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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895122401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxiii. ORLANDO, FLORIDA. HUSTONVILLE. Inte LANCASTER, D10 1, Journal. NO. 85 STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 24. 1395. CAnHARD COUNTY. - 3 s Held 1896. Tho Xrnts entortiimnnt with lii Ml out of tho loft and struck him a fint and second gradea in tbe Graded will cotnii out in a few yearn, I should ' Entries clse Jan. 4. Send for entry blanks. think. I knew from what I bad board, glancing blow on the back of.Jthe bend, Sjhool Chapel Due. 113 was well attend d tie- - cutting quite a gash in the sculp. John and greatly enj od, especially by the had wrougtt ureal that tho lrM E. P. FAULCONER & WM. M. RUE. Btrucllon to Florida, bul I had no idea of thinks ho hail n narrow escape from aerl-th- e little ones Misa Nora I'nillips' school closed at extent of it till I camu hero The ous injury. Tio aboop killing dog ia abroad In Kco Academy Friday and she returned people had depended entirely on the or- -' ange crop, and ih no.uly every treo in the the land nod last week visited the ilock to her home in Stan ford .Saturday. S'ie - of Arch Fryu ami killed threu ewea and gave a number of prizes to some ol her State waa killed, it ruined nearly ov iy woiiudedjmany othera. I'liedoga which uot diligent pupils. every IjubIkhh-- . h body and nearly , Drug-gistsa belonged to Jake Jonea and Henry WilThe Ladies' Aid Society of the Chris be a good thing for Florida in the ei. li will causo the people to branch .ut in Hams, of color, in Ritretoarii, were tian church lu3 petitioned the fiscal court to give the various religious denominatheir inditBtriea and not depend on one promptly killed. Have the biggest stock of Xmas Novelties in the city. Marahai Dovera hai been presenting tions permiasion to thing for a living in tho future. Sprouta o urb the are growing qulto rapidly from tho liia friends with a unique; .testimonial of for any entertainment that msy be git- Btumpa of the orange trees, and some hia regard in the sliMpa of hooo string en. JlZ&13X-ZfiFwwill bear fruit In a year or two, but there cut irom tne tilde ol a ground hog he bad Before tho beginning of the Hervicea must be dull times here till oranges come tanned for this particular.'purposo. It Is Sunday morning tho Aid Society in again. The raising of vegotablea is said to be tho utrongeat, toughest and preaented Elder George Gowen with a Something to suit everybody. handsome, useful and very artiatlcil'y not profltablo oil account of tho exces most pliable leather.known. James Kryo had a watermelon which wrought studying gown as a Xmne slvely high freight rates. From wliBt l pres MISS EVELYN KONTOOMESY BUCHANAN, ctn learn Sea Inland cotton, tobacco and ' he waa keeping to cut on sCliristniBS out. Gov. Bradley shipped his household rice will bo planted considerably from morning to treat bis friends, but Time, l RAH OKI II.MiU, KY. now on. All oi tiieae were succeesiuuy the rutlileaa destroyer of .men's hopes, furniture an extensive law library and .Ml liiirliuiiJU, wiii Douuilliu UNiinrcs arc ir- raised before the craw for oranges aet in laid heavy hands upon the melon and ofllce fixtures to Frankrort Friday. Mrs trnjiil alKjre, Hie cmnjrft daughter ol Col. nnd " Orlando is tho highest point in the State emote it with eenilo decay and a few Bradley and her attractive daughter, Mr olt ri llurliaiiaii, of Crali Orclianl. Mieisa " and is healthy. Tho trouble about Flor daa ago Mr. Fryo had it carried off and Miaa Christine, will remain with Lancas- Immette uritli iurkltUK Muck ryo and is as lii? It Iuinltne in iwrsutr In ni.tmirr n bulled. ida climato la that eo matiy iIbvh are ter friends and rolahves during the holi- Mi I'.iK'lianan U a fin i. rile rrj hero she is Ide Austin, ;.our accommodating and days. hardly cold enough to keep up a fire and K"n.h a pxnl kimwii nml in laii.rllle, wl,,r,. .ho have a fire or he may popular blackamith, ia having a new B till one should Mr. Ed Schrivner, of this county, dtwl uflicr time villi livr silcr. Mm. JiiIiii A. Is tint rwlplent of the nimt markixl catch cold. Tho cold wavea further North shop built for himself ou tho corner of died last week at the home of his Bister M10 rliarniliiKjIn in.iiiiK-r- , ddliilitriil in always effect this section. I have seen D. S. Carpenter'd lot near the sliop at in Jessamine The remains were brought raiitenutlonisand In ror way "j orlwl woman We with here Saturday and interred in the bury nulily iljnnet." three white frosts since !..v been here present occupied by biuj&.-lCudliu success in his new venture, for a ground at tho Fork Church. The deao you see there ia no pnradiee below. You havn't bought it yet. May be we'ean help you with a sugges: Eiiiith never did gratis jobs for a ceased leaves a widow and two MATRIMOrilAL MArftfiG. litt e A LOCATNATUnET community. tion. Examine our line of children. Kzi Caiiey, 10, n Mi'3 Mary MurTho Middleburg Masons sent an in In a diilktilcy between Marcus Jen- phy, H, were iimrricd in Andoraon coun Gov. McCreary lias offered a bill to E uav Judcn Arch Carson, of Crab Orchard, vilatiou to the lodge here to be present nings and Geergo Disinukep, of color, the ty. H 5100 for extra work in carrying tho mail. nl " puhhe installation of officers on the former received a painful and dangerous V. L Dye. 22. and MiB Nellie Long Oapt. Wm, llerudon, it is said, will evening of Dec. --7th and a grand ban lick on the head, breaking his nknil. Tbe will be married at Piea-uPoint church Boquet Vases, Water Sets, Water Bottles, Celery Stands, Salad be a candidate for judge of tho court of ijuetafcewards. Aa the Masons had to chances are against hia recovery. was captured at Bryantsville a appeals at tne November election in attend to the election and installation of Two lligliland conpleo wil become stands, Goblets, Tumblers. ('Ulcers at tbe siiue time, they found it he was fleeing from justice ISM. and brought one William Graybeal, 20, and to Lancaster Sunday and lodged in jail. MnH LiPiH CnminiiiR, IS, G W. Young, The Paragon sajs that Someieet wdl impotsible to go, much to their regret. 'Bee Newburn, little daughter of Mr. It is reportbd that Garrard ban an- 17, and Me Jfiinie Hitt, 10 likely have another paper. It look like Beautiful Decorated Cake Plates, Lovely Hand-painteCelery and enough for Pulaaki'a Dave Newburn, haa been ill witb ecarlet other prodigy, but this time it is of tl 0 twooughtto.be -- Mr Gforue M. Hazard and Miss fever, but iu now better. Mrs. Cubbeii opposite Dex. nnd I suppose sho might capital. salad stands, and all articles enumerated in the Glassware lire,' J i,n Avoy wnre married at Crab Or"Morgan," the famous old war horau lino been sick with pieuricy, but is now ba fliaweil aa a "new woman." She Hvps chard and Mr. Fi kiln Goncb and Miss rlddm by Gen. John Morgan on his fa. oouvaltscenl. Mrs. Btillurls much bet- - atbtone, in thia county, and the amount Xannie Sludt-- at Mulvmnev yeaterday. STAND LAMPS Elegant, Artistic, Esthetic, give light like the sun and things of beauty. mous raid in lbO'J, died at Vorauiles. ter of the grippe. Jotiu Dinwiddle has of work tihe cau do and has don9 id re- TiiHHgof pach of tin' fnr givn at n'lout from bis attack of coel-lu- markable, iler name ia Miss b'allio 23 mill aa they married ou the 23d, it He was said to be 30 jeara old. TOILET MIRRORS Double, Triple and Quadruple, just the thing. Ltttlu iiarry Frye is out again after Barker. S'io "p'in o'nS r"h much tact Benedict Garnco, a prominent citimay mean that 23 is to rut another figto delight your wife or sweetheart. zen of Marion county, committed suicide an attack of tonsilltis. Scott Thompson and accuracy, attends to all tho farm ure in tiieir livee. work heisolf, plowing and planting her by driving a pair of atienra through bis is improving somewhat. folWORK BASKETS Some lovely designs in willow, fit for a Queen. The Cynthiana Democrat tells as The Uustcuvllle friends of Col. J. I) own corn. Zow, ye merry bachelors, io of heart. It ia thought that hia mind had a marriage Unit nil) interest ah Swope would welcome auy information here is your chance for an industrious Don't wait until the stock has been picked over, but come early become unbalanced. Stanford pcoid: Tne hiuh contracting Tho Richmond Climax says: "The as to hia whereabouts, tie wits Been wife. Miyf Kimna Gr'fllrii, one of ptrtitfd e, most remarkable collection of twins, here just after the last election, at which A number of useful precenta havo our moat wina-iiuvimhu.' ladi f, only ever known on one farm, waa tnat time 11 waa noticed that tie looked quite been given to the teachers of the Graded daughter of Mr. nnd Mra. W. K Griftilh, on the old Sam Shearer place of L'.'JltO sick and talked deapondiugly. Some one School by their pupilo. A handsome aud the B'V JamM Tavlor Suarrard, of acres near Rod House, this county, the " adorns the drug S auford, Ky. Tfin church was tetefuUi past autnmer. There lived thereon, sev suggests that he has been abdeut at present of ail -- 14 children Frankfort congratulating Gov. Bradley store of B. E. McRoberte, valued en families, each witli twins at $50 ly decorated, the color fchemo born at seven births." but this is not thought credible by oth- It Is b gift from Home admiring Ltncas-te- r pink ii nd white. The pparious rostrum A letter Irom Mr. C. J. Craig, who ers. Wo truat thai no cruel fita Ins de young man to bis iuamorata. It ia a used to live near Walnut Flat, requests urh a. nerfri't bower of beautv and eu- moat beautiful toilet case, consisting of chantment. A mound of palms aus to change bis paper to Walcot, Va., prived ui of hia genial presence. and add: My sisters. Miaa .Mary Craig Last Tuesday while Wm. Brown, a livo Beparato pieces, eaubat$lO. Some beautified by other rich foliage, and Mrs. M. Walton Taylor, havo pur- son of Geo. Brown, was assisting in bal- fair girl's heart is to be made hsppy by fern, served h a background for a mammoth chased a farm there for my children We this Xmas gift. horse shoe in white chrysanthemums Ike Santaclaus, a son of the old ancient patriarch, will be with us for now have flvo children, ono ol whom a ing hay at Joe kCoiIey'fl baler, bis lelt W.A. I'nce, a thrifty, well to do! and for vases and iardiniers of fringy, was born in Lincoln county, Ky., and thumb was caught in the machinery in sou the next two weeks. This arrangement was made by us with the the others in Virginia. Tho voungeat etich a way as to niiputate the end of it. .armer, auu .ui93 tvHinonne uunlette, aigncefl,, lbvr,.H Brtiticilly placed, waa born Nov ll.itia a daughter, and The job waa done so neatly that old father, he now being so old and infirm that he can not go popular, worthy young lady, surprised K)ptj8 o BmilflX f,s.0oned tho arch, from the named Mary Walton for my two Bisters. many inenus rruuy evening uy ' the center ol widen a star in pink and around as in former years. Then we say come and see us for young man did not recognize the fact ineir Her weight waa 13 pounds. that a purl of hia thumb waa gone until getting married. Though it had been white over hung tno p ace "where heart The Monroe doctrine of which wo bear hia attention was culled to it by a com rumored for an.na time that Mr. L'nce meeta heart agiu in dreams Klyaian." eo much talk is as follows: We owe it paniou. It gH'H without saying that lie hadsfirious iuteutions in this direction, Twelve electric j"ts effectively arranged to candor and to the amicable relations wj-- fully aware of it a few hours later. still it was not knoa-that a wedding twinkled over this eceue, while scores of eilatimr between the United States and Pure Stick Candy 6 c per pound; Cream mixed S French Misa Mary Thompson closed thoaes-bio- would be theculitiiu ition of the lovo af- rosy lights aent their Hiummar over tne tliosa (European) powers to declare that fair so soon. The knot was tied Friday any attempt on their Four Hundred gracing the! mixed 25c. Oranges, Bananas and Grapes at a low fignre. d vie should consider of the public school Monday night part to extend their avstem to any por with u very interesting entertainment, evening at 0 o'clock by Kid. Goo. Gow-o- n occasion. From an hIijovh embedded in lion of this hemisphere as dangerous to in n moat impreaaivo manner at tho Granulated Sugar 5c. Arbuckle and Alurotna CofTec 20c. All poured forth enour peace and safety. With the existing in which the pupi's of tho school took home of tho bride on tiie Lexington draporios and chanting strains of uius a from titt ilult Calicoes and Domestics 5c In fact our entire stock is in keeping of anv Europe part. The talent of the little folka had colonies or dependencies Jutt as tie with the 20th century. We havn't space for prices in detail; come an power we have not interfered and been evoked by careful training in such pike. Tho newly wedded pair drovo at liugeis of l'rof. Gutzsit. will not interfere. But with the govern degree as to surprise mid greatly gratify ouce to tho borne of the groom, which bunds pointod to 1:J0 o'clock Hie wedand be convinced. Don't pay extravagant prices for Candies, &c'., was aircady adorned and awaiting tbe ding menta who havo declared their indepenmarch ring out and tbe brulu ap dence and maintained it, and whose in- the parents nnd friends in attendance. coining of the bride. JFe guarantee our stock as pure as made. peared upon tiie arm of tlio groom. Tbey under a pretext of purity. teacher dependence wo have, , on groat considera- Mirfs Mury ia nu accomplir-baMrs. U. M. Lackey paid a visit to acknowlpdg-cd- , nnd should be well patronized were promptly met by tbe ushers, who Yours for saving you money in Dry Goods. Clothing, Boots and and on Just tion in her Richmond relatives. Misa Gertrude wo could not view any interposition niitscriptiou school. MIsj Mary Luak Lingenfelter has returned from school at preceded thum to tho ititar in pairs. Shoes and everything kept in a Store. for thepurpofo of oppressing them or has been Mies .Mary Thompson's eili Georgetown and ia tho guest of Mrs. W. First camu Mr. Lawrence Williams and controlling In Bnv other manner their destinv, by any European power, in any cicut assistant during tho term just T. West. Herbert Price, of Danvilie, io Dr. Davo Pattereon, counina of the bridei Here to spend a portion of the holidays ami following came ZSIr. James M. other light tlmn as a manifestation of an closed. Thursday Last afternoon Wm. Al- with hia cousin, Charles W. Frisbie. Allen, of the groom, nnfrlendlv disposition toward the United States .