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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896010301 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 1896 $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. WM V A. emi-Weekl- y IJ ) VOL. XXIII. STANFORD. KY..FRLDAY. JANUARY 3. 1896: LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. MT- - Inte rior Journal. COUNTY. dis8011-day. ; NO. 87 olllcient editor. Messrs. Hamilton Benge And A new hoarder arrived at the Miller d will open a newdrug stow in It. 11. Hotel Christmas niRht, an 8 pound hov, WILIAM3BURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. IUtson's opposite iiroaddun' named Lewis Milton. Hugh looks hapGive Special Attention to livery atable. py. court begins Jan. 13th. Circuit Died near McGreary on Tuesday, -- Mlsa Alice O'Mara is nt homo from Dr. J. T. FlaiiaRHu, of MiEsouri, was an extended vielt to Washington, D. 0., Miss Nannie Sutton, tho old the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. NcHbitt & L. daughter of Mr. and Mra. William Sut-lo- Christmas weok. Miss Margaret KinAtlanta ami other placca. Our prices on Sundries and Surgical Supples, &c, will convince you Burial on Wodneaday In the Lan- naird, the accomplished assistant teach- very bo vera huow atorm Hweut inak-incaster Cemetery. ur ftf wiu luciumr, njitiiJl I. .. 1. If. I ...!iu that you will save money by over this aectlon Monday evening, "' " b fiinttlitt.. ...a iuum uuayts Mr. Alox T. West 8)M his house and Danville. tbe ground white with tho beautiy4 ' farm on tho I.exitiKtou pike. Mr. West ful. Tlie Mt. VVruon Institute began its very quiet an-- ' no and fimily Imvo moved totoMi and have now seenion Monday with Rreatly in Uhristmaa wan one would havo known the hoi 's- - ad rented the Thompson hnuau recently oo- - creased attendance. jTno prospect is 'ia uphdi.y Mr. T. B. Walker. good for a full pchool this term. Tho comu if it had not been for the lireMr. Jamea A. MrCarley hag purclms people of our town are ahvo to the imn( tho email bo"s. Tuesday morning Mr. Martin Myera oil tho UiHK farm on tho Grab Orchard portance of educating; the young. and Mlsi Ella Buchnnan were married pike, recently ow nod by Ansel George. Tho Christmas treea were a complete at the rwddenco ol Mr. J. W. Slier, tlie Mr. T. B. Wulkor bus rented of MrH. M. auci'ttta. Tlie attendance exceeded tho L. Borders her house and lot on Water Heating capacity of the brlde'a uncle, Hev. J. N. I'restridgo The new couplo left at once for atreet. Mrs. Bordem will remove to Crab one seemed to have been rememberOrohard. ed. Mr. W. J. Sparks and, bisstuilioK their new home nt Burgln, Ind. A grand miscellaneous concert waB assistants. Messrs. Davis, Cox, Bethu-ruA company ban been loaning lands MISS MAS? CLAY THOMPSON, and Pierce, distributed! the numerIn thia county for aeveral months, pro Riven at tho Baptist church ou WednesThoy havo sent day and Thuraday niRhta gifts to the entire sitisfactiou of all ous Or UMMHV1LL1C. celebraparing to bore for oil. Wc feel sad to separate with the old but welcome the new with faith expertB out and examined tho Held care ted musicians appeared with the troupe. present. above in mi exact reproducWhile the in the hand that has ever guided us in the past. The curtain has Misces Carrie Lair and Florollo fully and will begin at once to aink Homo Mips Evelyn Heine, n prima donna tion ol the photograph from which it 111 bo put down ami Madamo Ada Home, tho no- Brown, escorted by Mr. Sitn Davis, at w.ella. Thofirotono w was made, the picture fallH far short of dropped over the old and wc come to the new to make of it the best tended tho Cnristmas tree at Livingston. ted solo pianiste. near Woodbine. doiiiR justice to tho beautiful lady for we can. As the old year closes we close all our accounts and shall There araa n sale of the confection- Many haudsoino presents were exchangThere were aoveral Bociala In our lit whom 'it wax intended. Indeed it is not open another set of books, save for those to whom we are indebttie city during the holidays. Mr. and eries and aomo of tho atore furniture of ed and many hearts made glad lamotig (louhtfiil if any pencil, brtnh or camera Mra.J. L. Whitehead entertained Fri- Mra. A. E. Phhcoo on Monday, The arti- the citizens of tlim prosperous railroad could fully portray her lovely features, ed, but shall continue to close our stock for day evening and Mr. and MrH. 0. K. cles sold brought low prices. Mr. 0. D centre. Messrs E lkrur Albright and It her matchless complexion 01 catch tbe Tilling Saturday evening. Tliere were Powell, tho new merchant of Stanford, is G. Williama attended tlie Atlanta Expo- glint nf her golden Ireesep. A perfect others your correspondent was not able uioviuR liis Roods to the room just vaca- sition last week. blonde and as faultlesa of figure as she ie Misses Salhe and Vinnio Adams, of to secure nccounta of, but theae were ted by Mrs. Pascoo and brother. of featurea. Miss Thompson is a beauty We want your help and know we can do you good. All want a dolGarrard, spent the holidays with Mr Jones baiter, ol Arkansas, is very pleaaaut affairs and much enjoyed of heaiitieqanl would rivet attention in sister, Mrs. W.N. Bush. Miss and Mra. M. J. Miller. Miss Mattie anv aHeujtiiy She ia n daughter of lar to go as far as possible and ours is the place to invest your cash. young people. by the Weber has returned to Hamilton ColMra. II. II. Ty ie spending a few Mary Aune Wllmoro, of Wilmore, is Mrs OphelHi Thompson, who is a sister We invite not only the trade but merchants to come and help us close entertained by her cousin, Mrs. John lege. Miiw Kate Spradliu waa the guest of Col. W. ;. Welch, and comes from a days In Louisville visiting relative. Miss out so as to get out of the way. You can buy them as cheap from us Miller, of Oranfleld, 0 , Is here visiting ICStormes. Will Bataon has been tho of Miss lthoda Wluto Christmas week. family oi and talented women. as we can buy them. Come and try itl her sister, Mrs. Gorman Jones. Mr. and guest of his uncle, Mr. It. H. B.ttaou, and MiBHee Berta and Eva Martin were the ON A LOCAL N.TURE. Win. Blakely, of riuovllle, apent family. It. K. HiiRhes and wife havo gueslsof Mrs. M. J. Miller last week. Mrs. the holidays hero. Mr. A. T. Slier and returned to Innrenceburg after a pro- Mrs. Jacib Wilhtind bus been quite ill. Tho wife of lti-- J. L. Rand, who Dr. J. D. Ailkin spent several days visit- tracted visit to Lancaster relatives. Mrs. Mips Lucille Joplin entertained the wan formerly elder of this disClub iu charming atyln nt its ing frlenda and relatlven in Cainpbelln Joseph Rogers, of BloominRton, Ind , is trict, i dyini! at Lexington. villa. Itev. J. N l'reafridgo and wile tbo guest of her parents, Mr. nud Mrs latl uieeting Mra. Georgia Itiue visited William Montgomery, of Madison Mistrtw Sallie Cook and Maloolm Gill. Mr. and Mis. Ed Pric Alza Logan spent Chriettnaa with his mother in county, blew the tpof his head oil; uso and little eon, Joe, visited Danville Bron at Mnlay recently. Mrs inu Ills toe to pull tlie iritcer. The lecturo course committee have friends last week. Mr. and Mra. W. T. MnlhtiB, of Livingston, was tho guet of It. I). Campbell, for the murder of for BrownliiR, of Lexington, are with Mr. friends hero this week. Mrs. 12. A. Itep-pesecured tho following entertalnmonta William iIoIiiihoii, at Keren, (Jirietmaa la visiting relatives in Covington. tlo lecture course this winter: Shubert and Mrs. John Anderson. Mr and Mrs. Prof. Dickerson has moved to Barren night, whs held (or trial under bond of Gtiariea Denman, of Nicholnsville, visi11, Harvard QuinFymphony Co., Jan. $600. county. tette Club, Jan. 17, followed later on by ted Mr, and Mrs Alex West last weok. W. U. Dillion.of Livinpston, sold to Ur James Headloy, John DoWltt Miller Mra. E. A. Puscoa left Wednesday for' HUBSLE. S A Conn, of Winene-iter700,000 feet andOen. Gordon. Season tickets will Mchoiitaville. Missed Florence Jenkins of lumber, hia entire output ol last year S. Dunbar sold 3 yearling mules to coat $1 25. We dou t suppose a people ami .Mary uunn, ol Danville, were visinow iu tlie yard tors at tho Lancaster hop on Tues lay It L. Hubble for $130. Eph Pennington o! hearing auch dis ever had the cbanco Gov. Bradley refused to pardon II. sold some fat hogs to John Johnson for tinguished men m these for auch a niRht. Misses Ellra Anderson and Til G Passmore, of Mercer, for assault and J2.&0 small price. Ticketa were aold at the lie Orand loft the first of the week to reof Laurel, and Joel T. 0. IUnkin left a few days ago battery, Willis same rate laat year and tho committee sume their school duties at Hamilton Murphy, of Casey, for carrying concealed with a load of mules for the Sunny weapons. now baa $'25 eurpius, which justifies College. Kev F. M. Hill and wife have South. J.J. Walter sold his cattle for it on the same returned from a visit to Mrs. Hill's Near Pineville, in a drunken quarrel, them in the attempt to try Perry ville. John S. Marrs, of ?35. W J Guodin, Sherman North aud Jamea plan again. Miss Mattle Whito is visiting hi r Mr. 6am Myera, of Mt. Vernon, was Knoxville, visitod bla mother, Mrs. MarJohnBnn uaed knives on each other. host of friends in Huston ville, Eph. Goodin was so severely cut in neck and here this week vIhIUdr bis uncle, Mr. garet Marrs, during the holidays. Mra. Pennington has returned from Middles cluet he is expected to die. ,Frank Myera. Mlaa Lucrotia Eubanka in James Layton, of Cincinnati, has been boro. The Climax Publishing Company, oi visltln gW brother. J. J. Eubanka. Mr. visiting relatives in this county. W. U We are glad to note that the I. J. Thuraday morning for Smith is at homo with his family after a Richmond, ima ened tbe fiscal court of W. B. Myera left has added to its list of subscribers at Madison county for i'2'20, tbe amount Kimberlin Heighta, Tenn., whero bo stay oi some length In Bell county. A. thisoiiice and we wish it a happy and claimed for publishing tho list of claims will enter achool. Mr. Glel. Terrill, of M. Klnnaird, of Middlesboro, is at homo prosperous year. allowed at the last term of the court. near Lancaster, baa rented the dwelling on a visit to bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. Ed Miller fell while climbing Thia is what Gen. Hardin told Coi. of Prof. M. White and will move here U. Kinnaird. Misses Amanda Anderson the cellar '.airway a few daya ago, hold- Craddnck when asked about his views of and Bend bis children to echool. Mr. B. and Liuio Tomlinsou have returned ing a glass fruit jir in her hand, and cut the situation: "I am too proud to whine F.Gray, of Gray 'a Station, was hereon from a pleasant trip to the Atlanta exher arm badly on the broken ulass. and to good to curse, and as my re bualnesa Saturday. Mr. A. L. Karris, of position. Misses Lula and Isabel OwsThe boys gave Bud liussell and his marks would have to come under these spent the holidays with his ley leave Monday to join their parents in 8omereot, lady and Cora Itusaelland her husband heads, 1 pats." mother. Mr. J. W. Perkins, who has their new home at Phtunix, Arizona. a lively charivari the night of their reTho colored people of Danville aud baen staying in Mahan A Oo.'a storci Asbbrook Frank, of Lexington, waa tho ception at Mr. Russell's. He gave the v.cinity celebrated emancipation day will travel this year for Grlnstoad fi guest of Homer Bataon and ether Lan- boys a hearty welcome by treating them Wednesday wit!) a caster friends during the holidays. monster parade and a Tinaley. to apples, cider and cako and all went oil' big meeting at the couitliouse, whero Mt Xknia. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Jones, To the Citizens or Stanford and the County. nicely. d patriotic speeches wero made. The Miss Sarah Eubanks, of ;Kingsville, G. A It. post, lodgee, sociotim, ect , who live about two mileq from hero on A happy Now Year to all. Wo located is visiting Eubanka Bros. Ned Burdetto joined in the celebration. the Kuob Lick piko, gave a din'tiR last in your midst six mo aha ago; you have Wednesday, wbL-- was greatly enjoyed given us a cordial welcome. Our busi who was reported so seriously hurt in Tho State Board of Health has issued flrinu Hfltiln Vmfla .Intr nnt nn litu linrou . a circular warning the people against by those present. Mrs. Jones has read ..louiiHiuvuDiiino 1....... I.. nitad rulntlAiin ttn..i wrou tl e i i .i.. easaui. HedRuville to Lancaster cure oil doctors c aiming to represent tho Bible throuRb Beven times and what havo worked lor tho interest of all. Our thesime day of the accident. Ed Min- Indianapolis, Chicago and Cincinnati the Scriptures profit have been amall. Nearly, Bho does not know about all havo or bus gone to Louiaviilo to Bee about Hor Bon, adhered strictly to the concerns. They are frauds of the meanest You havn't bought it yet. May be wejean help you with a sugges- ia hardly worth knowing. cash system, for getting his machinery. aort and every t llbrt will be made to Joshua, named after the Rood man that which we thank you. We wfll be found tion. Examine our line of Charley Smith haa come back on our bring them to account. Dr. Steele Baibook of books tolls us bo much about, at the old quarters, just opposite tho the hack line again and it is needless to say ley, referee for this county, will see that ia probably ono of the best posted vouor mill, ready to give you good, clean Coal that everybody is glad of it. Prof. T. M. thoy do not impose themselves on the Biblical ques- at mon In tho county on all the lowest rates possible. We do not Goodnight has returned to Frankfort for body can readily ascertain handle trashy, cheap coal, tions, aa any but the best. a short stay. Mr. A. T. Lane and wife atllicted here. bim for a discussion. Wo give- - good measure. We Tho indignant citizens oi Marion who will strike Boquet Vases, Water Sets, Water Bottles, Celery Stands, Salad expect week for Illinois to make their held a mass meeting and adopted reso Mies Mary Cowan, a stater of Mm. Jones, prompt pay. Come and aeo us; we will left this homo. They are nice people and lutions denouncing tbe murder of Wil- stands, Goblets, Tumblers. aold 08 turkoya In Cincinnati for fS9. not bunt you. Wo solicit a liberal share future many good wishes go with them. raised in tbis of your trade and liam Dever and Mrs. West by a mob as a They were the finest lot will Bpend our email stigma upon the name of the county and section. She baa made over $300 on proflta in your midst. Corn, Ac, taken DEATH'S D0IK3S. of the State, aud declared that the turkeys. Two young men ol thia vicin- in exchange. Our prices to day are: Hand-painteCelery and McRev. W. T. Reynolds, aged 77, a p srpetratora must be brought to justice. Beautiful Decorated Cake Plates, Lovely ity, Messrs. John Lewla and Wm. Best Jeliico 13c; North Jeliico lie; Pitta-bur.salad stands, and all articles enumerated in the Glassware line. years, died Tuea They also raised money for the employDonald Watera, contemplate becoming lie; Thomaa Jeliico 11; beat Nut Baptist preacher for 55 ministers of the Gospel. The former is 10c; 2d Nut Oc; Star Coal lie. One cent day at his home near Bee Lick, thia ment of a detectivo to assist in fixing tho STAND LAMPS Elegant, Artistic, Esthetic, give light like the county. responsibility for the crime. a follower of Alexander Campbell and for delivery. Noel & Son. sun and things of beauty. Friends here will learn with Badness Baptist. Mr. Jeea 4, l.i. r hard-she- ll R. W. Hocker, of Kansas City, late of Mra. B. F. Johnson, of the death of Stanford, has evolved a financial TOILET MIRRORS Rufna Jones, who shot and killed Hocker ia breaking up bouse keeping Double, Triple and Quadruple, just the thing. Dec. 20th at Camdem, scheme, which he has go to railroading again. Hia John Knott and wounded Jamea Burress which occurred Bent to tbe comand will to delight your wife or sweetheart. Ark., where she had been taken in the mittee on banking at Waahington. It is: treatwife ia in Cincinnati under medical December 24, in Adair, waa given a prehope of overcoming a rapidly advancing 1st. That the national banking act be so WORK BASKETS Some lovely designs in willow, fit for a Queen. ment. Miaj Mattle Bosley la visiting liminary trial and acquitted on the pulmonary trouble. She waa the wife of amended aa to n quire, national banks to of tho Gilbert Greek ground of self defenae. Mrs. Jennie Logan, contln-uo- a Don't wait until the stock has been picked over, but come early Prof. Johnson and during her stay here -- Mra. Annlo Finley, who aectlon. "Aunt Mary" Dawson died at made many warm friends by her gentle carry auch a percentage of their required 'lawful reserve' In 'legal tender notea quite ill. Parkeraburg, W. Va., aged 102 yeara, had and Ohristian.'cbaracter. as would practically retire their circula a constant smoker and snuffer for manners been Mlsa Lee Beazley, daughter of the Snnator Bberman offered a redolution 00 years. Her tion, and this would practically Btop death waa caused by ganlato William Beazley of Garrard, died at their redemption. 