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Ladles. - NO. 78 rnilers quotations nod uk our tO 8PIltl 119 thp iHllUPH of tlio BtitliorH of each. To tlio onn npmllnK tho ontlrH correct, w will mail free im year any unjiMino ulio may select and a copy o' this paper frw and to th onn nnnillnjj tlio ui'irptt corrocta copy of tliln papor one vear. Phoultl more than ono mhhI correct ropllBP, the award will le nimle in any way that a ooinmUti'o may tleoido. The piiuiu rale wdlopply to tlio nenrfxt correct annwer. TIiIh will rJvo nvury lady who contests a fair chance. Plty'a akin to love. A sadder and a ler man. Frailty thy name Ih woman. To beard tho lion In bla dim. A fool at forty la a fool Indood. While thero'e lifi' thero'a hope. Tim child Is father of tho man. Fuint heart nH'cr won fair lkdy. Handsome la as handeomu does. . Wj ""l ( Fools for arfsumruta use wngera. Man propoaea and God disposer. Jealousy la hh cruel aa the urave. Tlirco rumoveanro an had na a lice. Thorn ia divinity In odd numbers. To err Is human, to foriilva divine. A tiling of beauty ia a joy forover. A vcrry pretty quarrel as itBtaudu. None but tho bravo diserve the fair. Hell is pavod with uood intentions. Tell tho truth and nlmmu the deyil. Is not the National Hird, but in comparison with the eaplc the latter Waeto Ua awuotuenaon the depart iir. is not in it To him every hend, that can, bows in reverence Hope, deferred uiaketh the heart nick. of tho eerpent iaover them all. anH cvciy mouth smacks in jladcsi anticipation. Tlitril Let us give thanks Ho ftlone m blttst, who ne'nr wna born. proceed to discuss him. acl Charity ttliill wviir a multitude, of fin. A flro brand plncUwl from the burning CnABJMCHAHD. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. The post of honor w thuj.privato naWilUrd Vannradal . who In atiei ! tion, - u I I), nfj, told to W. B. Burton n ins acbool at Collrge Home, will vwit bin bunehof lielfirn CoinInKivKtaeM. their ahadowa at i'c. pareuti nt Hirrrwlstmrtf Thiri).itviuK Kra nb Ap-- i , i'uVjJ t f.t fetesf.fivo A felHiw fiMli(: maktH ua wondrotiH day. y"rdi pnv-- T id tlm t.ar. K'dorO. J. kind. tilled the pulpit M. . lirtuubitiHn kM tc Kubanka God tempera the wind j to the idiom in th Chrimlau cbured Suntiay uiorninu Bro. suuAr inuli-- a nt SSO. and nJKht.but 0 4inir to ihu inolomenry lamb. Don't forget tbo wle of tbo King The want of tlcnoy to the want of of w weatlHr, th Htidloiictt wph small. Ih'ih ' lloiini; FnrV Friday. Klder Wm. An Itranii, of the IxmlevjHo eonso. 'ifOe IJ.iker booaht of various par- Musia hath charm to ateth n b.vbko Smin'ry, apeiii'H rhatiksuivlm: with his ti&- - i tun eh of Iiols at 2Jc to 3c. paronts here ami Mil preach Ttutnka broaat. i. 11 Uauplimati hmight this week j The llnua am UlUtt to tnwj.ln ptomm Klvms sarinon In the rjlitistian church. i 10 of enrtt at $1 15 n'eliTsred. , Mr. Janus Lwls. of I,iinetoii, i plices. W. U. Murphy hi, I to Montio Fox On their own morllH modetl mm) aro mlncllnp with old rriemla hort. Mi. .1. of Danville, (0 1 cattle at lc. K. Ce.rion aud daughter, Mibj HesiMd, an? dumb. Mh Kiiiii!, D. W. Vandeveer'fi Onotouohuf natur niakta tbc wholo still amouK Hut sick liat. The ninny MtHiBirelii'iy, won nt Lexington Mon-l- v. frlandH of Mr. I). H. Kdnuntou aro pleas-worM kin. VS to know of bur return home in an im and bwsl of all Fairest of creation, Bninonpii A teriin bouuht of Jesae prowl state of hetlih. Mrs Ada 0rlT. l.ynn fivceaitlf uvarjfting 1,100 pounds God's works. of at 52 SO. Tis true, 'tis tru. 'tis pity, and pity of Lebanon, and her mother-in-laUowlnml, wer hero to atletid the burial 'lis, 'tis truH. -I- S. G. Sinner, of lm', made close of little Kliftabeth Ciover. W'ben thejudmani'a weaw, the prtju-dicm $70,(100 on Boron Wilke3 and his get We sincerely hopn nur ttorthy edi this year. la (trotiK. Approbation fiom Sir Hubert Stanley tor and blsutall may "find" it dtrpdoMti - M. F. bought of G. W. Carter in their hearts to jjive thanks to the Au- Hint W K Anion m lot of butcher is praiae indeed. stuff Stone walls do not a prison make, nor thor of all kooJ, ami eat fat turkey, with at 2c to 'Jjc. cranberry sauce and many other KtMid iron bara a cage. W. M. Matheny sold to M. O. head is as full of quairtrfi?, us an tbiuRs of our heaven blisitnl Ihiu. lo Thy 20 yearlhiL's at $ll. They aver-ng"- d perfect eatietv. MHy ilu t.ii,.f flitor be Gflfl pounds. egK i full of meat Ho tliHt lights and rune away, may live nccouip.uiied by his worthy heipiurei -- John Jr.Sneoti, of Boy)', boucbt in that alio may partieipato in the fenxt end tho Shelby City section a bunch of heif-er- e to (Ijs'ht another day. ne (Jtioose not nlouo n proptr mate, but receive at liuot tho "wiab-boue- " and stera at 2J to Sc souvenir of Thankenivhiji, 1S0.". proper time to umrry. B.onausht: lletrin, of Crab Orchard, Tho relotitU'DS destroyer nsiniu sud. bousM in Mudisou 14 cattle avetaing There's not a joy tho world cn give donly visited our little town, on Monday l,(W pe und Ht $2.8(1 to ?2 So like that it takes away. Tia better to have loved and lost, than JilRht at S o'clock, and eel hie real upon WilMatti McCatley baa bought in the t'l-- snowy hrow of nweot little Klizabulb never to have lovod tit all. Itst few ta)H h bunch of light hogs at Man's inhumanity to mao, mr.kcB Govor. All was doun that aitsiitive, skill, 2jc unci lot of 200 to at fill phyelcUirb could do. but that drocd 3 cents. oonutless ttiousnda mourn. V -0, that men should put an enemy in disease, meiiibranoiis croup, had fustem-OS. Smltb.tof Tenmiwpe, will bo their mouths to atiwl wy thdr brains. iiHjlf upon th dear little creatura und at IlitiKhmsn' livr tbo pur-toHe is a fool, wtio think j by fnreu or the preeiouo lillhi hud was nipped ns by buvliiif cittoa! mules from three skill, to turn tho current of a woman's au untimely froat, but ah deur norma -- to nix years old. in? ones, she hai trxniplaiiiil to a will. lHrnwa are mlvanoioi; if we nre to clime, wtmro tint jui'ge mm thin parii'MiUr ele. The Tho devil wae nick, the devil n monk, milder, more would be, lbs devil wh woll, tbu duvil n rude, rouh tUsM of mortality can nv-o- horss tiia. Mr. Garnr bought- at Frank never bbubt itn pure bttls hpirir. Hoyden's sale for 60 csntB was pold by inonk was be. of midnight, when Your little treair Urn been lorn Tho witching lour that Htitiinn a fw lTttlatr for fo. t church yards yawn, and hrll tuulf yourfjiiJ, Ioviok imihr.w, but look up, 2:510 was the Ttie Ami hort t with an oye of fnito, to that haven of m breathes out conlaeion'on tlie world. Pel, a roau ildipt! of unknown breed noence uboraltulu Hltztlwili is "aslii bur, who trtn't h murk of 2:18 in 1S52. wher her Ooudnnd iurderr (to lawyrr) in Jthui" andon tlio bottom kof.Menr titles Tidns'fwd until I ebontaspacod amilo aro pidoml i SJavu r You fluid you could t iim off with u llfo to wsgiM In 'i;7l and tb's was not bBt little cniltlren io hanged who paid. eoritririup, and hera I kui to b fti p t) 1807. wiieu tDuxt-- r won the unto tiiBKnd forbid them not, or of met, ubaiiipinnnlup next month. it M units "Hh a mile in Lawyer -- That's all rlbi; you will bo iatlm kn.lom of bven." You wil; '2:7. 'Cue U's tr tter to beat 2:20 was only inis her happy, omuImii prattle and Flora Ttunpu nt 1SV), wlinn Hho clipped Imprisoned for life, wout ou?-a- nd merry, easeful luinjtit. r cnat fell au sweet- a n month, InHtHfid ot long, wttary years. qmrler of a Ufcoml off of that. ly upon your woia, but we nil Tost. W. B. Kid 1 shipped two car loads of Be reasonable, man! ChioHRO with you that she is now h Hiinliti,' little l,50(Mli, iMtlle fur Lbmr.u wbich wero Tho tomato crop in Oregon this year cheiub aiiioot; tho anolic IiobIs of that sold Frilrtv In Ne.Nj York at a prion One factory alono has bright ceU'Mtial cilv. She was placed wh'oli made $11 115 ut home or JO per bond is enormoiiH. in her little oiPlret of spotless white, five, tona a day.j canned lw than coat, rhare were i00 on tho with her lttle dol! nhe lovod ao'daarly in m irket Monday. JA. better feeling preA Million Frlondd. her arniB ar.d after brkf exercisep, at tho vailed in renrd to fednrs, but fat cattle In need It a friend indeed, and not ltfti A friend than one million hvo found Just luch a Inend in home, icupreeeively conducted by Dr wine nit much in demand. The very Dr. Klnj'i New l)icovcry for Consumption, Stapp, and "Asleep lu Jesua" softly best pricsa ware obtained for a couple of tJoueh and Cold. If you have never ued this you treat Cough Medicine, ono trial will convince dn . ennK, tho llttlo body of clay was takeu lotB of 1,200 lb good quality, which tliatittiM wonder Jul curative powen malt bot to the cemetery on tho hill and Luiiri l.ach thero to brought 3 cents; good feeders of 900 to eateiol the Throat, Chot that It claimed or mon tie Is guaranteed to do all await the resurrection morn. 1.100 lb. aold for 3 toHJ cents; 750 to ey will be refunded. Trial bvttlci free at A. diuxtorf. Irgo bottloi joe and $i. heifers 2 lo BOO lb, 2J centa,"(li00lb. All summer iotiK tho barnyard heard t good s u'jotb oxen 3 to3J centp; 2 cenu; Tho turkey'u nni and boaat, Four Di Succoaaoa. tlun matte Havlntheadv ed merit to morethem, the (ol- - And iiovp they're Iad that bumptious fat boas 3 cents, lot of 100 grade mounclaimed for cood allur t reniedtittn . bird 1.n raiifliful ft lir.aiiiiinanal tain Hhopp, weight 100 lbs., at $1.15 each. 10. lowing r Onall siilcs rout tale. Urluaud New Iitcouery, for conjump. Winchester Democrat. pttle ciurantced- tion, Cou.',IH smd Coldi, York World. - "" Electric Diiicri, ms kiuii bulvo. tho Although you aro this timo of year uudlhturcvi. lta kten' Arnlct Life ThBwifool Mr. L,onr(l'SVeIU.of Eait Villi, M.im , had been sutleiinj; Iroin neuralgia lh world, and Dr. KlnE' New best Tho theme of many a toast pill. All U.e.n reinediei are (or two dayi, not bulnit a'le to sleep or baruly which area irfect to do Just what it claimed for them From lips of thoeu wlio love you dear, keep still, when Mr ltoldeu, the merchant there cuaranteed herewith Pain You also not a roast. andtn.dealerwhoo name li attached Sold at A kit ner a bJllle pft'hainherlaln' trial. Malm and On will be glad totell you roorooftliem. aikrd that sue irive It a thorough Judge. Vel!j tho uixt day he was told that shu DruR Store. Mr. R'cnny'i 1ml j" i In order lo unltvun tio long winter lint of 50 ovenliiRH, we print bolaw 11 DEATH'S DOINGS. JudgeStephen wbofo Burcb, eertons illneps was told of in our last issue, died at 8 i m. Tuesday of brain clot and paralrsisthn 51st anniversary of bis birth lie was born at Crab Orch ard, whore the. gretler part of his life wasspontatid whe.ro bo and Mr. J. 13. Gilkeraon ran a successful lnercbnntilo business for a number of year. Though a mem youth at the time, bo joined Captain Tom tshankb Co. 13., 0th Kentucky A Splendid Of Assortment AND COMBS. - lit TOOTH BRUSHES, HAIR BRUSHES. ' Window Glass in all sizes. sWlft BIT I the: turkey gobbler o!t. . to-da- be-fo- ie. I -- 1 Oflo-pmi- a Jt 1 w, e - Ma-the- i - of ! !n r, - frt-r- n bt-a- pa-0"- f Cavalary, Morgan's Command, and fought through tho war for the caife he loved, but which whs destined to be loht A few years after h's return home bis married Miss Mnry Allison, of Bourbon, and she with four children, W. S., Pain J. and Misses Essie and Mary Burcb, fiiirvivo. A dozvu cr n tie years ago, be moved b's family to this section and bru since made his homo with iu. adding co nctantly to tbo long list of friends, which his courteous bearing and gentlemanly conduct won for him. Lie w&s a Chesterfield in manners and a Bayard in honor, and was as unostentatious as be vrrs clever and obliging. Tho people of Crab Orchard Eeveraj times honored Judge Burch with the po-- . lice judgeship and when Col. C. H. Bodes was made collector of this district bo made him n storekeeper and gnuger, which oilico he was filling in Anderson county, when be whs prostrated by dis ease aud from whence bis wife brought hitn as soon as she learned of his condition. Judge Burch was educated at Georgetown College and was a man of excellent eonse. He was a member of the Baptist church, the church of bla old mother, who past is bowed with grief and for whom, tho wife and children great sympathy is felt. The fnneral services were held at the Presby. teriati church nt 11 a. m. yesterday by Kev. P. It. Nool, asiUted by Kov. S M. Logan, after which an unusually long precox on ot menus loiioweu the re mains to Buffalo Cemetery. A friend of his youth and mnturer yeata contributes the following: "Iu Memoriam." Died, at his homo, in Stanford, Nov. 25, ISO"), on the 61st anniversary of bis birth, Judga Stephen Burch, of Lincoln county. This announcement will carry genuine and profonnd sorrow to a larga circle of bis friends and comrades throughout Kentucky. Stephen Burch waaborn at Crab Orchard, and wan a lineal descendant of ono of tho o'.de?t and best of the pioneer stocks. Ilia groat grandfather, on the maternal-aide- , was the famous and pic tutoRqtio old Indian fighter, Col. Wm. Whitley, who fell at tho River Raisin. lie received a good education in his ear ly youth, and retained throughout bis Ufa an intelligent taste and fondness for books. Eeforo ranching the age of 18 he became a Confederate soldier and in the famous Cavalry Command of John Morgan, served bravely and faithfully until the close of tbo civil war. All the years Bince then have been lived by bim ia tbo unobtrusive pursuits of merchant and fanner in bis nativo county. A friend, who knew bim long and well, finds a melancholy pride and pleps ure in saying of him that no truer man mid no truer gentleman, in the fullest meaning of these words, ever lived nniong us Ho wa as incapable of a mean or littl act as be was a Btrnngor to all ignoble or Borlcd tbouchts. Modest, geutlo, spirited and delicately honorable, whether iu tbo rolo of civilian or soldier, he has fallen suddenly in tbo meridian of hf leaving to bis friends the unshadowed memory, Bnd to bis family (ho priceless heritage of a stainlees name. After lifu'e fitful fever may be sleep A Comkads. well. four-score, -- PENNY'S DRUG- STORE. Stanford, Ky km WMA mm War to the Knife. fifflnnnm. Prices Lower Than The Lowest. YotJr money never woold buy as much as at present, reached the , for..1 u;e have Climax of Low Prices. JVc have but one desire, that is to show you goods and I3ed Rock Prices. quote you lemp a Clothinp-, F Z xss nomy a When you arise some morning and find the sun rising in the West, that will be the day when Charles Wheeler will be undersold and not till then. Headquarters for Ladies' Wraps, Millinery, Dress Goods, Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishings. Drew, Selby & Co's Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. Sole agents for Royal Tailors, of Chicago. Others may lead but you will never find us distanced more than a throat lacth. See? Highest market price for proCHA.S. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. duce. A Steel Range and 40 Pie- ees of Ware for $25. B3rSv.Jiethinq New. "a W. H. WEAREN & A. C. SINE, -- CO, Stanford, Ky. Dealer in- - Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, HSTC. I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. j. 11. .vug 11.MAN. 11 FLOOK5NG, SIDING, CEILING, ;l t tl i. S. H. BAUGHMAN. STANFORD ROLLER MILLS Make the Best Grades of Flour and Meal Try sorac of our brands anil you will hive no other Fancy Patent No i, Alpiio Snow, Fancy Family, Utile of Lincoln and Creole. 'uirr (, Whan Jack Proposed. SEED WHEAT, WINTER OATS, RYE at all k.wls mixed ami crushed to order Corn, Rye, 5h;pjtu(T, Outs, nar-leOur Specialties-Hae- ds and Ilran. Remember nil Feed order must he accompamel with tho cash. Addrcis ir call on y I meant to keep quito calm and cool, And uot behavo just like a fool - When Jaoli proposed. Iutendml to bo dignified, And eav: "Perhaps I'll bo jour brido If -- I'm disposed." In spito of all I thought to do, My plans fo chorisbed ne'er came true, When Jack proposed. I laid my head against bis breast, And -- Jack can tell yon all tho rest, If he's disposed. Life. Tbo Elkton Progrow say?: "Colonel J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO., Proprietors, Stanford, Ky. 0. 11. Clemens is the father of 12 children, the moat of whom are grown, Sis of them, who are boys, aro democrats, while all of the six girls who are married have democratic husbands. This family i9 the only organization wo have beard of this fall that is unanimously democratic. Mr. Jackson (placing Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, Ready-mad- e i 1 i or made to measure, as suits customer. S Can fit any man. iu' "".'""I . I - ch ini --- "-- ch Ilrlin-ftel- d, meet-lll- i; Oood advice: Never uuve iwiiioo.. a jourrey without a bottlo of Chamberlain i Colic, Cholcn and DUnhoea Remedy. ZZL Stauford, Ky. Hockcr, Vox sale by Craic .v. The nest saive in hib wu. sores ...... letter, sorci. ulcers, salt rheum, fever 1 -.- Duoklln's Arntoa Salvo. ..-..- -., di, clulbUitii. corns and all skin eruptions nositlveiy cures pue,u Muwj S,ve t'ncg as cents ?efundBd. A.K. I'cnny.Staulord, Ky. "'f''iu''r per Sll "Now that wo aro married, Ptnelopo liour,and that the buttle of I'am Halm was cuuld not he had tin' lets. i$.eo and have nothing to conceal from each wortn ialt atifit centt pr bottle by Craig & IIocV Por 39 er, Mai.tord Ky. other, how" m "I'm 29, Georgo. How much did you "Dora must Im vo suffered eome terrigive the preacher?" Ohioago Tribune. One ne'.er sees her ble disippoiotment. An unknown negro, caught tryirg smile nowadays. What ia tho mattei?" Y. tJ wreck a train near Calvert City, wes 'Threo frontj teeth pu'led."