Tho free and unlimited 1 forces to turn ovor the solid South disappear. It is particularly tit that the now utaudard would be necessary. to the bulliouairos. This looks as if auch efforts should be made in South- Prices being temporarily reduced on and dues will havo to bo paid in sound coinage of silvar would destroy of tho purchasing power of the Mr. Bryan's undoubted eloquence had ern States. The surest way of hasten- account of tho panic, it would bo money. Mexican dollars, if tondered, ing tho return of complete prosperity somo months boforo the actual effect will nut be taken on tho basis of the meagre compensation they are no it been upont in vain. Tribune, this little ria crikl- - "wbe, ox " ALL. receiving. Neb. ras wat iiouK. is to dispose of tho free coinago folly." could bo told and the real value of 10 to 1 ratio," to 412 grains of silver dotorminod. During this time business would stng-nat- o on nccount of tbo uncertainty as to what was tho roal eiza of tho now mcasnro tho now standard of value. This tronblo wonld moro or less aflfeot busiuoss permanently, becauso tho commercial valuo of silvor bullion has become uncertain ; has coasod to bo stationary, nu account of tho fow countries now using it an standard money, on account of tho uncertainty as to tho volumo of its probablo production. g THE Tho present advocates of free coin-ag- e forgot that at thin gamo of paying dobts by legislation thoro is room in tho gamo for two sides. The Harrods-bur(Ky.) Democrat offers this DOU IX THE MAX0EI1. .A w,,s id slow-goin- g b. intol-ligonc- thorn-eolvo- nt ard-heart- ut - ma-tur- o, to-da- $1,-05- fao-tor- nine-tenth- $72,-000,0- pros-poro- sound-mono- y o e un-abl- s ft m l&m if K to-da- ob-jc- ot to one-ha- lf Mr dear-good- bo-cau- ono-ha- lf high-price- s, o o gold-washe- sil-veri- first-clas- lifty-oon- o pay-nbl- W A J5L al nl i o I eya-ter- para-doxic- al debt-payin- g ono-ha- lf Fre-mo- n, ? A'eJin .., .,. .ftatfa,. . tr0l0mf - draw tho blinds. Tho windows wero think of it," said tho honorablo great POPUL.IU SCIENCE. called French, that is to aunt, "that Jack may bo eaid to havo In tho early summer ho had to take Here's n nowly colood word, BUDGET OF PUN. a trunk to tho houso of Mr. Tompkyns, soy that they opened to tho ground disappeared beforo." And I got it from n. bird In 1839 Bonolli doviscd a method nnd wero windows and doors in one. t a for a fow month "How bo, aunt?" of using electricity in weaving. Tint sings in tno woodland, whero the sum- - They commanded tho terrace. every year. Tho oliargo was fifty centH UU3IOUOUS "Ho was intended for tho church, SKKTCIIKS FIIOM mer sun shines ; A room is ventilated best by openIt was my father's habit every even- but didn't fancy it, Tho living of and Cripps, unable to change a dollar, VAKIOUS SOUltCKS. Ho sings by tho stream ing beforo retiring to htnoko a pipo on Willowslopcura-Studg- o pocketed tho whole, promising to was a family ing tho upper sash of a window, beWhere tho flsher boys dro.im tho terrace, aud as I sat by tho fire living and intondod for him. Wo all causo tho hottest nir is always near tho Not Available None In Stock Ilcnnl bring tho ohango in n day or so. And ho sings in tho meadow waero tho with tho lamp turned down, so as to wished it, but whou sont to Oxford ceiling. A month or bo possod and no Cripps ho twines. ut AVcst Point A Demurrer enjoy tho moonlight, I could seo him did not read, and was plowed with ohango appoared. Mr. Tompkyns, Petroleum, bv a courso of experiat his It runs Jlko this, Matrimonial Amenities walking up and down tho terrace. I examination!! and then, knowing tho man's failings, waited ments mado by tho Prussian GovernWith n warbio nnd a kiss, Hcsiilt of Fits, Ktc. could boo him if I choose ; I actually Beon, dashed away to ashamed to bo ment, has proven a reliable eralo putiontly until hia timo was ovor audi South Africa, Bwecthrartlng, saw his Bhadow. Tho moonlight fell and thero as happened, ho was to return to tho city. Then) steam boilers. in it did well." Swccthoartlng, through tho two long windows on tho "Sweetest Maud, I lovo you dearly, Mr. Tompkyns brought Cripps to bay Ah wo talkod a shadow passed beTho "tartar" on human teeth is Swcethcnrtlng. polished oak floor aud oriental rugs ; foro tho window No. 1 ; a second, This I swear by heaven above, and recovered his monoy. and filled with animalcule, which aro deToll mo, dsrltng, now slncorolv na I eat I saw his nbadow flung on tho it passed beforo Hostnsslt tohls male, Thisactionof Mr. Tompkyns rankled' tho window No. 2; stroyed by viuogar. Can you not return my Ioto?" Vinegar itself floor boforo window No! 1, then a then a minute, nnd in When tho day grows Into, in his soul, and Anally Cripps vented1 reversed order contains insects. conplo of seconds after on tho floor it passed No. 2 and in another moment "Oeorge, my gladness knows no mcasuro his feelings thus: Way down by tho pasturo in tho A prize of 18,000 lires i offerod by To confer this benellt, beforo window No. 2. Then ensued n No. 1. yew j "I tries to bo a gentleman, an' I I return your lovo with pleasure tho Italian Geological Society for tho minnto as ho walked to tho end of tho Ho sings it in tho morn, forgot tho ohango ; an' of Mr. Tompkyns Our hearts stood still. As I havo no use for it I'' was nigh best account of tho stato of knowledgo I terrace, then in roverbo order camo on fainting. A minnto later a stop 'Mid tho corn, Raymond's Monthly. was likowiso one, as everybody says bis Bhadow in tho light of No. 2, and When tho sparklo comes from ho is, ho'd forgot about it too ; 'causo my father's Btcpin tho hall; another of pahcozoic aud mesozoia formation NONE IN BTOCE. then after a momentary interval his minute ho not his Bhadow, ho in in Italy. the dow. that's tho way real gentlemen havo Bhadow obscured tho light from No. 1, tho flesh wns in tho drawing-rooZoologists claim that tho strength And it runs like this, Judge. Dapper Clerk "What can I show with each other. How long this went on I cannot toll. and I in his arms. s of tho lion in tho is only rou. old lady?" With a warbio full o' bliss, sixty-nin- o Presently it stopped. I did not parper cent, oi that of tho Sweetheart lng, Old Lady "A samplo of better How camo it nil about? THE MOST HOHUint.E MOMENT. tiger, and tho strength of tho hiud- - manners I" Hallo. ticularly notice when ; I was thinking Sweethenrtlng, y dcor Ethel," Baid mv father, Wo wero discussing moments of of my prebents. per cent. Hweethoartlng. "to toll you tho truth, I had had limbs sixty-fiv- o torror, and each of us had given Some timo after tho butlor camo in enough of civilization. Tho denth-ratA DSMUiUtKIU in tho ioils in India Boforo I got his most thrilling experience, whon It floats Into tho brcczo and nsKcd if ho should lock up tho too old I thought I'd mako another has rison from 30.10 to HG.91 por "Miss Griggs his heart hod eomo tho nearest to From tho looping willow tree?. house nnd shut tho shutters. JL an- venturo at freo lifo in tho wilds. I'vo thousand during tho past year. In health; isn't abo?"is tho picturo of standing still getting off its lcat, as And ho sines it in tho garden whero tho tint swered "Yes," as my father, I Bftid, been I'vo boon a cow- Sind a mortality of 11 G per thousand wero and it had got to bo Cooper's "Well urn yes. I on tho rosoi had dono his pipo and had eomo in. I boy enjoyed myself famously. When was reached, and at soveral other jails it ia well painted." But I dou't think it turn. Puck. It's bis only stock nnd storo concluded ho had eomo in becauso I Tom was getting on at tho bar, you it ranged from fifty to eighty per 1000. Almy had told of tho timo ho fell! And ho sings it evermore, no longer saw his shadow, nnd I judged about to bo married nnd going to over tho precipice, and was only Bavcd Accidonts to can bo Ho sings it in the morning where tho crystal HKAIID AT WEST rOt.NT. from his invariable habit of alwavs India I did not seo that 1 had any easily provented clutchrlllet flows ; Miss A. "I am awfullv fond of from being dashed to pieces by coming indoors when ho had dono his particular call to keop mo in England. carpet by tho sido by layiug upon tho ing a dandelion which grow on tho of the For it runs liko this, hunting-dogs.