2nd Allow national declaring that the fund created for tbe grene, resulting from a corn which abo Lexington of pneumonia, aged 23. She banks to issue par circulation on United redemption of United SUlea notea bad bad trimmed too closely. deficiency in to aupply graduated aa a trained nurse and waa States bonda, securing same. 3rd Rebeen Invaded Patrick H. Soden, a prominent cap- bad entering a career of usefulness when quire national banks to deposit in the revenues, that each a use of the fund italist of Kansaa the City, has been aued for the death laid hla icy hand upon her. Toe a of doubtful legality, and that 10 percent, of their circulation, to the earn of $20,000 for breach of promise by Mrs. remains were brought here Wednesday treasury ahoald be reatored in gold, for purpose of redeeming same. Kate Green, who waa deserted by her to Col. Jamea A. Beatley'e, Jl001000,000in gold coin or bullion, and husband aeveral yeara ago after having and taken tbe pnrpoaea where frlenda eat -- up with them that Bhould be paid out only for been twice married to bim, The total receipts from paid admistook them toj Lancaster yesterof redemption. Henry Harrison, of Guthrie, Ok., night and sions at the Atlanta exposition were for burial. II IttMlTiB Hii No. 1, fell in the fire while under the' Influence day $304,220.50. There were 733,115 adalta The Q. & 0 limited train, at- 8 Jl.m. will "top al of liquor and waa burned to death. paid for admission and 79,813 chilmMBnatl Hla At Bardetown, Mra. J. W.Nally waa who : : : Georgetown and make clow connection grandaon discovered tbe body next day acquitted of the killing of Frank Doher-t- dren. Tbe work of boxing the exhibita fcV -- h the Kentucky Midland for Frank. ana was ao overcome with grief that he the achool teacher who aasaulted began at midnight Tueaday and tbe great Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guarantcci. Giver me calL baa become a raving maniac show ia now a thing of the D. Bercaw, G. P. A. ber. fott. 0. Grin-stea- 1896. V - VERNON, ROCKCASTLE A glad, happy New Year fo all of tho Itev. J. M. Walton delivered renders of the I J and especially to tho courses adpropriate tho season last CRAIG & HOCKER, Cash Druggists, I ; Btore-roo- ar I n. Kv PEESCBIPTIOUSI PAYICIW CABiefo Good Bye to" tlie Old g a NRt r and Welcome otll-clatin- eourt-hoiia- o. Ev-or- y to the Hew Year. m T-v- o. visl-tinRh- la Only :, be-iii- v HUGHES & TATE. h l - rt , The Chas. par-enta- ln Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville. Wi s l f iW col-ore- b That New Year PRESENT. - M aa I Elegant Glassware ! d Presentation Queensware. g F. B. TWIDWELL. ro-ier- v Iey 1 - y, FALL AND WINTER GOODS. I pt. ..i ..... -- M. ,; W"A uXj; ' - ti w. nrsfcSe: Lit ( iiiiiMi lti ' Mff - 1 -- VI- t Mem, 6. K. Humphreys, chairman of aj PreititlHit OMveland has announced H. PhelpB and Miss Mlnva Phelps, Mr. special committee of women nnpointod I tha appointmenta of tho Venezuelan and Mra.,Joo Bryan aud G. W. Kemper, . . I.. me iur 1L. purpose, asKa us to use the m boundary coai'tiloiibn asfollowe: David ot Loxington, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ynjjer, Stanford, Ky., January 3, 1896 fluonceof the Interior Journal In be- J. Brewer, Justice United States supremo and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Short. Philip Lee half of their efforts to secure from the court; KicliR'd H. Alvy, chiof justice of and 8trother Helm, of Louisville. next Legislature the passage of a law tho court of of tho District of Forty couples havo gono from varl "raising the age at which a girl may con- Columbia; A. ml row I). White and Fred ous States to Atlanta and married Bince W. P. WALTON. sent to her irretrievable ruin," from 12 to orlok It. Ooudert, of Nuv York; Daniel tho Exposition began. 18 years. We believe that the age Bhould C. Gilinan, ol M.uylHtu!. Two are dem. a. Baugh, aged 22, and Miss be raisod for a girl is hardly responsible ocrat; two repuhlicanHand one is a mug Maud Watts, 15, both of tho Highland section, were man led at U. II. "Walls. at 12, hut to make it 18 is carrying it to wump. edneeday. the other extreme. If tho Indies will Don't get left. Come mingle with that multitude that icif ... W. P. Davis, of Brownsville, was ar MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. make it 15 we will gladly aid them all in Tub fearful work of tbo Marion county rested for forging a marrlngo certiflsnte. store daily. our power. We arc firm believers in the power of mob sent a thrill of horrow all over the Alykhsih Bout. Tuesday afternoon, After committing the act ho tried to force country and nrousod it with imliKtitUon. Because. Gov. Brown refused to allow Mr. Jkhiw March Alversou hud Mls.4 Marrancla IJawkltiB to mnrry him Tbe victima had cominitbad a fearful sin, a claim Frank Oliver, of Charleston, W. Va., that was most unjust, Attorney-Genera- l tha Paxton Rout, Dr. A. 8. Price and but it WB8 not the part of a cowardly mob Ilendrlck wouldn't risk him to MUs Sue Unit, drove down to Danville attempted suicide because his girl re to inflict the punishment and every ef- pass on it any more, but waited with tbe and rfp.Unni to the ttiluhur llousj, the fused to go with him to church when fort will be made both by Gov. Bradley, hope that Ilardin would be elected. He two 11' 8 a mod wt)r made ono by Dr. thero was a theatrical performance going who baa offered the full extent of re- wasn't and has J. B. Worra 1. ot Keokuk. Iowa. Then on. the claim of $17,747.-ward, $500 each, for the conviction of the been scaled down by Gov. Bnidloy to as quietly hi ttiv UHd noun thu pirty ru County Clerk James F. Cummins has And here arc some powerful low ones. Glance thrmirth th ir.t .:-i. brutes, and the local authorities, who will $1,400, which is still too much for the turned to the home t( Hie parents of had a lively timti writing marriage (. gives only a few samples. If you don't see what you want come and be aided by private contributions in the work done. the bride, Mr. aud Mrs. John W. Rout, conseo during tho week. Business ask for it. We've got it and will save you money on it. Look at our employment of the best detectives. It will where an excellent supper, which Mrs. hasbeon particularly good in this lino W. Rodrs SnACKBiFORD, EbQ.. a rising Rout is if reports are truo it will continue so be remembered that Wra. Dever killed e.0 capable oi preparing, awaited nnd Mr. West, when he remonstrated with young lawyer of Kichmond, wants to he them and where with h few friends a for several weeks at Inast. him for unbecoming conduct with his one of tbe delegates to the National con- most pleasant evening whs apuut in disNotice to Shareholders. wife. After the killing, Dever and Mrs. vention from this district, and his friends cussing It and other agreeable mutters. The capital stock of the First National West continued their liason nnd were will do all in their power to aid him in The bride is petite, pretty and pleasing openly living together when the mob his ambition, which they expect to see in manner, aud lender and loving in dis- Batik of Stanford, having been reduced from $200,000 to $100,000, tho directors at ' did its horrible work, killing Deyer as he gratified. position, whilt) the groom is a young thoir meeting held on Dec 31, ordered Ladies' ran from the house and burning the woUnion Suits, 50c. Look at our Ribbed Vests for Ladies man of exceptionally good habits, poNEWSY NOTES. that a Btock dividend of 23 per cent he at man alive In it. The deed is worthy only lite and accoiuniOtialioK', industrious and Only 15 Cents. paid on the stock reduced, payable on Cincinnati has extended its bound- capable. of fiends of the darkest age and their He has been with the Inter crime cries aloud for punishment. Let aries around 12 square miles of territory. ior Journal for two years and la all that Jan. Jtb, 1890, and on the presentation of T. A. Frazer, of Cynthiana, commit-te- d ttie nothing be left undone to bring them to timohasnot lost a day foolishly. His be certificates. The old certificates will endorsed by tho reduction and also by suicide by drowning in tbe Licking fondness for justice. Iwortt hikI the consequent .. i. .ii.ii river. hip timuenn pniu and then returned to emoluments are shown in the fact thnt he The committees of the Senate aro now each shareholder with a now certificate, After being dry for four years, tbe was his case till a tew hours before at in control of the republicans. The popstating tho amount of stock held by each town of Uurdsville went "wet" by a vote starting to Danville nnd next morning ulists, with tho exception of Mr, Koo, Look at our handsome line of In the preeont capital of 100,000. Pleai-of 34 to 20. was the first man at the office, where ho of South Dakota, who voted with the present the certificates as early as possiSamuel Cain, of Milldale, was rob- put in a full day's work. Such a man is sure democrats, refooed to vote, and the reble In order that you may receivo vonrl bed of $200 while at the burial of his lit to always provide a good support for publicans, having a plurality, were thus . Hit... . nromntlv. Verv" r..,nnrif,iir tle daughter. wue anu usioru many yeatB earn a om- - uiviuenus enabled to adopt the resolution by a vote ' .. , Sugar has advanced $1 20 a barrel in j. o. mocker, rrest, The bottom has dropped out of the prices on them. Regular of 30 to 28 Senator Vest declared that petency. The Interior Journal holds slaugha week at New York, which puts granu Stanford, Jan. 2, 1890. him in high esteem and now that tbeie the reorganization of committees was onter prices on lated nt 5 cents. ly mado possible by an agreement to put are two of him will increase its fatborly A Loxington woman declares Bbe affections and feel a deeper solicitude for A. S. Mr. Wolcott, a free, coinage man, on the will pay no more taxes until she is perfinance, committee, thus making it a the happiness, which it is sure that he Surgeon mitted to vote. will find with the dear little woman he committee. The republicans are Dentist, Justice Brewer has been tendered a has tTrfrfffE Bgain in full control of the legislative made his wile. Mr. aud Mrs. Alver-so- n And Overcoats, also place on the Venezuelan commission are pleasantly domiciled at Mr. Rom's branch of the Federal government and and has accepted. where thoy are atjhome to their friends, Office oyer McRobcrt.' rj,ufrsur. In the tbey can no longer charge every calamiFour brothers named McFadden many of Ow!ef ty of wind, weather and otherwise to whom them with wore burned to death in their house presents valuable and useful. Mr. Cleveland and the democrats. near Frontenac, Kan. y. Amid beautiful A negro cattle thief was hanged by a Col. J. W. Catkrton, of Richmond, F. B. HIIiBY, Proprlotor, spent a couple of 'flays here this week, mob in Simpson county, Miss., and his surroundings and in tbe presence of loving friends, Mr. Will J. Yager and Miss London. - Kentucky. drawn thither by tbe marriage of bis body riddled with bullets. ' An Atlanta negro stole two young Mary Cobb McKinney vcre united in wife's cousin, and was the recipient of I hay moTtd torn ntw Ilottl and am Wtt A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor. much attention from bis political and oth- lions from the Midway menagerie. He holiest of bonds in an unusually impressive ceremony byjRev. J. T. Sharrard of rfrl. Give mt a call. thought tbey were puppies. er friends. He is a thoroughbred T: D. RANEY, Manager. TT FRANK RIL.KY, A tramp who was pursuedby a pos the Christian church at 10 o'clock Tuesand the kind of a gentleman one Branch Stores. loves to meet. Possessed of a flow of se shot four men and then blew his own day morning. The hoapitable home of Mr. and Mrs. RlcbardOobb, grand par Paris, Carlisle, Mt Sterling Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, good humor and much dry wit, he is a brains out near Ligonior, Ind, Cynthiana, Wolf Butcher, of Zanoaville, O., ents ot tbe bride with whom she bad most agreeable conversationalist, while Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. his personal magnetism draws peo- drank a schooner of whisky on a wager with her mother, Mrs. Bettie McKinney, ' to lived since the loss of her father, .s l7:r,.,,,l 8taBltf- WcUM?1?. 'iK ple to him and makes friends of them. and died within a few hours. mttxat lint Linent and Kmbroldery Materia. Mrs. Duff, a Bowling Green widow, decorated with evergreens of numerous He wants to go as delegate to tbe repubMiss MCCIX BIAZLKY. lican National convention from this dis- Is charged with the murder of Miss Ida kinds and In many designs, while growStanford, Kt ing plants and flowers added fragrance to Riggaby, who died two weeks ago. trict, and if his party doesn't send him, Chicago brewers have advanced the the brilliantly lighted rooms. Tbe straina it will not be because they can find a betprice of beer from $4 to $5 a barrel and it of a wedding march artistically executed ter man. Tbe prospect is that he will be I will rent t nnK1I . by Mrs. James P. Bailey in a distant is said that 2,000 saloons will close. given the honor without a struggle. Court dir. imnu; "j. riS""."? :&".&" room was the Bignal for the guests In tbe farm .ni .4. Vere., 1goacreaof . iu. u.ni.i rst Congressman R. H. Clarke, of Mo which ire " parlor to arrange themselves in a semi- . Iilue Craw. " 1 nl th balanct la almdy toaalo A CL09E friend o! Gov. McOreary fur- bile, wlU be the democratic sound-monin No w,U .:,e ,ei, lho circle around the minister. Then came nishes tbe Louisville Post with a list of candidate for goyernor of Alabama. the members of the House who are A negro whom indignant St. Louis the ushers, W. A. Tribble and J. Richard IS Shares Farmers Bank and Trust Prescriptions a Specialty at Co. Stock. pledged to vote for him forSonator, pro- butchers were about to lynch, escaped Oobb, W. B, McKinney and R O. Hock- er, who stood to the right and left of the Terrat made known on day of tale vided there are but two candidates, after a rope bad been placed abont his ADAM PENCE, AEnt. . altar and held white ribbons on each sido fihowing them to ba 22, and in tbe Sen- neck. While filling a prescription for a of the path of the wedding party. Tbej ate 14. This is one more than is requir ed for tho nomination and six more than man who bad heart disease, Sam Haw groom on the arm of his beet men, Mr. Senator Blackburn has. There are two thorne, a druggist at Pittsburg, Pa., fell Philip Lee, followed aud stood to the left of the preacher. Then came Miss Examine Your Fire doubtful votes, both sound money men, dead. Insurance The tomb of President Monroo at Florence Myers, the maid of honor, at which Blackburn can not get in any Policies. eveut. Gov. McOreary is smiling and Richmond, Va., has been robbed of tbe tired in yelluw chiifon trimmed in lnco and carrying a bouquet of The North British and Mercantile happy, and expresses confidence in silver plate bearing the date of his birth Insurance Company dpath. red roses, and following her, the bride, his olectiou. May he not be disappoint- and ed. leaning on the arm of her brother, Dr. Two men were killed and ton injurOf Erjfland. have loat trace (it their ed by a collision between paeeonger N. II. McKiuney, who gave her away Owsley, Jb., J&q , has anJohnS. aoo2334, nounced his candidacy for Congrepe, after trains on the Baltimore and Ohio South- Anere was some pretty maneuvers at western railrond, tho altar and then tbe words were spoken the great encouragement and many promisr irc The Atlanta exposition cost tbe city that mude the long time lovers husband cui AnT.r;r v; v.nT , .it,:"?. r.0",v . And- es of support. The newspapers of the econd LoU,,,lIe-.tree,, !" of II. district are Baying very complimentary $200,000, or leas than 10 per cent, of the and wife. Congratulations many and things about him and there is every in- money expended on the enterprise nnd hearty were showered