(From President .Monroe's oev- len, IiomI Ciisey'8 Creek, wsb run over by Mit-- Tailio M. Onind, of Waco, Texas, a with Mr. Hubbard Holiday, also cout-i- n Proprietor of the Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky. the loci freight an I killed at Moreland. student of Hamilton College, Lexington, enth annual mosaniie, Doc. 2 1S23. Tney formed of the bride. fie lived but 15 mintite-- after the acci- is being entertained by her eonein, Aliea lie had a crippled foot that prob Margaret Jennings. Dr. W. S. Beaziey Women arc not the only one who are icnilltve dent, into a semi circle through which atout their ages A man doein't like to be told aoly was the cause ol his being caught left yesterday to sponil the holidays in tho bridal couple pasted to the rostrum, Health koc a Ibit he It Roiling old diflererenee IInshe mm younif. in front of tho engine. He was walking Indianapolis. Mrs. Burdetto, of Illinois, hat lived It doesn't make any where they were confronted by the Kev. a tho guest of her parents, Mr. and Mn' on a eide track ami seeing the approach 80 rears. If they have bsen heslthy jpars, h will be halo and hearty and won't look within o ing engine, attempt to step oil' the track T. M. Arnold. W.J. Kinnaird is on a Mr. Sweeney, of Paris, and the Kev. Mr. rich, Good dilution nnd years nt old at he i way, hut hia crippled foot visit to bis ptrenta, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Haley, of this city, and after an impos red blood make peoplo look youthful. Dr. force's out of tho Miss Klizi Lusk Anderson, ing ceremony were made husbaod aud Golden Medical Discovery makes rich, ml blood. hung ou tho rail, throwing him on tbe Kinnaird. Itmakes health inthe right way. It works ac track. George McKinley, eeeing hia of Hamilton College, arrived Saturday wife. The bride was bjcomiugiy gowned theory, and in 30 years ol cordirR to the right practice, it has proved the theory Is absolutely plight, rau to him and attempted to puil and will spend tho holidavs with Lauwith hat correct It begins at thu beginning bojlns by him oil tho track, but was unsuccessful, dator relatives. Miss Kllte Walker, of in dark blue cloth, fur trimmed, pulling the stomach, llveranif bowels In perfect the train pxssiug over hia body, cutting Atlanta, is the guest of her cousin, Miss to match, and carried a dainty bouquet order, but it begins its work on the blood beloro it It searches both legs oil and dragging him about 100 Mattie Walker. Miss Anna Noel, of of pink roses. The groom looked exceedfinishes with the digestive irstem Danville, is visiting her brother, Mr. II. ingly well in a rich, dark cut away suit out disease germs wherever they miv be and forc- feet, lie leaves a wife and pevon es them out ol the body. All druggists keep the n In destitute circumstances. Ho was T. Noel, and family. Mrs. John "Discovery." Come to us while you can buy useful things for Christmas presents. and littlo daughter, of Louisville, and the light of bis happy face sent sun buried at White Oak Cemetery Sntur Mr. and Owing to our great Sayod Hia Ldfa. shiue into the oldest heart. are the guests of her mother, Mrs. Oaie day. Tho Dlacovory Misses Bettie aud Mack Logan were Huffman. Messrs. Homer W. Batson Mrs. Sharrard expect to return to StanMr. G. Cclliouetto, druggist, tlleaveisvllle. III.. I owe my in Danville Tuesday taking in tho dissays: 'To lr. King's New Discovery and Robert Lee Davidson aro at home ford on Christmas day. They will have lifi. Waa taken wilh la grippe and tried all thy play of holiday goods. Dr. El Alcorn from Kentucky University. physicisns for miles about, but of no avail and a Buite of rnoma at the St. Asaph Hotol. was Riven up and told t could not live. Having returned from Longview, Ala., Wednes? I sent for When most needed it Is not Dr. Kiug'a New Discovery in my store, first dose day, lie did not bring Air. Hugh Lozan family be away - n Su ch a botile and bejrau its use and from the Roll of Hosoa. Mies Jennie M.West, Santa Claus has made our house the great deposity for useful Xmas . .. with him, as was intended, as Mr. wis thephysician to ot. .a I. from home. editor began to got better and afler using three bottles home acnencic. sir. niDnence principal of the Stanford Public was up and about again. It Is woith its weight Its Logan's health had improved so much of tbe Caddo, Ind., Ter , llanncr. wheo hit little assistant promised oer clasps storn or house without it. wilh a seol as gold. We wont keip that it wan not doomed necessary. Mra. girl, two years croup. wis threatened wife insist School,publish a Hat of all who that 8he presents. Fur Muffs, Mufflers, Handkerchiefs, Table Linens, Nap. He "My attained vere attack Uet a free trial at W. II. McRoberts' drug store, Isaac Stcttlo left for Louisville Sunday to ed that I co of the doctor, says: as our family phy- would of kins, Towels, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets, Lace Curtains, but lor relatives. Misses Mattie and Dollie sician was out of town I purchasod a bottle of a mark 00, and in accordance therevisit Curo for Headache. Lace Bed Sets, Chamberlain's Couch Kemmly, which relieved with precoma thia list: for the holidays As a remedy for all forms of Headache Electric Alcorn are at home imtndUtcly. 1 will not be without it inthe First Bender Grade Henry Haye.Oia-r- a (Jitters has proved to be the very best. It effects from Oxford, Ohio. J. H. Watlington, of her future.' Cooper. Frances Cooper. a permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual Yanseyville, N. 0., is in this community For sale at 50 cents por bottle by Craig & Ilock-esick headache yields to its influence We urgo buying stock. Miaa Lipscomb, of VirSecond Reader Grado Roberta O'Ban-noManlord Ky. .11 who are afflicted to procure a bottle and give Hatti,e Orndoff, Lilly RobinB, Raycases this remedy a fair trial In cures ol hab tual con- ginia, arrived recently to take a position Brady, Annie Hew Every thing goes. by giving the Suits of clothes from $2.50 to $10, worth from $$ Electric Bitters stipation Major C. T. Picton Is manager of the Stae Ho mond Bentley, Jaa. in Christian College. Fhe Is a valued needed tone to the bowels and few It cases long which the traveling men once. L.a,Be addition to the faculty. Laat week Jess tel at Denison, Texas, hotels No shoddy in these goods. All well trimmed, well made theuse ol this medicini. Try in that section. In say Is one of the best Third Reader Grade Ida Lou Belden, to $15. tottlcs onlv w cents at A. R. l'onny s Drug Store, Sutherland, on tho Fork, waa reported sneakiug of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aud s Blanche Vandeveer, Earnest Cabbell, and guaranteed to fit. The finest line of home made comforts ever ofto bo in a dying coneition from bronchi- Diairhoea Remedy Major Picton uys: "I have Edward Cooper, Lee Rup-le- v, sevrral in my family prominent The wire of Mr D. Robinson, a tick with rheu. tis. Henry Camnitz, who left recently used it myself and In saying that for cona:der years, John Jones, fered and immense in size. Don't fail to look before you buy. I an V., was Myrtle O'Bannon, Hubert Oarpen-teof Hartwick. N. to seek employment, has and tike pleasure dlarhoea and dytcntry. Iit alfor Cincinnati I infallible cure tor matism for five months. In PtMag- of Is ihr Addie Eastland. frequently adminiswo understand found temporary work. ways recommend It, and have says: "Chamberlain's PainUalra Fourth Reader Grade Lawrence r.on J1"' tered It to my guests inthe hotel, and in every ?1 only thing that gave lier any Many yiy He reports the city full of men patrnling case It has proven Itsell worthy of unqualified enor painflt cannot be John Menefee, Susie Hatcher, the relief streo's in search of nnmething to do dorsement. the bad cases or rheumatism have been cured bv Clay Rup'ey, Robert Root. by Craig & Hocker, Stanford, Ky. For sale and fled but meager success. y- n brink trade In n privnto letter front thla point, Mr. '" "om,,,y Konn ami the indications are T. R. Walton write: It ia right ploasmt hero ntn! tho town that Santa Clans will visit tho littlo folks la one of tho brat In tho State, but that la oi Hualouville mtnn well loaded eleiyh. WblloJohn Ulain wt.a n work last not paying n great deal, a nil of them However, they Wednesday in a burn on his pl.tco a log are dead einco tho freezo. -- Our merchants report Friday at his home near Flat w lods, Mr. Elijah Worrell, in tho SOlh year of his age. His burial look place Stturday at thd old Drnke'd Creek grave RUE Will be & FAULCONER Ky., Feb. 3 to 8, Tenth Grand Combination S.tle of Horses, yard. at Danville, CRAIG & HOCKER, Cash -- j .. court-hom- mmmmMs I W:1J Books, Albums, Dolls, Toys, Vases Mirrors, Etc. 1 Your Inspection Solicited. Everything1 Cheap. I .1 win-mm- atlin-ti'in- i. That : Christmas PRESENT. 1 f. ilu.-i-rc- Elegant Glassware d ! nt DiB-nnik- 1 to-da- Presentation Queensware. j r a. wi-r- prr-Iiap- F. B. TWIDWELL. o g WzB I -d anta Glaus AT HUSTONVILLB. 3C; n Good goods s at Low Prices n gayly-gowne- ns prin'-lplon- ffrst-clas- s liAlf-hroth- CHAS. WHEELER, - s i them-fl-lv- es 1 chil-dru- Children. Rob-Ki- Closing Out Sale . r, n, Clothing", Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c. re-b- st m n, r. - ", Van-Arsdal- e, For sale by Cral & Hocker, Stauford, Ky. HUGHES & TATE. ( Semi-Week- ly interiorJournal 8rAFOD, Kv, December SIX PJSGES- Vknezpkla, the little South American renuhllc. which Is now occupying so much of the public attention, is in the extreme North, and olaima an area of Its coast was the G32.S07 square miles. American mainland first part of the Bijthted by Columbus. Its population is about 2,500,000. From 1550 till 1810, it was under Spanish domination, when the people rose against the yoke and the following year the independence of the territory was proclaimed, but it was not until 1SJ5 that Spain finally recognized it. It was governed by a dictator till 1S73, when the incumbent was elected constitutional president. Its constitution is modeled after the Unitd States and its government is similar. The people are principally negroes, Indians, and zambos, les9 than 3 per cent of the population being pure white. The Raman Catholic is the religion of the Btate, but liberty of worsnip is guaran-tseby law. So far as the law goes elementary education is well provided for and there are a number of fine universities and colleges. Its climate and vegetation are Buch as might be expected from its tropical location and its principal food crops are manioc and maiza and its exports are gold, copper, phosphates and coal, hides, skins, coir and animals. Its Imports are petroleum, manufactured articles and drugs and its trade is principally with the U. S., Germany, France and England. Slavery was abolished in 1354. The standing army consists of only 3,000 men, but the National malitia embraces all males between the ages of IS and 45. Yellow fever and locusts are occasional visitors, the one decimating the population, the otbor destroying vegetation. niu-latto- veraary of tho grandest event that could 24, 1895 have como to mankind and it Is a time when tho beat Impulses are aroused. Let them be brought fully into action and W. P. WALTON. let all or us add to our own happiness by trying to make others happy with some reminder of our interest In them. In ramnmhRi-lnirOUr Lancaster Coukt A good crowd ati. ,i.!.t ilnvolall I.I ThepnBlJontwUH8neproclimn anwuvvv t t I. . Cfatn IT.. t tended yesterday but not much attenumu the year to the proporly constructed ana nun .lauunrv t tion waa paid to business. Of the 50 Fire in n wholesale tea and rlnhtlv nroantzsri litdnir. It Is the nnl only about ot $110,-00- 0 odd cattle i. in , iv rf -- v... .!!. v- -.. Great Display of coffeo-houso- at lOVCll ODCS We 8D011IU ve. not forget the poor, and God's assurance that it is more blessed to give than to So hero's to each of our reader vou be as happy as you deserve to Mv b and live to celebrate the happy many, many times. Christ-seaso- The Middltsboro News has reduced the size of its pags andjincreasgd their number. Editor Albrrcht is in the van of a universal adoption of email pages, according to his idea. Be that as it may, he is certainly in the van in the use of a most unique and pretty system of news paper type faces that we have aeen. es The drya won in Scott county just as easy, notwithstanding the boasted confi dence of the wets. The majority is more decisive than usual, being 570 and leav in? no grounds for a contest. "The 10 rum saloons in Georgetown must go.'' They have been paying a license of $500 a year each. NEWSY NOTES. d ArrABBNTLY to test our pecuniary strength and in a spirit of retaliation for onr war talk,London dumped her American securities on the N. Y. stock market Friday and something like a panic ensued. Loans were called in, money rose from 10 per cent, to 80, there were two or three failures, and altogether such a market as has not been seen for years. Gold was withdrawn from the treasury by the millions and President Cleveland sent a message to Congress asking that it take no recess till it has taken such action SB will assure the world of both the ability and determination of tho United States to meet in any circumstances every obligation it incurs. Congress alone has this power, he sayB, bnt it looks like Congress will not assert it. The silver men took occasion to bring forward pet measures and to Bay that no legislation on the lines of the president's message is possible. As the republicans are now responsible for legislation, it is thought that Mr. Cleveland will let them snout-do- r the blame for not protecting the gold reserve, and decline to isauo any more bonds. We are in the middle of a very bad fix financially. Let's see what republicans will do for us. Fire in tho business district of Denver caused a loss of $143,000. Two hundred persons lost their lives during a storm at Hankow, China. P. Wat Hardin has decided to locate at Frankfort and practice law there. Forty men were killed or imprisoned by an explosion in a North Carolina mine. Thirty miners are supposed to have perished as .the result of an accident near Dayton, Teun. Thomas Simpson ia wanted at Franklin, Ind., for throwing a bucket of hot water on his mother-in-law- . boy At Albanay, Ore., an waa found guilty of killing his father, mother and another person. At Clarksville, Tenn., a bridge watchman shot and killed a negro who frightened the wife of the former. The city of Lexington haa brought salt against Collector Sharp to recover an alleged shortage of $24,500.83. Engineers Basa and Ireland have been indicted at Nicholaaville for causing the fatal wreck near High Bridge. -- Col. Oscar Blakemore, one of the wealthiest distillers in Anderson county, died last week of Bright' disease. Miss Sndie Smith, of Dayton, O., pawned the family Bible for money with which to buy a silk handkerchief. Gov. Bradley baa wired the sheriff of Barron connty urging him to prevent mob violence at Glasgow at all hazards. Mrs. Martha Wortbington, mother of Lient. Gov. Wortbington, died suddenly at Greenup. She was 82 yeara of age. on the market Cincinnati caused a loss Long yearlings Uoitston, Tex, hail a $73,000 half channel hand'. blaz", and a fire hi Uln(Hd, W. Va., brought 31; butcher cattle 2 to 2) and a caused tho death of one man and tho loss bunch of mountain cttli sold at 2c. Mules were hi some demand at $40 to $75. of S50.000. Tho board of trustees of the KentucWhen Frank Dohertv went to tho homo of Mrs. J. W. Ntlly, Jr , ner Now ky State Collogo haa instructed President being Hop, i the absence of her husbtnd and Patterson to prohibit to his played by tho State College (Undents. attempted to forcn her to unbuilt All departments are at the best. All respond with the greatest atdesires, she sh'skI pUtol and s'lot him The Quoen A Crescent Route w ill doad. Doherty was a prominent ecliool make half rates from all points on its tractions of the year, which for teacher, having been last year bmocIa-te- d line to any point within a dmtanco of with the famous Gotluetnane Col- UOOmileH. Tickets on eale Dec. 22-and 29 31 and Jannary 1. Tneso ticklege. Ask your On Hccount of a technical fltw the ets are good until Jan. 3rd. indictment against Albert Scott, formerly agent for full particulars. collector of Internal revenue, and WilBucklln'o Arnica Bulvo. Have seldom if ever been equalled. liam E. Itiloy, hia deputy, rhurged with Th t saNe In tho woilJ for cuu, bru'icss letter, chipsores, ulcsrs, tlt thcum, fevtr money from Govern- ped hands, chilblains corus ndsorraskin eruption! having collected all It positively cure pile, or no pay rcpuireil. It U ment employes for republican guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or .noney coratnittets, wore dismissed In tho Unit- refunded. Price j centi pr bo. For salt by 11. Me Roberts, drugglu. ed States court. The proof was Htrotig V Thousands of Bargains may be had for Christmas giving. In against tho defendants, and the judge said he disliked to dismiss them, hut the iUw was too apparent to be overlooked. The republicans in Congress disagree with the president in his diagnosis of the financial trouble and attribute They it to an Insufficiency of revenue. to make use of tho propose, therefore, emergency as a pretext for more tariff k tinkering in the direction of higher taxA full line of Christmas Toys. The question of the hour is what of bonds es, while authorizing the i?sne Christmas gifts to give. Here arc a few of the many articles suitable for the protection of the gold reserve, for Presents. coin and It will provide for low-radenomination, the probonds of small ceeds of which shall be used fupplv A duing deficiencies in the revenues. ty of 5 cents will be put on wool and some advocate a horizontal increase of from 15 to 20 per cent, on the high tar- foot-ha- ll 25, -tx-s- HOWDffif GOODS. Splendor & Low Priees At the Louisville Store Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, ft) io POWDER Absolutely Pure. Speaker Reed has at last named tho A cream of tarter baking powHouse committees: Hitt,of Illinois, is Dingley, der. Highest of all in leavening chairman of foreign affairs, and Latest United States of Maine, ia placed at tne bead of the itrcngth. Cannon, of Illinois, Government Food Report. ways and means; gets the appropriation plum, and Walk- aOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Suits, Overcoats, Ladies' and Men's Fine Shoes, Hats, Caps, Pants, 100 Wall Street, Now York. er, of Massachusetts, the banking and currency. Heed ib, oi comet?, hi iuo head of the rules committee, with HenHooker, of derson, of Iowa, second. getB the rivers and harbors. New York, The Rodtmer place at Itowland containing 104 frame dwelling The Kentuckians are disposed ol as fol- Acre, outbuildings. Possession given and nrcrsat given tary J. S. OWSLEY, III.. Agent. lows: Congressman Evans is on the once. aiamoru, ivy. ways and means committee; McOreary is B4 41 Lewis is on the juon foreign affairs. SPRINO AND SUMMER. diciary and Hunter on coinage, weights A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, and mersures. Colson is on two small Something to Beautify tho Ladies. T; D. RANEY, Manager. committees, claims and pensions. Pugh Dally openimng. New Hau, flower and Ucetl com- We giie the assurance to the trade that they wil is Bidetracked on the educational Branch Stores. the tame ciduslvcnsss id our mittee. Berry Ib on rivers and harbors. findstyle of establishment and bonnet and all the n patterns, hats novelties in Millinery Olardy is on agriculture, and also on en- leading throughout the country. for which we are Paris, Carlisle, Mt Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, known Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. trimmer for the searolled bills. Owens Is on Indiaus affairs I have secured a respectThanking Hendrick is son. solicit your you tor past favors, we liberally and private land claims. patronage heretofore so fully M. D. DUDDE.KAR bettawed. assigned to immigration and naturalizaKATJt DUDDKRAR. Manager. tion, while Kendall will of the laws. Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Silk and Worsted Mufflers, Collars and Cuffs, Gloves, Shirts, Underwear, CLOAKS - & - CAPES, THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAHFOIII, B.., FOB, RENT. two-stor- y Fine Mackintoshes, Etc. I first-cl- is-i- on STANFORD : DEATH'S 00IHCS. Penny's Drug Store. Frank Ingram is in jail at Pern, son Ind., for whipping his unmercifully when he asked him for a dime. John L.Sullivan has opened a barroom in Chicago and will be one of the mixers in it. He will also be a good cusld tomer. A church janitor at Cincinnati committed Buicide when it was discovered that he bad been robbing the contribution box. The court of appeals affirmed the last of the Tate defalcation cases. The sureties are released from the payment of $59,000 in contention. A derailed freight car pulled down a bridge near Salvisa on the Louisville Southern and carried 11 cars to be totally wrecked with the contents. At Ann Arbor, Mich., the wife of a prominent merchant jumped into a cistern carrying her child with her, and both were drowned. The Senate adopted Mr. Allen's directing the committee on finance to consider the advisability of presenting a coinage bill. John Swain, of Kokomo, Ind., used coal oil to start the fire and waa seriously burned by an explosion that followed) the can containing the oil also having three-year-old ref-olati- Christian church refused to let him use was denied ita bouse, the court-houopera house man declined him and the his overtures. He then appealed to Editor Allen, of the Democrat, for space in bis paper to put himself before the people, and was informed that he could do bo at tho regular advertising rates. Since the professor's mission seems to have been fully understood, he does not have as plain sailing as at first, when it was not Buspicioned that he was working in the interests of the A. P. A's., an d and undemocratic political organization, which would deny to men the right to worship God according to the dictates of their consciences. se Prop. Clink was given the cold shoulder et Cynthiana. He wanted to deliver bis lectures on Romanism there, but the Mrs. G. G. Wine, whose Illness otty. This is your last and best opportunity to secure phoid flux, waa noted in our last, died at STANFORD, KY. was at Her husband 10 o'clock Friday. WILLIAM S1IELTON. President. Mt Sterling organizing for the Maccawaa taken sick and her MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. bees when she frienda wanted to write for him to come Miss Emma L. Martin, residing Teacher in the Study Hall; home, but she said she would soon be Whether useful or ornamental, we have them and the price will expense. Mist Mary Cowen, Principi! ol the Music Ie well and It would be a useless pjrttuent; She grew so much worse that he was fin- Miss Mary P. Harris. Principal of the Depart- made to suit you. ments ol Art and (.locution. ally telegraphed for, arriving only six hours before her death. Mrs. Wine was Next Session wili;Begin WednesMiss Robert Sitterfield, of Oloverport. day, January 22. and ehe was 10 yeara of age. They mov terms, &c, send for Circular or call at the ed here 17 yers ago and both connected College. with the Baptist church of themselves which they had boon membera some time. Two children are left and or them and the hnabsn.l much sympathy Or Exchange. is felt. After a abort service at the grave Rugs, Easlcs, Picture Frames, Pictures and Screens at . S ziSaturday afternoon by Rev. A. On pile two miles East ol Hustonville. Co n raore the remains wre Interred in Buf- taint falo Cemetery. Miss Laura Sattertield, a 140 sister of the deceased, arrived in time to Well Improved and in an excellent neighborhood attend tho funoral and look for tho last Land lies well. Will eichange for a smaller or a cheaper place in this or an; good county in the time upon the dead. .State or would take a clean Steele of groceries and .- FEMALE COLLEGE. Your HOLIDAY GIFTS. be PENNY'S DRUG- STORE. r Splendid Farm For Sale Christmas Rockers, Centre Tables, Acres of Fine Iaiicl, Withers & Hoeker's, CHURCH AFFAIRS? oath-boun- free-silv- er - I or bo much thereof as may be necessary, for the expenses of a commission to consist of throb membera to be appointed by the president, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, to investigate and report to him the facta in regard to the divisional lino between the Republic of Venezuela and British Guiana. This is in conformity with the president's message and ahowa that on one point democrats and republicans are united. The war talk ia dying out in a measure, and those who can realize the great calamity of such a war pray that sense and reason may rnle and avert it. The Senate passed without amendment, the House bill appropriating 1 100,-00- 0, caught. A. B. Payne, postmaster at Long-vieAla., waa shot to death by his nephew, Joseph Nabors. Payne had remonstrated with his nephew for running with loose women. Gov. Foster waa renominated for governor by the Louisiana democrats. A fall ticket waa named and a resolution commending President Cleveland's Ven ezuelan message was adopted. Harry Hay ward's confession ahowa him to have been one of the worst criminals of the age. He said he had killed five persons, the purpose in most cases being to get money. Dr. W. P. Palmer, of Richmond, Va., waa paralyzed while denouncing President Cleveland's message on the Venezuelan question. Ho waa commander of the Richmond Howitzers during tho war. President Cleveland's message was received with wildest demonstrations of joy in Venezuela. Pictures of Monroe are everywhere. A statue of Washington, at Caracas, waa decorated with flowers. A diabolical attempt to wreck a Louisville and Nashville passenger' train in Alabama was frustrated by the pas sage of a freight train, which waa wreck ed. As the result of the confession of one three negroes have been arrested. ante-morte- m i Though Kentucky has spoken both in ber democratic convention and by her vote that she will have no part in the free ail ver croze, Senator Blackburn voted the other day with the populists for a free silver bill. And yet this man desires to an endorsement by the Legislature! He should be given a very cold potato. The republicans will make him go. penitentiary as aoon oa he ia convicted and let the court of appeals paw on hia In New York they Bend a man to the case afterwards. Eroatua Wiman, who was sent to Sing 8ing a year ago for a term of five and a half yeara for forgery, baa bad bis com ravened and ia now a free man. Rev. Sir Agnoln, a Baptist was murdered by TurkB cnurch. burned There will bo a union prayer service at the Methodist church at 0 a. si. tomorrow in which Rev. W. S. Grinstead invites everybody to join. The meeting in the Presbyterian church closed laBt night with 28 additions to tho church and several will join other churches in town. Elizabeth-tow- n News. Rev. A. V. Sizemore preacueu about hull In words so plain Sundav that the members imagined they could Bee the amoke in the infernal region and poured hot shot into the hypocritea by tho wholesale. Hunt R. E. Gaines, of the Walnut Flat8unday school, says prizes were awarded as follows: Al Coffey for being y the most punctual attendant, 8hellle lessonB and Mrs, for the most perfect Anna Carrier for being the best teacher. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyterian church have sent tho proceeds of thoir Thanksgiving service to the orphan asylum at Anchorage. The amount realized waa $20, which together with a pretty society quilt waa forwarded as a X Christmas offering. In a letter ordoring his, paper changed to Sanlbel, Fia., Rev. George O. Barnes writes that' he has returned to that land ol unremitting toll and hopes by hard work to make buckle and tongue meet and braced by the salt aft of the Gulf into renewed vigor, be better ablo in the early spring to prosecute hia gospel mission. The Islanders are shipping tomatoea at nnremunerative figures, but be hopea by the time bis crop comis In in February that pricea will be better. Oof-fe- hardware in part payment In some live town, or will sell for part cash balance in riv years' time or loogrr if desired. For further particulars call K. D. KKNNEIjV. , on or address, miesion-aryHustouvllle, Ky. 83 im and hlB Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE EXCHANGE THE LARGEST STOCK In Lincoln county. For the Holidays we have a nice assortment of Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Child's Sets, Decorated Plates, Cups and Saucers, Pitchers, &c. Hanging Lamps $1,25 to $6. Stand Lamps with Decorated Bowls and Shades Si. 50. We call your attention to our stock of. House and Lot in Crab Orchard, Ky. Five rooms and kitchen, cellar, flower pit, stable and other outbuildings, all in first clais repair ; a well of never ftlllnir water all kinds of fruit trees and small Iruiis. Lot contains about one acre. Will tell cheap or exchange for small farm inn good neighborhood The place ia rented for 189 4 to Mr. Hueh tieargent, who will show the place to any one who desires to look at it. Kor turther Information addrtss J. II. STEPHENS, 301 N. Limestone H;., Lexington, Ky. P S. Centrally located. I will take all ITTFiRQ for cash or In the hides I can get trade lor leatheron court days at Stanford or at my home in Otten- neim. unas. tnnsun, tanner. niLIjO, Pocket and Table Cutlery Carving Sets, Coal Vases, Fire Sets. &c Stockholders Meeting. A meeting of the stockholder! of the National Bank ol Hustonville will be held at their banking house in Hustonville the second Tuesday In January, 1896, between 9 and i o'clock a. in., (or the purpose of electing nine Directors to serve the ensuing year. J. W. HOCKER, Cashier. Candies, Fruits and Nuts by the Wholesale. Call and see us. Polite attention to all. Stockholders' Meeting. A meeting of the stockholders of the First Na. tional Hank of Stanford will be held al their banking house the second Tuesday in January, iSorf, for the purpeso of electing eleven Directors for the ensulog year. SS HIGGINS & McKINNEY. JOHN J. McROBERTS, Cashier. Stockholders' Meeting. A meeting of the stockholders of the Farmers Bank and Trust Co. will be held at their banking house in Stanford the first Wednesday In January 1896, for the purpose of electing eleven Directors to serve the ensuing year. 68 J. U. OWSLEY, Cashier. LOOK HERE! ZT Seedingltimejis now right; at hand; we havcfajlargejstockjof Lincoln Circuit Court. D. B. Stage's Adrar., Pitt., against Jesse P. Stagg and others Defts. Notice to Creditor!. All persons having claims against the eaeate of D. B. tiugg, deed., are notlfiedto present them to the undersigned properly proven as required by law on or before the 1st day of January, 1S06. Dec, Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c., Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice lino of Buggies and Surreys. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Matter Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. 14, 1855 S3 R. c. warren; CASE OF DK. ILUGER, years ago I was detailed on a caao which, after many Btrnngo and develunexpected opments, resulted, as I havo always bellovod, In cutting Bhort tho enrcor or a mnn who had murder combined and mystery Into o had ho flno art Fortunntoly practiced this art only a short Umo, but ovldenco was discovered whenovor which that showed ho had sot about accomplishing a purposo no human life was allowed to stand In his way. "Arthur Hodgson was a retired merd chant, well along In years, with a fortuno and a young and charming wlfo, whom ho suspected of trying Ho was In poor to get rid of him. His attondlng physician was hoalth. Dr. Louis Huger. Tho latter had boon In tho city less than a year, but was reputed a very learned man In his profession and had already established a Hodgson had met him largo practice. first while traveling In Europe. Tho doctor had known Mrs. Hodgson before her marrlago. and bIic had unbounded faith In his skill. "Hodgson would not mnlo a direct chargo against his wlfo or tho doctor. In fact, ho did not want nnyono arrested and abovo all desired to avoid any publicity. Ho nskod that his wifo and tho doctor bo shadowed for n tlmo by a discreet detective. Tho chief prom-Iso- d that ho would havo them watched, and tho old man went away looking much relieved. "No revolutions enmo to the surface and finally tho caso was dropped. "Ono night n servant brought to tho It central ofDco n nolo for tho chlof. was not dollvorod until next morning, and thon the chief turned It ovor to me. It was from Arthur Hodgson and con- - mSL ANY good-size- , eyes or tho nostrils by means of a smnll pump or syrlngo, mado for tho purposo. "I lcarnod that thcro nro small! passages leading to tho brnln from tho yo sockets, and from the nostrils, nnd that air forced Into tho brnln cavity through Hit, so pnBsagcs would drlvo out tho blood and cnuso death. Tho work also stated that an autopsy would In most cues fall to rovcal tho causo of death. had Just begun ii hasty exnmlnn-tlo- a of another French work, Pcrrlofs Treatlso on Slow and Secret poisons,' when I was Interrupted by tho return of tho doctor. I closed tho books, placed them whero I hnd found them, and was looking out of a window when tho doctor entered. "I told him that I was Investigating tho death of an old miser, in whlcn thcro was a suspicion that ho hnd been poisoned by ono of his relatives, although tho nutopsy had failed to reveal any trace of drugs. I wanted him to tell mo If thero wcro not soveral ways of taking human llfo that would leiivo no trnce of tho causo of death. "Dr. Huger cast n quick, sharp glanco at mo as If ho would read tho pccrets of my soul. For a full mlnuto ho searched my face with his wonderful black oyes, nnd then apparently reasHo sured ho answered my question. told mo that thero were several ways of taking life, recently discovered, that would bafllo tho best skill of tho student of anatomy to detect tho means used. "Whntover tho man might bo at heart, for tho tlmo being he was simply His eyes tho doctor nnd scholar. shone with uniHtinl brightness, nnd his fnco glowed ns ho talked of tho wonderful discoveries of eminent French nnd Germnn surgeons, and quoted mnny of tho passages I hnd read In his books only a few minutes before. "In splto of my efforts to control my feelings, my faco must hnvo expressed somo of tho Intcrost I felt In As ho paused tho doctor's revelations. In his talk, ho glanced at mo, nnd tho snmo searching, suspicious look came Into his cyoa again nnd ho stopped. 