- " pipo. I had grown deadly tired of Buburban-vilJ- a bods strips of shcot-motiron, . With n warbio full o' btlsj. Miss II. (a rival) "I suppose, if yon brink, aud Bo won had related how ho Next morniug I camo down to breaklife, of social conventionalities, ziuo or copper so wido and long drank from a bottle, tho gift of n Now Swcethonrtlng, Bick to disgust of English politics; I that whon thoy put thoir foot upon could, you would get a West Pointer." Jersey friend, in tho dark, and for a fast as usual and waited for him. . Swootheartlng, Judge. "Please, miss," said tho housemaid, hoard that a society paper was going them tho coldness felt will wako thorn moment thought that ho had taken Swoetheartln?. "master loft tho lamp burning in tho to send an interviewer to draw mo out thoroughly. nitric acid through mistake. Acer had -- Birmingham MATIUMONIAI, AMENITIES. as tho wealthy diamond man aud so study all night." given a graphic description of tho cold Both tho incident and tho reflected Mrs. Shnrpo "Generally spea- chills which had run over him, und "Did he?" said I. It was unusual; tho fit camo on mo to hook it. rays of tho sun Vanished In The Moonlight. ho was so mothodical in all ho did. hooked it onco boforo and told allel. Wo seo thoaro practically par- king" "I tho Buddou awful faintness when ho reflected image by Mr. Sharpo "Yos, you arc." Tho tea would spoil unless ho camo no one, so I hooked it again and told thoso rays only which went out to dinner iu full dress, aud enter our oyo. Mrs. S. "What?" quickly. I rang for tho butlor. "Will no one. I was ashamed to tell tho Tho other direct rays reflected from discovered as ho entered tho dining-rooBr 8. Mr. S. "Generally speaking." yon call your master? Ho must havo iruth that I was dead sick of civilizathat it was only fi.o'J; and I had tho water's surface do not enter tho Vogue. WAS engaged to bo overslept hiniFelf. Say thero is grilled tion; that I loathed it to tho toes. eye, and hence tho lived over for thoir benefit my exI Btirfacooutsido tho periences of jumping from a locomo in n r r 1 o d. My pnrtridgo and it is getting cold, und Hut I was, so I bolted. reflected nnsurr or rrrs. sold my diamond in Now York. relatively imago of tho sttu appears "I mother had died tho tea will tasto bitter." tive just as it crashed into tho sulo of dark. By the way, I've not mado money this Missionary "What brought you to a swiftly moving train. Presently tho butler returned. whoulwasfiftecn, Tho great South Dakota cavo.in tho this placo, my poor friond?" Cooper had sat silently smoking unBy tho way, nnd ovor sinco her "Please, miss, tho master is not in timo; I'vo lost it. Convict "Fits, sir." til tho Inst, and after his turn had death I had been his room. Ho hoe not boon thero all also, I've had a chap put ovor mo in Black Hills region ia said to bo flfty-tw- o Missionary eomo ho remained for some timo ap"Fits?" mj father's house- night. Tho bed is undisturbed. Tho tho rancli that was my butler hero 1500 miles long and contains nearly rooms, some 200 feet high having Convict "Yos, sir; fits of nbstroc-tiou.- " parently deep in thought. At length onco; wo called him 'tho bandit.' He keeper nnd com-- p hot water not taken in." Thero aro streams, told mo ho'd been accused of haviug been opened. Hallo. lie said: My father had disappeared. ft u i o n. "Gentlemen, I have no My lakes, ono Not a traco of him could wo find. murdered mo and tho accusation had waterfalls, and thirty-sevedoubt that each of you has given, brother, two years NtOHT WOKK. my elder, was at Suddenly, in tho moonlight, ho had hung on him and forcod him to leave of which is an aero in extent. The thoughtlessly, perhaps, what he conHo is not a bad chap ; envo is six thousand feet abovo sea vanished. Tho last I had seen of him old England. tho bar. "Say," said tho ofllco boy, "I think siders his supremo moment of terror, ho advanced mo tho monoy to come level aud four thousand feet below tho tho boss ought to gimmo a Wo occupied a was his shadow on tho drawing-roobut knowing nil of you as I do, tho joys of your homo livon, nnd the trials suburban villa floor on tho previous night. As I con- homo and sent his respects to you, earth's surface. extra this week, but I guoss he won't," of tho head of a family, you will parDr. Able relates a caso in which ho &P'f'fi2 v-- - residence rather sidered, I could not Bay in which direc- Ethel, and asked mo to tell you that ho "What for?" asked tho don mo if I say that 1 think tint superior too villa. tion I had Bcon his shadow pass for tho did not rob and murder and conceal succeeded iu cultivating tho diphtheria I wur. drenmin "For overtime. xt urn a JArgo garden in front and a last timo. I conld not tell within half my corpse." bacillus from a box of wooden bricks about mo work all las' night." Indi- have mado a mistake. Is it posxiblo drive to tho door, nnd a terrace on an hour when I had last seen it. I "Oh, papa, aro you now homo for with which a child of three yoars had anapolis Journal. that uoiio of you havo ovtr been which tho drawing-rooplayed just beforo an attack of dipharoused at two o'clock iu the morniug window could not, indeed, swear that tho good?" opened. Wo liked to regard ourselves shadow I had seen was that of my "Yes, I think so, but can't say. I theria. Tho bricks woro put away, by your wife's solemn statement that WHICH IS A KACT as a out abovo suburban-vill- a thero wero burglars in tho house, and people. father, as I had not looked at him Bhall havo to hook it again Bomo day, and mo succosstui experiment was She "No. don't Wo kept a carriage and a pair and had through tho windbw. but that will bo into another world." mado six months afterwards; there w as aro known to boI rich." prefer nicn who that whilo you woro groping your way . a butler and had a great-aun- t Chicngo Kecord. AH that I could say was that it was nervously across tho room through tho no possibility oi tho bricks having who was Ho "How can that bo?" an honorable, and so I bolievo wo woro his custom, about that timo every been infected in tho iuterval. Sho "They don't spend thoir horrible darknosn to light the gas, you what wo believed ourselves to be. Zebras. night, to walk tho terrace, and that, Sinco 1831, tho durability of thirty-nin- o money as fretily as men who want to havo nono of you over sot your buro My father had been in South Africa. therefore, probably he had walked it foot suddenly on tho baby's littlo holTho rapidity with which tho differdifferent East Indian timbers bo known as rich." Truth. Ho had raado hia fortune in tho low rubbor doll, which whistled when y tno night ho disappeared, and his ent Zebras havo boon exterminated. has beon under test at tho Forest diamond mines and had mado it shadow it probably had been that I owing to the advance of civilization in School in Dehra. Perpendicular posts comprewod?" BOILKD. Bomowhat rapidly, having had the good had seen flung on tho drawing-rooFor a moment thero wns solemn South Africa, is shown by roferencoto were used, placod half uudor ground, First Mythological Character fortune-- to find a number of stones of floor. silence, and then wo guilty wretches, Buch works as that of Sir Cornwallis and ono by ono tho softer aud weakor great size and good wotor. Days, weeks passed, and not a traco Harris, written in 1810, in which the woods disappeared under tho attack "Havon't yon something better than bound together by tho common tio of of tho finest ho had not disposed of my father was found. I had not author tells us that tho qnagga was at of rot and white ants, until aftor a tho sun to offer me?" fatherhood, arose, shook bauds symSecond Mythological Charactor of. Ho kept it as a specitnon, or as a tho smallest doubt as to what had be- that timo found in "interminable timo only threo of tho timbers pathetically with each othor, and took "What's tho mntter with tho sun?" nest egg. It was rather a causo of come of him nor had my brother nor herds," bauds of many hundreds Cooper out aud bought him something. sound. Thoso woro Himalayan First Mythological Character Truth. anxiety to us, as ho carried it about any of tho neighborhood. "Tho banfrequently seen, whilo ho describes cypress, teak and anjan, which had c ,with him in his purse. Ho would not dit" had murdered him and mado away Burcholl's Zebra as congregating in bcon exposed ten, uiue aud so veu years, "Well or you know it's got spots on it." Judge. riruty ot (irlt. tho house. Ho thought it with his body for tho sako of tho dia- herds of eighty or 100, nnd abounding respectively. trust it in safer on his person. So it might have mond. to a great extent ; but now, after tho Asa reporter walked up Chestnut DnTTEllI.NO MATTKia. tbeon had ho not been wont to produce street hut evening a voice was heard. Of courso wo took action tho mo- expiration of but fifty years, tho one Planet Without Water. Tho tenant of tho Socond Flat (hot-ly- ) as well "Ploaso buy a papor," it aid. it after dinner, wero as at other times ment wo wero Buro ho had absolutely species is extinct or practically so, "Thought you assured tho landwhen servants present, and show vanished. Tho polico watched "tho whilo tho other has been driven much Tho reporter stopped nnd looked A volnnio might bo written on the it and expatiate on its beauty and bandit"; they searched tho house, further afield, and its numbers aro vast and awful desolation of tho lunar lord that none of your family played around ; tho voice, so different from the piano!" value. tho cry of the avirogo nowsboy, arwhero they did find somo articles that yearly being reduced. Burfaco ; but unquestionably this Tho tenant of Third This author's description of tho com rested his attention. What ho saw was FWo had a butler whom wo did not had belonged to my father, but which metamorphosis was wrought "They don't piny tho piano. Flat Why, a short, tho liko. Wo called him "tho bandit," tho protested ho had pur- mon Zebra is well worth repeating. whon tho ocoans, whoso dry bods wo from his wild and savage appearance. loined whilo in our service Thero Ho says: "Scoking tho wildest and now designate