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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896013101 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. Atfrx&miMzmmri - Semi-Weekl- y VOL. -- Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRLDAY. JANUARY 31. 1896. NO. 95 HUSTONVILLE. - !i XXIII. CARRARD COUNTY. a , LANCASTER, MIDDLEBUBQ, CASEY COUNTY. t te V wo. Tt Tho Spring torm of 'Janio Wash notion inu.uiysuap neighborhood, died of pneumonia last opened Monday with Miss Lena Bttleoncourtdayat3c. Tho ladles' Hid society will meet to- - Monday night. Shu was buried Tuea- - J. Carpunteraa principal. Since tho shutting down of the Short morrow aftornoon with Mm, Cyrus Ki- - day. Dr. Hohou has tho assurance of our Lino from Kingsville to Yosetnite spokes, eon. On Sunday, tho subject of lV.uer l9unKis,0,i consideration for tho ac staves, Ac, are being hauled on wagons anu curate way in which ho sizes us up Oowoii'b Bermon will ha ' tpi since to McKinney. Downs of n Fast Young Man. ' You should treat our Ccaoy boys a recent important ovent. Dr. James B. KInnaird sold on MonTho room occuplod by tho National hotter when they come to see you, espeday to F. F. Slono, the lot between J. Bank is being papered nnd painted and cially when decoyed there by those who Hunt McMurtrv'H residence on Stanford soon the interior will correspond with ought to bo their beet friends. That has been offered to buy the entire stock or to buy as you want street and W. It. Romans' carriage Bhop, tho exterior of tho buildiug. A repjrt comes from New Albany, We will sell the entire stock and the good will of the House to for f 800. Rev. Ben Huhu has been holding a Ind , that John Meade was killed while . any one who wishes to go into business, or sell as we can. A great The friends and relatives of Mr. meeting In the Baptist church here for at a game of cards, by n man with whom to learn of his ser- the past two weekH. There have been ho was gambling. It will bo rememberopportunity is offered for some H.Smith are prleved sullerer several conversions nnd sanctiflcations ed that he killed Greon Gaddis some 10 ious condition. The patient time of and considerable interest manifest by years ago on tho railroad near Grove, but Kfows weaker day by day as the his dissolution draws nluli. was acquitted at tho examining trinl. the public. Quite an intellectual treat lies in Rev. Jack Fagloy, n youug sanctified Geo. Wentherford, of Somerset, apnt JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR. store for our pooplo on Thursday eveo-in- his brother, William, of thia place, a dear preacher from Lincoln county, has just Feb, 0th, when Rev. J. W. Lynch, of lust week. It was about tho sizo of the closed a week's merting at Grove. Ho Mr. J. Sam Owsley, Jr., randidato for Our stock is clean, new and well assorted and if we can not sell it Danville, will locturo at tho one Dr. Brown killod on his last hunt. seems to he a very earnest young minis- Congress, needs no introduction to the General admission l!o cents. Uis subject Our thanks are tendered for a nice roast. ter and made a favorable impression on people ol this community, bnving been as a whole we will sell at prices to the trade that can not be duplicawill be "A Visit to Palestine," or tho Arch Frye tells nB that a lady who the people out there. Aud there are their efficient Commonwealth's attorney ted, for cash. Here is your chance. Everything in- the stock must "IIolv Land," on account of his recent used to llvo in tho country, hut lately thoso who had an unfavorable opinion for several years. Ho Is a young mon go and we want it done in as short a time as possible. Come and travels. moved to town, Hold a gentleman here an of sanctificatlon who have been made to a laudable ambition Rov. J. W. Lynch and W. C. Price, old ham who had ft cooked and pro- believe that thero is something in it after of ability who has and see what it is. We invite all to come whether In a higher examine the stock to Berve