'I Tho clothing of tho dead man was carefully searched, but nothing was found PUNCHES FOR that furnished any duo to tho causo of PARAGRAPHIC OUR LEAN READERS. auhis death. Thcro was a careful topsy, but It rovealcd nothing. The doctors tcrrlblo secret had died with A. Study In Fruit A Itejureniitor The him. That ho hnd killed himself there Modern Argonaut and tho Modern could bo no doubt, but how he had dono Golden Fleeco Btnrtlnar iMto In Llfo It was a question that the men of hi Floating Laughter. own profession could not answer. SOME NOTED OLD WOMEN. A I'rw FamntiK Kiitmplr Found In th Old Worlil lr n Careful Srnrcli. It Is an acknowledged fact that great ago Is attained by women oftencr than by men. TIssot, with doubtful gallantry, nccounts for this by declaring thnt tho largo amount of talking for which women aro famous Is a very healthy exercise, and promotes circug lation of blood without tho organs. Tho true reason, probably, lies In tho quieter and moro regulnr life usually led by women. One of tho most famous femalo centenarians was tho Countess of Desmond, who lived to bo HG, nnd died in the reign of Jnmca 1., from tho effects of nn accident. This wonderful woman found herself nt tho ngo of 100 so lively nnd strong ns to bo nblo to tako part In n dance, nnd when sho was HO she traveled all tho way from Bristol to London no trifling Journey In those days In order to attend personally to Borne business affairs. Ijidy Desmond Is, however, quite thrown Into tho Bhado by n Frenchwoman. Mario Prion, who died in St. Colombo, In June. 183S. nt the wonderful ngo of 15S. Toward tho end of her llfo sho lived exclusively on goat's milk and cheese. Although her body was so Hhrunk that sho weighed only 40 pounds, sho retained all her mental faculties to tho last. It is nn extraordinary but incontestable fact that somo women nt the age when most peoplo dlo undergo a sort of natural process of hair and teeth grow again, the wrinklos disappear from tho skin, and sight and hearing reacquire their formor sharpness. A Marquise de M Is an example of this rare and remarkable phenomenon. Sho died at tho ago of eighty-six- , but a few years beforo her dontli she became. In appearance, quite young again. Tho Hnmo change happened to a nun of tho namo of Marguerite Verdur, who, at tho ago of 62, lost her wrinkle, regained her sight, nnd grow soveral uev teeth. When sho died, ten yours later, her appearauco was almou juvenile. ovcr-cxcrtln- that Dr. linger was dend In his cell. OUIt LAUGHING GAS. HE'S Au apron canning largo purple-staine- d fruit 1 1 a and red, envelops Almost her from foot to head. Her sleeves nro rolled; her nre bare; A pure white cap adorns her golden hair, Which, with tho cheeks aflame eyes blucly gray, Completes a picture that what shall I say? That's simply cute! She's cnnnlng fruit This week. She's making Jam and Jelly too, dainty wrists In the recently published life ef U lato Sir E. B. Hamloj appears out ol his favorite stories, which has rcfeieoo to Capt Brook, riding master at the Cadet college. Drooks was anxious to enter his son at Wellington college, and started ono day to walk to tho college Seeing Broadmoor from tho station. Lunatic asylum, he confounded tho ona establishment with tho other, walked up, and rang the bell. Ho asked the porter Jf ho could see tho principal. When tho latter apg peared Brooks thought him a flguro for an instructor of youth. Brooks said: "I wish to put my boy under your chargo If you can take him." "Oh, yes," said the man, "Is he a bad caac?" "Bad case!" exclaimed Brook. "What on earth do you mean? There's cot a better boy In England. The only thing I fear is that ho may bo too old." "Why, how old Is ho!" "Ho s eighteen." "Pish! we take them up to eight)'." "Why," said Brook ngalu In high dudgeon, "if he docs not come here till eighty, what tlmo do 'you supposo he's going to get his commission?" Pearson's Weekly. queer-lookin- Htartlnc I.t In Ufa .ON MRS. A LOCOMOTIVE. "uvmtr BOOTH DALLINCTON A NOVEL TRIP. MAKES Prom New Vor'rf to Sun rnncUco la the KnKlneor' Cob Win Full of Kx rltemeiit ilte of the Trip, (Jraphlc Iocrlptlon TXS. BALLINGTON III (Jurat. I And pickles Just a fow. Sho stirs and tastes, and tastes and stirs, to tell When things nro done, and makes tho Jelly "Jell" Just grand. And, all In all, It's quite an water-melo- n "W ill art, For somo things must bo sweet others tart AH tastes to suit. and She's canning fruit. Preserves of almost every kind she's made, And now has started In on marmalade! s And as I watch her, to my heart there-come- Ira-be- MSSM rra -- fflsa.ff WttB o SwStsIr'tlil hi! iii.jm- art !'"fi i.v.i i frapranco Bwcct born not of cooking plums But burning love! I've this regret, you see: That Dorothy's not canning fruit for A me, 3C m-t- - i.n i ii ; i, i i Whilo canning fruit. James Courtney Challss In Truth. On Howard Thero goes a modern argonaut. Algernon What golden fleece is he after? Howard Klieerh-Mnkln- Old p ' OX SSgS--'g- gf - -- vi s "DROP IT," I COMMANDED." roughly Ulncd only theso words, scrawled with pencil: "'Send a mnn at onco; danger!' "I went to tho house nnd found Hodgson dead and his widow prostrato with grief. An Inquest by prominent physicians rovealcd nothing. "Mrs. Hodgson got most of tho fortuno left by her husband nnd took a long trip abroad. Dr. Louis Huger remained in Now York and nttonded closely to his largely Increasing practice, but tho nffalr was not altogether forgotton. Tho widow enmo homo In n yoar and tho old friendship with tho It was soon redoctor was ronowed. ported that thoy wero to bo married. "About tho tlmo thnt I first heard the report that they were to bo married soon I was sent to investigate what was at first supposed to bo a caso of sulctdo or accidental death. A woman aud two children living In n flnt on tho west sldo woro found dead in their rooms ono morning with tho gas turned on. Thcro was no gas in their lungs. They wero dead boforo It was turned on. Hut tho autopsy helped us no further. It did not dlscloso tho causo of death. Many physicians came and examined tho bodies. All ngrccd thnt no natural causo of death was apparent, and thoy could not discover tho artificial cause. Hero wero three persons dead, and, whilo medical sclcnco could toll that they had not died natural deaths, it could not discover tho means used by tho person responsible. "I finally decided to pay a visit to Dr. Huger. Tho doctor was out when I called, but I told his servant that I would wait, and was shown Into tho library. That tho doctor was a man woll road In his profession was evident from tho great number and varloty of medical works with which his library was stocked. Whilo waiting for his return, I began to glanco at tho titles of the books. Ono of tho first that attracted my attention was a work In French, entitled, 'How to Reach tho Drain. It was by Paul-toan eminent authority on brain surgery. I picked up tho volumo and glancing through it, found many passages marked. I could read a llttlo French, and ono of tho marked passages I found to bo a description of experiments mado In Paris by which animals wero killed by forcing air Into the brain. This was dono by closing the mouth and forcing the air Into the n, "'Hnvo I told you all you wlBh to know?' he asked curtly. " "Not quite,' I answered, as quietly ns I could. "While ho hnd been talking I had noticed lying on tho table a peculiar look-lu- g Instrument on which was the stamp I did not know of n French maker. what It was, hut suspected that It was ono of tho pumps for forcing nlr Into the brnln. " 'What else do you wish mo to tell you?' tho doctor naked, In a tono of Impatience. "Taking the llttlo nir pump in my hand I asked: " 'Doctor, suppose a man had a wlfo and children who stood In tho way of his winning a fortune, and ho wnntcd to get rid of them In n way to cscapo detection, would this Instrument servo his purpose?' " "What tho devil do you mean?' ho cried, springing to his feet and glaring at mo like n tiger at bay. " 'Perhaps you know what I mean,' I nnswered. "Tho face of tho doctor was as whlto as a sheet by this tlmo, but his big, blnck eyes wero dancing with fury. A number of vlnls partly filled with strange-lookin- g liquids stood on a tablo d thrco feel away. With a oath on his lips, Dr. Huger reached oqt nnd grasped ono of tho vlnls.. " 'Drop It,' I commanded, drawing my pistol nnd leveling it nt his head. " 'I hnvo no wish to dlo with you," ho answered, with a sneer. 'If I dropped tho vial It might break, and tho fumes of tho liquid It contains would kill us both boforo wo could escape from tho room.' "Tho doctor put tho vial down on tho tablo, but I Bnw with his eyes ho was g searching for some other means of mo out of his way for good. "Realizing that I had n desperate and dangerous man to deal with, I decided to tako no chances, and, catching the doctor off his guard, I sprang upon him and slipped tho handcuffs on his wrists. When ho found that ho was helpless bo went along quietly to the station house. Thero I chnrged him with murder. Ho smiled as I named tho charge, but refused to say a word. "Tho doctor was locked In d coll while I wont to headquarters, to mnko a report of what I had done. Deforo I had finished my report to the chief a message was telegraphed to headquarters half-uttere- tho Sly. "The young man nt tho end of tho tabl5 Is an author, Isn't he?" asked tho observant girl. "Yes," replied tho hostess, "you can toll at a glanco, can't you? Ho doesn't TIPPINQ IN ENGLAND. BQcm nmusod by tho trifles at which all ScrrimU lloiiiinil lltr.i Feen X.enve tho rest of ds laugh." Unlet Thrj- (Jet "No. That's Just what I noticed. An English lady who rond what apHe doesn't seem nmusod by anything. peared last week In your columns dDout He Just waits until he thinks nobody is tips to servants gles mo an anecdoto. wntchlng him and writes them down on thnt bIiows how much the Prince of hlo cuff." Washington Star. Walos' crusade against them Is needed, says London Truth. She goes In for Nn Hope or Kellef. tomporance, liberalism, philanthropy, "How much will you tako for that Inetc. Ono of her footmen came to her fernal accordion?" demanded tho tho other day "to represent his case." citizen who thrust his head out your caso, Joseph?" sho "What Is of tho second-stor- y window." said, "I nm sure It will give mo pleasure "It wouldn't do you any good to buy to glvo you all satisfaction." It, mister," answered tho dejected musi"My case, your ladyship, lr this: cian on tho sidewalk. "I've six moro Your ladyship 'as on visits too many of 'em at home." philanthropic and psychological women And he went on playing the "Honeyand that sort of thing. Tncy glvo Biich moon March." Chicago Tribune. smnll tips that 1 feel ashamed of myself for receiving them. Tho tempcr-anc- o Muclr nt Home. o women glvo no tips nt all. I Prospective lodger Yes; I think tho they think we servants spend all our tips In drink. Formerly tho tips rocms will do. By tho wny, I hopo no piano? used to be nearly equal to tho wages. ono In tho house plays theMy Prospective landlady youngest, I counted on them continuing so. This air; but she's only a beginner. Is my 'olo caso, nnd I beg to Inform your ladyship that I speak for Jemima A Itejuvenntor. nnd Susan, the housemaids, nnd for Green, tho coachman." The Indy answered that sho feared sho must get a now set or servnuts, and that, whether sho did or not, sho would causo placards to bo posted In all tho guests' rooms to Inform them that servants wero not nl lowed to receive tips. Sho wns ready to allow, however, a small Increase In tho wages. If that was not satisfactory all might leave and at onco If thoy desired. They took her at her word. Tli-i- n. red-faced Astorbilt's owo lamb. In As Judgo Lurton of Tennessee was once going through Texas ho met an old Kentucky. Texan, who described at length tho people that had settled In his neighborhood, a largo number of them having como from Kentucky. "And there's them Kalntuckians," said he. "They're tho speakln'est peoplo I ever ceo in my life, fer a fact. Why, whenover we hev a shootln'-matc', a a weddin', cr a fun'rai, you kin Jest bet that them Kalntuckians will be thar, and afore you knows it they'll bo resospeeches till you lutions and caln't rest. To tell tho truth, Jedge, they caln't cut a watermelon without a speech." h, camp-meetln- Itrtrllmtlrtn. If I had known beforo we were married that you sworo so, I never would have married you. Tho Husband (sadly) That's what comes of being a hypocrite. Life. Wife sup-pos- riontlnc l.nuchi. "I went shooting yesterday." "What, has tho game law expired?" "Oh, yes; nothing else did, though." Chicago Record. "You say that horse Isn't afraid of anything. Can my wlfo drlvo him?" "I don't know, sir. I hao never seen your wife." Llfo. Smokeless powder has been introduced at West Point. The cadets wear It on their coat lapels for every dance. Chicago Dispatch. Tho St. Louis girl wrote: "Don't phalo to bo thar." Her Kansas City beau replied: "I will bo thar; there's no such word as phale." Inter Ocean. across comnloted the continent in an engine cab. It la tho first time on record thnt a woman has made such a Journey, and Mrs. Booth's letter of description received at tho Fourteenth street headquarters tho other day, caused no end of rejoicing: Dr. Chauncey M. Depow, who la a warm friend of the Salvationls i, made It possible for Mrs. Booth to ride in tho engine cabs over the various trunk lines to 'Frisco. Sho said: "The run from Poughkeep-bI- o to Albany would bo sevcnty-llv- o miles, and it would nrobahlv bo tho rapldest run on that Bectlon of tho road. uotn comfortably Installed on the left hand seat In tho cab. wo had a lovely and inspiring view. We wcro com pletely surrounded with windows, so that wo could soo behind, to tho side and away ahead. Our were warmed uy tne welcomo heat from tho engine, whilo fresh breezes fanned our faces and played excitedly with our bonnet strings. Tho rapid motion was exhilarating, tho view was perfect "Green lights, red lights, whlto lights, waving lanterns, lights that changed nt our approach, lights high up and low down. All was plain to tho engineer as ABC, and all producing their effect on tho great machine as his hand convoyed to it tho messaco it unniiestlnn.ihlv obeyed, yet that cnglno saw nnd un- uerstooa nothing, and paralyzo tho head and hand that cuided it and it would bo a tcrrlblo monster of destruc tion and ruin. T received a mysterious tolocram. which read as follows: 'Will meet you with hack at watering tank beyond platform.' It was dated Rnnn vrhlc.h we learned was tho next stopping place, and was signed by E. I. Ame3. Abso lute bewilderment filled our minds. Wo wero going straight through to San Francisco. Why should we be met with a hack? It was impossible to get our haggago ready, and if wo did nronnrn our baggag. who was this E. I. Ames7 'We had left tho enclno and rotirpd for sleep, when through tho window I noticed a glimmer of electric light, and shortly afterward our train slowed up at tho mysterious water tank. A fow moments later a manlv volcn shouted: 'I Mrs. Booth In this car? I wondered for a moment whether It wa3 a plan to hold U3 up at tho water tank. But peering through our curtains, In- steau or sselng masked desnoradooa with pistols in their belts, lo and behold! tho rrell known uniform of tha Salvation Array. "It was Caotain Ames In chartrn of tho forces at tho 'water tank Rt. plnnations quickly followed as to how I had not received a telegram sent to me to Aew lork asklnc us to utnn off and greet Captain Ames' corns. Tt waa too lato now to mend matters, and we wero soon speeding toward our Journey's end. San Francisco, whlnh i reached In