as maros, retreated to they're all only beginning to learn gentlemanly locking young man, hid faco Buffusod by a blush. His dress was right enough, but he had was a handkerchief that had my fath- most sequestered spot, tho haughty tho interior and literally rent tho plan- how." Chicago Becord. Evidently he was new nt tho business. a forbidding face. er's initials, a tio to which I could troops aro exceedingly difficult to np et with explosions of natural gas aud Tlir. BAMK TH1SO. "No, I nuvor sold papers before," Ho conducted himself harmlessly swear and a breast-pibut I could proach, as well on account of theit steam. orough till on ono occasion ho got not bo Buro that ho had worn thoso watchful habits and oxtremo agility Father "Why aro you at homo bo ho roplicd in answer to an inquiry, and If wo calculato tho cooled crust of early, Harry? and flcotnessof foot as from tho abrupt our earth at fifty mi las in thickness, drunk at a dinner party wo gave. Then when ho disappeared. I suppose you want then ho told his Htory in a manner whjch showed that ho was au intellimy father dismissed him and ho took My father did not dress for dinner and inaccessible naturo of their high and this is perhans nllowimr for more money again?" man. up his residence not far from our house, whon wo wero alone, so that ho may land abodo. Under tho special charge than thero really is, then tho molten "No or not exactly, gent, Harry where thero was a sort of slum inhab- havo worn tho tio and broast pin on of a sentinel, so posted on somo adja interior at an approximate estimate father. But 1 wns thinking of getting "It is a caso of necessity. I havo been ono of tho unfortunates," he ited by persons of no very fixed occu- tho last occasion wo dined together. I cent crag as to command a viow of still has a diameter of 7000 miles. We mnrried." pation. Father" Ah I Well, if tho girl has said ; "but I would do nnythtug to keep ; I had not noticed what ho every avonuc of njiproach, tho check cannot say can imagino what an effect this would My father refused him a character cred herd whom 'painted skins adorn' have on tho earth's contour, or rather money enough it is easier to tako her Hotly and hou! together. At my home, then woro. on North Seventh Btrcet, I havo a wife or, rather, ho said that if ho wero Nothing further to compromiso tho is to bo viowed perambulating some on tho character of its poripuery, if iu than mo I" Hallo. nnd four littlo children, and thoy must called on for a character ho would man was discovered, but that was not rocky ledge, on which tho rillo ball any of tho oueans should in a colossal not starvo even if I suffer in providCOCLDS T UK nMTFTED. state tho truth concerning tho man, wonderful ; four days elapsed sinco tho alono can reach them. No sooner has way eomo in direct contact with this and not give a falso character, as is so disappearance of my father boforo tho tho note of alarm been sounded by tho internal lire. Wo cau turn our largo "Insured, sir?" asked tho agent nB ing for them. I nm a portrait painoften dono out of good nature, in or- polico searched "tho bandit's" lodgings vidette, than, pricking their long oars, telescopos to tho moon and soe, on a ho Tromloy on tho ter, but havo been out of employment for a month or more, and during that der to give a Bervant another chanco. timo enough for him to mako away the wholo flock hurry forward to as- smaller scale, what lias occtired, and st root. It is singular that omployers should bo with tho diamond. What ho had dono certain tho naturo of tho approaching whioh, if wo may deduce conclusions "No, sir," said Tromloy, "wo movo timo havo worked with a pick and a bo littlo considerato for their with iny father's body, whero ho had dnngcr, and, having gazed a moment from analogy, will bo tho ultimato fate Bcr often there itm't a fire that could shovel on tho streets, but, not boing used to tho work, was discharged to na to let them engago ser- secreted it, wo could never find. at tho advancing hunter, whisking of tho earth. overtake us." vants whom thoy know to bo unsatisWo could not imagino how ho had their brindled tails aloft, helter-skelt"Thou," remarked tho agent brisk- raako room for a man accustomed to Y'et, without tho water thero could 1 employment. Yesterday factory and likely to givo trouble. lured my father away from tho terrace away they thunder, down craggy pro not bo a single form of life, for iu both ly, "wo will insure you against tho such scrubbed tho floor of a storo aud "Tho bandit," of course, know that and down a back lane, whero wo con- cipices and over yawning ravines, vegctablo and animal formations this friction." Detroit Freo Press. earned twenty couts. That amount 1 my father corried tho diamond about jectured tho murder had been com- whero no less agile foot could daro to is tho vehiclo iu producinvested in papers, and havo 1.50 towith him. HUH KNEW HOW THEt'ltK MADE. mitted not that wo found evidonco follow thom." tion aud development. Doyoud day. I will keep at this until someOfBurcholl'a Zebra he says: "Fierco, question it is to tho water that all any It was odd that "tho bandit" should thero of a struggle, but that it was tho Tho Young Housewife "You havo thing better turns lifo up. havo settled in tho neighborhood. . only place in tho immediate neighbor- strong, ileot, nnd surpassingly beautiforms must primarily refer thoir ori- somo potatoes, Nora?" "Of courso it in hard work, and My father was, Idarosay, somewhat hood whero a murder could havo been ful, thero is, perhaps, no quadruped gin, and thero is Nora (tho cook) "Ye, mum." a siujjlo known not many a friend of my prosperous days in tho creation, not even excepting the troubled at my engagement. He committed. Young Tho HoiiHowifo "And form that can iiviintain lifo without it. would lose me, as I was going to India mountain Zobra, mora splendidly at- Tho principlo of lifo cannot booperi- - thoro'a plonty of nugar in tho houso?" glances askance at me as ho passes Wo had no moral doubt whatever along tho street; but already I have with my husband, and, as I havo said. that "tho bandit" had murdered my tired or presenting n picture of more tivo except it bo Nora "Yes, mum." in organic grown accustomed to that, and hardly I was his companion and housokeeper iatner and nad murdered him in tho singularly attractivo beauty." Zebras Noither brain, nerves nor moisture. Tho Young Housewife "Well, thou, cipilary after my father's death. But my back lano I mention ; that ho had mado aro by no means amiable animals, and tubes aro capable of manifesting the let us havo a dish of sweet potatoes at notice them now." That man has many moro times the father was not a man of domonstra-tivenes- s him insonsiblo by means of chloroform though many of tho stories told oi vital principlo iu a dry condition. dinner." Chicago Kecord. amount of grit in his mako-uthan and ho mado no show of boforo dispatching him and that my their ferocity aro doubtless much ox Henco noaossarily most men aro credited with. Philapreatly concerning himself at my loss. poor father's body was secreted aggeratod, thoy havo so far not proved a deod a waterless world is water that o TOO MUCH OP A GOOD THING, world. It is tho delphia North American. Ho took tho prospect more coolly than themselves amenable to domestication. near our villa. molds tho sphere, gives it iti couto'tr, "Well," said tho wife, throwing Saturday Roviow. I perhaps liked. Nevertheless, it was not possiblo to is the animating vehicle, sustains its horsolf into a chair, "this has bcon a The Fnhlnn Policy. My father belonged to a good fam- bring tho murder homo to tho man life, aud also rends it in tho tliries of day, indeed 1" Tho polioy of wearing out thoonomy ily. Tho honorablo great-aun- t Old Clock on tho Stairs. Tho was and when ho disappeared shortly after dissolution. Pittsburg Dispatch. "Whero havo you been?" asked tho Iu war by dolays, misleading moveIiis aunt, not my mother's. Ho had wo wero all morallv certain that ho Ernest Longfellow, a son of the husband. ments, foints boon intended for tho church and a had gono away to enjoy tho profits of great jioot, has a token of romonv attacks, "I seem to havo been every whero. avoiding open ofbattle, is etc., whilo family living, but had preferred going tho salo of tho diumoud, cut, may bo, branco of his father nt his homo in called tho Pollto In tho Produce ol Dentil. wont out hours and hours ago to "Fabian I to South Africa, and eventually, into two or three, bo as to render it policy," from tho following Magnolia which money cannot buy. After the repulse of tho rabel atiak match.a ribbon, and nowhero can I circumstance : Faluns Maximus was a through tho death of an uncle, eomo of identification. It is nothing moro or less than "The on tho Shah Nujeof, at Luknow, oiu find tho samo shado." monoy camo to him, which, in addiltoman general in second l'uiiio After awhilo eight months I mar Old Clock on tho Stairs" mado famoue Pandy counterfeited death with great 'You dou't Hcem much put out about war. Having boon tho tion to what ho had mado in tho appointed just after d ried and went to India. My brother by his father. all of a sudden spraug to