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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895082701 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. Z- S-2- . 7 k Semi-Weekl- y voL.xxnr. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. AUGUST 27. 1895. NO. 61 ! Lincoln county friendr, J. V. and Sam LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Dftutin, Dick Young, Georgo Durton and ' Tho U. S. census reports that ono ' Communion was administered Sun- About the bluest event ol the year Ht Dr. Jackson Givens, who IIIU connected person in threo in the IT. S. belongs to dny ronRHt tbe Presbyterian churcti. j Loudon is her Mr nnd with a pardonable with the mines, are enioyinc a rent- that . tho church. DUFFY, Principal, Services were also held Saturday after .. ...-- i. i' urine ner neoniu boffin tn lnnu tn Is more forced tliBn needed. Rev. Itobert G. Drank, n KenincK-- . .. . t til I.. l... v uu r iv it nntifiH Our valued correspondent, Mra II. C. noon preparatory to tho Sunday morning ill """ J" - uiiii tui)iuiirilkiy ian, and a prominent minister of tit. uwnlt tho third week in August. There Thompson, has been absent for a month sacrament. Louis, ie (lend. Thero was a meeting Monday after- A lull Preparatory Course lor College Is lurntthed alio branches essential to a Thorough English to th,s enterprise or more and as n consi.quence our readEducation. Mist Mat tie - Paxton will again fill the ponition of Assistant. to the Catholic, --The noon in tho Odd Fellows hall of tho -- --" " ers havo been deprived of a letter from grand nrmy men to ascertain who would shrine at 1nirdes, Franco, is under way. every county In which fairs aro held, but London. She has returned, however, The pilgrims number 30,000, with ono accord her people work to the and will keep us posted from now hence join the order or what eoldiers would at A miBBlonary writea that there are advancement of its interests and as a on the doings in and about Laurel's cap-- tend the Louisville encampment. seven barrooms in the tourn of Nazareth, consequence A protracted meeting began at New the Laurel county fair is a E. C. W. once the homo of thw Savior. Antioch yesterday (Monday) evening It success financially and otherwise. SEPTEMBER Ht. Kev. 8. V. J. Schereschewftki, D. is to bo conducted by Elder Ira M. CRAB ORCHARD. The exhibition which closed Friday of China D., retired Protestant Diehop of Tennessee, to be assisted by the was one of the best in the history of the Services were held at tho Christian Special attention to Mathematics, Ancient and Modern Languages, In .ncmc.Pfl In translating tho Dible- into association and notwithstanding the church Sunday morning aud evening by pastor, Elder R. Graham Frank. Science, Belles-Lettre- s and Music. Send for a Catalogue. tho original tongue?. tho Chinese from Lancaster is tbe winner another "hard times" that so many people com- Rev. Young, the pastor. A series of Creek Association of MRS. M. W. BERRY, Principal. Tho Tales plain of iftuice dividend was declared. meetings will be held iu this church in time over Stanford, In the match gamo Daptists will convene at of bane ball Friday afternoon between Judge W. LRrown is president. C. H. the near future. Walnut Flat, in Lincoln county, on the Moses, secretary, and H. M. and Lancaster teams, the Jackson, The meeting of the Liucoln County the Stanford first Friday in September and hold threo treasurer, and in tho board of directors Teachers' Association will be held at the score stood 8 to 5 in favor of Lancaster. days' session. Thieves have been tryiug again to are such untiring workers as Christian church here next Saturday. Kvery presiding elder of the Meth Ed break in and steal, but this time unsucParker, O. M. Randall and ethers No pains have been spared iu getting up Full course in Literary Department. odlst church in Ohio has signed on ad- who know no suck word as "failure." an interesting programme and this coup-le- d cessfully. The last attempt made by this dress urging the Methodists of that gang was in the store of R. H. Batson. Five Months with Board, &c, for SS5, S90, $9$, according to grade. The show of stock was ilrat class and witti the very courteous treatment State to take united political action tho races would have been a credit to They failed to Becure either money or that the teacheis will receive at the J. M. HUBBARD, President, against tho saloons. goods. Lthe fairs in tho bluegrasa circuit. Fri hands af Crab Orchatd's citizens, will Is being made to have He v. An effort There was quite a scare or Btir in Howard Female College, day's curds contained a trot, Gallatin, Tennessee. Georgo 0. Darnes and Miss Marie hold a which was won by Lena S., owned by make it well worth attending. town Sunday at noon, when the congreMr. Joe Anderson left on the 24th meeting in Cincinnati, beginning in the Staggner k Wilcox, of Modinon, the fast- lor flossy Creek, Teun., to attend Car- - gations were assembled nt tho different IT TAKES A next week or two. It will be at tho Res- est heat of which was 2:22 An un- bou & Newman College. Joe has a host churches, it was soon learned that a cue Mission on Oth street, if held. rncd dog was at large. Town Marsbnl named gray inaro belonging to Mr. D. W. of friends in Crab Orchard who wiBh detective. Marshal The Givens, of this county, was second and a him much success. Prof.,0. U. Holmes, W. A. Arnold succeeded iu reaching the Hunter, of Rardstown, was a delegate to Darhourville horse was third, The rundog and after firing two shots, killed ol Stanford, was among his Crab Orchthe Christian convention here last week. ning race was won by T. J. Ilenson, o' him, not before the dog had bitard frieudH. Mr. Will Farris and Mr He is almost an good a worker in the Darhourville, with Scott Farris second Mnupin were up from Sliver Creek to ten several other canines. Master's cause as he is in that of law and D. W. The trial oi Horace Woods for tbe Vnndeveer'a Minstnl illly eee two of Crab Orchard's most beauti and order. killing of James Martin consumed all of third. The mulo race was won by Mr. ful young ladies. Miss Maybelle Fay lie The Rev. I T. Miller, pastor of Fow. Riddle, of Montgomery, last week as thero were many witnesses the is to bo oil on tho 2Jth for Old Point ler church, Bt I'ncomn, Wash., in on aton both sides as well is some good race wus won by Mr lienson, Comfort and other points Etst. tempt to climb Mount Tnconm, ws apeeches by the lawyers employed. The To command attention in times like this. So we come crying with a the green running race by Ed of caught In a storm at an altitude Parker and tho bicycle contest by RobThis sensible editorial uppears in the jpry rendered the verdict Saturday even- loud voice to all the people. Come and see the first arrivals of beau feet, and was subjected to it fury all ert Woods should be sent to the tiful fall and winter goods in Dress Goods and Gents' and Youth's Asher, of Dell, with Put Ueer, of Ehzabetbtown Nows.i Its perusal us ing that night. He died as as a result of tho expenitentiary for two years. Woods was Stanford, second. Mr. Geer won the foot well as its advice is commended: The Clothing, and while the cry has been continually "up, up" on all posure. race on the day before in a jog and vital question before the peoplo of Ken- much effected when he knew tho fate in lines of goods, we can truly say we will sell every line at the old In Kentucky, the number of church would very probably store for him. have won the bicy- tucky is whether the next administraes ami saloons is almost precisely the cle race had he had a As Miss Ellen Owsley was driving prices, and any light weight or summer goods at better wheel. tion shall be democratic or republican, same, while in Massachuaetts there are The crowd Friday was estimated atll.-00- 0 whether Wnt Hardin or Bill Bradley rapidly down tho Danville road and more- than two Buloonn to every church, turned suddenly to Paulding street, her and a more orderly or better pleased shall ho governor. Democrats should fell, in the harness and plunged in Connecticut nearly three, in New one never gathered. Everybody seemed lose tight of their diilerences on tho cur- horse York nearly six, and I t New Jersey to feel that it whh good to bo there while rency question nnd go to work for the about frantically until ho regained his early four. the homo peoplo did all iu their power democratic ticket. The election of Wat feet and was on the point of a run, when Come and see our new stuff. Our Shoe stock was bought before the The Advocate sayB there were rep- (or the delectation of their visitors. There Hardin will not bo a victory for free sil- seized by Mr. Bill, tho blacksmith. Misa great advance and we are in position to make it profitable for you to resented 20 churches with a total mem- was an entertainment of some kind in ver or for the single gold standard but a Owslny heroically kept her seat and re with us. Come and try it. bership of 3,400, and with 1,200 enroled town each night and the light fantastic democratic victory and the defeat of tained the lines, or she might have Buf trade In Sunday schools In the South District was tripped till a late hour botlf Thurs- Hardin means a republican victory. Wo fered more serious injury. association which met last week at Tho funeral of Mr. Albert G. Hern-doday and Friday nights. hayo fought enough among ourselves, The body will meet next year one of Lancaster's oldest and most Tho last premium awarded was proba- lot us now tlht tho common enemy. at Deep Creek church In Mercer. highly esteemed citizens, occurred Fribly the one in which thero was most inNews is willing from nowon to buIn number of houses ol worship and terest centered, It was to the prettiest The morning at the Christian church, of ry all animosities, to forgivo and to for day W. N. Ckaig, M. D. J. W. Hocker; places where tho Gospel is preached tho girl on gounds and after much wrang- got and to work without ceasing until which he was a devoted and consistent the cicity of Louisville, surpasses nnv other ling among the judges Miss Ollie Smith, the November election for the success of member, as well as a faithful and conty in America. There is a church for evstant attendant upon its services, when of London, was given the distinction. the democratic ticket. ery 1,170 people, there being 170 houses Miss ever health permitted. Only one daughLottie Dillion, of Crab Orchard, got of worship for tho 200,000 population. At Maj field, Hardin called Bradley ter, bis wife having preceded him to the a vote for first tie. Miss Smith is a beau Heavenly Kingdom a number of years In addition thero aro five theological tiful young lady of the blonde type, very down in no uncertain language. "For seminaries and 25 places other than graceful and stylish and is said to be as 25 years," said he, looking Bradley in a?o, Mrs. Lucy Anderson, and a num-bu- r , of aa well as churches whoro religions services aro lovely of character as eho is of face aud the eyes and raising his voice, "for 25 held every Sunday in tho year. mourn tho loss of a good, years Kentucky has been Blandered figure. The editor la always getting caught truo man gone to his reward. The burial most villainously. I stand here We handle a complete line of School Books, Stationery, Fine Toilet J. W. Baatin, formerly of Lincoln, got in a snap. Sunday he went to church, the blue tie on his saddle colt by E. P. to say that my opponent made a false was in tbe Lancaster Cemetery. Articles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painter's Supplies, Glass, Drugexpecting to hear tho pastor preach, but Woods' famous sire, Eaglo Dird. The statement when he said that in 1S65 or Mr. George Walden, of Danville, is gists' Sundries, Sporting Goods, Surgical Supplies. We give a most thero'a whero ho made a mistake. They colt's dsm is tiis tine combined mare and 1SG7 Kentucky was out of debt and able the guest of his brother, Mr. Jesse Walliberal discount for cash. You can save money by having your pre"brought in another boss" on him, who Mr. D. is about us proud of it as the av- to pay all lnr obligations. It was a de- den, and family. Miss Ethyl Beazley, of scriptions filled at our house. Only the most reliable drugs used and preached long enough to have put him erage father is of liberate falsehood," he shouted again, Stanford, is visiting her friend, Miss Liz- accuracy guaranteed. his first born. Prescriptions filled night and day. A big line zie Thompson. Miss Lucy Ford has re to sleep if ho hadn't ever and anon yellDlcycies are thicker here than fiddlers a slight flush creeping into his checks of Spectacles. BaTL. H. Bellebaum, Parmacist. Craig & Hocker. to hor homo in Lexington, after a ed at the top of his voice. A preacher are in the Plutonian regions. A great and a deeper one into those.of JCandi- - turned told us once that when ho yelled tho many of tho fair sex ride Bradley. Then the crowd cheered visit to her cousin, Miss Julia Reid. Miss them and there dato Cecil Warren, of Louisville, is loudest ho was saying the least and wo are some experts among them, notably and yelled "That's right." Bradley Minnie being entertained by Miss Mary Miller. believe all other preachers aro liko him Mrs. Dr. Jackson Givens, of Pittsburg, made no reply to Hardin's speech. Miss Mollie Douglas has returned from a in that respect. Messenger. and MrH. Fred Pigg, of London. BloomAnd Wo understand that the call for n visit to Versailles. J. W. Sweeney is the ers have not yet struck this good town A woman was arrested 1 at Little guest of relatives in Campbellsville. Mies meeting at the Christian church and it is to be sincerely hoped that they Rock, Ark., for appcaring'on the street Dove Harris baa returned from a visit to which appears in nnother column, is will not. in "indecent apparel," which consisted friends in Lexington. Miss Mamie Henfor tho purpose of taking action upon The largest crowd ever iu London is of a pair of bloomers and the woman was ry is in Louisville attending the millinery resignation of Pastor W. K. Kllis and tho expected to be present to hear Gen. liar-diriding a wheel, display in that city. She also expects to making a further ellort to Induce him to and Col. Drudley on Saturday Sept. The examining trial of W. N. Lane, visit Cincinnati and St. Louis for the withdraw it. The church can not atTord 7th. The spunking will be at the fair at Versailles, for the killing ol Jamea same purpose. Mrs. Hattie Wool ridge to spare Mr. Ellis and the community grounds and soata will be arranged for Rodenbaugh, was postponed until Sep- and daughter, Miss Mary Harvey, have doeB not want him to go. Let every You are invifed to call and see them. 0,000 people. It will ben big day hero and female, young and tember 4, on account of Col. H. C. Ro- - returned to their home in Denver, Col., member, male and the mountain counties for huudreds denbaugh's condition. Everybody who after having spent fhe summer with old. Iib on hand and vote to have him of miles arouud will bo represented. waa Mrs. Woolridgo's parents, Mr. and Mrs. tho entered remain with us. Capt. Frank Riley, the popular prosearched for guns. T. W. Reid. Mr. Charley Denman, of While all the ladieB who assisted in prietor of the Riley House, and one of After five weeks of continued effort Nicholasville, was tho guest of Miss Carserving tho dinners at tho Opera Houso tho best democrats in tho couutry will in the Durant trial only eight jurors rie West on Sunday. Miss Ruth Wildeserve praise, MrB. Georgo O. Givens is likely entertain Mr. Hardin, while Col. havo been selected. For the past seven liams, of Campbellaville, ia here visiting entitled to the highest measure. 8ho Bradley's relatives, admirers aud followweeks the attorneys have been unable her brother, W. I. Williams. Mrs. Susan was at tho hand of tho quarter-master- 's ers will eeo that that gentleman does not to select the ninth juror. Durant is Price has returned from n visit to her department at the Opora Houbo and it suffer fof pleasant quarters. Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock of charged with murdering a girl in a San Bon, W. O. Price, of Danville. Mrs. was she who planned and helped execute I think I can truthfully say that the Francisco church. Nannie Bettis and daughter, Miss Altai, tho big undertaking. Over 2,000 people mountains aro all right, politically. I In Elliott county J. M. Pennington lefl laat Thursday for Hopkinsville. Miss were fed during tho three days and there talked with democrats from Clay, Knox, has Bued Dr. S. G. Hunter for 120,000 Cora Peacock, of Hustonville, is the were barrelB of provisions left. All honso Bell, Harlan, Whitley aud Laurel and damages for tbe alienation of Mrs. Penguest of her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Miller. or to her and tho noblo women who while some of thorn do not agree with nington's affections, and Mrs. Sarah Wilcheerfully and liberally assisted. Mr. Hardin on tbe currency question I J. II. Moore, a farmer living near Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle Twenty-odhave joined Mt. Tabor found only two who said they would not liams horsewhipped Dora Brown because Vanceburg, Is in luck. One day loat nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine church since Rev. A. V. Sizemore and Bupport him, On tho contrary Borne of tho young woman had alienated Mr. week his wife gave birth to tripletts and our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting the pastor began tho meeting there, these gentlemen aay that Mr. Hardin by Williams' affections. to close out a nice line Six States have held democratic on the same day he had an increase on short and we are offering special inducements which Is Btlll In progress. R9V. G. D. hia expression of hia ailver views haa bis farm of 27 pigs, three calves and tiro of Buggies and Surreys. Thrasher, who is the Daptlst missionary made himself atronger and that he will nominating conventions this year, and pups. for 20 counties In Eastorn Kentucky, got Borne republican votes. James Gar- four of thorn Kentucky, Iowa, MaryAluminum neckties are now being VV. L. WITHERS, Salesman. and Ohio stood for sound money filled the pulpit at the Daptist church rard, from Clay, says that bis county will land, introduced. They aro really made of nnd indorsed tho Cleveland administramorning and night. lie give the ticket 300 more votes hero Sunday than it the cosmopolitan metal, and frosted or tion. Two only, Mississippi and aaya than as immoral conditions oxist in gavo either Gov. Brown or Gov. otherwiso ornamented in various shapes havo declared forjfree silver and some portions of his territory, within 75 that the Burrounding counties imitating the ordinary Bilk or satin artiagainst tbe administration and in the cle, miles of Stanford, aa in China; that tho will uIbo Bwell tho democratic vote, was a big Bplit. people there are eager to hear tho gospel John Wanamaker made $400,000 Mr. William Welsh, formerly of Stan- atter there last year in his big Philadelphia Btore. but have been overlooked, and the con- ford, but who now has a coal mine at Bucklln's Arnica Salvo. I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and gregation was moved to tears of sympa- Pittsburg, has spent most of the summer The best salve in the woild for cuts, brumes Mr. "Wanamaker is ono of the largest thy aa he told of The destitution among in oucuring oil leases in tho mountain sates, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- - newspaper advertisers in tho world. on easy monthly payments, orjany other terms to suit the purchaser hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, of tho 100,000 people thero, many counties. Mrs. Henry Mooro of Esculapla best. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line positively cures piles, or no pay repulred. It is some He la associated with several t to give periect satisfaction or money of whom had not until tho laat year or wealthy Eastern gontlemon and tboy guaranteed Price ascents per box. For sale by Springs, gave birth to triplets Saturday of coods as can oe iouna any wnere in me iana. refunded. and so did a woman at Cincinnati. so heaid of the Savior. hayo already leased about 300,000 acres. A R. Tunny, Stanford, Ky. I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I ' have ever Cleveland had a $100,000 fire. The Standard Oil Company also has op MayDo aa Much for You It sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. A Quartor Oontury ToBt. Mr. Fred Miller ol Irving, Ai 111. write that he Dls- - tion on a large quantity of land in this . iffir Store oDoosite St. Asaph Hotel. . Klni .w Lexington Colored Fair, Sept. 4th to For .quarter ol a.century Dr. ........... Nev .. for h,l n Severe maney irouuio ana man years, . ; ' covcry Has neon icucu aim portion of the mountains. aiso mat nis 7th. The Queen & Crescent Route will wtiK finvfire Dains in tils dick Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store.bpt.m taking from IU uie tentily to Its received benefit called Vl clfiec in TWiicir1 but will continue The mines aro at a standstill and have bladder was alfecled He tried manr so About make half rates from all Kentucky points .1 ?.: Aa.e. rlrt- B'1"in .11 dl.ina.ei of the Throat " "" KidneX cures but without anjr good result. iniS pOSlllUll uuiia uul rrtttn- lir "w f has stood remedy "f CheViandLunfi. A has given thst universal the been for four mouths. Pittsburg, Alta-rao- nt a year afro he began use ol Electric Bitters and n s before. Address J that Don't fail to attend,. teaching as long an at once. Electric Hitters is especially on this occasion. found relief Each bottle is positive and East Bernstadt, towns that are adapted to cure ol all Kidney and Liver troubles Biggest colored fair in the United States. Is no esperlment. win oe ly suarauteed togive relief or the money reliable Ask Q. & O. supported almost exclusively by the coal and often gives almost Instant relief. One trial Splendid attractions. to be the most It tsldmitted will prove our statement. Price only see. lor agents for particulars. Sr Coughs and Colds. Trial bottles free at A. R. intoreat ore oa dead aa door nails and our arge bottles At A. K. Penny's Drug Store. enny's druj store. Largesise joe andjt. j I The London Fair and Other Notes Picked Upby thn I. J. Man. ..! ... .-- .. .1 . -- .. Stanford Male Academy, F.J. iHru-an- i I I i OZFIEILsrS WtWl. SEPT. 3KID, 1895. t- - ; "' Paris Classical Institute OPENS 9TH. Boa-wel- l, - Educate Your Daughters. free-for-a- ll well-kno- hofld, Bold toeel m 10,-0- C0 - Almost Your Own Price ! Per-ryvill- e. n, HUGHES & TATE. & CRAIG grand-children- n, IDIEUGi GKrSTS, KEJKTTUCKTr, STANFORD, - - HOCKER, to-d- ay ro ANCHOR : STOVES, Anchor Steel Ranges, BEST IN THE COUIMTRV. FARRIS & HARDIN n court-roomFrid- ay LOOK HERE! I7 i b st Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, d It l B. K. WEAKEN". a, Buck-nera- nd PIANOS and ORGANS. m I M . -.- ..-- r --- ,.. - '- -" saus-!lo- P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. jt -- ! i L. L. Hobbs, of Campbell, cut near Arrxit the hottest primary ever held in It is claimed that Col. Bradley will tke city, Mayor Duncan was announced carry Louisville and Jefferson county by ly 20 tons of hay with his mower this year. He is past three score and ten. to be nominated for bis successor over 10,000. Thompson Brothers, of Garrard, Mr. Simrall by a majority of two. The of t,600 pounds of niAn explosion Stanford. Ky., - August 27, 1985 latter will contest the result on several troglycerine near Franklin, Pa., blew a bought in this and Boyln counties a bunch of 000 to 1,000 pound cattlo at 3 grounds and eays tho unlawful interior man, a wagon and team to atoms. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal New Goods. New Goods. .AT THE W. P. WALTON. The Winchester Democrat reports tho sales of 77 good, plain ewes at 13.43 d extra cattle at 4J and 150 export cattle at 4 to September delivThe conference between the central ery. committee and tho democratic nominees It is rather early for Fall Goods, still wc have so many new and Joe Patchen defeated John It. Genresulted in confusing matters moro than try in the match race between tho two pretty things that wc can't hcly talking about some of them. Besides ever and demonstrated the unwisdom of Duncan Bays ho will run independently, Clardy. Hub Prather's new City Directory great pacers at Chicago. A high wind wc never let the commltteo wan pre- a course which ought to doom him to the call, unless others get ahead of us in showing the of 36,000 for Lex prevented any remarkable time, tho pared to take heroic action. Gen. Har- defeat and to party disgrace. We do not indicates a population of 8,000 sinco tho best being 2:05 j. ington, an din said he would continue to construe see bow any honorablo man can submit laat census. increase Moro than one half of the grapes of the platform as a declaration for silver his claims to a primary and then not The Odd Fellows of Owensboro laid the country are grown on tho Pacific and that the committeo was powerless submit to the result. the cornerstone of their handsomo new coast, California alone having approxito prevent him from doing so. Nearly building, which is being erected at n igThere may be some excuse for an mately 200,000 acres of vintage. A vine all of the other candidates put a differcost of $00,000. disease has struck the crop and a loss of ent and a proper construction on the norant negro who attempts to commit a Preaident Cleveland will press an $20,000,000 is estimated. platform, but were for making the best rape, but a white man who deliberately electric Our fall and winter dress goods are in and arc now on sale. It embutton wnich will Bet the maLincoln county was dead in it at tho of a very bad fix and presenting a solid attempts such a thing deserves the death braces New Wrapper Goods, New Capes, New Outings, New Cloaks, chinery of the Atlanta oxpositlon in moShelby Fair Friday. W. A. Tiibble'a front to the foe. During the conference that the negro usually suffers more than tion September IS. Malloy took the bluo in the com- New Flanncllettc, New Underwear, there were several passages at arms, he. A white brute named Jack Gilvin - Kate Darnley Beaufort, late of Gethsem- bined saddle and buggy ring and in the Chairman Long and Green Keller, can- is in jail at Paris for assaulting Miss An ine College, is supposed to be from nie Gore with felonious intent in Nichsaddle stake of $200, Calvin Carpenter didate for railroad commissioner, nearly to $7,000 short in his accounts with got first, S.T. Harris second and W. A. coming to blows. After it found out olas county and if a mob doesn't do him the Trapplst monks. Tribblo third money. that it was making ccnfusion worse con- np, many will think it has not done its Among the legislative nominees of Requittal won the Futurity stakes founded, the committee appointed a sub- duty. the Salt Lake county republicans in at Sheepshead Bay Saturday In 1:11 of five to draw up an address committee Job Sidlby, of Pennsylvania, the Bi- Utah are two women, one for Senator Crescendo was 2d and Silver II third. to the democracy of tho State, counsel- metallic League candidate for the presi- and one for; representative. Handspring, the favorite, wan badly ing that the money question be ignored dency, is coming to Kentucky this week While the old soldiers wore paradand a loyal support be given the nomi- to preach free silver, but this looks liko ing at the reunion of tho G. A. R. post kicked at the post, but be managed to New Towels, New Ginghams, New Comforts, New Blankets. Our nees. The currency question can not be carrying coals to New Castle. With a at Owingayille, this State, William Cart- - come in fourth. There were 20 starters line of Gent's Furnishing Gcods is complete and is marked at priccs ignored now. Col. Bradley sees his Senatorial candidate and the head of the well, a veteran 70 years aged, fell dead. and the race was worth 153,750 to the winner. The time waa the fastest ever that cannot be touched by our competitor. vantage ground and is soldier enough to democratic ticket preaching populistic Fire in the shipping district of Milto demociacy'fl danger. The doctrine, it would seem that we have al- waukee caused a loss of $400,000, destroy- made since the event was inaugurated. occupy it Tip A Harry Bruce bought 18 acres object of the committee in desiring a ready enough of a good thing. ing several docks and freight sheds and of hay in the stack from Porter Sandldge conference was doubtless to make an efmany cars and their freight before it was for $ 265. Mr. Sandidge has bought from The prohibitionists will hold a tem- checked. fort at reaching some common plane updifferent parties 150 hogs at from 4 to 4 J could stand, and perance camp meeting at the Louisville on which all democrats Sherman!!Asa, a fruit dealer at Fall weight black cheviot suits in single and double breast, black clay failing, to wipe its handB of the disgrace Southern Park, beginning Sept. 2 and Greenville.lO., went suddenly insane cenis. warren Ktirseii won ma race A good, honest, suit for men at of defeat, Bboold the head of the ticket lasting 10 days, for the purpose of boom- and while his clerks were at dinner he with Connor at Lincoln. III., this week. worsted sack and frock. cause that deplorable result. The mis- ing their candidate, Demaree, for gover- procured an bx and destroyed over 1.000 It was a $500 purse. Best time, 2:191. $2. 50. Monte Fox bought a load of fat cattle take of nominating a free silver man on nor, who needs it badly. Brer. Demaree watermelons. from Preston Burgin at 4, They avergrows more and is hardly ever heard of in the canvass a sound money platform The reorganization of the whiBky more apparent, but it is no time for dem- and is much less in it than Tomtit Pet-ti- t. trust, under the name of the American aged 1,410 pounds. He also shipped ocrats to quarrel over that now. Any Spirita Manufacturing Company, with a load of cattle that ho bought some ETCCourier-Journpokind of a democrat is preferable to us capital stock of $35,000,000 was effected time ago from Polk Williams at 5 cents. has banished The over a republican and we Bhall do all in litical discussion from its editorial col- at New York. 8. M. Rice was elected They averaged 1,574 pounds. Mr. Fox A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, Baya there are a great many fat cattlo in our powe to prevent in uuiiuioimuu umns for the nonce and now fills them president. The negro Jones, who murdered the county still unsold. Advocate. T; D. RANEY. Manager. from being with dissertations on "Wanted to Kiss oftbeaflairs of the State turned over to that unscrupulous party. Tall Men" and matters of pleasanter Whitman Beltzhoover Bome time ago at The course of Gen. Hardin only makes note. Politics is always bell, a Lexing- Montlcelle, Ark., and who broke jail a Branch Stores; the fight harder, but we can and must ton sage tells ub, and the 0. J. ia wise in few dayB ago and shot James Bennett Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, while resisting arrest, was lynched by a be equal to it. The democratic ticket steering clear of it during dog days. mob of 25 men. if every demVirsaillcs, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. must triumph and it will The mutilated body of a man was The best written though the hardeet ocrat will do his duty. Let us stop fighting among ourselveB, turn our javelins things that have been Baid about Gen. found near Coosdale, Ala., nearly naked. to a man against the common foe and all Hardin's speech were Indicted by Editor In the vest pocket nearby waa a card on O'Sullivan, of the Critic, although be is which waa written: "In case of accideLt will be well. a free silver, Hardin man. Well might notify Mrs. M. L. Henderson, Clifton Col. Bradley's "cunning aud evasive the head of the ticket Bay after reading Forge, Va. R. R. Harlow." diplomacy" came to hiB rescue at it, "Save me from my friends; 1 can take KIDD'S STORE. The audience was composed care of my enemies." of many negroes, for Christian county is An ambitious dame watched every means so much more than The democratic candidate for lieutenant-go- incoming train during the season and filled with them, and Gen. Hardin deyou imagine serious and i Hon. R. T. Tyler, is a man made a corner of the blackberry crop by -- The Celebrated- termined to bring the colonel out on the if after our own heart. There is no free buying and preserving every car load latal diseases result from negro equality question by asking him trifling ailments neglected. he favored a law similar to that in New silver foolishness about him. He stands brought to market and she isn't called York, which gives the negro equal priv- squarely upon the platform, which if it selfish by all her neighbors. Don't play with Nature's ileges everywhere, at the Bame time means anything, means a gold standard The few few crops of wheat that greatest gift health. stating that he would never vote to de- till international aareetnent on silver. were large and convenient enough to If rouarefecllnr stroy the social distinction that the hand satisfy exactions of machine owners who The best on earth. The best is always the cheapest. Try one. out of sorts, weak Minister Jim McKenzib has arrived and centrally ex Bradley wouldn't of God had made. used to cultivate this neighborhood humed, ncrvom, J from Peru in time to take a hand or a lip answer directly, but said he waa opposram shack lr, : in the campaign. We hope he will mount when operating an inferior and can't work, delightfully. One ed to any law that undertakes to force Degm at once tan the raging stump and tell us about why have not turned out Ine themost Telia any man, white or black, upon any othsix Dartv uarnered near Hustonvillb Me strengthening Joo Blackburn is "out of humor with er man who does not want his company. meulcmc.wmchl! bushels per acre. Whilst many crops Grover." Drown 's Iron Bit This didn't satisfy the negroeB.wbo have were not a disappointment, they were ters. . A few bot- ti 1a Toe Paris News has increased to a far from satisfactory. been taught to believe that reevidently An opportunity to sec- comes from the J publican succeBS means negro domina- quarto in size, and the Kentuckian will Liberty's bank wbb erjr first dose i' The safe for iiihii T w" a .. u jour ". ., tion. It may or may not. Don't let have to look to its laurels. It now sends hauled through our town last week by a II l a pleasant to take. democrats run the risk of the experi- out more than a third more matter than team of eix horses on a broad tread wagit ancient contemporary. ment. on, which came near crashing through bridge over Frye'a Creek in our sub U. S. The Manchester Star says the Mr. Bradley made some bad breaks at the Of this progressive age. Those who arc up to date can appreciate Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver made a law that thoso Louisville. After abusing the democrat- uibs. Tho bridge is the Longest and one supreme court has our patterns in Scrowl, Carpets, Wall Paper, Picture Frames. The Neuralgia, Troubles, on this line of pikes, but who take a newspaper and do not pay ic party for mismanagement of the affairs of the neweBt Scrowl is the latest style in pattern. Joticc our Shakspcarc Library Constipation, Bad Blood floor ft ere shivered. for it shall be sent to the penitentiary. of the State, he wound up one of his three planks of the and Tea Tables, Folding Beds, Oak Suits for $13.75. Neds, Chairs, Malaria, Nervous ailments It was a close shave. The turnout would Unfortunately such is not the law. The flights as follows: "Who is Gov. Brown? Women's complaints. Wardrobes, Couches, Beds, Lounges, Cots, Mattresses, and Springs! have reminded Mac Uuflman aud War affellow who refuseB to pay for a paper An able, upright chief magistrate of you)" Get onlv the