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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895091001 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. 1i """""IF? Semi Weekly Interior Journai VOL. XXIII. Learning to Preach the Gospel. To th KJitor of the Interior Journal. The I. t STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1895. LANCASTER, CAffflARD COUNTY. NO. 54 i. Man Attends Another Fair and house and he now has a hotel second to ' Tel's About It. none in tho country. Kimiikiimn Hrioiit?, Tknn., Sept. 0. Had it not been for tho engeries of The democrats are feeling mighty good DoubtlMB many of my Stanford Iriunda ' George I). Weatherford, formerly of In this neck o' tho woods and if Gen. would like to hear from mo, ami an I Hustonville, Somerset would have bad! Hardin nud the rest of tho ticket don't havo not timo to rite a letter to each ' no fair this year. The directors had tint a bicirur vote than is usually slven ' personally, I beg leavo to aitdrens thorn to let tho year go by without an the State ticket I'll relinquish nil claims through tho columns of the I. J. exhibition, but Mr. Weatherford raised j to being a prophet. K. O. W. i leitMauioru, uct. lUtli, isuJ, ami ar- $018 and donated it to tho aspociation rived litre on tho 20th; immedlatly niter and with this OF A LOCAL NATURE. encouragement they sot which I entered tho achool of thn evan about to have a flrst-cla- s Dpaf and Dumb Institute openThe fair and they geliels, an liiBtitution founded hy Ashley succeeded most admirably. Thn number ed with 232 pupils and SO more are exS. Johnson, L. L. 1)., in ISO!). This of show horses' wsh not nt ureat as nt pected. (tchool la situated on tho French Hroad some of the preceeding exhibitions, hut Thieves ptole 100 trs of fresh preriver, 12 iniloa Kabt of Knoxvlllo. Tho what was lacking in quantity waB made serves from the Rev. W. T. Corn at location is delightful, being elevated as it up in quality. is, on a high hill overlooking the fertile I Tho trots, paces and running races The North-bouL. & N. train near bottoms of thu French Hroad, which can were well contested and each days' card Uerea struck a little boy be eeon for several miles up the mAJestic contained one of each, which is more of William Lundsford nnd badly fracturriver on the North Bide, while on tho racing than thu average blue-gras- s fair ed his skull, South appear before our vision thu lofty gives. Nellie C. belonging to Charlie The Mexican War Veterans of Kenpeaks of the Unaka range lifting up their Oaesidy, of Woodford, won tho trots on tucky will meet this year in annual reheads towards tho skv. All this fjrme n both Thursday and Friday, with Jim union October 2, at Nicholasville. Gen. scene tho beauty and sublimity of which Wilkes second on the first uamed day W. J. Landram is president and Col. no poet can describe, nor painter portray. and Wiunie Davis, second on tho latt. J. G. Craddock is secretary of the AssoHelng thus located, tho climate is unex- Jim Wilkes is a Pulaski county bono ciation. propcellednoted for its health-givin- g while Winnlo Davis is owned by Perry Tho contract for tho completion of erties. Tho college building is threo Ingram, of Wayne. Casaidy also won the government building at Richmond stories high, aud atlorda room for about tho paco on Thursday with Jeanio O. has been cancelled, as it has been found of IndusSOmen. On thu completion ld Tho raco Friday was a that the additional appropriation is intrial Hall, we will havo room for it more. cinch for George Alford's Jennie Mac sufficient to carry out the work accordAs to tho boys, they are undoubtedly tho William Hue's entry was second and ing to the original plans. best lot I ever Baw warm-hearteSam Hicks' Pay Car third. Thu best A farmer named Gill, friendly and unselfish. Indeed, they tire time made during thu meeting was by from Garrard county, with tho as'istanco lowly Cassidy's true follow era of tho meok and Nellio 0., which was 2:301. of the police, rescued his daughter from Xaztreur, having caught much of his Iu tho running races Air. Scott Furris, a bawdy houso at Richmond. After spirit. Wo havo prayer meeting every of Crab Orchard, had things his own much persuasion she consented to abanevening aud preaching twice on Sunday way. He won every time, ho started and don her dissolute life and return home. Ilro. Johusou'ri object in running this in- thu veteran horBeman was tho happiest J. H. Harlan, aged 30, died in Uoy'e stitution is to help the youug men of man on tlio grounds. 1). W. Vaudeveer'a after a short illnees of pneumonia. Ho moderate means, and also those who are Minstrel filly was a good second iu each leaves a widow, who was Miss Anna absolutely without money, to prepare to race and also won a nico sum for her Harlan, of Sedalin, Mo., and three child preach tho gospel, unencumbered by owner. ren in good circumstances. Ho was at debt. Tuition ami board cost tho stuWonderful interest was manifested in Tatbam Springs last week, and started year. I d uo believe thu blrycle dent only 100 races, in fact more than in homo in a carriage, but was taken sudthat person lives who is doing moro any other part of thu program. There denly worse on the road and died at for the upbuilding of tho canto of the wero six starters on Thursday und five Sheriir Baughman's. Master than Prof. Johuson. Tliat which Frldoy and Ware, of Danville, won them Tho Cincinnati Southern railway is I most admire about my worthy presi- both handily. Dan Hemphill, of le, making great preparations for handling dent is, that he is unselfish and teaches was tho favorite tbo last day thu crowds to Chickamauga Park and the his pupils to be so. My dear young read- but ho wasn't in it. It was R handicap Atlanta Kxpobitiou. Every veBtibuled er, do you deairo nu education, and juo and Mr. Hemphill was scratch mam train on thu road has been newly painted your means limited? If so, thiH is the while the reel wero given fromtlSO to iol) hihI thoroughly overhauled in such a place for you. May white winged peace yards. He gained only about 100 yards inauner that thuy present n very neat hover about my Stanford friends is my in tho five miles and those who had and nt tractive oppearanco. Supt. W. H. prayer. Sinrornly yours, Titoa. L. (Jan. placed their money on him soon saw the Murphy is determined to make his roid error of their way. Robert Adams, Som- tho popular onu for both occasions. John M. Field. do-eld- ed Har-rodabund fivo-yoar-o- ld two-year-od, gray-headed pr Nich-olaavil- o II. Mdler, consrl at Port Stanley, Falk land Islands, wrote and sent this to us under date of July 25: John Held is gone. Ho was not what tho world called a saint, but he had a hand that delighted to help honest men and his hand never got tired. His friendship, true as steel, asked nothing, allow ed uothing in return but that ho who received his assistance should prosper thereby. When, as wo aro taught to believe, he la called in Heaven's court to nhowcauso why Judgment shall not be passed against him, his clean garments and his clean hand will be his answer. Years ago his lovely and loving, his gentlo and devoted wife preceded him to the grave. Ho iiad a heart in which that noblo woman bad a home and she know it. When hIio had gone he bore his great cross liko n hero and the acute sadness that followed him to his grave was known to but few. Ho is gone. His clean hands aro folded over ids Lblg heart; he rests In peace; he Bleeps sweetly at tho foot of the hill with her who J. H. Millkk. climbed it with him. Charles E. Hoge, president of the Company, of Frankfort, of fers a roward of $1,000 for tho production of a genuiuo chock issued by the Mason-FoarCompany to n Statu He also oilers a roward of $500 for the production of any check for any amouut, genuino or forged, mado payable to any State otiicer on accouut of dividends, and for tho surrender or delivery up of tho person who forged or promulgated tho check. Ma, Norman brands tho insinuation that ho is tbo ofllcer referred to as a lie and tho originator a liar and a slanderer. The monoy has been raised for Prof. Andree's big balloon in which to go to the North Pole and tho balloon is being made in Paris. Prof. Andreo expects to Htart next June from Spitsbergen and sail straight over the Polo to Alaska, a distance of 2,500 miles. Ho thinks he can reach Alaska in a week. Expert enced men Bpeak hopefully of this ef Mason-Foar- d d olll-cla- l. On seeing notice in tt-- Intkhioii Joutt nal of tbo death of his old friend, John e Tho Board of Trado building at Loulsvillo was damaged $20,000 by fire. The Caldwella of tho Southern Lyceum Buroau lost $2,000. a remedy for alt forms of Headache Electric Hitters has proved to bo the very lest. It effecU permanent cure and tho most dreaded habitual A Ouro for Hondncho. sick headache yields to its influence. We urge all who are allllcted to procure a bottle and give this remedy a fair trial. In cae ol habitual Electric Hitters cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels and few cases long st theuse ol this medicine. Try It once. Large tottletonlv o cents at A. R. Ponny s Drug Storo. on re-b- m We authoriie ur advertised druggist to sellyou-Dr- . King's New Discovery for Consumption, Couirhs and Colds, upen this condition: If you any Lung are afflicted with a Cough. Cold or this remedy Throat, or Chest trouble aud will we according to directions, ijiving it a lair trial and may return the bottle MDerlence no benefit, jou :i h. vmir moncv refuuued. We coultf not make thu olfer if we did not know that Dr. Kings j u New Discovery couiu oeneu upon. ppoints. Trial bottles free at A. R. Penny's arug store. Large slie joe and $1. auarnntood Cure. erset's champion, gave an exhibition mite and went the distance, uupac-- o I in 1.00. He did not start in a ruco during tho fair. Mr. J. E. Farris, of Stanford, was ono of tho biggest winners on his string of filly by show horses. His Eagto Bird got everything she showed for, including thostako for fancy saddle mares. She is a wonderful little niaro and has taken 20 blue ties in tho 27 bIiowb she has mado this year. At the request of the ollicers she was brought out and exhibited on thu evuuing of the last day. The Pulaski County A. k M. Association is in debt, but President Green Trimble thinks that aullicient money was made this year to liquidate tho indebtedness and next year they will have a fair that will eclipse all previous efibrts. Purses and premiums large enough to Jraw tho best horses will be given. There will also he stakes for saddlu and harness horses and big inducements offered in tho bicycle races. Mr. N. II. Woodcock, who is thoroughly fitted for the position, was selected starter in both the trotting and running races. His experience at Kansas City and other points make him very proficient in this linu aud it is a wonder to many that he does not foreako his as drummer for that of starter. Considerable gloom was cast over tbo town by the shooting on Tuesday night of Logan Lewis by Special Policeman John Ilolsonback. As Lewis was not raising a disturbance and was merely full and having a good time, tho shooting is considered both cowardly and uncalled for and the fact that he was shot In tbo back whilo running from tho oilicor will and ought to havo its weight at his trial. Lewis had a host of prominent relatives and they will fight the case to tho bitter end. The city fathers and tho chief of police aro censured for putting Ilolsonback on tho police force and they no doubt regret now having dono so. Next week is Knights of Pythias week at Somerset and literally speaking the koys of tho city will bo turnod over to tho members of that great and Rood order The grand lodge meets thero and the good people will put tho big pot in the little ono in their efibrts to entertain their guests. About $1,500 will be expended for banquets, hops, firoworksand the like. A delightful hop was given at Johnston's Hall Thursday night and tho light fantastic was tripped till near 4 a. m Good dancers woro there by thu score' thu music, which wan furnished by tho Someruut Orchestra, was and last but not least pretty girls for miles around were presont. Tho Barker House, recently opened by Mr. J. F. Barker, is indood a daisy. Tho tablo is furnished with almost every delicacy you can think of, tho cooking is splendid wbilo the rocms and beds are delightful. Mr. Barker spent about in remodeling and refurnishing; tbo h-tl- f two-yearold va-citi- ou first-cla- ss $1,-0- C0 James Rigsby bought of John D. Miller a saddle borne for 390. The colored teachers' institute bpgan yesterday and is to continue five days. Mr. J. O. Fox baa bought tho Ben -- THEMullins farm of 340 acres nt $20 75 per aero. E'der J. T. Brown, of Tennessee, filled tho pulpit of Elder George Gowen on Sunday morning. An examination of whito teachers waH held on last Friday anil was conducted by Supt. J. Hunt McMurtry. Tho members of the Junior Social Club stormed MM Mattie Walker at her pretty home on Richmond street Friday evening. The protracted meeting to be conducted by Dr. J. L. McKee began Sunday morning. Dr. McKee will probably be nesisted In this meeting by his son, Lapsley. Under the faithful preaching of Elders J. M. Boswell, of Tennessee, and Graham Frank, of Lexington, there Everything In havo been four additions to the church at how Antloch. The colt Garrard Denmark owned -:- by Mr. Malcolm Tillttt again takes the blue ribbons. In three entries he made Clothing, Millinery, Clcaks, &c. at the Somerset fair ho took all premiums. In two he won 55 each and in "ST thu third $10. Rev. F. M. Hill, who has had charge of the Methodist church hero for the past two years, preached his last sermon on Sunday. Mr. Hill baa endeared himself to his congregation by his faithful fl&rft&astfra i vrv ministry and earnestness in the cause of Christ. Lancaster people extend congratulations to Mr. J. M. Biggers, of Lebanon, upon tho recoct prize he has won, in the -form of a brido. Last week he was unit755i.3M ? Bv ?Wn&&v$v&&-7t:Wv57ed in marriage to Miss Suo Harrison, daughter of tbo late Burr Harrison, of Lebanon. Miss Harrison has an admired and popular visitor in our city. The o groom is a wealthy farmer of Marion. Tho first term of the graded Bchool ih to begin Monday, Sept. 1C, and the -following teachers comprise the full faculty: Principal, Prof. B. S. Gowen, of Winchester, Tenn.; First Assistant,' Prof. Edward F. Darnaby, of Lexington; Intermediate, Misses Eiiza LuBk and The people on South Fork in Wayne Mary K. West, of this place; Primary, county are ecouriug the country for a Miss Margaret Murphy, of Knoxville, fiend, who assaulted Mre. John Worley, Tenn.; Music, Instrumental and Vocal, who with her little girl was found a half Mrs. B. S. Gowen; Violin, Miss Clyde mile from her home. Sho was uncon- Huffman, Lancaster; Art, Miss Sallie scious from blows on her head, while Lsucaster. tho child's head had beon crushed with Miss Maggie Noel has returned to o a blow from some blunt instrument. her home at Stanford after a visit to her Mrs. Worley regained consciousness, and aunt, Mrs. J. M. Hiatt.