it." skill, then tho Boman army had Buflbrod severe fields, enabled him to retire and Jet tho house, as ho was unmarried. The clock was formerly owned by his and ran liko a doer. Ho was "Put out? I should think not. defeat at Lnko Thrasymone, ho perlivo up to tho honorablo aunt I mean Five years after I returned from Thomas Gold Appleton, and at Ida still feet within easy range, aud soveral Why, tho winter styles aro all on ceived that his dishcartoned troops heap a carriage nnd pair and a butler India with a couplo of children, whom death tho heirs, of which ono was Capand it's a perfect picuio to und band of raw rifles vero lovelcd r.t him ; but Sor- and havo n houso a cut abovo a villa. tho climato of India did not suit. As tain Nathan Appleton, thinking the could not ut Findloy, who was on the ram-- p bo going from storo to storo. Indeed, opposa successfullyrecruits n trained army In a couple of mouths I was to bo tho houso was then unlet I took it off clock waa of particular valuo to Mr. .rt -- aud himself ono of tho best shots it's almost too much for me. If I flushed with victory aud led by their married. my brother, although associated with Ernest Longfellow on account of his "Don't should bo a wook in matching that groat oommandor Hannibal. Ho thcro-for- o Ono ovdning I sat up Into thinking, such painful recollections. Tho hon- father's connection with tho' ancient in tho aervico called out: fire, men I Givo tho poor fellow u ribbon I'm afraid, John, tho exciteavoiuod pitched battlo, moved hia over tho fire. Tho season was October, orablo great-aun- t camo to pay mo a timepiece, donated it to tho son of tho of tho air was a littlo chilly but not cold, visit and mako tho acquaintance of her poet, so that it now adorns a nook in chanco I" Instead to a volloy of bul- ment will kill mo." Now York Press. camp from highland to highland, aud speod him on lets, ho got a cheer tirod out tho enomy with marches and so a fire was desirable but not nece- great-grenophew and nicco, tho lat- tho stairs of his houso at Magnolia. aENTLEMAJfLY As eocn ns ho heard it, he ETHICS. his way. Tho blinds and curtains wero ter of whom was called after her. ssary. countermarches. This ho continued Boston Herald. realized his position, halted, turned In a Massachusetts town thero lives until thwartod in his calculations by ,not drawn, at my desire, ns tho hunt-er'Ono moonlit ovoniug, after tho chilround and, putting up both his hamle, a man whoso duties aro thoso of com- tho impationco of tho Boman senate. moon was shining and was nearly dren had been sont to bed, wo wero Great Britain and her colonics havo with tho palms together, in of mon carrier whon occasion requires. Chicago Horald. .full, and I am at all times fond of Bitting together in tho drawing-room- , 27,906 ships of all kinds ; France has hia faco, salaamed profoundly frout aud then Cripps, as ho may bo callod, is not moonlight. When one is in love one whon wo began to- talk of my poor 15,278; Germany, 2635; Ruesia, 4406; walkod slowly away, whilo tho nigh-lan- d overscrupulous in business, but holds Arizona is fifth in silvor, eighth in So I had told tho father. eimply adores it. Italy, 6810; United States, 22,623 Boldiors on tho ramparts waved to tho boliof that his actions aro always sheep and livo stock and ninth in gold ervant not to closo tho shutters and "It is rather odd, whon you eomo to tho world, 107,137. their feather bonnets and cluppod theit thoso of a gentleman. product. hands. Argonaut. Biich as aro cottago-residenmus-endipro-venter SWEETH EAIVTINO. A col-lik- o moss-covere- d tn9sul-covere- d dnisy-cradl- m fore-limb- bu-pro- o cattle-ranchin- g; slcop-walkc- rs sleep-walker- s' Agc-ncral- d. m BAItlNG-COOL- n m half-bon- o book-keepe- r. m Kim-berle- m cd bo-in- g ox-butl- er d, well-dresse- n, well-educate- d coat-button- brothor-employe- rs ci p somo-whor- dia-i.iou- at rt - I jT4'fy- riff fit JaiMI ri..i...'lJijm.i i.ff.LxiU.1., ,' j'. lh SrM '. . 't.J. wmnmaiM 4 1 Our citizens ought to take more interest in tho institute and give the teachers , Interior Journal i i Silvihvyauk at Dunks', tho Jeweler. aid and comfort by their presence. It James Frye, the Hustonville mer- will be mutually beneficial. An electropolse for sale, Apply at this chant, continues to sell the best goods at 3tanford. Kr., - August C, 1H9& olllce. J. C. Steeley, of Williamsburg, made the lowest prices. quite a taking speech in the interest cf Uockeb, cash druKRists. Ev Ohaio Dr. Bender, the painless dentist, ia at the Southern School Journal, but the E. C. Walton, Business Manager erytbinx k cheap. the Myers House. See him if your teachers all prefer the Interior JourrT nal. Squirts W. L. Dawson went coon hunt teeth need looking after. Deckblmann is unsurpassed aa a DEALER IN- CHURCH AFFAIRS. The tag Friday uiht and broke tho record by Owinu to counter attractions, the orof watches and jewelry. The catching six in lees than a hour. work is done null and promptly. postpone chestra boys have decided to Rev. II. R. Mills will preach at Mt. Btock of watches, novelties and jewelry Look at This. Wo will Bhoe horses all their hop, tired for next Thurday night. Xenijjin Sunday at 3.30 r. m. you is he will tako pleasure in showing Rev. George O. Barnes is now holdcomplete, well selected and at very low round for 80 cents cash. Satisfaction to $2.50. Belt Shirt waist sets prices. At Penny'w Drug Store. guaranteed. M. S. & J. W. Biugh-tna- buckles, sterling silver fl.Uo. New nov ing a meeting at Olympia Springs. Rev. E H. Pierce, the new presiden elties till you can't rest at Danks, the PERSONAL POINTS. of Kentucky Wesleyan College at Win-ch- f of useful informaton leading jeweler. Call and see. A vast amount eter, preached twice at the Methodist MisjSadik LiLLAHula visiting friends on the currency and other matters will Si'EAKiNd. Hon. K. 0. Warren will church Sunday to interested congregain Mt. Sterling. bo found on the extra pages that appear Monday next tions. speak at the Mk. and Mrs. W. 11. Pinny are spend- with this issue. The highest grade of goods at lowest prices. R E HugheB has an interesting at 1 o'clock upon the isauea of the caming the week at Liberty. on Rev. George O. Barnes in Sun EST AGENT FOa THE COLUMBIA MiBa Mollis Wiikiiit has returned to In remitting fot his paper, Mr. 0. K. paign. Mr. Warren ia a Bound money STEEL wtntvmtt.t. -- , with pictures of Crow, of Atlanta, says: The gold stand-ar- d man. stands souarelv upon the demo day's Courier-JournLlustonville. her homo at Miss Girtkudk Grady, of Columbia, sentiment in Georgia is growing cratic platform aud believes that those him and Miss Marie and scenes on Sani-b- el Island. stronger as the days go by and tny obser- who can't ought to be rebaptizjd in the is visiting Mrs. 0. A. Cox. The News says that Rev. Henry Mrs. PktkrSthauii, Sh., and Mrs. B. vation tettches me to believe this senti- faith. B. King are visiting friends .at Livings- ment will triumph in our next National Thieves Again. Mr. J. M. Hairs Miller, pastor of the Middlesboro Pres contest. smoke-houton. was broken into Thursday byterian church, has gone to Chicago to Mh. Thomas M. Scott, of Somerset, meat waa banging up eo take a special course iu Hebrew at the Sam Emiiry. Jr., won the boys' bicycle night, but the bis been visiting his brother, Mr. E. D. not see it. They University there. race at the Danvillo fair and Jamea Sauf-le- high the scamps did During the State convention to be 8;ott. helped themselves to a barrel of Hour, came third in a similar race at the Mas. U. M. Hose and Miss JcbsIo Hone, got held at the Christian church here week Buyjthem now. however, and at the spring-hous- e We have a large stock of Canton Flannels bonght Saturday. When it ot Little Hock, Ark., are visiting Mrs. W. Nicholasville meet several pounds of butter. Entrance wbb after next the ladies of the Christian much lower than their present value, which we are comes to riding bicycles its mighty hard ottering very P. Tate. ellected by breaking tho lock. Mr. Hail church will serve dinner at Walton's to down the Stanford boys. low. Mabtir Earl Courrrf, of Greensburg, authorizes us to Bay that hb will give Opera House for the delegates and visiis visiting bis mother, Mrs. A. A. colored base ball team of this (100 for the arrest and couviction of the tors. Rev. S. M. Logon's The discourse Sunday place went to Somerset and got bested 24 thieves. morning on "He came to his own and Curd Giiison and chil- to 18 in the first game and 31 to 2 in (ho Mrk. Mattik Fire. The large tobacco and stock hia own received him not." waa unusualdren, of Williamsburg, are visiting Mrs. second. The Interior Journal attache, barn of Win. Glass, of Beuna Vista, was ly good and was enjoyed by a good auS. J. Embry. Joseph Ohenault, who went down, tells burned Sunday morning at an early dience. A featuro ot the services was a Miss Eva Buchanan was on Saturday's us that the rough element of the white hour, with four head of stock, two stal- sweet solo by Mrs. A. G. Huffman. We will open the last of this week 20 pieces all wool Black Dress train returning fiom a visit to friends in people, together with a umlions, n ick which had been Bold