his of Danville, wore miosis of Mrs. Busan nounced It to be tho best old ham he all. We are determined to close aspect you wan, to buy as a whole or at retail. There Boems to havo been Bomo capacity, and we may add that the Price and family on Wednesday. Mrs. over tasted and he had beon a farmer of tho stars, at this writing, augurs well if possible. Ray Moss, of Danville, is visiting her nearly nil his life. But they do say that pretty bad behavior nt Grovo during for him. He restB his claims to piomo-tioBister, Mrs. Samuel Bruco. Mr. Martin, when the gentleman got down to the Rov. Fagley'a meeting. It ia told that with tho democratic party. liar ol Lexington, is the guest of sister, Mrs. bone In his ham he found it to bo a Lizzie Maynard drew a butcher knife on n Mlas Carman, when the latter rebuked rodsburg Savings. J.N. Broaddus. Miss Lltzlo Tomlinson, shoulder bone and that ho had been eather for makingaport of her father, wbo of Buena Vista, is an attractive vlnitor of ing shoulder for ham. CHURCH AFFAIRS. was up telling his religious experience, Mrs. V. Miss Amanda Anderson. To the surprise of his friends here, The Y. M. C. A. at Danville has disthat she afterwards Mrs. George Denny. Misses who did not know that ho contemplated and it is reporte Eliza Lunk and Rella Arnold nnd Cecil such a step, Dr. J. P. Riffe was united in procured n pistol from a young man with banded. The new Cumberland Presbyterian which to kill Miss Carman, but'probably Broaddus are all reported sick. marriage to Miss Maggie Walton, a high courage to use it. Sho church at Paducah will be dedicated didn't have the Mr. J. N. Broaddus, whoea serious ly accomplished nnd lovely b!l of is a bad woman from Bitter! .'Creek and Sunday. Illness wo noted in our last leltor, died at Ivy , last Tuesday morning. A Ranges out of the Range of all other Ranges, yet within the . Range Rev. R. B. Mahony will preach at Lexlngtou street on Sunday nice dinner awaited him and his bride at the sooner the Inw takes hold of her the his home on Saturday and Sunday nt of all wanting night of a complication of diseases. lie tho homo of his father Tuesday, but better for her nnd the country gener- Preacheravillo ally. the usual hours. was In his 30th year, just in the prime they failed to cotno as expected. They Index has been The Christian wife of useful manhood with a devoted WILIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. ere expected again yestorday on the bought by Rev. T. B. Boll, D. D. and the of children to and an Interesting family same train that thia letter was mailed on. Mrs. John Cadrirlldied Friday night Rot. I. J. VanVesa for $11,000. llvo for; notwithstanding tho separation only Wrought Iron Rancre on the market. Call arid Several people have changed loca- at her home in this county. During the past five years the num- We have the from loved ones he did not repine and to tion nince tho drat of the year. Mrs, and see them. The Kentucky Lumber Co. havo ber of churches in the United States has tho weepinROncflhe has lelt, we would James and Win. Lair nnd wife have mov completed their new saw mill and hope baen Increased at the rate of 10 par day say, remember, "God knows best." Mr. ed from Mrs. Bishop's property on Main to be able to begin work Boon unless right along. Broaddus had been a conclstcnt member street to Mrs. Jones' home Nail Avenue. they have to put in new boilers, which TheY. M. O. As. of Kentucky will of the Christian church ever since ho Mr. Rursel occupies the rooniH given up taey expect to do, as one ol tho new meet at Owensboro Feb. Rail was 18 yearn of orb and his was a Chris- by Mrs. Jones, while J. P. Goode has ones has beeu condemned by insurance roads have granted hnlf fare rates Feb. tian's hopo and now his will bo a "Chris-tlan'- s taken the property in Riffetown lately inspectors. It they run with these they 20 and 21, limited to 25th. Homo in Glory." occupied by C. T. Griggs. Josiah Bishop can not carry over 100 pounds of steam. Tho