Retiuine it has crossed red Window Shades. Every piece shall be up to date, both in style and mean enough to be State; a man of ability, a man of cour- ren Hocker of a political parade in their ter he has rf ad it is lines on tn rainier. All others nre sub. stltutes. On receitit of tuu 2c stamrn we quality. When you have learned our priccs job lots will not com-parsent anywhere, but no more can be done age, a man who does not hesitate to boyhood, when log cabmo wore hauled will send set of Ten Beautiful World'a was Come in and see for yourself. We arc ever ready and pleased Fair Views and book free. with him than with any other scoundrel speak of anything in his own party that around and all interior commerce BROWN CHEMICAL CO, BALTIMORE. MD. proto show goods. who doesn't pay his debts. Besides the he doesn't believe to be right." Now transported on "land Bteamboats" AA U. S. supreme, .court doesn't make the right here is where the colonel slipped pelled by six big horses generally. AdvoThe naturalist of the Danville lawb, it only passes upon them when up. He Baye he wants a look at those HOLDAM, saare questioned after the Legislative hooks because he believes something is cate betrays a weakness for dogs of they Is a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Undertakers and Furniture Dealers. Stanford, Ky. branch of the government baa passed wrong. Gov. Brown "an upright man" gacity, coon dogs especially. The I. J. Lincoln county, subject to the action of the Defurnishes him herewith an authentic in mocracy. November election, 1895. them. , says there is nothing tho matter with stance of rare sagacity of a hog, which John L. Boslky has sold his interett them. Gov. Brown, "a man of ability,' he can verify by calling at headquarters. W. S. BURCH, in the Winchester Sun to W. T. AdamB says the reyenues have been expended A bow here, vieits the plum trees, Bhakes Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public and J. It. Broadhurat, hiB partners, and judiciously. Gov. Brown, "a man of and eats till satisfied. In every instance Schools of Lincoln county; subject to the action of the Democratic party ! will retire fromlljournalism again for a courage, would have taken the stump that she has been watched she has manHe does not state what he will do, himBelf to defend his administration ifested the trait of ordinary, every-datime. as Mr. Brad but we suspect that after be tries his against just such away from her associates In School Supples at ley is giving Kentucky, if it were not hogs in slipping hand on his farm again for awhile he and lunching alone. This bog certainly -:- as for his family affairs. What Mr. Bradwill sigh for the tripod and mount it exercises reasoning faculties eminently soon as he can get one. Ab its editors ley said of Gov. Brown is most true and human in their bent. The average man Ky. are democrats the Sun will now doubt- he might have added that the oth- is undoubtedly closely allied to the hog officials are like nnto him. The less come over to the side of right and er State 3 illustrated by the bow mentioned, Garrard county statesman, is very as 1895. democracy gain another champion. who, recognizing, is willing to acknowlshrewd, but he can not pick one flaw in edge the relationship. Primary, Preparatory anil Collegiate Depart- menu. The editors of the Richmond Climax the democratic record. Scientific, Clatilca! and Spoclal Courica ol FARM AND TRADE ITEMS.. Study. and Pantagraph are discussing the perSchools of Music, Art, French and Elocution. NEWSY NOTES. Stock and each article the very best 'to be had at its pulchritude the one of the other. sonal licit teachers for sale at 75c a own Department. employed, each a specialist In her A Large Winter Turf oats ia a case of the pot calling the kettle It price. Corbett will begin Sept. 1st to train bushel by F. Reid, Stanford, Ky. Hoarding pupils under the direct supervision oi teachers. black, for neither would get a vote in a for bis fight with Fitzqimmona. W. Green bought of Mac Wheat; P. For iurther information, address beauty show. The question ia not one of The First National Bank of FrankWILLIAM SIIKLTON. President. 34 a gray maro for ugliness. Both are as ug- lin, O , has failed, with heavy liabilities. of Yoaemite, beauty, but of The Paris NewB reports sales of 40 ly as mud fences or John Peyton, though Charles Harris, of Athens, Ga., is 1,250 lb. feeders at 4 and 85 export catcandor compels us to say that the wanted for robbing hia father's tle at 5c. rooBter is entitled to the cake. The stockholders lost 512,000 on Crab Orchard, Ky. There aro 22 men and six women their trotting meeting at Chicago, which to A California astronomer claims murderers already confined in the St. closed Saturday. have discovered a comet, but as it is Louis jail. T.ntnnia will have 35 instead of 30 Select, Private, High Grade, ThorFALL STOCK, very faint and has no tail, it should not Since the outbreak of cholera in Ja- days of racing at her fall meeting, which ough, Practical, Progressive. be counted. A comet without a tail is pan there have been 25,000 caaes of that begins October 8th. about as much like a comet as a tailless disease, and 16,000 deaths. About two car loads of fencing and Will enter upon the second year's shirt is like the real article. Reports of the patent office show lumber for building purposes for sale work Sept. 2, and will close that af nee '92 women have been granted cheap. Joe Willlman. May 30, 1896. EditohF. D. Spotswood, of the Democrat, is sick and in the about 280 patents annually. All Colors- Soft and Stiffs. An estimate of the wheat crop of the For terms of admission apply to A Minneapolis woman has been of bis paper had no line of edby the Hungarian govlast issue world prepared charged with burning bor inva- ernment, places the yield in the United itorial utterance. We are sure, howevDr. Jno. S. Staph, Pres. that he is disappointed over the lid sister to death in order to secure in- - States at 400,017,000, and that of Russia er Crab Orchard, Ky. i surance. 45 course of bis townsman. at 415,053,000 bushels. 1,300-poun- SIX PAGES. ence of tho police is suilicient to give The Louisville and Nashville will in him tho place. S. G. Sharp was augurate a steamship service for freight for treasurer; H. M. Buford for between Pensacola and Liverpool. solicitor; W. P. Kimball for attorney and Darnley Beaufort, late principal of John Masher for jailer. Gethsomano College, is alBO charged with A further examination of the vote dis- immoral practices with the male stucloses that it is a tie between Duncan dents. Section Foreman Adams, on tho and Simrall. The latter has a majority in the committee and will likely be Princeton branch of the L. A N was fadeclared the nominee, in which event tally stabbed by Jim Cllne, a negro at G. A. Siler bought In Whitley county 40 cattle averaging 850 pounds at 3c. He also bought a few extra good ones at 4 c. Louisville Store. Hoods of The Season. I, First New $o,-0- 00 2-- New Table Linens, New Lace Cur tains, New Napkins, New Window Shades, OIiOTE-CI2STC3-- I well-mad- e THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAITZTOIIID, al - iMyAfcvdvv' Hop-kinBvi- lle. f In Poor Health TOD NEED ONE. vernor, ? Vulean Chilled Plows, -- Brown's ::Iron W. H. WEAKEN & CO. -. iui tiers .r, .I I j i It Cures AIM '. ART . DISPLAY e. i ' afefcA JAMES F. WITHERS & HOCKER y clap-tra- p STANFORD College, Female Every Thing You Want Stanford, Fall Session Opens Sept PENNY'S DRUG STORE. $1-10- . red-beade- d meat-hous- e. COLLEGE HOME. Latest : Style : Shapes, -- Har-rodsbu- rg H.s J.: M'ROBERTS. V3 t afu-- J i.'"" 'j'l 1 v -i- wetsTiSTTTHr":"'?; - ..-- . niV - V SMALL UIIANIJE. " SUPPLEMENT TO THE PRICES o SEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KYI a. ter is i 4 SINCE 1873. Ifant silver money exclusively is no WAGE?, FARM LAND3 AND MANY reason why this country .jthould adopt l'ARM PR0DU0T3 HIGHER NOW the Hilvor atnmlnril. Tho 400,000,000 THAN IN 1873. OhincRO aud 200,000,000 Hindoos aro not ho fur nbovo us in civilization that wo hIiouM nuitato them. If numbora Dr. Mill Kxposps Some or the Ab- surl nud Kulso Statements of oro to rule, why do not tho silveritos tho Silver Men. cultivato pigtails aud livo oti ft rice diet. Dr. W. P. Hill, of St. Louis, has A curious argumont for tho dostruc-tioof our present sound flnnnoinl just written a pamphlet untitled "Arsystem is tho stntoinout that if nil tho gument Against Freo Silver Coinago gold money in tho world wore molted at 10 to 1," whioh has dumbfounded in tho form of a cube, it would bo only tho freo silver people Dr. Hill is tho youngest son of tho lute Britton A. twenty-twfeot in dintnotcr. this estimate is correct, what Hill, ono of tho ablest champions of Greendocs it prove? Nothing moro than fiat monoy o! tho old that gold represouts a great deal of back party. Dr. Hill was educated valuo in very small compass. Accord- in tho best universities in Europe. It ing to Hilvcrito reasoning tho pro- - has boon boon goncrally suppoeod ducer of pig iron should complain of that ho would follow in tho footsteps tho small bulk of tho world's stock of of his father and ndvocato flat money. nilvcr as compared with its iron, aud Thero is but lfttlo doubt but that ho doinand tho free coinage of bin moro inado a special study of financo for tho purpose of securing arguments motnl. against tho gold standard. Study To repeated requests by the advo- - changed his opinions, as is apparent oatos of tho gold standard that tho from tho following quotation from free coitiao agitators should furnish his excellent pamphlet: But, say tho silver mou, prices havo Homo proof of their assertioti that there is not gold ouough in tho world go no down sinoo 1873. This is their to servo as n standard of value, tho great hobby, ond thoy dwoll on it. nilvcrites havo given no roply. Thoy Thoy say that n country must have havo not proved their claim of a scar- high prices to bo prosperous, and they high prices by city of gold, becauso thoy do not know proposo to to what extent tho ubo of credit making CO cents n dollar, so that whon money u doing away with the neces- wo sell something for 31.00 on tho sity of gold coin. Under a proper new basis, though in reality wo will banking and system of paper curroncy only get HO cents tho samo as now, there is no doubt but that there ih far our fecliugs will not bo so bady hurt more gold in tho world than cau bo because tho nmuu will havo boon changed. profitably used as money. 1 am six feet tall ; stipposo k new law should ruako nix inches a foot, The protense that this country could now mcasuromont I by adopting freo coinage nt 1G to 1 then under tho foot tall. Would that would bo twelvo forco tho rest of tho world into an in- actually increaso my height, or is it ternational agrcoment to coin silver nt that ration, is only n blind for tho simply tho foot that has boon shortened? This rominds mo of Mark choincs of the silver staudard Twain's joko about tho Portuguese Tho gradusl adoption of all where tho progresatvo and enlightened Na- money, so small tho unit of value, tho that reis. ih tions of tho unglo gold standard was 10,000 rois to pay for it takes about a dinuor. But to their conviction tlut tho comduo let us sco about tho declino of pricos. mercial veluo of nilvor could not bo Tho silver men assert that pricos maintained at its coinage ratio to gold. have gone down, aud that Aflor deliberately abandoning silver thoy in tho most simple thereforo way provo because of their belief in tho superiorthat gold has gone up. They conity of gold, it is hardly probable that thousand and iho gold using countries would now veniently forget thointo a docliuoono factors that enter in go back to their rejected standard. mey lorget tuo laws ol supprices, ply and demand. That wo cannot exSilvontos persist in their assertion pect to get as high aprico for our cotthat our present standard of value is ton when wo raiso a crop of almost maintained m tho intorost of tho 10,000,000 bales in 1891 as when wo ""creditor class." which they allege raised only 2,971,351 balos in 1872, or "draws wealth from idle money." for our wheat when wo raise Any freo coinage advocate who bushols in 1891 ns whou wo is fortuuato enough to have saved raised onlv 219,997,100 bushols in few many dollars 1872. cither or lenown vory well that "idle money" They conveniently forgot tho enorThe only yields no profits. mous docrease in tho cost of producway in which money or capi- tion of our manufactured products, tal can giro any return, is through its duo to tho invention nud uso of u so in some form of productive emsaving machinery, tho utilization ployment. Com or papor currency of nnd tho decrenso in does not produce intorost of itself, but tho cost of transportation. I have must bo lined to ussiot in producing lately read some statistics compiled moro wealth. Since while thus em- by Edward Atkinson, tho statistician, ployed it helps givo work to idle men covering soma 200 articles in common and cheapens the cost of commodities, use. and ho has shown that iu every it ia evidont that its uso is a benefit to instanco whore a docliuo in price has its possessor. No man is foolili occurred it has boon moro than offset enough to borrow monoy merely to by a doorcase in tho cost of produckeep it idle, and the claim of tho. tion. cheap monoy advocates that "idle But tho silver mou cnunoteveu suscapital" is robbing tho producers of tain their favorite contention, becauso the country, is wholly a dolusion. tho facts aro against them. Tho prices of all things havo not gono down. "Coin'' the Dunce. Many things are higher now than thoy wero beforo silvor was demonetized. Thoir favorite cry is about tho wages of labor; tho contraction of tho gold standard has caused tho wages of tho laborer to decline, nud they aro going to raiso his waes by pitying t him three dollars a day in stead of the three dollars a day ho gets cow. Let us too about thoho wages. Take tho U. S. census figures of 18(10, thirteen years beforo silver was demonetized, aud thoso of 1890, soventeeu years after. This is it fair test. If gold has enhanced iu valuo, it ought to show itself iu that time. Annual wagos paid in tho factories of tho United States: ubo -- per cent, of tbo people of the world 3io alleged fact that sofonty-fiv- kunx4 M JW stfMcKtd rd Ktw&? wotdrbu5 wlje. out botK wa.? nA.r fr our towrV ye? bramble bujK. li IP ($rei fa Jvv fo cys? wert out. With a ri? rrigM M,nv.iii fie jumpd Irvto "k briM bujr. vvi 3crc'w uvir&gMr. 'j.wM'evi 'rl . UJ&"r i J xXfrfc fZ && '&,' n o Sup-pes- o TUB WONDllOUS WISE TOPULIST. advo--catc- s. pos-ibl- o Valuable Document. Tho Now York Reform Club has just issued as No. 17 of its Sound Currency sories n careful compendium of tho coinago and curroncy legislation of tho United States from 1702 dowu to tho present timo. Tho work covers three distinct fields laws rolatiug to coinage, Government curroncy, aud bank currency respectively and iu t pages itf this pamphlet of contained tho full text of nil important Federal legislation upon theso subjects. Tho whole is carefully annotated and provided with a comprehensive summary of the coinago provisions and an index. The result is a compendium vastly superior for tho purposes which it is dosignod to servo to tho bulky compilations issued from tho Government Printing Oilice, which havo heretofore boon almost tho only H3iirco of such information. This document will cnablo overy ono to soo for himself whether tho assertions of tho choap money ndvocatos iu regard to currency legislation aro truo or mere inventions. Tho price of this number is five cents. A forty-eigh- WHY U0LI) WOULD OUT. HE DRIVES la-b- llfty-cen- Jt'-ti'V- lU, No. of K'n-iluy- Total Wagos 1'uUl. Put up your silk hat, ono will lit you better. A Topckn Tor-F.KA- Coin;" this ISM ...l,!iU,'Jtl . . H.7I1.SJJ .? . 378.878.0M. i.'J82,823.2C5., Prices by Deducing the Dollar. Tho freo and unlimited coinago of silver would not secure for (ho uso of tho pcoplo nt any timo nny addition to thoir stock of actual monoy, but would simply givo thom less valuablo money than thoy havo now. To call a pioco a dollar nud declare it to bo tho standard of valuo would add nothing whatever to its purchasing power; it would still require teu of them to purchaso what a real dollar will purchase now, nud prices of commodities expressed in dollars uotild appear to havo been iucroastd whon, in fact, nothing would havo hnppenod except tho debasement of tho dollar. Au actual mcrcaso iu prices resulting from au increaso iu tho vclumo of sound money in circulation is ipiito a dilTereut thing from a nominal increase of prices resulting from the uso of a depreciated currency, nnd no argument upon tho subject of prices cau lie sound that does not recognize tho distinction between them. The proposition of our free coinago friends is to doublo prices nominally, but nt tho samo time to havo them paidiu monoy f intrinsically worth only as much ns it was boforo tho prices wero doubled, nud I confess my inability to Ave.per soo how this would help anybody. Capita. Hon. John G. Carlisle. teu-cont Increasing ton-fol- I ono-hal- Joke. theso words: Kan., Aug. 5. As tho old noldicrs congregated at the Pension to draw their ponsioiis, Ofllco eomobody went among thorn distributing n circular on which appeared , to-da- y 'Comrades, halt! You aro entitled to gold iu payment of your checks. Demand it. Do not accept dopreciat-ecurroncy." d Nobody halted. All wont iu nnd lrew thoir checks, and were qmtu content when tho checks wero cashed nt tho banks iu monoy which they knew wits as good as gold. Increase in tho average wages per capita 95 per cent. ; almost double. Decrease in tho purchasing power of gold, as far as wages aro concerned, 95 per coin. Tho gold dollar only f brought about tho labor in 1890 that it would in 18G0. Not only that, but tho laborer got moro than twico as many gold dollars for tho samo amount of work, becauso tho hours of labor iu many places havo been shortened from twelve and teu to eight hours a da-- . Now what does tho census say about farm lauds? ouo-hal- - Fittest. Increase iu the average value per Tho gold single standard advocates acre of farm lauds about 33 per cent. can rest content. Oold will assuredly Take live stock: Ave. per ulways bo tho staudard, until someOro.;-- . Valuo. Ili'ad. thing better iu tho commorco of tho lfirtO l.l'B'J,0'.K),0vW ill-Jworld is fouud. It matters not about isyj j.Jiy.uoj.ooj uvs tbo freo silver dogo of tho politicians, Increaso in tho average value per or tho crazo of those who follow them. Law cannot chango tho result. The head about 20 er cent. Take vegetables, butter, choose, gold standard will win in tho ond. Jf SSS' poultry, an increaso of about 1 it docs not conviuco by the argumout per cent, is noticed. of faots now presented to tho public Iu relatiou to all theso thiugs tho mind, whon freo silvor coinago is let ever bu so, it will gold dollar has gone down iu value. loose, if it should bcttlo tho destiuy of silver ns n sub- What remains of tho sontention that tho contraction of gold has caused sidiary coin for mauy years. Tho people of tho United States will prices to decliuo? nover submit to tho condition of labor Soma people talk ns if freo and unin Mexico for tho benefit of rich mino owncrn, however thoy may bo induced limited coinago of silvor moaus iroo at tho start by fulso leaden to stick nnd unlimited wealth to all without their heads iu tho ratter.