-- N. lyncied by a mob. Journal. m av ull nghr, !io paia hiving left her vtithtn two worldly goods I deo endow. Miss Snowflake (coyly) Doan' yo' be so hasty, Gawe; wo ain' mahried ylt. Mr. Jackson hebbor yo' mln', honey. Dat ring's all I's got, cny ways. culture saja g cure for nervous headache is tbo simple act of walking backward. Ten minutes is as long cs is ubujII nccofsary to promenade. It sometimes, howuyer, requires more ten minutes to walk at all, if one is vory "nervous." An apoatlo of physical ring upon her linger) -- Wtf all tnah the ocgigement Oa ' J M ROBERTS, fl..RUPLEY,- - that an excellent and never-foilin- HitWWW: sjrvir& la fteceiving His FALL : AND : WINTEB : GOODS. Goods Warranted jand a Perfect "Fit GuarantcM: Give me call. wJlt.-AMJBW!i.!-- - - fr ij.j-i.i'iw- VOOfe XjJlfw f-. Candidate for Congress in tho 10 h A letter to the Covington CommonNEWSY NOTES. district ari already announcing wealth from Frankfort roasts Auditor The Indiana democratic State comon both Hides and they aro as Norman from atom to stern and credits mittee has boon called to meet January think aa fiddlers in linden. troubles. him with all Stanford, Kv November 28, 1896 Twenty-od- the caueo of ofllceourhad made 11 at Indianapolis. Samuel L Look, formerly of Louisyears in J. D. Rickman, an insurance agf n t ville, has purchased the Evansvillo Courfeel hisoata to such an extent that him down the stairs of a ier. It ia undemtood that Hon. Gil, he thought himself invincible and a mas was killed by falling W. P. WALTON. hotel at Bowling Greeu. Shauklin will retain tho editorial direc Another gala week for the Economical at The ter instead of a servant of the people. The Frank Albrluht, of Kingman, Ind., tion of the Courier. fact that he ran 8.8S8 behind the ticket fl'ght of stairs and broke his Tho race for the Republican noml 1 has doubtless taken some starch out of fell down a neck. He was just starting to church, nation tor tho United Statis S?nato him and he will go to his Boone county It has been decided to remove tho shows a now phase 'very day. Tho latest home with a longtime ahead of him to bodv of Gen. W. S. Hancock from Nor- - ia that Col. Evans and Auguaius The Feast continues. Look in any direction and the eye rests upon Bahmkg politics und laying aside every cogitate on the vanity of earthly things ristonn, Pa , lo the Arlington catuetory. would .pool their btrength in n an elaborate price feast. Willson Not a single item, big or little, gets away form of ingratitude) and the other sins in general und of his own infinitesimal in The tlrat coal shipment down the fight nttainBt Godfrey Hunter. particular. from the ptice reduction. Each department adds its quota of excepthat so easily beset us, we aa n people, an Ohio for seven months is on its way. Bon D. Riniro, of Hartford, bus been a nation, aa a State and as a community, Gov. Bbown has ordered the 2nd Reg- The barges contain over 10,000,000 hush-el- s. reappointed a uieinb.T of tlm Stato tional values.' To take you through the store in this announcment have many causes for thankfulness, iment of State troops to attend the inshowing the countless ways, board of tqualizi'.iou, and John S. which we ought at all times humbly to augural of Gov. Bradley, but wo susIn a burst of joy ovor tho republi has been appointed a Member of acknowledge to Almighty God, but pect that he thinks their presence will can victory Jacob Vanraeter stabbed hoard to auce-r- d John .c. Poelp, o chiefly ought we so to do on this day set be necessary to oust the clerks who think John Davia at an Edmonson county jol-i- fi the Lexington. Kntgirtaiuued to run for apart by cuBtom, the president and the they have a vested right to the offices cation. the Legislature and not left. governor. At peace with all the world there and to preserve order so that Gov. Four doad bodies were found iu a We take those nearest at home, leaving L. & N. Yu several Would be and endless task. Last week and the rest of mankind, aa one of our Bradley can epeak as be is very particu- cabin near Arthur City, Texas. It is special "turkey the to Cin your good judgment to urge a visit early this week. truina" from Paris distinguished statesmen onco romarked; lar about noise. The regiment is the thought to have been the work of re citinati iu onW to handle the hftvy blessed with all the creature comforte crack one of the State and ia composed vengeful Indians. shipment of turkeys. Ech train wp that the earth has supplied in unusunl of nine companies, situated at Lexing New York has one saloon to every composed of an engine and three ex abundance; preserved from pestilence ton, two, Harrodaburg, Flemingaburg, 254 inhabitant; Chicago has one to evpress cars, and jeach train hauled about and direful disease, and marching on to Frankfort, Falmouth, Cyntbiana, Win- ery 242; Philadelphia, ono to S41, and 120,000 ponn ia of dressed turkeys slaugh Fine quality, plain or ribbed All woo', home knit socks 15c, a manifold and a greater destiny, we chester and Middlesboro. Boston, one 500. tered for Eastern markets. .black cashmere, value 25c, 15c for black and gray cashmere 20c, baye causes for thankfulness not always Gimbett Bros., of Philadelphia, aro Miss Evelyn Walbeck, who prepir week. worth 35c. Cartsrsvjixe, Iowa, has nominated tho first to accept Secretary Carlisle's our own and rarely vouchsafed to other ed the log cabin design used a the ds Extra quality of Fast Black Col. W. 0. Bradley for president of these offer and have oneaged to ship 100,000 nations. vice of the republican party, has been Fleece lined Cat Hose, value 40c, What boots it if Col. Bradley was United States, be gad, sir, and promises in gold to the treasury. presented with a gold watch and chain MEN'S UNDERWEAR. this week 25c A man at McArthwr, O., who epoko elected governor and the State has gone that the voters of that State will roll up republican Statu campaign com by tho Ladies, Misses and Children's to the demnlHon bow wows politically. 100,000 majority for tho favorite son of disrespectfully of a woman, was ridden mittee. Mies Wnlbck is a daughter of black ribbed hose worth 10 now 5c. God reigns and the goverment at Wash- Kentucky. We beg to second the nomi- on a rail and then tarred and feathered A good heavy ribbed suit never the cashier of the German Bank, of ington is still democratic, praise His dear nation. If we are to have a republican as be shold have been. sold less than 75c, we arc selling Louisville. LADIES UNDERWEAR. The Woodford Hunting Club which name forevor. Then again Col. Bradley president, which we hope the good Lord them at 50c per suit or 25c per DurirglHst year 497 accidents ocmay and doubtless will make a good gov. will forbid, Col. Bradley is our first, last returned from a hunt in ArkanssB garment. curred to railway jotcfficr a, in which Heavy ribbed, fleece lined Union ernor, and what we now regard as a ca. and only choice. Kentucky gave the brought back 18 deer, ono black boar, Extra heavy fleece lined that is 6even clerks wero killed and 178 injured suits 50c, worth Si. lamity may prove a blesaing in disgui8ef country a Lincoln, who knows but that ono wild boar and 50 turkeys. while on duty, an increase over lest year Ladies' Vests heavy ribbed, considered cheap S1.50 per suit, George Phealan, son of Congressfor all things work together for good to her Bradley may even eclipse that wonof 138, accidents and 27 clerkB killed and worth 25, we sell them at we arc selling them at Si. derful genius. 15c. man Phealan, of Tennessee, died at tho them that love the Lord, and surely the injured. Of the 10,377,875,000 plecea people, acUniversity of Virginia from injuries re democrats ere God'a chosen distributed aud redistributed but 1,16(1- ,Only two notices of conteet for seats coived in a game. ll cording to His word, for is it not writttn GS2 errors o.viued, ono for each S.S95 A mob lynched Jack Yarborough. a that Whom lie loveth he chasteneth? in the Houbo were filed by republican pieces handled correctly, tho best record is up. Wood Onco isn't always and twice ain't for- members and the timo notorious criminal, at Chrystal Springp, yet. Dunlap ivanta Kaufman's seat from Lex- Miss, The man waa on his way to prison The newest and most fashionable material, beautifully made up, ever, so dry your tears, you who lost out Tho hoard of canvat srs of the reington and Werner Mr. Tomkins from to serve n lifo term for murder. on the 5tb, take fresh courage and join sults of the late election in Virginia hove ranging in prices from Si. 75 to S15.00. (venaboro. No democrat filed notice of Sixty-tw- o bodies have been recoverus in giving thanks. Four years isn't 0 contest in the Senate and the republicans ed from the ruins of the cartridge facto- completed their work and it shows that No person in want of a suit or coat hhould not fail to attend this most such a long time and if wo will only regular democrats and thirty-on- e important sale laughing in their sleeves over the ry at Palma, supposed to Lave been sixty-ninof men's and boy's clothing. We have just opened a learn to labor and to wait all things will are have been elected by members of the Sonate that blown up by a discharged workmau. new lot of single and double breasted sack suits, made up from the come to us. Matters are never so bad po" threat members of the Uouao of Delegates On they would retaliate if republicans un Geo. W. Green, of Boston, won $500 litically or otherwise that they might no seated democrats in the House. It can't and the championship by setting 70,700 joint ballot the two houses stand aa fol newest and most fashionable material and very attractive patterns. be worse so there is no use to repine, but 37 lows: Democrats 103; be done now. ems, corrected solid nonpareil, in seven many reasons for gratitude and thanks. Democratic majority 00. Mergenthalor type setter. Let ua thon with one accord acknowlThe Intenstate Commerco CommisLincoln county stands out promi- hours with a A petition will bo presented to the edge the manifold blessings that we have nently aa the only one in the State, so sion reports tbat 92 per cent, of the railBL"ST received and by deeds of love and chari- far as heard from, that does not furnish Kentucky Legislature asking legislation roads of the United States, covering G50 ty prove our thankfulness to Him whose an applicant for some ofllce under the for the confinement of inebriates in an roads, made gross earnings during the A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, workmercy endureth forever. George- asylum, instead of in jails and amounting to $1,003,022,853: incoming State administration. fiscal year T; D. RANEY, Manager. town Times. The reason is that only a houses. of which $293,405,792 was from passenKentucky Legislature now elands The A contract has been awarded by the of the white republicans here ger service, $G33,022,9S3 from freight and with Carroll out 68 republicans, G7 handful Russian Government lo the Bethlehem Branch Stores; are competent to hold office. The voters $20,21 7,695 from telegraph, car mileage, o populisms. One of democrats and Iron Comyany for 1,120 tons of harvey-ize- d etc. Tho operating expences were $fl7, Paris. Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, negroes and they need the latter has assorted that he. will vote are principally armor plate, for nee on the new bat Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. not apply for office, because blessed are 007,035. leaving net earnings of $325,355,-21for a republican for U. S. Senator, so in tlpsbip Bostislay. compared with $320,187,070 for the thoy who expect nothing for they shall as no event does it seem tbat a democrat. The Debs presidential boom sufferdisappointed. same roads in 189 can be elected, for even if Carroll should not be Derhold, a ed from early frost bite. be returned and the other populist vote Leslie county gave tho largest repub- Milwaukee German paper, says the laOF A LOCAL NATURE. with .the democrats, which is very un- lican majority in proportion to the vote bor leader is a native of Elaasa, in Yater Sam Lyons sold five shares of Boyle Fancy pieces in certain, the vote would still be a tie cast and Gov. Bradley has awarded it land, and is thereforo not eligible. genuine Haviland Limoges, Sazcrat Limoges, Gerwith the House republican and possess- the silk flag offered by him, which will While the Chicago and St. Louis pa- County National Bank stock at $180 that man goods, Royal Victoria Vases, Dresden Lamps, Hisque Candelaing the power to seat as many of its be presented with much ceremony soon. pers have just reduced their price to one ho bought the same day at $170. faith as necessary. There is; one thing All but 10 per cent of Leslie's vote went cent, the Courier Journal, after trying It is stid that Gen. Hardin and Judge brum, Plates, A. D. Coffee Cups, Plate Sets, Photo Frames, Comb absolutely certain and that is some cause to Bradley, Jackson coming second with the two-ceexperiment for a year or Tarvin, of Covington, will form a part- and Urush Trays, Genuine Cut Vases, Imitation etc., etc. for thankfulness, Senator Blackburn is 89 per cent for him and Owsley third tno, has gone back to three cents. nership for the practice of law at Louisnot in it in any event. Ho raado hia bed with 87 per cent. We believe all three It is estimated that the total grain ville. hard and he must lie hard for all time. Mrs. Georgia Shelton, of Columbia, of the counties gave him more votes than production of the United States amounts the assessors listed. to the enormous quantity of 3,527,279,-60- 0 daughter of the late Rev. George Reed, Tue wind storm of Monday night whs bushels, an increase over the pro- a Presbyterian minister, Is a candidate very severe in tuia, Ohio, Indianti, IlliLoud how tbia world is given to fawn- duction of 1S91 of 1,091,300 ,G00 bushels for State librarian. Which for a Wedding, Birthday or Xmas gift are uncqtialed and can nois and other Stale3,aeveral people beiug ing! Every body is tickling Col. Brad-lo- y Five men revived an old quarrel at a only be found at the store of H. H. Binleya young grocery clerk killed and much property destroyed. now, while there's none po poor aa to at Covington, who was shot in tho hip church door near Manchester, Clay coun The telegraph lines suflored severely ami do Gen. Hardin reverenco. The one is ty, last Sunday. John HoIph was kil'rd arweak nerved people were frantic. Louia- - rolllua on the ton wave of nublic favor. by stienii U uonneu wmio under against the sheriff for nnd hia two sons bidly wounded. villa which eeoina doomed to be swept tiie otner aiati nas etinK oeneatn tno rest, has filed suit Gov. McCreary has gone to Washfor medical at away by a tornado, was again vfsited by waves. T was ever tnus. une iaugus 15,000 damages and $15 ington to! e present at tho npeniuK of a terrific storm, the wind blowing at a and 'lather cries, eo runs the world tention. He thinkB that Hon Mrs. William Collins, of New York, Conj;reH Monday. rate of 70 miles an hour. No great dam- away. eea'ed wiihont W. O. will h locked her three little childron in a room age, however, waa done, thougn many 1G prices an errand. When much opposition. Of tho while she wvnt out on Of the finest line of Pipes ever shown in Stanford. houses were unroofed. At othor points Gov. Win, McICinloy, Governor-elec- t Tuesday, the sheriff edited ovor seven, it sho returned ono of them was burned to . damage vma in the State the W O. Bradlty and Hon John V. requiring that much space to advertise death and tho other two were eeriously Yerkes will each enjoy a "Thanksgiving the sale of lands and lota in Jefferson injured. In Stationery, Toilet Ai tides and Druggist Sundries. Hon. W. K. Hambby, of London, who comity for taxes. Republicans, espec Samuel R Smith, a newspaper niau turkey" sent to them hv nn admirer, was u motnbor of tho Corjs'itutiouai C n ially the Kentucky variety, aro opposed of large experience, has been selected by Judge R. L. Wilnior", of NicholfPviHe. venlion and at present the Common- to paying taxes, at least they do not pay Hon. Charlea Finley aa assistant secrf- - Tho j nd go undoubtedly obtained the wealth's Attoruoy of his diatrict, has al- on any, and it ia now easy to see why tary of State. Col. Smith was for many largest turkeys in tho county, ns they Compounded from newdrugs and chemicals by an experienced pharfaftt-ready announced himself a candidatt) for Louisville wont republican. years a stall correeponuont resident at weighed 20, 23 and 20 pounds, encli having been dr s ed. macist. Congrets in the 11th district, believing Frankfort. The editor of this paper has received a The largest and most interesting doubtless that it 's the early bird that The Chesapeake & Ohio has mai 0 catches tho worm. Mr. Kambey ia a letter from Secretary L. W. Gaines noti- arrangements to open up a line of steam- foot ball game of tho sa;ifion will tale bright young nun and a capable one, fying him of his appointmont by Presi- ers hetweeu Newport Nowp and Rotter- p ace on the State College gridiron thie, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. but