good health." W of tho SalArmy in vation America, has written from San Francisco to tho national headquarters la Now Booth, York describa remarkable trip sho has Just ing tat Laura Gcorgo, look at SMILES BETWEEN SERMONS. gel-tin- 111 Sho (regretfully) And now they tell us klsslug must gp. Ho (Joyfully) Thon here goes! Detroit Free Press. He (waxing serious) Do you bellovo In tho truth of tho saying, "Man proposes; God disposes?" Sho (archly) It depends upon whom tho man proposes, (Mem: there's a baby In tho house to. Brookljn Life. and a bottlo of milk has been placed to He Hlgbeo would havo run through cool.) his fortuno In a year If It hadn't been First Weary Wanderer Well, Jimfor his wlfo. She How did sho pre- my, an' how does It taste? vent It? Ho Sho spent Jt herself. Second Weary Wanderer (In ecstacy) Don't speak ter me, Tom, It takes me "Yes," said tho young physician of back ihlrty years! (Falls asleep croon-lo- g aristocratic lineage, "our family has a "I would I wuz a boy agin!") motto, but I prefer not to uso It. It Is a llttlo too 8uggestlvo in my profession." Looking forward. "What is it?" "Faithful unto death." The girl pianist In the next flat who Indianapolis Journal. o "You don't object to a contributor had sprinted over tho teeth of tho box for hours at a tlmo was going dropping Into poetry onco In awhile, I to bo married. presumo?" said tho caller with an The society columns of the Sunday 3mlle. "Certainly not, Blr. Sit noeditor, pushing the papera had given It a down," replied tho wnsto basket toward him. Chicago tice Tho faco of the weary man In tho next Tribuno. Tramp I understand that a pocket-boo- k flat lighted up with Joy, but as ho containing $20,000 has been found looked out of tho window and saw a tlred-oyewoman wheeling In a peramon tho street and you havo got It here. proof bulator a fat, husky baby, charged full I lost It. Police Justice What of holler, cow's milk, baby food and havo you got that you lost It? Tramp This big hole In my pocket. Texas ugliness, his faco hardened, and ho hissed between his clenched teeth: "ReSittings. Magistrate You aro charged with venge!" Minneapolis Journal. rushing up to this young lady and kissing her against her will, and I senSurprised. Prisoner Tho chargo Sho said my lovo sho could not heed, tence you to Is truo, y'r honor; but sho had been Sho couldn't consent to bo my mato eaten onions. Magistrate Then I Until I did some noblo deed, you to kiss her again. Now York Or carried out some project great. Weekly. And though I spoke my love anew Sho treated mo scornfully Storekeepers In China seldom glv Whit greater thing, pray, could. I do credit. If their patrons need money Than ask tho maid to marry me? they borrow It of the money lenders. Life. Tld-Blt- s. tor-turlo two-stickful "MiyQ d sen-ten- co Will he bite? George Bite? If ho'a a dog of any Judgment, Lxura, he'll try to eat you! Get out, you bruto! Chicago Tribune. "I'd like to sell you a good wheel-o- nly been used a month; 1895 model, " "No uso to try. pneumatic tires I've a pneumatic pocketbook." Indianapolis Journal. Mrs. Sweot Do you nd It economMrs. ical to do your own cooking? Burnem Oh, yes; my husband doesn't cat half as much ns when we had a cook. YonkerB Statesman. Bobby What Is tho difference between aqua and water? Paw The druggist will show you, my son, that tho dlfferenco is merely tho price Syracuso Post. "Do you call Peary's latest expedition to tho Arctic regions a successful ono?" asked Hlland. "I do," replied Haklet. "He's got back alive." Pittsburg Chronicle Telegraph. "Never," began th.0 philosophical drummer, "never marry a woman with a square, protruding chin." "I novcr do," said tho drummer from Chicago. IndlanapolU Journal. Fuddy Thero goes Widow Grimes. A great woman, that; always looking Duddy Always out for number one. looking out for number two, you mean. Boston Transcript. "No, no; I wouldn't daro to have my husband help when wo move." "Why not?" "Ho's a depot baggageman, you know, and he'd be sure to forget himself." Chicago Record. "Ho didn't havo tho sand to propose, "Yes, but sho redid he, Bessie? Sho said that whilo h jected him. had tho sand to propose, he didn't hav tho rocks to marry." Harper's Bazar. "Papa, I know what I'm going to buy Cor your next birthday." "Well, what?' "A nice painted shaving mug." "Bui f. havo n nice one now." "Oh, I've Jusl broken that." Fllgondo Blaetter. that dog! Kzpt'imlro Mistake. When legal papers are served by mall tho postago must bo prepaid in full to make the service valid. The offlco boy of a prominent Broadway Arm a few days ago put a stamp on a letter containing the summons and complaint In a caso and mailed it to the defendant's counsel. Tho postago was 2 cents short and tho defendant's counsel, after paying tho additional 2 cents, was In a position to claim Judgment by defnult, on tho ground that ho had not been legally served. The plaintiff's attorney Immediately got an order to show causo why the default should not be opened. Thero was a long argument in court and several lengthy affidavits wero submitted. Tho case was Anally reopened upon payment by tho plaintiff of $30 costs. Thus the tlmo of tho court for nearly two hours, ?30 and costs, and tho fees of two leading lawyers were mado necessary to correct a mistake of 2 cents by an offlco boy. Surely. Chollle Youah daughtah has consented to mawy mo, an er I'd like t know if thero is any insanity In your family? Old Gentleman (emphatically) Thero must bo! Truth. Teacher Can any ono explain how tho world Is divided? Willie (with very important air) Between them that's got It and them that would llko to have It. Harper's Round Table. "You sneered Tho swelled Divided. aro nothing but a bag of wind," tho circus Cent: balloon, In Its visibly. Indignation, "At least," It retorted, "I am Indianapolis Journal. MrB. Wayupp That new servant girl Is going to get married very soon. Mr. Wayupp Eh, why do you think BO? Mrs. Wayupp N. Y. Weekly. Sho Is too good to last. wlne-aho- p very three houses. In Paris there Is a for SUPPLEMENT TO THE jiLTD uv SEMI-WEEK- LY INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KY. with proper authority for those purposes, but it is not olothod with proper authority to conduct a banking bushiest, and tho longer it is required to conduct such a bnsinoss tho greater will be tho injury to tho Government and to tho pooplo. Noolmugo that enn be mado in our ourrenoy systom will nffbrd tho roliof to which tho Government ami the pooplo aro ontitlod unless it provides for the retirement and cancellation of tho ? legal tonder Unitod States nolo. less than this will bo simply a palliative, and not a euro, for tho financial ills to which tho country is now subject. Tho eirenhtion of legal tonder Unitod States notes nnd Treasury notos has a tondonoy to drivo out of uso and out of tho country tho very coin in which tho Government is compelled to rodoem thorn ; nnd it has millions of dollars from our bordors. Although tho Government nnd our pooplo aro compelled to thorn, thoy will not disohargo international obligations, and gold must go out to settlo all final balances Any-thinro-coi- uom paiuies. 0AELI3LE AGAIN DI80U3SE3 LEGISLATION. TlNAtf-OIA- L C0XVIXCIXH AltUUMKNTS. Theso With Prosperity Hnvo IndefiOolnajc. nitely Postponed Tho campaign of education which has beon oarriod on in favor of sound monoy has oxerlod a great itiiluoncoto Bet baok tho sijvorites. The advocates of fr4 coinngo cam a first in tho Hold nnd mindntod the country with their heresies. Probably thoro nover was n book on finance that had suoh a circulation as tho volnmo entitled "Coin's Finanoial School." It was filled with special plot line?, false Htatomonts anil erroneous conclusions; but it nd dressud itself to tho sentimental part of human natiiro, an it presents n instance of penult carried away by a fal.so sentimentality in a matter where only hard facts and cold reason should govorn. When nt last tho a Ivoeates of sound monoy got into tho contest, thoy rapidly began to oxort an lnlluonoc. It has been Raid that rarely has any question boon presontod to a country papor-covorr- d 1 Legal I'cnilcr Notes a Monaco to Prosperity They Sap tho IAfc or Our Treasury Always llolntr In (Sold Hut Never Redeemed Can Ho Gotten Kid of Only by regulation Treasury Never IiitentltMl Tor n Hank. Secrotary Carlisle doliverod nuother ablo and sound mid r ess on tho currency question at tho annual banquet of tho ctl "Two years ago I had tho honor to attend your annual banquot and to mako somo remarks in tho courso of which I Raid thnt tho disposition and ability of tho Government to maintain its own credit at tho highest standard, and to presorvo tho integrity of all the forms of ourronoy in circulation nmoug tho people, could not bo MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, III., in.-Vagi to Mrs. Ford-'- Go reasonably doubted and ought not to against us. No othor Govcrnmont in tho world bo tho subject of fnrthor controversy. to now ; we'll teach him to know turtles from jays." Sinco that declaration was mado is roquired to supply gold from its Falstaflf "Hnvo I lived to bo carried in a basket liko a barrow of bore, interost-boarinbonds to tho Tronsury to disohargo tho private butcher's offal, and to bo thrown in tho Thames ?" amount of $1(32, 315,400 havo boon obligations of its citizens, ami no Govissued to procure gold for tho redemp- ernment ought to bo roquired to do SHALL CHANGE. "MOSEY AT COST." tion of United States notes and Treas- so. But tho maintenance nt par of tho ury notes, and tho obligations of tho United States notos and Treasury Tho "dollar of tho daddies" is in a A favorito Populist argument in Govornmont on account of tho notes notos compels tho Govornmont of tho bad way sinco November 5. Tho rag support of fiat monoy ij tho assortion still remain tho sanio as at tho begin- Unitod Stntes not only to furnish gold baby of the grccnbaokcrs will bo that by issuing greenbacks the Gov- ning. Tho notes aro rcdeotnod, but to pay theprivato debts of its own citknocked out just as neatly wben it ernment furnishes monoy at the mero thoy aro unoaid, and if our legislation izens abroad, but to furnish ittoovory gets big enough to go to tho polls. Tho cost of printing the notos. It is, there- is not changed, no matter how often foreign Nation nnd to tho subjects of American peoplo want neithor tho out fore, urged that a much largor o thoy may bo presonted and redeemed any foreign Nation whonovor thoy silver standard nor tho of Government paper currency hereafter, thoy will remain unpaid. If wnut it for any purpose, and, in order foundling. Gold is good should bo issuod, so that overybody this polioy of rodomption and roissuo to procure it for them, wo must from enough for them. can havo enough monoy without hav- is continued, tho interest-bearintimo to timo increase tho publio dobt ing to pay interest. debt will bo greatly incroascd, while by sales of bonds. Liko all other schemes for making Tho faot that tho Govornmont is dobt will not According to tho ropulist and something out of nothing, tho idea bo in tho least diminished. to borrow monoy for this or preBs tho formers and working-methat good monoy can bo had for tho Tho disadvantages of suoh a system for any othor purposo is an injury to were all in favor of tho fifty-cecost of printing it is wholly a deludollar, and wero eager to got a chanco sion. It originates in tho beliof that nro so obvious that it is hardly necessary its credit nnd tho credit of its peoplo, to show their faith in tho white mstal. what men want is money, whoroas, to cnumernto them. Tho Government but tho injury resulting from this iu But when Election Day camo tho overyouo except a fow misers want tho hasjindertnkon to kcop an unlimited causo is iuHignifioautwould comparison follow nu amount of circulating notes equal in with the ruin that boasted hosts of tho silver army were property or scrvicos which monoy will value to gold coin, and, at tho sumo abandonment of the reservo while tho nowhoro to ho found. Candidates buy. In itself monoy satisfies no hufavoring free ooinngo wero nominated man desiro, but being readily accept- timo, it has no legal authority to com-p- notos nro outstanding; for all our currency would thus bo rodtiood to tho anybody to give it gold in by the Populists in nearly every Stato ed for nil forms of wealth, it greatly for tho notcp, or to. pay gold silver standard. in which elections wero hold, and tho on any domnnd duo it. Tho obligation But tho United Status legal tender robber bankers ami gold bugs wero is all on ono sido and tho power is nil notos will remain to complioato tho denounced in tho good old style. Tho theories that tho Govourronoy systom and embarrass tho on tho other. Strangely enough, from a cheap ernment can crcato monoy by Although the amount of United Government until the people, through of view, tho dear peoplo money point placing its stamp upon paper States notes is fixed at $IUG,uSl,000, their representatives in Congres-s- , did not ruth to vote for tho silveritcs, and the amount of Treasury uotoa out- agreo upon somo plau by which they or other material, that a cruelly ignored their existence. but standing is a littlo over $140,000,000, can bo rotire and somo othor form of logislativo enactment can currency substituted in their place, at yet tho total amount that may bo make GO cents equal to 100 for rede.nptiou is unlimited, least so far as tho necessities of tho "Gold," shrieked tho army of offico cents, that artificially inflated because there is no restriction as to country may require such substituseeking orators, "is tho monoy of tho tho number of times (ho uanio note tion. prices, paid in a dopreciatod rich. Silver is tho monoy of tho peoIn my opinion legislation in this dimay bo returnod to the Treasury and ple." Considering that tho great macurrency, are better for tho exehnuged for gold. rection at tho earliest possiblo day is jority of tho peoplo voted against peoplo than natural prices, Our legal staudard of valuo is as imperatively demanded by every submore silver monoy, it is in order for paid in a sound currency, sound as that of nny country in tho stantial intorost iu the country, ami tho freo coinage advocates to explain and various other vagaries world, nnd if wo had such a currency its postponement upon any protoxt "of why tho money of tho rich was presystem as would certainly guuranteo political expediency, or upon the asnow floating liko bubbles in ferred to tho oheaper metal. Can it bo its pbrraanont maintenance no Govern- sumption in advance that no satisfacpossiblo that Americans aro so lost to tho political atmosphere, nro ment or peoplo would command a tory result can bo accomplished, would all tho traditions of their country, as all directly attributablo to tho larger orodit or rcnlizo greater bene- be, to say the least, a vory gravo misexpounded by repudiationists and enuse of fits from it than o.rs; but tho great take. emies of capital, that thoy are willing, investors of tho world appreciate tho There is no other single subject paper. Hon. John G, oven anxious, to get rich? If this is difficulties under which we aio labor- upon whioh there is ho littlo real conreally the case the cause of tho PopuCarlisle, Nov. 19, 1895. ing, and until those difficulties aro re- flict of interest among our citizens. Iu lists is hopeless. Thoir gospel teaohes moved wc cannot reasonably hopo to tact it coucerns tho material wolf nro of that poverty is a virtuo and wealth a facilitates tho process of bartering seo perfect contidenco restored at all tho people, of tho men who work crime. for wages and oxpoud thoir earnings ono kind of goods for nnothor. Tho homo or abroad. Every studont of monotary science for tho uocessarics of lifo no less than value of monoy is, theroforc, tho quanSo long as freo coinngo was merely and every practical man of business tho men who livo by trade or on the a matter o! speculative disoussion con- tity of useful articles it can bo for. In tho caso of paper knows that the fundamental vico iu profits of invested capital. cerning questions upon whioh so called currency same our currency systom is tho legal ton lor authorities differed, it was tolnrated as that of