upon them and STANFORD uuer Hbuuri nine spenim pleasant condication that he will have a large follow was a grand success. -:A child of H. J. Dick, verse the guests were invited to tbo beau FEMALE : COLLEGE. ing. Tbe Danvillo Advocate in commenting on his candidacy, adds: It is of Dunkirk, Ind., found a bottle of pills tifully arranged anl tastefully decorated STANFORD, KY. said that n well known Boyle county and ate the contents. The little fellow dining room, where a delightful repast, Stanford, Ky. complete in all its appointments, was died in a few hours. man who has been tipped as a starter in WILLIAM SUELTON, I'reiident. J. L. Calloway issuing members of servod in courses under tbe capable dithe race has changed his mind and is the A. P. A. at Paducah for ?Jj,000 dam- rection of Mrs. McKinney and Mm. Ad- MRS NANNIE S. SAUFLEV, Lady Princip.l. pointing bis weather eye in the direcages for rough treatment while in the am W. Carpenter and heartily enjoyed. Mini Emma L. Marlin, PtidinC Teacher in the tion of something nearer home. Study Hall; In addition to nearly everything efco Mist Mary defendants' lodge room. Conen, Principal ol the Mtalc DeThe thouzht of the responsibility of good there wore a dozan different kinds Tun Lexington has partment; entire control of Mr. takiug care of $300,000 left him by his of cako all prepared to the queen's taste Miss Mary I. Hard. Principal of ihe Depart. pawed into the menU ol Art and Elocution. Sam G. Boyle, who has named it the father, caused Alfred Tripp, of liew besides the bride's whichshe cut and bad distributed. Morning Herald and improved it in York City, to kill himself. Next Session wiil.Begin Wednes A little before noon Mr. and Mrs. Y The directors of the Atlanta Expo many ways. In bis announcement he day, January 22. says tbe paper will be democratic, advo- sition have decided to keep the gates ger lelt lor Morelanu where they took For term., &c, tend for Circular or call at the cating the lowest!iariff taxation consis open for tho next 30 days at a reduced the train for Cincinnati and points North, College. amid a shower of rice thrown by friends, tent with good government, and favor- admission price of 23 cents. Orville Hasklson, aged 14, Bhot and who sent with them their fondest wishes ing, without qualification, the single gold standard as a basis for the nation's cur- killed his playmate, Prank Hopkins, at for a long and happy journey through rency. Good. rxnouiue, because the latter refused to life. Of the bride too much could not be said in praise. She is handsome, styldiviijfSlomo candy with him. Thb Pineville Messenger has been Ono roan killed and two ish, cultivated, winsome and lovable and Want to- bought by a stock conipany and under and a barge with 00,000 bushels of as she stood to take upon herself tbe sathe new name of the Cumberland Cour- coal went to the bottom of tbe Ohio riv- cred vows, attired in a rich and becoming ier, made its appearance last week, en- er while en route South from Pittsburg. traveling dress, she presented a picture larged and improved in every departp An explosion of in a mine of queenly beauty, that must have made ment. J. L. McCoy is editor and his sa- in Prussia-Silesiresulted in gioatloes of the man who had won her feel prouder lutatory Bhows that he can wield a lively life. Fifty persons aro known to have than ever. lie Uncertainly deserving of pen. C. W. Short is business manager been killed or injured, and 17 others are the prize for besides being a most worthy and together they intend to make the missing. and excellent gentleman, he has almost, paper all it should be. With the passing of the old year like Jacob for Rachel, Berved seven years Gen. Forrhbtkh, Gov. Bradley's right Kings county, NewYork, which has fig- and "thought it but a few days for the bower, says there is ho change in the ured so prominently in political battles, love ho had for her." Ho is with the constitution, with reference 'to tho lieu- lost its Identity by being absorbed in large Louisville firm of Brldgeford & AND Seeding timers now rightjat hand; we havcftlargejstock Co. and stands at tho top as a popular tenant governor succeeding to the gov the city of Brooklyn. of : : Judge Jackson's last official act was and capable business man. A great ernsbip on the resignation or death of the to ask Gov. Bradley for a pardon of John many useful and coHtly presents were be- oreat Traniformton Artt.U with Marveloiu. governor, as has been reported. This is Gorgeous and Novel Schulte, who went to tho ponltentiaiy stowed on the bride, whom everybody thought to mean that the governor is in if be, is, it will in 1893 for seven years for bigamy. The loves and admires. May tbe brightness Electric & Calcium Light Effects the race for Senator and . . . ' governor issued the pardon Monday. of the day which saw them unitod be the .mDracing an 01 uie most popular and approved kinds. We be Eclipse first, the rest ndwheifo A New and Ptaulnz Entertainment, Introducing handle -- During year 1895 53 railroads fororunner of eternal isunshine in their the nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and Many Genuine Novelties. ne Loving Gaiwht, otHhe Elk ton Prog- were sold In foreclosure, aggregating lives and may they never know a sorrow, our stock before buyinr. Prices all rirfit ThT Ax : miles of lines and representing a to- or ever hare a care. ress, is the proudest man in 'tlie'Stata of. ,SettAnff short and we are offering soecial inducemfinfQ t nioJf... o tal bonded debt and stock of E77K vm In an entertaining program. Besides a large number of neighbors his Christmas prearaW'-HTewlfe1-. V" T- a n,Ce lints of Buggies and Surreys. sented it in the shapr ohm, nine pound' 000. 'During tbe year receivers were an- - and friends there were preaedt 'from' PRICES. Goneral'AdmtMlrin,.i...... ..... girl as pretty M .picture.?. ', 1 I R!cbmorid,Go.. J. W. O.perton; kf. p yt poMdJor3lvroads. j McRot--j ; . Salesman, iEMl-lflfEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOIRNE " I App-iul- a SIX PAGES- - Louisville Store.! LOW PRICES! Brass GnnHQ pt All Wool at 25 Cents. ..it. . Ladies'&Misses'all Wool Hose 25c -- ' CLOAKS - & - CAPES, PRICE, free-coina- Mens' and Boys' Suits, THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAiraroRD, Brsr., Stanford, Ky, retnt-mbvre- THE Yao.eu-McKinnb- RILEY . HOUSE Fine Mackintoshes, Etc. Ken-tucki- an TO THB IiADOCg Caii,a:,e0fJjila'MfJ'e,r.i - FOB EBIsTT. ...t m - m3 ey Pure Drugs, Medieines, Toilet Articles, &c, ir LOST. PENNY'S DRUG STORE.- W. W. WITHERS, - .Policy No. k'. H fc 3 UNDERTAKER, DIRECTOR, two-year-o- ld FUNERAL Press-Transcr- ipt ra Higgins & b.k w: I Walton's Opera House. McKinney coal-boa- ts TWO NIGHTS, MoTnud,a.ydty,Jan.6&;7. flro-dam- a See You A Minute 0ASSING 1 LAYERS. LOOK HERE! Only 1T Sandy's ! T2ae Diana. Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters. &c. ' ... t..ll 13,-1- 29, Company F---.w. rof - Merit, .1 vw p-- - tJ w WITHERS "". V jwvij-- i MnlwWtiM ifrttifrrMitffTrrJgLTrn?TaM'fr tm-nm- ttttwh iq mwm w ffyMf'p ran A DECllEE OP SILENCE. By Mrs. M. L. Rayne. ft wondered wlint he saw In that girl lo fall In lovo with: not lier beau ty, ccrtnlnly, slnco alio had none; nor her ltitolfpctttal graces, which were few and far between; nor her amiable for ahe had a sharp tongue, and they left the matter as one beyond their comprehension. Hut If nny of them had asked Allan himself he could not have told them. It was enough for him that love goes whero It Is sent, and that he did lovo Luella with his wholo true heart, no one knew better than he. So they wero married, and I wIhIi I could add the dear old storybook formula, "lived happy foroxer nftcr." but as this Is a true Htory and not n romance. It must follow out the beaten track of real life, even to tho bitter end. Allan knew when ho married his wlfa that she had a complaining tongue, ilo bad heard her talk to her old father, and not oven bis grent love for her could mako her stinging words, spoken without any apology or poaalon, iwni other than discourteous and undllal. And when the meek old man boat his bend to the word that was more cruel than n blow he Allan blnmed him for submitting ho tamely to a woman's Invec-ttpromising to himself a ill fie re lit stato of affairs, when be should have the right to object. Tor a brief tlmo Allan wan ss happy ns any of us aro permitted to bu In this char-ncte- r. -c. who wore not In tlio matter na very few Davis marrlod b Luella Clark, ?er-boh- HEN ALtiAN consulted wore I AM GOING TO LEAVE YOt' DEAR, transitory life, nnd I.uella, pleased with her new estate, and her handsome, loyal husband, was like a creature of a different nature, and the old father having passed peacefully away, ten an Interim of suspended hostility, in which Allan established a kingdom of hnpplnoaa, which ho Imagined to be on a firm foundation. Ilo was never moru mistaken. For the ruler of this kingdom was the queen of discontent. Allan hnd neer been nagged, but Luella was perpetual 1) nagging. Having found the vulnerable point In bin armor of peace, she thrust tho javelins of anger In, with tho Hllghtost pretext, and, smiled to see him wince. It gave evidence of her power. The old fattier hnd cacped;but her husband was hers, ho must stay and hear. I know this Is not a pleatnnt Mc-y- , and renders need go no further utile they aro Interested In a curious psychological fact. I myself am n believer In heredity. I am suro that somewhere in tho pust this woman had an ancestor with a hharp tongue, which she had never tried to bridle. If there Is sympathy for tho man who Inlierltes a consuming thirst tor drink, why not for tho woman who has hnd bequeathed to her a bad temper which she took with her nalr and eyes? I.ucIIp bad everything to mako her happy, from tho standpoint of any reasonable being, but sho never censed complaining, nnd at Inht the good nature and fortitudo of her husband deserted him and ho turned, not as the worm turn, but rather like a raging lion, and Luella held her peace In sheer astonishment. "I wish you were dumb!" he said, In a volcuof concontrnted wrnth and scorn. "I wish I might never hoar tho sound of your voice again." Llko all evenly balanced natures, when ho overstepped boundaries ho went too far; but thero was thW In his words enmo from the lips and uot from tho heart, they sounded fnr worso than ho Intended, and they rtcolled on himself, even before ho had Bclzcd bis hat to leave the house. Ho turned to sec their effect on Luella, nnd found to his horror that sho had fainted. Then ho called himself a brute, Ecnt for friends and n doctor, and hung over his wife proatrnto with grief and remorse, until sho opened her ejos nnd recognized him. Ho begged her forgiveness, but to all his entreaties sho only shook her head feebly until at Inst, when he plended tor ono word, sho made a motion which Ino dicated a wish to write and with a fear taking possession of him, ho gavu her paper and pencil, and thin is what sho wrote: "You have your wish. You will never hear my volca ngaln. I am stricken dumb." It was noised about In tho community, nnd people talked old people especially of what thoy called "a visitation hor-rlbl- pearl button sot with n single rhlne-stondeeply pointed, flaring cufCs turn back, nnd nro ornamented by a similar SOME CURRENT HINTS AND Jowclcd button. Creamy white glaco Davis gloves, heavily stitched with black, aro HELPS FOR THE FAIR. Luolla could hear perfectly, so that worn with this gown, nnd a hugo her husband and friends wero not conhat of strained in their speech, but any word Th ntim of rmlilon SIrcvrt of Tnrtan turned up black velvet, coquettlshly at tho side nnd trimmed she had to nay, any messngo or answer I'liiltl JCorrpllon (Iohih of Veltct with Hinges of glossy black plumes. A In their conversation coming from her, Start Your Hjnclnlfi Now Tadi of carriage wran of white thlbct, lined must bo written. Sho was always proWo mm. with tartan and plaid velvet, completes vided with tho means of communicatho fetching picture. tion, nnd writing tnbletn of tho daintiest 1 I nlihtMAlAMtl sort wero scattered around the house, f'cts '" taffola aro llko sonio now Slnrt Your IIj twin tin Nour. of speech. Tho devotion of Allan Davis to his iiiuiu jiujiuiwr wuui Now Is the tlmo to start hyacinth fSSlW ffi CM c ver. and show no bulbs in glasses In order to havo them afflicted wife was something marvelous. rjSijsQfi , e nd of odd mlx- - flower early In the winter. The glasses Ilo ver wearied of lover-llk- o attentions nnd ho never demanded tho slightest tures. Ono of the must be filled with water, bo as Just to recognition of them. Ho spent every prettiest gowns escape touching tho base of tho bulb. hour of his existence not employed In made from this silk Thoy must be kept in a cool, dry cuphis business In devising plcnsurcs for shows broad strlnes board from winch all light Is excluded Luella, nnd on thoso unfortunnto days, of rosy purple, till the roots havo grown about y when n dumb devil of assertcream color a n d down the glasses, which takes ed Itself, ho met her mute reproaches pule green, with an from two to three weeks. Tho glasses with a that was neither occasional hair line of black as n set- are then placed for a day or two In a unmanly nor servile, but Chrlst-llkoff. Tho skirt Ih fitted beautifully subdued light until the shoots tho bulbs His bonny brown locks turned gray, his about the hips nnd flares out around the have made get accustomed to the lnughlng boyish faco took on th feet smnrtly. The gores are cut so as change. They may then be placed In shadows of early age, but his spirit to havo tho stripes run crosswise, a window or wherever wanted. Caro serene nnd patient, and tho lovo which, by tho way. Is tho favorite modo must be taken to replenish the glasses ho held In his henrt for this woman of making up striped goods. The o with water as It evaporates. Snowgrow brighter nnd more fervent toward Is a softly bloused nffalr, caught drop nnd crocus bulbs may now bo tho end. And this end camo boforo the around tho waist by a tiny band of plantod In small bowls and other lire of jouth had quite turned to ashes chinchilla. Tho slocves are bouffant to dlshos, filled with damp moss for early the end for Allan Davis. a startling degree nnd nro fnstenod flowering. It was a simple en so of Influenza at across the lower arm by means of a row first, with no suggestion of danger, until of small gold buttons set with topaz. Current Kniln of tlio Knlr. one dav tha doctor looked grave, and Tho stock of rosy purple velvet has fallthe next he said to Luelln: "Your husSothern, tho actor, used to Bay that ing from It i. lot of soft old Mechlin a long band trill die!" lace, draped jcrosa the breast and held after playing Lord Dundreary for stutHe watched her sharply, but no quivtlmo In London, ho found himself by small rosettes of velvet. er of an ee-lltering In private life occasionally, the told hlin what ho wantA Jnunty butterfly eollnr or chinchilla ed to know. Sho wroto n question on having taken sets out smartly over the sleeves and mannerism of tho part her tablet: hold of him to an appreclabio extent. caresses the soft cheeis. A "grand"How soon?" Physicians attendance on fashionamother's muff" of the same rich fur Is ble families Inare recalllug this experianperhaps." "At any time swered tho doctor, aud again ho watched carrlod with tho costume. A rolling ence of the dead and gone comedian. her narrowly. Did he surprise a flash brimmed lint of rosy purple velvet has They find that among tho numbers of of joy In her cold eyes, n strango tenso tha crown of leaf green nnd black novel notions that the summer brought drawing of the line around her sovoro chenille braid, and la massed at one forth for autumn's use among ladles of mouth? It might have been his Imag- sldo with stiff loops of lnf green satin high degree there is none so unique and ination, but at .ny rate ho was glad for ribbon. A Btnart bow of tho same rests amusing as the cultivated Impediments on the hair at tho upturned side. Allan Davis. n maid Just In Bpcou. The The end came nt night, when Luella returning home from seashore and watched with hor husband alone. Ho SltMri of Tartan I'ImIiI. mountains has apparently been behail bt'on sleeping nnd dreamed someAnother pretty wedding reception witched by tho mischievous gnomes or thing that wakened him with n wild frock is made of creamy white broad- - water nymphs, for when her pretty start, and mnde all things look unreal-- all