MethodistB have bought a lot of There is quite a relic In tho form has moved to the placo lately rented by The latter part of last week and this from Mr. Brent, near W. H. Curtis' on of on of an old trunk in the possession Mr. Harnett, on the McKinney pike near week up to noon Wednesday was taken tho Crab Orchard pike and are preparing our countyuien, Mr. Millnrd Rout, that town. The Dinwiddle Bros, have reup in tho trial of Wm. Smith 5 for the to build a church, independent of Wahas boon handed down as an heirloom moved their grocery to tho new nnd murder of Joe Eversole in Perry county lnut Flat. from his hnceators ana until recently lie commodious building opposito tho NaA sanctification meeting has been in 1883. Tho murder was committed by was not able to learn how ancient It was. tional Bank. We still exist. A new and elegant line of Ladies Shoes, going on at Rowland for over two BOtne parties from ambush, but the proof A few weeks elnco ho emptied its Considerable Bicknesa at present in did not connect this man with the crime months. When there is no preacher on including fouud tho following words this community. Mrs. O. O. VanAisdale and tho jury after deliberating about an hind some of the sanctified ones conduct scratched in the bottom: "Mado,by is convalescing after a severs attack of hour, returned a verdict of not guilty. the services. Mity Dryo, 1C01, 10 years after he had the grippe. Rev. Isom is going about Bishop-elecRov. Lewis W. Burton, This will probably end a long and very been killed by tho Indians." It seems again having recovered from a spell of costly proso:ution, with was concrecrated in his former parish, St. tho nauiojof the that his construction w indeed a pecu- pneumouia. Mrs. Patsy Green Is very ill assassin unknown and unpunished. Andrew's Episcopal church, Louisville. or form liar combination that his spirit Dr. Peyton was now with pneumonia. Tailor made Mr. Samuel McKeon, president tf Bishop Dudley ofliclated apsisted by could return to the earth after having re Bumnnned froth Stanford Tuesday in the Kentucky Lumber Co , was here Bishops White, ol Indiana, Vincent, of a ceived death at tho hands of Borne consultation on this case. Marshal Dov-e- rs from Iudiana this,week. Miss M. M, Cincinnati, Taylor, of Tennrssee, ieleon, Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes at right figures. and execute Boch a serviceIndians has a little boy very sick with pneu- Tutt has gone to Terre Haute to visit of Georgia, and tbe officiating clergy of able piece of mechanism. monia and a littlo daughter of James relatives. Rov. J. N. Prestridgo has Louisville. A telegram waa received here Mon- Taylor, Evelyn, Is ill with the same comRev. Culpepper, of Mississippi, tbe been in the central part of the State in day by Ms. Georgo R. Hardin, statins plaint. Annie Hold has been sick with tho interest of tho Institute. Mr. II. H. evangelist wbo has beon holding a revithat her uncle, Mr. Lorenzo Smith, aged influeuzi, butlB now better. Also Zoo, Tyo is at homo from Louisville, where ved at Wilmore, has consummated a deal 86 years, had died in tho Eastern Luna- little daughter of J. A. Butler, la very howascallod on account of the lllntea with Ed Scott, of that place, for 20 acres tic Asylum at Lexington. "Undo Rans," ill. Fifty per cent. Reduction in Millinery. of hla wife. Mrs. Tyo is very much im of land, which will be divided into 20 as ho was called by most of tho citizens J. G. Wentherford and wife returned lots, and in the spring a colony of Dr. P. A. Pennington is visit here, waa a resident of this county for home last week. Beecher Adams, wife proved. will remove there to reside in 25 per cent, reduction in ladies' Capes and Cloaks; also in all Coming friends in Central; .Kentucky, Mies cultivamany years being an extensive and children, of Longvlew, Ala., are Lucretla Eubanks has purchased MJea the future. forts and Blankets. tor o watermelons. Ono nlRht two with her family here. Loo Logan is nt Bro. W. R. Davidson hes just closed O'Mara's photograph gallery. years ago while In his watermelon patch home from Milldale. James Frye was in 5 cents. A new lot of Elegant Calicoes and Ginghams, all a glorious meeting with Pastor May field ho wan knocked down by someuukuown Cincinnati last week looking for novelDanvillk. Misj (Virginia Bowman at Silern church, Wayne county. There Arbucklesi Coffee at 20. Call and see us and you will save partloa nnd robbed of several hundred ties for the spring trade. Hon. Hnrvey left (or an extended visit in St. were 19 additions. 