- - Ashvillo working n lick. Tho greoubackera taught tho same fulso ideas. ol the I Simhnl 1800... 1SW... ...t ... 13,U7'J,0O0,KjO (Iros aluc. f.,(. (.5,000,00(1 Aw. Valuo per Acrt'. l(i.'J7 1M.3! country. (Juerr Money. Hero is au amusing account of a traveler who wont many yeara ago to Mexico, and found tho natives using it strange kind of curroucy. Says ho : "In ono of tho small towns I bought Bomo limes, aud gavo tho girl $1 in paymout. By way of chango sho repieces of soap turned mo forty-uiuthe size of asmall bibcuit. I looked at her iu astonishment, nnd the returned my look with equal surprise, when it police oflicer, who had witnessed tho incident, hastened to inform mo that for small sums soap was legal totuler iu mauy portions of tho o sequently spent Bound Table. uamo of tho town and of a manufacture authorized bv tho Govorumont. Tho cakes of soap wero worth threo farthings each. Afterward, in my travel, I frequently recoived similar change. Mauy of tho cakes shovvod bigns of having been in tho wnshtub, but that, I discovered, was not at nil uncommon. Provided tho etamp was not obliterated, tho soap did not Joso any valuo as currency. Occasionally a mon would borrow a cako from a friend, wacu his bauds, and return it with thanks. I mado uso of pioces moro thau once iu my bath, nud sub- "I examined my change, and found that each cako was stamped with tho nf thom." Harper's tho low prico has been mainly duo to tho onormous increaso in tho world's supply, to cheaper processes of harvesting nnd to reduction iu transportation chargos from rival wheat counMou who tries to common market?. would rather bo tho dupes of some demagoguo than to investigate, will of course continuo to that John Sherman and tho Iloth?childs did it. iiut, in view oi tuo mot tnat corn, tho great Kansas Btitplo, has for yoars past ranged fifty per cent, higher than it did twenty years ago, what miserable hypocrisy to talk of Kansas boing ruinod by tho "crimo of '73 ;" and tho necessity of debasing tho dollar ou account of tho "fall in prices I" How does it hurt a Kansas man to buy plows, reapers, binders, binding twine, clothes, wiro fouoiuj, nails, tools and nearly everything elso ho wauts nt half what ho paid twonty years ago .' But, say tho demagogues, "Givo us n cheaper dollar for tho wheat raiser to pay his dobts with, becauso wheat has gono down 1" By tho samo argument wo ought to havo n dearer dollar for tho corn raiser to pay his debts with becauso corn has gone up ; and whero would that leavo Kansas? What sort of a figuro would a Kansas Congressman cut, who would go down to Washington and howl for The Sliver Swindle. t dollars ou account of tho If I buy n coat for $10, that means fall in prices? Somo shroud Yaukeo that tho other mau buys 310 for a would pull out tho roport of tho Kancoat. Democrats don't bolievo that sas Board of Agriculture and provo Government ought to interforo to that tho vory thing Kausas sells most innke mo buy ono coat when I would of is greatly higher than it was in profcr to buy another, aud no honest 1872, whilo nearly everything sho man bohovos that I ought to bo mado buys is cheaper; and tho Congressto accopt a coat different from tho ono man would become tho laughing stock I have bought. Will some free silvor mau of America. explaiu how it is any more honest to the itiairT Tnixa to do. mnko mo coutract for ono kind of dolAway with such stuff and nonsense I lars when I would prefer another kind, nnd all twaddle about no monoy or to mako mo take silver dollars wheu to do tbo business with? No man who havo contracted for gold ones? If has a marketable I tocommodity it is swindling for you to cheat mo at day has tho slightest troublo to tho coat end of tho trade, is it any get monoy for it, and, if wo less dishonest for mo to swindle- you anything to oxchnngo for nt tho monoy end of tho transaction? haven't tho money, mints might run -nJohn Do Witt Warner. fifty-cebe-liolow-price- as to tho alleged benofits of freo silver, replies to tho undeninblo statement of tho souud monoy presi that freo coiuago at 10 to 1 would drivo out our gold : "But if it wero to drive out gold it would bo becauso silver wero tho better monoy. A good article of fruit or nny other product generally drives out tho inferior." It is probablo that the writer of this iltmucinl gem has never heard of tho Grcsham law, or if he knows nnything about it imagines that it can bo repealed by it froo coinago Congress. Although the operation of tho natural law which governs tho circulation of monoy of diflerent values was iu Knqlatid threo hundred years ago by Sir Thomas Grosham, thero still exists among tho ndvocatos of cheap money nostrums n profound ignornnco of its principles. Briefly statod, tho Grcsham law is tho recognition of the universal cxperienco of mankind that wherover full logal ten der coins of tho samo nominal value, but differing commercial valuo, aro issued in nny country, tho cheoper and poorer money will always drivo out tho hotter. Why mouoy should bo nn oxcoption to tho ri'lo that a good artinlo will drivo out an inferior, is duo entiroly to tho legal tender qunlity which Governments bestow on tho metals of which mouoy is made. If tho Unitod States woro to issuo logal tonder eaglas containing only 200 grains of gold, it englos is certain that tho would nt ouco bo driven out of circulation nnd cither hoarded or molted down nnd sold as bullion. For nobody would pay debts or. buy goods with tho moro valunblo coin, when creditors or sellors wero compelled by law to accopt tho inferior. That this would bo tho result will not bo denied by tho silverites who know that if they had cheap and dear coins in thoir pockets, thoy would, if possible, uso tho cheaper. Exactly tho samo nrincinlo would rogulato tho circulation of the inferior stiver dollars under freo coinnge, whon tho Govorumont would bo under no obligation, as it is now, to maintain our gold aud silver coins at a parity. If this couutry woro to adopt unlimitod free coinage, wc should havo legal tendor gold monoy worth its faco as bullion, nud legal tender silver worth only half its nominal coinago value. Just as cheap gold coins would drivo out thoso of better quality, so would tho mforior silvor dollars forco gold out of oircnlatiou. This is not a matter of thoory but of fact, proved in every couutry which And until has tried tho exporimeut. tho silverites change human nature so that men will prefer to koop tho cheaper monoy and pay debts or buy goods with tho dearer," it will bo impossible to prevent free coinago replacing our superior gold curroncy with ono vastly inferior. 232-grai- Tho Journal of Agriculture, n St. Louis paper which is engaged in deceiving tho farmers with falso pro-tens- es good dollars that aro in sight, rather than spond timo yelling for cheap dollars that aro not in sight nnd never will be. For, if ovory man iu Kansoa himself hoarse for tho A KANSAS MAN'3 VIEWS ON FREE wero to shcat 10 to 1 scheme, It would eomo to COINAGE AT 10 TO 1, nothing ao long as seventy millions or. people outsido of Kansas rctoin tUC-t-r they aro doiug vory perHe Shows That I'rlccs or (lie Staple sistently at xui: taff. . Wo can't hurt Products of Kansas Arc Higher tlin mnnfrr mn!i. but VT5 CHIl MH" Tlmn IJofore the "Crime of ourselves. 1873" Up Gives Some Sound Auvlcp. 3 To JIakc Us All Millionaires. Tho editor of tho Kansas Star nskod Tho Now York Chambor of ComMr. George L. Douglass, of Wichita, merce has fought tho silvor horosy Kan., for his opinion of tho nsitation ably and efficiently sinco tho battlo in Kansas for "froo silvor at 1C to 1." began. Its lottcrs from business and 'llio following is a part of Mr. Doug- professional mon of both political lass's excellent reply : parties havo furnished tho most tell- -i Tho argument for scaling debts is so ing literaturo of tho campaign. O? thin that it should imposo upon no- all theso excellent papers none, perbody. It is said that tho mouoy nrico haps, has summarized moro briefly of many commodities (but principally nor moro accurately tho effects of freo wheat nnd cotton) has fallen coinago than a letter written by Mr. in twenty years; that thereby all dobls Richard Dcovcs, from which wo select havo beon in effect doubled ; nnd that tho following: to "ovon thinRS up" nnd "right tho "Is it not cloar that, with uulimitoi wrong of 1873" wo must roduco tho freo coinage, it would not tako long value of tho dollar about fifty per for us to reach National bankruptcy? cent, and thereby onablo ourselves to Is it not that iu it fow to pay our dobts with f tho short months tho mino and bullion amount of corn, labor, wheat or other ownors would tho country, floo commodity which is now required. to livo in opulenoo and luxury Tho worthlossncss of this arguraont abroad, leaving tho working people, has been demonstrated ft thousand thoir poor dupes, suffering for tho times. But if tho arguraont has any baro necessities of lifo? If ft dollar forco or weight anywhere, Kansas is bo only a token, why uso gold or silono of tho last places on earth whoro ver? Why not Btop coining motal it can bo honestly used. Why?" Be- into monoy, nnd havo tho Government causo tho great staplo product of Kan- start printing greenbacks, as papor sas is corn, not wheat or cotton. mouoy is bo much handler to carry wo raise, on nn average, nearly than gold or silvor? It would bo just flvo times ns much corn as wheat ; aud ns easy for tho Government to stamp for fivo years past tho ovorago prico of tho pioco of papor, 'Ono thousand dolcorn, in Kansas (which is tho prico that lars' as 'Ono dollar,' and wo would all interests farmers), has been moro bo millionaires in a short timo, especithan fifty por cent, hignor than it was ally tho man with tho 'pull.' Alumiin 1872, just prior to tho "crimo of num, ou account of its lightness, '73" which, those ngitators toll us would bo a splendid material out of ruinod tho farmer. The average prico which to manufacturo token dollars in 1872 was 22 cents. In 1895 it has for thoso who liko a motallio curronboon moro than doublo that. But, cy." with tho prcsont great crop prospect, a decliuo must, of course, bo oxpect-c- d Sliver Dollars on Storage. ; for supply nud domand rogulato tho prico of grain nnd tho chinoh bug Tho following from tho Philadelhas far moro to say about it than tho phia Times is oxcollent montal food "gold bug." for our freo and unlimitod coiuago Wns-'wb- .ich one-ha- lf solf-ovido- nt ono-hal- Be-cau- iM l'JUCES OP KANSAS ITtODCCTB. figuro owing to nn abnormal cause) tho prico of corn, in Kansas, from 1872 to 1877, ns shown by n statement sent mo by tho Stato Board of Agriculture, was: In 1872, 22 cts. ; in 1873, 31 cts. ; in 1875, 23.03 cts. ; in 1870, 23.31 cts. ; in 1877, 19.52 cts. ; tho avorago for tho fivo years boing 23.89 cents por bushel. For tho last fivo years tho nverago prico por bushel has beon : In 1890, 42.00 cts. ; in 1891, 31.48 cts. ; in 1892. 30.35 cts. ; in 1893, 27.50 cts. ; in 1891, 37.8G cts. ; an .tverago for tho fivo years of 31.45 cents; or fifty per cent, highor than it was twonty years ago. If reckoned in gold tho increaso Excluding 1871 tho "grasshopper year" (when corn wonttoan abnormal frionJs: "A count just taken shows that thero aro now stored iu tho vaults of tho United States Mint in this city 49,909,307 in round numbors, They ara of silver dollars. packed nwny just as thoy woro coinod nnd nil efforts to got them in circulaTho pcopla tion havo boon futile. Thoy aro willdo not want them. ing to tako tho papor certificates issued to roprosont thom, becauso thoso aro intorchangeablo with groonbacks and greenbacks aro rodoomablo in gold ; but tho silver dollars themsolvos tho Government has to keep, issuing in. their stead what is practically a gold currenoy of twico thoir value." 00 u "Confidonco and credit aro tho factors of American prosperity and progress. With confidonco tho spindles hum, tho furnaco is in blast, tho miner is nt work, tho farmer happy, labor has full employment, capital is active, and tho wheels of tho freight car aro perpetually rovolving. With confidence a business of incalculable maguitudo can got along with scarcely any currenoy. Without confidonco tho nvorago Kansas prico of 1874-75- . sovoral years past wheat has boon thero is not monoy enough in tho For vory low. But overy man who takes world to conduct the business of tho pains to investigate will find thnt United States. Chauucoy M. Depow. tho Our Monetary NcctR "What our people neod is good credit, good mouoy, good principles and sound business souse. Visionary schemes and dobasod monoy never yot made a Nation prosperous. Tho quality of tho money used in nny couutry is far moro important than tho quantity. Tho laws should bo drawn to protect tho mon who earn money. A mau who works faithfully and lives en his daily earnings should nover bo sacrificed for tho benefit of mou who livo on what thoy borrow." Hon. R. G. still greater. In 1892, 1893 nad 1891 tho Kansas farmer received thirty per cont. moro for hogs than ho got in 1872, 1873 and 1874 ; nnd, if reckoned in gold, nearly forty per cont. more. Oats last year (I sold somn uiysolf) .voro far higher thau the avcrago price of 1872 ; and tho liko is truo of other great products. Even wheat has latoly sold in Kausas up to within a fow conts of is Tho Factors ol Prosperity. d V Horr. "Well," says n Swodo who was how ho stood on tho monoy question, "von I havo gold I am a gold bug ; veu I havo silver I am a froo silver man, and von I havo no monoy at all I am a Pop." Hayes Confer (Nob.) askd Republican. Didn't Know It Was Loaded. fifty-cen- til - on. turning out nt dol- Tho silver crazo has toon its boat Its goiug out is as sad nud "Tho crimo of 1S73" just about lonesomo as its coming in was gay and Tho return of prosperity ruined tho couutry, but isn't it an as- breezy. tonishing fact that no ono found it and a magciflcont crop prospect havo knocked it silly. out uutil tweuty years afterwards? dayH, lars, and wo wouldn't got any. Tho great need of the hour is not cheap dollars but common sonse. Lot us sit down, onco nud for nil, on tho cranks and doinngoguo and ull thoir schemes; quithowliug; got dowu to business, aud try to earn soma ol tho i Springfield, Juuo 5th, 1S95. .'W, wSt'.i - - .fc v .,.- jWtKUaOT JT 1 ti j.i m iii .iimrr nTfT" r n -- J r ,i i ivrrr iff 1 if mii .) l ,'' " , "'" '" w ' , ' the different cities on the circuit th-- t y i: ! 1' k riders wh WANT CASH riUZES. are expected lo pick up any remarkably the professor's entire world. "An tatt? Mabel, too." she said. PROFESSOR'S CHERUB. sor. "Oh why of course, certainly. if display any aptitude to ride "Ah well Mabel will come to boo "Dls house." replied Mary, plainly you like." you." fast. In this way new recruits to the AFTER different teams nre being made conD WHEELMEN marveling nt his denseness. "Won' do 'less Mabel does too." "Uncle Art'ur's dood to me." coo'd HE PROFESSOR "Well ah Mabel's mamma wants "Oh," remarked the professor hum- Mary. "Let mo s'eep In he's bed, and I stantly. MUCH MONEY. dropped the letter, bly. kiss Mm." Business now plays such n pronnnen. her to stny here." which he had just part In inelng thnt even the race pro"Ha! Hum! Good morning," said the "Den I stay here too." He took her by the hand and led her rend for the sixth from room to room. She sniffed at the professor, retiring In the utmost con"And must Undo Arthur go homo The Prmont Sjntcm of Coiirrtllilo moters have been compelled to acced. rnclng men, ami time. He rose with kitchen and viewed her own little fusion. without his dear little girl?" l'rlrr Ioe Not Srnu to SutUfy Tlirm to the demands, of the lists hnve lmd After Hint, llttlo Mnrv siicnt much of In arranging their prize "No. Undo Art'ur stay here wld nervous energy and apartment with evident doubt. But The New Aork .Mm Jinn AnVn Soino to substitute gold nuggets and the nrofessor wafl nlimit tn return her time with Mabel Riker, and tho Mnry and Mabel." went to the winl'olutod lmtloti. professor's hours of studious retirement for the old time prizes of bisitting-rooah I'm afraid I can't do that." "Oh passing the door of to the dow. He gazed inMabel, and then cycles nnd medals. In order that tho were not greatly abbreviated. And he Mary looked first at to the street and his study, sho suddenly stopped. racing mnn can convert his trophlert was nlways glad when the child came nt the professor, her piercing eyes "Wants to do in dere," she Bald. chll d r e n saw pfr Into cash whenever he chooses to retlro trotting in nt mealtime with some new showing all their wonder nt the unrea"Oh, no." replied the professor, "I story bicycle races or children children professional. Each of the lead of Mabel's goodness. sonable obstacles In the way of her hapNINETY-NIN- the bicycle I.....turn . ranlni. ,... will PV1TV VCttT pHlOn everywhere chlld- - can't let little girls go In there." Mary," he said emphatically piness. "Yes, lift i..i.ft ,ian ...