- - Miss Fannie slid that a stranger had assaulted her, Shugars left Monday to be guest of but that sho had fought him oil' until he Louisville friends during the G. A. R. finally struck her on tho bead with a encampment. Misses Mary Rout, Ora club. Dr. Frye, whose wife died in July Ray and Gertrude Llnkenfelter left last 1S93 at their home in West Virginia, has week to enter college at Georgetown. just arrived by shanty boat at High Mrs. Elizabeth Smith and Mrs. George Bridge with tho remains in a box. He Hardin and sons, Herbert and Clarence, Formerly President of the Columbus Painless Dental Co., of Chicapromised heron her death bed that he laft Sunday for a visit to relatives in go, 111., now permanently located at Louisville, Ky., will visit would bury her in her native hills in Loulsvillo. Miss Buster, of Burgin, was a visitor Jessamine and not being nblo to pay for in our city Sunday. Mrs. John E. Storms the transportation of tho body, he adopt, ed tho means stated. Tho voyage has and Miss Ida May Grant visited Mrs. S. occupied many months and the doctor P. Grant at Danville last week. Mrs. has been arrested several times as a sus- Robert Elkin and siBter, Miss Fannie pect. His two littlo children made the Collier, arc visiting friends in Louisville. trip with him and they havo subsisted Mrs. Almyra Atkinson and daughter, Mrs. Dr. Leonard, of St. Joe, Mo., are entirely on vegetables. guests of D. M. Lackey and family. MissCST Remaining one week until Saturday, Sept. 2Sth. Tho Loulsvillo Times recalls an inci- es Laura and Rebecca Pope attended the dent in the lifo of Stephen Douglas, marriage of their brother jn Anderson, which is difierent from tbo Bradley Ind. Mr. Charles Kemper has entered Dr. Bender has been connected with some of the largest Dental w.ty of doing things. Mr. Douglas was collego at Lexington. James Buruside Colleges and Institutions in the country and has no superiors in the to speak in Chicago and the abolition and James Dillon are in Louisville. Mrs. profession. He is prepared to ists determined to prevent him from be- Belle McDonald and Miss Annie Severe, ing heard. They adopted all manner of of Richmond, Va., havo been guests of hootp, yells and other methods, but Mr. Mrs. James N. Denny. Mrs. B. F. Hud-soDouglas calmly stood, hoping thus to has returned from a visit to Danville quell the disturbers. For four hours ho friends. Mrs. A. E. Pascoe has returned faced thu mob and midnight having ar- from Nicholasville. And without the use of Gas, Cocaine, Odontunder, Chloroform, rived, he pulled out his his watch and Col. Bradley will address tho citizens Ether, Electricity, or any sleep producing agents, but by a method said: 'I havo stood here before a mob of of Covington September 19.' rBut, if the invented by Dr. Bender and used only by himself, vho is the easiest, abolition hoodlums for four hours at- colonel likes, a real quiet, nice place to quickest and best painless extractor in the United States so tempting to exerclso the constitutional talk why doesn't he go to Cincinnati? acknowledged by the dental profession at large. Where he causes right of free speech but you have thwart- Covington Commonwealth. pain in any operation he makes no charge. ed me. It is now tho Sabbath day. I'm At Sullivan, lnd., James Ward degoing to church, and you may go to capitated bis father-in-laaud brother-in-lahell." and kicked their Bovored beads Between, Editor Walton, in his last Interior around. A mob pursued him, when he Journal, says Stanford bos no loafers took his own lifo. The first race for the America's cup You ought to thank Heaven, long and resulted in a victory for tho Defender, loud, dear brother. It is that grade of of the tho American boat defeating tho Valkycattlo that stirs up Free Chargo Tooth devilment in this country. The front rie III. by eight minutes and 49 seconds. When Plates aro ordered. Fillings wilb all kinds of material without pain at rea Frederick Shetland hanged himself rooms of hades aro reserved for the idle gossipers and scandal mongers. Lancas- in the jail at Dulutb, juBt after the grand soinible cost. Many symptoms of catarrh, headache, enracho, indigestion, dyspopsia, etc., nro ter Record. You are right in your last jury decided he was innocent of the the result of decayed teeth and roots of teeth. To bo cured of tlieso aches and proposition, but a little off in tbo state- murder of Peter Gordon. pains ono must comnienco nt their origin, which is tho teeth and gums, which ar Tho new tariff produced about ment of tho case. Wo said that Stan-for- p more rovenue from customs in only cured by tho skilled treatment of a dentist. Thoso who aro in a delicato and had only a few loafers, but few as August, 1895, than tho McKinley bill af- nervous condition can come and have teeth extracted and tilled and feel as calm as if tuoy aro wo would like to ship them to they had had no work performed. forded in AuguBt, 1894. tho place you speak of. Dr. Bender guarantees all work and dies as ho ndvertlses. Oomo early and avoid The actual cost of shipping 51,000,-00- 0 Drink and the gung drinks with you the rush, as his rooms aro always crowded. Office hours 9 a. m to 5 p. m. in gold from New York to London is swear off and you go it alone; for the bar- about J2.000, says a New. York letter to Frco hour 8:30 to J:30 each day. CONSULTATION FREE. room bnm who drinks your rum, has a tho Chicago Post. quenchless thirst of his own. Feast and The republicans should change their your friends are many; fast and thoy cut deyice to a white feather. That is more you dead; they'll not get mad if you appropriate than the log cabin. Dantreat them bad, so long as their stomach ville Advocate. is fed. Steal, if you get a million; for Tho Midway at the Atlanta exposi then you can furnish bail; it's tho great tion will be oven a bigger feature than it DUFFY, Principal, big thief that gets out on leave, while was at the World's Fair. the little one goes to jail. Wm. Henry Hulberr, who used to Pure lemon juice will remove freck- bo editor of the New York World, died A lull Preparatory Ccune lor College It turniihed; also branches tuential to a Thorough English in Italy, Friday. Education. Mist Mattie L, Paxton wilt again fill the position of Assistant. les. NEW ORE AT HUSTONVILLE. Charles Wheeler EMPORIUM. New Goods At Roek Bottom Priees General SMITH TeaETi OWEX.1. SiLX.ESMJS.3XT. Wifetioufc :tfr-fifeStsSf- i Merchandise, Pain. Extracted Teeth Crowned 'eeth Filled Without Pain. Without Pain. &mm&vm8&r5ri 4 a El-ki- n, DR. E. P. BENDER, Famous Surgeon of National Reputation. STANFORD IVlonday,Septemher23 "a u EXTRACT, CROWN AND FJLL TEETH WJTHOUT PAIN. to-da- y w Teeth Extracted Free of Charge and Without Pain the Hoars o8:S0and 9:30 Each Day. Teeth $5. Teeth $8. Teeth, $10. niue-tent- hs Extracted of DR. E. P. BENDER. Stanford Male Academy, F.J. OZFZESnSTS t 1 SEPT. SB!), 1895. : t. V. iS'"i"" 'H Eubanka Bros, bought of 8am J, Hnno has been aban loned of repen. Cou S. d. Stone, republican candidate 30 imprisoned miners In the Embry 21 hogs, 125 lbs. average, at 4); Interior Journal for auditor, told a Boston newspaper ing alive theMich., fire. mi-Weekl- y four of Uriah Bright, ISO lb?, and a lot of Houghton, man that If his ticket wins this Fall it attempt Geo. D. Hopper at same price. -- At Greenville, Mich., an will not bo in spito of democratic votes, R. H. Bronaugh's Kitty B , by Tho was made to blow up a 'Congregational 1895 but with their aid. Just so. KenMinstrel, dam Minnie May, won her Stanford, Kt., September 10, with dynamlto. tucky on a full vote is always safely church boy killed a play- race at Louisville Friday, defeating a A democratic. It is only when democrats mate with a knife at Gayleaville, Ala., field of 10. She was a 4 to 5 favorite "" w71 WALTON. desert their colors or sulk in their tents and was arrested for murder. -B- allard Dunn, of White Station, that the republicans have any show of boupht a car load of extra Rood butcher Miss Susie McOomba, one of tho success. With so much at stake as there Cinnrpttlnut and most popular young ladles cattle at London, at $3.35, for tho is this time, no truo democrat will falcinnati market. Richmond Pantagraph. ancounty, had ono of her ter. Let every man of us buckle on the of Christian The Uarrodsburg Democrat tells of kles broken by a fill from a bicycle, armor and send Brer. Bradley and his the sale of 500 barrels of corn to be deboth bones in the limb being bronen. Owenaboro, hungry host to hades. November at $1 50 a barIn bla openinR speech at Controller of the Treasury Bowler livered during rel and of 500 bushels of clover seed at populiBt candidate for jurisdiction Tom Pettit, the Should the districts go as at the last holds In effect that he has opinion tho $4. governor, scored it in to Hardin for his case, and that In his election, which God forbids and no one in the The new assessment of real estate in interpretation of the democratic platmaking tho sugar looks for, the democrats will only elect act of March 2, 1S95, Virginia shows a fal'lngofflu values of conIs unconstltutlonform. Said he: "That the democratic one railroad commissioner., This district bounty appropriation $7,000,000 over that of 1S90. The vention defeated the free silver element Ih mostly in the tobacco growiug questioned. It went republican by 2,560 and the 3d by of the party cannot ho Arrangements are being made for a section. adopted the gold stand- 5,330. overwhelmingly grand democratic barbecue at tne P. W. Green, who Ib in Atlanta ard by every rule of constitution known W. S Burch Nominated for School Super- fair grounds, Saturday, Sept. 14. with a d of horses, writes his wife u tho intention of the convention, Tir,Hn Mr.Orearv. Brown, Watteraon intendent. be has sold several head including to furnish that and to place it beyond doubt, expressed Tna democratic county convention to and Blackburn are expected the bay gelding he bought of Logan undiminished confidence in the democoratory. Denny, for which he got $3o0. and thanked nominate a candidate for superintendent the racy of Grover Cleveland A pistol shot that entered a cellar O. J. Daniels Bold GOOahocks ol green courageous and of public schools organized yesterday by was stored him 'for his honest, tho selection of Hon. G. A. Lackey chair- near Dubuque, la., In which $1.70 per barrel. Nelson Gay statesmanlike management of public afexplosion by which corn at man after Mr. Lewis G. Gooch had been dynamite caused an sold to Simon Weal eight head of cattle fairs". This is not new tho' it is true. and three Injurnominated by Mr. Lackey and declined. fiyo persons were killed at 4jc, bIx car loads at 4 j, pass. Hardin is the demoIn the village 4c, a car load Bot let that J. T. Embry was made secretary. Cre- ed. Nearly every building an average of 1.603. -- Bourbon Advance. cratic candidate and as such will receive was damaged. dentials were presented as follows: Tho pear crop of Georgia this year the party's support because that party The public test of the new No. 1, Col. W. G. Welch, W. Stanford, will be the largest on record. It Is knowB he will have nothing to no wun telephone was entirely satisfactory. L. Dawson, J. T. Embry. that it will exceed 300.000 bushthe settlement of the currency question clearly distinct tones No. 2, G. A. Lackey, Bright Ferrill, R. Conversation In els. The bulk of this enormous yield is and very little else except to pardon a Louisvillo and New waB had.between product of six or Beve n O. Warren. Detroit, confined to the man occasionally and appoint a notary or York, Pittsburg, Columbus, counties. One grower has made cider No. 3, J. S. Hooker, J. E. Lynn, J. P. so. No democrat worthy of the name will Chicago and other cities. After Bailey. from his crop with good results. lend his aid or encouragement to the reThe beer trust at Chicago has recent- fermentation It resembles Rhino wine Hugh Seargeut, T. L. 8helton, No. 4, $1 a barrel, publicans who are wrong in nearly W. 0. Bar- - ly raised the price of beer in taste. shnnlv because Wat Hardin B. P. Martin. W. P. Grimes, Congress raise the Internal revNow lot A good crowd attended court yesterwrong on one issue. Vote for nett, G. S. Carpenter. National may be and the day but very little business was done. Crab Orchard, No. 1, Dud Wallen, J. enue tax $1 a barrel Hardin and the full democratic tickot. treasury will be all right and things will There were about 100 cattle on tho marW. McWhorter, R. H. Bronaugh. be evened up with the trust. No. 2, Bright King, Robt. Estes. ket, about half ol which changed handB citizens of Eminence held an imThE Twenty of the largest manufactur- privately. No public Bales wero made. No. 1, L. G. Gooch, M. Waynesburg, bemense meeting to express their contempt G. Revnolds. ers of plug tobacco havo decided to biought 3c; feeders Bradley and to reThey say Good mountain cattle for the action of Col. gin making cigarettes at once. cattle 3c; heifers 2 to 2jo 31c; No. 2, D. A. Twaddle. sent the insult offered their people. They their action is not a fight against tho A few milk cows brought from $18 to No. 3, T. W. Hutchison. was no intended effort It Is likely to result claim that there Hustonville, No. 1, H. M. Johnson, J. Cigarette Trust, but $20. There were a few plug horses offerhim and that his conduct wafl to disturb in lively competition for a while. S. Hughes, J. S. Goode. ed but there was no demand for them. insulting and his language unbecoming TheBecond democratic convention W. W. Lyon. Matt Cohen returned to Richmond No. 2, J. T. Bohon, indorsed the democratic with his string of horses on Monday afa man seeking tho high" office of governor No. 3, J. Nevin Carter, J. A. Givons, in Nebraska of Kentucky, and wholly unwarranted, platform of 1S92, and the presideut s in- ter a awing around the fair circuit. He Goode. to bolt the track and B. F. except as a pretext of its financial plank. Free brought home with him 6S first ribbonsi The contest in tho Rowland precinct, terpretation galling fire which he knew escape the Bllver at 10 to 1 was opposed, 20 second and six third, representing in Stanford No. 4, was settled by allowing coinage of was to be poured Into him by Gen. Hargold standard favored as the money 1,010. Col. James W. Caperton each Bet of delegates to cast half the vote. and the din. The meeting also denounced the Nominations being in order Mr. R. H. safest and best for all classes. has just sold a pair of aa large oxen as communication of E. R. Moody & Son Bronaugh withdrew the name of J. F, Importers of sewing needles made were ever raised In the county. They published in the Post as a tissue of Holdam and suggested that the nomina- In Germany are able to eell them in this weighed 4,200 pounds and brought 4j, falsehoods uttered by turncoaU, who are tion of W. 8. Burch be made unanimous. market en a profit of 15 cents per 1,000 or $178 60. Richmond Register. hAlrtin odium bv their This is for the common qualiwhich on motion of Dr. J. T. Bohon wsb needles. GO statements that there was misbehavAll ty. The better qualities sell at 40 to branded done. Mr. Burch was called for and cents per thousand. At present there Is ior by the Frankfort crowd are made a neat little speech of thanks hnd as false and all effort to put the blame on promised to do his best for the election no duty on needles. Crab Orchard, Ky. them for Col. Bradley's childish conduct of the whole ticket. No other business LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. dishonest. The resolutions is absurd and appearing, the convention adjourned. are signed by preachers, bankers, lawFully 3,000 people from the counties Select, Private, High Grade, ThorG. A. Lackey, Ohm. yers, editors and business men and are a of Laurel, Clay, Knox, Bell and Whitley ough, Practical, Progressive. J. T. Emu by, Secy. thorough refutation of intentional effort were here Saturday to bear the Hon. P. to disturb the easily disturbed republiNEWSY NOTES. W. Hardin, democratic candidate for Will enter upon the second year's is can leader. work Sept. 2, and will close speak. The girl at Grand Haven, governor, A 13 year-ol- d s May 30, 1S96". one of the largest in Kentucky and Oapt. John A. Steele was nominated Mich., was convicted of killing her of the people were unable to get for representative by the democratic pri mother. For terms of admission apply to inside. Gen. Hardin made the speech mary In Woodford county by a plurality Hotel waiters in Louisville are about of his life, which was an old fashioned Dk. J no. S. Stait, Prcs. of 278. There were three candidates. to strike for 12.50 a day during the endemocratic speech, just Buch an ono as Joe A. Cohen, who campment. Our Crab Orchard, Ky. had 45 our people desired to hear, aud It stood on tho burning deck and proclaimJohn Cams, who broke his wife's any dissatisfaceffect of harmonizing ed himself a Thos. Jefferson, Andrew neck, was let off with Bix year by a jury the ; tion that existed in tho democratic party CarJackson, Grover Cleveland, John G. at Vanceburg. in this end of the State. The people left silver, free A negro at Fayettevillo, Tenn., who lisle democrat and for free I : . : vieing with each other who could do the turnpikes and Joe Blackburn only got bad assaulted a white woman, was most good for the party between this 155 votes and failed to carry even his banged by a mob. Sixty Aero Farm Near Stanford. and November. own precinct. Joe could have done betAt Boise, Idaho, a man under senmentioning Will be sold at public auction w.thout rsere A little incident worth ter here and we advise him to shake the tence of death for murder, escaped from took place on Gen. Hardin leaving the his feet jail and is still at large. 