and a Eld. McGarvey denies that he has Goods. You should see them. Lexington. pire took tho games from the Stanford young mare, all insured for 1500; also said anything upon the subject of bapMiss Anna McKinney spent several nine. 700 Imitiela of wheat, 8,000 bundles of tism "diflerent from my life long teachdays with her uncle, Mr. J. A. Givenr, of hay and all the farming ing or diflerent from the teaching comu Bin Bariiicue. The democrats of Crab oats, lot in the West End. utensils. It is thought to have been the mon to my brethren." It was charged Miu. A. A. Wariikn and Miss Virginia Orchard and vicinity are going to give work of an incendiary. The barn was that he said a man cou.d be saved witn- Dave been visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. L. a grand barbeque Friday, Aug. Oth, and only partially insured. out baptism. feed 10,000 peoare going to prepare to Crow in Jessamine. Spot Cash is the only way to do business. You can save We have received from Mr. G. R. That ple. Beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. and elocutionary contest between young An lion. II. G. Trimble, of Somerset, Iirb Keller a complimentary ticket to the money and that is what you want to do. Come and let us show announced his candidacy for tho Senate lasting until 4 r. it., there will bo speak- ladies of Danville, Lancaster and Stan- Deering Camp Meeting, which will be ing by Messrs. McCreary, Hardin. Breck- ford has been arranged by MessrB. S. W. held Aug. entitling the holder to you. in 17th district. Misses Owsley will entertain at inridge, North and others. After that Menefee and E. H. Beazley to occur at privileges of collate and fable. Aa usuThk give rates from here their country home, Walnut Flat, Wed- there will bo horse and bicycle racep, Walton'a Opera House, Friday night, al the K. C. will two Sundays during and the basu ball, Ac, with two brass bands to Aug. 10. There aro six entries as fol- run specials the nesday evening. meeting. make melody. The Hoyal Tailors, of lows: Misses Nellie Ware McGoodwin Mimes Alick Bauuhman and Mary Rev. Dr. A. C. Davidson, president Dunn are up from Danville to visit Mrs-J- . Chicago, who are represented in this and Elizabeth Fleece Bosley, Danville; of Georgetown Colleee, preached two section by Mr. H. L. Edmiston will give Alberta Anderson and Mary Griilin, Lan- excellent sermons at the Baptist church W. Bjughman. suit to the winner of pony caster; Lucile Menefee and Ethyl Beaz- here Sunday morning and night to large Mits. E. T. Pinck and Miss Jennie a tailor-mad- e congregations. He waa very complirace. Everybody is invited, the ladies ley, Stanford. The prize will bo a gold mentary of the choir. At night the Pence aro attending the holiness camp especially, for whom a special table will watch to first and handsomely bound Presbyterian congregation accepted an meeting at Wilmore. invitation to attend the services. S. B. Swinnih, of Hamil be set. With oratory, music and bur- - volumes of Dickens' entire works to secPhuidbnt J. ton College, was here yesterday in the gout on tap and races and other sports ond best performer. Deckelmann'a orNKW ADVKBT1SKJCK.VW. to make things lively, the day promises chestra will furnish the music. Admis- interest of that institution. Mr. J. 0. Stkilky, of Williamsburg, to be one of good old democratic rejoic- sion 23, 35 and 50 cents. is the guest of Mr. E. W. Cain, while at- ing long to be remembered. The Lincoln County Teachers' Institending the teachers' institute Tub Eagle, in commenting on the fact tute waa opened at 10 a. M. yesterday We make all kinds of concessions. In Clothing we are now giving-yoThe firm of Dri. I'ettui .V Walls, Crab Orchard, Mkbrs. W. P.Tati, W. L. "Withers, that Col. James Maret has rounded out by with prayer by Prof. N. W. Hughes. Af- bai been ditiolved be mutual comenl. Proper $12 Suits for $7.50; S10.50 and$i5 Suits for Sio; 518 and' Sio, notice or who will Jesse D. Wearen and the Intkhior Jour 18 years of continuous service aa depot authorired to collect acter tinging, the superintendent, Miss count will be given inthu paper A committee S20 Suits for pilgrim are at Liberty court. 15. nal agent at Mt. Vernon, says "that be will Kate Blain, extended a hearty welcome conmtinc of County Judge, Attorney and Clerk have appointed Dr. J D 1'ettut to do Ue Misa Catherine Bauoiiman, ot the not allow himself to be promoted for he and pauper practice till Oct 1st. to the teachers and introduced Prof. S West End, took the train here Saturday wouldn't leave here if by so doing he E. Lumley, who Is to conduct the Instito visit Mrs. C S. Nil Id at Grays. could step iuto Prea. M. H.Mnith'a shoes tute, and he gave quite an instructive Mrs. Isaac Nigh, Misa Julia Cook and and receive all his salary and all bis hon- an interesting talk. Election of secretaFrank Ward, of Bluefleld, W. V.,aie ors." Well, every man to his taste. Mt. ries beine next in order. E. B. Ritch e Crab Orchard, Ky. We are giving you 3.00 and 3.50 suits for 2.50; 4.00 and 4.50 suits for visiting Capt. and Mrs. Win. Greer. Vernon may be as good placu as any at was elected secretary and Miss Georgia Mra. Dr. Mrs. Lottie Holmes, Mrs. T. A. Coul- which to die, but to live there IS yearsf Lewis, assistant secretary. 3.00; 5.00 and 6.00 suits for 4 00. Select, Private, High Grade, Thorter and Miss Alice Holmes went over to with Editor Smith a'galavanting around Fain, Miss Mary Thompson, Prof. Lutr-le- y ough, Practical, Progressive. please excuse us. Badinage aside, howand Mr. J. M. Acton were appointed the Wilmore camp meeting Saturday. ever, tho little mouutaiu hamlet is a very committee on program. The Institute Will Littlk Miss Sodie Alcorn celebrated -:- enter upon the second year's her 12th brithday by giving a party to delightful place, and come to think of it, was next given an interesting talk by work Sept. 2, and will close afProf. Cherry, of the Bowling Green Norher little friends from I to 7 Saturday ev- E litor Smith Is not such a bid fellow May 30, 1S96. ter all. We like the old man, indeed we mal School. ening. We are giving you 1.00, 1.25 and 1.50 Shirts for 89c. Garner PerTho enrollment of teachers showed the For terms of admission apply to Mh. J. E. Cauteii, n Yosemite mer- do, and Jim Maret might go further and cales and Madras for $1. chant and a good patron of this paper, fare worse. Leastwise we do not want following to be present. The number of Dr. Jxo. S. Stapp, Pres. was here yesterday en route to Marets-bur- g him to move. Ho is one of the best cor their districts is also given: Crab Orchard, Ky. 45 respondents tho Interior Journal ever 1, O. H. Holmes, Mips Jennie West. 2, to load lumber. Tr7 'jm Logan Hufhee, 3, Wolter Carter, 5, Mifs CouT. P. Hill wns telegraphed for to had and hero's hoping ho may live ft. V and that Smith may never die. Loulio Owslov. 0. Mrs. Ada Craig and come to Columbia and deliver a memor 7, Miss Helen ThurMisa Annie Dunn, ial address at 10 o'clock Sunday over tl o ONCol. Hill relates a characteristic story body of Gen. Wolford, but could not of Gen. Wolford. While practicing law at mond, 8. Miss Bertio Enoch, 9, Mies 7, 8 9 z895 We are giving you Imported French Balbriggan, formerly 2.00 per Wright, 10, Miss Mary Thompson, 11, reach there in time. He will attend the Liberty tho general was engaged to deWill be The suit, for 1.50; regular 1.00 per suit for 85c. bar meeting, however, and deliver a eu- fend a man for slapping his wife, lie O. K. McClure, 12, Miss Mary Kay, 14, Banner Fair & Trotting Meeting logy of the man he hold in such lofty es- was a man of good standing, but in a W. R. Swearingin, 15, G. W. Curtis, 10, Ot the year. All arc invited to Attecd. Misses Kate Bogle aud Florence Bibb, teem. moment of passion had so far forgotten 17, MrB. Lucy Reynolds, 19, Miss Mag: Col. and Mrs. T. P. Hill, and Mr. himself ns to do an act that he bitterly 4 A : and Mrs W. M. Lnckev, of Stanford, regretted immediately. The wife had gie Sarcey, 21, Garland Singleton, 22, Will be run from Crab Orchard and intermediate who have been at Hussell Springs Hever-- Boyerul brothers, dangerous men, and X. W. Hughes, 23, Miss Winnie Condor, stations. leaving Crab8 Orchard at 8 a in., Shelby ;, Stanford 829, for boys now 50c. 15, Kowland days, spoilt Tuesday with tho family they were very much incensed. Owing 25, E. B. Ritchio, 20, J. M. Acton, 2S, City 8 4t, Junction City s 55, arriving at Lebanon Fast colors, 35c and 50c, now 25c. Odd Pants 29, Miss Mattie Sacray, at tc os. and returning alter the fair One fare of J. E. Hya Jamestown Tribune. to the high character of tho parties to Mrs. Jas. Green, lor rounu trip. For programs, etc , address, They found tho place so damp from con- the suit, a great crowd assembled to hear 31. Misa Minnio Kates, 32, H. S. Young, T HORACE CLELAND, l'res 33, Mies Ella Wright, 30, J. T. Roberta, much tinued rains that they returned tho examining trial, which waa held at 37, Grant North, 3S, Laura Condor, 30, sooner than they expected. y an out-o- f crota roads by two Misa Pearl Phillips, 40, Mrs. Eliza magistrates, whose knowledge of law wus 41, Mrs. Mollie Frye, 42, Misa LizCITY AND VICINITY. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. not remarkably extensive. The witness, zie Pettue, 43 T. H. Singleton, 45. Misa 1). at Danks. es were examined, and a rather bad caeo A Haukih, Plaintiff, vs. I. N. Johnson, Deft. Watches cheaper then ever Julia Stagg, 47, Miss Luln Rifle, 49, Miss Notice ot Sale, mado out against the defendant. Gen. M. Kate Hays, 50, Lucien Bastin, 52, L. Go to Craiu A Hockur'fl Cash Store for Pursuant to a judgment and order of sale at the Our Loss is your Gain. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. got up to make his argument Wolford styled 1895, of this Lewia, 53, Misa Lulie Hicks, 54, Misa Jun term, undersigned court In the above on books and tchool supplies. commissioner will action, the and warming up to his great desiro to Maybello Fayne, 55, "William n, Hats of all Bhapes, colore, sizes, quail, reunite tho unfortunate couple, he mado 57, Misa Georgia Mercer, 6S, Misa MONDAY, AUG. 12. I895, a speech which brought tears to the eyea ties and prices at Shanks'. door in the town ol Stan Virgie White, 59, Miss Mary Carter, 00, Before the not only of the wife, but hundreds of hia ford, Ky , between the hours ol 9 a m. and 4 p. and auditors. When he sat down, Col. Silas Geo. R. Tubbs, 01, Misa Anna Gooch, m.. sell at public outcry to the highest and best For bargains in drugs, medicines eundrieago to Craig & Hocker'a Cash AdamB, who was county attorney, arose 02, Misa Lou Moore, 04, Mies Mavme bidder the following described real property ' Wright, Co, Miss Ethyl Wright, 00, Scott A. Tract of Land in Lincoln Co., House. to close for tho Commonwealth. "You Anderson. Misses Nora and Lillian bounded as Ky Have you tried us for spectacles? If can't epeak in this case, Col. Adams," Philips, Misa Cettie Thurmond, Miea stone andthe county roadfollows Ilegmning at a leading Irom Highland in '' We gauranteo a fit or no said the general, and proceeded to argue Maggie Lewis. to McKlnney, thence will sSmo S. joM. W. 30 not, why not poles to a stone in same, S. 31, W. 40 poles to a as the warrant to tho magistrates that pay. Danke, the Optician. to stone In same, The report of the committee on pro- stone in same, S a8, W. 61 poles same i poles to a stone in N. 8SH, W waa in the name of the Commonwealth, W. gram reported as follows for the after- S 84, 1490 poles, links to 4 stone in same, thence IS. to, 7! Tun tax bookB for 1803 are now ready. its regular attorney, and not the county noon: W. 39 poles, is links to a sugar tree on aide ot Plpnnn Buttle as noon as convenient and attorney, was the only man who had the .6, W. a) poles to an ash and dogwood on School Management Topic Number 1, same, S S to. K. 174 piles to two chestnuts, two hillside, Newland, aherill. oblige T. D. right to apeak for it. Tho court retired, Grant North; No. 2, "W. R. Swearingin; dogwoods and two gums, S 34, W 17 poles to a S. 4, W 91 poles to two ' a small oak on a hlllude. consulted together and returning an No. 4, Lucien black oaks and one white oak on a point. S. 81, E. The members of tho democratic com nounced that they coincided with the No. 3, Garland Singleton; N. 174 poles to sweet gum near a C. K. McClure; No. 0, N, 63 poles to a alinn stump, N j E branch. to a 6, E. poplar 7 poles mittee are requested to meet at the court general and would decline to hear Col, Lewie; No. 5, N. S3, E. 30 poles to a white oak on a hillstump. house Mondav. Aug. 12, at 2 o'clock r. m. Adams. They also discharged the de W. Hughes. side, N. 39, K. 75 poles to a fallen ash and beech Arithmetic 1st and 2d grade work, stump, thence b. 63, E. 35 poles to an ash and tn transact important business. L. L. fendant, whose wife came and threw her K. 78 poles to a poplar .North of a N. Misa Mary Kay. 2, How to teach the chestnut, ia,at. 84 polos 10 an eim norm 01 a c. hollow, N. Dawson, chairman. - - arms around him, the brothers shook child to recognizo a group of objects, Miss hollow, N. 19. E. o poles to a white oak on hill- Fitted by Latest Scientific Methods. side. N iaVT. W. ss poles to a beech and poplar Dh. Bender's ofllce at tho Myers hands with him and there waa a general Georgia Lewis. 3, Fractions, Wm. Baa-ti- n. near a lagoon, N. it, E. 93 poles to two beeches and a black oak near a branch, N. 81W. W, 13 House was crowded yesterday with peo- reconciliation all around. Asked after 4, Compound Numbers, Scott Anpoles. 13 links to a beech at the mouth of a holadvantage of IjIb painless wards by lawyers what he meant by ad- derson. 5, Percentage, Tilden Slngle- - low, S. 37. W. 50 to a beech in a nollow, S. 58,, ple to take W. 19 poles to a black oak and chestnut on a vancing Buch a preposterous proposition. dentistry and all were delighted. ridge, N 40, W. 41 poles to a black walnut, N. 74, an Interested at- W. 7 poles to the beginning, containing $46 acres Gen. Wolford said, "I saw that trouble Dr. G. A. Traylor waa be is hero only for ono week. of land. was brooding and that if Col. Adams "was tendant. the We have Specialist. The said tract of land will be sold to of pretty girls lltn debt of the plaintiff for the sum of 607.50 with any number The ladles of McKendree church will allowed to speak and further fire the Thoro are and a few good looking 6 per cent, interest from Feb. 13. 1893, until paid which with interest to Aug la, 1893 amounts to give a supper for the benefit of the hearts of the brothers and other sympa- in attendance the sum of tiS.6o and cost of this suit, $60 estima- spacious dining hall of thizers, that blood would flow, so I de men. church in the TERMS OF SALE -- Credit of 6 months; the prevent it at all hazards and Misa Georgia Lewis la organist, but she Mra. 6. M. Spoonamoro on Friday even- termined to purchaser giving bond with approved personal sewill be the result waa most satisfactory, every, baan't got her choir well to work yet. curity and payable to the plaintiff, bearing interting, the 23d Inst. A full meal the force and will be a feature when she est from the day ot sale and having WARREN, R. C. effect of a Judgment. served at the low price of 35c. Every- body went away happy and a disrupted The mualo Master Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court. 43 family was reunited." does. body iB invited to attend. Semi-Week- ly A world of hats at W. II. Shanks'. ( Mason fruit Jars, applo parera and der mills at W. H. Wearen fc Co'b. el- Farm Yard -t- C jk MilHiiiiiti -- A. C SINE, Stanford, Ky., rer n. 3i court-hou- se n-tlc- le Mi SASH, DOORS,BLINDS Metal Roofing, Rough, and Dressed Lumber Lath, Shingles, Etc, al, se y Canton Flannels Mc-Klnn- ey. m 1 BLACK GOODS REMEMBER one-side- d " m 16-2- 0, SEVERANCE & SON. PREMIUMS! to Every Offered One. DISSOLUTION". u poor-hou- se COLLEGE HOME. CHILDREN'S SUITS! FURNISHING T i im w GOODS. for-ov- er m m The Lebanon -- Fair, Uf ied c iswar up 3L3L isum. J1L Ef-ll- e Aujjnst and -' SPECIAL TRAIN ! CHILDREN'S SHIRT WAISTS nl May-oc- d8 the-wa- Bal-lar- d, We Must Make Room For Commissioner's Sale. Winter Goods. Court-hous- e Bos-ti- CME1 IK AMILT MB lt BAlMAIim JET THE GLOBE Strictly One Price Clothing House J. L. Frohman & Co., Prors., Kentucky. Danville, SPECTACLES ! For .' Diseased '. Eyes, AND OPTICIAN. DANKS, THE JEWELER, o SEMI-WEEKLY IXT. IMJL For THE TICKET. For Governor, j P.WAT HARDIN, of Metcer. A brute has been sentenced to dentil t Georgetown. Texas, for criminal inti-- I dauahter. rnacy with his 13 year-old A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, THE BASTIN HOUSE, DB. a77. B. PE1T1T2". Publlabod Every Tuesday and Friday Lieutenant-Governo- r, $2 PKU YKAR IX ADVANCE ? -- AT R. T. TYLe.n, of Fulton. For Treasurer, K. C. FORD, of Clay. For Auditor, L. C. NORM AN of Boone, Ifflffl . Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Tialnr, night and day. Patrons tak en to any part 01 town Free of Charge. Good When not so pi. J a.60 will be charged.-- K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. In means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected. Don't play with Nature's greatest gift health. j ou are f Celine out of sorts, weak 11 Stanford. Kv. Office over McRoberls' ,.lr Building VOU ARK OOINO Prup Store in the Owsley day. Lively Attached, m Fare cf Hotel $100 per A. II. BASTIN, Prop. DcntlHt, : Stanford, : Ky. Opposite the Post-OIfi- Trains lea" arriving at ... ;:l J, " am nil 3 p. ra. 4i P L.&N. " "" 9'" P-- " For Register of the Land Office, G. B. SWANUO, of Wolfe W. LOCAL TIME CARD. is 3 No. si. Ma No.-- I, Kn. .j. Train coin North " " " ... South 1104 pm t IS P 7 5 pm m J. For Attorney Centra', HENDRICK, f Fleming m For Secretar5 of -- late, HENUY S HALE, of Grates. For SupL of Pub ic Inltructltn, EO POUTER THOMPSON, of Owen. Tar Commissi) ncr sr Agriculture, ION B. XALL.of Louisville QUEEN & CRESCENT. Poor Health and can't WORTHTHK... WEST, or ,., Nashville, Tenn., College for Toung ladies, Office on Main Street, Rov.'