-"Den I cry," Bald Mary, now at Its aggregating In value from $S,000 to ,,ren, laugh ing, runnnlng, skipping and were an awful prediction. as if that one day, "she's tho best girl in the "Mary, dear." said Mabel softly, "you has been n Zimmerman, who is one or A. generally disporting themselves with X great mystery to the the mostA. "No, don't do that," answered her world." Mary treasured that astound- - must go home with your uncle, nnd noted racing men in the world. Little you every nay. ithe amiable Idiocy of youth. uncle, hastily opening the door; "wnlk Ing declaration and In the afternoon re- I'll come and seo general public. It Is said to have accumulated the nucleus "Won't do away from you. Won't "Whnt nn nnrth shall I do with it?" rlirht In " hns been so exten- of n small fortune while racing In th to Mabel: She did so, and, calmly surveying the marked dood to me; you'se best girl do away from Uncle Art'ur. Bofe dot sive, so widespread amateur ranks. Walter Hanger. John muttered the professor, drumming on "You'se or she det sick adalu to stay wld Mary the window with his eyeglasses. "What apartment, nodded her head. nnd so S. Johnson nnd Ilnrry Tyler, who nre de die." Hint no other branch now professionals, hnve also won prlzei tout It into my sister's head that I "Like dls room. I stay here."know." In "Oh,world." said Mabel; that's too anAnd tho black eyes became moist, Mary!" "Oh, you can't stay here, you would be the best person in the world of activity stamped valued nt thousands of dollars. In fact, say that." you while the lips quivered. The professor Of course she staid, and until supper much; say musn't "snort" has been ca the prises offered at tournaments nowto take care of her child? Why didn't dat. You'se best girl in do straightened up with a sudden snap. "Will pable of comparison with It. Amateur adays are nil of a character that can. her husband outlive her? Why did time sho worried the professor worse world; Uncle Arfur says you Is." hypothesis "It might bo managed to her bicycle racing has been like a huge and be converted into cash very readily. nebular I sho die? The whole thing has been thnn Lephice's Mabel, In n low tone, said he said. simply a plan to break up my hem! I ever had. She pulled down books, her eyes softening and her face color Intermlnnble procession. It would not The pure amateur raring man of to"How?" asked Mabel, softly. looked queer if It only occurred ocmean that. I suppose poor Jane mixed up papers, broke a pipe and up ing. day ha- - Insurmountable obstacle! t have don't "You como home with me for good casionally, like nn annual fete; hut to would have lived If she could. But. set a jar or tobacco, aucu mmgs nuu When llttlo Mary returned to her " never happened before in the professor's uncle she was bursting with eagerness as my wife have It going on everywhere without what am I to do with a They were both bending over tho stopping has excited general curiosity child in my bachelor quarters. I don't nnnetiini Imt In l.n nresenpfl of thaty to repeat Mabel's reply. Suddenly, where the moving force comes .Know, I'm sure. It aiotiBUoro were a mirthless midget with tho preternatur-allwhile tho old woman was pouring out child now looking into her eyes. As ns to says the New York Sua. There big city, perhaps it wouldn't be so bad. solemn countenance he felt power- some milk, the child exclaimed: the professor ceased speaking, Mabel's from, head bent lower, till her lips touched nre millionaires in tho country, bute But in a miserable little village like less. At supper the child asked for all "Uncle Art'ur, you'se hnndsome." enough to support In unremu-neratlvthis, where every one's business Is sorts of things that the professor sup"Howly murther!" cried tho old wom- Mary's cheek. The professor's head scarcely sport and idleness all the army be drivposed were poisonous to children, and an, spilling the milk. ho kissed her other check. sank till known to everyone else, I shall In the lips from tho pale of young ntnnteurs who hnve been all of which he promised to have en mad I know I shall." "Why why Mary!" ejaculated tho Then lifting their eyes meet. Rctnlillnir around the trncks nil over Mary face they let their As he stood gazing out of the win- houso the next day, provided dread professor. very aoftly put her hand In the country. In the name of the League would not carry out her one Mabel "You is. Mabel says you Is." dow across the short stretch of level the unand cry. "Wurra, wurra!" commented tho old his, bent to kiss tho child again, and of American Wheelmen, with Kreen lawn and over the snowy pickets threat finally that the were derstood restriction then woman, hastening out of the room. e came and But murmured: fence, he became of the well-keracing ns nmnteurs, nnd receiving the old "Wo shall go home together, dear." The professor said not n word, but aware of a face at a window of the next Mary flatly refused to allow professor forwoman to undress her. The supper W. J. Henderson, In New York Mall prizes In shapes which they were abhe ate heartily, and nfter house. bidden to sell or transfer, nnd hence nppanlroil lmt hn mnnnrred to get the smoked his pipe with uncommon zest. and Express. "Oh ttiptpv'" ovniaimiHl the nrofessor. solutely useless In a monetnry sense. garments off and to find In the When Mary visit Mabel the Anybody rending the reports of bicycle half aloud, "what will she think? I little stocked trunk a night dress. next day she went to with her a pretty poorly carried never spoke to her but once, and that Robed In the long white gown Mary box of races would be Immediately struck by Caur of I'olil Wur. bonbons for that young woman; of the promiwas at Mrs. Barbey's lawn party, where looked more than ever like a little on tho the continual occurrence J. G. returned she bore some JohnI was introduced to her. Then she said gypsy; but when, without a word if and when she plucked In Mrs. Rlker's manner Konvallnka,coldwriting nre pro- nent names. It was Zimmerman, and all waves In which 5t was a pretty sight, and I answered, warning, she dropped down on her choice berries son. Sanger nnd such every time The duced, says: fingers. garden by Mabel's own I COVlldn't help Von It InntraltUnrnin.' the time. Were these sons of millionknees before him and murmured In her last detail caused the professor to rewaves, blizzards and cold aires? Had they in their youth acquirTho It. She was so beautiful, and I was so prayer, he frain from eating the berries. He put winds, cold sweep language a little L. D. CAIJANNE. which now and competence, that they could amuse so modest jso something." or bashful or idiotic broken she might not bo so painful them away in a secret place, where they over this country, aro thethen thought natural re- ed a themselves as amateurs like the weal- overcome before he can hope to ntt&ln or a burden after all. But the end was were subsequently found, a lot of hard sults of certain causes, which have been thy swells who spend whole seasons Sneh true. Ever since It was quite Brewster, instructorPro- not yet. When he had retired some black pellets. How long this communi- carefully studied and nre clearly under- shooting pigeons or hunting? Wns thero a position In the rating world. Inter riders, who csn train only In the In hours later to his own bed and was enfessor Arthur so thnt they cation of spirits might have gone on stood. Th"se unwelcome visitors can to between their mathematics and astronomy at me deavoring to compose himself to sleep it is impossible to say, but it was In- be very elllclently stopped nnd barred a fund ride endow wheelmen nothing, nnd vnls nre compelled business occupations nil summer for could to personally sui-j- r Mottsboro High Academy, had been he became aware of the little figure terrupted In a way which brought out by suitable, means, nnd thus the so continue In good standing In the and A uronptitfxi tn Miss Mabel Riker he had clnnillnr hostile his nlllOW. essentially ranks of "gentlemen" ntnateurs? There vlse their own preliminary work, nrs at grave anxiety to the professor's heart. cllmute of this country very a disadvantage with men In the sanlo never dared to speak to her again. She "Why, Mary." he said, "whatever do One evening Mary was much paler than Improved. Tho writer of these lines Is such nn endowment fund, of a very clnss who have the care of an ellleleni street often and you want now?" liad passed him on the usual, and she complained of a pain in ventures to offer herewith a short different nature from whnt It would trainer and s tracks for prac3ind always greeted him with a pleasant "I lonely," she said. "Wants to sleep her head. sketch about this subject, which he naturally be supposed In Innocent good tice trials. A Hpeedy bicycle rider tOMlny .smile and a bow, but he had never wiv you." many In fnlth. The amount of money contrib"You've been playing too hard," said hopes may be of Interest to commnnds n good salary, the same at dared to do more than lift his hat awk"Oh, no," he said rather shortly In thn professor, his newly acquired this country. uted to the support of the amateur rac- an expert nceountnnt or a private secon. He would have his surprise, "that's quite out of the air of paternalwith wardly and hasten Our atmosphere consists of two prin- ing bicyclists must be very large, and retary. Fast bicycle riders nre as mueh wisdom. given a month's salary to find courago question." The upper re- la not given to them out of simple love In demand as competent men are for So ho sent her to bed early to her cipal strata or regions. ' to say something, and a year's for the Ho turned his back on her, hoping own bed. in which she had finally congion consists of the warm air heated different mercantile positions. A blcyclo audacity to join her in a walk. But he sho would return to her room. But a sented to sleep. But In tho silence of In tho tropics nnd moving towards the rider Is valued according to his ped. courage was not a pur- moment later he heard a meek little tho night she came to his side, crying polar ic(.'lons. while the lower part or realized that Tho crack raring men In clnss li comchasable commodity. sob. and turning again found that she and complaining of the pain. He found region consists of the cold air. cooled mand good salaries, averaging from She saw him at the window and had finally carried out her supreme her in a feverish state. The professor In the polir regions nnd returning to to $2,000 for the season of seven Into the threat and was crying. He tried to he was a man of decision In most things. tho tropics. smiled, whereupon he retired Thus, although we nre mouths, while the lessor lights rangroom with great celerity. Her smile angry, but something tugged nt his He promptly dressed himself, aroused located in the latitude of warm counfrom JI.OOO to M.JO0. always frightened him. It always made heart strings, and he reached out his the old woman, bade her sit by the tries, we live practically In the cold air The financial rating put upon rnclng him feel as if his heart had jumped arms and took her to his bosom, whero child, and went for the doctor. That of the northern polar region, which wheelmen Is due to the manufacturers. out of place. He had hardly Recovered she purred a minute like a kitten, and dignified person, on arriving, lokcd wise sweeps over this country. Itaclng men are considered good adverfrom his alarm when the aged woman dropped to sleep with the peace of a and said: tisements for blcycltj mnnufaeturer. While tho nlr of our atmosphere cirwho acted as housekeeper, cook and perfect trust on her queer little face. and It H due to this fact that the best "I am afraid she's In for the measles culates remilnrlv as mentioned, it Is general servant In his small cottage But the next day the trouble began of the L A. W. Myers have become subor the scarlet fever or else bilious also subject to great dlstrubances by "knocked at the door and on entering again. It made Itself known In the fever. It Is really Impossible to tell at tho everchnnglng position of the sun sidized by the trade, the germs of morning mail, which was unusually this stage." Innortilated lnt the amasaid: during the various seasons of the year. bulky. The professor sat down in his "There's a mon here wld a child." teur ranks nnd the racing situation He gave explicit directions as to treat- In this tho polar regions play the most placed In a most chaotic stale. The rid"Oh, Lord! It's come," said the pro- study, while Mary gravely watched him ment nnd promised to call ngain In tho Important part. i ers employed on the different ten mi fessor, the presplratlon starting out on from the olive seclusion of a patriarchal forenoon. When he did so he shook his commencDuring the spring months, f agree when contracting to ride for til his brow. chair hitherto devoted to his exclusive head nnd said: ing with the first part of February, a k He went down to the sitting-roomanufacturer to compete only nt such use. He wiped his glasses, glanced fur"Professor, this child needs a wom- grent area of land In the northern polar meets as nro designated bythelr employand there he found the express mes- tively at the unreasonably silent child an's care." region) beregion (or Arctic ers, and not to accept any inducement senger. The professor did not dare to and opened the first letter, which read "I I suppose you are right. But comes exposed to sunshine, which from other linns. I do? She will not allow warms the air there and causes It to take his eyes off the man lest they thus: what shall obIn nil departments of sport the Inshould fall on the queer bundled-u- p Dear Prof. Where did you get It? my cook to come near her." extinnd nnd to nush out with consider tense rivalry that exists between olutu B. Murchlson. T.ot n nrnfosslnnnl nurse." ject on the sofa. Yours truly, produces tho vioable force. This and corporations Interested In the ad"Professor," said the messenger, "Hum!" muttered the professor, "im"There are only two in town and lent storms, cold waves, blizzards and vancement of certain machines and athF. J. TITUS, "here's the kid, safe an' sound. pudent young rascal! Now he's grad- they aro both young and well, yoii cold winds, which now nnd then occur letic goods Invariably results in the TJrought 'er all the way myself. She's uated ho feels safe. I shall ignore him. know I I live here alone." and generally prevail during the of seeing the Hport go on, or ns an elee- leading amateurs receiving remunerashe is. Her trunk Is in Then he opened the second letter: a "Well, sir, you must manage It some- spring months. we get the big- mosynary fund, to enable lively wheelThus performances. In this retion My Dear Professor "What In the how." the wagon. Wot'll I do with 't?" gest invasion of the unwelcome visitors men to retain their health by keeping spectfor their is the mot prominent. For cycling "Bring it up and put it in the small world will you do with It? Yours truly, open air. It Is contributed by the went away, leaving the from the Arctic region. In the The doctor Mary Aline Harrison. nnd Is paid with the past five years the lending blcyclo professor much disturbed. A few minToom When we compare the weather nnd bicycle manufacturers, to the bicycle men who have followed racing have, in loudly, utes later the old woman Informed him out of the room While the man was "Bless my soul!" he exclaimed sufficient directness of the corresponding authe 1 A. the professor walked to the empty fire- "that girl is a young minx. I shall ig- that Miss Riker was at the kitchen door temperature, spring months, wo find a racing amateurs In order to keep the direct violation of theofrules ofopposition tumn and little sport boiling nnd tho manufacturing V. nnd In the faco place and stood gazing Into it, painfully nore her also." With somo hesitation Inquiring about Mary. The professor very interesting contrast. In tho tlllMlnfH.il llvi'lv. from that body, received snlarles for aware that his every movement was he opened the third letter: felt that he ought to answer such an month or September, when me position k you are Inquiry In person. two Racing men. with a few exceptions of riding different mnkes of bicycles. Bolemnly observed by Dear Prof essor Brewster: As day's length nro I'oniilnnnpsM. an. In fnct. iirofes.iionals. The condition of nffalrs with th eyes. He could not have told how he a bachelor, and cannot be supposed to "I am much troubled," ho said, "for of the sun and the In tho month as they were black; but he was mor- know much about the care of children, tho doctor thinks Mary ought to have about tho same hardly venture out of whipping the jrofesslonal devil around knew of ally certain of It. The man returned you will, I am sure, not take it amiss a woman's care, and she will not toler Mnrch, we can of the cold winds nnd the stump by taking their pay In varidoors on account deposited It in the that I, a widow, as you know, venture ate the cook. ous methods whldi Is plain enough dewith the trunk and iron to offer you a word or two or nuvice. ception In the face of any honest Inter"Yes, so the cook told me." answered inclement weather. small room beside a brand-neIn October we enjoy the beautiful pretation of the word amateur, but "Upon my word!" exclaimed the pro- Mabel. After a minute's hesitation she bedstead. "That's all 0 K, professor," said the fessor, hastily glancing at Mary, who added: "I think Mar would let me time known as tho Indian summer, which the