21, 95 duBt from Woodford county from On court room. Two prominent republicans 8. Levrick, of Denver, Col., has inand return to where he is better appreat dwelling home At 1 o'cloeV In introduced themselves to him and told on the premne. the altirncon. Stanford anil Laa- Situated near ciated. The nominee is a sound money herited 575,000 from an Irish woman who -- ... him they hnd never voted anything but catter iilkr.cn uix Kivcr, leime aim u. Jwtll. close friend of Blackburn. It acomlotuble used to scrub out his office. man, but a would if they ttateoi eultiatIon. lUs ouatl nthprneenuarY out-- ! republican ticket, but i....a. ni.l tin. an. I Crisp has expressed the kind, ct smal lived till the election vote for him. This buildingsrioe orchard and nunv ui iwumin Dernrs. Mr. J. W. Harris, State News Editor bimeelf as favoring Whitney forthe dem shows you how the thing is going in tho rruili aaa neighborhood, neir church and ichcol. caih.baUnc In landi years Terms of the Louisville Post, and a poet of ocratic nomination for president. M. SPEED PEVTOX mountains and Col. Bradley will bo tho jo The insurgents in the province of much note, will tako to himself a wife in Kentucky, when Owensboro Kan Sub. China, are said to have organ worst surprised man Oct. 1, Mips Elio Taylor, an Public Salo the returns from the old eleventh are beauty. At the rate Kentucky editors ized an armv and captured 11 cities. you people down in Central John Williams ia wanted at Peru, are becoming Benedicts, four in less than in makinc calculations on the LAND, STOCK & CROP. many monthB, there will hardly he Ind., for setting fire to his house while as election in this district, where tho repub left by next year a sufficient number of the members of his family were asleep. Having determined to go Weit, I will, on have a majority of 15,000 -- don t Glasgow has a novelty in three Mor licans single ones to entertain the girls at the more than 5,000 -f- or this Is all SATURDAY, calculate k SEPT. 21. 1896 Kentucky Press Association. Col. mon preachers, who are holding services will get. The democrats are makof to marry or be crushed in the court house and talking right out they will have he highest and bet bi. dei our home tlM I I.h.I nnliinlnn .Infill ing a house to house canvass and every Sell to II tho weight of increasing years in meeting. out with all necesdemocrat will be brought out and all the Acres, well watered, good orchardsi andinilcs trom sary outbuilding, on good pike Masonic Temple, at Boston was aland responsibilities. be left at home that can bo. Stanford, i mile from Turneriville, I mile from republicans most entirely destroyed by fire, entailaud church and 3 mile from C. b. m ., Cincinnati Comme- ing a loss of 1400,000. A fire lieutenant Twice-- "Week , KK.ucihji .. Thb iTen.jr;-i-v.- u We will also sen 3 norres FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. rcial-Gazette, an eight page paper of was probably fatally injured. lancy harness mare, 7 mlllc mule, j cows and calves, t yeaning steers, a ao acres eight columns each, containing the A. F. Mri&erly sold to F. Reld a pair feeders weighing about 1.000 lbs , 15 orntt"i The Utah democratic convention t MlA'.H.ltif in.nlAfnlitc. , nriUtehOltl much choice nominated two candidates for tho Unit- of grOWIUfi I.UIII, .iiwi.imiii, ,...,.v... mules for $70. cream of the dallies and and kitchen furniture. sold matter for the laborer, the farmer and ed States Senate and adopred resolutions John Johnson, of Boyle, bought in Terms. Laud will betwo years,f withcash In hand interest at and balance In one and H can bo had with this in favor of dee coinage of flilver. a., tf rl ain1 at 2Jc. ...... the Casey a bunch of heifers 5 percent, rersonai piopcuy, j u. that 3,000 bales of excellent in hand; over'rjk. amount a credit with good note $3.00 for 15 months. Send us paper for Fob Sale. A New York woman jumped from without interest. m.i.i i,n i.' M E.and I. L. OOODK, that amount at once and secure the best Brooklyn bridge in order to get a job as hay. Josh B.Jones, Stanford, Ky. Turnersville, Ky. H.T. Bush, Auctioneer democratic a museum freak. She was locked up in republican and the strongest We have 75 good stock nogB ior bbib. papers published. All good Btock. Powell & Harper, Husjail to awali her trial for insanity. Frank Davis, of Washington, Ind., tonville. good feeding cattle, The Madison county democrats in- took a dose of morphine with suicidal For Sale.-- 10 Only Duect Liue ISctweeo W. A. Oofley, structed for John D. Goodloe, a sound intent because a pretty widow whom he weighing 1,150 pounds. money McCreary man and adopted a res- had been courting refused his band. McKinney. Shortest and quickest between lowered Frankfort, Georgotown and Paris, olution condemning the contention that Lehman, a destroyed several Fire at Carrolton e to Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthiana, either tho State or National platform business buildings causing losses of es- the track record for a mile and Falmouth and Covington. free unlimited coinage of silver timated at 505,000. the Browuiski & Son, 1:4& at LoaUville.l Aslc for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains is by the United States. Col. Goodloe Ben Brush, tho Louisville colt, got run by Central Standard Time. druggists, are among the burned out. Time Tabid June a, 1805. furlongs In 1:00 2 5 at Sheeps-hea- d the present Senator and as he is a very Ths most encouraging feature in over five Xo. 1. Xo. 3. Xo. 7. EAST. election is a foregone TIIAINS popular man, his Bay, the f aetest time of the year. p. in. p. m. a. m. the week's review of trade by Dun and recently two Lve KranVf ort .V 00 conclusion, 400 7 00 Cicero Reynolds sold Bradstreet is the assurance that the corn ao 4 Elkhorn ...711 3c, and 50 aheep at 48 4 30 Stamping Urouna 72s will be enormous all oyer the coun- 1,200 pound cattle at a IJ of the Mt. Vernon Ea- crop 4 47 Georgetown,...!!... 7 47 50- Editor Smith, $1.00. He bought nine calves at $12 try. 4 J? S. DtfDOt. 7 55 301 Arr. r. 4 00 ol. HflvH his is the only paper between Paris C, 830 S35 A Flemlngaburg man baled 1,000 A speed of 02 miles an hour on oml the Vircinia line, that is r.i..nnn 75 bales of bay last week which he pur- TRAIXS WKST. Xo. a. Xo. 4. Xo. 10. Xo. 8. a heavy grade, claimed to be equal to p. m. a. in. p. m. a. in. supporting the democratic ticket. If this miles on level track, was made by an chased for G a ton. He will Bhlp It 6 00 C 440 9 4S Lve Paris to much, were true it wouldn't amount :o 17 64J C. S. Depot electric locomotive in the Baltimore tun- East. 6 40 ia compara5 S3 635 Georgetown U 10 because Brer Smith's Already we hear of $1 per barrel as '" Stamp's Gro'd 10 40 703 8 7 38 nel. bushel. The Eagle's 11 16 Elkhorn tively bid under a of corn and In Warren 7a l!i Scribner's Magazine paid Mrs. Hum- the ruling price 15 7 35 screams, loud as they are, do not reach phrey Ward $15,000 for her "Story of county it la aaid It has been sold at 75 Arr Frankfart A... u 30 of SUXDAY TRAINS. the ears of more than 'ateon thousand 9 cents. Bessie Coatrell," which is about Leave Georgetown to 36 a. mj arrive Frankfort people. , The noted Jersey bull, Farmers' 85 more than it is worth. Courier "liav'e Frankfort 4 00 p. m. arrive Georgetown Glory 5190, got 131 calves, 99 of which 4 going to nominate a Journal. Thb populists are lived nine years and JThe Kentucky Midland Railway and connecnumTho first veteran to arrive at Camp were heifers. He shortest and cheapest full ticket in Boyle, if a sufficient and aymme-tr- tions form theEast, North and West. route to all points South, faith can be found to Caldwell was a man 75 years old, who was remarkable for beauty ber of men of that Fcr further information apply to their agents. Six of hlBbelfera entered the Lincoln, popu- said be had walked from the northwestC. D. BEflCAw. Gen. Pas. Agent. fill the list. Like in old descendants are GEO. B. HARPER, Kec'r & Gen.Sup, Hat and many of his as scarce there as hen's teeth ern part of Illinois, having been two lists are Frankfort Ky. weeks on tho road. the tested list. in as they are scarce. nine-year-old I NEW : GOODS ! , AT THE SIX PAGES- - Louisville Store. New Goods at the Louisville Store As well as the Lowest. Prices. -- X- :t - do-cre- ase auei-byvi- lle - car-loa- Every article carrying within itself the convincing proof that in its Your purse will open quickly purchase you arc saving-money- . gaze upon the splendid bargains in our new Fall and Winter Stoek. Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Dress Goods and Notions. All shades in double width dress goods, 15c All wool serge 40 in. wide, 25c. Strictly all wool Tricot, 25c. Canton Flannels, 5, 6, 7;., S'j and ioc. Nice fancy bordered and fringed napkins, 12x12, 25c per doz 1 6xi 6 inch fancy borJcrcd long-distan- eatl-mat- ed i !l: Napkins 50c A Dozen. 29x14 inch bath towels 5c. 2Sxi2 inch all linen towels 5c. ey-ciht- nff i' 000-poun- d Our.Shoc and Uoot line is complete in every respect. We arc prepared to furnish them to you at the old prices. CLOTHING. We have our Fall and Winter Clothing in and it is ready for inspection. We arc better prepared to supply the wants of lhc public in that line than we have ever been. In connection with our ready made clothing wc have an elegant line of Tailoring Samples for the coming season. The selection is complete in every respect. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STANFORD, Branch Stores. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, liardstown, (. . K'Y"., A. URBANSKY & CO.,.Proprictois, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. fellow-citizens- COLLEGE HOME. Educate Your Daughters. Full course in Literary Department. Five Months with Board, &c, for SS5, $90, $95, according to grade. court-hous- e two-third- L J. M. HUBBARD, President, Howard Female College, Gallatin, Tennessee. pubixc sax:. Groat Bargain -- TOD NEED ONE. -- The Celebrated- - Iff p Saturday, Sept. 11 Vulcan Chilled Plows, The best on earth. The best is always the cheapest. r. -.. er Try one. rst-class One-thir- d in-No- Ken-n,n- of W. H. WEAREN & CO. Wc arc now ready to show our customers the largest and best assorted line of Carpets ever brought to Stanford. You can certainly find just what you arc looking in Moqucttes, Velvets, Body Brussels, Tapistry Brussels, All Wool Ingrains, Hemp and Straw Mattings, Oil Cloths, Lcnolium Mattings, Coco Matts, Rugs, Napias Matting, Dutch Three Ply. You can not afford to miss our ioday bargains. Make it a point to sec our goods and you will know where to t purchase your fall floor coverings. ifc' Crad-doc- w scbool-houi- e a 1 1 I two-year-o- ld one-hal- house-keepe- 1 .... " WITHERS & HOOKER Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky m. Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Fraulcfort JL M fjL- - aJL K FALL STOCK, -- four-year-ol- d, fav-or- 1-- Latest : Style : Shapes, All Colors- -- 1 Soft and Stiffs. 1 -' v iht H. : J. M'ROBERTS. The Noel Planing Mill Co. ! LANCASTER, KY Ceiling, Flooring and all kinds Has now on hand Weather-Boardinof Dressed Lumber. Can furnish Doors, Sash and Blinds F. O. B. Stanford, Ky. We use only Alabama Pine and Mountain Yellow Poplar. We are prepared to meet competition from all points on cash orders. g, $14,-09- y. 14-l- b. and aa quiet - , jj.jvfedM-- ? - 'Vftiij , mt.Wn 1 i1! I ' I'm --W . ft .'i A pM rpf0& -- 4. ?,! r- - 'Vn.tii ,4Tj t. y .""J"-"''- ' MM eie BOXERS coming FIGHT. CORDETT AND SIZED UP. FIT2-SIMMONS The Latter Is Conn. lent of Surer In the Cuming Content .Meniureiiieiits of llio Men riUaliuinoiu' Wonderful fowrr of llipuniloii. fOLLC A'ti ?&gX. iTjpV figuring, and within the next few weeks they will nil you In black and whlto which of the " . irro.-t- t tinlr. Corhett anil Fltzslmmonn. will win, Just why he should win, nnd tho Absolute Impossibility of a sllp-uIt takes tlmo to muster n problem of this sort, more time thnn It requires for a believer In turf "dope" to pick .1 hundred winners, but men who wrestle seriously with such knotty propositions usually have plenty of time on their hands. A few months nso, when tho big mntch was llrst talked of, very many persons possessing a casual knowledge of professional fighting affairs smiled nt Fltz's presumption In challenging the conqueror of Kllrnln, .Sullivan and Mitchell. Hut Fits was thoroughly In earnest nnd will be thoroughly in onrnrst until tho finish. Tho Now .enlnnder Is not nn Intellectual giant, but ho knows how to fight, and KT'vCkm A '""" -- p. 'i L , ( hpf i 1 I thinks he un lake th rhnmplon'a measure, and nothing but smart walloping from Corbett could convince him to the contrary. Corbett Is confident FItz will Ihs convinced. "I can't for the life of me discover nny medals on Jim's manly chest," said Jlobert the other day. "He's never best n flyer, so far as I can see. Kllraln, oh? And Choynskl. ah? And Jackson, nnd Sullivan and Mitchell? A fine lot. Ono prent fighter In tho bunch old Peter. This record doos not scaro mc. Hall made a pretty good showing nrnlnst Jim for six rounds In Chlcaro. I attended to him In New Orleans very properly. I take It. An for Choynskl, ho didn't turn out to be mutton pie, but I cooked his goose In Boston, and It Is acknowledged that Joe gave him tho toughest tight he ever had. I'm no blowhard, hut I fancy I could have trimmed iwwr old Sullivan In two rounds the night Corbutt tumbled Into I will bet 15.000 tho championship. Mitchell can't stay three rounds with mc, nnd I want him to be well nnd sound, too." FItz has put on n grent deal of flesh of late, nnd he proposes to ei.ter the ring carrying a greater amount of avoirdupois than ever before. He was almost convulsed with merriment when told that Corbett asserted that he (FItz) would not be able to hit him. "Well. If my arms are not paralyzed." he said, confidently. "Ill lilt him all right I hae never been up against a man I couldn't hit. and I havo met the cleverest In the world. I hope to become champion of the world, and when I do I won't stand off honorable challenges nnd light every two or three yenrs as Corbett has done. After a pood rest I will meet any recognized champion of nny country who has the 11 BLOW, FIT5VS KNOCK-OU- T wlille. like all men In his profession, he Is n bad Judge of other lighters, FItz height, nccorllng to nn old rule. Jim" nils tho bill exactly, In TIES AMERICA'S CUP. this particular, for he Is 73 Inches across and 6 feet 1 Inch tall. Tho rule HISTORY OF THE FAMOUS SILdoesn't work In tho case of Fltzslm-monVER TROPHY. though, for he stretches out C feet 2i Indies, nnd InckH C feet In height by a full quarter of nn Inch. Ills ndvnntnge In height over Corbett mny Its Artunl Value About 5.15, Yet It IIn not bo of grent benefit to him, but It Cot I'ulljr 83,000,000 V11 it lUrlnr certnlnly en n not net ns a hnndlcap. CorKxprnsc (Innr Huw lcna of ThU bett does not figure on feeling Fltz"s Yeiir's Conlcstniili. glove In Ids face contlnunlly In spite of Hob's superior reach. Fltz's chest measurement Is one lneh F tho America's grentor than t'orbctt's, nnd he might cup were melted give Jim n good start nlso In n compedown nnd sold for 30 tition In expansion. FItz goes from y old silver It Inches normnl to 41 Inches when his would probably not Is be worth more chest Is filled with nlr nnd his shoulthan der muscles nre stiff. Corbett Is 3S $35 at the market Inches nround the chest ordlnnrlly and price of silver. Its 42 Inches filled out. The students of original cost as nn form may weigh nil these points. Here alleged work of art nre tho Ilgures nnd, ns n certnln phion the part of the losopher onco said, figures don't He: w h o silversmith Corbett. Fltzslmmons. made It was 100 C ft. 1 In In. guineas, or, 5 ft. Height In American money, about 27 yenrs 32 years Age $525. Nevertheless, this supremely ugly 185 lb 170 lb. Weight piece of silverware has cost at least 17 In 15 In. Neck to tho two nattona which have 38 In 39 In. Chest for half a century striven with each 41 In. 42 In Chest expanded other on the high seas for Its posses33 In 29 In. Waist sion. It is easy to count up how the 21 In In. Unlted States has spent directly 20 Thighs 0 144 In 13; In. Calves to keep tho cup on this side. The C ft. 1 In. .Arms outstretched. Cft. 3 Hi in. British havo spent much more to get UIoops 144 In im In. possession of It. Tho expense of tho 10V4 In. Forearm 114 In British has been greater becauso they C14 In fl'A in. Wrist have been under the necessity of build9. 8 .Size of glove ing their boats on the other side, try7. ing them on the other Size of hnt 74 side, sending 8 Size of shoes them over hero and taking them back again. To build a yacht and put her In racing trim, sond her across tho AtMADGE ELLIS. lantic In cruising trim, to put her back A Singe Ilentity Who I AMo a Grace-fi- d when she hns safely completed her voyage Into racing trim again, nnd Arlre. Actress 'Madge Kills was born In then, dually, after sho has sailed her Troy, N. V.. February 4, 1S75. Sho moved to New York City with her parents nt a very enrly age, and graduated from the public schools at the nge of tlfteon. Her llrst appearance on tho stage waH ns a page In Modjoska's company. Sho next Joined the Lillian Russell Opera Company, then presenting "La Clgale," remaining throughout the season, nnd traveling to Snn Francisco, Cnl., and back. Sho next played Cupid in Henderson's "Slnbnd" company, nftcr which she wns engaged by Georgo Thatcher to Join his company In Snn Francisco for tho production of "Africa." Sho returned to New York with this company, playing tho role. Last season she determined to enter vaudeville, nnd her first apimarance therein was with Heevcs .fc .Palmer's Cosmopolitans, nt the Court Street Theater, Iluffalo, N. Y. She met with success from the outset. Last August she wns engaged nt the American Hoof Gnrden. where sho remained four weeks, and divided honors with n Carmenclta. At the close of the sho went to the Imperial Music Hull. She was now sought by managers, and by mnnagers of combinations, but refused to leave New York, and continued her success all winter at Tony Pastor's. Miner's Bow-er- y Theater and the Manhattan Athletic Club. Early last spring she went 'Tom-padour s, i to-da- I ifi lli $300.