lips nre open, tho words will only como except his wife, who bont over him by fits nnd starts, since nothing, bewith a new solicitude In hor face. Ho lieves this coquettish young lady, Is as snw It, and was grntoful. effective as a gentle stammer. So neat"I am going to lonvo you. dear." he ly hns she learned her new role that It said In tho slow, precise tones of thoso Is not surprising the family physician who aro nearly dono with human has warned hor tho llttlo trick may In speech, "will you not let mo tako with time grow Into a fixed habit, impossible me ns my last gladberltar;o a word of to Ebako off. Thero are among these forgiveness for tho groat wrong I did?" society girls a respectable number who Luella looked at him nnd an unmiswould not stutter over their words if takable gleam of triumph shone in her they could, but instead havo caught up eyes and exprowwd Itself In her movea most ridiculous little drawl, just bements a hhe seized hor tablet, and cause they have all read a popular Dng-lls- h wroto something upon It Ir. plain, disromance, written by one of tho tinct letters. Allan saw the look and lending English beaux. In which the the hope that had sustained him so heroine fetched forth her wittiest many years, seemed now nbout to be speeches at Immense length of breath; reallzetl. and he lifted his hoad oagorlj and the drawiors are hard pressed by a to read for tho last tlmo that beloved circle of rosy llnu that speak with a handwriting. lisp. To lisp, drawl and stamHut God. more merciful than hli mer, however, aro tricks of manner, creature, had anointed his eyes with a these frivolous girls have agreed, that lllm, and with the written words he so Boom nppropriate only In tho mouths of longed to see held beforo him by an rather small and dainty individuals. unfaltering band, he loosed his hold on Hut their tall and statuesque Bisters, earthly love and hate, and desiolled the though admitting this restriction, are last sling of a terlble revenge. not to be outdono in originality; and For this was what Luelln had write unless one addresses one of these ten for her dying husband to read: damsels In a tone of voice Blightly you tire nbout to dlo 1 will tell "Since elevated, one's flattering or commonou th;it I ufne novor for one moment place words aro only met with a llttlo been incapable of speech. I assumed a cloth, combined with tartan plaid velquestioning stare. How sad it misfortune to punish you as jou vet. The skirt Is abnormally full, set- wistful, Blightly deaf; yet I liao succeeded." not In tho is to be ting out in perky folds, nnd beautifully least disfiguring to one's looks, and lined with tartan plaid silk, which be- very touching It seems when that young OMNIUUS. trays itself nt every Btep. Tho back lady replies In tho softest voice, with Is In blouse form, smoothly fitted at tho plaintive glance deaf Disraeli prophesied in his novels that top, and finished by a high stock, with that the worklngmcn ono day would tako o oerturued pieces under tho ear. It people always show. And the admiring great revenge upon radicalism. pouches gracefully over a narrow belt young man who shouts his Interesting Venezuela Is ono of tho Important oi cardinal velvet, Just the color found sentences into tho 6oasbell ear never petroleum, In the plaid, nnd fastened by a Jcwolcd dreams for the moment that the other markets of American though It has Important oil fields of Us buckle. Tho tartan sleeves add chic folks aro hearing. own. to the garment, and mako It as Frenchy IlrllK of All Kind. In tho public schools of Germany tho a creation as ono would wish to see. bright pupils are separated from tho They arc in tho favorite now modo, It Is said that a new potato grated stupid onos. Medical men do tho sortstanding out In full, stiff puffs from finely and then used Instead of soap to ing. tho shoulder, and clinging In a mass wash with Is good. It Is cstlmntod that tho Kafllrs In the of wrinkles to tho lower arm from An acceptable way of quenching tho baby's thirst Is to tie a little diamond mines at Klmbcrley, South abovo tho elbow. Africa, steal $1,250,000 worth of lco In a piece of soft, clean The richness of tho velvet enhances a year. tho entire gown. Odd lnpels of tho muslin. o Thero nre more than seventy halls In wool goods meet In points on the Salad dressing does not often require of the sleeve, fastened by a flat tho cook stovo to prepare it. slnco oil, Paris devoted to fencing, nch presided over by a fencing master moro or loss famous. TWO TOILETS TRIM AND TIDY. Loaves of the tallpat palm In Ceylon sometimes nttnln tho length of twenty feet. Tho natives sometimes uso them in making tents. Tho amount paid In tho form of Interest to shareholders In public companies In England annually Is something like 220,000.000. Dijon, France, hns a poplar tree with a record that can be traced to 722 A. D. It is 122 feet high nnd forty-flvfeet In circumference at tho baso. go spiiech for her sake, and learn the lessons of sllcnco with her but sho would not llBtcn to tho suggestion. And then began the martyrdom of Allan FOB, WOMAN ANDIIOME. o; plc-tu- ro T 9 brlc-n-br- ;tiyi 'itfrj PS 1. hnlf-wa- ro ct e. bod-Ic- vinegar, cream and eggs may be ;isev When n grate flro In a sickroom needs replenishing, fill a paper bag with coal and put it on tho embers. This pre vents all noise. Sawdust and chamois ekln as polishers after cut glass lias been thoroughly washed In hot soap suds will make It glitter and sparkle. A common cause of failure In making fancy bread and rolls Is mixing vho dough too stiff. It should bo soft enough to bo easily worked, without being In tho least sticky. Cereals should not be boiled simply In water, but In a mixture of equal parts of milk and water. They should not be stirred, for stirring makes thera starchy, but cooked In a double boiler. Washing soda, moistened to a paste, will brighten tins quickly and a ndded to a tablcspoonful of Spanish whiting will make a pasto that will clean marble If It Is allowed to dry there. A good recipe for orange water Ico Is: One quart water, one pound sugar, the outer rind of one nnd tho Juice of three or four oranges. Strain into a can and pack Ice and salt around It, and freczo and scrapo It down until It la sufficiently frozen. ul nTTIJ WIT1 AlXXi TTTTArfYR x A NfTl Jl UJJlvOW U Xt ' -- LAOCHING GAS FOR OUR LEAr READERS. A Womnn'n A Krnnon Watrr-llsh- t V:iiitcil a Surety A I'roootal Com-liartm- nit Dovotcd boa-hi-L- w He Ouni i:wrjl)oly. HEY tell me, 3ILw, A WW 11 ViMr ( ml the girl That uroko all tho hearts in Paris; That made such a singular social swirl And yet found nono to marry. that yan're Tho Knight, tho Baron, My Lord, tho Duke, Were none of them to your liking? You gavo them all rebuff, rebuke, While dancing, driving, biking. d nut-brow- Jilt Well, naught care I for your triumphs galore, Itcrrptlon (lovrn of Vrhrt, Your dower, or power, or polf. This Is the season for tho blossom- I'm simply a clerk In a dry goods store-AnI offer you, Miss, mysolf. ing out of wedding frocks; perfect marTom Hall In Truth- of elegance and Bamples of the vels dressmaker's art. Tho most lavish display in costume Is Indulged in in Yantcd n Surety. govn3 for tho receptions, many cf them being beyond description. Velvet plays an Important part, combined with rich lace or fur, nnd an endless display of costly Jewels. A fetching gown worn at a recent ft ?W wedding by one of tho guests, a petite, brown-eye- d maiden, was mado up of soft, silky crepo do chene, velvet and priceless old Venetian point lace. o Tho body of the gown was in effect, the clinging, pale green crepo held out stiffly by Its skirt of heavy leaf green satin. Tho graceful form was beautifully outlined by an Eton coat of leaf green velvet, opening over a vest of Jaboted lace. Tho coat Prima Donna This is your paja, darling. Will you not kiss him? Darling Not unless you're suro he'tt going to be It for good. Truth. IMS h$flmkfffe? prln-cess- SsaO v do-cld- ed mi If' ' A Ilcvoteil Count do Vermicelli, an Italian nobleman now In New York, Is engaged to ho married to Mls3 Maud Snobberly of Fifth avenue. Ono of the guests at a recent social gathering at tho Snobberly mansion asked old Mrs. Snobberly (sho used to bo a servant girl), how sho liked her prospective Sho replied: "Me and Mr. Snobberly aro both tickled to death with Count de Vermicelli, and tho way he is stuck on Maud is a Bin. You can havo no idea of how tho Count dotes on that gal. Everything In tho world that ho Imagines she wants ho makes us buy for her." 7. son-in-la- Juno-csqu- 11' iJ far-awa- y, was cut In decollete effect, and caught across tho shoulders by full bows of velvet ribbon. A neck roucbe of black marabout, and a huge knot on the back of the fair head, set off the daintiness of the costume. No tro for Him. The dusky islanders sat In a ring, listening with eager expectation to the Lord Chancellor as he read to their monarch the latest communication from tho Foreign Mission Society. "Slnco tho mysterious disappearance of our dear brother, Duppy," so ran tho letter, "wo aro sending you ono who will be a powerful worker In tho field. In him not only Is tho spirit willing, but the flesh Is strong." A look of disappointment passed around tho circle. "Read that part again," said His Majesty. The Chancellor compiled. The king leaped up from the section of which formed tho imperial throne. "Such a letter as that," he cried, as crown on the he dashed his stove-plp- o coral strand, "Is an outrage; the man will bo utterly distasteful to us; wrlto at once and say we don't want him." Truth. pork-barrel Wator-Tlcl- it Compartment. When Mr. Boozle landed in Now York from a Liverpool steamer tho other day, ho gavo every appearanco of having had a long and severe tusslo with tho A friend was on tho flowing bowl. dock to meet him, nnd when ho perceived his condition he said: compartments "Aro there water-tigIn your ship, Boozle?" "Betcher life. Chuck full of 'em." "I thought so. And you had one, didn't you?" ' "I'dno. Why?" "You don't look as though a drop of water got into you during tho entire voyage." ht Shabby. Mn2lc So Ethel hns married hct" well-crack- ed ilia-mon- out-sld- lord, eh? Dalsle Yes, but ho married her under false pretenses. "How so?" "He imitated the consumptive cough right up to tho marriage ceremony, anit then dropped It, tho brute!" New York World. Encouraging. Passenger (to coachman, who 13 drivspeed) Stop! Hold ing at a break-nec- k on! What In thunder Is tho matter with, you? We will havo a smash-u- p if you carry on llko this! Driver Never mind, sir! I'm tired o life; disappointed In lovo this Is tho la3t chapter of my life's novel. IIll Gt up. there! Puck. A uomnn Iteason. Mixta Hor So Happy. o SMILES BETWEEN SERMONS. "Why did you glvo tho Mamma: Papa: "Because baby that drum?" ho makes less noise when ho has tho drum." Life. "Papn, thero Is n largo Tommy: black bug on tho celling." Professor (very busy): "ptcp on It nnd leave mo alone." Flicgcndo Blatter. "That Is. tho most remarkable thing. I am suro that I heard tho clock strlko tl irteen." "Suro, thin, and It's midnight, nnd I always keep It an hour fan." Judy. A Liberal Tip: "Did ye got a tip from that bloke?" "I did thot." "Whnt was It?" "Ho tould mo OI ought to bo carryln tho hod Inshtead of of God." waltin on the table." Puck. Tho doctors had another name for It. Muggins: "I paid $1.G0 to boo your They called It ncuto paralysis, and said Bugglns: wife's hat last night." It was redox, and would pass off presthey wero wrong la their "What aro you talking about?" Mugently, but prognostications. Luella went about gins: "Fact. I sat right behind her at tho her work again, tho light household theater." Philadelphia Record. Spencer: "Didn't Dlowltln run for duties which dovolved on her, but no camo from her muto lips. Allan, sheriff last election?" Ferguson: "Yes. word who wno besldo himself with crlef and And ho spent so much money trying to disappointment, urged her to learn tho get elected that the sheriff is now runlabial language, Indeed offered to fore ning for hlra." New York Herald. lnBiwlc5 I Young Husband (who meets his wife Jennie, my dear, I know you have boon silently grieved and pained a long time on account of my absence from home nt tho club every evening. I am going to turn over a now leaf, and I'm going to begin Young Wife Oh, Edwin, you don't know bow happy you'vo mado mo! Brother Jack wants me to go to tho and you can theater with him tako caro of the baby; so good-bBoston Courier. y. it i 'MMtmKmit 1IM llltlTCtK'O. Fut's that sound I hear "Why don't you tako your music lesyer darter Cornelia makin' in the houso sons of Mr. L.?" beyant? "I don't think ha knows anything Mrs. Gillignn (proudly) Suro it's a prlmy dony she's to be, an' thot'a tho about music!" "Ho doesn't, but Just think what trills she do be running for her vocal lovely mustache ho has." Truth. , culthure. Hogan (much relieved) Arrah, Mr. A Mlimimer. that all? Sure I fought sho wor garg-llHo Did you see that palnttaR. her t'roat! Puck. "Maiden's Meditation?" She Yes. Tho girl's face was lovely. A Hunt? Itrmark. He Why, I thought from tho name it Merchant What do you mean by was the pleturo of a man. Life. using such language? Are you tho boss here, or am I ihe boss? II (In ctl Everybody. Clerk I know I'm not the boss. Merchant Then If you are not tha Notorious Spendthrift (to waiter at a boss, why do you talk like a blamed restaurant) How much do I owe? fool? Ex. Waiter Thai's more then I can tell- Mr. Hogan n' M M I & SUPPLEMENT TO THE SEMI-WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KY. p i t h COMMEIICIAI, SUPREHACt. will yield to tho folso allurements of they realize that cheap money, wh.en Would Follow tho normal to Tny it must ronult In tho woakening of It is witnin our Krnoh if tv- - Get fo btrtc. ffferfc! fork! OutUold, Says Secretary Ctirlsle. Unto u Solid Gold Da'sU. that financial integrity and rectitnd - c hare l!t Qtgg&rj Art (pfVAR la wm, In his annual report.mode pnblio on THEY AKB STRONGLY CONDEMNED which thuu far in our history ono of Thnt most eminent of all flnnnolal vv boon so devotedly oherishod as Docomber 10, Secretary Carlisle exwriters, Paul has an BY PRESIDENT OLLVELAHD. tho traitB of truo Americanism. jHtvi iftv poses tho grave remits that would folnrtiolo in the December Forum entilow if tho treasury department should tled "Conditions for American l'oor Money lor l'oor People. rofuso to pay out gold, oven for one and Piuanoial Hupremaoy." We Hnvo Tour Times Katie 1 to is tho money i.1 It is truo thatsilvor honr, as eomo perHo points out clearly tho injury wo transaa-tiou- s ninietnUlMii No Hope the poorthat is, that their sons would havo.it do. Ho says : oureelvon by Kor Success lit Future Danger of aro largely Mich as involvo nro'iuflioting upon "A refusal to pay gold on either for oheap dollar?, and by keepAttoiuptlii: to Depreciate Our amount too small to bo conveniently class of our note, whou domnndod by tho Innking Currency. settled in gold. But as matters now ing our Government in tho holders, would instantly destroy uest'oy confidence poo- - in th s tho parity of tho two metals, rednco No part of tho President's annual stnml tho mcucr of the mny of and ftre iwtstors away. tho ourreucy to a silver basis, untettlo message to Congress is more worthy country is the same nn t which DinMisungo lr "greonbaoks" all vnlno?, impair tho obligations of nil of careful reading than that part in tho rich sold. To enil e t'wo who ara responsible for koeplng our Govafford pieces of sold hro existing contracts aud procipitato n which ho oxposos tho folly and danger cannot ernment in the banking buiinon he financial, industrial nnd commercial of attempting any moro legislation iu enough to be conveniently handled to finds that uhilo other great countries all the advantages of good monev, revolution more disastrous in its behalf of silver. It is absolutely un- havo havo issued or caused to be issued to tho labor and businocs answerable. Hero aro somo extracts our Government has put a gold in- considerable amounts of paper mouey dorsement upon overy coin of othor interests of the country than nny panic from it: during critical periods ours is the flrt or depression that has yot occurred While I havo endeavored to mnko a motal.1 permit'ed to circulate, from to rofuso to take up and aaucel itn in our history. Tho magnitude of tho plain statement of tho disordered con- tho bronze cout ktid tokon ThiH was n "dollar' notes as soon as