League of American Wheelwhile in February at tho time corres- men wink at. They make their living l.nkp p.irp nf her." man, pocketing certain bills. "I hope was still solemnly watching him. poHe read the letter through, and was you'll like the kid, for she's a "I am sure she would." declared the ponding In day's length and sun's bit- out of racing bicycles. They work hard for It. nnd they get It. by tho number or suggestions professor warmly. "Thut Is, of course, sition we are just In tho midst of a dazed W The presence nt Asbury Park recently man s about flannels, stockings, shoes, bed- if if it were possible." ter and merciless winter. A strange intonation in ine of an aggregation of rnclng wlieelron not to the professor the reason Is this: think i$ voice caused dismal silence to tremble. ding, baths, food and drink, that he bel"Isoftly. it might be done," said Ma- The months, while thoDuring tho Arc- who make a business of following bifor several speak of the calm assertion air in There was a cycle racing from the spring until the ought to have a woman to take care "Do you? How?" minutes, and then a tic region cools and contracts, we en- fall, with no visible means of support expression of the child, and the writer's "Let her come to our house." treble voice said: joy the benefit of the prevailing southrevenue that they must of regret that socinl customs would not "Is you my Uncle Arthur?" "But would your mother be willing?" ern winds and the descent of the balmy outside of the naturally arouses curiosity as professor started, turned, and permit her to visit him nnd give him "Oh, yes; she sugested it; she's very warm air of tho upper region, which in derive, bicycle racing Is conducted In The to how If the professor had fond of Mary." found the eyes looking up at him. There her assistance. Its travel from south to north touches bithey were as black as been a vain man he might have susyou the bottom, that Is, descends to the this country. Tho development of was no mistake; "Ah, yes; It is extremely good of cycle racing has attracted widespread only a crow's wing. So was the hair that pected the writer's motives, but he and your mother. I'll speak to the earth's surface before It fully reaches attention, nnd the frequent reduction of hung In tangles around the olive brow. wondered at her effontery. Letter after doctor about it." tho polar region. records has made It one or me leaning "Oh, thank you!" exclaimed Mabel. The lips were red enough, and the teeth letter the professor opened, and every A much more Interesting contrast Is Bports of the day. eyes were one was about Mary. white enough; but those "How good I mean you well please found, when wo compare tho climate The League of American Wheelmen "That precious express agent took let me know what the doctor says." dreadful. of this country with that of Italy and nre tho sole adjudicators over bicycle "I am your uncle, Mary," he said, good care to spread the news," he reAnd sho departed In some haste and other southern counties of the old racing, but this branch of cycling, feebly. flected. in evident confusion. As for the pro- world. There in Lombardy, oranges, which was originally taken up ns a "Mamma said you'd be dood to me. Then ho looked at Mary, or rather at fessor, he would have worshiped her citrons, figs, olives, rice nnd other means of recreation, has, through the Mamma's dead." tho olive chair, for Mary had disap- more than ever, had that been possible. products grow in richest Instrumentality of the lengue, been Tim iinptnr camp ncaln. and consented abundance. There was a queer monotonous pathos peared. But Lombardy Is locnted made a means of llvllhnod for racing HARRY MADDOX. he exclaimed, to the removal. Indeed, he urged that 4 to 5 degrees further north than New men. "Good gracious!" In tho speech. The professor felt a new racing department of the L. A. W. Is was; "where hns she gone?" emotion. He did not know what it tho child be taken to the Riker house York, which is under the same latitude Racing under tho Lengue of American He called, but sue mu not answer. at once, for ho himself was at a loss to nn Nnnle.s nnd Southern Italy, where Wheelmen Is now conducted on precise- such that it is extremely difficult to find but it made him bend down and lay tho racing ranks. A his hand gently on the child's head, as Ho went Into tho next room, but she cope with tho disease witnoui a wom- vyo find n land of everlasting summer, ly the same lines as tho meetings of the a pure amateur In up blcyclo racing no was not there. He looked Into the an's help. So Mary was very carefully whllo hero in New lorK we must he said: National Trotting Association. Circuit novice who takes sooner accomplishes something creditkitchen, but the old woman declared wrapped in blankets and "Uncle "I'll be good to you, Mary." six months of winter with Its cold meets are arranged, and the various road either not "Den take off my flngs." that tho "blessed llttlo dlv'l" had pro- Arthur" carried her to tho llttlo bed waves, the murderous blizzards and no teams with their trainers travel from able upon delugedthe truck or tho offers with tempting prepared for her. town, taking than he Is ThlB was more than the professor had been near her. Upstairs went the which had been city to city and town to green trees by the first of May. representatives of tho bargained for, so he called tho old fessor in great haste, loudly calling for IC "I don't I don't know how to expart in all the lending races, nnd follow- from themanufacturers for him various to rlilo Why should we not enjoy such a bicycle bo Mary. He tried to reason with himwoman. But the child refused to press my gratitude to you, Miss Riker," ing no ostensible employment but rac- their respective wheels. A big aggrega climate hero as In Italy? Italy ing. League of Ameilenn Wheeltouched by her. self that ho ought to rejoice In her he said, with feeling; "the child has beA and class J! rulers Is In enjoys tho protection of the Alps, a men The "Do 'way," she said, with a most sudden disappearance and hope that come very dear to me." when they ndonted a clnssllled tion of clnss expression; "do way. Wants sho never, never would return, but his professor," range of mountains, which very elll- system, supplied the means for making the employ ft of the trade. man rldlllir a malignant "Don't apeak of gratitude, Tn linvi. crnctt rnelnir Don't arguments could not hold their ground Baid Mabel, frankly extending her clently bar out the sweep of the cold bicycle racing a business. Uncle Arthur to be dood to m of bicycles Is deemed an northern winds. In this lies the secret want ole woinans. I scyatch ole against that new thrill of anxiety which hand; "I love Mary." Every leading manufacturer supports certain make iirm, proffered hand of Italy's paradlsean climate. Here In a racing tenm of from three to six men excellent advertisement ior the flrnw got possession of his heart. He womans." had Tho professor took the account tho various nothing but race. nnd on thisleading Moses! Would yez hearlc went out of tho house and called loudly: and they stood gazing silently at one tho United States wo miss the protecThese men do "Modher o' class A nnd II riders bid for the a range of high mountains. ni tion of "Mary!" to dhot?" anothei tilt Mabel Beemed suddenly to Insteadsuchthese wo have in the north for which they are paid a regular of with such persistence that some of the of They are engaged in the spring "What you wants?" came the shrill recover consciousness, drew her hand The professor was fain to make an men deilve very comfortable Incomes. of level attempt to take off the "fings." He answer from the other sldo of the fence. away and went about her duties as and west an endless stretch northern the year and sent South to train. They Tho L. A. W., which Is nt the hend ot comfortably seated nurso with bright eyes. At night Mnry land, treeless prairies, the In the South, prebravely and got tho point of struggled Fpend several months There was Mary, the bicycle Interests In this country. Is a pin In his finger, which drew from In Mabel Rllwr's lap, while the girl became delirious. Sometimes she called lakes and tho vast expanse of Hudson's paring for the circuit of races that opens indirectly responsible for the fnct that the cold northern taeh jear on Decoration Day. Aftor thu affectionately patted her tangle of for Mabel and sometimes for "Uncle Bay, over which g hi m a rude expression. amateur riders waves and blizzards ordeal of training they como North nnd sincere, I the "Pin tick?" gravely Inquired Mary. black curls. Ar'tur." She told Mabel over and over winds, with cold nro compelled to compete In tho nmn sweep unrestricted fury. Theso then go through the system of booking stamas gravely answered the "It did," "Oh ah yes I beg pardon," again that she was the best girl In tho class with men who have no ostensible winds are confined on the engagements for the Fenson, like professor. mered tho Professor; "you see well-- she world, because "Uncle Ar'tur" said she cold north by business, nnd race as an occupation. Rocky Mountnins. the troupes. Every racing team has "Well, you rausn't Bay no naughty went away when I was not look- was; and she told the professor that he west sldo eastto spread out travel n trainer, words," continued Mary, "or you can't ing." was handsome, because Mabel had so This onuses themand thus sweep over a manager and throughout who season. BASEBALL PERSONALS. like fan the team go to heaven. My mamma's dere. I "I quite understand your anxiety, decided. And thero was much confu- wardbroad anrea or level land of the with lacing season opens Inthe May nnd The wish I was." professor," replied Mabel, n pretty sion In two anxious minds. In the the Pitcher Abbey, late of Chlcngo, has the cold, And then the llttlo black head fell Hush mounting to her cheeks; "I should courso of time, however, the disease United States. This produces generally terminates late In October, and during been signed by Brooklyn. campaign the teams travel North. youthful nature dry western winds, which a tear or two fell. the forward and be anxious If I were in your place. passed Its climax, and Can the Chlcagos hit the ball? Ask East, South and West. Tho burning waves of prevail In this country. triumphed. Professor Arthur Brewster looked She's such a sweet child." has faced to calculate how much nny pitcher who captaining them.Minnea It Is difficult uncomfortable at the old woman for the "I wonder if she's making gamo of fever broke and rolled backward, leavWilson Is now mother-in-laupon theso bicycle No more to jeer the money is expended moment. Then ho motioned her to go. me," thought the professor. Then ho ing tho pale face paler than ever with apolis tenm In plnco of Purry Worden. His pen In gall ho soaks, when sho peeped teams oach year, but the manufacturers of black, shining Sho obeyed, but Rockford, H makShort said: "Now, Mary, you must come Us startling contrast But still keeps on his evil work pay enormous sums. Tho transportation ing qultoStop Inks, of through tho keyhole a moment later homo; you musn't bother Miss Riker." eyes, nnd tnngled raven hair. After a He is a wondera roputatlon. and wheels, d "New Woman" jokes. And writes tenderly tako the of the teams, attendants was convalescent. she saw tho professor In "Oh, but sho doesn't," exclaimed time, llttlo Mnry bending eentiy over a big item. ful thrower. N. Y. World. to hotel bills, mnkes his arms and g mite Then tho professor, Hnwley, of Pittsburg, hns hit twenty-on- e Tho mnnagrra of the different teams all iiola It closo to his breast, where tho Mabol. her said: men Cn the games he has pitched ngentn stay here," said Mary. "Wants to and my dear little girl shall ! Every man is the architect of his own net in the capacity of enrollmentvisits to thlo season. tears ceased to flow sway. the unnatural "Let me keep her a llttlo while," go"Tomorrow firms. In their Appius Claudius. fortune. for the different J home again." gravity resumed its pleaded Mabel. She could have kept "J wants to soe house," said Mary. "What house?" inquired the profes- CI-A- bS in r dki-mon- ds n E I ' - li.-00- 0. brond-gaug- ed satis-faction- ," "Oh-h-h- ," three-year-o- ld pt bed-tim- tlrst-cla- $8.-0- 00 - ", V Jim-dand- y, coal-blac- w jim-dandy- ." nu-tu- high-pitch- ed semi-tropic- al eii-du- ro par-adlse- an sal-nr- y. hnrd-workln- the-ntrlc- nl -- nd-de- rvpsy-lookin- -- i , ft " ry,r- - - AsrJiz?L 4$ -- )?? . A. M , ."W, , J - fatvoj- - .j,U - a w diiMi-WEEKL- War Tay DAnks for spectacle;. A NBW V 4 ( A young woman of Salina, Kan., has FROM NEW YORK Use "Guano" ou your wheat and grain. been sued by a merchant for breach of corn, oats, It pays 100 per cent. V. II. Wearen A promise. Stanford, Kv.,- - Auciust 27, 1895 All kinds ofJ.feed such as & Co. H. Baughman Ac, for salo. Co. A Lexington man has sued hie wife ! A for divorce because she donned a suit of TiiEUB la nothing like our now dress Mrs. Duddbiiar's millinery window is E. C. Walton, Business Manager goods and new clothing. Hughes & Tate. quite an and exposed herself on tbe exhibition of artistic arrange- his clothes street. Says Good Will ba Cheap this For the latest styles aud lowest prices ment. An irate father at Glarksville, Tenn., Fall, and Orders a Out Deckklmann is uneurpaaaed aaoro-nair- or in Fall Bults call on Jesse D. Wearen. ForSalk. A good family horse, gen- shot his new a short while afTbe of watches and lewelrv. on His Stock. tle, kind and true, harness or saddle; 6 ter the marriage, because ho didn't ask Tbe work ia done well and promptly. First arrivals of Fall and Winter cloth- years old. R. R. Noel. stock of watchee, novelties and jewelry his consent. & he will take pleaaure In allowing you la ing for men and boys at Hughes The marriage of Mr. T. O. Bell, of St. Denis Hotel, 1 Let eyery member of tbe Christian complete, wpII aelected and Bt very low Tate's. . t Broad waj and Eleventh Sts., the Georgetown Times, to Mies Frances prices. At Penny' Drug Store. i church be at tho called meeting there at Tub Lincoln county Teachers, associaMoore of that city, will occur at half New York, Aug. io, 'g$. ) 10 o'clock Wednesday. tion will meet at Crab Orchard, Aug. 31, past three o'clock Wednesday afternoon, PERSONAL POINTS. Dear Friend Harris: at 10 o'clock. clothing just receiv- Sept. 4th, at the new Christian church Fall lino of boyp' Mit. T. M. Pknsinotos, of Mlddlea- ed at Shanks'. Any style and quality there I am delighted The Libarty Fair begiua to morrow Mn.l n n.li.n rtnn 1.A fMiml tllhrA. boro, la with old (Honda here. The building of tho Columbia AthMh. John A. Hicioims, of Richmond, and lasts three days. Lincoln will send with the Metropolis; it is a won- - , is vieltlnR hla brother, W. II. IliftRins. a big delegation down. To those who owe us we now say this letic Club at Roby, Ind., was burned to derful commercial center, and this J. 11. Burton Is meaaurlnR calico Bt is our last call. We must have the mon the ground. Wk send out tno extra pages with this hotel is a beauty and very spaA St. Joseph, Mo., merchant drank Shanka' and uses the loiiRer yard stick. ey and will expect you to heed this noacid, stepped into a bath tub cious; judging from the throng and Ashley M. issue, which our readers will find con tice. Hughea & Tate., carbolic Miea Badik Lillar" tains much interesting matter. . and shot himself to death. Llllard have returned from Mt. Sterling. which continually crowd the lobby Jambs Fryk is ofierlng some great barThere are in the United States 2,000 Miss Martha Paxtom Rout la the Zkioi.br shoes are the most stylish, one would suppose that it could guest of Mlaa Uelen Taylor at Huston-vill- moat comfortable, most durable aud gains in dry goods that ho extracted from daily and nearly 15,000 weekly newspaaccommodate all the people of great Specker Bros' failure. Don't pers, with some 3,000 other regular pub therefore the cheapest, Get a pair at the buy until you seo tbem. Danville. Kiirmbb, of Louisville, is Shanks'. such as monthlies, quarterlies, lication, Mrs. 0. W. etc. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Say, old boy, it pays a fellow Owi.so to a coulliut witn the Knox Hon. Joiin I). Fools, of Lebanon, will Tbe Alabama lumber companies and Harris. county fair, tho date of the debate at big to come here instead of buying address the democracy of Lincoln at the UP. W. Gbbbn and King Huston loft for gubernatorial can- turpentine distilleries who cut govern, Sept 0. So the democratic London between the goods at home. Not only do we 10 toppy horses Atlanta yesterday with didates haa been changed from the Gth ment timber aro to be sued for the value campaign committee advises Chairman get much lower prices, but you trees, which is estimated at near of tbe and mares. to the 7th. ly $500,000 Susan Withers und Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dawson. Mrs. have the best and the finest to A stark from the kitchen cbimney Henry S. Haines, vice president of W. L. Withers are visiting Mrs. G. M. The members of the Christian fell on tbo roof of Mr. I. M. Bruce's resmake your selections from. the Plant system, has been appointed Smith in Whitley. church are requested to meet at the it waa soon In a commissioner of We are scouring the market d the Pbok. E. B. Hitciiik, the now princl church Wednesday morning at 10 o'clk. idence Saturday and and we feel sure that our stock Orchard High School, All tho members are earnestly request- blaze, but waa discovered and extin Southern States Freight Association at a pal of the Crab guished without giving the fire alarm. salary of $15,000 a year. was here Saturdar. when complete will be the finest, ed to bo prosent. Missus Sallix Ue.ntlky and Kva as plenM ki.onh w ero never as cheap or best selected, and lower in price NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. attended the conductor's picnic at The clerks aru sighing to think that tiful. We saw a merchant buy a wagon than any that was ever shown in next Friday evening ends the early clos load of tttuteloupta yesterday at I cents Lebanon Junction. ' Sin Knioiit A. A. McKinnby and wifo ing arrangement and that thereafter they a pier nnd auother had three good sized our thriving little city, and if we Saturday to attend the K. T. trionnial will have to keep tho stores open as long WHteimulous marked all for a nickle. loft don't largely increase our business as a customer la in sight. conclave at Boa ton. there will be something wrong I will leach during the tenlon ol Walton'b Opera House has fewer at- .Ai heretofore Mua. Lccikn Ueckkrk, of Frankfort, A killed Jaa. Mar- tractions booked for tho coming season our Common S:htol, tcginainc Sept. 2, tbe higher Horace Woods, who with the intelligence and lrugality branches, Latin, Algebra, etc. iis the guest of her cousins, Missea JenCHAS. H. HOLMES, tin in Garrard lust Christmas, waa given than ever before. Usually tho booking that has heretofore characterized nie and Marie W arren. Palnclpil City School. three years after a trial which lasted four is done in tho Summer time, but not so 50 it Mrs. T. A. Rice returned to Louisville days. He Danville buyers. deserved a much heavier sen- - this year, and either we aro going to Saturday after six weeks' stay with relaEvery thing here indicates the j tenco and would doubtless havo gotten have n dull season or be afllicted with tives and friend here. it, but for the fact that Martin was a "ilybynights." return of good times, and am govMils. M. J. Joii.NWh and Mr. John L. Saturday very bad man. erned by our purchases according- : : I Johnson, of Casey, were here . Special Train. The L. & X. will run professionally. to see Dr. Price iy. Al Fields' Minstrels will open this a special train from Junction City to Mrs. Delhi and Miaa Minnie Delph. week in Cincinnati with a radical change London ou Saturday, Sept. 7th, for tbe Sixty Acre Farm Near Stanford. Give my regards to Cap, and all wifo and daughter of Conductor Delph, of presentation. None of tho old timo benefit of those who wisb to bear'Gen. Will be (old at public auction without retetve inquiring friends, and sell the balare visiting Mrs. J. 0. Florence. business called "end men's gags" will be Col. Bradley speak. It will Ou 21, ance of our spring goods, even if spent the introduced. The comedy business will Hardin and Mr. W.S. Myers, who has leave Junction City at 8 a. m. and arrive At Summer with hla children at Crab Orch be presented us a drama. This will not at London at 10:45 a. m. Returning, the on a o'clock in the alterncon, at dwelling house you suffer some loss, as we must the premise. Situated near Stanford and Lanfor Kansas City ard, leavea dispense with the singing and dancing. train will leave London at 4:30 r. M. and caster pike, on Dlx River, lertile and in a high have every inch of room for our fall oi culti.atlon. it a comlortable Miss Ellen Hallo u, with her brother, An interesting feature will be tho illus- arrive at Junction Citv about 7. Tho statehouse, cood barnHaa enall othernecessary dwell out-ing and and winter stock. Victor, went to Cincinnati yesterday to tration of sougs by means of pictures. builJlD(fi, fine orchard and many kinds ot amal rates will be 1J fare for the round trip. fruits aod bcrnea. Plenty cf good water. In a .. a specialist. Expect to be home about the havo their eyea treated by mm neighborhood, near church and achcol. The L. Jc X after trials aggregating in Several women who pretend to be Terms One third cash.balanc. in sand a years. Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Grimes and daugh. latter part of next week, and hope M. SPKED PEYTON. So ter, of Elizabethtown, arrived Saturday length of over a week was fined $100 at foreigners are working the State and this finds you as well as it leaves at Mrs Lebanon for violating tbe long and short catching suckers on all sides. They go to complete the family Public Salo us. I am haul law aud $500 for discrimination. At to houses and ofler lace for sale, which Martha Grimes'. Virginia the last court it was mulcted $500 for tbey claim bos been smuggled into this LAND, STOCK & CROP. Yours Very Truly, Mm. Mary Bowman abd Miaa Bowman returned with Miaa Josephine extortion. It has now been fined in all country and which they say ia worth J. L. FROHMAN. Reld from Danville and are now guests of the three clasaes of caaes, of which 2.60 a yard in Europe. They eell it for Having determined to go West, I will, on there are 15 indictment each, and an 50 cent or $1 yer yard, and tell your forat Mr. Foreatus Reld's. Miss Eddie! Adams, who is the guest appeal hia been taken. Judge J, W. Al tune incidentally in the bargain. After SATURDAY, SEPT. 21, 1895 of Mrs. J. II. Yeager, spent several daya corn doea not think the court of appeals they have gono, the purchasers soon Sell to the highest and best bifdei our home of cosd, land containing about G3 with her mother at Crab Orchard Springs. will sustain the verdicts, but that the L. learn that they could have bought better Acres, well watered, good orchard and all necessary outbuildings, on good pike six miles & N. will win all Blong the line. She says there were 75 guests there. lace of the merchants in town at from G Stanfrrd, i mile from lurnersville, I mile lrom from . and church and i miles from C. S Mrs. Hugh Rkid have rea yard. Dr. and Light. It is pain- to 8 centfl K K depot , Afraid or an Akc turned from an extended visit to Brook- ful to Bee how exceedingly (ar out of tho We will alto sell 3 horses t mule, fancy harness mare, 7 milk OF A LOCAL NATURE. lyn, N. Y. While there thoy took in the swim our clever neighbor, Lancaster, is. cows and calves, 6 yearling steers, a heifers, 3 feeders weighiog about 1.000 lbs., 15 or ao acres coast. numerous resorts along the sea One hundred coke ovens will Btart growing corn, also farming implements, household Instances of tho fact are constantly ocMr. Ben V. Smith, secretary of tho curring. An especially ludicrous one at Pinevlllo, employing S00 men. and kitchen furniture. Terms. -- Land will be sold cash in hand He Somerset Fair, was here Sunday. It. P. Earlea has been appointed and balance in one and two years, with interest at From the Specker Bros. & Co., Cincinnati Failure Consisting ot? a few night ago, wben a young was that Personal property, ?5 and under cash 5 per cent. tulnkB the fair next week will be the CaBey county. man of that place, of the strawberry postmaster at Attereon, in hand, over that amount a credit with good note banner ono in tho history of the associaConfederate veterans will have a big until Jan. t, '96, without interest. blonde type, one who holds himself M E. and I. L. GOODS. tion. II T Bush, Auctioneer Turnersville, Ky. beyond most ordinary picnic In Madison county September 12 Dk. A. D. and W. W. Blain, of Grhnt posted rather Mm. Joseph Bryant, of Whitby of Blooming-to- n. mortals, drove over with his girl and arcounty, Bnd Robert Blain, He got as far as county, gave birth to twins. Tho fathir 111., spent Boveral dajB last week rived hereafter dark. 7 ou Lancaster street, ia 70 and the mothor is Go. with their grandmother, Mra. Robert the railroad crobMug Middlesboro baby The name of and seeing a bright light at tho depot, -:G COLLEGE, Blain. supposed it to be the headlight of an en has been changed from Wat Hardin to Flannels, Ginghams, Sheetings, Towels, Table Linens, Crashes Mh. H. T. Bush was in bis glory dur Andrew JackBonby its disgusted father The goods are lower than you will buy them later and 'tis Hustonvillo, Ky. ing the convention. Ho was man of nil gine, and the coaches of the K. C. being Mr. R. M. Mouser, of this place, work at church and hall, but he never between him and tho depot, it was a A Home. writes from Riley that his father, John voting Udici,chool for the higher education oi waitcombining the comlorts aud refining seemed to loan sight of a little widow rather natural conclusion. After Friday, aged nearly influences ol a Christian Homo with thorough inT Mouser, died there struction in all the elements that enter into the Covington, who waa much too ing ;!0 minima for the train to pull out, SI years from education ol a cultured Christian woman. The some one rnmu Hlong and informed the young to bo Gray. Henry l'olloy, who in March, 1S02, next annual session of this old, well known nd Littlk Mahy, daughter of Mr. and backwoodsman that it was only an arc assisted in tho killing of Jake Asher. of popular insti utiou ' light that hit saw. To buy now. Mrs. W. B. McRoberta, entertained 40 the ABhor Lumber Company, and was Will Open Monday, Sept, 2, 1895, from 6 to 7 v. m. Friday in littlo girls Did Hk Run on Not? During tho sentenced to 21 years in the. penitentia- With a full corps oflnitructors In all departments. Literary and Scientific, Mutic, Art, Normal and honor of her visitor. Littlo MisB Virginia Christian convention Inst week, there ry, baa been pardoned. Commercisl Hoard tuition and music for term oi Robinson, of Louisville. Thore wero blew into town a handsome young fellow Central University at Richmond ten y Weeks J85 For Catalogue address It. J PIN KERTON. President, lots of good things to eat and tho little of dudish appearance, with a profusion proposes to distribute freo scholarship io 47 Hustonvllle, Ky. ones had the biggest kind of a time. of hair, und the boys buy, an excessive each of the 119 countieB in Kentucky Rioiit Eminent Sm Wahrkn LaRuk amount of gall. It is charged that he and authorizes tbe county judgeB to Thomas, deputy grand master of the made himself obnoxious to several ladies make the appointments. OF Grand Encampment of tho United Statoa ho didn't know and displayed a freshness Silver JJovelties. The Berea fair declared 12 per cent triformerly of Danville, baa gone to the that showed he was a good victim (or dividend. N. B. Deatherage was ap A VALUASLS BLUE ennial conclavoat Boston, where ho will practical joke. Thinking that ho could pointed administrator of the estate of I will on the premises en be chosen to 1111 for the next three be worked by an appeal to hia vanity, a T. S. Moberley, which will aggregate highest Masonic position in young man told him that a young lady $100,000. Richmond Register. yearn the 18, America. Tom Maya, a preacher, charged Offer at public sale the valuable tract of land in Spectacles, was very anxious to meet him. Ho bit on the turnpike at once and an engagement waa made for with assaulting one of the females of ,Garrard County, Ky., Lexington, knownroad "theif CITY AND VICINITY. as from Danville to Imitation Cut Glass, ilock in Knox county, Tenn., was Camp Dick Robinson Farm.' The Saturday night. Dressed in best suit of hia ahoea at Shanks'. 'holer clothes and his hair arranged to a nicety, captured by Chief of Police Turner at Farm Contains about 335 Acres, glass. he sallied forth with hia betrayor. Tho Middlesboro, who also captured Tom DaNKs' imitation cut from Big Stone And is one of the very best and richest tracts of house selected was the ono belonging to Beck the negro murderer land in the State of Kentucky. It is See DankB' shirt waist sets. on Somerset Btroet, grass land and is in a bigd Mr. Vandoveer hemp, Fancy China. -- Superintendent W.J. Murphy, of state oftabacco and cultivation. which ia unoccupied. Seeing that it was at Danks'. Stbhlino Trilby hearts tho Cincinnati Southern, la having the " not lighted, the victim began to emell a It Is Well Fenced, If' main tracka of his division ballasted banquet lamp at Danka mouflo and refused to go inside tho gate. Bkautikul In contemplation With the very best post and ralliog, nearly new with crushed Btone and in good repair The dwelling house contains While tbe man who wob leading him to of the travel during the Atlanta exposi- uu or twelve rooms. It has recently been remodVtn.tnv wliftnt drillB. FfirrlB it II ar- AND the slaughter went into investigate, a eled and Is in every respect a comforable, modern din- tion. Ho ia also rapidly putting in the dwelling house, In a Gnu state ot preservation, masked battery opened up and right . Will soil gaBolino atovea at coat. W. hero tho statements conflict. Tho boys block svstem. Harrison Lewie, colored, who last IN SPLENDID REPAIR.VERY ATTRACTIVE H. Wearen & Co. Bay that they never uaw audi running Friday killed Joseph Brooks at SpringNo more comfortable or more desirable home, of Fall and Winter goodB in their life as the young fellow did, but field, was taken from the jail there about either for stock or agricultural purposes, can be First arrivals loundin Central Kentucky. he averp that ho stood hia ground and 2 o'clock yesterday morning, presumably at Hughea & Tate's. told thorn in language more forcible than by a mob of blacks, and hanged in the It is Conveniently Located on Fine DEALER IN- Bio lino of cook stoves, stool Ranges, polite what be thought of them, The courthouso yard. He was a brother of Turnpikes and is well Watered & Hardin's. they followed him to tho hotel fact that Ac, at FarriB Matthew Lewis, now in the Louisville From never failing Springs that seem to be abso 'charged with as- lutely inexhaustible, with t.oughs attached will candles and abuBed him rather (proves that tho jail for Fresh stock cakes, crackers, boys got the worat of it, as otherwise they waicr 300 head oi stock In driest seasons. There ,J saulting Mrs. Murray Shield. p'wi Ti are several good outhouses, a Urge, new tobacco and fmltB. HlgglnB & McKlnney. would have been willing to rest on the barn that will hold 30 acres of tobacco, and three houses. Dr. Jos. Iiallou .baptized a convert tenement Is not only on good turnpikes, but of Craig & Hockkb handle the cheapest laurela of tho (chase. The young man The land bt ml whoso name is Mr. J. C. Thompson, and at Antioch Sunday. He tells ua that eisy access to the Q. C, L. & N. ao d L. S. rail rrt T ll and beat line of painta ou tho market. . ways, and to Danville, Lancaster, Bryantsville who formerly lived in Harrodsburg, but and Rlddell are holding lUrrodsburg and Lexington, your Fall who ia now in the insurance business Eldera Caldwell Full possession of the property will be given Ik you want a neat fit in ',. . 1 a great revival at Bethel in Madison that usual privilege of seed1 Jeeae D. Wearen, Merchant with headquarters in Cincinnati, denies had won nearly 40 bouIb to Christ up to January i, 1S96, will the tbe Fall. Buit, call on ing in small grain during The land will be offered in parcels and then as most emphatically that he forced bis at- Sunday. The highest grade of goods at lowest prices.l Tailor. a whole and tho best bid accepted. Other terms known on day of sale. A Mahometan rebellion has broken reasonable and made goodB, consisting of nice English tentions on any lady and that he baa -RICHARD GENTRY. Fall nothing since arriving here that out ia the province of Kansu, in WestTrustee. AGENT FOR THE COLUMBIA STEEL WIND-MILworsteds, just received. Call and Bee done 46 T. D. Engl.sh, Auctioneer. ern China. any gentleman could be ashamed of. "tnem. H.O.Rupley. Y Interior Journal lino of .. dn-B- goods at 8hanka'. Buy your toilet articles of Craig Hocker. & MATRIMONjALMATTERS. aa"W 9 m NEWS Danville Merchant son-in-la- w m m m ... m m e. 0- -r court-bouse- newly-forme- V'-- I Lam-mo- ra ' UoticQ to Patrons. - PUBLIC -- SAIsE. A Great Bargain Saturday, Sept. '95, 1 to-da- first-clas- s of m ichool-hous- e seven-year-o- ld 1 A House Full OF GOODS Cottons Calicoes Canton Flannels one-hal- f CENTRAL f Money In Your Pocket SEVERANCE & SON. m m V. PUBLIC SALE "sub pm lead-in- BAN KjSa li P t Wednesday. Sept. '95, TIE Farm Yard Fence. A. a (1 i i first-cla- ss i r JEWELEE -- M C SINE, Stanford, Ky., - safe-keepin- g, M i Xl ' SASH, DOORS, BLINDS Metal Roofing, Hough, and Dressed Lumbar Lath., Shingles, Eto, L. ,., t He if" :( w ! 6 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa BLOODSHED IN KENTUCKY. To the Editor of the Intutor Journal. 22. BARKER HOUSE, Fine J. F. DARKER, Proprietor, Blue-Gras- s Farm SA.Tj053. THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Traiiisanleht and day. Patrons taken to any part of town Free of Charge. Good db, w. b. PEinrsr, . m f Publtabod Every Tuesday and Friday AT Y3BAK INT ADVuVNCTC 3 P3B dWWhen not so paid 82.60 will be chargeK. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains arriving at lae ''Unlord p m. anil 4:30 i 7 15 a m' nJ 3 p. m. p. ra. L&'N. No, , e. Wo. s, , LOCAL TIME CARD. Vo. 4, Train going North.... " ' South ,t jpm a m . No. .it 15 p m . 04 1 3 15 pm QUEEN & CRESCENT. Train put Junction City at follow 1 No. t South it 48 am No a North " J " .. ..t 15 a ra " 4 ' 9 Notk. N'os. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no fur ther than Junction City, nor on Sunday. " J " " am - ....l840pm . 35 " "10 " " 6 ..1.35 p m ..3.15 a .6 00 a ra 33Pni RQYAl rfggS Oh Ala., Aur. Kentucky, Kentucky, how often have I abed tears (or theo, they hands are bloody with the blood of murderers and they breath Is tainted with whisky. You are called "the dark and bloody ground,"tbe name could not be more appropriate. You will retain it as long as your fathers and sons make the practice oi carrying concealed weapons and drink whisky. If you ask a young Kentuckinn why he carries a pistol and drinks whisky, bo will tell you that his father before him set tho example, and he is just following what his father placed before him, and ho actually believes that be is doing right. He will tell you furthermore that he cannot be a true Keutuckian unlets he carries a pistol and drinks, but there aro exceptions to this. JoBeph B. Tax-toa distinguished lawyor, (of tho good old type) said once in one of his speeches at a College commencement, that Kentucky was the garden spot of the world without an oxception,'and that the Garden of Eden could not come up to it in many respects. ThiB may be so, it seems that tho devil is turned loose garden spot) like a (in this roaming lion seeking whom ho may devour. n, Montgomery, Somerset, - - Kentucky. 