tho fellow who brats David Grant dent John A. Bell as a delegate to the dam an! Amsterdam, as well Ha Liver- rhnrsdav, afternoon bot.veon the Statu Coison for the nomination will have to National Prees Association, which meets pool. The first uteamar will loavn De- College and Centre Coigo town. Til' an cember 14. gime will close thp foot ball season iu get up early in the morning, if in feet he at St. Augustine, Fia., Jan. honor which he accepts with thanks and retires at all. A Missouri minister, just returned Lexington, and the result will decide will endeavor to fill. from Turkey, makea the chargo tbat the State championship of Kentucky. Sknatob Ed. Pahkbr, of London, is in Tub New York Herald goea right along United States Minister Terrlll has joined Washington prosecuting hfa canvass for ''She talked so fast that I could not Sccdingtimc is now right at hand; we have a largeTstock of Mohammedans, ond ia sending out eergeant-at-arm- a of the House. Wo do booming Cleveland for a third term, but the get n word in edgowisf." falfu reports about tho trouble in the Sulnot know what hia chances are but wo the suggestion does not touch a respon"You should have resorted to Bbarper tan's empire. do know that he is clever enough and sive popular chord. Third terras don't Bhort years agojthe demo- language "Indianapolis Journal. Only two deserving enough for enythiug in tho go in this country and domocrata should not insiat upon tempting fate iu trying cratic raombors of Congress went to take gift of that body. With him holding their seats 225 strong. Now tho repubEmbracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle down tbat office and old Col. Silas Ad. to force the question. lican members will take their seats 20 . uy. Come and examine ; ams keeping the door, a good many o """& ""- t nr an l.j nil niniu. rTi If Col. Bradley can satisfy the 5,000 strong. This la a remarkable change in nur srnrif neinre duviiut. ine season ij nMt;nrr the sins which the bodv ia sure to com- hungry office seekers with Ccr llcite of stock No. 33 inued by the Kline s short and we are offering special inducements to the few small so short a time. close out a nice line mit will be forgiven. But we very much loaves and fishes that bo has at his disDank aud Tru.t Compauy of OunlnTd, Ky , 10 Berry Stone, of Clark county, waa M. A.Spoonamore lia bren lost. All pcrinui aro of Buggies and Surreys. fear that the candidacy of ono will kil1 posal he will porform purchase taid a miracle which sentenced in 1877 to one year in the pen- hereby notified not todo, It will or IdvoiI Id own be at their certificate, at If Ihey the other's chances. Z. SPOUNAMOItE, will lay in tho shade the one recorded in itentiary and for 18 years has lived qui- riik. J. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. For the Helr. Tub Covington Commonwealth says Holy writ. But tbat f is a long crooked etly at homo waiting for some one to to tho penitencomo along aud take him that "Congressman Hprdin would not letter. tiary. Dinpairinc of receiving such at have bad sound." Perhaps it wouldn't, Tony If Louisville does not but it will ha a long time before the poo. Carroll she need never ask any favors tention ho went to Frankfort alone Tuespie of this diatrict will give bun tho from tho rest of the democratic State. day and waa pardoned The Director of tho Mint reporta Hit right to wear such an appallation. They Her behavior of late has been to show u 29, 1895, that tho mints coined during the year I will (ell at public auction, t my rfsMlencr. in might forgive a repentant and a suppliavertion to democracy nud unless cating sinner, but they will never reward she provo otherwise it is "goodby Liz $43,933,475 gold; f3.95G.011 in silver dol- Middkburjf, Caity Co., Ky., a. my pcr.uual ol lars; 15,113,409 subsidiary silver coins, property, ccutiiting a man who got ua into moat of tun trouJane." rea Courier-Journ5712,593 minor coins; total $53,715,519, ble and then tells All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage MakingJ'and Rcpairine No man who knows Ed. Porter Gold bars to the value of $10,341,645 40 Fat Hogs, 6 Sows and Pigs, 26 porter that he has no regrets and noth1 Pair Work MiUe3, Thompson believed for a moment tbat were manufactured. done in first class style. Shoats, ing to take bKck. lie would accept an office to which anHume Clay, who It ia rumored tbat Tina paper hud occasion laut week to other was fairly elected. Kontuuky nev-- e forged notes to the amount of $100 000 in crib, so buihels thellvd oair 30 tuiMs of had a prouder son than Ed Porter and waa sentenced to the penitentiary wheat a,coo bundle of oati, 30 stacks ul liny, 100 use the latin words, "requiat in pace." Special attention to horses with diseased feet. Wc have an artistic man copied Thompson, nor one who had a more for 10 years, is to be pardoned by Gov. shocks ot fodder, 3 buggies, 3 carts, Tho Richmond Pantagraph wsaon, mowing machine, hay rake, ;u acres of Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in hisj work. of farming tools too numeritalks and all the articlo and not having heard of that lofty ecorn for a meanness. Louisville Brown. Clay haa served four yeara of ous to nit ntlon,klmlt all my houiehold and kitchon also thinking it was a misprint Tjmes. language and his 10. The governor sent for him the furniture. EL. KIELEY. 8XFERIERCED FEIRTER. of salo. Alaska's gold output for the year other day and kept him an hour in his TF.KMS Made known cm day V. COrTGV. had it set up "reat qultt iu peace," which ). Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trhl. 1S95 is estimated at $ 3,000,000. Mlddlcburt;, Ky. isn't eo bad after ol . office. ifcMI-WEEK- INTERIOR JoiJRML them-Bolv- es ANOTHER GALA WEEK ! SIX PAGES- - LOUISVILLE STORE hr Van-met- er YOU CAN SAVE m Ladies' Hosiery. Men's Half Hose. foot-ba- OAFDS AJB JAOIKUTS e ts anti-democr- TE LOUISVILLE STAMTORD, STORE, 8 1 IMPORTED : CHINA Cut-glass, ! RICH ELEGfINT DECDRflTlDNZ The Jeweler. WINDOW DISPLAY IfcTIEW Courier-Journal- 's couaidt-ra-ble- IEV hi: a"5TTs:ir(3- r 21-2- 4, PRESCRIPTIOITS I "W"- - B. M'ROBSETS, LOOK HERE I niua 7 y LOST, Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, ,., ""-B. IS. WAS&EIT. ro-ele- ct Sale of Personalty r5L. Friday, Nov. I , Asaph Carriage STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Co, MEESHON & GBEER, 'Proprietors. al ;&Wuoi 1 Shoeing and Blachsmithinq of all Kinds E. BE 1 1 -- BR. .- -t . , WOMAN AND CHIME, IN prominently out lit il,e history of crime. I allude to tho caso of Mrs. Poarccy, wnicn i was called upon to Investigate. i LEOPOLD'S LAST DAYS. v ( 4 ! I ISIIIKF cable f".v Tho body of tho murdered woman (Special Correspondence.) with t.ho criminal wan patch from Brusfound In tho neighborhood of clawes has proved uuuui ii mere la sels puolidhod tho fWn any citv In tho clcnrly to mo that Ilnmpstead, a suburb of London, other day poko of B TT" J' 7 and g o'clock In tho evening. woild where llttlo tho woman orlmln-n- l a soDhation In the thoroughfare was a dark and loneglrln, real little far worse than Thoone, Belgian ly only tnitiallv limit nvnr. ntul hours laier, with tho ones, I mean, think rived twenty-fou- r tho man. Stt!tloa having by caused o,iei no ligh.s nor public lamps. The so much of getting girl snfe and smnd. uliow that In ovory In a1 newsI nlways adu 'led the young diplohundrod c r tn o s bond of tho murdered wi man was covrrarried as they do paper on the relaered by a cardlaan JackeA. On amovmat's conduct when he opened the boi thirty are commitin Athens. tions of King One day a girl and discovered tho exchange of sisters ted by womon, but ing this It was found that the face wns II. and a no Rtnlned with blood, and tho head was num-Im- r mine, that had beon mae'e. If ho felt any disof tho Bmallor friend torious Panatonne, aro of a mmo nearly sevorpd from the trunk. Tho Mile. IfiinlUoniio d'AU'ncon, one of 1.10 who was studying appointment, he concealed It, assuring body was convened' first to tho pollr-oiror-iounnfl rovomng cnaraciw. at the Hill Memo tne girl that thupluck and devotion she favorites among the dancers at the Thoro In no doubt or the fact that, aa station, nnd then to tho mortuary. Folios JJeigero. It Is not tho llrst time rial school, waa callod out of the class had shown wore more precious to him a rtito, when womon commit a crlino It Upon an examination by tho modlonl that King Loopold's lie marroom by hor fathor, who told hor to get than hor sister's b uty. nainq has been Is associated with surroundings of n men It wns found that tho head had montloncd In her things and come homo with him ried her, nnd I believe they wore hapconnection with cscnpndM py ever after. more dreadful character than whan tho beon smashed and the wludplpo and of the kind, but public t on re. rom. .. uu iho Peasant girls aro skillful with their criminal belongs to tho opposite snx. spinal cord divided. "Why, what's tho matter?" she asked rojnl divorhlon hs beon Rreatly sub On the following morning a blood- needles, learning from their mothers, This Is oven admitted by womon 'n a'.arm. dued, u n ; ess In the forolt;.i In nnd therefore In making this "Nothing," ho said, "only you are and peoplo como from far and near to which the manifestations of tne iviugn stntomont I am not entering upon any ?olng to bo married two weeks from purchase of their handiwork. For ten propi1 nitlr li ; from time to tlmo . j cars the childron work at their marcontroversial ground, but am today." beon l - 'V Is generally nllowod by all who what That was the first she knew about It, riage garments, so it Is little wonder If the latost u. ilo report Is true the A hnvo studied tho subject. I hnvo boon and sho was only 1G jenrs old. A year that they achieve a splendid result. Tho king of the Helens, now 60 thrown Into direct contact with many later Bho was divorced from her hus- Mohalr-Uk- e materials of which tho yoars old, has Ml en up with ono of the ' VjfjTjf womon charged with crimes and congown Is made Is of creamy white, someband who was thus thrust upon her. two most wide y known uoiuon of tho victed, but ultimately reprieved In con When they aro only 9 or 10 years old, times woven by the peasants themParlnl-- n Be, ft yfrl of 20 and odd sequence of tho ploa of Insanity being the little Greek girls of the best fami- selves, but more frequently being puryears, whose appoaranco as a dnuBCUe raised and established. Tho more lies make their debut In soelotv hv chased. Although tho original stuff Is on tho stage o tho Folios liergcrc, is revolting tho nature of tho deed, dancing before King George and Queen often cheap and of heavy texture, yet duo only to hit love of notoriety. Povthe more Inclination there Is to believe Olga at tho children's court ball, which from the matchless embroidery worked erty doos not Impel her to onter the Hats that tho perpetrator could not havo takes place every year at the royal pal- - upon it. It gains value. for she spends 100.000 francs a year; been In her right mind nt tho time. At the bottom of the skirt are about and sho Ih said to be all but devoid cf Tho Belgian caso, that of Mmo. fifty or sixty rows of little squares artistic talont. who wns convicted of secretly worked In rod, blue, gold and silver Sho ranks as one whose presonco at administering poison to several thread, and presenting the appearance public events Is duly chronicled In tho who were guests In her houeo and of a mosaic floor. The waist is cut In public prints. After the mimes of tho whoso Uvea alio had Insured, is of rerather the stylo of an Eton Jacket, and peoplo of society mentioned as attendcent date. It lasted a lonjr time, and is so profusely covered with beautiful k ing tho opera, races, or theater, tho patho crime was brought homo to her. designs In embroidery that tho originpers noto the presonco among the o Bho was sentenced to death. Sho subal material Is quite concealed. Someof Mile. d'Alencon. Sho haa sequently appealed, the nppeal was times this Jacket Is of red velvet, cov numbcrod among her admirers memand the sentcuco confirmed. Ilut ered with gold lace, tho material used bers of nobility nnd ono scion of a houmi Innsmuch as capital punishment has indicating the means of the wearer. whoso hlBtory dates back to Charlo- practically ceased to exist In Belgium, The amount of work put on ono of mngne, was packed away to China to tho scntonco wbb commuted to Imthese bridal costumes by the peasant HARRIET PARkiiR. brenk off his Infatuation for her. Ho prisonment for llfo. I might mention glrJs is almost endless, and when there stained died that slnco capital punishment has been found nt bassinette baby carrlago was ishly there, nnd sho mourned him garIN COSTUME, aro Beveral daughters In ono family It SL John's wood, a short disbeforoall Paris. abolished iu that country that crime tance becomes a serious drain upon the time from tho sccno of the murdor. d'Alencou's photograph has don thnt the modern Babylon was send has materially diminished. Ing yoing girls to Belgium at the and resources of tho household, servAb one of the brass nuta belonging to been In the shop wludows of Paris for Curious to relate, tho crimo of poisoning to keep tho girls' fingers busy durIt wns picked up nenr tho spot whore several years. She was flra. heard of King's Instigation. This Is tho King ing often becomes of an epidemic ing their evenings and spare hours fot tho body was found, tho police came somo half dozen years ago at the Cirquo who declared that no blood should bo Our French history tells us of to tho many a year. conclusion that the body Lad been d'Kto In tho Champs IMysoes. whero sho shed In his kingdom If ho could help tho caso of a Mmo. do Drlnvlllors who By their 16th year the wedding dresf removed hither In the baby carriage, exhibited some trained rabbits. Tho It, nnd who worked to havo capital committed n horrlblo series of crlmoH a abolished In Belgium. The Is usually completed, and as Eastei conclusion which ultimately provod story goes that sho had worked In a proby cret poisoning, tho details of which King's mother was French. He Is a week approaches all other work Is put woro published, and many renders correct. Ttho doconsed was Identified vincial hotol, where a wealthy man grandson of tho Queen of Louis Philaside and the girls prepare for the as Phebo Hogg, the wife of Frank her. Sho wns not beautiful, but formod tho Idea of doing likewise. It ippe, and he Is a nephew of Queen Vicgreat feast, to which they havo been sc was aftor hor execution and contention Hogg, n furniture dealer. Sho left her she was pretty, and her flguro was at- toria. His long beard A LITTLE MAIDEN OF ATHENS. and hair aro long looking forward. At this time of guilt that tho maula for poUonlug homo with her baby, nn only child, tractive. He brought her to Paris, and nenrly white. About n year ago ho ace, towards the end of November. This every village In Grceco presents the aged clgnteon months. When Clara disappeared from his country house ball Is a rod letter event In their lives, of a great picnic ground. All Hogg, the Identified the nnd wi not found for ten days, mes for ihen. for the first time, they are al the shops are closed, and on body nt the mortuary she was cverj d sages of State meanwhile being re- lowed to dance with older boys, and corner are seen boys by Mrs Penrcey. the murderers, and disabled men turned to the Minister from tho var- even with the fine officers who come soiling sweetmeats. About 2 o'clock In who treated tho wholo mntter with Inious points at which they had sought there, with swords and rattling spurs the afternoon crowds begin to gather difference nnd actually whistled over him. Finally he was found In Geneva. and bright uniforms, and do not scorn families coming from miles corpso and conducted herself In tho around, Radical and Socialist newspapers said to lead these llttlo ladles out on the from all the neighboring towns, puch a strange manner thnt suspicion and that the King might at least subordin- floor for a waltz or polka. often from Athens Itself. immediately polntod to her, and she ate his pergonal affairs to State InterA very pretty picture they make, at Then a little later, the young girls, was forthwith arretted. Tho body of ests sunic'ently to allow his Ministers this court ball, these proud little maidthe child was subsequently found. to comn'iinloato with him. ens all dressed In white, with their The magisterial Investigations disThero vas one great secret about long, black curls tied with ribbon closed, startling facts as to tho relaLeopold II. that will not be known un- - jA;ter their first appearance they go to tions between Mrs. Pcarcey and the til he dies. It is supposed to be con- this ball every year, until they become husband of the deceased, and tho wonected with affairs or State Two years grown up young ladles, or havo found man v8 committed to take her trial. ago, not long af'rr the adoption of the husbands for themselves, as somo of Tho cool barbarity shown previous to new Constitution In Belgium, ho hand- them do before they are grown up. and subecquont to the deed led many ed to his Minister a sealed letter to bo Very strict Is the watch kept over to believe that Mrs. Pcarcey was suffdeposited in tho State archives with these maids of Athens by their mara-tnn- s ering from mental drrangoment. tho rethe original copy of tho new Constituand chaperons and governesses, sult of repeated attacks of epilepsy, astion, a Ml not to be opened until ho who rarely allow them out of their sociated with distinct predisposition to v dies. " Jlght And yet In a quiet way they tnat complaint. The domonnor of tho I "opold's present King charmer Is manage to carry on flirtations with licensed presented n curious psychosaid to be the heroine of tho wild es- their boy admirers, Just as girls do logical study throughout tho trial and capade at the students' ball In Paris j everywhere. MLLE. d'ALENCON. In the hot afternoons af-- I MME. JONIAUX. It was Impossible to lainglno that this as a pretext Installed her as .ho cx....