its valuo should bo tho to tho coin in which it is bo note, redeemable in coin by tho by many persons who wero too lazy or redeemed. True Te.it nt Ke.il Money. and reissnablo under tho law. indifferent to oppose it. The belief 1 do not think that flat monoy will Since monoy is tho representative Thoro are other defects, but this is that free silver was a hugo joke, liko or tho means by which fundamental and radical, and threntons answer just as well as fiat silver. Tho perpetual motion or tho elixir of life, of wealth, bo procured, it is evident tho stability of tho whole volnmo of latter is at least worth 50 cents on tho a good subject for newspaper wealth can mado it So long as these notes dollar. But tho suggestion discloses that its answer is ontitlod to tho sumo oar enrroncy. wit and country store argument. Peo- roturn for its uso that is given for tho are outstanding tho slightest diminu- tho intimate relationship betweou tho plo said : "There's nothing in this freo tion of tho coin reserve authorized by greenback craze nnd tho silvo movecoinngo agitation, but tho fellows uso of any other form of capital. If ment. Nor do I agree that-ththo shapo of talking it up aro amusing cusses. wealth in improved lands, machinery, law for their redemption at ouco and that's a feeling of approhonsion of oithcr gold, silver or paper, buildings, otc, can bo Lot 'em spout." So thoy spouted and loaned nt fivo or six par cent, interest, distrust in tho public mind, assets is as "redemption monoy" or as tho shouted, and thoy wroto many thoy it would bo manifestly unfair to tho tho values of all our seotiritms, cur- free si'vor advocates aro wont to say, dolarticles, all to show that fifty-ceowners of suoh property to tako it tails investments and moro or less "tho monoy of nltimato redemption." lars wero the only thing which could seriously embarrasses jill tho business Thoro is no such thing as money being savo tho country from calamity and from them at a morel' nominal rato affairs of tho people. usod f r redemption except whero of interest, or for no interest at all. ruin. How much has boon lost to our peo- good monoy or valuable monoy is used If tho Govcrnmont issues legal tender to rodconi poor monoy or promises of notce which must bo accepted in ex- plo on account of unavoidable fluctuaWhen it was seen thatsomo doludcd change for wealth, it practically com-pol- s tions in tho reservo it is impossible to monoy. Tho uso of monoy is to stand peoplo were taking tho joko seriously, property owners to part with so state, but nil classes havo suffered as tho medium through which exand that candidates wero runniug for much wealth as may bo ropresentod moro or loss from tho offoots of these changes of commodities can bo made. offico on a platform of repudiation of by tho notes. Woro tho wishos of tho fluctuations upon tho markots for Tho value of monoy consists only in debts, debased currency, and financial greenbackers carried out, and monoy products, upon wages and upon tho tho facility with which it is itsolf ohaos, tha mild toloration of tho sil- furnishod to all who wanted it at tho values of all kinds of proporty ; and, in the things that it will ver heresy suddenly ceased. Sensi- cost of printing, tho result would bo consequently, tho condition of that buy. That, and that only, is ultimate ble men stopped laughing at tho antics tho partial robbery of everyone who fund IB a subject of constant attention redomptioa; aud, just as in tho exof tho freo coinage clowns, and plain- had accumulated any property. That and anxioty throughont tho country. change of poor money for good monoy, ly declared that tho comedy had gono it would not conllsoato all proporty With an almost constant drain upon so in tho oxohange of monoy for Business had already would bo duo to tho onormous infla- it, with frequent and suddon domands goods, that nltimato re.lemption is far enough. been injured by the threats of a mone- tion of prices whioh would follow an for very largo sums for hoarding or most successful which rodooms it by tary royolution, capitalists refusing attompt to establish a Populist finan- for export, and with no cortaiu means offering for it tho greatest amount of to invest their money so long as thoro cial systom. If tho experiment of un- of replenishing it, except by sales of goods in exchange, and thus vindiwas oven tho slightest danger of tho limited greenbacks wero triod for any bonds, it is absolutely impossible to cates most thoroughly tho quality of silver standard replacing gold. Pub-li- length of time, tho currency would maintain tho reservo at any fixod tho money. Hon. John DoWitt Warsentiment demanded a prompt re- becomo as worthless as that of tho Into amount, nnd, therefore, impossiblo to ner. pudiation of all unsound money Confederato Government. keop tho public constantly assurod of schemes and tho endorsement of tho Tho real cost of monoy is tho valuo financial stability and safety. gold standard on whioh the country's of tho wealth which it represents. THE TREASUIIV HnOULD NOT BE A BANK. Tho variety and abundanco business and financial interests are There is no possible way in whioh In attempting to provido a circuof our resources, tho skill based. good monoy cm bo had tor the mcro lating medium consisting of its own and enterprise of our pooplo, notos, redoemablo in coin on presentronblo of printing it. tation, and roissuablo after rodompand tho charaoter of our soSharp and clear came tho answer. Unappreciated Silver Leaders. tion the Govornmont of tho Unitod cial and political institutions Tho pooplo wero aroused and there Not many months ago "Coin" was States is ongagod in a business for was no doubt as to their position. fully justify tho beliof that, whioh it wholly unfitted, and which wore askod by tho silver mine waxing wealthy by tho prodigious sale was noveris for a moment Thoy if we had assurod financial contemplated owners and their agents to elect men of his fantastic "School," and wher- by its founders. stability, tho surplus capital favored tho unlimited coinago of ever he appeared to mako u speech who It has a right to borrow monoy nnd of other countries would flow there was a ooncourso liko that ovoked all silver brought to tho mints, at a issue ovidoncos of tho nnd it in a steady stream to our of 1G to 1. Thoy wero told that by a prima donna. A fow nights ago a right to coin monoy dobt, rogulato has ratio and tho country was being ruined by tho ho was to speak m tho Opera Houso at valuo that is, to doolaro what tho its shores, aud wo wonld soou bo o gold standard, and unbounded wealth Ashland, Wisconsin, provided that not in a position not only greatly values of tho motals shall bo in and prosperity was promised if tho less than 200 tickots woro sold. Whon the coinago but it was never contemto incroaso our domostio prodollar was mado worth only fifty tho time arrived not nearly that small plated that it should convert iieelf numbor of persons had bought tickets ductions and trade, but to cents. On tho other hand tho advoa bank of issuo nnd furnish a lecates of a sound currency urged tho to hear him demolish tho "gold bugs," intotonder paper currency for tho uso a controlling influouoo on gal rojection of the silveritcs and their and tho fow who wero present wero in- of the people. It has no department tho trado of tho world. eohemo; pointed out all tho ovih vited to step up to tho box office and or ngonoy properly organized or Hon. John G. Carlisle, Nov. which must certainly follow tho adop- got thoir money baok. A freo silver equipped for tho transaction of such 19. 1895. tion of free coinago and demanded meeting lately called for a town in business, evon if this wero a legitimato held .tho maintenanco of our present honest Alabama was not is becanso no one Governmental functon. 'dollar. Wherever tho issuo was mado went to it, and it ropoited now that Tho Treasury Dopartmont ought to tho popular vordiotwas overwhelming-J- Senators Morgan and Ptigh aro con- be, nnd was intended to be, simply a Silver Prices am! Weddings. sidering with other Democrats of tho against free silver and for sound public agoncy for tho management of "Como around next week Saturday, Stato the propriety of stopping tho monoy. Hawkins. My wifo nnd I nro going to freo silver campaign thoy instituted tho fiscal affairs of tho Govornmont only a few days ago. Journal of Com- as a Government, not a bank for tho celobrato our Bilvor wodding." "Silcollection and disbursement of tho ver woddiug? Why, you haven't boon Tho ono lesson that tho Democratic merce. public revenues for publio purposes, married moro than twolvoyoar3." "I party cannot fail to draw from tho Tho silveritcs nro now moro than and or tlm Minervision and control of know it; but silver has dopreciatod. elections is not to monkey with tho freo silver buzz saw. Atlanta ever convinced that tho tail cannot such other cxecutivo matters as might It's only worth twclvo whero it usod Life, wag tho doc Louiavillo (K,Y.) Post. bo intrusted to it by law. It is clothed to hi twonty-flvo.- " Journal. Mrs. g vol-umof-da- to fiat-mone- New York Chamber of Gommorco on Novembor 19. Ko said in part: y g thoncu-intorest-beariu- g to n nt that a Tho proposition promise of tho Govornmont to pny monoy is monoy is just as absurd as tho proposition .that n promiso to n horso is n horse, nnd yet thoro aro eminent men high in the publio councils who boliovo that the Unitod States promissory note is nctnal money and thnt tho ntntuto which compels tho pooplo to recoivo it as actual money is Constitutional and ought to be continued iu forco. Hon. John G. Carlisle, Nov. 19, 1895. do-liv- .Money a Product ol Kvolullrni. Money is thn product ot evolution, a result of the n?os, Tho bolter has) gradually crowded tho worst out ol Our own history forms no existence. exooption to this rule, for although our colonial nncastors for a timo wont hack to a system almost, as rudo aa that of iho Homeri'o period, thoy eventually abandoned it and rosumod metallm money, which always sorved as a mental standard, ovon whon it was not a legal one. It is difficult now to understand why thoy onduron Iho burden of bad money so long. Thoro is evi lonot) showing that th taxpayers and the "debtor elms" wantod to have a variety of monoy as. Nothwell as a areat quantity of it. ing could be moro abundant than tho crops of wheat, corn, tobacco and rice, vet it dons not appear lrom tho colouial rooords that oithor taxpayer or debtors as a wholo gaino.l any advantage from this nlmndanoo nor that Iu thoy woro at all satisfied with it. fact, laws wero frequently passed m Virginia to navo thorn from tho oppression ot being obligod to pay tobacco, and not infrequently roliof was granted by enabling them to pay silver instead. Horace .White, ii "Monoy nnd Banking." ol 1 pro-sonte- long-continu- legal-tend- er Gov-rao- nt ox-cit- es truo-positio- nt moro completely nnd with moro ability than has tha question of silver boen presented to our people. It must be admitted that the free Bilvor advocates havo uthvistod ovary argument and nppcalod to every interest The farmer nnd tho meand passion to induce belie' in tho chanic must be fro to uso jnstico of thoir cause. On tho other hand, tho President, tho Secretaries the very host tools aud imof tho Treasury, of the Interior and plements, nnd the merchant of Agriculture, Congress man Patternnd bankor must oo free to son and othor statesmen, havo filled uso tho vory best monov and argutho country with convincing An ments; scholars, statisticians aud instruments of credit. publicists have added demonstration honokt nnd stable moasuro of and proof; associations of citizens in vnltio is just as nccossary to Chicago, Now York aud other places both as nro honest nnd stable havo helped to mako n correct knowlmeasures of weights and finanedge of the laws governing our cial problems ncco.siblo to evory one. qualities, and it roquiroa uo Tho Chamber of Commerce of Now argument to show that withYork City and tho Sound Currency out thoso it wonld bo imposCommittee of tho Reform Club maysible to transact tho ordinary be mentioned as among tho most acbusiness of tho country. agouts in this diffusion of knowltive edge. Hon. John G. Carlisle, Nor. Then tho tiress in mauy localities 19, 189G. took up tho subject nnd discussed it with clearness, ability and such simplicity of language as to mako tho principles involved plain to plain poo- - ' Punishing Honest Money" Men. plo. In this work tho Picayune has "The causo of silver in indefinitely boon mobt devoted nnd active in plao- - j postponed." sadly comments the ing fncts nnd arguments boforo tho ' Salt Lake Iforald (Dom.) in its pooplo, and, as corroct information has roviow of tho returns. Tho Salt Lako been diffused among tho mnvnw, thoy Tribuno (silvor Bop.) "sincoroly dehavo faithfully respoudod by giving! plores" tho result in Kontuoky, thoir favor and voices in favor of sound it is not a logitimato Bopublicnu monoy. victory nt all. It was brought about It must not bo torgottcn that tho by nu unholy alliance between Bopub-Mean- s roturn of prosperity has had a great and Cleveland an I Carlislo Demdeal to do with tho restoration of ocrats. It was not intended to uphold among the people. Thoy hnvo Republican principle, but it was to realized that tho present riso in cotton punish eomo houost mon who boliovo nnd other products has been canned iu honest monoy" by "honost sololy by tho smaller crops and tho in monoy" meaning froo silver. creased demand, and that tho bullion : t. ....!.. ui nutui i. uutuiuj; uu unriu i.. it.: iu mil tiuuu r Utile Miss Muftot. do with tho matter. It so happened L that tho pricos of silver, whont nnd cotton wont down together; but now wheat and cotton havo gono up, while silver remains whore it was, showing thnt tho doclino in thoso nrtiolos was only a coincidence, nnd nothing moro. Siuco it is not likely that thoro will bo nnothor finanoial panio for tho next ton years, thoro will bo time enough to adjust tho ourronoy question aud tho whole monoy problem, and in all likelihood tho Bilvor question will soon coaso to bo a publio issue of any conNow Orleans Picayune. sequence. pro-silv; The Prosperous- Southern Farmer. Aro the farmers complaining thi year? If thoy aro wo do not hoar thoir complaints. Tho roport that come from all parts of tho South are that tho farmers nro unusually Thoy Siova raised an abun-- ' danco of food orops aud Uiov aro a good price for their cotton. And tho money they are getting for thoir cotton is sound monoy. It it not such mmior at they would recoivo if the financial views of Crisp, of thin Stat, an I Senators Morgan and Pimh. of Alabama, should prevail. A dollar now buys a great doal of the iiecoasaritw o' life. If wo had freo silver coinago the dollar that would Vie in circulation would buy only about half of what the dollar will now buy. - Savannah New. pros-porou- s. got-tin- g er "bo-caus- e con-fidonc- o -- I -- o Morgan's Call to Arms. Sonator Morgan, of Alabama, has said a great many foolish things sinco he went wild on the Hilver question, but in his speech nt Tuscaloosa last Saturday ho beat his own record. Tho local silver organ reports Senntor Morgan as Haying that "unless tho present policy is nbandonod the young men in tho audience would livo to seo tho pooplo iu opon robollion against Littlo Miss MnlTet Hat on a tulTet, KatliiR curds aail whoyi When 'long oamu a spider And sat down bwltlo bar. And Miss MulToi away. rol-ativ- ox-e- rt y ro-ce- nt tho freo silver fronzy. Senator Morgan, so far as wo know, is tho only freo silvorito who has callod his followers to arms. A war for fifty conl dollars would indeed be a novelty and if it comes on wo havo no doubt tho bollicoso Senator from Alabama will at ouco bo mado com mandor-in-chieof tho froo silver forces and win immortal renown on the bloody Hold. Wo hope, however, that Tho Thanksgiving turkoy has gono hostilities will bo dolayod until after tho way of the freo silvoritos tho Atlanta Exposition. Atlanta Jour- "through a slaughter houso to an open. nal. Crave." f their Government." This outburst followed a long denunciation of tho financial polioy of tho Administration nnd after it camo tho horoio assurance of tho Senator thut "ho would not rosign, but wonld dio boforo ho would contributo by his voto to tighton tho yoko around tho nooks of the splendid mon of Alabama." Mook heroic4,'bf this character do not become a man of Senator Morgan's age and experience, but thoy nddod in this instanco to tho complotonoss of ono of tho most ridiculous .speeches we havo heard of in tho ontiro run of Credit and Money. "To tho quostion, 'Is thoro gold enough iu tho world to do tho world's business?' tho iiuhesitating answer is 'Yes.' Tho real ourronoy of a ooun-tr- y is not limitod by its gold. Ita circulating medium is in tho forms of crodit, tho many dovioos--notchooks, drafts, bills of oxohnngo dosiguod to roplaoo tho uso of othor monoy. 