17 by oxperienco nnd Respectfully, CHAS. WHEELER. dollars, Ho was supposed to have boon Helm, of Stanford, was with us n few Louis and St. Joe, Mo. C. R. Andtrson baptism, one by letter, oue restored nnd money. rook, as his head was badly in- - days since. Carl Wheeler left for Louis- bought 300 barrels of corn from Tom tho church greatly revived. Two of the ili hv n jurod from tho blow. Ho waa ill frtm ville IrtBt week to enter the Hospital Shelton and 500 from A. T. Raney at above wero from the MethodistsHe of Medicine. Mrs. Mury Hopper, of (1.40 delivered. Dave Prewltt bought goes next to Waynesburg to hold a meetthefliTects of tho lick for quite a long time. Infaotho never rovovered fully. Perryvllle. is with her daughter, Mrs. several lots of shoats L'Jto 3; Bomo last ing. He has recently been called to that About a year ego ho was adjudged of un- Bruce. Judge Henry Camnilz is back year'a lambs at 3, a hunch of breeding charge. Western Recorder. sound mind nnd sent to tho asylum nt from Cleveland, 0., being unable to pro- ewes at f 1 per hoadand a mixed lot of Elder Joe Severance has accepted a Hla remains worn interred cure permanent employment at that sheep Lexington at J 1.20. William Andrews, who unanimous call to the Mississippi Avo. place. Mies Jennie McKinney has re- shot aud wounded Henry Mitchell, an- Christian church at Memphis. On the in the Lexington cemetery. When Marshal T. II. Anderson at- turned from a protracted visit to Mies other negro, at Junction City on election recommendation of Rev. W. E. Ellis, tempted to arrest Ebb Lawson on Tues- Nannie Reid near Danville. Smith Yow-e- da, was sentenced to the penitentiary Mr. Severance went thero to preach and day afternoon, a dlfflculty arose between has accepted a position in the dry for one yoar. The suit of O. M. Ballard tha board was so pleased that it called tho two men in Stormea' drug Btore. If goodd house of James Frye for the year against the Cincinnati Southern railroad, him for all his time. He preached again All the latest Magazines, Books and Fashion Papers received as It had not been for bystanders a serious '00. C B. Reid was here last week. Mr. for damages because of the failure of a Sunday and after the services tho memsoon as published. Weekly, monthly and yearly subscriptions re- affair may have been tho result. Lawson Benj Allen is out again after the painful passenger train to stop for,' him at bership endorsed the board's action with told injury to his shoulder. Dr. II. Brown A calendar for 1896 to present you. refused to go to jail, but Anderson thereby causing him to miss nn out a dissenting voto. Mr. Severance is ceived. must. But it waa has beeu Indisposed for a week, hut is him ho should and New, Fresh Drugs and Chemicals to compound your prescriptions important business engagement, was de ono of the rising men of his church and found nece6onry for five or aixj men to now convalescing. Mrs. McCarty left for cided against him. W. 8. Knor, of this we confidently expect to boo him take with. Perfect accuracy and dispatch. . , help take him, na ho is auch a etrorg Maysllck Monday to visit old friends. city, and Mies Bettio Cunningham, of rank with the highest. courman and resisted bo valiantly. Tho Misses Lanier and Minnie Woods, of the SalvlBa, wero married Thursday at the ageous men Gnally landed Lawson at the Femnlo College, Danville, paid a flying home of tho brido. Advocate. Mabdi Grab, Feb. 17 and IS. The