.Geo. W. F. Price, D. D., Pros., Mrs. S. 0. Trucheart, Formerly of Stanford, Ky., Lady PrinLouiivillc 4 Nacmvii all the I can get 1 II..., U UO. for cash or In Itailjt hides l..ik..nH . l.r , .w. w'l vwuivusia ai.0. Slanlord oral mv nam " In " has, Knnslin, Tanner ' 1lm. HinF Jwlllk .,.. ii.. W. S. Alty at Law Hurch, M. ;Dcputy Sherlfl Newlin.l, h w Mo. . Trains pais Junction Citjr a follows 1 South it 48 a m No North 3 it fl. R. cipal. Three Buildings: room far seo lardcr. Pncultv of 40 Officers, Tcuchers and Lvcturrrs. Patronage Irom entire rviuth. Privileges in Vanderbilt Mumc Conservatory Attslndlu. Gymnasium. Fine Passenger F.levators. lerm begins bcpl,i,iSf$. Send far Catalogue. ai.jm Burob. & ITowlaad, Co., Conoral Collectors, Stanford, Lincoln Kentucky VVeafTercur serslcis to the public to do a gsn eral Cetleetiug Buslneos. Aceouuis, notes, etc collected in nil parts ol the county. 1, (m ,... is .d m , y Notk. No. J and 6 ami o andS 10 run ther than Junction City, nor on inday. ? ' . . 11 S injm a m " 4 " ' 6 " "10 " ...3 3? p m ...t.35 p m ...3.15 a m ...6 Is the liee for you, as Us mm lur 110 For Railroad Commissioner, GEO. II. ALEXANDER, of Louisville. For Representative, M. F. NORTH Double Daily TrnltiH Make close connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLI). BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any Information acquire of JOES. HICK, Acent Stanford, Ky Hnnl Time Bliop. In Teift. er string POWDER Absolutely Pure. 1 A cream of tarter baking pow der. Highest of all in leavening think!" Indianapolis Journal. Too Previous. strength. fLatest United States Ilusband This cako is very good, Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 Wall Street, New York. Into Moso Sehaumburg's pawn-brokThero was nobody In tho Bbop except Mose. Stranper The pcoplo hero must bo well off; you don't seem to do much business. Mose No, you vas away off. Do rea son nobody comes hero no moro ish dcy has nodding moro ter soak, don't ycr seel Texas Slftlnjrs. Tho Statesman's 'Wife. "Pfwat," asked Mrs, Grogan, severely, "kep" yee so late th nifrht?" "01 wuz down at Ilarrlgan's barroom dlscoosln' questions nv tho coinnpc oldeas, 01 may say, Grogan, on free silver." "And fwin yez pot t'rouph ye had tho oldeas and llarrigan had th' silver. It Is a foino statesman yo arc, 01 don't Mis-thre- ss J Brown's ' I and generally exI haustcd. nervous .,. "W. S. BTJH.CH, Attornoy nt Law, Dohora Your Cattlo. lillgotoany place whers there are tnstecatile to . ehorn. 1 do the work withslacr l.ightnlig Dhoruer Cau dehorn any cow the In th.ee seconds. 1 he knife makes a clean, smooth cut, iie snot crush nor break the horn, ai the clipper does. n til a.ftktll work, Stanford, - Kentucky. J pe-cau- se Iron Bitters uyspcpsia, Neuralgia, Constipation, malaria, ir vTuuicii Uetk, ami pleasant to take. nvn't itain ycur Ing the most reliable strengthening mcillclne.whichls Hrovtu'e Iron Bitters. A few bot-ticure benefit comes from the ery first dose it Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Franlcfort and quickest between Shortest Ask tor OTicton Lancaster Street, oppoiitc the Court House. Collections receive especial attention 86 SPRING AND SUMMER. Only Duect Lite Between Ills the only humane way lode-horDoe not punish the animal like the saw, and the wound gels well as quick again as that made by the saw ror furtner Isf.ntiation, call A.lIKVrON.htanford, Ky. "o bee the Lighting Pruning Hook. 101 It's Frankfort, Goorgotowu unci Paris, Something to Beautifyjtho Ladies. Garllslo, Mayevillo, Oynthlaua, Falmouth and Oovlugton. Dslly npenining. New Hats, flowers and laeesl tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. It Cures Kidney and Liver TimeTabU June a, ifys- - TRAINS EAST. Troubles, Bad Blood "i Lve KranVlort A 7 00 " Klkhorn 711 Stamping uround 7 ! " ' No. . No. j. No. 7. am. p in. p. m. 4 4i 4 4 00 J 47 1 00 e 1 1TOTICE. Those indebted to the estate oi John M. Rcid will Dlease settle with meat ouce and those to whom it is lndcb:ed will present their clatmi prop ejrly verihed to me lor payment. JOHN B. FOSTKK, Kxor. John M. Reid 3S HARPER'S PEHIQOICAUS. ..44 00 ... 4 00 .. 4 00 ... 4 00 angling." "He is." my dear; but it seems to mo there ought to bo n little more-W- ife (in clear, icy, incistvo tones) That cako came by mail, and was made by your mother. Ilusband Yes, as I was saying, there ought to be a little more of it. N. Y. Weekly. What Ho UroURlit Homo. "Your husband seems very fond of "Docs he' bring home all the fish ho catches?" "Yes, and more, too." Tammany Times. Tho FUhrrmun. Durnlsh up tho reel nnd rod. Straighten out tho line. Tako n spado and turn tho sod FUhln's gettln' tine. Tramp along to where they say Speckled beauties swish, Sit around for half a day-- Go and buy your fish. Buffalo Courier. He Whs. Get onlv ll e rcnulne Ith.nrrnnnl rn! lines on the wrapper. Atlotliers ate sub stitutes. Oil receipt of tuoic slnmniun 9 will send ct of Ten Beautiful World's ulr lew and book Iree. DDAATIJ UClfrlt fi DliTMJftQP nr Nervous ailments W s cumpiainis. J Arr. GeorgetownU... S. Depot .C t 4! 15 7 47 ' Paris C. . 7 5J 8j n 111. s js No. a. 10. 111. ' No. I p. m. leading novelties in Millinery for which we ate 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds known throughout the country. 1 have secured a trimmer far the sea- Ami oser and.tfc a pound for 19 pounds and up son. Thanking you lor past favura, v,c respectto too fully solicit your patronage heretofare so literally Bills due istqf tch mBth M I) DUIHJKRAR' beiUwed. K. BIIEMF.R, e'tanford KATf. UUDOKKAR. Manager. hrst-cla- We civ the assurance ta the trade that they wil find In our establishment the same eiclusivceess lu style of patterns, hats and bbntieta and all the I am now ready te deliver Ice irom the Stanford ater, Light and ice Company's Factory ICE I At t TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. p m. J. : T. : STJTTOIT, UN DERTAKER, HUSTONVILL6, 'KENTUCKY. Offers his services o tae people of West Lin- Full stixt uf Coffins coin and Cascv Couutles TO THE LADIES My anil Millln-r- y I J Lve Paris . ...C -- 94s ' C. b. Depot .... to 17 " Georgetown U 1048 000 6 41 44s s SS " Arr Frankfort A. " Elkhorn Flatup'g Gro'd 10 (, t 11 16 63 7j 7" 7 35 60 7 7 r.tmine Hat. Sto 11 I m n I onpltle Call and jew will I sure to buy a new !S MISSLICCIK IIEAZLKV, IJ Stanford, Ky SUNDAY TRAINS. and Caskets always on hand. D. S. Carpenter, Manager Lease Georgctun 10 jt a m. arris e Ftsnkfort Is a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of 11 jo a m. p. m. arrive Georgetown Lincoln county, subject to the action of the lease Frankfort 4 00 No ember election. 1895. 4 jo p. m. The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections term the shortest and cheapest route to all points South, East, N'srtb and U est. Proprietors of For further information apply ta ihelr agents. C. D. 1IF.IICAW, r.en. rass. Agent. Is a candidate for Superintrndent of Public GEO. B HARPER, Ree'r& Gen Sup Schools of Lincoln county; subject to the action Frankfart, Ky. of the Democratic party. STANFORD. KV. JAMES F. IIOI.nAJI, V. S. BURCH, ?J THE LADIES CORDIALLY : G. B. COOPER, V. INVITED Uvery and'FocdJ'.Stablc, Having bought of P prepared ta furnish OneiYcar Harper's Magaiin Harper's Weekly, " Harper's Bazar, Harper's Young People Postage Iree to all subscribers in the To ca!! and examine my Spring Millihery, wht h I am opening up I pride myself that it Is we, i selected and that ll is boand to please. Hav.ng bought lor cash and bwag determined to sell for cash, I cau m4I atthe tawfst possible piices As esamiBatloB will cosviare sou. MRS A A. McKINVEV SEIili... H.6.RUPLEY,-- - andadded S new buggios l Gren hn and tiurst, Llv-r- we ate THE RILEY K. H. HIL-BY- , HOUSE Kontuoky. States, Canada and Mexico. 11 ARPEIt ft BROTHERS. Address V. O. Box 930, N. V. City. United X FIRST-CLAS- TURNOUTS Proprietor, icon U. Castleman. A. C, Lankan ROYAL fisurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. J3ARBEE &OASTLEMAM MANAGERS, mlmt mmm Is Keceivinp; His Jones Are you serious in your tentions to Miss Flulks? Bones Well, I guess sol Iler father did mo out of forty thousand on ono Wall street deal last month; and 111 get that back if I have to marry tho whole familv for it. N. Y. World. at- AVIiat Ho Had Seen. SPRING AND : SUMMER : GOODS. : - - The travrliog public will fUd us alwavs ready and willing to turaish Drummers' Nagnos. cither single or double, or Ca triI have moved to ay new liettl and aa better ages of ad kinds at sery LOW PRICES. The boys in and around town will also find us the peo- preparad than ever ta accommodate the public. ple to deal with. Stop with us when In town at Uood Livery attached and every convenience dt sired. Give me a calL ccHiili and entertainments and your horse and 77 FRANK RILJCV, will be well cared for G. B COUPKR w a J"NJt Myers House Stable, Maaford, Ky. S; t ir.sss. maju.s: On short notice London. Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. TO THE CITIZENS Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Of Lincoln County. The New Sol JOITES BROS., Stanford, Ky. Educate Your Daughters. Full course in Literary Department. Five Months with Board, &c, for $S$, $90, S95, according to grade. J. M. HUBBARD, President, Howard Female College, Gallatin, Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., Mill, Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South W. . TBIBBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD. KY They were discussing tho circus. "Did you ever seo a man fired out of a cannon ?"asked the shoo clerk boarder. "No," said tho Cheerful Idiot. "I never did, but I saw a fellow fired out of a ball not long ago."' Cincinnati Paint Kitlmaie furnisncd for painting Wood, Metal and linn Koofs. Satisfaction Guaranteed, All roofs painted with Dean's Illack Diamond Paint guaranteed for ytars Dealers In bait els. era Pumps and Oalvanltad lion Kilters. 