-ito- r two years ago, when even Paris was tcr lessons are over, they sit on the among women commencod connnd quiet, composed woman, evidently, of performing rabbits at tho Bum- shocked The woman chosen for Queen :ool balconies In front of their houses. tinued for some time In Franco. This was not confined to Frnnce, however, however, of a weak sense of moral re- mer circus. Sho appeared in bloomers was on that occasion carried nround at least they aro tho coolest places to sponsibility, could hnvo becomo so be- nnd put the rabbits through somo or the tho hnll clad only In a scarf of gauze, but spread to other countries. bo found, and many are the demure or old tricks of performing dogs. Thoy nnd members of the Social Purity tender glances they cast, taking Harriet Parker was another mur- reft of all tense of shnmo as to bo their League who were present had her and of all feeling of repontano or bowed and rolled over. Tho deress executed In Newgate. Sho mur- rabbits somo dark eyes off remorse. others prosecuted for offending tho flno lads Intheir embroidery, upon wero voted very Intelligent. dered her two children. Thoy wero tho Not so military uniform, who The plea of Insanity failed to be es- Mile. d'Alencon. She was put down as public decency. Tho accused were children of a man with whom sho lived, POSING FOR "FAITH never fall to stroll the promenade at and whero tho act was perpetrated sho tablished. This wns perhaps ow'ng to very stupid. Hut sho did not hide her fined. that hour. had been subject to tho greatest provo- - tho fact that tho ls3uo wns not nlsod light or bury her talent: ehe woro and radiant with happiAnd again, when wnlking with their bright-eye- d LOST DAUGHTER FOUND. cation, which drove her into u condi at the trial, but after the conviction. bloomora. Sho hnd come to Paris poor, governesses In tho exposition grounds ness, como forth, dressed for the first Is dono In England great but tn a Bhort time sho tion or rrcnzlcd Jealotm decoration. When this had horses and avargo iriiltociittun KlniU Hit After a they aro ofton followed at a discreet dis time In the gown which Is at once their Hor lover, who had deserted her for difficulties In the proper Investigation carrlagos, and hotels,, and sho drove In Lonjt Sotrcli ' tance by ardent young swains, who pride and tholr fortuno, with their another woman, boasted to hor of Ills of tho matter aro placed In tv,i way by the Hols with tho rest of Pnrls. Sho Twelve yoars ago George Whltccot-tou'- s take advantage sometimes of a govern- shapely arms flashing with bangles, courngo so to do, nnd while suffering was still called stupid, but she was fashdaughter was kid- - ess' good nature or preoccupation to while on the bodices hang all their from tho effects of her Jealous fit sho ionable and sho had admirers and slip a note into the fair one's hand, or worldly wealth In the form of gold and tnurdored her two children. Sho was wanted more. She danced at tho Folios silver coins. This Is probably the last a few words Into her ear. 2 ''JPZ.-- . iTRexecuted. and nt tho Champs Elysces, not of neAs mny bo Imagined, this severe re- time they will be seen on this occasion Tho next woman to suffer capital cessity but for exploitation. straint exercised over Greek girls leads without the little silver helmet worn punishment nt Ncwgato waa Martha Tho most notorious of hor conquests often to unfortunate results, not only by all married women, for In the dancDrowning. She murdered an old woman was tho young Due d'Uzcs. bou of the In the wny of divorces, like the case I ing that succeeds there Is very little for tho yaluo of a 5 noto. Having got old duchesso of than ancient line who Just mentioned, but in willful acts and doubt that some comely Greek peasant Bossesslon of tho noto sho discovered did so much for General Uoulanger., elopements. I remember an Incident of will And In each of these young girls that It was a "flash" and valueless. Tho Due d'Uzcs was popularly reported the brldo of his heart, and when she The cr!aio was confessed, but tho to havo spent 2,000,000 francs on her dances to tho music of the feast of .. .wstmn.. ttlnnrlntl nn( rrill.. .1. when, n couple of years ago, he wa3 the following year she will take of tho trjnl. Sho Bent to Tonquln to bo away from her. her deep her place among tho matrons. affection for hor victim. A petition Ho died thero nnd when tho nows of was got up, but of no avail. his death reached Paris Mile. d'Alencon A murder In Englr.ud which caused Natcre'd llrvernce In Krntnoky. went Into mourning and contributed much sensation from its atrocity was Tho weary teetotahr, riding along a to the sensntlons of the S-Jl- t that of O'Connor, perpotratcd by Mr. dusty, white-hturnpike in Kentucky, capital by driving through tho Bols do p and MrB. Mnnnlng. In this case thero ?nmo to a farmhouse with a Doulogno with her carriage and harness wjui evidently a certain deficiency In the front yard and a man sitting In heavily draped. At her throat she wore in tho structure of tho Individual mind tho shade by the gate. a bouquet of violets tho French iwd nature. O'Connor waa murdered "Good day," saluted tho traveler. mourning flower nnd great bunches of Vrutally by Mrs. Manning nnd lny "Can I bo accommodated with a drink them wero fastened to tho headstalls groaning at tho edgo of tho very gravo here? I am very thirsty." of the horses. "Certainly," was the hospitable rethe two had dug for him. Some of thn MRS. PEAItCEY. Another youth who succumbed to MRS. BUTCHER, sponse. "What would you like to expressions made uso of by Mrs. g tha government authorities. Mrs. d'Alencon Is Max Lcbaudy, about 21 nnppcd wHlle living in IndtanapoJtt. havo7" show her natural deficiency. Pearcey mot her fate. On approaching years old, now serving In tho army. Tho child was stolen by a family by "Thero would bo no moro harm in the scaffold sho remarked: "My sen- His family fortuno is Immense, "Nature's bevernge, of course," retho tho namo of Surbcr. They took her to shooting him," said sho, "than In shoot- tence li a just ono, but a good deal of Lebaudya having attained great plied the traveler somewhat shocked wealth Richmond, where they used Influences ing a dog." Alluding to O'Connor's evldenco against me Is false." "All right." Bald tho native, taking In tho sugar business. It Is said that over her nnd told her that her parents a bottle of corn Juice from his pocket dying momenta, Mrs. Manning said: In this caso I had no opportunity of tho young man not long ngo got leavo Sho ran and handing It over. "There's about "Ho moaned a good deal, and as I never making a personal examination of thn of absence nnd hastened to Trouvillo, woro dead.years ago away from them and thrco entered the family a pint In there and plenty more In the liked him, bo I battered in his okull accused from tho fact that the inquiry wnoro his charmer was dancing, Help yourself." Chicago house. with a ripping chisel." After tho mur- into her sanity was conducted with whevo he mado llfo worth scolng, nnd of James Butcher, at Irvlngton, aa a until domestic. Sho was thus engaged w;hen Chronicle. der so llttlo senso had Mrs. Manning cf scaled doors and the prisoner was not tho army authorities noticed it and re- tho son, u wealthy commission man, what'she had dono or of tho pangs of a represented. I consider that this sys- voked his leave. married her, Mr. Whltccotton, now a violent death which her victim had en- tem Is In overy way unfair, aa the prisA Theory of n llroken Devil. Emlllenno d'Alencon Is known out- well known contractor of Anderson, ATHENS GIRL POSING FOR 'HOPE. dured that she said: "I think no moro oner's expert should nlways bo present side of Frnnce, as she has been In Rus- Ind found his daughter The story goes that when tho devil last week by this sort that happened In of what I havo dono than if I had shot at tho final consultation. a Greek was cast out of heaven ho fell to earth sia and Belgium, among other place?, accident. family where there were two dauch- - and broke Into several pieces. His head the cat on tho wall." Tho frequent apFORBES WINSLOW. nnd there are peoplo In New York who peals which Mrs. Manning made to tho A clerk In a Vienna bank Inhaled .ers, the one a great beauty, the other rolled Into Spain, his heart Into ItaJy, personally or through friends know Deity arc commonly observed amongst A thIrteon-year-o!- d girl in Grand much of her. It Is said that sho and microbes from bank notes, and thus con- - julto plain. A young English diplomat his stomach Into Germany and his feet murderers when declaring their inno- Rapids, M.'cl' . ulrepi from twenty to Liana df Pougy aro the best known wo- - tracted a fatal attack of tuberculosis, 'ell In love with the 'handsome Bister, Into Francs. This Is why, snya the lecence. twenty-thre- e every day. Sho Is mop i thilr class In Paris. Do Pougy It was his habit, whllo counting his nd knowing that her marriago had al- gend, the Spaniards are so haughty, the . tr.Te was a murready been Not very 1$ someone Italians so amorous, the ' Is a aroused n , drowsily takea "P at thn Folles Berepra nnd i money, to moisten his Oncers with his else, be hit arranged for with plan for gluttonnng and the FrenchGermans so upon an unusual der, tho Le. of which stands her food r so fond t ,leep again. j betwcob her and Otero lUa., haa becc ( H?e. ttJalng his pur sc. Ho procured a runntiig "er women. -- Chips. It vaa tried at tho Contrnl Criminal court In London. Tho prisoner was KINO OF THE BEUQIANS KEEPS UF THE PACE. charged with tho murder of Mrs. Hogg. ino victim was stunned nnd subseUi rorhri Wlmltm f KiiRlund Write VlHlti to London, Vtitlt nnit Ilerlln of tho llloo.ly Dreiln of WoininUlnit quently tho body wnH cut to pieces anil Illi placed In a baby carriage. Tho body (leneriillj- Attri.il il !) tr v:K:ilit n Solrntlllo DtuiKlpulut Throe waB cut down to the vertebral coiumu, Ofjclrs Han IJilniJ- rtucoiiiu inrulii.tlod Nolo I Cnp. nnd the splashing of tho wnlU by tho with mii Actrnt. blood Indicated tho brutality of tho EXPERIENCE murder. Y SAID TO OE MORE BRUTAL DESIQN THAN MAN. tm - - m s I 1 capital con-Uie- 1 Leo-Dbl- d them-solvo- s, ejSfff t . erence between de Pougy nnd Otere la that whllo Otero thrusts her famous Jewels before tho public nt every opportunity, Do Pougy never wears any, although she has as many as Otero. Tho two dancers on ono occasion found thempclves together n Monte Car' t1 both were bllle to appear on th ;e on ho same ovonlng. Otoro came on moro gorgeous than ever, with diamonds rilhleS. anil SJin1lll-A- Mnvfnir r.n . u.iuo u.. p"r orenst, which they completer cov ered.. When r Pnner nponnml thero followed on th maid, whom sho hs'1 lonrtwi down with her own magnlfn! Jfv. it as Oloro li9d worn ' t,rr neck and brewt The dletlnctlvflv Parisian coup t the hit of the night. Parisians in America my that If It bo true tlmt King Leopold hns formed a connection with d'AleMvtt he met her in ono of the restaurant where the gay of Paris go to sup. rather than at the FollPH.rfc.iKPre 'iho King frequently makes ixctir-ion- s to London and the citlos o', the Continent, and some of hlH cxwos oa these occbsIobb hae caiiel talk. It his been aild that rnme of thoni ended In London police courts, and aBtory wus once circulated In Lon. a a grat deal of rivalry- - A marked diff- MAIDS ENTER 0b1 ATHENS. SOCIETY EARLY MARRY YOUNO. r ,arso box fitted h w,th cnBhiow ana i'uich Ior veniuation, placed a quantity oi food Inside, and then concealed It AND nnr the clrl's ho.'ie. havtnr? nrcvlous- ' At Nlnp nnd Ten Tliej SlnheTln-lFirst Ain-nraiicIn Knelpfy A Mxtont .MairlHK" I Almoit InorltutJle Soma o 1'retljr I'ictiirr. !t (- vr K&faL '3 , li-- -if w 'v given orders to a c1 i rnlssary to carry it to tho address Ind.oated. Tno plain sister was In the secret and wa3 to at In the escape. At the last moment, howevrr. the courage of the beautiful one failed, and no argument could Induce hpr to go. Heis was a crUK indeed, and, not wishing i; o PNpec ,., lover t0 be d8. appoints and hay a fancy for him horsolf, the other ei, tr lay down in tha box Which was forthwith nnllort nn nnrt shipped to Its dpsiiiailon, whero It araa-s-- w-- VZtt Ti-Wttj- m -- . tor-rlb- ly x, lola-Uv- cs deml-mond- 4mm char-acto- r. null pun-Ishmo- nt no-tlc- slstcr-ln-la- accom-psnlo- ritfjjjf "nrr I I J ;l J?&?S35S iu Me-ga- ra - evcr-aucceodl- M ot well-swee- 'VffjjPfT Man-,nln- ! 'n -- -' '- -- I I 1 s'tei'a.- ,uffrWFl )C" MIMli Wafll mii SEMI-WEEK- LY 4 'jii nr.i fwfiyniHywyf"" y. m .in. f nwiil Hi in M4 y itiwi J HI UM "i'.ilj,1-- ;m't,i V i.i iM'm,, SUPPLEMENT TO THE SMALL CIIAXUU. 11 INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KYi BUGS. WORMS AM) PRICES, SILVER AS A WAMPUM CURRENCY. UOW DEPRECIATIOX WOULD WORK. FERTILIZER. h ti k fncl that in tho Ridiculous Attempts of New Netherlands Law Makers to Prevent where tho larpest number of St vies Depreciation Lesson for Popuskilled workingracn nro employed nt lists Who Hcivo Drought tho "Bo tho lushest wngos, tho ngitatioa for It Knnctotl" B'nrco Up to Date'. Itco bilver mot with no response Attempts wcio mado by a few Tho lossou to bo learned from "labor lender.-- to create n sentiment tho uso of wampum (ilso called in favor of freo coinage, but in every wampumpeag or' peag), tho earlicflso their efforts wero frnitloss. est money used in this country, cover praotically ovory phaso of tho 16 to 1 silver question now disturbing of tho farmers of tho Tbnt many millions of minds of honest votors. United States nro comparatively poor Wampum was tho ourrency in uso is beyond question. Hundroda of among tho moro oivilizod Indians thousands of mon aro trying to got a found on tho coasts of Long Island living out of inferior soil and aro suf- Sound by confering from tho competition of others sisted of onr first settlors. It mado either whito beads, cultivating mora fcrtilo lands. who are from tho ouds of n poriwinklo shell, or Under these circumstances tho returns black bcade, mado from clam shells, of tho former olass aro for tho labor and after being poliBhea artistically, very small, and there is naturally a belts. Ono welcome any now promiso arranged in strings or whito beads. to black was worth two of relief from a oondition which is only had real value Thoso to bo in bodio way or other duo among beads not tho Indians, but in thoir to tho action or noglectof tho Governllfo mado a perfect curroucy and ment. gavo evidence of tho Buporiority of theso particular Indians. Wamearly adopted by was To theso mon, ignorant of tho real pum soon nnd colonists tho causes of their poverty, but dimly In n tho nrovniliuK currency. feeling that tho ovils of whioh thoy fow years "Smart Alecks" among tho complained might bo curod by laws of sonio kind, came tho demagogic agents whites began to counterfeit wampum of tho silvor raino owners; the choap by letiviug tho beads unpolished or politicians seeking tho spoils of office ; unpiorccd or by making them of bone, and tho enthusiast who wus horn, class ami ovou of wood. Both bo(uro that tho ills of poverty would causo of this depreciation and the need quickly disappear if only the country of the colonists for better money, wam aw was supplied with more and ohcapcr pum lost its plaeo ns monoy in tho dif -, ., - r . $,.,. arTrt q2? . wrJmoney. Glowing word pictures wero forest colonics between tho years '650 longor in uso painted of wealth in abundanoo for and 1700. It continuod all, as soon ns a freo coinago law in Now Amsterdam (Hudson River ' I I would bo adopted and tho mints not to Valley, including Now Jersey and Long it work grinding out a grist of silver Inland) thau in other colonies, anaefThe Soutb'i Worit Enemy. COST OP BAD 310XET dollars. No promiso was too cxtravu-gan- t is to tho stronnous but humorous colony for tho men who talkod of riches forts of tho lawmakers of this we now "I know of no moro offcotivo way of Falls on Wajjo Karncrs Ilcciuise crippling tho South nnd its industries without working for them, and in lit- to prevent the inevitable that attention. Prices niso KnstcrThun Wugcs. erature and spoeches cunningly com- wish to coll cspeoialRosendale, than for our pcoplo to clamor for tho of AlMr. Simon W. s and wholo falseposed of Mr. Edward Atkinson has contribu- paymont of debts already contracted recently pubhoods, h vision of unbounded prosper bany, New York, has ted to Harper's Weekly an article ex- and hereafter to bo contracted in deity was coniurod up boforo each. lished "Tho Involution of wampum as hibiting tho eftcct of a depreciated preciated silver dollars." Hon. Hilontiro-lCurroucy." It consists almost farmer's oyos. currency upon tho working classes and ary A. Herbert. of "Ordinances of tho