-00- S. deal to put big stoops like the Mayflower and Puritan in trim and to man nnd rnco them properly. The Mayflower had cost about $50,000 when sho was through with her races against tho Galatea, About $50,000 may nlso be put down to tho Puritan, which raced against the Gcnesta. In the trial races to select an opponent for tho Genesta it will be remembered that tho sloops Prl8cllln and Atlantic wore entered. These sloops wore built for cup defenders, and the Prlscllla Is supposed to have represented an outlay of $10,000 and the Atlantic of a like amount after the trial races. When tho Atalanta came from Canada to sail her absurd race for the cup, the flag officers of the New York Yacht Club spent about $15,000 In building, manning and sailing in tho trial races tho sloop Pocahontas. Tho expenso In sailing the Graclo and the Mischief in these trial races, and the expense of sailing tho Mischief against the Atalanta, with all the incidental outlay, could not have been far from $10,000, Including the expenses of the New York Yacht Club ns a club, which makes a total of 0 which It cost to defend a cup from a challenge which never should havo been Issued. To defend tho cup against the Countess of Dufferln It cost about $1,000. This brings us back to 1871, the year of Mr. Asbury and the Livonia. That was a great and lively tlmo In the history of the America's cup. and one which yachtsmen on both sides of tho water hope will never be repeated. Such was tho conduct of Mr. Asbury In regard to the racing for the cup that tho New York Yacht Club, after the national races, returned to him the challenge cups which he had presented to the club, and ended the unfortunate Incident of his yachting exploits on this side of the water. $43,-00- ventor of tho amgun for monia dogs blessed. How the gun Is operated Is shown by the accompanying cut. Nothing is more annoying to the rider than to have ... s" a mongrel dog barking at his pedals and scurrying ndross his pathway in such close proximity to the front wheel as to be a constant reminder of a possible "header." The gun Is manufactured In tho east, nnd Is calculated to make an annoying dog sneeze nnd snuff away all future ambitions to Investigate the pace of a rider. It Is said to bo a perfect instrument In every way. The advantages enumerated for It are: Positively will not leak; has no spring to press or caps to remove, and will shoot from five to twelve times from fifteen to thirty feet with one loading. ' theorists believe, that there arc benevolent as well ns mischievous microbes In the world, and this beneficent small-fr- y are necessary to the perpetuation of EXPERIMENTS AND INVENTIONS human life. There nre many sorts of INTERESTING TO ALL. microbes or bacteria that act as ferments, and through their means food Is assimilated and prepared for absorpHome MnrtelntK Strides ICecenlly Mnde tion. Tho examination of the animals In tho World Cheinlcnt treated as described showed that tho nnd KU'ctrlcul Wonder Workci assimilation of food nlmost entirely ceased when Ihc air and nutriment were Hidden Treasure. deprived of mlcroblo organisms. Of course, at the outset tho digestive apVERY bicyclist In paratus of the crcaturos experimented the land will rise on must havo been full of the usual bacteria, therefore the stock on hand up and call tho In- POPULAR SCIENCE. 4 ' Mocli.-uilrn- l Jte-vcall-ug could not be exhausted. It Is Impossible to find a living creature without Its complement of mlcroblo organisms. 73 Jllles an Hour on the Water. St. Paul (Minn.) correspondence: Tho propeller Invented by Amroy B. Smith of this city, which the inventor claims will enable a steamer equipped with It to attain a practically unlimited Bpeed, and a brief notice of which was given In these dispatches a few days ago, is a very simple contrivance, yet a marvel of ingenuity. Old steamboat men who have examined it express the opinion that the propellor will no doubt send a steamer through the water at the rate of fifty and perhaps even seventy-fiv- o miles an hour. There are three distinct inventions belonging to the propeller. First, there are the lng buckets or blades, so arranged that they have what are termed a continuous self-adjus- t, A Time-Sittin- g .1 - - bou-bret- to enable tho saw to work In both directions. Instead of sawing from one end of the log to the other, and then running tho carriage back to start In at tho same end, the Idea was to run through, and then saw back, Instead of having tho carriage roll back without producing any result other than again setting it in place. This Idea was abandoned because of tho difficulty of keeping the log In place after some of the boards had been removed. Formerly the log was sawed not entirely through, but a portion was left, which kept all of the pieces together until the sawing of the log was finished. The use of tho circular and band saws has made It possible to Introduce tho Improvements, nnd in future the sawing will be done first from one end, then from the other. Tlrrproof Celluloid. Bv than a quarter of a century ago the owner of a sawmill In a western state suggested the possibility of an upright saw with teeth on both edges and a double set of gearlnK. that would More Invention. sen-so- n MADGE KLLIS. to the West Indies for her health. She returned In June, nnd wan Immediately engaged as the star feature of the American Hoof Garden. After the first week, her success being so great, she was engaged for tho entire senson. Miss Kills Is very pretty, very graceful, and Is a natural actress. She Illustrates her songs In a way which Is always suro to win her audience. She la magnetic, nnd possesses the art of holding her audience to tho end of her act, which usually consumes from twenty-thre- e to twenty-si- x minutes. Miss Kills has had several offers to go to London and many to go upon tho road. Itettlng S to 1 American cup has already begun in New York. A wager of $1,000 to $500 has been made that Defender will bent III. In the cup series. It Is supposed to have been made for W. K. Vanderbllt. There Is a lot of money ready to bo put up. A number of bookmakers havo been approached, but little or no business has been done because the bookmakers prefer to lay against tho challenging yacht. They want too big odds to suit the Defender men. Val-kyrlo Betting on tho yacht race for the Defender Will Win. fMi CORBETT BY INCHES, capital to back him. I am told Peter Maher, tho Irish champion, means to challenge tho winner of tho fight. As far as I am concerned, I don't see why I should bo asked to meet Peter again after I defeated him so signally at New Orleans when I was a middleweight. However, If tho Inducements nre sulllclent I will waive all objections and give Peter another chance. In a word, I will meet ali coiners of the championship class and not pose as an nctor nor try to flll'any other silly pnrt for which I nm unlltted." The picture shows Corbett's exnet measurements nnd determines the question of reach, which has been In dispute a long time. Corbett waa never measured with outstretched arms before. A man should stretch with both trmi spread out a distance equal to bis BASEBALL PERSONALS. Jack Doyle made himself very unpopular wherever tho New Yorks appeared on the last western trip by his Incessant wrangling. Kx. Bug Holllday was presented with a silver bat on Sunday last for leading the Cincinnati club In batting In two succeeding seasons. Pitcher Hoffer. of Baltimore, made his first error of tho senson last week, and the same day lost his fifth game out of twenty pitched. Not In years hns Cincinnati had a club that stood as well In tho race as the present one. As a result Kwlng la getting lots of praise. Dad Clarke facetiously remarks that the League players nre going to hold a meeting to consider how he gets away with his pitching. Kx. Umpire Tim Keefo Is the unlucklest man on the League staff In getting hit by foul tips. Louisville has won eighteen games so far this season. This Is one game more than tho Philadelphia club won the entire senson of 1SS3. Fred Tenney would make a good outfielder. His catching Is not natural, and broken lingers are numerous when work. lie Is called on focj-egula- r fiber from paper mills is to be made into cel luloid. Tho supply of material is collected from water used in washing. By the addition of chemicals, these fibers are precipitated and from a filmy mass, which Is strained, allowed to settle, and then pressed Into a solid body. After being put through some very simple processes, It can be cut Into slices and arranged In any required form. This Is a valuable discovery, as It utilizes . that which heretofore has gone to waste. The preparation differs from DEFENDER. ordinary celluloid in that it Is positively non.lnflnmmnhlo. nnd has sufficient races, to transform her a second time Mr. Asbury's schooner Livonia raced rigidity to make it available for stereo Into a cruising yacht nnd send her against tho schooner Sappho twice and typing and similar purposes. back across tho Atluntlc, costs a great the Columbia three times; yet tho total A Manelou Writing Machine. expense of defending the cup was not deal of money. Every Englishman who has como large, and It Is probable that, Including The accompanying cut gives a very over hero seeking tho cup, with the posMr. Asbury's rnco of the preceding good idea of the appearanco of a script sible exception of Lieutenant Hcnn, has year with the Cambria against tho and typewriter, the invention of a resibrought with him a sort of advisory Magic, the total expense of defending dent of San Francisco, Cal. The whole committee, consisting either of his per- the cup In the years of 1870 and 1871 was mechanism of this wonderful piece of machinery Is Inclosed In a dustproof sonal friends or the designer of his not much over $5,000. boat and tho maker of her sails. When From these Ilgures It will bo seen aluminum case, 12x12 Inches square, giving It a handsome, proportionate apLord Dunraven enmo over hero two yenrs ago, for Instance, he brought pearance. Nothing Is exposed but the with him Watson, the designer of keys and the line of writing. The II., and Lapthorn, the snllmaker, keys arc arranged In a perfect circle on top of tho case, with the spacers on each and in all probability paid their When Sir Kdward Sutton came side, making It very compact and easily over In tho Genesta he brought with manipulated. The type Is arranged In him the designer of the yacht, J. Bca-vthree circles or baskets Immediately be Webb It Is safe to say that the neath the keyboard, and may be re English. In trying to regain the cup, volved Into any desired position at the have spent considerable over a million will of the operator. These baskets or dollars. The futile attempts of Cancircles of type are entirely Independent ada with the Countess of Dufferln and of tho machine proper and can be lifted tho Atalanta were small things from a out Instantly, while any kind of script monetary point of view, ns they were or type may be substituted for the from a yachting viewpoint. Tho exstyle removed. This operation will not pense to Canada was probably less In occupy more than ten seconds. The Extrying to get tho cup than It was to the celsior is the only writing machine In New York Yacht Club In retaining It, existence which will permit of using and both expenses were comparatively more than one kind of type or script. trifling. The type bars, unlike all other maWhen the vigilant had finished her chines, are very short and stout, giving races and achieved her final victory to the Impression a firmness and disover Valkyrie II., It Is estimated that, tinctness of outline superior to anything ns she lay at anchor that night off the Atlantic Tacht Club, she had cost tho syndicate which built and sailed her no less than $200,000. The Colonla, all told, cost about that is, Including all the expenses of her building and the manning and sailing of her up to the end of the trial BOW VIEW OF VIGILANT, races. Upon tho Jubilee, Including all how rapidly the cost of international the expenses, General Paine Is sup- yacht racing Is Increasing. Every boat posed to have spent about $60,000. The that Is built now, either to defend the MM . ri? N Pilgrim, In her construction, running, cup or to capture It, takes a long leap etc., cost all told nbout $40,000. This forward and upward In monetary exmakes a total of $300,000 which It direct- pense, as It does In naval architecture ly cost to keep the cup on this side tho and the art of construction. As to the cup Itself, it is familiar to most people from photographs and 'ictures, but few there be who have looked upon It, compared with the millions who take a vital Interest in It. It Is generally sleeping quietly In the vaults at Tiffany's In New York. When an international yacht race Is yet accomplished. Each type bar hna a on, It Is sometimes exhibited for a day spring which releases It Instantly from or two In Tiffany's window. Occasion- the paper, making it impossible for ally on some high and solemn feast of the bars to choke, which they frequentthe New York Yacht Club the ancient ly do in other machines. The Impresand misshapen piece of silverware Is Is a downward one and made on a brought forth from Its concealment to sion rubber surface Instead of on a flat grace the center of the table, spread round one. The line of writing Is Imunder the banners which droop from tho mediately In front of the operator, as And It Is Is also the copy, thus obviating cramped walls of tho model-rooaround such a board that the yachts positions and Imparting an easy, gracemen sing Kane's chorus ful motion to the body. of Tho cup, the cup, may we never give It Ilene olent Ilnetcrlu. upl The popular idea of bacteria and microbes Is that they are enemies to THE WHEEL. human life. An eminent physician and s I'm Class A man has been scientist, in quest of light on this subA found who prefers open races and will ject, has made some most interesting not accept his mark in handicaps. His experiments with small animals. They name Is Ivos, and he is a pure amateur were kept plentifully supplied "ith air from which every known form of miof Baltimore. Ex. reporter crobe had, ns far as possible, been reA Baltimore "American" thus describes night racing: "Tho moved. They were fed upon the most BOW VIEW OF DEFENDER, last time thnt tho English strove to Hashing In nnd out of the racers In their carefully sterilized food and the water gaudy athletic suits, under the strong given to drink was chemically pure. get It from us. consequence of this form of treatThe Volunteer, when sho had finished rays thrown on them by electricity, Is The her victories over the Thistle, had been a sight never to be forgotten. The elec- ment was startling In the extreme. In the cause of the outlay of $100,000, to tric light nnd the swiftly dashing fig- some cases the animals died within a say nothing of the expense of running ures In the variegated colors of the suits few hours, a few after the lapse of some or the Mayflower and Puritan against her from an animated kaleidoscope that weeks, and the majority In a dayany two. It was Impossible to assign in the trial races, and it costs a good creates a very pretty picture." cause for this unless It be true, as some a new nrocoss the refuse BArT""r .ag5Sv.g Val-kyr- lo the same time, whether wholly or partially submerged In the water. One or two wheels can be applied on each side of a vessel amidships connected llko on a locomotive, and the one or two wheels astern, although it Is expected that one wheel on each sldo and one astern will produce a sufficiently high rate of speed. The shaft, Journal and roller bearings are new devices and Important factors, and will, it is predicted, come Into general use upon all steamships where great power and high speed are desired, and also upon stationary engines, locomotives, railway cars, street cars, etc. The cranks, etc., are also a new feature. All the Improvements aro being patented separately, but will belong to and be connected with the new propeller. Propositions havo already been received to place the new machinery upon lake and ocean vessels. The cut given herewith conveys a clear Idea of the workings of the main featuro of the Invention the buckets. The illustration gives two views of the wheel equipped with these one a side view and the other the appearance of tho edge of the wheel. The round figures at the ends of the arms are the buckets. Every arm is supplied with these, and also with the connecting chain shown. In the arm. The buckets work automatically. Those which have Just entered the water exert what Is technically termed a "continuous pull;" that which Is perpendicular In the water gives a "square pull;" and those which have passed the perpendicular and are working back toward the surface of the water supply a "push." A steamer with this propeller, It Is claimed, will go as fast as the machinery can bo worked. With the ordinary screw pro- .peller now in common use more than half of the force is wasted in pounding the water, and the machinery may bo run at the rate of seventy-fiv- e miles an hour In the work of giving the boat a speed of only fifteen. drive-wheels pit-man- pull, a square pull, nnd a push all at V? TK I s, or $85,-0- 00 M fire-pro- of The KfTcct or Color on tho .Ml nil. Experiments in the scientific management of colors tell us that there is a great difference In the effect of tints on the mental and nhvsical conditions of humanity. A medium shade o'f brown Is said to be the most restful of all colors. Light shades are not cool, but quite the reverse; and red Is not warm, but gives a cooler effect than any color. Green has been considered restful and refreshing, but hns an exceedingly depressing effect upon many temperaments; Indeed It has been thought to produce morbid conditions and melancholia of a severe type. Terra cotta has been a favorite color with artists, because they fancied that It gave a better effect to pictures, but it seems now to be approved because of Its agreeable action on the nerves and Its general restfulness. Pompellan red is thought to be one of the most admirable of colors for coolness and its soothing qualities to persons of extereme nervous susceptibilities. "It may bo possible," says a writer on this subject, "that the Pompellans painted their town red from motives more aesthetlo and hygienic than we have been able to comprehend." It has long been held by persons of nervous temperaments that reflected lights are the most trying and exasperating of tho minor annoyances of life. When we learn to select tho right colors, we may remove from our way many causes of mental and nervous Irritations. Ilmieiizorl. Elliott has been Investigating the botany of Ruwenzorl, the giant Up to mountain of Central Africa. 