6yira proprietor Dean's Illack Diamood Roo Is now n full operation, and invites the attention' ol the builders of Lincoln county to its matt nil, ' Note superior workmanship and low prices FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KV. Tribune. Tennessee. Portland. San Francisco. ...Tor., A Good Investment. .........Via The lars. Salesman Why, madam, the very first umbrella that is left in it may be worth more than that. Puck. A but I don't think Customer I like it Is worth that umbrella stand, three dol- Money, Money, Money ! -- QftCUISVIlU HtVt8AmCHICKTI.(Q- Only Dining Car Route From x.ouxs'srrr.r.E TO CHICAGO. Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern, for maps or any information, address E. H. BACON', PRANK J. REID, G. P. Agent, D. P. Agent, Chicago. Louisville. Mutual Life Insurance Co. in I am representing the North-westerTerrible Thirst. loan department and am ready to make loans in this and adjoinRadbourn I read an account of a the German soldier who drank thirty-thre- o ing counties. Interest 6 per cent. Term 2 to 5 years. For full inglnsses of beer and then died. formation and application, apply to Chesney It wns too much for him? Radbourn No. There was no more EL beer. N. Y. World. n TO LOA-IDsT- . ti co per hundred. As low as i jo per hundred. Attention of th public is to the fac Alipattcrns and thicknesses of Ceiling In yellow that this Is the only National invited in Stanford Bank pint, poplar, chestnut anu asn, aa low as 11 t per Under the provisions of the National Hank Double dressed lumber as low as ll per hundred are secured not only by th hundied. lleautltul vellow pine finishing lumber stock, but br the stockholders' liability capital lor quarter oak, Ac. Save money by giving us you. amount equal to the stock, so that depositors aa ol orders. this Institution are seemed by a fund of $400,000. THE LANCASTER I'LANINO MILL, Five sworn statements of tho condition of th bask Lancaster sr mad each yesrto the United States govra SOME OF OUR PRICES: j Capital Stock- Perlectly clear poplar or yellnw pin flooring at ' fjpet hundred. As low aa 150 per huodred. Surplus Perfectly clear yellow popla weather boarding at 8200,000 23,700 Tho Myers House, P. W GREEN. Proprietor. - r: JOHU ."KIRBIT, Insurance Agent. Stanford, : : : n Kontucky. - An Evidence. He cames In from tho sprinkled street, And cannot well conceal A streak of mud right up his back Ho rides upon the wheel. Detroit Free Press. SHE TUHNEU HIM DOWN. St. Asaph Carriage Co., STANFORD, KENTUCKY, I aia still running this Hotel and will continue te give my guests the poltttst alten - as w:ll as the best the market atfurde. and Its assets are ciamlned at stated tin. agents, thus securing aidltltona snd perfect safety to depositors, This institution, ongioslly established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford in ilj!, then lied as the National Hank nf Stanford in iSV5j and again the First National Bank of Stanford in 1&J1, has had practically an uninterrupted ensicoceof 11 years Ills better supplied now with lacilities lor tiauiactingbusinesa prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries. 6rrns and individuals respectfully solic-ts- d. by government mni Special Attention' to the Traveling Public. Denver. 'MONON' Route, Be SURE to call for St. Paul. NORFOLK AND JjjL. MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. D. S. CARPENTER, HustonvIIlo, Ky., Has more nice Furniture than was ever in More pretty Iluggics, Surreys and Phaetons. Moie good Cultivators. Wagons, Plows and more nice Harness, llndles, Whips and more Hinder Twine than was ever seen here. He in. vites th public to call and see his stock and gel prices. Cider Mills and Cane Mills. Ifus-lonvlt- All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing done in first class style. Th Directory of this Hank is composed Porcstus Heid, Lincoln tounty; S. T Harris, Lincoln; J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; J. W. Haydcn, Stanford; S. H. llaughtnan,( Lincoln; J. S. Hockcr, Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Staufordj M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hlll.btanford; 01 K. L. Tanner.'McKlnney; , Horse Shoeing and Blacksmith. ng of ail Kinds. Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. J. 8. Hocker, President; J ao. J. McRoberti, "J-'- Mi. Vernon.Ky Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Asst. Cashier. WESTERN RAILROAD. SOLD TO M. S. IlAl'GIIMSN. J. W. llAl'UHMAN. MR. lias charge of our Painting Department. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, E. E. KIRLEY. EE 6XPEMEECED FEIETER. raoraigToHSGive us a trill. -- fanners BanMTrast Or STANFORD, KY., Is now fully organlied and ready for Co buslnets wit TICKETS ALL POINTS: Mortimer McMullen Say, Libby, I heard 'at you said you t'ought I were a OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSSN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, MEBRASK, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, 188 Reliable Process Greatly improved for 1S95 and worthy'of consideration. UVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Paid up Capital of - - 8urplus, $200,000. 20,000. . blob. TEXAS, I 'B WEST, H0RTH-WS- 7, SOUTH-WE- , Sl FIHST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE REsTrOUTE TO THE NORTH AND EAST. HIUWAH VESTIBULED COACHES, ' SLEEPING AND DINING CARS SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE j Libby McLaughlin I never said I t'ought yon was no slob. I said I knoiccd 'at you was a slob. See? Mortimer Ah! yer kin spurn me love, Libby McLaughlin, but what would yer say if I was to tell 3cr 'at I been left a fortune an' got money ter burn. Libby I'd say yor not only a slob but or liar, an' a mighty poor liar, too. So go chuso yerself. Truth. Felt Lost. Mrs. Hicks I believe I'll go and a few calls this afternoon. Hicks I wish you would; our subscription to the paper has expired, and 1 leel lost without tho neighborhood posslp. K. Y. Worn. I ro-tu- rn sMJM I They have Prov-enf- a Success. Br erjLr liri4 SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same assets and under the sama management. By If vou need Iiverv else us a ca U. Nothing but fully provisions of its chatter, depositors are as protected as aie depositors in National ee us turnouts will leave our stable. Banks, its shareholders being held Individualli for rates. In our liaole to the extent ol the amount of their stock therein at the par value thcreol, in addition to th HARNESS SHOP amount invested In such shares. It may act as s, eietauir. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fullv as You will find a good assortment of Harness, Vc your repairing done by so individual. Have baddies,. To those who entrusted their bulsiness to n our man, he understands nls business. We have a while mnaglng th Lincoln National Hank ol mechanic in our Stanloid, we w here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their bu sines i SHOP. BLACKSMITH with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attta-tic- a to ame,our twenty years' experience l work and satisfactory Will guarantor first-du- s banking andas liberal accommodations as are p.icr Tiy our hor ehocr. with sound banking. Stanford, Grit-class A ontucky. Uri-die- coj-tiste- nt They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. Wtfcllaoa IE. - VORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI CHEAPEST, BEST AND Guarantee Satisfaction Call and see. Attorney at Law, Varnon. s, J JL t Stnulord, - Kentucky. The best salve in the wotld for cuts, bruea sores, uicers. salt rheum, fever sores, tatter, chin. DescrlpUt Writo for Rates, Marc. bands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, femphlcts, to any Station Agent, or to t positively cures piles, or no par renuired. It -Is . . RAOO, M. F. guaraniccar.-to give pcricct sat action or monev ALLEN HULL, V. a. BCVILL, refunded I'nce ae, cents per box. For sale by Dl,. faM.rrr If t. Trail af .irwxftrift. A.R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. KUAaUlI. V4 UlOKE,Ta. Tfmo-Tnble- s, . - QUICKEST LINE. Buoklln'B Arnica Salvo I""BI,0. !. HIGGINS & McKINNEY, "WM"M-4Msnnt- Willac. as Kaccutor,JAdmlnistrator and Assignee Special attention given to Settlements of as Attorney and Sale and Division of S, clams' Lands. Office on Lancaster St overSupt. W, F. McCla" y office. (o y. Shin kr, Prnldnt, Dr.J.'B. Owsley, W Williams, Ml. Vernon; H. Shstiks.tunford; J. S. Owsley, Stan'ord; S.J. Euibry, Stauford; J. B. Ows'e, Stanford; J. F. Case, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W, Carpenter, MlUedgevilU, W. II. Cummins, Preachers ill CaihUr, DIHBCTOtts: M.l right, Tel.'er, rl SawksfMsfjBte r1 . T.:I mmmJZZLl?L- - ".Sr? nimmfmLf. ftJtjJ