Director and people of small means. It consists of rogulat-inConucil of Now Netherlands from tho experionco of tho tho Ourrency of Wampum." Tho deductions Bat Boon thero oamo serious doubts Ono Thousand Dollars Ren aril. country during tho paper money --- .. and questionings. Tho advocates of first (in 1611) begins : regime. - Tho firBt thing shown is tho If tho National Democratio party "Whereas, Very bad wampum is at sound money spread abroad litoraturo fact well known to all who romorabor wero to offer a roward of 81000 for a in whioh tho freo silvor doctrine was present circulated here, and payment that period, or havo familiarized thorn-solv- freo silver Democrat who ever got up as Is mado in nothing but rough, unridiculed as absurd, or denounocd with it, that wages did not riso boforo an audienco nnd aborted that dangerous. It was pointed out that polished a'tuff, which is brought hith- bo promptly as tho prices of commodi- prices would nover bo higher until could er from places where it is 50 por cent, merely cheapening the currency wo do therefore, ties. Tho averago for seven years tho froo coinago of silver wai not increase- the wealth of tho coun cheaper legal ho could hardly bo found. Now tho public good, interdict 'and for after tho introduction of tho try, nnd that changing silver bullion for tender notes shows an inorcaso of thoy all deny it, from tho least of them to receive into coins would not mako it easier bid all porsons wages of 35.9 per cent, and an iuereoso to tho greatest. Bockdnlu Baunor. for farmers tT get mofo" of it. Tho in payment or to pay out, any unpol-isho- d in general priuos of 71 por cont. This uoxt month wampum during tho evil effoots of tampering with tho amounts to much tho same thing as n A Spent dale. moasuro of values on which the wholo ofMay.oxceptatfivoforono stiver (ono reduction of nearly d in wages. business interests of tho country rest- English penny), andjthat strung, and Tho froo silver agitation seems to bo No fact ia better understood by nil ed woro clearly shown, and tho results then, alter that, six beads for ono who havo oven a slight acquaintance dwindling to n spout force. On nil Tho well polished wamof a policy whioh would causo another stiver. sides can now bo seon evidonco of language. pum shall remain at its price as with financial history than that wages popular sontimeut based ou sound flnauoial panic given in plain advance less rapidly than prices, and Tho men who hod blindly swallowed before, to wit: Pour for ono stiver, legislation which reduces tho purchas- sense nnd pledged to sound monoy. tho freo coinage mjxtnro became provided it bo strung." falls Tho cry for "moro money" that reIn 1617 a rosolutiou permitting ing power of monoy thorcforo popu- sounded throughout tho early spring alarmed. They began to ask: "Is s of tho heavily upon it not possible that wo aro mistaken? loose wampum to oitculatc,but and summer is now a moro whisper, that all imperfect beads lation. At a Inter period wages rose, and Will froo Bilver really do what wo havo reasoning is on exthat was when tho paper dollar beon told about it? Have we beon should bo accepted only ns bullion, but "appreciating" in valuo according hibition whero but h littlo while ago was doluded by tho cheap noncy advo- was passed. stood the spectro of financial folly, ou, lo&u, owing to de to the common phrase. Tho silver Washington Star. questOnfMay cates?" The answers to theso cheap monoy men cannot bo tions settled tho freo coinage agitation preciation, it was solemnly declared and other to understand this, but it is to that 'henceforward no moro looso expoctcd in so far as it eerjonsly threatened Poor Man Always (Jets Left. bo tho controlling political issue. wampum shall bo curront or good pay tho fact. allowing for tho increased After Q. Tho free ooiungc men suy freo Once tho farmers refused to accept unless it bo strung on u cord." Nevertaxation to which tho Government was silver would benefit tho poor mau tho silver gospel on faith, tho causo of, theless "to establish somo differeuco obligod to resort, Mr. Atkinson conmoro thnuit would the capitalist? ' between tho commercial wampum tho Bilyeriteg was lost, u dollars a cludes A. That isn't so. If property goes and strung wampum, so as in futuro year forthat about billion 1869, was sovon years, 1862 to up in price the miiu having most of it avoid ail .misunderstanding," every to litthe many who hvo on tho man IiHIo Teo Wee. pne; under penalty of confiscation of transferred from who live on profits by will bouotlt most, littlo, and havingmau tho tlo will beuotit businoss, was commanded wages to tho few his trado or purchasing powor all. not beuotit to accept six whito or threo black this reduction in the this perfectly well having nothing will silvor ns ofat any is or eight whito and four of tho dollar. It of a roduction in tho Tho samo is truo of commercial effect might not black of "poor strung wampum" for established upon wago receivers that othor property. But it would somo money unit hurt them as bud as it one stiver. tho clamor of portions of tho capitalists. Merchant. On September 11, 1850, it was de- makes working classes in this country for the their previous ordinanoo Bilvor clared that instead of tho gold dollar inTho (Jlnnt .Masculine Intellect. was not being observed or oboyed. comprehensible. Tho working classes Mr. Wickwire- - "Explniu the silver 3, 1657, tho good CounOn January know hotter than this; in cil again regretted tho "intolerable of Europe thoy havo openly opposed question? Certainly, my dear. It really resolves itself into two proposiall sorts of commodities Germany doarness of uttack upon tho gold standard ; and housohold Btippjies, the prices of nuyboth England and Germany tho sil- tions. One crowd want tho man who which aro onhanoed from time to time, in men, who aro the only international owes a dollar to piiy two dollurs, and tho other thinkH ho ought to only pny principally, among other causos, in ver are nobles and great fifty oonts." conscquonco of tho high price of bimotalists, "But why shouldn't , Mrs. Wickwire beaver and othor peltries in this counMr. Atkinson also figuros reasona- thoy make it so that ho who owes n the value, which, by rea- try beyond bly onongh that the cost of tho war sou of tho great auuuaanoo oi wam- was iucrcasod a billion dollars by tho dollar pays n dollar?" Little Tee Wee, Mr. Wickwiro "Becauso in that advanced to ten, oloven and pum, is Ho went to sea depreciation of tho dollar, nnd tho intwelvo guilders for onoboaver; and terest upon that increased coat ha3 caso no one would mako any extra In an opoa bont; And while afloat monov. And still tho womou think wampum being for want of silver and amounted to a billion dollars. Proba Tho boat bended. gold coin as yet tuo most gonorai anu bly bjth of theso estimates nro too they know something of tho soioneo My story' ended. of Govornmout. You make mo tired. " common curronoy between man and low. Tho purchases of tho GovernIndianapolis Journal. man." Trices were again fixod firmly ment wero especially large at the time o tanners' Significant Yotj. under heavy penalties and tho doprociated. when tho dollar wae most fouchlnir Slhcrltcs on the Raw. was published publicly. Tho annual convention of tho AmerMr. Atkinson give his reasons for 1658, we find tho beIn November, ican Bankers' Association, which Tho Baltimoro Nows touchos the believing that for a term of years tho gan in Atlanta yesterday, will, of Counoil nguin "kicking itself" depreciation of tho greonback amount- freo Hilvcritos on tho raw when it says: defiunce or all its former ordieourec, have National interest, and "Tho riso in tho prioo of cotton is ed to a tax of forty dollars upon ovory possibly importance. But so far as tho nances, wampum had further declined. man, woman and child, or 8120 annu- n bomowhat disheartening faot for tho silver prophets who v?ar saying somo silver question is concerned the bank- Prices of "the most necessary articles, ally upon every bread winner. bocaujo ers can hope to say nothing more such nB bread, beer aud wine," wore He is quito justified in suggesting timo ngo that cotton was low foroiblo than was said by tho formers once moro solomn'y and unalterably that tho foundations or many of the silvor was low ; that thero could bo no assembled in National congress in the fixed in silver, beaver uud wampum. great fortunes thui now worry tho riso of cottou until silver rose, uud Three guilders in silver. Bamo city on Monday last, when they wore laid that silver could not riso until wo had guilders in Populists and tho Socialists curronoy freo und unlimited coinage. f Thoso Four aud votoddowna 16 to 1 froo coinago resby tho depreciation oi tuo for olution by a majority of 147, and beaver. and tho transfer to wiso mon now stand nonplussed, adin tho war .period Six guilders in wampum. cotton has gone up nnd is steadily clinched their aotion later in tho day profits of an immenso amount of the In spite of tho good intcntious of National production whioh would vancing nnd bar silver is quototl lower by rejootiug u resolution in opposition to the further issue of bonds. Phila- tho Director and Council uud of thoir otherwise havo gono to wagos. Yet lmn it tvnu ivlw.il nnttnn tvn) fi vn nnntH. sovero laws, thoy declared, on'Decem-be- r theso Populists and Socialists aro de- Tho least logical mind must recognize delphia Record. 28, 1662, that wampum had termined to bring about another nnd Irom tuoso lacts mat snver noes uoi "to tho degree that 'JO, yea, a muoh moro sudden depreciation of rogulato tho prico of cotton; yet it "Uncle Sam's White Elephant. oven by 6omo21, guilders, are now ormoney unit. Now York Journal may bo that thoro will still bo Bilver Mr. Carlisle in his Boston speech dinarily paid for one beaver." Never- thoCommerce. men who will fiud a way to make their showed that sinco resumption wo havo theless thoy proceeded to fix ratios and of theory fit." paid S331.000.000 in ordor to keep prices in a way that would do credit Pestiferous Intermeddling. our $346,000,000 of greenbacks in to a modern "pop" convention. Xot on This Planet. Tho advocates of freo silver are When they shall bo recirculation. It did not dawn upon the'miuds of, pressing for legislation to compel tho silver A champion of tho fifty-cedeemed they will have cost $677,000,-00our forefathers, who where then pass- accoptanoe of silver, not by thoso who dollar in this oity (The Amcrioan) Aro wo net paying dearly for ing through tho economio stago of' for is It civilization still on in Arkansaw and do want it byno lawwho necessarywant says: n "In tho silver-usin- sells countries, the legal tender exporiniont? for a doldo not where busholof wheat thoso that but added vastly to tho expense of putting Mississippi, that wampnm was to pay was be- it ; and this at the importunity, not of lar, tho wheat grower c:tu atlbrd is likoly to value because it down tho robcllion, and thoso who prefor Bilver, but of thoso more dollurs to tho farm hand than iu prove as burdeusomo during peaco as ing produced moro and more cheaply who, having it, or thinking thoy can a country where hogeU fifty oonts or during war. and becousoit w3 becoming, as comit cheaply, wish to bo enablod loss." It would bo interesting to Ieurn pared with boaver nnd silver, a poor procuroto forco ft upon others who whero is to bo found that happy laud ly law for standard of value, unfitted OuIt a Tree Silver Soliloqur. it nor want it. This of silver whero a bushel of wheat sells in tho growing and trading noithorto havotho most postiforous in- for .i dollur. an'l whero tho wheat mo to stay scorns An exohaugo publishes a long arti- colonies. They thought termeddling poasiblo. Hon. John 'grower can afford to pay so much moro cle entitlod "How It Feels to Die." natural with artificial laws. to a farm hand than in tuu gold counWe have not read it, but prosumo it silver for DeWitt Warnor. Wo have but to substitute tries. Is it Mexico, or China, or Intho free silver moveis a soliloquy of wampum and gold for beaver and we ono of thoso Opinion of a Philosopher. dia, or Japan? ment. Atlanta JournaL farce up bring tho Nod "I don't ndzaotly know countries, possibly it is tho WonderUndo to dato. in her d all tie vantages of free silver, but if land which littlo Alioo found moon. and d All of tho Mills is tho last prominent Senator 'free, whut moro does I wanter travola ; or it may be iu tho statesmen that over assembled it's man to loavo tho sinking silver ship. An' dat word 'onlimitod' hit Certainly it is not to bo found anyand Blackburn aro still loft, cannot, for any great length of time, know?plenty for ever'body, an' plenty where on this planet. Philadelphia But Pctfcr unpopular moan and moan to stay on tho burning deck, force a depreciated and country. Record. to spRro!" Tho Gtld Bug. currenoy upon a civilized Ihcin have lied.. after til bat is n significant d i? n i?3fesilKl ir " dis-posit- bo-liov- Bim-pl- o be-ca- ono-ide- n r - 'irv mm m j- h A ..?. SppB3igriC - half-trath- y g es - one-thir- nine-tenth- well-found- ''. laud-owner- s. ordi-nuuc- one-hal- depre-cinto- d 1,060,770 bales, nnd I roraembor it was confidently predicted that no such crop would ever bo mado with freo Inlior. Tho crop of 1872 was Ioha than 3,000,000 bales, nnd wo gradually increased it to n littlo lost than 10,000,-00- 0 ludin, Egypt and bales in 1801. Dlekt'ty, tllotiT), tlnru, Bmzil are also raising larger crops of Ttie pU nuv up I" ttiu ulr; crop of 1801 cotton. Tho immenso Thu man In bmirn Moon brought Idm ilovrrt. was thrown upon a market illy preHickory i UloVery, dnrw. pared to rceoivo it. "Por three years thero had beon less MENACE, AX cotton goods consumed than owing to tho world wide pnnio nnd deA furthor dnugor n tho pression of husiues followiug tho Baring failure, nnd thes two condilueunco lost tho Government should bo compelled, uudor groat tions meeting, overproduction and cotton HtresM, to rofusu to pay its obligations brought down to u very low price. Somo of tho in gold, owing to tho oxposod condiPopulists toll us thero cannot be over- tion iu which it is placed by uuwiso production until ovory man, woman legislation. It is a uontinuul souroo nud child in tho world has a rotund of nnxioty to tho country lest thw stomach and a full suit of clothes. great financial rovorsos como as tho This is bosod upon tho communistic result of aii enforced rodomption of n idea that it is the duty or Government largo sum of Treasury notes. Investo tnko caro of every loafer who is too tors nud business mon, nt homo nud lazy to work for a living, aud is too abrond, watch this baromoter of tho contemptible to waste an uusworupou." gold rusorvo, nnd tho koonest uucer-tniutprevails whonover tho balnuoo of trado turn i against us. Tho marIIdIIi ou 'the Right Road. kets for cotton, wheat und securities Tho freo silvor Democrats in Ohio nro iutluonced by tho slightest indicawho refuse to vote for houu;1 mouey tions of ovou u moderate withdrawal nnniinuu.s for tho Locisltituri) may food of gold for shipmout abroad. Th fat their grudges by such a courso.but meru fact that wo nro buying moro thoy cannot atlvunoo thoir cause. Hap- than wo nro rolling nud sottliug tho pily, a Itepublicau Legislature in Ohio difierunoo in yollow ooiu ought not to is uh likoly to bo right on tho money bo u aanso for nlnrm, nor is it, but tho question as a Domocratio Legislature. fear of mnbility of tho Govornmout to Both parties in tho past havo malo uinintnin its credit is tho dominant somo bad lapses, out both uro now on source of anxiety, nud this condition tho road toward fiunucinl sense aud will continue ns long us tho situation (soundness. Tho cry for freo silver rumaina as it is nt present. Why not coinago is bcoomiug very faint and redeem them onuu for nil, either by menus of bonds or exchequer bills to fcoblo iu all pnrts of tho ootintry. If it bo paid out of futuro revenues? is considered undesirable torotirotho When tho Crops Rs?In to More. circulation, lot thu grjoubaok nnd It scorns tho way thot psoplo aot thut Sherman note bo malo tho basis for trouble's In tlm ulr, Fer all tho bl mun'a tneai loot as If they an issue of bank curronoy, us suggestlinil n scant! ed later in this paper. Hilt fnthor says It In no uso fur folks to bo so Wm. 1. Morriam, of Minnesota, at lum, Atlanta, Ootobor 10. For whon tho orornboxtuto mova To gain a hearing from sonslbla Chinch IJurs nnd Iloll Worms Arteot Prices of Wlujntnml Cotton Moro pooplo who are not nttractod by tho moro idea of poor monoy and moro of Than Docs Gold ami Silver. most it, tho silverito orators and press pro-diOno of tho wittiest ns woll ns a groat increase- of prosperity sonsiblo spoeohos dolivorod nt tho at through tho "fertilizing inflnonoas" American Bankorn' Association silvor stream. In ono form or Atlanta was that of Hon. Georgo N. of tho this boliof that tho froo coin-ag- o 10. another Aldridgo, of Toxas, on Ootobor of silvor into dollars would stimHero is a part of his spoooh hi" given to tho froo 16 to 1 ulate industry, "Tho stock nrguraont of tho silvor Bohomn most of its now waning pooplo is that wheat nnd cotton But as with all othor arhavo doolinod, and thoy nooni to gloat strength. guments in favor of ohoap dollars it I know an old negro over tho fact. is tho imigination of tho who, when nskod how ho was getting only basis and