1 IPOR Rates TWQ DOLLAItS Ter Dar. will sell privately my Farm of Remodeled and refurnlshod throughout. Kooms. day. Livery Attached, ii-m Fare rf Hotel $1 00 per A. H. HASTIN, Prop. ana commodious cam pie Large 'xSSSr Dentist, Stanford, : Office on Msln Street, Opposite 1 : Ky. Otteo-helm Halls and office connected by Electric Hells. Prompt and polite service to guests. 47 250 Acres of Good and Well Improved Laud, Well watered, coed house aud other improve is iu a hign state ot cultlvn tion. tocethcr with Mock. Crop and t'arminc Im plements, it desired by the puichaier, and will offer special inducements to effect a sale by the 11th ot September, tSoj. Said Farm is situated on the Dsmllle and tlustonvllle turnpiltn road, about two miles from Hustouvllle. The farm, to be appreciated, should be sevu t'ersons wishing to purchase shnulu call on or address II. II KINO, Motcland, Ky 48 the Post-Offi- Kashville, Tenn., College for Young Ladies. -.... . Jarm .For Hent. it years. The Humber Farm near Crab Orchard, Ky., containing .. . t can will take allthe UrnFC rorcaihorln trade hides leatherget (or nlULO. Stanford orat my home In on court dare at Chai Knnslin, Tanner V. S. menu, ami the raim , ABOUT 4S 400 ACRES OF LAND JS.andM. Crab Orchard, Ky. K and or To Hundred GoodFifty Acres, more good less, in Improvements, cultivation. water, variety of fruits, &c. Rov.'.Goo. W. P. Prico, D. D., Prcs., Mrs. S. 0. Trucheart, Formerly of Stanford, Ky., Lady Prin- Hurch. Ally at La R. M. NewUnd, Deputy Sherlfl. cipal. Faculty of 4a Ofliccrt, l'encheri and Lecturers Patronage Nouth. Privileges iu Vanderbilt Unifrom entire versity. Music Conservatory Art Studio, Gymnasium. Fine Passenger Klcvaiors, Term begins hept, 1,189). end for Catalogue, ai.jm room for too boarders Burob. & XTowl,nd, FIsH. J Conoral Colloctors, Stauford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky Weefler our icnlcts to the public to do a gen eral Collecting lkiine Accounts, notes, etc 11 Cm collected iu all parts et the county. Three ilulldingi, THE Queen &(Zrescent ROUTE reaches the principal cities of the South with n service of superbly appointed through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Chatta nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, 'Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxvillc, Hot bpnngs and Ashcvtllc; and from Chattauoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mcnroc lurougu icunsi oiccjicre 10 ws auKt. and Shrcvcport. San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico aud California, via New Orleans or via Shrcvcport. Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati rrcc tanor with every accommouauon 10 patrons. ITypSMvS HRSf roo t ..vi.Krfnti tn PitirimiAti. Cnfb. Parlor mid Observn. "2&&r'lL tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. -W. O. Rlnenrson, Chas.W.Zell, "R-aT"- ' O. P. A.. Cincinnati, 0. IHv. Tait'r AsU, Cinrtnnitit. 0 - Attorney at Law, Dehorn ITour C,ttl. Stanford, - - Kentucky. OTtce on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court House. Collections receive especial altentlan. SS SrRlNC AND SUMMER. I will go to any place where there are six or 1 do the more cattle to cehorn work with the Llghtnlrg Dehoruer Can dehorn any cow In three seconds. The knife makes a clean, smooth cut, dots not crush nor break the hern, as the clipper does. It Is the only humane way to dehorn Dee not punish the animal like tho saw, and the wound gets well as quick again as that made by the saw For further Information, call on O.A. PKYTON, Stanford, Kr. Sec the Llghtn'ng Pruning Hook. tot. K. DRKMEK. Stanford and gray hairs, and their hearts boed down in grief, all because they have had I A cream of tarter baking pow- some beloved kinsman to fall by the : : some of their be der. Highest of all in leavening murderer's bullet, or My M lllnsry So k ts f ill an I esnplelo. Call strength. Latest United States loved ones have killed themselves drink-in- e ami esamins and you. will tx sure to buy a new Kentucky's noted whisky. You Government Food Report. HUSTON VILLE, '.'KENTUCKY. Spring Hat MISSLICCIK llEAZLEV, have the best laws of tho country if you And a complete line ol Crayon, Slates, Tablets and Pencils, in fact Stanford, Ky Offers his services o the people el West SOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., will execute them; quit bribing your every thing a pupil needs. lull stock of Cotfins aud Caicy Counties 100 Wall Street, New Yorfc. and CaiVett always on hand. judges and juries, and see the law car A. S. 05 D. S. Carpeattr. Manager. fairly, there will be justice meA. G. Lanhan ried out John 11. Cattleman. Surgeon 9 ted out to everyone in the meaning A splendid assortment. of law. While I was living in Illinois, I Fine Box Paper, Tablets and Envelopes. Dentist, had a friend to say to me, "I alwayB look . . ..Proprietors of....... ou a Kentuckian as a blood thirsty aniOfflee ercr McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley soeking blood. I cannot mal, always lluildmg. pick up one of my home papers unless I Every thing new, purest and best quality. We solicit your patronage. STANFORD, KY. see a murder in it committed in your Having bought of P W Green his Llverr bs- State. I imagine when you all are not mess and added new buggi ips and horses, we are you are killing Bome one, you feol ss if prepared to furnish F U. RILEY. Proprlotor, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. not doing your duty." I tried to explain FIRST-CLAS- S &OASTLEMAN to TURNOUTS London. - - - Kontucky. him that it was the rough element MANAGERS, On short notice. The traveling public will fiad that committed most of tho murders and 1 hive movtd to my us alwavs rcadr and willing to luritith Drum nw xni am bettsr or mers' the public. ! ages ofWagons, either singleLOW double, or Cam. Oood Livery nattached nd lieu! rnn...i.l.. j. Commerce Building, Louisville drank whisky, but I could not convince v"Lt0. PRICLS. The adkindsat very .rV -- ..... v. vf Hied. Give as a call. boy sin and around town will alto rind us the peohim. lie said that the pieces in the paAgents throughout the South ple to deal with. Stop with us when in town at 77 FRANK RIMY, pers would bo headed doctor or lawyer eo courts and entertainments and your horse and ve hide will be well cared for w . ;oNKa, and j T.;rMs,M,j4,Ei,, O, B. COOPER W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agent, depd.so, a prominent man committed the Myers House Suble, Maaford, Ky. North-westerCo. in St JO-LSTEMutual Life Insurance I am representing the STANFORD, KY. I have lived in tho North and South. S We hold that bloody reputation bb being the loan department and am ready to make loans in this and adj'oin-in- g San Francisco. man killers, "and also whisky killers." Portland. counties. Interest 6 per cent. Term 2 to 5 years. For full in & ..Totte., has a reputation that formation and application, apply to Poor old Kentucky Ky. Of.LIncoln County, will last as long as tho "Rock of Ages,' JOBIXT EC. PaS.nIt!K.P.l!?,rD"a,,i,,.e,, "ond Roo if she does not rise up and redeem herVia The The New Metal and I. on Roofs, b.tisf.ct.on 1 u.rantetd' self. Why don't your judges and juries Al roof, painted with Dean's llUek HERD OK THE murderhang some of those Mill. IS ers, and mako an example out of them? Mkit-i'fl- i You know when a person murders hia Lancaster, Ky., victim and ia tried and cleared by a corCJ) icuisruii,ruwu3,TdiHn.to Kma- R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Is now n full operation, and Invites the attention NATIONAL BANK rupt judge or jury, it encourages him county its Only Dining Car Route From Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. ot the builders of Lincolnand low topricesmaterial, Note superior workmanship OF STANFORD, KV. to go out on the man hunt for another one. This is the way to stop tho bloodOUR PRICKS: Capital SOME: Pigs for sale from the best types of Registers shed, if a man ia guilty hang him and Stock. Breeders secured from tne beat herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited Perfectly clear porlsror yellnw pine flooring at stop hia breed, the country will be a fipei hundred. As low as Ji 50 per hundred. Surplus ........... Perfectly clear yellow poplar wither boarding at great deal better off without him. Elegant Pullman Veitibuled Attention of the public is invited to the fac As low as Ji 30 per hundred. 81 Co per hundied. ,h 0al)r Nioosl lUnk ,n Sleeper of Modern Pattern. All patterns and thicknesses of Ceiling In yellow Under Make your law breakers fear the laws Stanford the provisions of Ih. National ash, as low M (1 s per pine, poplar, chestnut and For maps or any information, address are secured not only by the and obey them, and then you can sit hundred. Double dressed lumber as low as U per canlul hundred. lieautilul vellow pine finishing lumber, stock, but by the stockholders E. H. BACON, I PUANK J. REID, down in peace and sing that good old amount eu.u.1 ,.. C. P. Agent, quarter oak, Ac. Save money by giving us you. this InstltuUon to the slock, .0 that d "poiitors 0 D. P. Agent, . . . 1 i.i. are secured by a fund of jiw Chicago. nome ti wuuhkuuu eong, ..A. Jveniucicy ri "UJU Louisville, ""THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, ,,:mW0.rn., Ktem", ?codiuoq of the bSTk heart and a clear conscience. ysarto the United Sutss rovstn-"n- d Lancaster POWDER The Interior Journal Btates that there have been 4S murders committed in the grand old State since July 1st. Is thiB not a bad stato of affairs? Just to think of it in a civilized country at that! No wonder there are so many of our noble sons and daughters wearing sad faces Jjtftt Something to Boautify.the La'dies. Dally openlning. New Hals, flowers and lacesl We else the assurance to the trade) that they wil. find in our establishment the same cicluilventss tn style of patterns, hats and bonnets and all tho leading novelties in Millinery for which we aie known throughout the country. 1 ha o secured a trimmer for the season. Thanking you tor pait favors, we respectfully solicit your patronage hcirtofere so literally M I) DUDDhKAK besuwed. KATh. DUDDUKAK, Manager. firsl-clais gTi r I am now ready to deliver Ice irom the Stanford ICE I Water, Light and Ice Cornany's Factory Absolutely Puro.l SCHOOL BOOKS, .Syi sSSSSi At .jo Cents Per Hundred Pounds And over Hills due and;tc a pound for tn 100. iitof each month 10 pounds and up 3i" J. T. STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, TO TBEE LADIES Lin-co- la ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. insurance Company BARBEB STATiceraiiuVY Drugs and IVIedieines, "W. DB. M'ROBERTS, PRICF, G. B. COOPER, wmm& Stanford, Ky. v2 Livery and Feed Stable, I THE RILEY HOUSE Money, Money, Money TO IjO.A.:T.. n --o- dau TO THE CITIZE1TS Tin . BROS,,, Sheet Iron Works, IV(DBT3BWESST Z 3XRB"Y Insurance Agont. ni.UE-GUA.S- Stanford, red-hand- m".l " i'.1' Lancaster Planing Duroc Jersey Red Swine OF S l)u3 FIRST x.otJis'srxx.XiE TO CHICAGO. Stock. 8200,000 , 23,700 B.okAe-depoiit- I" St. Asaph Carriage STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Co., or. -.- .Denver. lie SURE to call fcr Route, 5 ! JfONON' St. Paul. A Kkntcckian. Kentucky day at the Atlanta Exposition. November .IF G has been designated as MERSHON first-clas- s & GREER, Proprietors. 7j-6- tr R R Noel All Kinds Stanford, Cosh. & Son, of Coal, Ky. Hlg-gins' VOU ARK GOING., K All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Rcpairin style. done in Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. Tho Myers House, IV W GREEN. Proprietor Successors to J. I). H'frgins, Dealers in ITOHTE WEST, ......THE Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. Stanford, ER. E. R. KIRLEY. EE SIFERIEECED FEIRTER. Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trhl. : : : n Kontucky. ts assets are e.amiaed at taring addititona perfect safety in . rr originally eiubliihed as the Hank of iunford In UjS.then is.d as the National Hank of Stanford In iSfeMd re.org.ni.eda. the Klrsl NaiionaJ SunlorJ in has had practically an UB.m.?: ruptea eiiiteDceofsa years. Ills botirr .,, , n.,.i d,iuii. ,. .i We will continue the coal business at Mr. old stand and wi'l hae on hand at all times ihe very best coal whienwe will deliver promptly. We will sell strictly for cash and will make it to tho interest of the people ol this Miction to pay 37 Louisville a, Nashville R. R. Is the line for you, as its NORFOLK AND B)ouble Dally Trains Make?close connections at 185 Reliable Frecess Greatly improved for 1895 and worthyjof consideration. S GOTJISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information esquire of JOES. HICE. Agent, Stanford, Ky lone and ,Ae,e,w of corporations Hotel and I am still running this firms and individuals respectfully will continue to give my guests the politest att.n Th Directory of this Ilink is composed ol laswsll as the best the market affurds. Forestu. Hwd, Lincoln county; TravelSpecial Attention1 to4tho S. T Harris, Lincoln; Public. J. II. Colhei, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. Itaughinsn,! Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford;1 W. A. Trilble, Stauford; M. O. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, fcUanford; Has more nice Furniture than was ever in K. L. Tanner,:MeKlnney; More pretty Iluggiei, Surreys and Phaetons, Moiegood Cultivators. Wagons, Plowi j. S. Hocker, Preside"," M1""'M- - V.mon.Ky and more nice Harness, Undies, Whips and more Jao. J. McRoberts, Cashjer; Hinder Twine than was ever seen here. He invites the public to call and see his stock and get A. A. McKInaty, Asit. Cashier. .t V.1!Q i.iti. VIUCI .mi. Plllll. iribcs. Aj.. ..lll. ill fldo-cun- . bcrlUjr ,ntn ev" bf0' '0 -- V ing D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvillo, Ky., Itus-tonvil- le. r... WESTERN RAILROAD. SOLD TO M. S. flAfOIIMAN. J. W. IlAt'CIIMAh, TICKETS Ky. Midland R'y, They have Cincinnati and Franlcfort and quickest between Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Time Table June , 1805. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. EAST. TKAINS a. m. p. m. p. m. 100 4 00 Lve Franklort A 7 00 Arr. C. S. Depot C " Paris Only Duect Lite Between r TWaWr,S5il K p M.S.&j.W.Baughman, rKoraiKTOHs- Farmers Bank&Trnst Co Or STANFORD, Is now fully Prov-enl- a - KV., ALL POINTS: OHIO, IN P.AHA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, MEBBASK, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, -.TEKAS,- Frankfort, Georgetown and Parle, Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthlana, Falmouth and Covington. Shortest. Success. LIVERY, FEED & SALE Paid up Surplus, STABLE, Stanford, 6rst-cla- ss organiredand ready for busioets witk Capital of - - $200,000. . 20,000. They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. Guarantee ISatisf action Call and see. Kontucky. for rates. If you need livery give us a call. Nothing but turnouts will leave our stable, bee us In our SE WEST, KOP.TH-WES- T, SQUTH-WE- ' Stamping uround 7 sS " Georgetown..!... 7 47 Elkhorn 711 S1 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BESTROUTE mUWAN TO THE .830 75$ 4 47 4 S9 43a 4" . '" 48 1 HARNESS SHOP You will find a tfood assortment of Harness, Uil-dl- es, Saddles, Ac Have your repairing done by our man, he understands nls business. We have a SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAI. Now closing up) with the same asssti and under the same management. By provisions of Its chaiter, depositors are cs fully protected as ai. depositors In National EEi-.'.V hi!eh?IJ held indivi dual) V 9.B '0C 0f. harrin . ",V' L"BLS". amount invested in such LIJ" i. J 3 00 535 400 HIGGINS1& McKINNEY, -- In,nd!eiduaLminUtra,r' UU,U ih,. !'' .n ' ' I T C- - mechanic in our NORTH AND EAST. ' VESTIBULED COACHES, SLEEPING AMD DINING CflRi SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4, ;No. 10. No. 8. p. in. a. in. a. iu. p. m. C 600 Lve Paris 440 945 6 43 '11 C.S. Depot 1017 6 40 6 as Georgetown U 10 40 5 5S ' Stamp's Gro'd 10 S3 728 11 16 Elkhorn 730 Arr Frankfort A... n 30 ij 7 3S blaoksmith;shop. s Will guarantee P'ices Tiy our ho first-clas- 7J lli SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Georgetown 10 36 a. m; arrive 11 Frankfort liORFOLKWESTERN CHEAPEST, BEST AND Time-Tables, RAILROA! QUICKEST LINE. i Descrlpti Write for Hates, Star. Vunptileu, to any Station Agent, or to kKlFuafrSft. &OJSOKK.V1. W. a. 8 IV I It. ALLEN HULL, Dlf. r-- ttr ,0. it. Irawlla rm. if IUHM)K.Ti M, f. BNAOO, The Kentucky Midland Ratlwayand connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all points South, Eait, North and west. Her further information apply to their agents. C. D. UERCAW. Gen. Pass. Agent. GEO. B. HARPER, Rec'r & Gen.Sup Frankfort, K U ave Frankfort v v. m, 30 a. 31. 4 00 p., m. arrivo Georgetown igtfeipli$ Is Receiving His H.6.R0PLEY,-- work andt, satlsfkUory shocr. To those wha , - . ' Id-.to na .Kit. uiuaHiuv .nlnul.iltl..T. k..t.i 7..w mi iinrnin "iness Stanford, wlw. here tender ih.nkTald 211?. ?eL?. .Dnu to transacnLlbusin'Sc guarantee lor prompt attsn. .t .I i.: ,'f ""''" iti...i sl.Ttwuh J J. sound Tbanking. rao"uen CO.. Attorney at Law, Staiilord, - - Kcxituclcy. Wallaoo 35. Varnon, SPRING : AND : SUMMER : GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call. Will act as Ksecutor,AdmlnIstrator and Assignee Special attention 'given to Settlements of F.s- ates, as Aiioruey mu : uimiuu 01 nfants' Lands. S. H. Shanks, Office on Lancaster St.'overSupt.jW. F. McCla Dt. y'l otnee. 90 Willi smr.Mt, Vernon; . II. Shanks, fctaoford; J. S. Owsley, Slanlord; S.J. Embry, Stanford; J. V. Owsley, Stanford; J. F Cash, Stanford; Willbm Gcoch, Stanford; A. W. Cirpenttr, MllledjfevllU, JJ''-eliw- I Ita J.B. OwsJey, Cashlsr, W M. Bright, Teller. :. ''ii ' --- ..j. t?rxurtr-MiiiK&XASsiiru- l i... ,1 . n .'. u j... - '" 1T.. .n . j,. . .. ji. .. ,.(, lul.-ili- l ii ui . i.-- j ,;, .i.-- tii'j n Mi iV t