7,000 feet he found grass and cultivaMr. Scott Wa' mm w third-clas- w sometimes with thick undergrowth, sometimes quite open, with a profusion From of ferns, mosses, and creepers. S.COO to 9.C0O feet bamboos grow, and the predominant feature Is the wetness of everything. Only very watery planta Above 9,600 grow among the roots. feet tree heather takes the place of bamboo, and seems 10 extend to the s,now, which Mr. Elliott could not reach, and even beyond. In one attempt to reach the summit he found what seems to him the Alpine lady's mantel. On the mountain birds and animals are exHo saw a sun bird, tremely scarce. green, yellow and crimson, above 10,000 feet, and also saw a robin and a gold finch. to 8,600 feet consists of deciduous trees, tion; then begins the forest, which up m No one laughs harder at a poker Joko than the man who wants the bystanders to believe thnt he understands It. Actors are sometimes failures, but when a pugilist appsars before the public In an exhibition, he always makes a hit. 1 iiii.Bai ., SUPPLEMENT TO THE SEMI-WEEK- LY INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. LAW. T11E URESllAU fi IfllSt Grocer "I may soil dishonest goods, but I want honest money." Wino Merchant"I ilo ray mixing in tho cellar. Tho silver mine owners should keep more in the background." ATTKMll'INO SHALL C1IAXUE. w Tlin IMPOSSIBLE. i iti K- - j Bryan, of Nedisposos of nil tho complex braska, probloms of tho monoy quostiou in twolvo paragraphs, most ot which aro devoted to chiming that tho United Statos cm control tho valuo of tho rronoy motalu of tho world. Tho gist of all his propositions is found in tho following extract from tho ninth: "Tho Government, by creating a for au article of limitod production, can rai.10 tho prico of that nrticlo, mid by offering a demand unlimited in proportion to tho supply can fix tho bullion juice of gold and silver at tbo mint piicc." Becuiso of his boliof in the ability of tho Government to thus fix the prico of silver in relation to gold, ho urges this country to at onco try tho experiment of opening its mints to the unlitnitod coinage jf uilver at 1(5 to 1. Mr. Bryan's childlike faith in tho of Government m jin powers that of the African savago in his fetish, a done or Btakc, which ho firmly boliovo3 can bring raiu or ward off a pestilence. In both oases it is blind superstition without any basis in reason. There ii not tho slightest proof in nil past history or present experience for tho appertain tbjit Government can oroato an unlimited demand 1 jr silvor morely by opening tho mints for its froo coinage. India, with 200,- 00,000 people, with fow banks and tlo or no paper curronoy, wasforood i closo its mints fivo years ago, naV-- ) g in vain triod to lis tho bullion .duo of silver at its mint price. Under Jroo coinage there would be no way in ich tho pcoplo could bo corapolled i i keep all tho silver which might bo offered for coinago in circulation, and tho country would very soon find that, instead of an unlimited demand, thcro would bo a glutted silver market. Tho total amount f silver which can bo profitably used ns monoy is really vory f ill, probably not over fivo dollars Of course notes based on i i capita. r will circulate, out nanu notes d on other forms of wealth serve purposo of a circulating medium : tho ; .ch better, as thcro is not is in greatproisto of labor that there ing a lucUl to bo hoarded iu do-man- d Tho Democrats of Ohio, following in tho lead of thoso in Kentucky, have pronounced by a largo majority in favor of honest mouey. Six months ago tho froo silver pcoplo of these Statos supposed they wore so strong that no party would daro opposo thorn ; thoy fool tho ground slipping from under thorn and n growing dizziness in their 16 to 1 heads. The absuidity of thoir position and the falsity of many of their claims is apparent to all who think with sound minds. Tho common Bonso of tho pcoplo, whou nppealod to, is tho boat safo guard against fiat monoy legislation. to-da- y Tho advocates of froo silver seam to think that tho small bulk ot gold, as compared with tho total amount of property in tho country, is a reason for adopting tho silver standard. Thoy might as well complain that tho small quantity of mercury in tho world, as comparod with all the weath-o- r to bo measured, renders it unfit to servo as a means of indicating the temporature. Just as a very littlo mercury may bo used to measuro all the changes from extremo hoat to cold, so a small bulk of valuablo metal will servo M a measuro of a great deal of property. It is quality, not quantity, whioh is most dosirablo in the standard of values. so-ve- re 1 - 1 Silveritos cannot understand how tho increasing production of gold should causo a deolino in the value of silvor. Full of their idea that it is tho relative quantity of the motals mined which fixes tho ratio between them, they insist that as tho annual gold product is growing larger, the valuo of gold as compared with silver should fall. Ono reason why increased production of gold means cheaper silver is that as gold is tbo more suitablo money metal, larger supplies of it enable countries formerly using silver monoy to replace it with gold. Tho extensive prsduotion of petroloura, as compared with whalo oil, did not have tho effect of making whalo oil dearer. So tho general adoption of gold as monoy will not increase tho valuo of silvor. f I Us. - of 190 so cloarly before him, it Mirnrisintf that Mr. Bryan should Live tho hardihood to assert that tho Oovernmont.by creating a demand for That law silver, can laiso its price. rrootedj demand for 4,500,000 ounces f FUTor per month. Did tho prico go rp? For a short time, long enough Uovf the silver speculators to un-- 1 i a it advanced, but soon bogan to 11, and within two years from tho to j tho Government started ' .eato a demand" tho price of silver .is far lower than when the law wont m force. In spito of tho artificial demand for practically all tho Aracricau silver not ucd in tho nrlf, tho price declined from ''3 cents per ounce in 1SS9, to 75 cents in 1S93 ; i. moat convincing proof to uny one but a blind worshiper of tho silver fetish, that our Government cannot permanently fix tho comuercial or bullion price of silver ot its mint ratio with gold. In view of this disastrous failuro of tbo Government's attempt to raiso tho prico of silvor, it should bo evident that the sohomo of tho free coinago advocates is an absurd attempt to accomplish tho impossible. h v . .t'ith tho iforlunato experienco of i country with tho silver-machin- o Inequalities in the distribution of wealth may exist in our present social system, but it is certain that no chango in the material used to measuro wealth will do anything to help thoso who now aro poor. Tho silverites indulgo in glowing generalities about tho wonderful prosperity whioh will follow tho adoption of tho 10 to 1 panacea, but are always careful to avoid giving particulars as to how tho predicted change will come about. No advocate of freo coinage has yet attempted to explain how tho mon who have no property would havo a chance to get some under the silver standard, if, as its friends claim, tho price of all kinds of property would bo doubled. A Bchemo for tho relief of tho poor which proposes to put property further out of thoir reach, should bo oasily seen through by those whom the silver raino owners' agents pretend to be desirous of helping. Not From Ills Standpoint, "IIow much did you say you owed, $1000? Now, my friend Populist with free silver, it will cost you only S500 to pay that off." Farmer "UmphI I'm afraid that wouldn't do me any good." Populist "But why not?" Farmer "I want to borrow S1000 moro." Life. tho froo coinage of Hilvor would necessarily bring us to tho tingle silver standard basod upon tho markot valuo of 371f grains of silver. I wish now, in addition to tho testimony of individuals as to thoir opinion of what tho effect would bo, to call attention to tho actual condition of things iuovcry country in tho world whero tho fico coinage oj silvor now qxists. In overy ono of thum, so far as I know without excoption, tho free coinago of silver oxoludes tho monetization of gold on tho ground that a markod difforenco between tho valuo of silver and gold according to its coinago standard and its market valuo will prcvont any person from bringing tho better metal to tho mint to havo it coined; it will necessarily excludo tho coining of tho better metal and necessarily prevent tho paymont of tho better motal. No man governed by tho ordinary selfish notions of individuals will ever day in gold when it is worth more than silver. They did not pay in silvor whou silver was worth moro than gold according to tho logal ratio, and tho converso of that proposition is equally true. There is a law of finance as universal as tho laws of tho Ton Commandments, and that is that whon thero aro two standards of value, or two moans of payment, tho cheaper ono will be nsod and tho dearer metal will be oither exported to where it is more valuablo or it will bo hoarded or kopt in the control of the owner. Wo plaiu people distinguish between a ragged bill and a good, fresh, crisp bill, beoauso wo would rather carry tho crisp bill than tho ragged bill. It is the natural instinct of human naturo among all peoplo to Belect tho pooror motal for paymont to othors and keep tho bost himself. I believe that is tho law of solfish- ness, which is a universal law. It is somotimos called the Grosham law, becauso a famous man iu England, in tho timo of Queen Elizabeth, who was not only a high finaucial authority, but uejd high ofiices in Great Britain, pro'claimed tho simplo principlo that tho cheaper money will always in circulation the better monoy. Subsequently, when a contest grew up as to the recoinago of tho gold and silver coins of England, in tho early part of the eighteenth century, nearly two hundred years ago, tho question of recoinago cnterod into politics of Great Britain, and was finally carried by tho great woight and power of Sir Isaao Newton, who decided in favor nf tho recoinago of tho coins of tho realm. Mr. President, that is tho universal law, and theroforo whon I qnoto tho actual results among Nations it is only to show that among Nations as well as among individuals tho samo rulo prevails. In Mexico thoy havo tho freo coinago of silver. Thoy havo no coin-agof gold, not bocauso they cannot coin it, but simply becauso nobody would carry tho gold to the mints to bo coined when it is moro valuable than tho silver. In all tho South American Nations I bolievo thero is free coinago of silver. If 1 am in error about this I shall bo glad to bo correctol some other time, but I think I am not. Now what is tho condition of affairs in those South American countries? In tho first place, having tho freo coinago of silver, thoy hai moro or loss of silver iu Brazil and tho Argon-tinConfederaion, but thoy soon drifted into practically an irrodeoma-bipaper money. But wo sometimes hear, and my friend from Nevada (Mr. Stewart) has often quoted India, as if India now had all tho blessings of tho sysIt is tem of freo coinago praotically. said that India absorbs all tho silvor that is adoat a Nation of two or three hundrod millions of people, who are about a thousand years behind tho timo and they havo raado monoy by it. I havo taken groat pains to study tho Indiaa question, and I am prepared to show that tho rosulta of practically tho freo coinago of silver in India aro precisoly tho same that havo occurrod in every other country. Hon. John Sherman, Juno dia-plac- Stiver Standard Nations Coin No Gold. WTion I closod yottorday I was speaking of tho effect of tho froo ooin-ag- o of silver to bring us to tho single silvor standard. I quoted tho opinions of quite a nnmbor of persons who were of that viow, who bolieved that AVliy It Explains Simpsing. I war jet' as much dar as any obdo fellalm do book say war dar, and so war Gole an' Vandcrbilt, and do next time yo' runs across LI mo Gago, tho big goldbug banker, or Walsh.au-noddcChicago banker, or Coal Scuttle, yo' ax 'em of I wasn't dar just thing else. Tho average production of silvor in do samo timo dey war." "Well, I guoM dat sottlo it dat yo' tho ton years prior to 1872 wan, in figures, 350,000,000 oaoh year, war dar, Brudder Johnsing. But I round and tho average prico was $1.32 an want to ax yo' ot dat littlo kid did got ounce. In 1880, tho produotton htul away wid all dom big bankahs and increasod to 8120, 000,000, and natur- Collytiahaners in tho argyment liko do ally tho prico had gono down to 99 "Indeed ho did, nab, joi' ai suah as cents an ounco. Iu 1892 and '93, tho annual production had readied tho doy war dar. and his amahs please do onormous sum of $190,000,000, and augonoo moutloy. Say, yo' reoolloo' tho prico moat naturally wont down to dat Walsh, I bolievo it war, ait him 'How kin do 63 cents; and tho most romarkable dis heab question: fact is that tho fall in prico has boon Govahmcnt by a nimplo ao' ob Conin nearly oxact proportion right gress raiso do prioe ob any article?' straight through to tho iucreaso of an- Den yo' rocolloo' dat Coin say, you wasn't hoah yostedy?' and when nual production. Will any mm assert in Walsh says ho watiu't, Coin say, the faco of theao faots that increased 'spoo dis Govahment 'noituco dit am produotion has no offoot on tho fall in guino to pnrchaso a hundred thousan price, but that demonetization of sil- mules for tho boss mantles, kaiut ver by tho United .States has alono everybody soo dat do prico of initios is producod this result? From Dr. W. guino to bound up, and not only do P. Hill's "Argument Against Froo Sil- mulos do Govornraent buy, but de hossos and mules to teck dar plaso.