flat monoy ndvooatos. silvoritos Along, always replied: 'Poorly, thank Tho origin of tho thoory that a God,' and thoy aro thankful wLon tho groat inoreaso in tho number of silver country is poorly ou whont and cotbring prosperity, is the ton. Sinco 1873 tho vast fortilo dollars would faot that whon businoss ia good, ft prairios of tho Northwost havo beon money is in circulaturnod into whont fiald, so that the largo volumo of freo coinago ndvocatos tion. But tho production of whoat in tho United mistake causo for offool. Businoss it States has beon doubled sinco thou. is plentiful, "Tho samo thing has boon going ou not good because isinonocirculation iu Tho but moro monoy Russia and South America. in trndo is brisk. Tho signs of wonderful improvements in maahitiory gonoral activifor harvesting whoat and thooxtousion busiuoss prosperity are productive inty iu all branohos of of railroads for transporting it to marof exket gave an immenso impetus to tho dustry, nnd n largo volumo Since changes of labor products. production of it. A farmer can ranko faeilitato moro monoy raising it nt titty cents monoy is merely a tool to tho exohaugo of produots, it is per bushel than ho could nt $1 that it does not slitnulato thoir por bushol twenty yenrs ngo. Tho reproduction. Tho real causa of sult has beon that tho overproduction nativity in proluoing and of wheat has reduoed its price, nnd tho commodities is InoroassJ gold standard has nothing to do with nfleot-o- d tho roduction. Its prico is regulated domaud. That domaud is notof motnl iu nuy way by tho amount by supply nnd demand. to bo ooiuol "Last Mny n littlo bug sottlod down which may happen thodoubling ofinto tho monoy, nor would on the wheat fields of the Northwest, quantity of money double tho demvul f nnd in ono or two weeks eat up of tho 16 to 1 argument on prices for goods. If it was inlendod thnt.tho BUraC and sent tho prices baok into the miuo owners would giraaw.iy all thoir Tho neighborhood of thoso of 1873. now havd old hayseeds, who know tho habits of silvor dollars to peoplo who bo n temnone, thoro would doubtless tho chiuch bug und tho kind of n mulfor porary tiplication tiiblo ho ubod in regulating goods" incrcaso in tho demand atBut no silvorito has yet the incrcaso in his family, took tho those who now trains for Chicago, commenced buying tempted to show how got somo under hnvo no monoy would wheat and broko all tho nnurt Alecks workod for Thoy may hnvo talked freo coinago unless thoy mnkos somein tho oity. it. Any ono who now gold standard depression nt home, but who can they put their monoy on tho chinch thing whioh others want, or dispose soil his labor to men who can bug in tho city and won. difficulty in has "Tho cntorpillnr nnd boll worm can of his products, Reliefnofor idlo inou 1 only getting money. do tho Kamo thing for cottou. only bo founll know tho chinch bug by ropntation, or closed factories caii for their prodiu incrcAsing uwkots but I nm personally ncquniutod with Merely changing silvor iugota these worms. Thoy are composed of ucts. into coins would not oroito n domand appctito nnd skin. Thoy do not caro Additional bushol of grain, a tinker's blessing for anybody's stan- for a siugle or nuy product of mill ud factory. tlvo cotdard, aud when thoy invado contrary tho nloption of n difton fields of tho South thoy send tho On thostan lard from that of all tho tho ferent prico of cottou up iu ovory mart of Nations would world, gold standard or no gold stan- leading commercial trado and thus reour foreign dard. Thoy havo boon doing business Instead of fertilwith us this summer aud havo movod strict our markets. silvor would scri 60 per cont. ising industry froo tho 'prico of cotton up This bug and theso worms haven't ously injure it. mauy frieude, but as sluggers iu an Callnl llnun. argumont with a 16 to 1 crauk thoy aro entitlod to tho bolt. "Cotton brought 1 a pound in Now York during tho war, 30 or 40 cents a pound tho first year after tho war, on account of tho four years' cotton fain-infrom I'Ol to 1865, nnd it was years getting dowu to its normal price. Tho prico declined when wo mado too muoh of it. Tho largest cotton crop iiui'lo with slnvo l.tbor was ot - ro-ce- nt bo-cau- so ovl-do- to-dn- y one-hal- i o sor-or- al uul, y 'Twill ', nt 0. g cur-ren- ov if-u- ot long-haire- short-witto- Frou Sllivr's ii!cal'' Dollar. Tho froo silvor men havo invontod that "ideal" dollar, of whioh it will Thay tnlk nbout the silvor craze an' skerslty reqniro only u few for wh.it wo havo of coin to buy, but of whioh wo i.tu got u And wonder If tlwr" isn't somo nnw "party" groat many tor win. wo lrivo to soil. thay kluiolnl But fathur sbz It suutns to hlni the jwople a If froo coinage doosu't reduce the g KoIpr dumb, powor and icerciso tuo Fer whon tho crom boin to mom powor of ths dollar, ouu part 'Twill of its advocates will bu duuppoiutod. Mako Things If it docs do that, others of its udvooatei Jlumt will not get what they waut ; it would turn out to bo tho worst An fathor sm tho fellara the: lias nothln' "boomerang" a sano people ovor han' oUto tn do dled. Merchant. Uut set around nn.l talk nn' talk ou things don't umno true. thu: UtO'l Tlnias (io'.UuTiuTliblrWnrk. Had bettor cot a move on them and look for "klnRdom come," The good timej uro killiug tho freo For whoa tho crops hela to tuovo silver oruzo, and tho pooplo will seo Twill Makn to it that frou silvor will not got Things ohauoo to kill tho good tiaos. KanHum! sas Oity Star. Olathe Mirror. Tiling Hum! pur-oliiHi- Mnkn debt-piyln- oor-taiul- y 4f, --: mi-Wee- kly Interior Journal Novr-MHEn Glotiiino is going at nbout cost at Shanks'. Boots and shoes in Slinnks'. Shanke'. Kreftt Get a fancy vest at Shanks, latest ngony for KHntleiiian. a first-cla- ss It is the inent young farmer and variety, at wraps, at Stanford, Ky., 28, 1895 Yoirn property should be protected policy issued by Jesso always attend them. Insure your property with Jesse D CHURCH AFFAIRS. E. C. Walton, Business Manager SrKCTACLEB at cost nt Craig & Hoclier's Wearen and you will got a policy in the Elder Mark Collla held n best ol companies.. cash store. Fit guaranteed. .' meeting in Carlisle, which brought GO .. Thanksoivinq day proitiicen to be fair souls into the fold. In centro of Don't yon need pohih knives, forks or Two good store-roonnd pleasant, gifing us an additional rea-- Mrs. Margvet F.irrell fell dead in ispoonn? Ilemmnhur ovnrythiiiK oo nt town for rent. Apply at this oflice. of son for thanksgiving and praise. A kick lino of jackets and Wcaren. stock trader and a good businessman. After their bridal . ... . ... ... r. i mur m. nun t WO0U Will Settle OH a by farm in tho mrd. Hubble section, where the D. good wihes of their many friends will Do you know our Do you know our Shoe Stock? Cloak Stock? When you pay for Leather you want ldather. Come and see our line of solid Shoes for men, boys, women and children. We sell Boots cheaper than any house in Stanford. . 5 ' two-week- ms reduced priccH. A beautiful eduction rings too. (Joino and look them over, Phesciiii'tions accurately and cheaply l'unny'a Druit and Jnwelrv Store. filled at Craig A Hocker's cash Btore. PERSONA! POINTS. nick line of fancy vestings saropleB, at Shanks'. Have you one ordered and house near tho water works. be in the swim. Suit. W. II. MAUTiNepent Heveraldaya with Ohiof Dispatcher W. F. Sheridan. Foil Sale. Our dslrablo residence on Mibh Alicb Hout, of Garrard, was tho Upper Main street. Call on or address Dr. Hughlteid. Koest of Mr. John W. Kont and family. Mil. and Mhs. W. D.Stauo, of Casey, weroRueBtaof Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Stagg. Foil Salk. Four good hoi?H nnd a Job Kmhry, who has Renulno case of pair of No. 1 sugar mulee, mnres. S. M. typhoid (over, was some worso yesterday. Owens, McKinney. Mh. II. J. McHoiiKBTfl has been conI am selling seasonable band sawed fined to his beil all week with a sovero lumber for lees money than you pay for cold. knob lumber. A. 0. Sine. a Mn. and Mm. J. II. Ykaoeii aro Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Waddla at SomNhwh comes from Iluatonville that erset. Mrs. W. L. Evans presented her Miis. W. M. KiniiY, of Luncnetpr, caino boy Monday night. with a over yesterday to visit her son, Mr. J. H. 9 tka. MIsns Clara and Ophelia Lackey Kirby. Mi:a. Joun A. Am.kn went to Danville will give u Oo'clork tea this evening in yesterday to see Mrs. W. 0. ILiney, who honor of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. W. N. Craig. .. is very 111. K.KADOur"b'g ad." in this issue. It of Nashville, is Miis. ItouKiiT J. LYl.rs, will interest yon. Every article sold visiting her sisters, tho Misses Cook, at with a strict guarautee. Danka, tho jewUtiatouvlllo. eler. Wolsky, of tho Altamont A visl-Unhin-ba- nd m m Mh. Jamks Fhvic Bud wife, of Huston ville, worn ycaterday. Mil. 0. E. Tatk went to Lobanon yeatordny to vinlt rolalivvB. Mn. It. V. Knur In morlnz to his no w - Dk. Bbndkii, the painless dentist. 1b doing n rusiiing busiiiefB nt the Myers Wbduino presents in great variety and House. Call if you want work done. in tho lowest prices at Danks, tho jeweler I have left my uccounta with W. A. Wk aro selling guns at cost to close out Tribble for collection. Pler.so call nnd our Block. Craig & Hocker's caah store. settle and save costs P. W. Green. 1'ay your taxeB this month before the six per cent. Ib added nnd your properly is advertised. T. I). Newland, Shorifl. Foil drunken and disorderly conduct WiU Bauglitnan, colored, was fined $10 and costs before Judgn Oarpon Tuesday. Wk will open today 25 new nnd stjl. iah capes. PrlceB and styles Hre correct. Come befo'e stock is broken. Severance A Son. tho genuine article at extremely low prices are now being shown by our leading jeweler, week. Danks. Thomas White, of Athens, 0 , prayA tenant house on Dix river belong- ed that ho might be made rich. The ing to Jeese Cook was burned by incen- next day he got news of tho death of a diaries yestorday morning. It wns un- - wealthy relative who leftmost of his esOCCUpied tate to him. Mr. White is now a firm believer in prayer. Thmik is nothing small about tho It presents each of its it Journal. .VKW ADVZiniHKMENTK with n f.t turkey gobbler pair ns ('a p.cture). Dainty bits of China church at Cincinnati. The moral of this story is -- well it has no moral. Eld. Joseph Severance a meeting at Dover, in Mxson county, Sunday with HO additions to the church. -- Our people may bo thankful but they will not ebow It publiely-t- hat is not In church. There will be no Thanks-givinservict-- at any of them. Ed. J. T. Sherrard will begin hlo pastorate here next Sunday and tho report is, for which we do not vouch, that ho wil bring a bride with him. Rev. S. M. Logan will prebch at the Stuart Robinson Memorial church, in Louisville Sunday and Dr. J. V. Loean, of Richmond, will fill his pulpit here Sunday morning and night. Rev. W. H. Felfx, pastor of the Firtt Baptist church at Lexington, baptized 13 persons Sunday night. Tho eldest was a man of 80, and the youngfBt a boy of 12. The revival will continue through this clo-ieg s If vou don't von shnulH mf ao quainted if vou wane tn h in th style and keep warm. Every day is special sale with us. Stoch has been replenished by recent purchases of Capes and Jackets. Do you know Our Dry Do you know Our Notion Goods Stock? Sat-teen- s, STOCK? Always new, bright and attractive It is complete with all the little goods in our dress goods stock. necessities that belong to such a Wool Dress Goods, Silks, Underwear and Hosiery, stock. Eiderdowns, Flannelettes, Gloves, Yarns, Zephyrs, Blankets Penangs. Buy your new Dress Hoods, Fascinators. Many other Goods of us. things you don't see in every notion stock. SEVERANCE & SON. -- OUR- GREAT SALE I Is now in full blast. Kentucky. The greatest opportunity ever offered in Central In-TB- iti to-da- y Somk thief who probably couldn't afInvitatio.nh have been received here ford a Tdnnkegiving turkev, robbed the soveral days. to n reception to bo given by the young businePM liunager'n coop of seven chickLincoln Aciianck to play tho gamo of "Au- ladies of Somerset, thin oveiilug, 23th, at ens Tuesdey night. U. 1) StiKc' Admlmttratoi, Pluotlff. Agaimt thors" nnd got prizes is ollered to the la- Hon. II. G. Trimble's. Jeuia I' Sup g and othtri, Defemlenti. Oun correspondents evidently confino dies in this Imuu. Notice Sale. Tins issue consists of sir pages. The their reading of this paper to their own Pursuant lo a judgmentof and order of tale of Mius. Mahhy W. Dowman nnd Mies aid Co irt, rendted at lit October term, 1895, In Virginia are up (torn Danvillo on n visit two extra ons contains some important reports, else they purposely paid uo at- the above itj ted action, the undersigned Com- information on tho money question and tention to our request for letters by yes- mlmoner will on to Mm. Forestus Held. MrrCALK, of Jessamine, other interesting matter. terday's mail. 9II1, Mm. Tiiomab Being ist d.iy of the December term of the Linarrived yesterday to visit her parent, Scalded. By the bursting of an arch-pipJudok Saoi'lky refused to grant Shel- coln County Court, bctcre the Court Jloutt door, Mr. and Mra. T. J. Foster. Brakemen A. K. Smiley and Tilden by Nunn, the slayer of Bill Best, a new In the town ol Stanford, Kjr , between the houri a enin., tell at Mb. J. A. Wrioht Is back from his Roth were badly scalded on the Cincin- trial and ho will have to take his medi- ol 9 a. m. and p.bidder, the public outcry to the hlgnetl and belt following described gagement on the railroad and is open to nati Southern at Green-rivreal pipperty, which is situated in Lincoln Countank. of appeals doesn't come ty, Ky..onthe waters of the Ha ginc Fork and cine, if the court proposals for carpentering. being the lorm which the late D. II. Stairs owned to his rescue. and upon which he resided at the time of his Mu. John IJucuasan, of tho Louis, Tub Louisville Post Bays that Judge death, bald firm it bounded generally as fsUows: ville Times, came up yceterdiiy to attend George M. Davison is a prospective canOn the Worth by To tax payers of Huetonville precinct South tT the Old the land of W. P Carter on the Peak place, on the West by the the burial of Judiio Stephen Dutch. : Old Thurmond placo and on the East by the didate for Congress in the 8th district. You will please moet mo at Hustonvilh rone, oaia and Hanging Miss Adilk Saoklby went down to "Well I'll bo d-- d," s the parrot re- Friday nud Saturday, Nov. Mr. A. K. Denny's yesterday to spend marked. BOttloyour taxes for 1893 and Bftvo inter- Farm 125 Thanksgiving with Mias Bollo Donny. est. It. M. Newland, D. 8. poles of land. The farm 3 roods, and 13 Tux appeal case of tho L. A N., which will be sold as a whole and free from the clitm if Dr. J. M. Williams, of Louisville, Tub city council appointed Messrs. T. Jesne P. Stags to dower In the land, she having rut Grover Cleveland, was was fined for extortion, Ac., in tho Marwho is as Urge waivid her ciatm to ave her dower alloted to her D. Wearen nnd A. A. In land and agreeine to take her dower interest In hero Tuesday with tho friends of his ion circuit court, was argued before the J. Foster, George money out ol the sale price of the land. The perourt of appeals by Judge J. W. Alcorn Warren n committee to supervise the as- sonal tstate being Insuthcient to par the debts of boyhood. cedent, sessor's liBts of town property. They the dfof raisingthe farm will be sold for the purMuwtui. Richard Bush, Thomas II. this week and submitted. pose a fnnd to discharge said debt and will begin their work Monday. the com cl this proceeding. over Shnnks and Jones Baoghman camo Shot. Dr. W. B. O'Bsnnon was called Terms Credit of 6, 11 and 18 months. Bond, with approved personal security required of purfrom Kentucky University to spend to Robert Harris' on Dix river Tuesday chaser, payable to the Commistoncr and having MATRIMQNIALJMATTEnS. Thanksgiving. force and effect of a judgment to cut n ball out of his wife's arm. She Thirty-fiv- e share of stock in Dinville and Crab Mrs Ciiahlih W. Kiumkh, of Louin was accidedtally shot by her step-so- n Mies Edith Rcckfeller, tho daughter Orchard niknaud right to tell the Laue Patent to spend who was carelessly playing with a pistol. of John I). Rockfeller,. was married to Fence in Lincoln County. ville, came up yesterday R. C. WAItllEN, thankeglvlng with hei parents, Mr. mid M C. L. C. C. Nov 13, 1893. Mr. Harold McCormick yesterday. Mm. H.T. llnls. Thomas Lewis, nn old man, commitThky Stood. Mr. B. K. Wearen How Mibs Jkan Buchanan is quite sick in Hiyn we got the standing of tho Nunn ted suicide in Bell county, because a girl, ! Louisville nnd that prevented MrB. John jury wrong. On the that ballot the vote nged M, refused his offer of marriflge. A. Hnldeman from attending tho burial atood: One for hnnging, snven for life, . 