possible. we did not interests involved nnd the pormanont dition of our currency and tho preseut piece to tho silver great nud vital orror whioh character of tho injury that would bo dangers menacing our prosperity, and itself. If tho idoa is that poor peo- repair entirely when wo reinmed indicted by such an experiment for- to bUggest a wuy which leads to a safer plo ought to havo poor money, thoy specie payments iu 1879. "A govern-mont,- " bids its fnvornblo consideration, oven financial system, I havo constantly had can be deprived of good money by so ho "is ill fitted hays indorse for a moment, in tho prcsout condition in mind the fact that many of my misusing tho Govornment to maintain and ill equipped of our affairs. This condition is countrymen, whoso sincerity I do not mout as to make it worthless and loavo paper raonoy in circulation, even if Tho serious question that confronts SMALL CHAXUE. , doubt, insist that tho euro for tho ills tho coins that thoy must uso to conn-tryThe is not whether tho unliko that existing in any other this country depreciated and to pass at thoir the papor is redeemable in specie. or that ever beforo oxistod in this now threatening us may bo found iu AHhongb tho crushing dofont of tho action of tho Government in ontering country, nnd, as already shown, is tho tho single and simple remedy ot the bullion value only. If, however, ns I redemption douo is in tUelf a great and a continual embarrassoilverites in tho recent oleotions indi- into it banking business in the past result of a beliove, tho Government iihanld help troublo He policy at freo coinage of Hilvor. thinks that tho functioncates the rapid decline of tho freo coin-ag- o was wiso or foolish, but, having en- varianco not only with tho toachings us ment." No government, no human contri- tho poor to havo as good money must act aries of a government ho a serious tered into it, what must be dono to ot agitation, it would exporionco but with tho financial vance or act of legislation, has over anybody, it would seom to mo well so by fixod nnd always identical ruloi," rstalako tn biippose thtvt the dolusions honorably disohargo every responsi- law of tho world. limiting lta use, tho been ablo to hold tho two metals to to protoot, by cannot make n double nud unfa curin whioh it originated aro dead for nil bility thus created, and fulfill overy might have gether in freo oomago nt a ratio ap- Government's gold indorsement on rency out of Government paper which Remedies Alextituo to come. Error is many formed, pledgo sinco given or implied. been moro or less eflectivo nudor preciably different from that which is tho coins of other motds which it perIf the government wore out of tho aud the cheap money doctrines ex- ander E. Orr. other circumstances cannot bo in established in tho markets of the uorld. mits to circulate and which, moro hanking bustnewi andvpnvat bank pounded by the freo silver advocatos gold ooiii, nre iu tho tho least degree offectivo now, nnd Thoso who bolievo that our inde- largely thnn tho woro left to deal with tho exportation will probahly spring up again at on it would bo futile nnd dangerous nt pendent freo coinage of silver at an hands of tho poor, as to insure TTIIY SILVER IS CHEAP. when early day. to bo ns good as of gold problem thy would, this timo to attempt a correction of artificial ratio with gold of 10 to 1 they ohall coutmne harmful exportation begins, raiio the our financial disorders othorwiso than would rostoro the parity between tho golil in tho hands of overy ono who of discount uutilsucli exportation lablo showing world's production by a total removal of their cnueos. metals, nnd consequently between tho holds them. Hou. Johu Da Witt War- rnt checked. This is what European "With the abundant cvidenco that a ih of silver by years or averago for peri- Long adherence to tho false syatoni coins, opposo nn unsupported nud im- ner. largo portion of tho people still bankH do in mniiUr emergencies. in the idea that money is some- ods, oonimercial ratio of silver to gold has to a great oxteut undermined our probable theory to the general belief When the gold movement is controlled United Mntos Currency MalMtcs. thing created by government flat, and eaoh year and average London price national credit, so far as it is rolatod aud practice of other natiom, and to iu this way, it produces "only a light The lteform Club has just iwued nnd momentary embarr.iinMient, not to that cheap currency would make every- of bar silver per Hue ounce in United to tho maintenance of a sound cur- the tenching of tho wisest statesmen what promwej t prove one of the lie compared with the shook and ktho is idle to ignoro tho fact States gold coin : body rich, it rency, and it mutt bo reconstructed, and economists of the world, both iu pamphUts in that assaults on our flnnnoial system Yftluo of not merely propped up by fruil and tho past aud present, and, what is far m&it valuable rtferenoe discredit resulting from an outgo of n lino likoly to continue intermittingly many more conclusive, they run counter to its series "United States Currency gold the end of nhieh Miinot be onl aro tomporary supports. It required Troduatloa ot Silver, ouno at years to produce ih.ii result, but after our own actual experience!. Statistics." it is designed to meet oulated. for a long period. It is doubtful if average Ratio Annual average of tho gold standard Twice in our earlier history our the- neU of tho who wih to have tho maintenance "An advMitee in the money rate in for period. Silver to OoM quota- - it has been produced it would be idle will ever again bo so violently attacked Ferlod. rine onnees. iwr. Hntlo. tion, to expect a return to n sound condi- lawmakers in attempting to ostnblih at hand, in compact form, the moft order to arrest the outgo of specie, 11690 iring the past few years. Tho as tion with all the o lies of our finan- a bimetalha ourroucy undertook free reliable statute available upon cur- particularly gold, is sure to suaeeeil if 16.03 . 10.9W.0S3.. 1170) thirty-tw14.SI work of oducation has been so thorcial distress still in existence and in coinago upon a ratio which accident- renoy topic. It oonsisU of the Government does not diiinrb tho (1710 pagee, crowded with just those oughly dono in regard to the relative ever be- ally varied from the actual relative .11,483,510., 11720 15.22 more activo operation than natural oourso ot operation by artlfi 16(4 values of the two metals not more thnn nUtigtiej to whioh student of merits of cold nnd silver that pnblio fore. 11730 14.81 ami measure. Suoh an advance cheeks 13.963,030. questions have most occasion to is now permanently fixod in largo, three per cent. Tn both caoi, notwith11.94 . ... sentiment "No surplus rovonue.however the iuiorts of iuerebaudie, and, on )1T40 14.55 favor of gold. could extricate us from our present standing greattr ditnoultios and oost refer. 0 17.140,612. the other hand, stimulates export. It 176U 14.14 While, at iU same implies, it is difficulties, or givo assurance of safety of transportation than now cxnt, the 1770 drw oupiUl from abroad to sek tho 14.62 . .. 20.935,591. mainly to statUtlos relating to better returns which are tho conso 1780 in tho future, unless it should be re- coins, hcH5e intrinsic worth was un14.72 But the complex problems involved 1700 15.04 bo paid in gold under a dervalued iu the ratio, gradually and United 8tatw currency, it also in- queuee of this advance. quired to 28,261,779. in the establishment of a perfectly 1800 15.63 system which would exempt the surely disappeared from our circula- cludes comparative data hi to foreign "Thus whenever the liikf, publio 0 sound cuxronoy system based on the 1810 .23,746,922., 15.77 government from tho obligation to tion and went to other countries where countries at every important point. or private, are charged with the pro1MM .17,855,753. 15.62 .... gold standard, aro not vo well under0 1830 .14,807,0:4.. 15.8J furnish tho gold when demanded to be there real value was better rHOoguized. A number of ingenious diagrams add tection of the uieUllio reserve of tho stood by tho olovon millions of voters. 1833 15 98 31.297 Acta of Congress were impotent to interest to the work, aud full used in making tho payments', aud it country, they accomplish it with cerThere exists tho widest dilTeronco of 1834 15 73 1.313 to st mstics not poMible to b tainty by this rovereiiru method of is scarcoly necessary to suggest that crcato equality where natural ohiimm 1885 15,80 opinion as to tho proper naturo and 1.503 inclnded oiler suggwtiens to thos On such a system is impossible as long us decreod even a slight inequality. 1836 15.72 1.315 raising the money rate. bouxob of the paper substitutes for 19,175,S67 making special inveitigations. 1837 Twice in our recent history we have 15.83 1.305 tho Unitod State notes aud treasury the contrary, when the state miles coin whioh all oivilizod nation? agree 1838 15.85 L304 Tho pamphlet oau be obtained for the fiduciary currenoy, as in the Uninotes are kept in circulation nnd nre signally failed to raise by legislation in considering vastly superior to me1833 15.62 1.323 flv cents from the Reform Club, b'l tod Htatee, it hai no renl means of redeomablo in gold by tho govorn- tho valuo of silver. Under nu act of 1840 15.62 1.323 money tallic in all ordinary ment itself on presentation. To pay Congress pawed in 1S7S the Govern- William street, New York City. fl841 15.70 1.316 protecting tho metallic reserve It business transactions. It is admitIBM 15.87 1.303 nnd ment was required for more thuu with ono hand out gold cannot raise tho disoount rate, for it ted by all financial authorities that The Crj Is Already True. 1843 15 M 1.297 receivo it baok with the othor would twolvo years to expand nnnually at does not discount oouimorcial papor. tho world's supply of gold would be 1844 15.85 1.301 f Rait Lake Tribune (Silver mine of bo a tucless expenditure of timo and least 821,000,000 in the purchase 1845 It is under obligation to pay gold to 15.92 1.293 wholly inadequate for the demands of 25,090,512, organ). A oorrespondent asks us all who demand it, without any powor 184$ 1.300 15.90 labor, and yet this is just what would bo silver bullion for coinage. The not of trade, were it not that by modern 1817 1.808 15.89 dono if gold should bq exacted in pay- July 14, 1890, in n still bolder ellort what the outlook for silver remonetl-zatioto regulate or reduce tho domand. It banking systems an enormous volumo 1848 15.83 1.804 is. The answer is "good and n absolutely disarmed. ment of customs or othor publio duo, increase 1 the amount of silver the Its solo re1349 of commeroo is carried on by checks, 15.78 1.309 notes aro out- Government was compelled to pur- bad." Bad because tho men who source im to secure speoio by loans whilo tho 1650 16.70 1.316 draft?, bills of exchange or bank notes. 1851 1.837 15.46 chase, and forced it to become tho cati'cd demonetization huvo the money ubrond. But as these loans have no standing." 1852 15.59 1.826 buyer annually of 51,000,000 ounces, and they can control elections. Dad effect on tho general current of busi1853 15.33 1.848 The recent great inoreaso in the or practically tho entire product of because there is going to be for a ness, their proceeds aro soon oxhaul 1854 15.33 1.343 1'rosent Varieties ol Legal Tender. yield of gold, the total product our mines. Under both laws silver good many years to come a steady in- od nud thoy must bo renewed. ThU 1855 15.33 1.344 r rapidly and steadily declined amounting during tho past year to Tho following varieties of logal 1S56 16.33 1.314 in value. creaso iu tho yiold of gold from h incapacity to protoot its resorvo is the 1857 15 27 1.353 about $200,000,009. makes it certain exist at tho present timo undor Tho propheoy and the expressed hopo mines. Within throe years the amount ohiof reason why a stato it not fitted 1853 1.344 15.83 29,093,123. tho laws of tho United States: thai'tbsre will be an abundance of nnd expectation of thoso in the Con- is liable to reach $300,000,000 per an- to ihsuo fiduciary money." 1859 15.19 1.CM 1. Gold coins, legel tender without gress who lod in the passage of the num, nnd tho cry vill be, "What need that metal to serve ns a standard of I860 15.29 1.852 After n discussion of "Bimetallism," 1SG1 any oxpress limit. value and a basis for currenoy. There 1.33.3 15.50 act, that it would re- of silver money, thero is enough of which should be read by all, !d". 1862 1.316 15.35 'J. Silver dollars nnd Treasury notes establish nud maintain tho former gold?" will therefore be no question that all concludes as follows : 1803 15.37 35,401,972, 1.343 issued under the act of 1890, lcgnl ten- parity between tho two metals, aro still substitutes for metallic money must 1804 15.37 "As soon as the capitalists, small 1.345 (Jroutul. Stcadilr der "except whero otherwise oxpressly fresh iu our memory. n tho future bo redeemable- in gold. 1865 13.44 1.333 and great, of Europe shall know that 1366 who 15.48 While tho declaration in favor of tho United States havo definitely 1.339 stipulated in the contract." Tho vagaries of "money cranks" In tho light of theso orporioncos, 1857 16.37 1.323 8. United Statoa notes (groonbaoks), whioh norord with the experiences of freo silver was carried by a decided adoptod tho gold standard and releclaim that paper money need not bo 186 43,051,533, 15.59 1.326 s legal tender except for interost on the other nations, there is corUinly no majority in tho redeemed at all, or that it should bo 1869 gated silver to n subordinate mono-tar16.60 1.325 in Omaha, tho Omaha Boo points pnblio debts and for duties on imports. fiennrn crrniinil for tlin hclifif that nn 1870 based on a multiple standard of one 16.57 1.323 role tho Havings of Wostera 1871 15.57 1.323 Since the resumption of spocio pay- act of Congress could now bridge an out that tho voto, compurod witu tuo Europe will How toward that country. hundred or more Btaple commodities, 1672 15. 6 J 1.323 ments (1S79) theso notes Imvo been inoauality of fifty nor cent, betweon voto on tho same propositioi at pre Freed from the fear that he may somo need not be seriously considorod. 1873 63,317,011 15.92 1.293 made receivable for duties byTroasury gold and silver at our prosent ratio, vious Congresses, alio we 1 that relafads, someThey are merely ingenious 1S74 1G.17 1.278 day bo repaid in depreciated monoy. 1875 order, to nvoid tho troublo of carrying nor is thero tho least possibility that tively tho canso of froo silver has been overy porsou with Havings iu ail 16.59 1.216 times defended with plausible sophisflS7C 17.83 1.153 steadily losing ground oven among Europe will bo happy to find u return gold to and from tho Ca?to.m Houso. try, but always rosting on tho most our country, whioh has lwa than 1877 17.22 1.201 4. National bank note?, logal tonder absurd and unsound premises. of tho silver money in tho tho representatives of the of !l to 4 per cent, in good American 79,775,633, 1878 17.04 1.153 States. in payment of any debt or liability to world, could by its action nlono raise 1879 18.40 1.123 securities, and of & to b per cent, in 11880 any National bank ; also receivable for not only our o.vn but all biIvw to its 18.05 1.145 the shnros of well established AmeriIt is to be regretted that on tho imCoin's Aliases. flSSl 18.18 1.133 all Government dues except dutios on lost ratio with gold. Our attempt to can outornri.ion. Then the immeuso as to how tho volumo portant question 1332 18.19 1.130 import?, and tendorable for all Gov- accomplish this by tho freo coiungo of Now tho author of "Coin's Finan- .1 territory of tho United Statos will find 92,003,911.. 1883 18.61 1.110 of paper currenoy, which experience ernment dobts oxcopt interest on silver at a ratio differing widely from cial Sohool" has resolved himself into 183-18.57 1.113 to bo not only uoful but has shown lis Yfcsfc roeourucn iiijuuijr uuu ISM 19.41 1.0640 bonds. aotual rehtivo values would bo tho tho Patriots of America. lie seems to put in tho way of exploitation. nbsolutoly necessary, should be fur- 18S6. . .9946 93.297.290.. .1836 20.78 D. Silver coins smallpr than one signal for tho complete doparturo of feel the necessity of traveling under a Tho abandonment of wotcs or papor nished, there is not tho same agree- 1837 .97323 96.128.533 ...1337 21.13 good mnuy aliase.. That is Iho habit money iHktied by tho atate, tho dofintto 21.93 .93597 dollar, legal tender to tho amount of gold from our circulation, th.) imme1833 .103,827,G0tJ....1833 ment that exists in respect to tho .., .120,213,611.... 