'This is tho real volumo of a country's ourrenoy, and by this moth-o- d of National and international bookkeeping, is oarriod on uinoty-flv- o por cent ot the world's commorco. It it madoquato only when orodit is disturbed, nnd credit is disturbod only when tho stiver men thrcaton to overturn tho stablo foundation ou whioh all these forms of orodit nro basod, and without' which their circulation would of necessity bo largely impaired." Jo.soph Dana Miller in Magazino, Nov. 1895. o3 Don-ahoo- 's i ' iialn.il if ir.lnrf ,ay. .... 1.1 " . ..l , I. I,.f, l.l'llj, . Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1895 Born, to tho wife Rlrl. -- .- of s Ike Phillips, ...! a Now don't fail to read Banks', tho Jew . eler, big ad. ? Stanford, Kt., Decbmiikh 21, You want a fauuy bit of China it from Dauks. Oat E. C. Walton, Business Manager You can bavo no idea how cheap and bow Rood everything in our jo welery and BilverwarPBtoctc is. Call and be convinced. Venny'a Diuk and Jewelry Store. PERSUrtAt POINTS. HUSTONVILLE, KY. A home school for the higher education of young ladies. The Spring Term of this old, well known and deservedly popular Institution will in winter wraps ob per. open Monday, Jan. 20, 1896. Besides the regular College classes, Brpohk purchasing Thb prettiest calendar as usual comes special Normal Classes will be organized for the benefit of young Latain prices at Shankn'. I wiLLgrindcorn meal every Friday from 0. 1. Hood & Co., the great sarsapa-rill- dy Teachers, who may wish to review the branches usually required in men of Lowell, Mass. Ciiiiistmab goodB nt very low prices morning with my now crusher. Joe in the Common Schools and special instruction given in Pysychology, Willhnan, Jumbo. now at Farris & Hnrdln's. W. H. Wrarkn & Co , paid the $25 li- Methods of Teaching, School Discipline, Elocution and Physical CulBoard and tuition lor term of 20 weeke S70. For further par Fori Rrnt. Cottage on Logan Ave. Rkmkmiibh, boys, that if you want a cense to bhII fire crackers, &c, and have a ture. celebration. ticulars and Catalogues address tailor made suit you can get the be6t and big supply for after Jan. Int. S. 1'. Stagg. B. J. PINKERTON, President. Nbw and beautiful line of carpets at Withers A Hocker's. Makb the editor a Xmaa gift by pay ing for your paper. Wk will make our promises good in aU we advertise. Try and you will know it too. Penny's Drugstore. Central Christian College 99KSf One moro week to sell goods cheap, . A iiohsx was Btolen from Dr. P. W. buy $15 worth of goods this week and " Logan. See notice of reward in this pa get a $3 Bible free. C. D. Powell. a t's Mn.A.T. Nunnkllky spend the holldnje. Mhb. Iflon band to Clothing at about cost nt Shanks'. Tho stock is being closed out. 100 quicxeat service at Shanks'. Mies GhwsTiK Biudlky will visit the MiweH Warren this week. Gkowiu Elus, of Hustonvillo, is clerk, log in the Louisville Store. Miss UklkN TnuitMONU is visiting Mrs. A. E. Gibbons in Danville. Miss Jicsam Buowk, of the West End, Is visiting Mrs. Jno. M. Hill. Mit-Katb Waddle, of Somerset, la visiting Miss Sue Willie Halo. Misais Lucilk Mikkkkr and Eva are home from Georgetown Col Lnm-mere visiting relatives hero. J. D. HotnaKMAN, ol Lebanon, is lepe. JUv. S. M. Looan left for Richmond yeatertlay to spend Xtnas with his homo-folk- s. Mh. Max Salikokr and wife, of Louis villi, are Kuestsof Mr. and Mrs. P. D. I Liner. W. E. McAfee, of Lincoln county, is registered at the Willard. Courier- - Journal, Mim Jknmk M. Wmi wont to the holidays. MibsKatbThomi-som, lUt-rodsbu- rg Saturday to remain until after of Frankfort, is spending the Xtnas holidays with Msa Eltie D. Root. Mb. (J. E. Cox, of Louisville, arrived Sunday to spend Xmaa with Dr. and Mrs. O. A. Cox. Mbssks. T. H.Shamkr, Richard Bush and Will llocker aro over from Kentucky University. Mjw Mauy Cowkh left for her homo at Batavla, 0., Saturday to spend Chriit-xuwith;her people. Natii McKikhky, who is attending the Ouicago College of Dental Surgery, is at home for the holidays. Mis AnnirStrauu waa unanimously elected m one of the organists at the Baptist church Sunday. MusMahy ilABKia is spending the holidaya with har relative, Mrs. Judge Kindrlck, at Someraet. Miss Ahnib Hays, of Tezaa, after a visit to (rienda in Carlisle, ia again with Mr. and Mra. J. 0. Hays. Tub Louisville Time reproduced the Interior Joubnal e picture of Miss hi len Owsley and did it well. Mrs. John B. Mersiioh and her two Nellie and Katie, are daughters, all down with aevere colds. Job Kmdrt baa sufficiently recovered from his sovere spell of typhoid fever to pay his respects to bis friends in town. Miihes IIbttib and Nannie Bkccb Wrarbx went over to Lexington yeater day to visit their aunt, Mra. J. II. Stepaa Tub regular election of ofHcera of Stanford Lodgo F. A A. M. for tho ensuine Ladius' fHsciiiatora and boys' caps in Tub bottom fallen out of prices at year will be held Friday next, 27th, at 2 various colors, qualities and prices, W. Shanks' on capes and jackets which Rio p. M. All members aro requested to be U. Shanks. of the latest styles and the best of quali- present. A. V. Sizemore, W. M. Ouu prices aro lower than anybody's. ties. See them and price them and you Wb have it straight that Dr. W. F. Cost or otherwise. Feo for yourself. will certainly buy them. Scott, of Somerset, Gov. Bradley's brother-in-Danka, the Jeweler. will be appointed superinm Comb and buy some of our home made law, Danks, tho Jeweler, is doing a rush- comforts, blankets, table Bets, portierre?, tendent of the Lexington Lunatic Asying buslners, tho tine stock aud low pri- lace curtains, towels, napklnn, handker- lum. For this reason Mr. Ethelbert D. ces being trade winners. chiefs, clothing or Bometblng useful for Scott, bis son, will not be made private mm m secretary to it your frieuds for Xraas. Seo ad. Hughes wouldn't do tothe governor, For Rent. Most desirable etore-roo- m take the whole family in A Tate. out of the wet. in town for rent. Gash trade already established. Dr. W. N. Craig. Madagascar by Rev. Thk lecture on At high noon yesterday, W. J. GilMr. Mevt-rat tho Christian church web bert, night porter at the St. Asapb, and La dibs' Mackintoshes of double textlargely attended and proved most inter Mies na Salter, an accomplished ure, waterproof, odorless and durable at ojtliif. but as each person was left colored echool teacher, were married at the correct prices at Shanks'. to contribute what he chose, a great the bride's paronts, Mr. and Mra. Armp Pkoi'Lb nlways tlud money for Ghriot-ma- s uiun chose to give nothing, so but $12 Salter, by Rev. S. M. Logan, after which trix, if nothing else. Our dealers was raised, much less than at Crab Or- the bridal pair left for London.the former toll us that they haya enjoyed an unus- chard. home of the groom and then to Atlanta. Miss Annie May Stewart and Barnes ually good trade. Mrr, Williams were the attendants. Hrld. Jesse Belden, who stole m m iii Miss Katb Blai.n tells us that tho De- B. W, Givens' diamond pin, waa brought The managers of the Opera House are cember draft has arrived and the teach hero Friday by Policeman Miller and era can get their money on presentation lodged in jail. The next day ho waived trying to arrange for a date with The examination and was hold in $100 bail. Schubert Symphony Club and Lady of their certificate. Thn boy made a full confession and the Quartette and will do so if sufficient en Rrmkmiibr our cloaiug sale is still in pin was finally secured from Private Po- couragement ia given The guarantee is full blast and we are crowded all day. liceman Browning, who had given him high and it is hoped that our lovers of So if you secure any of our bargains you music will assist by calling at McRoberts' $2 for it. Browning's action in the matmust como at once. Hughes A Tate. ter shows that he ought to be In the pen Drug Store and giving earnest of their intention to attend. Everybody who t A TRAMi-ahoat Conductor Ben Dur- itentiary, instead of drawing pay to knows the troupe Bays it Ib the best of watch Louisville men'a houses. ham of tho Cincinnati Southern, when the kind on the road. he ordered him otT of his train, the ball Killbd. Mr. J. W. Perrin, who was Thb ladies of the Christian chnrch grazing the sldo of his face and the pow- In East Bernstadt at the time, tells us der badly burning him. Durham purwho worked with will give a reception at Mr. W. P. Tate's Jeweler. . 0 Courtesy, lino mock and low prices, that's what Bells our goods. Danka, the H you visit Craig Lot of lessoned boxing foralo at 75c feet, .loo Williaian, Jumbo. Don't buy your Chriotmns goods until m & Hocker's chbu house, I havk received from the South, a shipment of long loaf yellow pine fljor ing, and ceiling, aud will make prices lower tliau ban over beon ofldred here. A. 0. Sine. . Our accounts aru now all ready and we ehall expect everyone to do his duty, that is to pay, and after Jan, 1 all books will be closed as we ore closing out, A bon of John Wesley Gooch, of tho Kingsville section, accidentally shot himself in the arm Sunday rendering amputation necessary. -- BIG- Tub weather baa been bright and unusually pleasant and tho prospect io for a creen ChrlHtmas. YestPrday's predictions were "threatenine, with rain Tues day, stationary temperature." REDUCTIONS I -- In all our lines to- - Hughes it Tate. hi Holiday Stock. e REMOVAL After Jan. I, 1896, we will be found in Danks, the Jeweler. ! the two store-rooms- m a . Under Odd Fellows' Hall, With a Large Stock of . ' ii Dry Coods Carpets and Shoes, And at the Lowest prices for Cash. We will be able to handle our stock with more ease by having it all on one floor, and our facilities will be better for showing our goods. So you will profit thereby From now till time to move we will offer all heavy winter goods at re duced prices. sued the Bcamp and arrested him. A dispensation has beon asked for that .1. Mla Mary Coorxn Frland was the absent minded young lady who sent her answer to the quotations without her name. Tub Misers Cook have rented their place near Hustonvillo to Mr. I). G. Cover for 1175 and will likely go to Danville to livo. Piiok. W. G. Lackcy, of ElliAbolh town, came up yesterday to stay a week with his parents, lion, and Mra. G. A Lackey. contained Saturday's Courier-Journa picture lnbeled Gen. D. R. Collier, but U resembled him in no particular tavo a bald pate. Miss Annik Mbkikke, whoso health baa not been good since her return to the Normal school at Chicago, ia at home for a brief rest. for Mr. W. F. Sheridan leaves Kowark, 0.,to spend Christmas with his homefolks. Mr. B. N. Rollor will help in bis dIhco during bis nbsoncu. Mrs. John W. Moohk, of Casey, was up this week to boo her daughter, Mrs. Ed Wilkinson. The latter returned with her and will spend the holldaya. Mn. J. M. Alvbrson wont up to Richmond Friday to Bee his mother and sis ter before they left for New Orleans to epend tho winter with Mra. Alverson'a al to-da- hen. Mrss y Mrs. E. P. Owsley and Misses Pearl Burnaideand Mattio Hays Owsley arriv ed from Columbus, Ga., Saturday, and Mra. M. 0. Burnside la the happiest wo man in town. Miss Alicb Holmes, of the Musical Denartment of tho Pollock Stephens In Btitute, Birmingham, Ala., arrived homo Saturday to spend the Christmas with her mother, Mis. Lottie Holmes. Mns. R. R. Nkyland, of Greenville, Texan, discovered that she bad made a mistake in the author of one of the quo tationa and telegraphed the correct one, but the dispatch got here a day too late. Mb. J. B. Sbarqxnt la entertaining bis mother and sister, Mra. Annie Lasleyi and two sons. Tom and Master Johnnie, of Stanford, Ky. They are delighted with our glorious climate and expect to remain during the winter. Orange, Tex- , Leader. -- CITY AND YimmTY. Diamonds at Danks'. Fibb works of all kinda at W. H. Wear-e-n & Go's. "FiiBNCH warranted pad truaaea" at Craig A Hocker's, Uw no other. Splendid to select from. In Maccabees may consolidate with the Stanford lodgo K. 0. T M. and the membership here may reach 100 shortly, when It will become the banner accounts. Thurman was married while hand thn children be has consigned to lodge of Kentucky. he was here to a lady at Livingaton. their care.' X We are the leaders. Don't buy till you see our stock. Remember Squirb MunruY is trying to teach bis Killbd Imtbntioihally or AccidentalNice Girr. In token of appreciation that we are closing out our ly. Allen Teatera, Jr., waa shot and friend, Mr. Ed Carter, who moved to of her valuable assistance in tbe song serkilled in bis room late Sunday afternoon town last week, city ways and ho tells us vice at tbe Presbyterian church and her at his home near Buckeye. There are that be is having no little trouble in do willingness always to aid in the success tboee who think be committed auicide ing bo. He says that his friend persis'a of any church entertainment with her while others say he waa accidentally shot in using a spoon instead of a fork at tbe delightful voice, the members and others while cleaning his gun. His head was table and that he also drinka hia coffee gladly responded to Mr. W. H. HiggiDs' Everything in the Grocery and Provision line at reasonable prices. nearly shot oil". Testers had been sick out of a saucer. The Squire, who ia up suggestion and raised $40 for Miss Mary Come early and see our display. for a week or more. to snuff on all subjects, and particularly Cowen to buy a Christmas gift with. She Tub IntruiokJouhnal will Uknan is- an man on the stylo of eating, was greatly affected at the token of esteem sue oil in order to enjoy Christmas and says that these breaches of fashion on aud cent a note of thanko, which showed will not appear next Kriil.y, unless some the part of hia friend humiliates him to that her heart was full of gratitude. thing of a ktartling nature makes it nee such an extent that he can hardly Btan d eeaary. With two double Issups and this it. S. H. BAUGHMAN. J. II. BAUGIIMAN. NEW ADVKBT18KMKNP-- . of six pages, in succeBuion, wo think we Thieves in Hoc Sunday J. S. Muraro entitled to a rest, oven if custom did phy, Jr., saw a couple of negroes with not make it all right. So bye bye till guns and asked them if they were going Tuesday, 31st, hunting. They replied that they were btolen from my place at n erlv hour Monday, Didn't Srttlk. Mr. E. W. Bentley, not and passed on. Later Mr. Murphy saw i bobbed tail Mrrel home. 16 hand, high, star in forehetd. Liberal reward lor hti return to me. adjuster for tho Continental Insurance them without tho guus and getting bus P. W. LOGAN. Moreland, Ky. 4 Co., of New York, was here last week to picious searched a straw rick that they settle with Mr. Samuel II. Rout, who had passed. He soon found the weaponR Try some of our brands and you will have no other Fancy Patent No t, Alpine'. Snow, Fancy Family Belle of Lincoln and Creole. had bin houu in tho West End of the which turned out to bo tho propoity of whose house was entercounty burned several weeka ago. Tho Mr. Sam Holm, amount iuturod for was $1,410, but the ed while the family was at church. Examine Your Fire Insurance adjuster only offered $1,031.05 which Mr and others then started in purof all kinds, mixed and crushed to order Corn, Rye, ShipstufT, Policies. Our Specialties-See- ds Oati, BarRout refused to accept. Ho secured the suit and tho negroes were captured just ley and Bran. Remember all Feed orders must be accompanied with the cash. Address cr call on services of Hon. It. 0. Warren, who will below McKinuey, one of them having on The North British and Mercantile sue for the whole amount. & Insurance Company a pair o! pantaloons and suspenders Wccall tho attention of our teachers, to Mr. Sam McCormack, whose Or Ergland have lost trace of their and piH)clally of yonng lady teachers, to honso waa robbed a week ago or more, of 2002334, tho ad. of Central Christian College, a gun and other articles. The negroes Hustonvillo, Ky., which appears In an- were tried at McKinney yesterday and And the holder ol line will greatly oblige the notify their ipe. other column in this issue. Prof. Pink-ert- held to tho circuit court. Their name abive CompanyK.if he will kindlyat No. uat t?econd cial Agent, A. H0LLING. ia a teacher of more than 30 years' In Trice and one has just got out of the street, Louiiville, Ky., of its ownership. experience, and ia recognized as one of penitentiary. They will spend the holiNo. 