rate of one faro for the round trip will jail door and in ho had to go. His trial visit to this place Sunday. camo up Wednesday morning before "Last Sunday morning while a fine bo made via tho Queen & Crescent Dealer in LowIb L. Walker, a eolected judge, inMrs. Mary Dawson crowd of Kentucky gentlemen was in Route February 14th to 17th, to New Willow Guovk. stead of the regular police judge, Wm. was reported some better yesterday. Mrs. the lobby of the Capital hotel, two ne- Orleans account Mardi Gras. It is Totten, who had beon Bworn off. Law- -' P. II Idol is expected over from Lexing- groes walked in and took seats in a con- the only line running solid vestibuled ton this week. Sevoral of Mr. Reuben spicuous and favorite corner, and pro trains to New Orleans, and is 90 miles son wbb flnod f 10 Metal Rooiing, Farm and Yard Fence, Gentry's hogs, for some of which he paid cecded to enjoy their cigars and newpa-pershortest. A trip over the Queen & Ores Angeles, Oal., In 84 hours via To Loa swine-plagor One of the proprietors ordered cent to the quaint and intensely interSIDING, Pa- $200, have died with the Queen & Oreecont and Southern pneumouln. Mr. Joe F. Waters was them out, but they refused to go, and esting city by the gulf madu to include a cific (8uuaet Limited) Loave Cincinnati down Tuesday to boo his mother, Mrs. I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. prominent white republicans interceded visit during the Mardi Gras season is dea. m every Wednesday and Sunday For futS Sallie Waters. While here ho put in and they did not go. This Is after Ken- lightful from start to finish. arrive at Los Ango'es, Saturday and several good licka for his friend and tucky has been under republican rule ther information call on or address Obas. Wednesday 7:45 p. m., Sn Francisco, townsman, John S. Owsley, Jr. Mr. Jos. lees than two mouths! How will it bo W.Zell.D. P. A., Cincinnati, O., O. L. BIG LINE OF- Sunday and Thursday noon. Only ono Snow, of Cumberland, is with frienda in befoio liradld) 'a administration of four Mitchell, D. P. A., Chattanooga, Tenn., change Cincinnati to tho Pacific Coast. W. O. Rineareon, Gen. Pass. Ag't., CinDeneighborhood. Ho has accepted a years ia concluded?" Frankfort ex- tbls Tho Q. & O. will sell homo aeekera cinnati, Oj position as clerk on a steamboat, and will spatch. round-tri- p cursion tickets at ono faro for the return as soon as the weather ia favorapolntB along Its line At tbe point of a pistol held by The month of December last year, bad plus S2 to all ble. The party at Mr. Qobert White's, 8., Souih of Somerset, Ky. Tuesday night, given in honor of Messrs. two full moons. This had not occurred James Graves, John Garrett, of Wood and the A. G. Louisbefore since the birth of Christ. A more ford, elgned the following "lio hill:" Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Wm. Waters nnd Herbert Cook, Texas, Arkansas, Arizona and to largely attended and a pleasant time was remarkable fact, however, is that in the "This is to certify that the remarks I iana All Kinds and at Lowest Prices. month of February, 1880, no full moon made about Miss Sallie Myers and Virgie points East of and including Charlotte reported by thoso present. L, M. L. 28, Feb. 11th occurred. This has never happened be- Graves, and other ladies in the neighand Salisbury, N. 0., Jan. 8ee local Bgents or Gov. Bradley ignores tbe old custom fore, and according to astronomical cal- borhood, were all lies, all my own makeand March 10. W. 0. Rlnearson, G. P. A., Cincin- of fixing haBgingB for Friday and sets culation will not occur again until S500, up. I admit that I am a liar and a vilCall and see them. lain of tbe deepest dye, and that I am a Wednesday, April 29, as tbe date for tbe 000 years have elapsed. . nati. n contemptible puppy and thief. The whisky men lost out in their execution of Henry Smith, Fayette counHarrisou county is to bo put through alga thia of my own free will." county. I contest in Scott ty's rape fiend. thecoldaweatot a prohibition election. Mr. Jool Walker bouobt 12 Borub 11 if cms, 01 THE GREATEST ' OPPORTUNITY ! it p, YOUNG, ACTIVE MAN - court-hous- e. fellow-citizen- s n HUGHES & TATE. 1 Er-lang- er, W. H. WEAREN & CO. Tho Charles Wheeler Emporium. 