1889 22 10 .93519 ten dollars in ono payment. Coius of diate nnd largo contraction of our cir- of somo people. Boston Herald. 1689. adoption of gold as tho foIo standard gold and silver. 1890...., .126,095,032. ...180) 19.76 1.01633 tonder to tho thoso nre tho two necessary condl On ono sido there is a large and influ- 1891. ... .137,170,919. ..1891 20. M .93732 nickel and copper, legal cents in ono culating medium, and n shrinkage in Will Xot Delar tho Interment, twouty-fivthe real valuo nnd monetary efileieuoy tions on whioh tho United States can body of men who believo that the 1892.... .153.151,762.. ,.189-- OS. 73 .97100 amount of ential Horace White, m Money of all other forms of currency us thoy payment. Joo Blackbnrn refuses to recognise secure financial position as import.76031 .165.165,376 ..1893 26.41 Business of supplying paper, or credit, 1893 160,001,995 .03179 and Banking. 1894 ..13J1 32.6J sottled to tho lovol of silver monothe death ot freo silver, but this fact ant us that thoy now hold in agriculrnonoy, is a legitimate function of govmetallism. Every one who rocoives a will not interfere with tho arrange-mentture and in industry. On thoso two ernments, and demand tho issuing by ritoDUcnos and trice op silver, for the interment. Chioago conditions they enn somo day approach fixed salary and ovory worker for Congress of an increased amount of wages would find tho dollar in his Production given in Millions of Dollars, coining value and equal Grcut Britain ns u financial greenbacks or Treasury notes. They rro-hand ruthlessly scaled down to the If, on the contrary, thoy power. Claim that government promises-to-paRati). duet. Master "And whoro is the talent I persist in their bystem of governmonl point of bitter disappointment if Lot are a cheap and safe currenoy, and gavo unto thee?" Servant "It was a paper money and in the 'rehabilitato pinching privation. that any changes in our financial sys- i ' r )Tf F H ? i ?. H i H'mTHTTTM lTTT IT8 rfmTF A change in our standard to silver sliver coin, my master, nnd and HlfiHtfiilt S J4 U ii i j8 H tion' of silver, their industrial And limittem should bo in tho direction of so rapidly that 1 throw it away commercial dovolopmont nlik'u will bo monometallism would also bring on a ing the powers of banks to issuo notes. collapse of tho entire systom ot credit or very shame." Cloveland Plnln trammeled, nnd thoy will undergo And thoy insist that it is only through which, when basod on a standard Dealor. inarkod and permanent experiences of some form of govornment noto?, iswhioh is reoognized nnd adoptod by flnnncial weakness." without sued "direct to tho peoplo" There is scarcely nny point in tho the world of bnsinoss, is many timos the intervention of banks, that a satisocouomy of national affairs ot greater moro potent and usoful than tho factory solution of tho vexed oturrency Credit has dono moro n thousand volume of curronoy and is safely momont thau tho uniform preservation problem can bo reached. of tho intrlnsio value of tho money times to enrich nations than all the capablo of almost indoflnito expansion mines in tho world. Dauiol Wobstor, to meet tho growth of trado und en- unit. Alexander Hamilton. terprise. On tho other hand there' is a probastrngglo through In u THE 1IAKYET 1C TO 1 SILVER AIAUXEI' bly lnrgor number of peoplo equally dnrknees and uncertainty our humilizoalouii in spreading their viows, who ation would be increased by tho "are convinced that tho root of all unthat wo had parted sound money schemes nud financial with all tho enlightened and troubles is to bo found in tho assumpprogrosjivo nations of tho world, and tion by governments of what is propwero desporatoly nnd hopelessly striverly tho business of banks. e ing to meet tho stress of modern Thoy regard our proont issue and competition with a debased ne unsafe greenbacks ot hu and unsuitable curronoy asd in autoand costly curronoy, nnd urgentmation with the few weak and laggard ly demand that they bo retired alono as as promptly ns possible. They say to 1872 was, in nations whioh have silver Tho averago production of silver in the ton years prior their standard of value. . .. that as tho Government does not inM on .1 All history warns us against rash exterfere with tho iuo of checks, drafts round llgares, uu,uuu,uoj eacu year, anu lue averago prioo was gi.oa an and bills of exchange as n means of ounco. In 180 the production had increased to $120,000,000, aud naturally periments which threaten violont conts an ounco. Tn 1892 and '93 the ohaugos in our monetary btundardnnd debts without the use of metal-i- the prioe had goes down to uiuty-ninmoney, neither should it interfere annual production had reached tho enormons sum of $190,000,000, nnd tho tl degradation of our currenoy. Tho past is full of lessons teaching not with tho use of banknotes, which nre cents; and tho most romarkablo only tho oconomio dangers, but tho most naturally went down to sixty-eigonly another form of credits. Thoy price arguo that if tho banka wero allowed foot is that the fall in prico has been in noarly oxact proportion right straight national immorality that follows in the train of such experiments. I will to ltsuo notes redeemable in gold, through to tho increaso of annual production. not believe that the Amerioan peoplo to deposit 'without being compelled man assort in the fnco of these facts that inoxeuod Will any be persuaded after sober delibera-io- n United States bond's cs security, a produotion has hud no effeot on the fall in price, but that demonetization of e to jeopardize theirn ation'i coqid be much more olautio currenoy alone prodacod this result? Wm, Preston and proud standing by epQOurojf puppliod than undsr tho present sys- silver by tho United States hes ft! AT WAS DEMAGNETISED OH N0TEMDEB r, Itiil. lug financial nostrums, nor that they tem lli' I1ABK, HAIIS, THE DOUS DO BAUh GRAVE HESULT3 ' hp ft. iawmawnj Leroy-Bcnullo- Com-morcl- nl good-iutoutiono- d Jm-fn"- ". 'len i ton-ce- o to-da- y long-continu- "ho tht bo-lio- v 1CS1-17- . o 1701-172- 0 cor-reno- y 1721-174- 1711-173- . d 1761-173- 1781-180- 0.. 1801-181- 1811-18- 1S21-1S8- refer-onoe- s 1831-1819- .. own-cr'r- 1811-1S.'P- .. n legal-tond- ton-de- 183C-18C- -- 1661-1SC- Leroy-Beaulie- u - 1860-1870- .. Trans-Mississip- Con-cres- y j 1871-187- ono-seven- th traus-Mis-uissip- 187C-18S- I 1831-188- uuw-pletel- y o a 1792-1S9- 1. Timos-Heral- y 4 I I ? M d en-tir- o solf-invite- d com-rmn- v oom-mero- j..stA. 1 1 ! o o ht fair-minde- d pro-tig- t. '$; i ;,(- - '. Lltl'Jf.'.iSW'Jr ,yTTK'3aft?ac3ariaggm -- y Ut rv5 " qimiytmfsr?T ?&? S3." 1 It mi-Wee- Interior Journal 1890 Nkw Hamburg. Severance fc Son. OAl'WHtalwoluta cost at Shanks'. OVKECOAT8 Stanford, Ky., January 3, at,tke r Sbanka't m m m rljfttt prices patterna W-k- at January 1st is bere and you are earnFor Rrnt. Three or four rooms, furestly requested to come in and settle. H. nished or unfurnished, with or without 0. Rupley. board. Mrs. Dr. O'Bannon: L . - ' V T-r- ) k '. I 'UHV1pr'i-- ,,Aftkii Jan. let yon will tlnd us in the Our delinquents will ploasa turn to storoiuow occupietTtly Mra. McKlnney, Romans 13.8 and rceolve this New Year You can have- no Idea how cheap and Wkddino precoma at Danka', the Jew Danks, tho Joweler. how Rood every thing in our jewolery and to keep the command therein Riven. silverware Btoo.K Is. Call and bo con- oler. Closing out prices on account of ,, . If you want a cheap suit of clothes go htorb room in Mumord lor sale. Also vinced. Penny's Drue and Jewelry removal. Store. to thanks'. You can get it there either the hooka and accounts of the lato Dr. i Tina Uano ia six pagee, the two extra S. G. Hocker are in my hands for settlee or tailor-madticulars and Catalogues address B. J. PINKERTON, President. PERUONA! POINTS. being devoted to financial questions and ment. Apply to Dr. W. B. O'Bannon.' choice- miscellany. Skcurb your seat for the Heino W. S. and 8iM EMimv hio botli ill at Handy'b Passing Players are the greatat McRoberts' drug their parents'. Your nccount Is now ready and you Btore. Ticket are only 35 eta for est hits out. See them and tho Great Miss Doha Sthauii has returned from will plena.) come forward and settle. M. Diana at Walton's Opera House, Monday Orango, Texas. S. A J. W. lioiiKhmaii, and Tuesday nights next. Admission Mawjiiau, Noel, who has been ill lor - BY Jailkr Bell, of Cnsoy, came up yee. My friends will 'urently oblige mo if terdayand took back with him Zke 25, 35 and 50c. seveinl weeks, has about recovered. Mbb. W. G. Uinwioo, o( Ohicno, was thoy will call and settle their nccounta. I Eads, the prisoner who was recently capFor Interfering wlin Couetable Thorn need tho money. M. F. Eikin. tba RUfst of Mrs. JaiiifB F. Ournminp. tured by Constable Benedict. He 1b ai Gooch while nuking an arrest at Mc shooting witfrintent to kill, Kinney, Davison Anderson and another Mb. Will 8. SroNic, of Dimly, was Rbmkmiisu our closing sale iu atill in charged with tho Rtieflt of Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Tate. darkey were tried before Squire Bailey 'oWe full blast and w are crowded all day. I have rented the. business of M. F Mb. 0caw E. Kocii his returnrd from So if you and held over till circuit court in the secure any of our bsf gains you Elkin and will continue tho business a1 a visit to bis bompfolks at Madison, Ind. sum of $100 each, which they gave. must como at once. Hughes A Tate. the same stand. I will noil for cash exMiia. Mollix Inouam and children, of CHURCH AFFAIRS. Mr. U. B. Mauosv has; added an acci- clusively apd know that I can make it to And Funeral Director. Erin, Tenn., aro vIbHIdr Mr. Isaac Ham your Interest to pay cash. Louis Walz. " ilton. dent company to bis fire Rod life insurMoney and supplies from the United Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Miss Annik Bitot a con Ekoliman has ance business. Yon will And him at The New Year camu In with cloudless States are wanted for 350,000 destitute Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. returned to letter's ColleRe, UowlinR MUb Kato Blain's ofllco on Lancaster st. skies and bright sunshine, which has Christian Armenians. Green. . Winchester has. just completed a reRoom opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. Miisn Sua, Bit and Annik Hills Our accounts are now all ready and Irstcd up to this writing, but yesterday's ligious consus. It shown tbe city to have we shall expect everyone to do his duty, dispatchers that rain or snow may bo Wooiw returned to MIllersburR OolleRe that Is to pay, and after Jan. 1 all books expected today with a cold wave, though 2,743 church member, and only 871 of Tuesday. them fail to attend Sunday school. wis here will bo cloned aa vte are closing out, i is cold enough now. Mas. Hlanciir 6wknv Tho Baptist Temple, just completed, Wednesday en route from London to Hughes A Tate. Thk Farmers Bank and Truit Co., of will Beat 2,000 persons. An admission of Lancaster. Tiik Helnea and Gupt. Rider givo a Stanford, didn't have a grant deal to car- 15 cents will be charged Sundays. SalMr. W. W. WmiKiiB baa succeeded most agreeable entertainment and one ry to surplus, but It did what many vation may be free, but the goepel as A Hocker In the the firm of Withera which is well worth the small admission. banks did not, declared a 3 per cent, di- dispensed at Brooklyn, will not be. furniture builnee. See them at Waltou'a Opera vidend. Tho stockholders met Tuesday Rev. R. B. Mahony has been engagMh. T. D. Kaniy and family will move tho old directors. Houru and help the Lady Maccabees in a and ed to preach at Preacbersvilie once a into the dwelling on East Main street good cause. Mil O D. Powkll began yesterday to month. He will nreach his flrat sermon by Mr. J. F. Cummins. And you are Cordially Invited to Mra. Annie mot- - ids stock of goods to Lancaster, tliero Saturday at 11 a. m. and again on Mb. W. L. McOahty, who made boiiio Mas. Nannie Wbabkn and Wearen'e until money for the stockholders list year, 111 whore he will reside in tho futuro and Sunday at tho same hour. Mr. Mahony Jamea are at Mr. B. K. taey can rent a suitable bouse. again have chargo of the Kings Moun- run a iinilar Btore to the one ho had haa also been called to preach at Lontwice a M. John W. MooRB.of Casey, brought tain Canning Co. (It's a long ways ahead, here. The Intkiiiok Journal takes don Some 05month, of the faithful watched tbe recommending him to the hla pretty daughter, Mira Ovie, up this but Mr. McOarty tells us that ho !h lay- pleasure in College. ing hla plans for a big business next sea- good people of Garrard aa an honest man old year go out and Baw tho new one week to enter Stanford Female come In, at the Mothndist church Tuesand a gentleman. Mhh, C. M. Moobb stopped a day or son. day night. Pastor W. S. Grinstead conher re tiro with Mra. Ann Dudderaron H. O. Mills, of Richmond, who went ducted the services, in which all took The Schubert Symphony Olub and La turn homo to Mlddlesboro a(tr her visit dy Quartette entertainment nill bo tho by the name of Johnson when he lived part, and it is Bald to have been an occato Louisville. musical etentof the season. Don't for- here, has, it is said, fallen hoir to $100,-00- sion of great spiritual comfort. The bell Lincoln county's representative, lion. get the dale, Jan. 11, and don't fail to wrongfully withheld from him by waa rung at midnight and on the thres B. B. King, left Wtia8ily for Frankembrace the opportunity to hear one ol his father, who sought to disinherit him hold of a now year the worshippers refort. His beadiaaiiare will bo at the tne;best comptnles on the road make for marrying against hia wishes. A good turned to their homes. North Side Main Street, Opposite First National Bank. OapiUl Hotel. many people hern especially interested music worth any one's ti.ne, to liaten. ThiB brotherly little paragraph is Mb. H. O. Bbioiit. who travela lor the 9m will be glad to bere ol bis good lnck. from the Baptist Recorder: I Bee in the nero Tuesday, j Til ebb is an old negro ho cornea regOreecent Buggy Co.. be sold ularly to the looking aa young as he did when I am now straightened out and ready Christian Guide, of Louisville, which Is hero and Inyears ago. to wait on the public to anything in my a Oampbellite paper, that eome corregoods here a dozen quires for a letter that nover cornea. L. M. Houk, of Mt. Vernon, was Mr. he has made no application, ha line, which includes ail kinds of fruit, spondent raises the pertinent inquiry, "Why don't God kill the devil?" My down yreterday to sea bis wife who ia at never loses iaith (n the expectation that candies, fancy groceries, oystyers In bulk idea la that God doea not deal arbitrarily The Jceepb Trice Uospltal for tho eome mail will bring him a bin pension, and In can, Ac, Ac. I have an experperformed. though so many times disappointed. of bavlDg an operation ienced bker and can furnish the finest with every evil, else be would kill He may be allowing tbe devil Lexington, and Maa.L. E.Fabi8,oI bread, cakes and the like. Oysters servSplendid Assortment to select from. In Tub train which formerly left here for ed In any style and a first claw 35c meal to continue to live until be institutes bo 11. UnsalDg, of Somerset, are at Mrs. L. Richmood at 3 v, u. and returned at at all hours. Your trade aolicited. Cour- many false and conflicting churches that Mr. J. H. Rout'a. Tha former ia quite ifcSO, waa taken off Tuesday, because it teous treatment aasured. John H. tbey will disgust the world with their tick from the affects of a recent opera- cost much more than it brought the Meier. humanisms, and tbo people will all turn tton to the true faltb, and become Baptists. Mb. W. H. Mobphy bas moved hla company. Though a great convenience, The beet statement we have seen from Then wo will have the millennium. We are the leaders. Don't buy till you see our stock. Remember family to the dwelling Tacated by Mr. W. when needed, a sufficient number of Wearaa. Mra. Murphy, who baa been persons did not need It, we regret very any bank or expect to see comes from II. that we areclosing out our John P. Gasaidy, of Louisville, is the Hnstonville National. Ita capital ia kick for soma time, la better. Squire J. much to say. 150,000 and its groas earnings for tho last now Gov. BrBdley'a private secretary. Murphy will llva with tbem. R. G. Hail, cashier of the Somerset six months were $4,541,83, or over nine It will take $133,000 lo pay the penone Miss Minva PiiiLn, ofJHIchmond, waa with Mias Mary Banking Co., sends us a statement which percent. After carrying $1,000 to sur- sions of Geqrgia confederates this year. of nature's queon'e, MoKinney aoveral days before her mar- shows that on a capital of fSO,000and a plus and $585.65 to undivided profile, paying State and National taxes and other NKW ADVKBTISnaNTH. Everything in the Grocery and Provision line at reasonable .prices; riage and rendered her such MsUunce aa surplus of 10,000, his bank earned the last fix months, out of which expenses, it declared a dividend of 3 per only a loving cousin could. She will reCome early and see our display. a dividend of 3 per cent was declared af- cent. President Edward Alcorn and main at Castle Cobb for a few days. Gbohok W. Donbouy, the poet lauroate ter paying expenses and taxes, carrying OaBhior J. W. Hocker seem to know a 1,000 to Burplua and 12,800 to undivided tiling or two about running a'bank. of Bovlo, baa been t imaged by the Louis' i m piofits.; From mr lot Dec. 18, a Black Mare about ville Post to conduct Its "PontB Corner," 4th and 5th a hand'htjh, it oris yeariolil willi long hair 15 Hickh Bays about the and and he la doing bo most capably. Mr. Thk Great Diana who does the ser- moderating wave will cross tho. country, lather thort looking can, with loine gray hairs over her et ei. $5 will be paid .or hr return. of highly pentine, ilaoce in the Handy Passrng Donegfiy has written a number WILLIAM MAUKANN, Stanford, Ky. resulting in morn rain and snow, and ceditable poerrw, and his own contnbu Players, which will be at Walton's Op- will be followed from about the 5th to tions will foim a decided feature. era Hotife, Monday and TueBday, (Jib 0th with yery cold. The 0th to 12thx CALL ON. W. McKva Duncan, Etq., a brother of and 7tb, hss 150 yards of goods in tho pect heavy storms of eleetaud snow, imMrH. H. 0. Warren end Mrs. Gov. Braddreta she uses aud as sho handles her mediately behind which look for a sweepley, la being pushed by bis friends for skirts in the tunny changing lights that ing cold wave. Reactionary storms of appointment to the vacancy in tho cir are thrown upon her, tho effect is won STANFORD, K Y., vast eriergy and extent will sot in about For Bipjtage and Ker Checlti, Metal Checktof cult Judgeship at Louisville, caused by derful as well as beautiful. Be euro and the 14th, and continue several daye; all kinds, lladec, Do? License Checks, Key of.Judge Jckon, and many see her. the death Metal and c thunder and heavy rains probable in tho Kings, Chains, Ac. Stamping on Elmoio'i store, repairing. Shop over M. II. hope his abllltytand his relationship may $6 disturbances also, will be btanfotd, Ky. Tnuviaetitered tho house on Socner-a- et 8 JUth; these secure bim the place. street occupied by Mr. and Mrs. J. followed by great cold, which will reach Mkh. Havrrik McKinnky has moved to ,, AU the latest Magazines, Books and Fashion Papers received as H. Kirhy Tuesday night and took away far southward. From tho 21st to 24th Mrs. Fannlo Dunn'a property on Dan soon as published. Weekly, monthly and yearly subscriptions reabout ISO's worth of clothing, bed falls a marked period of storm and quick ville Avenue, Mr. and Mra. John J. ceived. A calendar for 1896 to present you. clothes nnd the like. Entrance was ef- extremes of tomperature; watch for danOr McUobertatoDr. Hugh Reid'fl nnd Mr. fected through a window cold on tho heels of all stormc; rewhich was gerous New, Fresh Drugs and Chemicals to compound your prescriptions sod Mr. W. P. Walton will occupy the shattered and a wagon must hnvo been actionary storms due about 28th to 30th with. Perfect accuracy and dispatch. Dr. and Mib On piVo two miles East ol lluttonvllle. Con houae vacated by them. used to carry tho gooda away. Mr. Kir will reach a crisis At tho full moon, nnd taint llugh Held have moved to the Held by and wife were not d at home, but a tbo month will end in, the midst of torri X40 homestead noar town, recently purchaswoman who slopt there heaid tho bio galea and cold wave from northwest. Well Improved and In an excellent neighborhood ed by tbem. nilse but was nfraid to make nn lnveati-gitioi.iou lies wen. win exenange lor smaller or a Mr.TiiomabMillbrOw8lt.y loft Swbknky Gone. The deatb of cheaper place in this or any good aconnty in the Gait. Very large tracks were found groceries and W. W. 8weeney removes from btatoor would take a cleanInstock oflive to locate at Bowling Green for the OT7B. hardwara to part payment some town, or around the window and Marshal New-lan- d Capt. profession. After earthly scenes tbo oldest employe on the will tell for part cash, balance in Ave years' time practice of bla will use them aa a clue in his search or longer if desired. For further particulars call Are riveted together, not bolted, hence are air tight and can not warp literary department of the L. A N. He ran the first passenger train on or addreia, E. D. KENNEDY. for tho rascals. Huttonvllle, Ky. apart. Cumberland, Tenn., University, ho en on the road nnd the first that came to 8j tm Tops and linings are made of wrought iron and will outwear department from which ho Stanford. For many years he ran on this BurdVttb. While in Chicago last teredtbelaw any three cast tops stoves. Will bake in less time and use one-hal- f Rewoeir, we bad tho pleasure of meeting division and made friends by the huna'so graduated with high honors. the fuel. Bhortly our old friend and former turning to Stanford in June, he contributor, dreds. He was a conscientious Christian OF HUSTONVILLE. the oflke of Hill A Col. Sam M. Burdette, lato of Lancaster and carried hie religion into his every "We have used a Majestic for 12 months. It bakes biscuit with afterwarda went Into ol genuine Oliver Chilled associated with and Mt. Vernon. Hells looking remark- day life, by Bowing Beeda of kindness and Will carry full line Plows and repairs for the the oven door open and uses about one-hal- f the fuel of a cast stove. Plows, Sliver Steel MoRoberta and became leading tanning Implements. The In ably well Is tho tall maple of the moun Baying a good word for bis Master. He Gala and other Mower and Reaper Machines, We would not be without it for twice the cost. tbem in numerous Important cases, Eubanks Bros. Walter A. Wod Cultivator! beat Buggie addition to prosecuting many on his own tains and Bald to be doing finely, in addi- was a great temperance man and it iq the money, Of the' best quality, and Carriages for Phaetons, burreys of Don't take our word for it. A trial is all we ask. The best is the no other tion to enjoying life with a wife, who is aaid would hold his train ai few minutes the richest qualities and fanciest and latest styles. hook. Itiaaafe to say that reputa- - blessed with a large share of gTade light and the One stove will wear a life time. young lawyer has made aa much tbla world's at stations to doliver littlo lectures for tho The bestgrades. ofCollars,buggy harness for farm cheapest. cheaper bridle but the profoa-Blo- n goods, besides groat personal attractions. cause, to the great disgust of the engi- purposes, breeching and hameiv rap work of all kind. tion in ao Bhort a time, Furniture of all descriptions. Trunks, bags, travgoes to seek Col. Burdotte besides holding a la crowded bere and he lucrative neers who wanted to run on Bchedule eling telescopes, horse blankets, buggy rugs, stove up and high positionjon the new daily which he and wider field. Hia friendB glvo blm there time. One night several years ago, a your stove fixtures. &c, all oland promise invites to deal attention and inspection reluctantly and bespeak for him a cordia which has in seven months attained a very fierce storm prevailed as his. train justly and act honorably with you In all transactions. Thanking my many customers for their of the Park circulation of 100,000,1s civil service reception by the good people com sped from Louisville to Jellico. It waa patronage In the patver, t solicit a liberal wish them all a happy new year. City. missioner for Co jk'county, a responsible fearfully dark and aa the temp69t howled, 80 tf D. S. CARPKNTBH, girl, who happened to be tbo Husloavllle, Ky. otlke that adda to hls)oxchoquer $1,500 a young OinANDVIRINITY. or more annually. JJo is the same jovial Bole occupant uf the sleeper, became Craig A Hock Bust 5o cigar in town at gonial gentleman as of yore, and by gen- greatly alarmed. Capt. Sweeney tried to er a. ial we do not Intend to convey what calm her without avail, till he proposed John Biain says it mean?, "a good that they kueel In prayer. She aosented line of gentlemen's Buanendore A nicb ucceisors to J. 1). Hlgginj, Dealers in man to take a drink," for ho has not and the petition that he sent to the ntshanka!. the effect of quietM Craig A looked a single time on the wine when it Throne of Grace, had French water pad'rusaoB fa rod for fiyoJyearB. ing the young lady's alarm and after sayHia many frionda lIocket'a.UBe no other. all over Kentucky will bo glad to know ing that aho had no fear now on a train Kv. on Logan Ave. that Col. Burdotte ia constantly growing conducted by such a Godly man, Boon, FoRBNT.-poV- aK the fntbegoodgracea of the solid men and fell into peaceful eleep. After the old We will continue will coal busmen at Mr. Hig .IterJw'fo. 8.19tRK. old stand, and have on hand at all times public favor generally. He ia still full man got bo that, he could not ran trains ?:inavery best coal whicn we will deliver promptly. store after In W Will sell strictly fer cash and will make It to Ready-madmd'i-nitt- Wi or made to measure, as suits customer. Can fit any man , A N. gave him a sinecbra Call pay f $f faith in democracy and regard's Presi- properly the almost on. its censUm list the Interest of the people ol this section to 37 t6. Jeweler. Cash. dent Cleveland as one of the crrMtMt. t and kept him jan.lt. AU orders fjor Coal left at Craig & Becker's drug j Jgot the greatest statesmen of the prea- - to the lait. lie waa u years oiu ana was store will be promptly filled afid appreciated by 1 . m ' ' . rt, KOBI.SON. umwti' act or any othV day. fiorn at Lebanon. 1 7, A E. C. Walton, Business Manager Uamburgs ever shown twrn.pavarance Son. W - Pkkttikst line "of email A haity and prosperous New Year , WKhave moved Into our new quarters. to all our patron? and may they live long jnjS'd'ge Carson's atore-rooCome and see ub. Danks, the Jeweler. in and bo happy. m. kwJT- Central ChriRtinn rnlWA - m ii i ready-mad- e. education of young ladies. The Sprinc lerm oi tins oio, well Known ana deservedly popular Institution will open Monday, Jan. 20, 1896. Besides the regular College classes, special Normal Classes will be organized for the benefit of young Lady Teachers, who may wish to review the branches usually required in the Common Schools and special instruction given in Pysychologv, Methods of Teaching, School Discipline, Elocution and Physical Culture. Board and tuition lor term of 20 weeks $70. For further par- 5Knomc school for the higher HUSTONVILLE, KY. 1 ' - enter-tnlninu- ut m UNDERTAKING ! J", , mCLJSLBTr y Practical Trimmer, Emfcalmer A) v. ' m WE HIVE MOVED ht va-Cit- ed Come and See Us SEVERANCE & SON. 0, 1 " post-olU- co pur-po- M Camp-bellis- m m Chinaware and Glassware Stoves, Saddles, Harness and verware at Cost. Sil- a Strayed or Stolon. -- FARMS & HARDIN. W. B. McRGBERTS J Pharmacist and Bookseller. F. G. BRADY, en-er- al m Has a Complete Stock of Pass Books, Day Books and Ledgers, m m Splendid Farm For Sale Exchange. col-oro- Acres of Fine Imd, yeE-ierd- ay THE MCAoinEOTICJ RANGES gradu-Rtluglnt- D. S. CAUFmTTEB,, fl W. H. WEAREN & CO. ex-Cle- rk R. R. Noel & Son, Stanford, CLOTHING coats, ! ... AH Kinds of Coal. Men's and Boys' Suits and Overe DM, .r rj H. s 4, M'R03ERTS V. XJ - 'q. mp if Mi' i.i.k,i.,4j -- ' "' '' -- . j- jf-- -- V- ;1 . , - T . , 'I! I XD Semi-Week- ly ' -- "- interior Journr YV1. xu7p r.i iRirciT "odKVi Friday Published Every Tuesday and ADVAyQM $3 PKK YJCAK 1T will be charged.- Wln not so pud 82.6Q -- K.C. Trtlni driving t 4:30 LOCAL TIME CARD. t 7.15 a P m- lee Mauloid P- - m nd3p. m nd ' - L.&H. LQRAL7IMECARD. Vo. 4, Train going North..., Wo, ro. " South , Wo. ,, No.-- f, t ,. ;p 13 ,,11 04 p m m . 1 J m m ijp QUEEN CRESCENT. No 1 4 Triini pa Ko. Junction City as follows: .. ..it !i , i South S oga ra .600 a tn 10 ,. 8 40 p m and No. 5 and 6 and 9 on S 10 run no fur- Notr. lnday. her than Junction City, nor 11 I 5$ o m a j; a m m North 6 ..j. 56 p ra ,.1.46 p ra ..3 3 a m .337" ROYAl akP POWDER Absolutely Puro.' A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. latest United States Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 Wall 8troot, New York. I will take all the hides I can get TJTTTM7Q JLlLUlJU. for cash orln trade for leatheron court days at Stanlord or at my home in Otten-heiChas. Ennslin, Tanner Ji'illU. Cattleman. A. G. Lanhna. a ROYAL isiarance Comoany OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE &CASTLBM AJK MANAGERS, O romerce W- - Building, Louhwillr, Agents throughout tne South XBXBBLE, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY MOBTH west, ......THE R . .IF YOU AREGOING., .. mi fnr.cf .. ...v ............. l.ln fl.ll. .1. UUOrHj ....tut Aiuun. II1Q " Artificial Ico Originates. lina bocu noticed that most artificial It ico, which is whito (by reason of in closed air), possesses n peculiar, strong and somewhat disagreeable odor, which is largely rotaiiied in the water resulting from its molting. Commenting upon this fact, n correspondent in Popular fcciciico iSows says no had obsorved that thoso ico factories using tho distilled water that is, tho water condciifccd from tho steam of tho cugino produced ico with tho odor, while others, using natural water, did not. This led him to look after tho steam engino in order to traco tho odor to its Mmrco, Nearly all tho modern steam engines now Inbricato tho bitlo valves m tho stoam chest and tho piston by n special form of oil cup placed in connection with tho pipo supplying stoam to tho cylinder. Tho cup is usually placed just abovo tho steam chest and supplies oil drop by drop say ouo drop por minuto which paf es into tho Bteam chest and cylinder along with tho stoam, and, of course, at tho samo temperature. As tho oil is usually a heavy mineral oil and subjected to a tomperatnro of over 800 degrees F., it will certainly bo moro or less decomposed and partially separated o into its oorjponout parts. Tho moro and soluble constituents will go along with tho steam through tho appear in tho distilled water. This result is moro probablo from tho fact that tho oil is supplied ono drop at a timo and into tho vory hottest part of the ongino. Tho odor is thoreforo thought to bo duo to tho decomposition or partial distillation of tho oil in tho steam. How to oliminato tho odor is another matter. To tho correspondent mentioned tho only way out of tho trouble appears to bo tho uso of natural water, discarding altogether tho uso of condensed steam. Obis of Japanese Women. o Tho obis tho sashes which tho women wear aro tho most beautiful fabrics woven in Japan and aro tho prido of tho women. A Japanese bollo regards her obi as a European vloruan does her diamonds, and although her wardrobe costb very littlo compared with that of her sister across tho sea, of its valuo will bo invosted in her obi. Theso precious brocades absorb tho most artistio patterns that tho designers of Japan produce. They aro as thick as leather and as soft as crape. It is amazing how tho weavers can produco a combination of gold thread and silk that glistens liko metal, but is as plia-bi- o as gauze. Tho obi always comes 4 yards long and 0 inches wide, and you can buy it at any price between $3 and $300. It is said that some of thoso in tho wardrobes of tho women of the upper cult in tho old feudal times carried as much as 500 worth of puro gold in their threads. Where "Yankee Doodle" Wat Written. Tho National Society of Colonial Damos of America is endeavoring to tho destruction of "tho old Fort Crailo." According to tho Now York Herald, tho mansion for which they are oserting thomsolves is -&, vol-atilnd Jap-nnes- lTT iLopisWalzVoughtof 1 FASM AHPTBAPyUMS D. W.Vande-vee- .FOB, H.E1TT. r The Rodomer place at Rowland containing 104 "ood frame dwelling and necessary outbuildings. Possession given given at J.S. OWSLEY, JR.. Agent,,. "." 