-)vor Coinago at 16 to 1." r fair-mindo- Why Silver llm fallen. Tho silver mon say it is bocauso tho Unitod Statos demonetized silver in 1873, that it has gono down in valuo until tho silvor in our silvor dollar is only worth 50 cents. They conveniently forget that tho Unitod Statos was not tho only Nation Gerto domonotizo silvor in U873. many also demonetized silvor in 1873. Franco did tho samo in 1870, and India tho samo in 1893; and sinoo 1871, Norway, Swoden, Dontnark, Holland, Russia, Austria, Switzerland and Belgium havo ceased tho freo coinago of silver. Tho action of these principal Nations of tho earth has had at least aa much effect on tho fall iu tho prion of silver as tho action of tho Unitod States. But tho great iucrcaio in tho annual production of silver has had more efloct on tho doclino in prioe than any demonetization by auv country. Tho fall in tho prico of silver has simply kopt paco with the increase of production, tho samo as any- tlRl'DDEK JUII.VSIXH COIN'. PUl'ili Of A WltOXU WAUN0S18. "I boon wantin' to ax you, Bruddor Johnsing, whodder youH road do now Finanoial work ontitled 'Coin' School, ' and what yo' done think about it." "Has I road it, Bruddor Himpsing? Doan' yo reoollect dat I 'tended do school myself 'long wid Jay Gol olo man Van'derbilt, and tho wholo passol of dem big bugs dat ha rotno finances obdor own to financier wid?" "Say, yo' doan' mean to ay dat Golo and Vandcrbilt war dar, when doy boon dead years befo'? 'Sides I hain't novah miRt yo' out ob do town long enough foh yo' to get up dar an' back." "Dat meek no difference, Brudder d , A doctor writing in tho Californ(a Medical Journal asks: "What is thfc aotual valuo of gold?" and answers bli question by saying : "Simply a rtctlt-louor flat valuo, placod upon it by legislation." If this doctor knows no more about tho floionco of tnodicino than ho docs of finance, his pationts will havo on excollont ohanoo of testing tho value of fiat drugs and pills, with possibly tho rosult that thoy will rocovor quicker than if thoy swallowod roal mixtures compoundod according to hiB direction;. And if ho should havo occasion to bring suit for professional services roudered, tho pationt could plead as a defence that tho valuo of such services was merely a flctitlou or fiat value, fixed by legislation. Tho error into which this California doctor has fallon is ono which is common to all cheap monoy advocator and lliey noliove, especially to silveritos. or pretend to bellow, that value is something created by law, and placod by Governments on gold, silver or paper. That it is purely a delusion tho can bo seen by supposing standthe gold laws making ard of valuo to be ropoalod. At of laws uatural tho onco trade would foroo tho selection by business mon of sonio common moasuro of values. What would bo the material ' need for such measure? Is it not that beoauso of tho very qnalitioi which mnko gold tho superior money, that metal would bo usod by tar the largoat number of paraont? A fow miRht tuo bilvor, but whon thoy found that tho rest wero using gold, thoy( would seo tho advautago of having tho samo atandard as thoso with whom thoy traded. So that without any legislation gold would continue to bo the standard mouey of tho country. Tho valuo of gold depends on tho oost of production, and the dotnand for it both in tho arts and for monoy, and if tho supply oontiuuod as at present, a cor-tai- n SAME KIND DIFFER ONLY IS IIGUKGE. (Ratio I0Dcnd on Supply of Cray .Hatter and Elasticity of Conscience) o o liko they do, Dairyman "I practice what them free silver people preach; bnt I'd bo ashamed to preach it tho ground." bo 100 to I, and that would rttu tho wholo business iu might stand 16 to 1, but tho next thing would Serious Experiment, froo coinage of silvor an I tho Tho substitution of a now uutt mil moasuro of viiliio for tho oxUtiug ono in tho businesd transaction!! of tho country is not on ordinary oxporimont and which can bo safoly triod if found injuriabandoned ous, because tho immodiato ot such a Btop would bo so and so enduring that thoy would contintio to bo felt for years after tho policy had boon It Is iuenmbont, thoroforo, npon thoso who insist upon tho adoption of this revolutionary polioy to show plainly and conolusivoly in advance not only that it would result in no injury, but that it would bo beneficial, for if not positively beneficial the chango would at loa.it bo wholly useloss. This cannot bo done by appeals to the excited passions and prejudices of tho peoplo, by attempts to array ono class of our oitizens or ono section of our oonntry against or by looso and oxtravagant statements unsupported by facts and reasons. Tho questions involvod are too aorious, tho interests to bo affootod aro too largo and tho common sonso of tho peoplo ij too strong to justify or ovon oxcuso this course of treatment. Hon. John G. Carlislo. A to-da- o o y conso-quonc- d. poai-tivel- y 1, 1&92. Tho Anti-Chea- p Man, Not Unalloyed Pleasure. About tho worst featuro of tho in dnstrial revival is tho starting up of the silver crank. Philadelphia Times. .mWmmm JmW vjT,A Every day of bright sunshine jures tho freo silver crop. in- "Tho fact is, wo want nothing cheap but money," is the frank declaration of tho National Watchman, a leading cheap monoy organ. Of oourso not. The editor of that paper wants things an-otho- r, 1 I!sa 22)14 Bunco Steerer "I want good monoy tho silver mino owners who mako thoir contracts in gold. Thoy try to bunco the wholo pooplo, whilo I practice only on individuals, Hay'a't they got a gall?'; -- 20 do Evils ot Had Money. There aro some political evils whioh aro soon as soon as thoy aro dangerous, and which alarm at once as well the peoplo as tho Government. Wars nnd invasions, thorofore, aro not always tho most cortain dostroyois of Nationol prosperity. Thoy como in no questionable shape. Thoy aunounoo their own approach, and tho general security is presorvod by tho general alarm. Not so with tho evils of a de based coin, a dopreoiatod paper curronoy, or a deprcssod and fulling pub-licrodit. Theso insinuato themselves . in tho shapo of facilities, accommodation and relief. Thoy hold out tho Free Silver Iu Kentucky. most fallacious hope of an oasy payNo amount of windy oratory will ment of debts and a lighter bnrdon of would kiok inflate the free silvor tiro in Kentucky. taxation. Daniel Webster. Painter "My oubtomeru if thoy knew I was substituting cheap It la punotured beyond repair. for ddar material. I don't need to be "1.4... im a !. . M?n ami 4tA f.A. VU.IUU XB IWRUU414J UUU IUU 4 4.UV , Tup silver .question : Will you lend told Mho aro back of the Amarifian diver crazo is declining. League," Insinuating1 I ilaMdfJi'?Rvp ! scarco and dear. Cheapness means easy production, so ho wants things to be hard to got. Ilis wife may buy goods when they nre marked down, but he waits to buy when prices nro way up. He always hires tho printors who do tho least work for tho most wages, pays tho higheet prices for tho poorest papor, and novor thinks of such wicked inventions as labor saving presses. He travols by Btago coach instead of railroad, and ho uses candles because thoir light costs moro than that from oil. He always buys in tho dearest markot, and wonld shudder at the idoa of getting anything at a bargain. Like a truo American, ho never tries to think of some way ot doing work easier, for that would mean that things would become cheapor. Ilo is advocate of a consistent, straight-ou- t everything dear bjlt money, and that ho wants as cheap (and as poor) aa it can bo made. nnd dat am je' do way do ack ob Congress am guino to ris up do prico of silvah.' Well, jis' as all do soholahs who had dur part lurnt war a down, 'cordiif to do rule ob de niggah sohool, tho what kep' do do ih bus' out laflin' his bos'. 'What yo' laflin at, yo' brack rascal?' wiy Coin. Deu de niggah ho say: 'Didn't you say todder day dis uovahmont mils n t buy Hilvan, lease btiyln' made it a commodity, and silvah didn't want to bo dat?' 'In coso I said so,' says Coin. 'An' didn't you say that all do Oovahment got to do to fotoh up Hilvah war to wotgh it and put on do Govahment nUtnp?' 'in coso I did,' says Coin. 'Well, den,' says de niifgah, 'how muoh you 'sposo do prico ob mulos would bo riz of, of buyin' and payiu' down do spot cash for 'om, do Uovahmont only sent 'roun' a man wid a braudin' ir'u to bran 'em 'U. S.' on do flank?' Don olo Hutch, who had beon takin' a littlo nap on ono of de back seats, got to lafflu' and fell off, and doy got do news down to do Bode of Trado dat dar was a big tumble in wheat. So do noxt day Coin he 'pollygize to de sohool foh do niggah not bavin' his pabt committed and coinin' in wrong and spilin' de show, an' he say ho gwilio to hiah a now do' kecpah of ho have to pay fo' bits mo' a wook." Sigourney (la.) Iteviow. nwal-lowigood-for-nurtln its valuo would bo tho samo. Thb (lovurnmont'sstamp puts no valuo into tho gold coin, for the gold is worth as muoii as bullion as when coinod. Thotd is no possible way by which Govern mont fiat can add a fiotitious valuo to' any substance. No silvorito will pren tend that legislation could mako ounces of irou worth ono ounoa of ooppor, or that tho value of either, irou or copper is fictitious. And it is jusi as impossible for Government id givo value to tho two rarer metals, gold and silver. Tho Oakland doctor will havo to mako n new diagnosis of silver's weakness and tho strength of six-too- ri gold. (Jtterr. If tho Government should col $50,000,000 a month in logal tender silver dollars how would the farmer ot this section got any of it? Will somo froo silver advooato ple&so A answor? Just principles will load us to disro gard tho legal proportion altogether to inquiro into tho markot prico of gold in tho sovoral conutrios with1 which wo shall bo principally connect od in commerce, ! L- ago from thom. fixing n ratio. and to tako an avorThomas Jofforson, on Froo Silver In Mexico. o "Mexico has free coinago of silvor. "Mexico is on a silver basis. "The wages iu Mexico in mining and agrioulturo vary from 10 to 30 cents day in Mexican money, whioh is from 5 to 15 cents in Unitod Statos money. "Tho avorago for farm labor a day in Mexico is 20 conts in Mexioau money or 10 cents in United States money. "If froo silver can raiso prioes, why docs it not raise tho prioes of wages in Mexico?" Commercial Kaview, Grcou Hay, Wis. i "Yen, brothrcn and sisters," Bald tho Western miuister, in tho oourso ot tho funeral sermon, "our dear broth or has gouo to tho land whera a)t things aro known ovon tho truth about tho cotuage question, per hapa." Indianapolis Tribune. Wo havo boon needing raiu badly. According to tho Populist, froe tllr'&i theory, Grover Cleveland and thl Domocrats ought to be ashamed of themselves for not giving us rain whe'd wo wanted it. r H' f If' lei- - that terriblo enomy of the calamity howler, "General Prosperity," and will bo buried by the aide of Its twin brother, tho MoKirdey bill. Tho silver craze has been killed by If living in mud huts, going hlf clad, with children stark cJkad aft living on meiquite beau aa thjjr Af in free silver Mexico, Is 'what fljk J0 to 1 mon call prosperity, weTTcoofifu wo are not ye .ruing for ii id aJty great extent. "hmiflVii . i Im7 iiTi m i .1 . TTSt)- - TTT .ll S .. It iiA K-.- .111 .rp ' - i .Ti-ttrrT-'-- jj:. . - .....-- . -i. -t. , ... UHSHnisrfTHf ii ...jtry. ;. , e . - -; a& .. .w ' . '' ,,, il i,i . L' ' fTIWV ''' '''rffc Faywa,HP "in . mm r B.tW,-X,w- .i ... ... f H irrT7i 177i5i .,,.. .I'M ! rii j t u Lmi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1895 Boys' Fall (Jlotliioe at Shanks' 3tanfokd, Ky., Septemiier 10, Whits duck nml wnile kid gloves a Shanks'. Fall line of boys' clothing just receiv ed nt Shanks'. Any style and quality and any price can be found there. ( nml that in wan flnnlltr nnnnlnntwl that E. C. Walton, Business Manager All pereons having claims against Cottaok for rnt on lower Main Lincoln county muBt file same on before street, Harvey Ueltn. Sept. 121, 1893, as uo claims can be tiled found nt aftor that date. James F. Cummins, The latest noveltleo can be Clerk. ttio lending joweler's, Dauks. & ii I IS n t 1 i Tiik brat stock of tablet?, school books, Ab Special Commissioner, Mr. J. P. You can save money by dealing with pent, Inks, pencils, and supplier In town. Come in nnd ptlcea will prove Crate & Ilocker, cash drupittatii. Bailey Bold at auction yesterday a lot in it. Penny'n Drtiir Store. Dooley ville with two small houses on it Ik your eyesight is dim, try Danks, to John Hubblo for $150.50. It was the the optician. Spectacles from f up. PERSONAL POINTS. propprty of Green Gentry and was sold MimOctavia SizEiioiiK is viuitlnc in Craio & Uockek handlo tho cheapest to pay the lawyer fees in his murder case. Clinton, Term. and best lino of paints on tho market. Mrs. J. P. Davis Is visiting iu Silver manicure articles and up to The John Bell Gibson house and lot in Winchester. of five acres, opposite S. J. Embry'e was Miss Nola Minton, of Marion, Is visi dato novelties at tho leading jeweler's, put up by Master Commissioner It. C. Dauks. ting Mies Mary Hundley. ... Warren before noon yesterday and was NEW ADVERTISEMENT. Mn and Mm. J. 11. Ykacixu are spendA new line of ribbon and tho latest bid up to $1,525. The attorneys think ing the week iu louisvillo. things in veilings at Shanks'. Call and ing that it ought to bring moro had the T Ne"June!on City or on the Lincoln " -- The entire stock of- Mn. S. U. Hauouman was in Cincinnati see them, lioyle AjV',J sale held up till 1 o'clock when it wbh and Danvillenpike a turnpike or on the Stanford imall day book with field last wees to sue after his horses. offered aud Bold to the First Na- note of surveys Tho finder will please return to Don't miss our great jewelry sale. No again rne at Stanford and receie liberal reward. J, Mh. J. A. Allk.v, wife and Miss Lula Uright. such prices have ever been quoted hero. tional Bank for 1,005. J4 are visiting friends in Louisville. G. L. Penny, exor. Elsbwiibrb iu this isauo will be seen Mits. L, M. WnsTKuriBLD is visiting .. WANTED!! To exchange qo Acres her husband's relatives in Parksville. Jewelry, Sterling Silver, Plated Wares and Novelties We send with this Issue an extra puge the advertisement of Mr. Charles Wheel- irao urcnara tor nauteLand four lamil., f... ana lot Rowland Misses Mattie and Mamie Mattino of interesting matter, containing much er, who has juBt opened an immense Stanford. Further luformatlon can be hid u. r. Martin, Kowiand, Ky. 34 3t Owned by the late A. R. Penny. The goods are new, of standard ly have our thanks for a beautiful bou- about the currency and other things of stock of general merchandise at Huston-villSixteen years' experience in the quet. quality and may be depended upon. You have never had an oppor moment. DON'T FOROET THAT . mercantile business was of great benefit Col. and Mns. T. P. Hill went to tunity equal to this. Do not let it escape you. Dn. Bender, the painless dentist, who to him in tho selection of his stock, THE FAVORITE MILLS, rarksyille Saturday to visit Mrs. Margave so much Bstisfactlon during his last which comprises almost everything you AT McKINNKY, KY., shall. Salinger visit here, will be with us again the week can think of. Give him a trial and bo Havejuit been overhauled and repaired fiom botCounT day brought Mr. Max tom to top by the fjiuom Richmond City Mill votir own judge as to his prices. Smith Worka, or Hichmond, Ind, and with capacity up as usual to see after the Louisville of the 23d. now increased, ate doing more and better work Yowell will clerk for him. Store. Mips Kate ULAiN,supt., asks us to anthan ever before, and with the old reliable I) V. Kennedy aa head miller, you are lure ol good Miss Sams Lillahd has gono to Rich- nounce that the colored teachers' instiHour and fair treatment. lie tuie and bring ui CHURCH AFFAIRS. your grinding and whtn buying call for our old mond to attend the Madison Female In- tute will be held here, beginning on tho ana wu eiUDluncd Dramla, favorite Patent, stitute. Rev Robert Linck began a meeting Favorite and Kakeu' Choice. 