0. Woolridge, a Rev. Pursuant lo the will of Eld. & II King, deceasto a division of Judge Burch yesterday. ed, and In one Inr 21 yeiur, one for 17, one 15 nnd Baptist, and Miss Lizzie Lewis were mrr-rio- d among his order the farm owned ol fie property heirs, and occupied by Mn.T. S. Wkim. Jii., wife nnd little son, for two. A life verdict could have been at Tateaville, Pulaski county, Sun- htm. between unnvilli and Stanford, in Lincolng county, Ky , lying upon tne watert ol the Hang-to, nrrlved Irom Knox, T. 8. Webb, Jr , Jr found but for the refusal of a Boyle nnd day. rurk, vrdl be Hold at tublic outcry, without ville yjaturday uiorniiii! to visit Mis. n Mr. Brt Sliewmakor, tho clever retcrte, lo the highest and belt bidder, on mucoid county man 10 agree to it. Widih'a narentn. Judge and M.r. M. C agent nt Morelaud, and Mips VanDovere, iTiiclny, 29II1, Saufley. Wants Damages -- Mr. George Denny a Mercer county beauty, were married leftyeMenlay for Miwi Lizzik Mknkkeu The Farm Contains is suing the L. & X. in tliu Garrard cir- yesterday. Chicago, whereshe will enter Misi At a Wisconsin marringe Inst week 180 ACRES OF FINE LAND, cuit court for $6,000, which he alleges private school. She will stop that he unstained by reason of h fall the bride was n widow with 17 children Is as well watered for both domestic and stock en route at Georgetown and enjoy from one of the defendant's trains last and the groom n widower with an equal puipoins at any farm in the Mate. It has a 1IKICK DWKLL1NO nOlSE, ilnck SmoU-MousThunkf giving with friends. summer. Gov. Bradley represents the number of heitd. nd Ice House, ana other necessary out jva'.er-da- y Hon. J. N.Saukdkhs rotiirned -- A widower nnd widow, both pRtt liuiMtcgs. TheicsreaUo two Unani houses on railrorid end Hon. R II. Tomlinson the the farm. 1 he Innd, though rolling, is rich and from New York whither hn went three score are enid to be preparing to in a good stale cf cultivation The farm lira u plaiutiir. and on both tides ol onu of the bet turnpikes with thitotlur railroad coimiiitsnnera to cro.ito n sensation on Lognn'e Creek by in the Stato Thf house is within a few hundred MaU'Hax. Nkwlanp secnived n tele- uniting their destinhs. jards of tho public school, and on the whole a decifione in sevfral enhea from the gel more convenient und desirable farm cannot be Inteistato Commission for final report, gram I'om Midduloro authorities Tut Love lorn Miss.Tennio Mansfield, of found any where. Mb. Walton Conl Co., was a guest of tho St. Asaph Commissioner's S&Iq SB Worth of stuff to go at cost. Now is your time. Come while stock is well assorted and you can find what you want. Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Dress Goods, White Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Napkins, Towels, Table Linens, Gloves, Hosiery, Ribbons, Ladies and Gents' Underwear, White and Colored Shirts. Everything goes. Don't forget our Capes and Jackets. If you want nice, useful Circuit Court. Monday, Dec. 1895, er Presents Fop Christmas Buy now and lay them away while you can get them cheap. want the money out of this stock and intend to get it. We 2D-3- Contains 776-1,01 Acres, HUGHES & TATE. Rurht Is Midit A nd Might is Power. These are our sentiments in all dealings. We endeavor to give you value received and not to misrepresent our goods. Farm at Public Sale well-know- Sqare Dealings at One Strictly Low Price. . Our Children's Clothing is what we sell it for. We will give you another opportunity to get some unexcelled bargains. A few more black, Cheviot suits at $3. Combination Suits, double seat and knee, $$, and many others which will convince you on examination. all-wool Nov. 1895. All-wo- e up-o- This line is large and bargains are numerous. Good wool suits at We sell no cheap goods but good ones at low prices. OYS' CLOTHING -:- - ! 5. ay to nrrest John Holschnect, who Tiik Ikthriok Journal isurranging to print tho pictures of n number of tho would likely be on the Northbound prettiest gir's in this viiinity and tho train, hut n later ineMtgH told of IiIh at Lily. Holfcluiect was wanted for Hrt-- t will appear shortly. They will not recognize, shooting John J. Colgan, a Cathol c, bti picturea that nobody cm but will be real works of art and rh tiue whom he was abusing b?cau6e of his to life as a photograph. Now la the rolitrious bilief. time to uulwriuo. Thr wind storm Wednesday night was verv severe hero but fortunntely it or-r-'- ot did no serious damage except to weak neryes. Tuesday whb all aorta of a day Sek Dunks' window display. i being blustery, snowy, tainy nnd sunny. Ammunition at Craig A Hockeru'. The air grew steadily cold and yesterday the mercury registered 22, or 10 below Laijiks' mnckintoslieH at Shanka'. freezing. Tho skie were fair however Ovkhcoatb are going very lovr at and n bright sun soon wnrmod tho nt mosphere. Shanks'. mm m n CITY AMD ViniHITY. head line in yesterdny'a Lexington Press. Transcript nnd wo looked at once to see Lost. -- Pair gold spectacles. Return to if our old friend, GeorgoJ Denny, wns i" ' this oflice. Reward. tho mau referredhto. When ho wns and jacketH are going nt Commonwealth'sJAttorneylhere, he waa Ladikb' cloaks greatest chickeni fighter in, tho country Binall profits at Shanks'. i and no fight was full till tho "CommonTua railroBds will haul yon nt J fares wealth," ns he wns called, was announcfor tho round-tried present. TunKKYa, oysters, celery, cranberries Tnw is a Howdy Do. In response to our inquiring for the reason of the disand fruits nt E J. Foley's. continuance of tho weather predictions, GuNsaud hunterH' Biippliea nt closing Observer Frank Burke writes that it was out prices. W. B. McUobertB. dono to curtail expenses, tho necessity Thkrb ore only a half dozen prisoners of which waa immediate, adding that in jail; tlu smallest number for eome "action has been takou to have them supplied to you'by mnil from the distnb time. uting centro Rt Danville." We nre willThe bevero wind of Monday night- ing to do anything to help the governEblew a portion of thu roof o!i' of R. ment out of n hole, but this looks liko Galnea' barn. asking a littlo too much. Our poople do Ja benot mind getting what other things they A handbomk granite monument Mr. A. It. may ncod from Danville, but they draw ing placed ovor tho gra.'o of the line &Uho weather. Penny in Buffalo Cemetery. I 1 Tobkikb nre plentiful and retail nt to 10 cents dressed. SJ "Hr likes a chicken fight," was n bold 1 p to-da- Ford, tried to jump into tho Kentucky her lover went hack on river her, but wns prevented frum doing so. ThoMRB A. Fenley, who was married in Arjderson yesterdav to Mrd. Cor-dSaunders, is only 31, but it waa his third matrimonial venture and her second, although she is hut 10. Mr. Samuel Ballard, of Garrard, and Mins Flora B. Luneford, tho pretty daughter of Mr. Bon Lnusford, of the Preach-ersvll- le section, were married here yesterday by Rev. It. B. Mnhony. Tho bride is 10, while her husband is onlj a few years her Benior, In Harrison rouuty, Mra. Orvillo deserted her husband and lied with a paramour, John Fields. Tho husband pursued nnd persuaded tho wife to return home, nud then armed himself and started niter Fields. After a chase of many miles Fields was overtaken and ahot to death. As it was his wife'a third runaway, Orvillo ousht to bo hung for running after her, if not for killing the fool who would want such a woman. Mr. Eugeuo P. Wood and Misa Lic-ci- o Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Lynn, of tho May wood fection, drove to Lancaster yesterday afternoon and were married by Rev. Mr. Campbell. It was the intention of Mr. Wood and bride to remain in LuucflBter last night return to Mr. Lvnn'a and ennnd n big Thanksgiving dinner, after joy which they will take a trip South, which will Includft the Atlanta Exposition. The bride ia the oldest daughter of Mr. ami Mm. Lynn, is a stiiking brunette and an accomplished young lady. Sbo ia a grnndaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hall, of this place, and a frequent at their homo. Mr. Wood is a prom- io to-da- y The safe will tnko place en the premises at 10 o'clock a m., on the date abote named. Tho usual Uud terms will be given 01 cash and the remainder in one nnd two years, equal pay ravnti, with 6 per cent, interett Irom date. V R. KKLAXD, D. 7 M EN'S A8I CLOTHING ! it r. KINO, for the Heirs. Good, all wool double and single breasted suits, $10. have no equal for the money. Also a good line at $7.50. Some which cannot be equaled for 5. CINCINNATI 'wice - A - Week G-asstt- IVIen e, And we have a big line at prices to suit the times. Good pants, $2. Corduroys at $1.50. Fine dress for Sunday. Side pockets and top pockets. Latest styles. Call for these goods. all-woo- Wear Pants. l, (Formetly The Weekly) The Greatest Family Newspaper of the Ohio valley. 6,6)6 Columns cf Heading Matter In a Year. SUECKWEAR Ask the boys about them. ! They are beauties. Sis Months For 50o. THE CINCINNATI ALL FOR $1. Underwear to Suit Everybody and at Prices to Suit You. ..OK , Issued Tuesday and Frilay morning of each week in tune to reach readers on day of publication. Full maikct and telegraph reports and all the news of the day mako it as valuable as a daily newspaper fcr these two days OVERCOATS. In this department we cannot say too much, as we had a much larger trade than we looked for and are getting in goods every day. Call and examine for yourself. Our stock is still complete, but there is no telling how soon it will be broken. Get your choice before it is too late. We have everything a man must wear. SHIRTS Of every description, white colored, wool and heavy, working shirts and night shirts. Duck coats for feeding purposes. Satisfaction guaranteed or Money refunded. Commercial Gazette, DAILY AND SUNDAY. Now furnished by Dealerj in Cities and Towns, outside uf Cmciuuati and and Suburbs, at 3 CtB DAILY, 5 Cts SUNDAY, or 20 Cts A MEEK. Tho Commercial Gaiette is tin only) Morning Republican Nowjpa) er publisbol in English at Cincinnati. Addiess Strictly One Price Clothing House, via-it- or The Commercial Gazette Co., Cincinnati, O J. Danville, Ky. L. Frohman & Co. X..M- - 1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journr. Every Tuoaelay and Friday AT Vll utlBo $2 ?R, IN" rV.'hen not jo paid S2.BO will bs charged." K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains leave Stanford at 4:30 p. ra. and o:a p. m. l 7:1$ a m nd 3 p. ra. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. n N. No.-S- Train going North.., Vo. ' No, 6. South . 3, , t, " " QUEEN & CRESCENT. No, i I eoim I'roBipt attention guaraalced to co mo ovor to their house and watch It?" II you netnl tiery glvo usa Call. N'othlug belt "Watch what tho house?" Arithmetic Sl'RINO AND SUMMKK. "No, the tho eclljo. You know they MauiiuA Supposo you havo four TTrTOsST, ferrates. In our Kill Uavn our staole. See as Something1 to Beautify tho Ladies. : : -hnvo a largo telecoio, and sho thought" .i.....wwwmmww"m Willie,' nntl you cat "Oh, yes," cried Mr. Wigglosworth, three, then what do you have? HARNEBS BHOP Dslly pniniiig. New Huts, flow. is aad laeesl UK 3 J2SUT A EH , table, "that's it. Evor glaring ncrois tho . Voa will find a good atuirtiusnt of Itatnt. Hrl- - We give the assi.rance t the trade that Willie Nightmare. Uarper's Round since them Wetherbeos had a rutlo money by And in mir es ahltehtr.cnl the seme eiclusivcness your repauiot ! Tnblo HU5TONVILLG, KENTUCKY. dles,Saddle,.Vc Hive aU btestneM We bava a n style ot patterns, hats aud bonnets and all the left 'em thoyputon airs till thov make our man, he umlcrstands '" to Prevent Croup. lea ting novelties in Millinery lor which we ate mechanic In our mo sick. Think they're tho onfy ones How Offers his services o the people el West II known throughout the country. wlio'ro going to havo an ecllpeo, don't Cjscv Counties, r ull stock of Corans cola and I havo secured a trimmer for the seaSome reading that will prove interesting BLACKSMITH SHOP. Fpecial lino of eclipse. young mothers. Hon to guard agaimt the to and Caskets always on hand. they? Wethorbcc's son. 1 hanking you Ibr past favors, we respect9J D S. Carpeutir, Manager fully solicit your patronage heretofore to lltx.rally Wlll,jutriaw.)tiMt-l-- i and itliftotir Don't tako any ecllpso until you'vo 6oen v"t bvatgwrd. M. U, DUIiDhRAK' Tty our horM sheer. d'lCv Croup it a terror to young mothers and to pot Wetherbeo's. P.ttronlzo Wethorbeo. Ills KATL UUUDMtAK. Manager. thein concerning the cause, tint symptoms nnd eclipses aro out of sight. I hnto such stuck treatment Is object ot this item The oiliti up people. What I can't seem to under of croup la a t'e Children who are common cold. of Lmcoin Co. To the Tax-Payeho snarled in conclusion, nnd with subject to It take ccld very easily and croup U al- stand," BASTIiN HOUSE, molt lure to follow. The first symptom ii hoarse r. BARKER, Proprietor, J sudden changoof front, "Is how that hired ness; tbit m mii followed oy a peculiar rougn girl of yours always manages to givo us cough, which ii easily recognized aud will never Crab Orchard, Ky. - The time is drawleg ckse when I )mvc to pay tho heard it. such a stono cold cup of tea with tho Fanio be iorirottrii bvonr who has becomep The time Statecf Kentucky all takosdue. lam ompelle.l Meet allTrainsjnlght ami day, Patruna akeu to first hoarse to act in when the child If lire that sho burns tho toast up with!" all to settle In full and will have ta advertise aoypattol town Fict of Charge. Rates TWO DOLLARS I"or Dav. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy it frvcly given all Mrs, Wigglosworth understood by this tendency to croup will soon disappear. Kven alpttiptfrty that the tax is not paid on by m G&r.d Ltvtry Attaehed. Faro rf Hetel $i.o pet developed it will prevent tlmo that it had been a poor day for busi- ter the croupv cough has Rrmodeled and refurnlshe thtoughout. l.att;e day. A. II. IIAST1N, Prep. Docomber 1st, 109G. ness, so sho said nothing further, wlillo the attack ItThere is no danger In giving this and Commodious Sample Room. remedy for contains nothing injurious. Halls and olHce connected by Electric ltlls iter husband went out to nail a picket on Re member also that f per cent, is added to each For sale by Craig A llmker, Stanford, Ky. 47 Probici and nolitc service to guests. 1 tho fonco aud In tho gathering twilight nut m not bald beiuie Dec. 1, its. Ill order to give ou a rnance rtt pay, contrived to strike a nail with ovory blow Queen und Creecent to Gov. Daad'ej's Deputy O. P Newlattd will be in Crab Orchard B. of tho hammer. Half-ratevsry Saturday in this m f'ilh; at PrenchcrsvtMe, tickets on rate AU prsoeH having claims aaainet J C G oaeh Wcdi.c.U.y. Nov. so, at ce Lick, in Keraatd's "Ain't yo ready yet?" ho shouted as ho insupurntion. 0. and Ky. Midland at one Absolutely Pure. are requested tj piwent theiH by Niv. yt l5, Stole, rfcursday, Nor l Law, charged into tho house by and by, nursing vin t'jo Q & Attorney i.. tl. uuucu, iignee; b at Highland, at praaoiiy proven. Deputy M U. Reynolds trip, Wajnesburg, Ky, ;s tliumb. Klngsvllle Friday, Nov. fre for the round to Dec. 8, 9 and 10. A cream of tarter baking pow- ins"Heady for the Wednesday, Nov ;; al WaHessturg every Satreturn. ABk agonts wlint?" asked his wlfo in a pood till tho 12th der. Highest of all in leavening mild volco as slio got him tho ornlcu. urday la ihis for particulars. 23. Deputy R. M. N()arul will be at Moreland, OfSceon I.tieasier Street, oppositt the Cciirt strength. Latest United States "Heady for what?" snapped Mr. attenUHs, Thnrsday. Nov. r: at Mi. Salesu, SsurJy, Nov. man in jail, he cannot follow House. Ollectionsrecie especial When they put a Mllledjie-slllNov taking Ills thumb out of his his natural incllnat.oiia. Mo cannot eat what he ,si Attorney at Law, j: at McKlnbey, Tuesday. Government ood Report. WedMsdar, Nov. ij;at HnstsmvilU, mouth so ns to glvo bin ery frugal diet. It sway. wants to he Nbv ajaud Saturdsv, Nov jo, POWDER CO., "Why, for tho ecllpso of volco froo Didn't is i.ot equally is litnititla to a - - KctitucSzy. Fur all 61 the aOYAL'.BAKING true of dyspeptic? I courso. will be fm at my otfice In te C r of life, he night as yo say tho Wetherbeos wanted us to coino real enjoyment ho gets oi.teat what he Uses, nor 100 Wall Street, New Yorte. everyday the tax payer will cooler a lav r by jail He cat.net well bo Assign rshove plates l ovor their.)? What yo trying to net out, enough. in He suffers much, gets little sympathr. s Farms near meeting "' taxes and saviuc cestami dates and set- ee Will as, as Ii.ieeulorAiswlnlitraWr aJ and trvtsbr. A. O. Lankantling their John D. Cattleman r.r.t tirrhiM a llltK) heaviness ill toe stumaLh. Two Good anyway? Don"t yo know what common xi T. I) NKWLAND. Special atieolaa gie to Settle arnls ol Fa. a little sourness, windy bilchiags and hearthurn; politeness Is when folks glvo yo an invita- had.ichp Hustonvillc, Lincoln Co., Ky. ,, Respectfully. Sheriff Lincoln Co. stes, as Alto'Hey aad hale and DIvIiMmi cd and biliousness and a lout taste in tho tion?"' Chrotilc co stiratlon Is .IsHls'ttmli. mouth In the laornirg. Somewhat dizzy with thonoworful veer almcst inevitable, ana means that the body s The heirs ot Mrs. Ameilca Buley, deeJ , offer iXficeon UncsvoterSt ov.rSap! W. F. MrCla that s'luukf be ings of iter husband's mental comnass. holding poisocoui", impure matterbeing reabseibert lersa!eher twi , Farms, situated abut ee mile V t'i ofliee is cumy. ti tae gotten nd of. Tne polstn in Mrs. Wlgajlesworth hurried on hor wrap. IlnpuritT in westnMIunoti.