4 4t btanfordyvy? jjJ"PPP 7"-- e . a bunch of fat hojsB at 3c. U. B. Boouo sold to B. F. Robinson 20 hogs averaging 100 lbs. at 2Jc. J. H. McAHster eold to E. W. Lee, of Bovle. 22 cotton mules at $70. R. B. & E. r. WoodB sold to a Lexington party a bunch of extra good mules at 1100. J. B. Foster bought ol R. B. & E. P. old maro WoodB a pnir of two-yemuled for $200. mules Five carriage horse and a young mare 8 good for sale. B. B. King, Moreland. Knowing ones any that if thoso having fat cattle in this Stato can mnungo to hold tbem, they aro bound lo advance. Sixty-si- x etalliona ate credited with 2.30 performers in 1S93. Of five or more this number 33 belong to the Wilkes family. Eubanka BroB., who bought M. S. BaiiRhmau'B 20 mules, Hold them for SO $400 profit at Atlanta. They paid ar Acre, two-stor- y Qaefen V'-- SPRING AND SUMMER. ROUTE rescent Clm-tntin- well-brok- e, flve-year-o- ld reaches the principal cities of the South with a sen ice of nupcrbly appointed through trains. Dnj Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to ilarrimau, ChattaDally openinmg New Hats, flowers and laceal nooga, AUiilla, lUrminghnm, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, c give tne assurance to tbe trade that lrty wil And in our establishment the same excluilvcnot and Jacksouullc Through bleeping Cant to Knoxvillc, Hot Springs n style of patterns, hats and bonnets and all the leaillug noveltleain Millinery for which we arc an' Ashcville ; and from Chattauoogo to Jackson,, Vioksburg, Mt nroe known throughout the country. I have secured a trimmer for the sfl son. Thanking you tor past favors, e respectSnu l'rancisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico aud California, Affip fully solicit your patronage heretofore so liberally " oii I .1. ,.. n.l.na - ..,. Cl,r,. bestowed. M D DUDDKRAK- KATfc. DUDDKKAR, Manager. (Jraaa Citio.s tn iwT Short Line from the Blue with every accommodation to patrons, Free Parlor to Cincinnati Cafe. Parlor aud Observa- Cars Lexinu't'--- 5. ... .jf CWft A meeting of the stockholders of the National lion tat iit.tccn cmcinuau, i.evinsrtot! am'. &&& I!nk ol llustonville will bo held at their banking C'tattanoi' x WSLi' house in lltlttonvyte the second Tuesday in January, i8j, between o and ia o'clock a. m , fer the Chns W.Zcli, W C Uirirwt'iri, purpose of electing nine Directors to serve the OiV lits r .1 t fi J ." tft O. j w. HOCKER, Cashier. tirjl-cla- Something to Beautify tho Ladies. is Stockholders' meeting ... ... I iSilJt'r "TyS -- Stockholders' Mcetinj;. N. THK DLUE-OIIAS- S IIURI) OP for A meeting of the stockholders of the Kirt tional Hank of btanford will be held al their banking houso the second Tuesday in January, tij5, A Co., of Hubble, fer the purpese of electing eleven Directors for the bought 7.4S0 turkeye at a cost of ensuing year have SS JOHN J.McKOHKKTS, Csshler. 14,805 00 since Nov. 12, a hlfl bank ac- them. J. A. Hammonds Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronatiyhv, Pror, Orab Orchard, - - Kentucky. ock. BreederMccure count ahowB. Sandidgo farm near Milledgovillo for D. II Stage's Admr , Pitt . against Jesse P. Stagg and others Defts. Notice 10 Creditors, thla year and will 'aa usual make raonoy having on it. There aro fow better farmers and D.All personsdeed., ateclaim against the them ol II. Mass, notified to present to the undersigned properly proven as required by traders than Mr. Briscoo. 1301 and 1S05 law on or before the 1st day of January, 1S06 During the Beaaon of R C.WARREN, Master Com'r Llnccln Circuit Court. Joo Patchon conteated In 101 boats of S3 Dec. 14, 1S95 vet f 4 n 1' in 47 Robert J. which ho won40 out of 71 heatB during the eamo CINCINNATI period, while John R. Gentry won 35 en-at- e Jerry Briscoo hea rented the Madi-eo- n Lincoln Circuit Court. ri -- v Pigs for sal rdsln stvsral different froas the best types of Reenter Sotlcltcp Suns. Corrcipondence A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. Dealer in M sell Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Metal Roofing, Farm andjYardiiFcnccl out of CS. two-thir- ds Montio Fox bad a diapatch that M. Goldsmith, the Rreateat of cattle exporters, had died suddenly of apoplexy at Jereey City, N. J., but that his Ed. Shafer, would continue the bus inees. Mr. Fox will still buy for the now firm. The leaf tobacco wdea in Louisville last year exceeded the banner year of 1892 by 11,000 hogsheads and ahow a tntol nf 174.885 hoiraheads. All grades o! tobacco advanced except the verv dark, which does not pay foi its production. Mor-ri- a Dick Gentry shipped for NelB to Boston Wednesday 122 cattle, lbs at 4 cents. Tbey wero bought from Woodcock & JobnBon and were fed by laaac Shelby nd Gua McOormack, of They went on a special this county. which eight car loads more were train to added by Mr. Gentry at Hyattavillo. aon-in-la- Twice - A - Week Gazette', (Formerly The WeeVly FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, liTC. I handle ,thc best grade of goods and DON'T FORUKT THAT I at the lowest prices. Tho Greatest Family Newspaper 01 tne unto valley. Reading Matter THE FAVORITE MILLS, UK. "W. B. PElTlTSr. ,.. 6,646 Columns of In a Year ALL FOR $1. . . 1,-5- 00 .Oil Six Moxitlis For 50o. Issued Tursday and Friday morning week in time toteach readers on day of tion. Full ma.ket and telegraph report the newt of the day make It as valuable as newspaper fer these two days ol each publica- AT McKINNKV, KY., Have just been overhauled and repairrJ fion hot. torn to top hy the futmui Richmond City Mill Works, of Richmond, Ind, and with eapscllv now increased, are dotnc more and better work than ever before, and with the old reliable I) V Kennedy as head miller, you arc sure of good He sine and bring us Hour and fair treatment : your grinding and when Iwylng call lor our old and wU established hranils, lavorile Patent, La- Office on Main Street, Opposite dies' Favorite and Bakers' Choice HATK" .t SOV, S'uccenor to K. L Tanner & ravsrlta Milling Ce. Dentist, Stanford, : Ky. the 1'o.t-Offic BARKER HOUSE, J farmers Bank&Trnst OT STANFORD. KY., Is new fully organised and ready for Co and all a dally l UARKKR, Proprietor, basinets wit Somerset, - - Kentucky. pro-ve- ut man-siof- t, Many metchantaare aware that their eusto-mer- s are their best friends and take pleaaure In supplying tbem with the best goods obtainable. mention Pcirr A Cameron. piotninent druggists of Flushing, Mlcblpan. They recomJiecdlng lav "We havest no hesitation m mi ruttnoierft. V u nan,&t. in -- -cnamDeriaiu cough medicine we have over as it is the sold, and always gives satisfaction. ' Ky. For sale by Craig A Mocker, Stanford, -- THE CINC NNATI Rate TWO DOLLARS Per Dav. Remodeled and refurnlthci throughout. Large and Commodious Sample Koem. Halls and office connected by Klcctrk Bells Prompt and polite nervice lo guests, 47 Paid up Capital of 8urplus, . - - $200,000. 2i,QQ0, i...n. Commercial Gazette, DAILY AND SUNDAY. Now furnished by Dcalei in Cities and Towns, ot Cincinnati and and Suburbs, at ,u"s j.m.j For a pain in the chest a piece of flannel damp- outside ened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm anrt bound on back over the seat ol the pain, ana another on therelief. between the shoulders, wil afford prempl 1 his is specially valuable ill cases awhere the pain tendency tois caused by a cold and tnere is ward pneumonia. For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. Louisvillc a Na.mviuc Ii R. R. the line for you, as its &OUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. double Daily Trains Make.dose connection at YKPOUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUOH Tor any information enquire of JOES. RICE. Agent Ky Stanford, OLD MANSION AT FOKT CRAILO, Jf. T. The Commercial Gazette is the only! Morning Republican Newspaper published in English at Cincinnati. Not a lew who read what Mr. Robert Rowlt, of Address IlcUands, Va., nas to say oeiow, mn ...-.-b- er own experience under like circumstances a their The Oommercial Gazette Go., 'Last winter I had la gnppe which left me in Cincinnati, O ow state of health, t tried numerous remedies, none of which did me any good, until dueedtotry a bottle ol Chamberlain a Cough Remedy. The 6rst bottle of it so relieved n.e that I waa enabled to attend to my work, and tne econd bottle efTected a cur.'' Dottle by Craig & for aale at 3 and 30 cents per Hocker, fUnlord Ky. A St. Bernard dog sold for $2,350 an a at 3 Cts DAILV, 5 Cts SUNDAY, or 20 Cts A WEEK. iUCCrsSOU to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANIOKD, Now closing up) with th same asstu and under in same management. By provisions of Its chine r, depositors ax 'ally protvcied aa aie depoeitora In NaUeaalt : : Banks, its shareholder being held Individually liaole to the estcnt of the (mount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, ia addition to the amount invested in such sharps. It may actaa tsecutor. administrator, trust, Ac, as fuliy U individual KENTUCKY. tnTo t hoi who entrusted their balslness to ns while moiclng the Lincoln National Bask al LinOffers his services o the people ol West w Stanlord, Full stock of Cofflu. trust they wwill here lender our many thaaks and Counties. coln and continue to transact their butiDMU and Caskets always on hand. wim us, ottering as a guarantee fer prompt atts-Uo- n 0) D. b. Carpenter, Manager. to same, our twenty year' aprtnac I hanking tndas liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. M. S. BAUOitMaM. J. W, llACOHMAK. J. T.' STJTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, Cy the Birmingham, England, show. T" H.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- J J. otnxcToni: Williams, ML Vernon, . II. Shanks, htanfordj raoraiiToas- J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S J. Eiubry Stanford; J. B Owsley, Stanford; Portland. San Francisco. ..To the., 3STOBTMW13ST The, ,.Via mmmmm - .' &,- V&l!s&at&to CHICACOnTTlB- UcOjvULt litwAlB;Hr Only Dinine Car Route From Bonver. Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Sleeper oi Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address E. H. BACON FRANK J. REID, !D. P. A., G. P. Agent, Louisville. Chicago. Be sure tn call for Monon Route. TO CHICAGO. - tho oldest houso in tho stato and is situated just opposite Albany. Tho fort was begun in 1030, and a stono in tho collar marks its completion in 1042. The bricks used in its construction wero brought from Holland. Tho houso was besieged many times by Indians, and in 1003 it was used as a rofugo for women and children. Tho attio is Bupposod to be haunted by tho ghost of Gertrude, tho sister of tho famous governor of New Amsterdam, Wouter van Twiller. In 1750 Fort Crailo was tho hoad- quurtors of General Aborcrombie, It was hero that a colonial regiment, com manded by Colonel Thomas Fitch, reported for service without uniform, their only distinction being a turkey feather in their hats. A young English eurgeou, Richard Schuckburg, was present when the troops appeared and wroto tho now famous lines : Yanlceo Doodlo camo to town Riding on a pony, ires, ulcers, salt rheum, fever acres tetter, chapped hands, cnilblains. corns and all skin eruptions, it positively cure piles, or no pay repuired. It is d to Etve peneci hiuihuuu sale by For refunded. Price as cents pr bo W. 11. McRoberts, druggist. D. W. Fuller, of Canajohano, N. Y., saya that Inthi he always keeys Dr. King'. U, 11 I.,.,,.., .ml hi. Tamil would not procurable. O. A. Dykeman Druggist, Catskill, is N. Y., say that Dr. King' New Discoveryhas undoubtedly the best Cougu remedy; that lie used it in his lamily for eight .JMJ. Dll.u,J'" reve. failed to do all that la claimed for it. Why not try a rn.edvso Ion tried and tested. 1 rial bottle free at W. B. McRoberu' Drug Store. Regular sire soc and Si. Tk.i. Bucklln'B Arnica Balve 1.. in the woild for cuts. bruHess WHAT! 50 LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kontuoky. It for you need livery give us a call. first-cla- ss J. S. H .V. II. Cnmmin, I'rtscbsnl II 1ruaki,Pfeildeot Or. J.'ll. Owsley, Cashier, W. M. llrlght, Teller, Casb, Stanford, William Gooch, SUnlcrd; A. W. Carpenter, MlUcdgelll, r rate. Nothing but turnouts will leave our stable, bee u Ir. jar The Great Enquirer ONLY CTS. A YEAR? BLACKSMITH SHOP. Wlllgurantejnrt-class FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY A Houaonold TroaBure. d'ice Tiy our hof work antf shoor. atisfsctoi Nwpwjw G. B. COOPER, Proprietors Capital Stock- Surplus - $200,000 23,700 of....... YES! And any one sending two yearly subscribers at 50 cts. each, gets a Of St. Paul. Stuck a t either in his hat And called it "macaroni." Ky. Midland R'y, Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlisle, Maysvillo, Cynthlana, Falmouth, and Covington. AtkJor tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Time Tabid Nov. 3, 1B95. Cincinnati and Frankfort Shortett.and quickest between Only Duect Lu.e Between " GeOrgetownB. 7 45 75 Arr.CS. Depot .C PxrU - 30 No. t. No 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. a. m. p. tn. p. m. 6 35 4 5 00 t,T Frankfort A -- . 7C8 418 no Klknorn 48 Stamping U round 7 zj 4 47 ' i) 5 4 5 0$ a 13 4 " co ,( - Double that of other papers. An OfBct on Lancaster Street, opposite th Court House. Collections receive especial attention. S3 excellent opportunity for those out 7 7 ' Suutp'g Gro'd 10 sS 6 35 "Discovsry.' - Klknorn......... to 46 7 3 EXCHANGE of employment to make money. FOR SALE 8 is .tr Frankfort A. it 00 7 30 QL DISIGM sATSTkfra. There are 1,104 convicta in Ibe Quill Pen Still Used. free. Address, Try it Samples OQ1faafiviy s SUNDAY TRAINS. House and Lot la Crab Orchard, Ky. Frankfort penitentiary, of whom over Tor Information and fra ir.niwv LT7.. 71 Quill pens aro still used by somo old frfxav Georgetown 10 to a. m; arrive Frankfort CO. Ml B(dwTt7mw YbS. Five room and kitchen, cellar, flower pit, (table Oldeel gontlomen who havo always been accus- one half are under 25 yesrs of age. The bureau or MourlnapetenUta Araerlca. too a.m. and other outbuilding, all in first clasa repair; ENQUIRER COMPANY, Frankfort 4 30 p. m. arrivr Georgetown tomed to uso them. chair factory operated failing water all kind of fruit tree jave well of never They aro used by proceeds from the the pobUo by a, notloo glreo free ocuu lit 25 and small fruits. Lot contains about, en acre. 5 failed to meet the Wlllaellchtap or exchange for small farm inn Tho Kentucky Midland Railway and connec-toa- e somo attorneys and bank officials ia in the penitentiary CINCINNATI, O. form the shortest and cheapest rout to all wri ting signatures. They appear &s utage cood neighborhood. Tha place i rented for ito4 of keeping prisoners by $7,800. and South, to Mr. HcghSeargunt, who will show the place to Pats furthsr Ksut, Marth applyWest.their axent. properties In plays in which the action man killed to information For At Logaasport, Ind., a anv on wbo desire to look at It. For further HstRCAW, X. D. B. HARPER,Gea. Pas. Agent.. is laid prior to the introduction of steel J. H. addrw. tatWtltwaos LirasMfeae Ht., STEPHENS, 1 mvmn kwuiu m wiumat It Rec'r&Gen.Sup Lexington, Ky, hit mother beeawa aha refused to give tKr.t.1. N. 00. pens, and nowadays some ladies write month, vz 4UJUtXMl Srodwa, MewwrrHJ JH-fFrsakfott Ky with- - which to bay wbJjky. S. Centrally locsted. P. biea moBey Tort CM, with gaill peas. TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 10. No. a. p. m. a. ra. p. m. a. in. Lto parl ...MC....... 9 05 6 00 4 40 C.S, Depot .....1007 637 6 40 " Georgetown B 1010 0 so S 55 - I" The PoAsiiig of the Slate. Tho slates and sluto pencils which our fathers used and which wero at ouo timo referrod to in tho samo breath with allusion to tho "old red schoolhouso" will soon bo a memory of tho past, an exchange No longer will young Amorica cleauso tho littlo wood bound pieco of stono with fingers which tho next instant find thoir way to tho faces which wero sout to school spotlessly clean by fond mothors. Following hard upon tho action of the Now York city board of health, calling upon the school authorities to abolish the use of slates on tho ground that they spread contagion, publio school and health authorities in many cities and towns now have the subject under discussion aud will probably likewise decree that the slato aud alato penoil must go in favor of tho convenient and cheap papor pad. ks mm At Greenaburg, Ind., Richard Ray and MIbs Rena McKay wee to have been married, bul rather sgainBt tho nlflaAiira of the nroom. 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