10th and lasting five da) a HATES A SON, Honnby, of Ohattatioo- MiusCatiieuimb at Mt. Meriah church, Highland, Satur- Succeaior to K. L. Tanner& Favorite Milling Co. S. J. KmuiY sold to W. P. Walton day piirht. is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Lou gt, elKhtsbareB of stock in the Farmers Shanks. v. Lcn Pourod, who shot one of 105 Mils. V. P. Tat, Mrs. 0. A. Cox and Bank and Trust Co , of Stanford at his members in a debate over Mies Gertio Grady went to Louisville and four to Mrs Oath Bailey at f 100. A farm with at Yauceburg, is free again, having outbuilding!, good dwelliop and all neceatary Has been the rage all Summer and it is time now to turn your 3 miles Southwest of Huitonville. yesterday. paid the $50 assessed by the jury for the Fifty orfoacrei to go In corn, o to go in wheat thoughts to what shade you will have your new Fall dress. If yoia. Will Not Nominate. Dr. J. K. d and 1$ or jo to go in hemp. Twenty-fivMns. J. Matt Martin, of the acres in chairman of the prohibition offense. ;, good grasi. All look at our new goods you can't help catching the Boucli land. Bectlon, is very ill and her recovAlso 300 Uuihela Hurt Oats for Sato. Rev. Silas Martin, a Baptist preachhis party will committee, tells us that E. S. POWELL, ery is doubtful. not, he thinks, make a nomination for er, claiming to have a wife at New LiberHuitonville, Ky. Mb. and Mi. T. 0. Kankin, of tho ty, Ky., is in jail at Chattanooga, Tenn., visiting rela- the Legislature. Hubble section, have been He adcharged with stealing mules. EXECUTOR'S tives In Pulaski county. TiisGautamala authorities havo re- mits tho theft. Dm Stmlk Hailky, who took his leased Robert J. Breckinridge, who was The corner-stonof a magnificent As Executor of daughter, Miss Isabella, to college at arrested on suspicion of being implicated new Cathedral was laid with all the sol- Shelby I will on the estate of Mrs. Mary Steele Mexico, Mo., has returned. iu the murder of a bank cashier, no evi- emnity of tho ritual of tho Catholic 1, "Col. and Miia. John Buchanan and dence appearing against him. church, by tbo Right Reverend Camil- Mrs. Gus Hoflman were on yesterday's Maes, D. D., third bishop of the Sell on the premises at the family residence, Or the Mohair fever, for these are two of the new' things in dress Mack Hock eh, colored, was fined $5 lus Paul "Arcadia," at public outcry to the hightrain en route to Louisville. Diocese of Covington at that city Sungoods. Beautiful line of Serges for skirts. Goods were never as est bidder, Mr. J. Z. SrooNAMOits did not sell bis and costs for running old man Camp- - day. About 1,500 Bands of Com, a lot cheap as now, but there is a steady advance going on in the East all & TurFarmers Bank & Trust Oo.'s stock be- bell's tollgate on the Shelby City Rev. Geo. 0. Barnes filled the nersvllle pike. Tho two other coons arof JJay and rodder, Fanntncr Im the time. Come let us show you'. cause ho had lost the certificate. Christian church pulpit Sunplements, Cows, Hogs, Horses aud Crenshaw and Graves, Dns J. D. Pirn's and T. J. Fayne rested with him, day, and preached on communion. His Mares, 87 Sheep, nine baye formed a partnership at Crab Or- were discharged. meetings in that place have been largely Mules and 5 work Mules. chard for tho practice of medicine. In tho connty courtyesterday the wills attended and contributions liberal. He r is Mrs. L. K. Faiiiss, of Lexington, same of Mrs. Maria U. Fonda and Owsley goes from there to Peeled Oak to hold a At thehighest time and place I will rent to the and best bidder for the year 1S96 of her brother, Stephenson were admitted to probate meeting, thence to Stanton. The OutTery sick at the home Mr. John B. llout, in the West End. snd Judge W. E. Yarnon was appointed look says: ''On Sunday night there was Mb. W. K. N'xmiox, of Richmond, is cusrdian of Hill Bailey, which was the largest crowd that ever came in this too acres to be cultivated in Corn. 30 acres for here to make a house to house canvass about the extent of business done by town to an indoor gathering." Paris small gram and about jo acres of Grass Land. Tossession of the land to be cultivated in small for a wonderful little carpet stretcher. Kentnckian. thai tribunal. grain will be given lor seeding purposes as soon corn MlrataSus, Annik Bsllk and Brssii charming as the una is cut and full possession of it and the W. E. Ellis otner win oe given January 1, 1E56. Better Still. Instead ot the special wife Rev. Saturday forand his Woods and Annie Evans Bright left yes TERMS The property will be rold on a credit Glasgow, where left leaving Rowland for Louisville of months from purchasterday for Mlllorsburg to attend College. train will spend a few weeks with Mrs. er three be required today of sale and the approved will execute note with Thursday, it will leave Wednesday, 11th, they personal security, bearing Interest from day of R. Bcbii, W. S. Ilocker Missus. J. Ellis' mother, before he takes charge of sale. All sums under $10 cash at 5 a. m. and return Thursday night, and Thomas II. Shanks left yesterday to The renter of the land will be required to give tsWa) TssssssssKBHE another church. There was great sorrow leaving Louisville at 11 i. m. Fare one two amounts with many faithful sonalnotes of equal due July 1, 1606, approved perenter Kentucky University at Lexing""N security nd and January 10 from Stanford to over their departure and cent a mile, or ii ISAAC &HEL1IY, JR., Exor. Wb MaWtaMssPJI ton. friends were at the depot to seo them off 1, 189;. Knglish, Auctioneer D and return. Louisville T I nssssTWrHr rriBi kw Tsssssrrftrsssf H and bid them God speed. Mr. Ellis has Little Irvine, son of Marshal 0. J. ill of typhoid fever. Newland, is very Bio Trains. Chief Train Dispatcher dono a great work and if those who were Hia temperature lias been as high as W. F. Sheridan tells ub that No. i.'G went instrumental in causing him to resign .. .OF 100. In yesterday with 10 coaches loaded with the pastorato of the Christian church MASS FARM, Lizzie and Maooie Palmer G. A. R people. All Ingoing passenger here do not already recognize the fact, A VALVASLE and Katie Jennings, accompanied by A. trains run with double headers to they will do so, that they made a aad I will on the premises on T. and W. II. Traylor, spent last week in so heavy are they, and tho ser mistako. Mr. Ellis' work among the young people was especially gratifying. Cincinnati. vice is crowded to the limit. 18, '95. Mn. S. T. Bhoaddum, of Rich Hill, From only one or two who would take Offer at public tale the valuable tract Mr. W. S. Burcii is a good runner al- part in church services, wo are told that (arrard County, Ky , on tho tarnpike of land in Mo., Is visiting his siiter, Mrs. John W. road leadKentucky beit ho doisn't look like It. Ho carried 10 now pray in public aud conduct the ing from Danville to Lexington, known aa "the Rout. Thin Is his that visit to Camp Dick Robinson Faim." The all tho preciucts in tho connty but three Ber vices at the prayer meetings and at for 30 years. Mn. M. W. Johnson, agent for tho aud was nominated for rchool superinthe communion table when called upon. Farm Contains about 335 Acres, He ia well Everybody had confidence in the Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Co.,wns tendent by acclamation. sincer- And is one of the very best and richest tracts of the State Kentucky hero yeeterday lookiug up business and qualified tor tutt position and has n great ity of the man and he exerted a wonder- land in Ubacco andofgrass land andIt isis in a bign hemp, many friends who intend to sue that he ful iniluenco for good over all with state ol cultivation. succeeded well. Dit. J. T. BoitoN, our Kidd'a Store selected. whom ho catno in contact. May Heav-en'- s .. It Is Woll Foncod, was here yesterday Bhakiug hands scribe, richest blessings over attend him With the very best post and railing, nearly new Unusual Mr. J. W, Porrin tells us with old friends and spinning yarns, oi that when he went to Liberty Tuesday and his. and in good repair The dwelling house contains It has recently been remod-- which he is chuck full. Rev. W. E. Arnold preached his tan or twclvtt rooms respect a comforable, modern eled and is in rvery last he mopped at the home of a Mr. , a momber of dwelling house, in a fine state ot preservation, Mr. Peter Straum, Sr Williams and aiw a corpse in thehouso farewoll sermon to a large congregation the G. A. R , and his daughter, Miss On his returu Friday he stopped at the at tho Methodist church Sunday from IN SPLENDID REPAIR.VERY ATTRACTIVE Minnie, and Mr. J. R. Alford and wife same houso and there was another '2 Cor. 13:0. "And this I Wish even your No more comfortable or more desirable home, exwent to LouiBville yesterday. corpse. Both persons had died of con- Perfection," and it is spoken of as an either for stock or agricultural purposes, can be Ma. T. 0. Adams, editor of the Richtraordinarily fiuo effort. In a review of loundin Central Kentucky. sumption and a third was dying. .. mond Pantagraph, was hero yesterday his four yeors' work hero ho Baid that to see his girl and Incidentally to get Tub republicans did not make a nomi- he had preached 450 timbs and received It is Conveniently Located on Fine Turnpikes and is well Watered subscribers for his nowsy paper. nation for the LegioUture yesterday as n into tho church 205 members by letter The Place to Buy Miss Flora Ballou leaves for Miss largo contingent of the party had gone to and baptism; baptized 150 adults and IU From never failing Springs that seem to be abso Birmingham, Ala., the G. A. R. meeting. Tho nomination infante; organized throe churches with lutcly inexhaustible, with t.oughs attached; will Summers' school, at water 300 head ot stock iu driest seasons. There good Friday, to take charge of the elocution will be left to a committee who will like- a membership of 141 and raised for all arc severalwill outhouses, a large, new tobacco hold barn that barring purposes $9,000. Through his efforts a tenement houses. 20 acres of tobacco, and three culture departments. and physical ly nominate Mr. B. B. King, who lhelandls not only on good We sell at the Cheapest Price. his miserable politics, is a good man, cUurch is being built at Neala Creek, easy access to the Q. A C. L. & turnpikes, S.but of N. and L. railCITY AND VICINITY. too good for such a sacrifice. Fall, and ways, and to Danville, Lancaster, Uryantsville much which will bo dedicated this Harrodsburg and Lexington, ... since he has been with us his two Full possession of the property will be given Fink perfumea at Craig k ilocker'a. Hoskins Bass, formerly of churches, Stanford and McKendree, January i, 1896, will the usual privilege of seedMrs. Julia ing In small gram during the Fall. By an Experienced Pharmacist. Dn. Bbndeh ia coming again. See ad. Stanford, writes us thai she has opened have built a $2,500 parsonage. In a Tho land will be offered in parcels and then as best bid accepted. Other up a largo boarding house at 800 Eighth membership of 175 in tho Stanford a whole and themade known on day of sale, terms -on first page. reasonable and RICHARD GENTRY. street, botween Chestnut and Walnut. church at least 150 have contributed to Trustee. fitted to any eyo at Craig Si'ictacles and will be glad to entertain her friends the benevolent funds of tho church and T. D. English, Auctioned. 46 & Hocker'a. Druggist, Stanford, Ky. during tho G. A. R. meeting this week at tho claim against the church this year every variety and $1 per day for lodging or $'2 to 2.50 for has been paid in full. The congregation Zikqlbr shoes of board and lodging. These aro the lowest is in peaco and harmony and in splendid price at Shanks'. iz-Mlwi.- ,, rates for the accommodations wo have condition for earnest, faithful work. Mr. -:- Agent J. 8. Rice sold over 100 heard of. Dkiot Arnold iB greatly beloved by his ilock as . tickets for yesterday's train. Tho coloriwj Ky. iv l r1 D. Folk, of Lebanon, well as others in and outside of the Hon. Joun 1 . C7 JBJ. 1 1 1 1 1, 1 ed brother is taking largely of tho cheap a rouBing speech for the democratic churches and it ia the subject of general made 3 rates to Louisville. ticket here yesterday to a goodaudionco-H- regret that his time ia up and ho mum 189s. MsUssAssssssraSsaiflKiSudU elseof the said that Mr. Hardin had not con- bo about his Master's business Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate DepartThe L. & N. has taken charge ments. Knoxvllle, Cumberland Gap & Louis- strued tho platform on tho money ques- where. Scientific, Classical and Special Courses ol Study. putting It in first tion as he had, but that makes little difville railroad, and is DEALER IN- Music, Art, French and Elocution. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ference, as be would have no more to do Ilest teachers employed, each a specialist in her class phepe to prevent tho annoying own Department. with the eolution of tho mattor than with that have occurred. Boarding pupils under the direct supervision of A woman 80 years of age is the plainr teachers. question, "Who struck Billy Patterof our re- the V tiff in a divorce eult atEvanaville, Ind. WBJPsD For further information, address IIavn you taken advantage son?" Ho urged a cordial support of the WILLIAM SHELTON, President. Tankersley, 24, and Miss sale ? If not, you are Thomas duced silverwaro whole ticket and showed by facts find HARPEEV3 PERtQDtOAC.3. making a mistake, as wo are offering figures how well the democrats hnd per- Amanda Orutcher, 18, will be married at genuine bargains to make room for Fall formed the trust confided thorn for near- Mr. James Crutcher's in the East End Harper's Magasin?, One, Year .....44 00 Harper's Weekly, .. 4 00 stock. Danka, the Jeweler. ' ly 30 years. The danger of mixed schools .... 4 00 A divorce was granted to Lizzie Harper's Iiatar, and the .... 4 00 Bates & Son, of SomerBot, who recent- under republican rule depicted troubles Kenton at Vanceburg, being her third Harper's Young People in colcharge of the Favorite, Mills at arrising therefrom was ly took The highest grade of goods at lowest prices. in the United laci and yet she is only 29 years old. divorce States. Canada and Mexico, have had them thoroughly ors that made one shudder. Mr. Fogle McKlnney, She has a child by each huBband. She WIND-MILAddress HAUPEK & BROTHERS. was repeatedoverhauled and are making excellent spoke for over an hour and FOR THE COLUMBIA STEEL P.O. Box 9J0.N.Y. City Baid she was glad to be a free woman ly applauded. paper. flour. See ad. In this L rela-tlve- s marriage fs a failure. Four of Richmond's handsomest and best known young business men have put 50 apiece into a jackpot, with the agreement that the first one of the number that marries bo entitled to the whole amount, $200. Tho Register says Louis Todd is favorite in the pools as winner Thirty thousand of people arrived in Louisville Sunday and every train brings several hundreds. State Treasurer Hale has nddrossed a circular to the various sheriffs urging them to collect as much tax money as possible at once in order that he may be able to pay to the teachers of the State the sum of JSOO.OOO, which will bo due October 1. SI LVERWARE ISil,:.. i Bargains ciiiJifi2i':oi.L.ss::. liLdL J:L,S1J&140 i:lM&(tB&S6MGt T :&&&&: fiT DANKS, The Jeweler. AT COST FOR CASH. WATCHES, : CLOCKS, e. G. L. PENNY, Exor. a' R-- pedo-bap-tis- FOB, E.E1TT. e firit-cla- Yellow Van-Arsda- le, May-woo- SALE. o Tuesday, Oot. 1895, Fever mmimmlmmi HIaHH iisHtSsWSKsVi nistBO'iu Ow-Ingsv- ille m SEVERANCE & SON. About 380 Acres of Land, t1 o PUBLIC SALE Mi-a- ta Lob-ano- n, M Wednesday, Sept. first-clj- ss 4 " - HIGGINS & McKINNEY. m iYlcRoherts' Drug Store Compounded SCHOOL BOOKS & TOILET ARTICLES Prescriptions Carefully ! W- IB. M'BOBERTS, 1 1 STJ&NTFOBD Female College, ii' e de-la- ys i ,ii Stanford, Fall Session Opens Sept. Farm Yard U EllliiiffliiEimiliT It Fence.ttMffl 1 1 n a 1 1 1 1 , A. C SINE, Stanford, Ky., -- T -- mm j SASH, DOORS, BLINDS Metal Roofing, Rough, and Dressed Lumber Xintb., Shingles. Eto, L. n . - r y.'Zjr i' Jr. - f fcf''p iw1 rwmiH ., ii i iiwinnwngwwWBwWi sea; q iaw "wutaii 11 ipim mmmmm xwoiwriMMMw mii.i' M4Mllfl I jo Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouk " THE TICKET. For Governor, T. WAT HARDIN, o! Mercer. For Lieutenant-Governor, -- IT TAKES A- - THE 13ASTIN HOUSE, DR.. W. B. PEinfTST. v .... Published Every Tuesday and Friday AT S3 P3B YKAK IN" .iVDVAaTOH Q.Whei not so paid ga.6Q will be charged.CARD. R. T. TYLER, ol Fulton. For Trcaturer, K.C. FORD, ol Clay. For Auditor, L. C. NORMAN, of Boone, Load, Bold KTcTLdCAnTME Me! ! Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Trains, night and day, Patrons taken to any part of town Free of Charge. Good ' Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. Office on Main Street, day. Livery Attached, n-6- m Fare of Hotel $.oo per A. 11. 1IASTIN, Prop. BARKER HOUSE, J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, Opposite the Poat-Otn- Trains leave ?ianfoni .17:15 a m arriving at a:jo p ni. and o.ao p. in. L. ml 3 p. m. For Register of the Land Office, G. II. SWANOO, of Wolfe. For Attorney General, W.J.HENDIUCK, of Fleming. For Secretary oi State, HENRY S. HALE, o! Gravel. Public Instruetltn, ED POUTER THOMPSON, of Owen. ForSupt-o- l &H. LOCAL TIME CARD. t ;pm Vo. Mi Train going North ' " 3 15 n m " Ko. " South ......ta 04 p m No. , 1 s P m " No. --f, QUEEN & CRESCENT. s. Train past Junction City at follows: Ne. 1 South ......it 48 a m No a North ...3 " 3 ...600 ...... 840pm ' 10 " Not k. Not . 5 and 6 ami q and 10 run no ther than Junction City, nor on Sunday. j " " 9 ' la.isara " 1135 am " 4 " 3$ 6 " ...1.35 ...3.15 am fur- pm am pm Far Commissioner of Agriculture, ION B. NALL of LouUille. To command attention in times like this. So we come crying with a loud voice to all the people. Come and see the first arrivals of beautiful fall and winter goods in Dress Goods and Gents' and Youth's Clothing, and while the cry has been continually "up, up" on all lines of goods, we can truly say we will sell every line at the old prices, and any light weight or summer goods at Somerset. - - Kentucky. Pr Dav. foe cash or In trade tor leather on court days at Stanlord oral my home in Otten-helChas. Ennslin, Tanner. W. S. Hurch. Atty. at Law. illLCiO. Rite TWO DOLLARS R, M. Newlanl? Deputy Sherlll Remodeled and refurnlihoJ throughout. Largo anil Commodious Sample Koems. Hull and office connected by Electric Hells. Prompt and polite wrvice to guests. 