7917. HOLTDA-Z- days in jail. REPORT OP THE CONDITION tho most accomplishad scholars and suca cessful educatois in the State. Those In great profusion. Beautiful Medallions, newest Holiday Books, Oauoht. ZekeEads, one of the priswho need special normal teaching can oners wbo escaped from the jail here THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE Our stock of Holiday, Miscellaneous and Set Books has never been not do better than to place themselves several months ago, waa captured by ConElegant designs in Work Boxes, Glove and Hand-kerchiIn the Stats of Kentucky, at the close of business more complete. under his instruction. y stable T. J. Benedict at his home in Boxes, Toilet Sets, Comb and Brush Sets, Collar and Cuff Dec. 13, 1805. near the Pulaski county line and reBirthday Party Riven at the Opera The Boxes, Photo Albums, Picture Frames and Fancy Mirrors. A new RESOURCES. House by the young ladles of;the Pres- turned to Jailer DeBorde Friday evening; Loans and discounts $99,760 09 and beautiful line of Dolls at prices to suit all, from 5c to 5. Games byterian church provedjalmoet as profit- Mr. DeBorde offered a reward of f 25 for Overdrafts, secured aud unsecured. contains every new thing 3.317 11 and musical instruments, immense stock, 12,50000 able to them as it waa pleasant to all who Eads and the same amount for Goly Gad U.S. Donds to secure circulation out this season. A large assortment of Wagons, Doll Buggies, Iron attended. The room waa prettily decor- dis, who escaped at the Bame time, and Banking House, furnlturo and fixtures. 1,000 00 Toys, Iron Trains, Doll Beds, Doll Cradles and Child's Desks all Due from Nat. Banks 445 tj ated with evergreens, Japanese lanterns, Mr. Benedict has spent considerable time Due from Ststs Banks and Bankers.... 4,86602 for Lowest Cash Price. Ac, and tho surroundings added much to and money in trying to catch them. He Due from approved reserve agents......... at, 190 98 44 jg the charm of the evening. Each person got eight of Gaddls on one occasion, bnt cnecks and other casn Items... ot 1,413 00 waa expected to give a penny for every the latter took to the bushes and noth- Notes other Nat. Banks Fractional paper currency, nickels and year year of hia life and then he waa at ing more waa Been of him. Eads was cents 736 . liberty to enjoy a nicosupper and re- Bent here from Casey county for safe- Specie 10,890 00 1,000 00 11,890 00 main to be entertained as long aa agreea- keeping and is charged wiih malicious Legal tender notes. Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer ble. In addition there waa a nice pro- shooting and wounding. Mr. Benedict 5 per cent, of circulation., j6a 50 OT7B. gram of muaio by Dockelmann'a Orches- tells us that after handcuffing Eada the WL. $"37,000 82 wife called loudly for her brothtra, Miss Mary Cowen sang several solos latter's Are riveted together, not bolted, hence are air tight and can not warp LIABILITIES. very bewitchlngly, Mrs. A. G. Huffman ers, wbo lived nearby, but he succeeded Capital stock paid in $50,000 00 apart. Tops and linings are made of wrought iron and will outwear also gave a delghtf ul song and Mr. Thom- in hurrying him off before they arrived. Surplus fund 31,000 00 follow him and called Undivided profits Will bake in less time and use one-hal- f .,., 3,063 71 any three cast tops stoves. as M. Owsley added hlsjqaota to the mel- Thoy attempted to Bank notes . 11,15000 ody of the evening with the mandolin, to Eada but the constable kept him from Nationalother Nationaloutstanding fuel. Du to Banks. 7,818 41 the to kill It waa getting towards midnight pretty ansaweringby threateningBenedict him. It Dut to State Banks and Bankers 1,490 56 "We have used a Majestic for 12 months. It bakes biscuit with Mr. made closely, when the last guest departed and waa at night when ha waa 40 odd miles Individual deposits subject to check 61,174 14 hrrPRt and as to think how and the fuel of a cast stove, the oven door open and uses about one-hathe proceeds were reckoned up, showing from home, he began Total .$iW.qo5 82 Eubanks Bros. that SCO had been takon in, the most of where he would Bleep. After traveling a I. J. W. llocker, Cashier of the above named e wo uld be without it for twice the cost. it bains nroflt to the ladien ih n mnm miles he Becured a reatins Bank, do solemnly swear that the above take our word for it. A trial is all we ask. The best is the Don't statement blea were contributed, Miss Annie Al- place at a farmer'a nouse, dui, uiscuvereu beat of my knowledge and belief. corn ia president of the society. Miss later on that there waa not 6 lock on the is true to the cheapest. One stove will wear a life time. J. W. HOCKEK, Cashier. rt- Attain Sanflnv house, and putting one cuff on Eads' Subscribed and sworn to belore me this list on his own left Jennle Warren secretary and to them rluht arm and the other day ol Dec., 1S95. J. H. IIOCKBR, N. P. L. C. Tho officer alent well con mucn oi me creuit oi tne entertainment ") H. Baowtf, ia due, though all the members worked sidering tbe'clrcumatancea and next day j J. Directors. Ed Alcorn, T.J.Robinson, J to make it a success. hard came home wun nia prwuur. the Crab Orchard lodge of Knighta of that W.T. Thurman, the Belden Bros , house painters here Thursday afternoon and evening in honor for several months, was shot and killed of Elder J. T. Sbarrard and bride. Tbe v. by Dan Qnlnn, at that place, Wednesday. hours will be from 3 to 0 and 7 to 10 rem. All former invitations cordially together The partiea bad been drinking peated with the hope that every member and had bad no previous trouble. Quinn of the chnrch while rejoicing over tbe and is said to have killed anniversary of is an tbe birth of the Prince of He was at large at last two other men. Peace and love will remember with open SEVERANCE & SON. Assortment Chinaware and Glassware Sil- m m Stoves, Saddles, Harness and verware at Cost. FARRIS & HARDIN. m Horse Stolen. STANFORD JOLLER MILLS LOST. Make the Best Grades of Flour and Meal y SEED WHEAT, WINTER OATS, RYE J. H. BAUGHMAN CO., Proprietors, Policy No. on XrOVffiLTXBS Ilsty Stanford, Ky, ef Ca-Be- W. B. McBOBEBTS. B.A2TG1.S THE MAJESTIC lf ..- j. vlrn-nrpaMn- nf .i. h.a W. H. WEAKEN & CO. Lf isHHsilsWij;yfcfl3 AJkjJ,,1 i JmMAifrmil .fL.Jt . WV fi- -t r t- v;J--- J !.. .J. 1 ff . - fKZ . --A rt-'.-t- . .. JU m tMli marmfmrfim wn m ii'nii .u. iii glwMnuiw iiJwftawfcj 6 ARE YOU A PERSON TO -:-- :- Grasp a Golden Opportunity? NOW XS THE: CHANCE ii ) stt-rxxxssx- You or any been If you wish to Economize. Such BARGAINS have neverTime. offered toIron while it sone else as we are Hot. Hit the now going to give you. A Chance of a Life 2CTPER CENT. Diseount on Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits. in Prices. Overcoats Muchly Reduced Money. Coats for $12 and $15, Bis: Black Ulster with High Collar $7.50 and $10, worth Double the Neckwear, price may be put on them. Handkerchiefs, Socks, can not be equalled, no matter whatRain Coats for Handsome CHRISTMAS GIFTS. Look at our line Umbrellas and Gloves Shirts, Canes, Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. and SAVE MONEY. THE BEST trictly : "V-XjXJ- E EVER KHsTOnWTl!sr. Clothing J W. THE GLOB eLm . : FROHMAN & CO, - - DANVILLE, KY. J. L. One-Pric- e FARM AND TRADE House, THK IlLUE-OKAS- S St. Asaph Carriage KENTUCKY, STANFORD, MERSHON I i nt n Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, e u I : iK i FALL and won 100. The jtet of 25 aous of George Wilkes BY R. H. Bronnugh, Pror, moriiiTOHs won $315,720 this season. . wwfcy wibuuiu. riiiiT.iiriTTT -S. T. Hurts lias nokl his export cati.S5. tle to Montie Fox at -- -forsale from the but trrw. ni n. ........ Saggrr i J. B. Foster sold to S C. Carpenter a STABLE, ock. Uteed.r.secure tromiM be.l,h.rd,U dlfTer.at States. Corre.pood.nce Solicited pair of aied mare mules for f 170. - - iioruucKy. A Morohead man has 4,500 geese that he will ship to New York this eek. Franlc Agan is thoueht by eorai to it you need livcty give us a call. Nothing but bo the bfst prospects for next year's for rates. turnout! will leave our stable. See us And.FuneraiJDirector. In our champion pacer. ucaicr in BLACKSMITH SHOP. Nellie A., 2:13, has won 33,752 in the Also carry a nice line oi Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, ..! last four years. She will be ueed as a Will ffii.r.nl.AA.it .!. wa1 ..!.....Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. hrnni mnr in the future. She is 17 d'icvs Tijr our hor shcxr. Metal Roofing, Farm andjYard.Fcncc, Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite.Court-Hous- e bands high. otn 11. Caitlcmaa. A. G. Lauba, Oaward, 2:251, has 119 standard perSII1ING,;;CEILING, ETC. formers, 41 of which have records of I handle .the best grade of goods and of 2:20, or better, and 14 with records sell at the lowest prices. 2:15 or better. Ohehalls, the great Oregon pacer by DON'T FOROtT THAT GorcipaiiV Altamont, started 12 times last season and won 11 race?, agureiwtiuK 54,000. THE FAVORITE MILLS, A. S. He was second in tho race ho lost. Surgeon AT McKINNEY, KY , A Kansia firm baa contracted toaup-nl- v Dentist, oveihaulcl fro BARBEE&CASTLEALAJN Havejojust beca tho fiiuous aod repaired City Mill top by RichraonU the Mexican government with COO Works, of Hichmnnd, I ml , and with capacity Wagon, Buggy and Carriage&Makingand Repairing cavalry horses, broken to Baddle, between MANAGERS, All kinds of now incrtaitd, aro doinj more and bVtter wort before, the done in first class style. 1,000 and 1,100 pounds, at ?G0 per head OjEcaerce Building, Louiavilif, than ever as head and with ,ou old reilkble Ij V Office over McRobert.' Kcoscdy Store in the Ow.ley miller, are sure of irood of Hour aud fair ticatment H'llldmc fki tuie and bring us James Mesaersold to V. T. Jones, your, crlodinc and when buying call lor our old Agents throughout the South Lexington, 10 carious of hay at $10 per and wall established htau.it. Favorite 1'atcnt, LaChoice "W. also sold to various parties W.: A. TBIBBIiB, Local Agent, dies' Favorite and llj&cri' 11A with diseased feet. We have an artistic ton. Ho has I ES A SON, Special attention to horses buccMior to K. I. Tannery Javortte Milling Co. 330 barrels of corn from SI to $1.25 in STANFORD, KY. Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious.in his' work. the field. i U. O. Allen, of Goorgeto n, sold in SIPEBIEEGBD R. KIELEY. EH MR. OhicdEO last week 10 head of yearliDg 'Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trill. cattle which averaged 1, Proprietors of.. ...... s D. at 4J eta. This was 25 cents per 133 lbs. : Invites you to lcok over his stock and selrct your : Ky. hundred above the highest price paid STANFORD, KY. Christmas Presents Nice line el Furniture, Office on Main Street, Oppo.lle Rocking Chairs with either Rattan, Wood or for heavy cattle that day. tht fa, JIaing bought of P. W Grceo his Llverr busring Seats, Ilaby lluegiei, Hobby Horses, Fancy Hamlin's Nightengale has started in iness and added now buggies and horses, we are M Chairs for Children, Couches, Craalcs, harness, prepared to furnish Stovcj of various kinds UujtKics, Phaetons, Surhas won 22. She Gl races, of which she : ! reys, Yelucles ot any kind. Ca!I and rev FIRST-CLAS- S D S CARPKNTKIt, has started in 288 heats, 213 of which TURNOUTS etf iiusionville, Ky. Christmas, 1895, were better than 2:20. ShB has lowered On short notice. The traveling public will fiad to lurnUh New Year, 1896. her record each year Bho baa been cam us always ready and willing or double, or Drum, men' wagons, cither liable Cam paigned. Her present record is 2.0S aKCiof aifkiDdiat very LOW PRICKS. The around town will find The price of corn is lower than has boys in and with. Stop wltn also when us the pco us pie to deal in town at J V. I5ARKER, Proprietor, years in this section. courts aud entertainment! atid your horse and vo been known in hide will be well cared for One and On.TM,d Fare - Saturday afternoon at trie city scales Round Tp. G. Ii. COOPER Myers House S ablf., btauford, Ky 67 $1.05 per bushel was the ruling price Rates TWO DOLLAUS Por Day. InI,fe!f.7E Point, on th. and there were few buyers at that price. OUR HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, Remodeled and refurnlihoa throughout, Large Keady-mador made to measure, as suits customer. Can fit any 'man It Is predicted that the market will reach Hjninln Hnnm, and Commodious Halls and office connected by Electric Dells. $1.00 next week. Lexington Leader. Prompt and polite service to gucita, 47 B. Reid has bought 100 acres Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan MutuCarroll l'u,TrsfficVgArPK Q.n.Vyjmy of the Bailey place advertised by the al Life Insurance Co., of Detroit Mich., can : : STTTTOXT, write you all the most favorable plans ot Inaur heirs in this paper at $50 an acre with 30 auce. He a.so repreterts the old rcliablo Central Ky., and will Warehousa of acres of knob land thrown in and it is Tobacco to have a liberalLouisville, your patronage. be glul share of parents, Mr. and Mrr. Win be teady to confer all the favors that can ue understood that his -Hgiven by any warehouse. Liberal cash advance-men- HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. ucceisorstoj. B. HUgin,,D.slersin Sam Reid, will remain there. The land made on cousigoments, both in the ware.1 I ill house and lies on the North side of the road and court day. country. waUiujr be at hunfoid every Offers his service, o tliU people cl West Lin. Pa. tics hoshtadi, prizes or coin and Casey Cuuuties. full slock of Collins money should address me at Paint Lick, Ky. includes the old homestead. uu Caskets always on hand, do 6m I). B. Ciirpcmtr, Manager, 9) J. A. Dudderar. of Gilberts Creek, Prompt attention guaiauteed, sow that measures 6 hn a Kv. XiuSlDZISS 1 feet from tip to tip, is 22 inches through New goods of the Iutest styles just received. the shoulder, 18 inches through the ham Ii Receiving HIb Law, Attorney Call in and see the largait and best assorted line anil welcha GOO Dounds. She is not fat ever brought to atanljrd. Prices as low ks Uie - lowest. : and Mr. Dudderar thinks ho will have :y Elegant line Linens and Embroidery Material. on another bun. Office )n Lancaster Street, opposite the Court no trouble In putting MISS LICCIK BKAZLEY, Uouie. Collections receive especial attention. 83 SUulord, Ky dred pounds. GoodsWarrantecand a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. NOEL UNDERTAKING ITEMS. 121 M. S. IIaugiimak. Hai(.ii?an ! IIKKD OK GollsmUh MiM trottod racea M.S.&J.W.Baughrnan, Duroc Jersey Red Swine JT. C. HTCIiAHTr, oo LIVERY, FEED & SALE flKBlHEu3HMWT car -. Practical Trimmer, Exnbalmar oiuniora, rii ..rsl l ' first-da- ss A. C. SINE, FLOORING, Stanford, Ky. - Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Co, ROYAL OP WVEUPOOt. insurance PRICE, & GREER, Proprietors. let-t?- " Horse Shoeing and Blachsmithing of all Kinds. Stanford, Ky. Iw .. DB. B. PKNnT. & PEWTER G. B. COOPER, Look In, Come In. Polled-Angu- Livery and Feed Stable, S. dA.HPE2TTEK Dentist, Stanford, CLOTHING i Holiday Excursions Somerset, BAMEB HOUSE, BIG : : 4 ROUTE, Kentucky. H. : J. : M'ROBERTS. M. W. JOETSOIT, .!'. ! J. T. .(URUPLEY,-- UNDERTAKER, R. R. Noel & Son, u All Kinds of Coal, two-year-- w. s. btji&ch:, at TO 'THE Stanford, AND WINTER: GOODS. Stanford, Kentucky. & ION. ..- -1 'n H HiftMm