20-2- 3. ccu-tonta- and t, The 2Dth Century Boot war-Ilk- Great Drives in Clothing. it Ala-ronia.a- 11 Miss-Ieslppla- A M to-da- y Col-It'ii- o - W. B. McROBERTS, Pharmacist and Bookseller. ll Has a Complete Stock of Pass Books, Day Books and Ledgers, Faul-cone- r, A. C. SINE, FLOORING. Stanford, Ky. CEILING, ETC. Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber; Lath, Shingles s. ue PLOW GEAR, HARNESS, .; na SADDLERY, &c. ad-dre- sa TT7K,3rilrc3- PLOWS, FAKRIS & HARDIN. f J- - low-dow- l;! 1AC.1 tttMmSttSumumiimmk nHBU-- 3I semi-Week- ly Interior Joukke Stanford, Kr., Januaby 31, 1896 VV. P. WALTON. -- A special train on tho L. & N. from FARM AHD TRADE ITEMS. of the Leg pus Lexington, made the trip to Memphis in islature six years ago voted for the Burt seed oats lor sale. A. W. Car Bage over Gov. Buckner'a veto of the bill 15 hours and 30 minutes. " pouter, Mllledgeville. John Franklyn, of Frankfort, In d., reducing the tax rate, and during the reLouis Walz bought of G. B. Barnett cent campaign every republican stumper ate three pounds of candy on a wager a bnuch of fat hogs at 3lc , and writer promised a still further re- and barely eeciped dying. A. W. Carponter bought of George John Booth, of Augusta, this State, Woods 10 yearling cattle at $25. duction of taxes in return for the offices, Every republican member T T r f folding bed at Fostoria, O., and one of a turkey Bhow in Paris this week. them will die from the effects. Bronaugh & Herrin bought of varA Terro Haute, Ind., judge, sent a ious parties 50 ehoata averaging 100 Thkrk are two dead locks on at Frankjuror to jail for contempt in going to pounds at 3c. fort now. The lady candidates for libra Every department ransacked for bargains. The result, these reducsleep during the trial of a case. The ontrleB to tho 20 stakes of the riao aro running neck, with G7 votes Hnwes McCreory, sou of the lato U. St. Louis Fair Association already num- tions and low prices. apiece, while the Senatorial derby re S. Senator McOroery, has been placed In ber about 1,500. mains ia statu quo. Hunter bad 66" and the lunatic asylum at Hopkinavillo. d G. J. Whito & Son's Mammoth Blackburn 67 at last accounts. The sound By a recent act of tho Legislature the China hog now weighs 905 pounds, n, money men are complimenting Watter-sowhippingpost has been adopted as a says the Richmond Climax. Buckner and others with tbeir votes means of punishment in North Carolina. George Bakor bought in the Southand all prospect of an election is off till l-- 2e. A Knoxvilleman stood by and made ern end of this county and Pulaski a after Feb. 5. Hunter claims that he will a horse whipa livery Btable keeper take bunch of mountain cattle at 2 to 2jc. be able to show up 70 votes then but it is Worth is and 2oc. Ladies' and misses' Union Suits worth 75c, go ping from his wife, whom he had slanO. M. Jones returned from Atlanta, doubtful and there is already talk of sub dered. Tuesday, where ho sold a car load of now at 45c, Ladies' and Misses all wool hose worth 25c, now 15c. 8tituting another if he still lag behind the Zra DeL'Ome, an actress, desiring to young broke mules of his own raising at Lace Curtains worth 75c, $1 and $1.25, now Tns highest mark of statesmanship in number. Topulist Poor continues to get 50c, 75c and $1. Mens' possess a real diamond smile, has had $55. himself advertised, as seems to be bis the eyes of tho little roosters who now Unlaundcrcd Shirts worth 50c, 75c and $1; nov 25c, 50c and 75c, In her front two handsome jewels put Crit Euban.s sold to Dick Gentry a ambition, by voting for Brown and oth- warm seats in the National House is to pair of the car load of mules be bought for public build- teeth. ers Bnd declaring that if th(- democrat