47 Buroh. For Railroad CommUsIoner, GEO. H. ALEXANDER, of Louisville. For Representative, M. F. NORTH. For School Superintendent, W. S. BUHCH HUBBLE. Almost Your Own Price w. s. bttkch:. Stanford, Attorney at Law, - - & ITowland, Conoral Colloctors, Stanford, Lincoln Oo., Kentucky We offer our scrvlcis to the public to da a gen eral Collecting H.nlncri. Accounts, notes, etc 11 Cm collected in all parts oil he county. Come and sec our new stuff. Our She stock was bought before the great advance and we are in position to make it profitable for you to trade with us. Come and try it. Kentucky. Cficean Laicaitcr Street, opposite the Court House. Collections receive especial attention. SS SPRING AND SUMMER. Boh.ora "2"our Cattlo. ilx or ehom I do the woik with the l.lghtnlrg Dehoruer Can dehorn any cow In three seconds. The knife makes a clean, smooth cut. doss not crush nor Lriuk the horn, as the clipper docs. It Is the only humane way to da. horn Does not punish ihe animal like the saw, and the wound sets well as quick again as that made by the saw. Kor furtner information, call on O.A. PEYTON, Stanford, Ky. See Ihe Lightning Pruning Hook. 101. 1 Misa Mattie "White ia visiting friends t Aii J&ferMsJ 5yii vw miCj L? at Hustonrille. T. C. Rankin and wife attended tbo Somerset Fair last vetk. W. N. Craig, M. D. Mtb. Mattie and Misa Mattio Mc-Clur- HUGHES & TATE. J. W. IIockkk. more catile will ko to any place where there are 10 Something to Beautify tho Ladie3. Dally openlmng. New Hats, flowers and lacesl We elvethi assurance to tha trade mat tney wii find in our establishment the same caclusivencss In style of patterns, hats and benneta and all the leading novelties in Millinery for which we aie known throughout the country. I hare tecum! a trimmer for the sea. son. Thanking you lor past favors, wc rtspect-fullsolicit your patronage heretofor e so literally AI bestowed. II HUIUJr.KAK KAT6. DUUDKKAR, Manager. first-cla- ss e, j We handle a complete line of School Books, Stationery, Fine Toilet Articles. Paints. Oils. Varnishes and Painter's SuddHcs. Glass. Drue- Absolutely Puro.t r :.., :! c i: ouuiiiiiL' vjuuus, c : ouuun. tve nvc u musk. ,.u., .j iBBiruviucutoucifju-borhood- , lusia ouuuiv;a, c :. r 1. ouriiiidiic i: A cream of tarter baking pow- 01 jenu narian, 01 for cash. You can save money by having your pre liberal discount which occurred last Thursday scriptions filled at our house. Only the most reliable drugs used and der, Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States night of pneumonia. He has been suf- accuracy guaranteed. Prescriptions filled night and day. A big line fering for years of consumption of the of Spectacles. Government Food Report. fL. H. Bellebaum, Parmacist. Craig & I locker. bowels. He leaves a wife and three chil BOYAL BAKING POWDER 00., dren and a host of friends to tuourh his 100 Wall Street, New York. departure. lie rras a Christian and had good throughout his exLantsa an influence for John Cattleman. tensive acquaintance. a ma ECAitK. Last Thursday Dr. Herrin was call ed to see Ool. Underwood's oldest boy and Charley Adams' oldest pirl, both having very sore throats, appearing to be diphtheria. On examination it was pronounced to be in u vo ry light form if that at all. The report got out anu trie much alarmed, BARBEE&OASTLEMAJS neighborhood becamo off in tho school. causing a great falling MANAGERS, Both cases are doing well at this writiug Commerce Building, Louisville and will Boon be all right. The impression ia now that it is only an ordinary Agents throughout the South sore throat. B. POWDER of Eluetonville, are visiting tives in this community. A good many of our colored folks are attending the colored Fair in Lexington. Most all the watermelon patches in this vicinity have been given up and many parties have failed to make their rent on account of poor crops and low prices. Wn orn Toru snrrv to noto the death j rela- CRAIG & , HOCKER, - iDiRTj-a-a-isTs- I am now ready to deliver lee STBTFOKD, - irom the Stanford Water, Light and Ice Company's Factory ICE I K3SarTTJCK.Tr J. : T. : STJTTOIT, hustonville,;kentucky. Offers his services o the people ol West I.in- cola and Catey Counties Full stock of Coffins and Cailcets always on hsnd. D tf. At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds Ar.d over undertaker, and;jfc a pound for Dills due lit of 10 pounds and up to too. ticli month E. II HEME It, Stanford. TO THE XiADIES 1 Carpeutir, Mansrr. Blue-Gras- 05 Fine 1 s Farm Farm of My M.!llnry Sij k is f t'l an I complete Call and eaaminc and you will I.m) sure to buy a r.cw Spring Hat MISS LICCIK IIKAZLEV, Stanford, Ky A. G. ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. asuraiice tompany ANCHOR : STOVES Anchor Steel Ranges, And- - will seil privately my 250 Acrc3 of Good and Well Improved Land, ments.and the ell watered, A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, The BEST IN THE COUNTRV, You are invifed to call and sec them. jood house and other improve, Office over McKobcrts' Drug Store in Ihe Owsley I arm is in a huh state of cultivation, tORether with Stock. Crepand farming Huildiag. il desired by the puichawr, and will oifer special inducements to effect a sale by the ntnoi September, iSjs Said Parm Is situated fTlTTT t-- t T VT on ihe Danville and Muitooville turnpike road, XtXXIU Y LXJ U about two mile from Hustnll!e The farm, to ! he appreclatisl, should be scca Persns wishing F. D. RILKY, Proprietor, to purchase should call on or address II II KINO, - - 48 Mercland, Ky Stanford, Ky. - THHj London. 1 Kentucky. FARBIS & HARDIN G. B. COOPER, Proprietors of ........ have moved to my new Hotel and am Uttr f!lpi't tn tv,r to accoromoJate lh. public, Livery attached. td ,v.ry convenience ilred. dive u. call. W. A. TSIBBLE, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY A Testimonial to Bro. Ellis. Portland. San Francisco. ..To the., NOOT1WEST Via The -- t?riouisviur. Hn Atsm't Chicago fir T(sr Only Dining Car Route From xoxtxsvxixe .. Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address JTRANK J. REID. E. H. BACON, G. P. Agent, !D. P. Agent, Chicago. Louisville. to chicago. He SURE to call for ' MONON' Route, I Denver. St. Paul. R. R. Noel & Son, Successors to J P. H'gjins, Dealers in tiUl Kinds of Goal, Stanford, Guu. Kv. Whbheab our worthy brother, the Elder W. E. Ellia, ia soon to leave this Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock of community and sever his position ea pistor of the Christian church, and more itb Diadem especially his connection of Pythias, to Lodge No. SI, KnlghtB prosecute his labors in other Melds with theBanib earnestness, zal and success that has so signally marked hia entire Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. Wc handle nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine eflortshere, while his departure our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting Resolved 1st. That is to us the occasion of profound regret short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line and deep Bolicitude for his future wel- of Buggies and Surreys. TSL. fare, we deem it a privilege and a favor to furnish him thia evidence of our I,. WITHERS, Salesman. W. annreciation of his Bervicea 88 pastor, Knight and citizen. 2. Earnestly hoping that wherever he may be called in the Master's service, he may receive tho ample welcome and reward that hia attainments bo justly merit, I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and and from any lodge ol this order its un- on easy monthly payments, orany other terms to suit the purchaser stinted assistance; fiuallv, wishing him best. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line and his, God'a Bpeed throughout a life of of goods as can be found any where in the land. happiusefulnefs and uninterrupted I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever ness. testimony whereof this lodgejias sold them before. Give mc a call and be convinced. 3. In caused theso articles to be signed by ii8 Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Chancellor Commander and the seal of Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking the lodge to be aflixed thereto. this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue 4 That a copy of these resolutions bo teaching as before. Address furnished him and that they also be spread upon the records of tliis lodge and that they be published in tho InterBln-nnrp- nt LOOK HERE I " d. rRANK RILKY, Livery unci FccclSlublc( STANFORD, KY. Having bought of P W. Green his Llverr business and added new buggies and hones, w arc prepared to furnish I FIRST-CLAS- w. a IONKS. J T 1TNSS, MA.V4I.Ca JOITES BKOS., Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole prepnetors Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, S TURNOUTS Dean's lllsck Diaaood Roo Paint Kalimaica furmsned Metal and lion Roofs. Ssilsfseu'on Guaranteed All roots p,uted with Dean's lllack IharWd B.fkindsat very LOW PRICES. The boy sin and around town will also rind us the pco pie 10 deal with. Stop with us when in town at courts and entertainments and your horse and vehicle will be well cared for. O. II. COOPKR Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. S; On short notice. The traveling public will fijd us always ready and willing to turnlsh Drummers' Svagons, cither single or double, or Carri-aKeso- f FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or.STANFORD, KV. B. "WEAHBIT. The Myers Houso, P.IW. GREEN. Proprietor. Capital Stock- - Surplus.... 8200,000 23,700 S,fo,5 PIANOS and ORGANS. Stanford, I am still runniug : : this : n Kontucky. Hotel and will continue to give my guests the poliusl alien tias well as the best the market affords, SpecU'Attention1 to the Travel- rV.V?tnH"iChjr"',0,he Unl'' Sute. " securing Ui.d lima. ing Public. "" ' aadltitoaa and perfect safely to positors. inis institution, nni.in.i h r m.hli.K. .. .... n.rui.,, it.ni, of t." ..- .,. ,..... V ", Attention of the public is invited tn that this I. ,h. NationaMUnk In yuuer mc provisions or lb. National H.nL depositors are secured not only by the canltai stock, but by Ihe stockholders' liabihty , aa this institution are secured by a fund ?ltLJo riv. sworn statements of th.conditlon otuffiufii I" M. S. llArt.iiMi.v. J W. lUlUHMAK. utAiuuruin iseil as Ihe National IlacV i Ji.".-- ." tMiH - M.S.&J.W.Baughman, raoraiiToKs- - againre.orgnt,eJa.ihc First Sunlord In i,.Y,.j lhP , National iM,, has had practically n esittcnceof j years II is brtier umnte?-ruple- .". d P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. THE BLUE-GRAS- S We will continue the coal business at Mr Hlg cins" old st md and will lave on hand at all times the very best cal whicn we will deliver promptly We will seil strictly for cash and will make it to Che interest cf the people ot this section to pay 37 ior Journal. ia C.E.Tate, CO. HERD OK LIVERY, FEEIJ & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kontucky. If you need livery glvn us a call. turnouts will leave our ferrates. In our first-cla- ss s'-b- is. NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILROAD. SOLD TO TICKETS l!.' ALL POINTS: OHIO, IN DIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, .ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, E WEST, NORTH-WES- T, S0UTH-WE- S1 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE NORTH AND EAST. njLLMAH VESTIBULED COACHES, SLEEPING AND DININO CAR! SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS HEAD OVER THE Mt Xe.via. Mrn. Logan Dawson.who nearly 78 years old, has just completed a "crazy quilt" that is the wonder and admiration of all who see it. Its completion ia what many young ladies would have considered an endless job, yet ehe did the work in about 30 days. "Aunt Mary" haa caught more fidh out of the Hanging Fork, done more knitting work in general than and anybody I know of and in the meanwhile found time to assist her good husband in rearing 12 children, each of whom is an honor to the community in which they live. Mr. F. D. Myera baa been quite sick for about 10 days or two weekB. Misa Gertie Dawson is visiting friends in McCormacks church neighborhood. It may not be generally known that Mr. Jim Ed Bruce is gradually but surely taking in all the land on both sides of Hawkins Branch, but euch ia the case, lie naa Been auuing to ma unu-all- y diminutive farm of 15 years ago till he now haa one of nearly GOO acres and almost a sufficient number of cattle to cover a thousand hills. A large wind mill ho has just put up furnishes power to run machinery to cut feed for a vast amount of stock. He also haa more lleao in his spacious barn than any one man needs in his business, as I found out in person last Saturday. house-keepers Duroc Jersey Red Swine Nothing but Sec us f!PNHP5SHEpi Stock. R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Grab Orchard, - - Kentucky. HARNESS SHOP You will find a good assortment of Harness, llri dies, Saddle, die Have your repairing done by our man, he understands Ms business. We have a Pigs tor sale from the best types ol Keglstere Breeders secured from me best herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited mechanic in our b.ior.m its long honarable career. Accounts of corporations and firms and indiv.duxls le.pectfully 'solle- Ths Directory ol this Hank is composed ol Forestua Reid, Lincolu county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. II. Colhei, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. Ilaughman.1 Lincoln ; J. S. Hocker, Stanford;' W. A. Trlbble, Stauford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner.JMcKlnney; j. 8. Hocker, Presldem" M11I"'M- - Vemon.Ky Jno. . ,hn"" fldu-ejan- es, BLAOKSMITHSHOP. Will guarantee p'ices Tiy our first-clas- McRoberts, Cashier; s ho", work and', satisfactory ahoer. A' A.McKlnncy, Asit. Cashier. St. Asaph Carriage Co., Wallace STANFORD, KENTUCKY, MERSHON first-clas- s & GREER, Proprietors. All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairin style. done in Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. Will act as Executor, lAdrnlniitrator and Assignee Special attention 'given to Settlements of as Attorney and bale and Division of n fan ts' Lands. Office on Lancaster St. overSupt. W. F. McCla y'solflce. 90 KY., Attorney at Law, Is now fully .organiied.and ready for Stanford, - - Kentucky. Paid up Capital of - - business wita $200,000. E. Varnon, Fanners Bank&Trnst Co OF STANFORD, Surplus, . 20,000. s, .IF YOU ARE GOING.. NORTH THE WEST, MR. &. K. KIELEY. EE EXPERIENCED PEWTER. Give us a trhl. Has charge of our Painting Department. -- aufli-cle- nt H.6.4RUPLEY, twtani ORFOLKWESTERN CHEAPEST, BEST ANO Time-Tables, RAILROAf QUICKEST LINE. Descriptiv Write for Rates, Map, craphletj, to any Station Agent, or to W. B. BtVILL, COAAOSt.Tl. ALLEN Blf. '""IIIS.O. rsr bands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, curea piles, or no pay repuired. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money M. T. BBACO, HULL, funded. Price ac cents per box, Por sale bv Ait. Trurll.e 11 if r a R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. KUlaOEE.1 brulies, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap-p- ea for cuts, The best salve in the world Ducklln'a Arnica Salve Is Koceiving His Willlal call. 4iSf Louisville 4 Naohvihc R. R. as Us tnindi, JuaLm'm,tra,0r' Uutee' To those who entrusted their Lincoln N.lional btanlord, we we he,c tender c- SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIOVAt BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the ..me assets he ame management. and under fly provisions of lis chatter, fully protected a. aie depositors in VflLonti 'V1 be.ng held Individual laoletotheestentofth. amount therein at the par value thereof, in of the.r addition to tha ,uch h .c1.,JnmYef,e-d!may ae hhWa "ankel mlte- .Tin w.lhu.r".1 ..' CmlnUe guarantee for prompt - i"t llW..n - -- J J. Williams, Ml. dirctohi: Vernon; . H. Shanks, (Stanford; J.S. Owsley, Stanford; Is tha line for you, Double Dally Traino Make close connections at S.J. Imbry, Stanford; J. B. Owsley, Stanford; J.JF Cast), Stanford; William Gcoch, Stanford; A. W. Ccrpenter, MlUedgtvil', LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKUD For any Information re It positively SPRING : AND : SUMMER : GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me THROUGH of Stanford, Kyj s. If. Shanks, Trcsldent, W. M. Bright, JOES. RICE. Arent, Dr.J.B.OwsJey,Cishhr, Tell it rmtmmgi" immt&i " j1 wnwiiMtaBW-af- r" m i