-:!mm the hlnn.l and the whole IkkIv I!rauforailletniBpikn road ThesKtwo Farm NATIONAL BANK A. S. Con"So glad to see you!" cooed Mrs. tho blood may lead to almost any disease a tj eaken together conUiu to acres .! luoe a tout to stipation is the start of it all. Dr 1'ieice'a I'leas. aoitn t divtdea . as to slinking hunds. Or.STANF'iKD. KY e It so it Mays land and cani... r.iua . inn rrrs iH tBCMh cure consiipalloo, "Yik; step right up on tho veranda," ant J'ellcts other remedy in the world will do j "rt ' l- Surgtou wn cured. No LIVERPOOL,. b,rtIB ,t!i,i Mr. Wethorbeo said, pulling forward some lia. I acn 01 m larsas Capital Stock-Surpl- us subslaale-- l. Dentist, stamps to World's are cofotalU and convHieat t in uncomfortablo summer chairs. send at cents schools i.wellwateierlaisd ffak. Medical Associstion, "Xico night," said Mr. Wigglosworth, Dispensary l)r. Pierce's totS page CommonN. Y., andchurchea. r.rrs leasoeable. Title " r bense For lurthei inlersMil spfly nd receise vStuiiford. wiping his forehead. Medical Adviser, iiliistrsted J. ..'. liiunii . llH.hutvul. the fa Otdee over McKoHerts' Drug SWre in the Owaley AtlSBIKtn of tae pubiU is invited . . n "Yes. I was saying to Ellory on tho wMANAGERS, j. Stsutlus. is Hak d, , nlant way over," chirped Mrs. Wigglosworth, A Plymouth diryeantlieruum Vavktte dunlai'.m K lias that thMthe the only Nstteaal Nait4sal Htle Jruidta. L'fader utovhmso the UK 011 it. are secured not oly by tH eap4U Ojmmorce Building, Louihv.llr, "that I thought it one of tho nicest nights lmfl over 500 blossoms steckheldeis' liabil.iy loc v THK sleV, but bv the for an eclipse that I ever saw, especially of J.ULEY Agent throughout the South imisi tousl la the stock, so tnt dvtnMitofs ' tho moon. Do you know if it is to Imi n tkis laalituli n are secured by a fund of ioo. K. B. K1UKV. IroprItor, a total eclipse, Mr. Wethorbeo?" Five sworn suteaneals of the conditio of the Isol are ade each yearto the United States guvaia "Tho whole box and dice," asserted Mr. Looal Agent London, - - "W. A. TBIBBI-E-, assets are examined at stated tiKe S npplc-dumpllng- Truna pass Junction City as follows: t South ......ti 37 a m No North " 3 ' ttjjam ' 4 " " 6 1101 in s ' 8 " 7 icara " 10 " ...6 to a ra 840pm ' " o " None. Nes. s and 6 and gan-- l 10 run no fur hor than Junction City, nor on S jndiy. night" M.S. llAUOIIMlK J. W. Havuhhas, I" .snorted Mr. FALL. 18 "Yahl" broko In Mr. Wlgglesworth. xs ho kicked oikmi tho front Wigglosworth door. W. O. m . ti a;p "Don't sho B'poso I know that? Think Fuller, Jr., In Now York Recorder. All kinds ol Fruit nd OttumenUl Tree, 3 15 s m Shrubs, Small Knott, Grspe Vines, Asparagus, .13 04 pa l'vo got to have ovory fat woman In town . I'MOmlKTOKS "n Ac. AC no ajieius lluy dttect aud save nionwith a molo on hor chin running round to 15 p m ey Catalogue, on applicat. A CI par Count. KNMKVER toll mo things Mko thorn? I Kiwmoro tlinn Lcxiugten, N. LIVERY, FEED & a hundred eclipws 'foro old Wethorbeo and AI.S5 Brijjgs I sec you aro railing-- on tho 65 tm his wlfo woro born." daughter of tho bond of your firm now. "Sho camo to nsk m," Mrs. Wiggles-wortSTABLE, ...3 56 p tn Griggs Yes; sho is tho only girl I nMvteadvforsJvice ...1.4 p m resumed when lior husband's mouth know of whoso father has to work DUROC HOGS McKOIIrikTS, Stan- suhiecitoreg iter. J M. - - Kentucky. all ...3.1 ntn was filled with toast, "if wo didn't want 69 in Stanford, ford. nights. Brooklyn Life. ..3.37 a m "Y-a-n-h- I ami I've had 'cm with my meals till I'm DISSOLUTION. fill MCrtCnt hAVlM? A tsV tttltl UmnlniUnnuil worn out. We'd 'a' been perched up on cUlmi cftlnit firm will plcao nrestnt them Now riwti nf the latest itrles just received. VVlcRlnwortlt nml IIU Wlfo Visit the that tamed roof till tho sun rose, with Call In and see the largist and best assorted line that secondhand brass mlcroscopo poked High Toned WetlicrbocA. ever brought to Stanford Prices as low as the Into tho hcavons, looking liko lowest. "Mrs. Wethorbeo was In this afternoon," hndn't bcym for tho minister." idiots, If It Elegant line Linens and Kmhroidery Material. said Mr. Wigglosworth nt supper. Mrs. Wlggloiiworth'u heart swelled with MISS MCCU HkAZLKY, "Well," growled her husband, who hail ohuroh pride. Stanford, Ky to time hntl nti uucoinfortnblo tiny nt tho office, "Ain't ho tho smartest minister you For full In foraa'l on as l'.X0.a,T of trains, etc. any represen.ai ?&,, I w over saw?" sho cried In excess of admira"what tlltl sho want to lwrrow?" U K, U T i T?C for cash or In" trade hll,e leather8e' 'v ,he lor ' c" on U. Gen Pats, aod'lkt. A IJEiO. rejoined Mis. Wlgglcsworth tion. "He know the mlnuto ho saw us up Pass. TraOic Mg r. "Sho Nild," court days at Sunlnrd or at my home lu unheeding the sarcasm, "that thoro was thoro that it was the wrong night. I Chas. nnlin, TatiLfr. I never saw such a wonderful man OROH AHP, LAWST, G AEDE1T going to bo an ecllpso of tho moon todid you, Kllery?" I VIEWING THE ECLIPSE. ia TZlZ&a TO TE25 ES DEI. W : JcS't psinrz', BIO- : MCl-llKI- 4 : ROUTE, UcntlHt, Office on Main Stanford, : Ky. IVst-O'fit- ill Street, Opposite the e Otten-hel- e, r OUR M. Hl'STLINO INSl'KANCK MAN, y. JOHlTSOWr, M.S.&i.W.Baughsnan, 1 h Whe represents the Old Reliable Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Co., of IJetii.lt Mich., can wills you all the meat favorable plans 01 Insur ancc. He aisn rcproents the old rdiahlo Ccatra. Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville. Ky., and will be eUd tohasea liberal share of your piirenige. Will be teady to conli r all tne furors that can be given by any warehouse Liberal cash advance-men- u made on coniigements, both in the watv-heI will be at Sunford rvry and country court day. l'attlcl wi,liHg hegshMtdt, prises cr money should addreM nw at Taint Lick, Ky. se s, J. T. K lhe-il- -- first-cla- ss dis-cai- e. I BABKER HOUSE, 1 rs THE Somerset, Kentucky. ll-- n (( POWDER r 1 o 1 BTJ'BCH, at Kentucky. Stan lord, W. 1 I I otce 4 I 111 Post-offic- e. t,al h, vTallaoo Vsornon, e, ' ' FOR SJFJujS 1 ir. Kri-da- Staniorcl, - Hluc-Gras- trance Qmnm OF ROYAL I Lib-oI- h Wcth-erbe- e, cu-- !' FIRST i'KICK, one-ce- nt BABEE&CASTLEMAI 11 ... 1 .-., '" 8200,000 23,700 a ... .. Kv. lfk-LS.- "- - I w - "HODSE Wethorbeo. STANFORD, KY. I THE ATLANTA EXPOSITION WILL HE HELD "How perfectly lovely," exclaimed Mrs. ' Theso Wigglosworth. or partial eclipses aro so sort of unsatisfying nnd all that, don't you think, Mrs. Wether-bee?- " tho toloscupo," stiKRCHted their host. "Cost $2uO," lio oxplnlnotl iw thoy Btooel nbout tho long brns cyllnelor nnel folt of "Step up on tbo roof nnel hnve n look nt Sept. 18th ;to Dec. 31st, i) . "Does It mnko things scum awfully near tof" Mrs. Wigglosworth asked. "Whnt'fitho tiso to ask suoh numb questions as that?" muttered hor husband, who hndn't found opjrortunlty to put in n word nil tho evening. "Think tlmy got it to conceal things with?" It wanting an hour of tho advertised ROUTE AnJ lis connections to Atlanta together with low tlmo of tho eclipse, .Mr. Wetharbeo sugradwav rates, w ill enable the people to make a de gested tlmt thoygobolowand havo a cigar, lightful trip at but small expense. ,y,H and whllo ho entertainer! Mr. Wiggles- The, Queen Si Crescent runs superb vestibuled sleepers and carrying Parlor, worth with a long nnd circumstantial istrains with through Cafe aad Observation Cars, from Cincinnati direct ocount of an operation lu stocks wherein to Atlanta, passing through Georgetown, Lcxtng-to- tho We'thorbeo shrowelnct. was admirably 8orcerotaad ilarrlman en route. More than sot forth by tho lips of Wethorbeo, Mrs. xoa mllea shortest line Special low reduced rates ifi'ihn Kmn.iilon Ask vour On cull Si Crescent Wlgglusworth gave, for tho bonoflt of Mrs. agent something about it'ln detail. Write to Wethorbeo, a full and unahrielgcel descripChattanoaga.Tenn. tion of thu elllllciilty which Willie, when a A. J..LYTLK, D. P. A., CHAS. W. ZEI.L, D. P. A., - - Cincinnati, O. baby, had experienced In cutting his own teeth himself for tho first time. TJion, For free inform atiun and printed matter. - - Cincinnati. when tlmo lmd sufllclently flown, they reW.TitRINKARSOS, G. P. A., turned to tho roof. "You may look first," said Mr. Wethor- boo, training tho teloscopo toward tho ..IF VOU AREGOINO ' moon. oR "1 can't see anything," mlel Mrs. Wigglosworth nuxloiMly. THE j "Oh, I forsrot to opon tho slide," n'polo-- I gizod tho exhibitor. "Now try It." "But It s just as dark ns before," pro- l Oa grouad traversed by Bhertnsn threw the first shell into Atlauta 3c years ago, the Exposition is last taking shape. The railway facilities ol the great 1895. tho glass with tholr moist hands. "It'fl n rifiijpits, over which dnntly, so tho mnu snlel tlmt I got It of." Lamps, Queensware, Glassware, Stoves, &c. -- by govcraast sgeste, thus secsiriugaJdititOBe and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established at U Deposit Hank of Stanfotdiu ilsl, tbeu lied as Ike Natiooa' Bank ol Stanford in 1M3 aoe -- s eke First NatHwsl llaak ajMB has had practically as UHilit.i Juntord tn years Ills bottrr susde ruptedensteecael 11 new with lacilitleslrtraBs4tiixbusoesftapl ly and liberally than ever before m its Mg asK booorabl career. Accounts of eorporaticBs. fids oW' csarios, firms aud individuals g4 wsntasid its Koiuuoky, 1 ;upued than ever to sd livery aiiacrud rr Lave moved to cay new i, Give see n call. the prahllo and eveiy conveBicne. rRANK RlhKV, Mote: and sua da-ire- R. R. Noel uccessorstoj. II. & Son, ted. QUEEN AND ORESCENT AT- FAKRIS & HABDIN -- a c Th Directory et tMi llank is ccmpoied ol Forottue Ileid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. II. Collier, LtncU; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. lfeiHChHiaH L1rc4h; J. S. Hecker, Stanford ; W. A.TrlbVe.SlJJlMd, M. D. E4oief Stanford; litggins, Il.ilcrs la All 3.Cinds of Coal, Stanford, whice Ky. T. ci 0) CJ3 n, y u o H t-- For MONEY LOVING PEOPLE. J. Jjs. D . Hecker, Proeidswt; Iilsl,tJtan(rd, K. I,. Tatttwr, McKiancr; M. J. Miller, Mt. Verrwn.Ky P. We will continue the coal business st Mr Hlg gst-- s cad si ad ana will r.aveou hand at all times tho very best cual will deliver promptly. , i .iiiviit hit casn nntl win hiii. it in the luterest of tbc people ol this section to pay Cub. 37 iio.vr FonoKmi vt u 13 CJ I , I D 3 O a. S o c U) Have your Prescriptions filled at Craig & Hocker's. Pure Drugs and Lhcmicais only us ed. I. McKobeiU, CashUr, A A. MeKinaev, Asst. Cashier THE FAVORITE MILLS, AT McKINNKV. KV., Have just overhauled anil repaired fiosi tntn to by tho Kichmend City Mid Worke, ofKichmend, Iiid, ar.d with capacity now ItKteasMl.ato doing morn and bef,tr w,k tbanevei before, aM .ieh iMe otd telwnie I V as head snuler, jam ate aura of good rhxir and lair IW sue and Wlstg us your griudrngiusd wn. tog call lor cmst edd and wall estatrlished braids, Favorite Patent, La. Kavoriic an J lUacrs' Choue. die' IIA1 Rs A SON, awexesior to K. L. Tnasift rlto Milling Co, tn i fis.js b. 51) H ' Accuracy, Promptness aud farfflers Bank&Trast Is aw C( o o ti. tv, IliOlTT" Guaranteed. ISTOHTH WEST, PBIG3 SI full OF STANFORD. KY., fatly oegaairtd and rtady for - Kidy isiits "K 200,000 21,000 tamut. bj J A line of Druggists' Sundries Paid up Capital of Surplus, . 1UCCKS80K always in sto k. LoqisviLLc & Nashville R. n. Is the line for ) ou, as its E?ouble Daily Tvulno MaVe;close connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. ' V'sKOUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire cf JOE S. HICK. Agent, Ky Stanford, tssara Ir I Midland. Trains Ask for tickets via run by Central Standard rime. 3, 1S9;. Time TabUNov. No. t. No. 3. No. 7. TKAINS EAST. 1 00 4 u I.va rraaktort A t so 4 3 Klkhorn 48 a; " Stamping Uround 77 45 4 47 a 13 Jo " GeorgetownH... 7 S 5 "v Arr. 0. S. DpoL 8 30 4 to J 4 Paris I...C a. No. 4. No. 10. No. TRAINS WKsT. No. a. p. half an hour after tlmo." " Perhaps something is out of fix and has ileloyeel it a little whilo," suggesteel Mrs. M nEi Mil Wluttlosworth. "You know bow it was K-- y. 9 with tho llroworks at Central park that Only Direct lM.e lictweep time, Kllery. " "iiurKi" saw Mrs. ctnuruec, raising a CSaicinuati ajicl warning hand. "I thought I huurd someShortest and quickest Lctwecn Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, body calling." thoro!" camo a volco from "Hello, up ORrlislo, Maysvllle, Oynthlana, tho front yard. Falmouth and Oovinffton. Mrs. "It's tho minister's volco," Kentucky 1 testeel ?.Irs. V Igglesworth. " Vou'ro shutting up bejth oyes, " derided her hubbtkiul. "Better open ono of 'em." gurgled Mrs. Wigglosworth, acting on this hint, "how porfect-- , ly lovely I I never saw such a bright moon In my llfo. at It, Klleryl" They all lookeel nt it by turns and admired tho dark plaoos, which Mrs. Wother-be- o s;tld slio believed wero burntil out volenti oca and emlto deep when you enmo to meusuro them. "But I don't seem to seo whoro tho ecllpso comes in," observed Mr. Wethorbeo after another Jong look. ''Sho seonis to bo sailing along in full regalia. Aud its U r- T THE HMJK-ORAS- S HKRl) OK Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Crab Orchard, - - Kontucky. o.k. Pigs forsi 9 rron selureJ .rom tne bott herds lu several different Breeders t" UANi; OF STANFORD, Wow ctowus; upj with thesoMC. au.UMid uadv in saute wanagiiimnt. By provisions ol its chatter, deposetorss sir a (illy protected a ai rlestoeitor in BanVl, IU stiaroholdors beiag held istdiviCti sloe) Uaole to the oatosit of the aMiunt of tbs-itberUu at the par valiw Usrol, ta addiliou to tlM amount invested in such shares. It assay sclsi executor, adnsinsatrator, t'!rf, C, svs rsiliy ta individual. e. To these who ceitristtodtusir bulsinus N-lir i.THat LINCOUN NAT ION A G. B. COOPEK, ...I'r&piiesiies V Ijivcry mid Kirccl. Stable, irANFOKO, KV f... ...... J Hag bnngki sfxrss and add..! i FIRST-CLASS of prepaend ta furnish W. Greoa kW Llvwv km. buesM sad Worst., we ate . mnaglng the Lincoln Naikwial Kani. y Stauford, we we here tettderoui many Ihonks ass. Istoir buststsx ii use thoy will continue tat Irene-ac- t for prsustpt attenith us, oUswiag as a to same, eur twrttty yeaiV ea(Mrivat e h tion as arse . xinling awdai liberal sound baiikiiia:. sustfiit while TURNOUTS On short notice. th rtrit typis iti R2tttre b4tttoS sun. urrespondonce mittiaaa & y. Mst sm M Frankfort I Moor s Air Tiff hi HpfliPf jiiuit.?OHs: J J . WillUws, Mt. Vemou; If. Shanks, .r'tinfordj Stanfoid; S.J. Ewbry, Stauford; J. U Owsley, Stanlord; J.:? Casr, Stanford; Wllilani GoKihSUnleri; A. W. Carpenter, Mllltdeville, H Tbo travrheg public will find ul al."Si" re'ar nml to turnisli mors' Wagons, either single or double, or llnim.f a.l kmdoat very LOW V RICKS, Th boys in aad around town will alio find us the people to deal with. Stop wltiius when in tawnal eottrts and entertaiiiuiHis and your horse and vehicle will be well for. G, II. COOPER . Myers House Stable, ianlord, Ky. s7 wle Cam-sjsHo- ..rl ,rKsa EC raW-rori- i&M ( ' ZI W.'H.iCuretums.JPreachem lie JskaHksPresident, Dr. J.'B. Owsle,Cihier, W M. Ilrlght, Teller. Us Before Yon Buy. Pictures, Easels, Screens, WIggletsworth. a m. 6 55 p. in. p. m. minister earnestly. "Vi'lmt's tho reason it elon'tf" ivlorted Wothe'rbeo in a uottlexl volco. "Because." explnWieel tho minister, "an 8. ecllio can only occur at tho full of tho m. moon, nnd Uw 1110011 tleMitsn't full this in. a. itf. p. in. 6 00 4 40 9 i mouth until Tueoeltiy, and this is only tve, P'l -- cv - C 3. Depot .... 1007 64,' 55 1 uu uomuiy. yuu i.uow. must nave 6 40 U 10 10 i ' Georgetown niisi.i'.r In tho 'lite." 7 a; ' nindi' Gro'd so a8 " 6lJip'g 1 a - Jchorn "My wife did that," Wclhorbee proudly 0 4 75 Q" i mturned. "She got information nut of a 730 Air Frankfort A... -- Sunday xipcr," ho added, raising his SUNDAV TRAINS. volco ultenv tlio lioylftil )leadlngs of his Fraukforl Ijw Goorgetowu 10 10 0, ra; arrive wfo while tlie minister walke-- awny, XlufmmTnaUon 4 S !' ra- ar'l'e Georgetown fclml;lng JiN head. "I hope you'll g't enough of your Wether-beef,5 'IL Kentucky Midland Railway and connec. Mi' Wiglwwurth after thuy and cheapest rout, to all shortest had walked toward homo for bomo East, North and West. their in moody silcneo. "IOer btneo that ?? Beth.VTnformieion apply to Pasa. agent.. Agent, CD. BtRCAW.OenHec'r&Gea hup, old rip of an uncle died nnd left them a OICO. B.IIARPEH, tow dollars you'vo dono nothing but run Frankfort Ky. our feet olf prauclug around nftcf 'em, morrow," huiel tlsu "We're watching tbo eclipse," responded Mr. Wothurbco, "or it least waiting for it," ho hastened to ntld. "But tho ecllpso elcosn't comooff till to- TRY ONE. We Portland. . ..To the., guarantee satisfaction. .Via The San Pranciacc. Furniture, Carpets Rugs Oil Cloth Coco Matts, 4' Window Shades 1 Nt ItbT Vic)7 ,' i -- Less ryes Than any heater in the market. IfililHl tUoWtVUtl liV.tAi.SCMiaCO I IrT - Only,Dining Car Route From jcoxxxsirxiQi-- S F.legsni',Pulliuan Vesiibu-e' S!ipois of Modern Pattern. ' For. maps or any information, address F H. KACO.-THANK I. RE1D, D. P. A . G. P. Agent -! Lodlsville Chicago, :- I j TO CHwCC&GO. THE STOYE For Halls and Offices.' - " - Room Mouldings, Lenolimus, Picture Mouldings, Rattan Rockers, Wood Rockers.. This is the place to get a thing of beauty and a joy forever! Present your mother, sister, brother or friend with a useful article as a birth day, holiday; or bridal pre-sen- t. tfmra ftu-th- 1 I .,,,1.,..,11.M1.,.. mo-ment- is HIGGINS & McKINNEY, Denver. S j 1 to call MOiNON' Route, inAUrtb for St. Paul. WITHERS & HOCKBK, Undertaker & ers, Stanford, Ky. Furniture deal- JL "v.- - 13 ?; - ,4- -1 Vj., ta.t4w.a dMrtf.ntsdi.aBt elrsV ,,,..,.