eecuro appropriations Tho assets of Bartley, Johnson & Co. of M. 8. Banghman at $S0,a piece, for towns of will unite on the bo will ings in the littlo are given in the assignee's report as $300. Tote with them to the end. Brown is a their districts. Cords of such bills are M9S,219.09 and the liabilities a- $709,- Vantoon, trial 2:18J, the property of free silverite, but is far preferable to now before the body, which if passed 213 29. John Cook, is entered in tho Rue A Faul- Blackburn, as he has not made himself would call for an appropriation of a bilThe Indiana republican State cen- coner sale at Danville, which bsgan yesoffensive in defying party dictation, but lion of dollars. Fortunately they will indorsed Harrison for terday. All wool black Socks 15 c. Thousands of other things equally as low not bo, but all the same Congressman tral confmitteo Been willing always to submit to it. president and fired May 7 for the State Burt oats, 700 bushels for Beed, for such as Table Linen, Napkin?, Towels, Crashes, Bead Spreads, J ComHootenapiker will have Immortalized A bill is before the Legislature which himself by proposing a $50,000 public convention. sale by B. K. Wearen, These oats yield forts, Blankets, &c. Many Choice things left in our stock of ready-mad- e A Long Island woman after a quarcaps the climax of demagogy. It ia a la building for Bungtown. from 50 to 75 bushels to the acre and aro husband, gave their two ruBt proof. rel with her bor bill, with a vengeance. It provides fathat if an employe is not paid within A G. A. R. xncampmunt at Cincinnati children Paris green and then took a "Vinland," Louis T. Lorrlllard's Congress against the tal dose herself. place at Newport, R. I., has been sold to three days, for any cause, after, the tiruo has sent a protest to BelvaA. Lock wood has been dls H. Wick Twombley, of New York, for agreed on, the corporation or individual restoration of deserters to the military rolls, so that they can draw pensions. It barred from practice as attorney or agent $1,200,000. is liable to the laborer at the Bame rate per day, week or month until the amount is refreshing to see that there is one en- before the Pension B,urean for accepting Bronaugh k Herrin bad one of thei In the way of Suits, Overcoat?, Odd Pants and McIntoshc3. Leave is paid, and that anyone who discharges campment honest enough to make such an improper fee. big cattle at W. II. Traylor'B distillory to your order for a suit made to order. Remember we carry a big line A rope holding a Mississippi boat, die from dehorning. They also lost ono a laborer before time agreed on Bhall pay protest, and object to permitting those of the laborer for full time. A laborer may who Bbould havo been shot by military broke and the boat end rebounded with several weeks ago. leave by giving three days notice, if there order in war, from living now on the such force ob to kill a colored man stand Tuoa. Metcalf, of Wilmore, sold 15 ingon the deck. be no agreement as to time. To keep bounty of the government. head of cattle, averaging 1,364 pounds, to Charges of drunkenness, collusion tho.tb.ing from looking too greatly oneKentucky demoracta are not likely to and corruption have been formally filed J. B, Embry for Nelson Morris & Co., of sided, the bill further provides that any Oil Cloths in Profusion. stultify themselves by sending Gen. Wat against Chief Justice Baker, of the Ari Baltimore, at $3.50. laborer who shall quit the work under Hardin from J. O. Hays, of the E.at End, sold in the State at large to repre- zona supreme court. taken by him shall be liable to his Garrard 25 butcher cattle, extra good sent her in the National convention, to Potter Palmer, of Chicago hotel ones at as if the average laborer is liable f to 3c. He also Bold to L. II. which he is trying already to be Bent. fame, is tipped as ambassador to Germafor anything. The fact that Madison Hudson a horeo for cavalry service for He and his silver views have been passed ny to fill the vacancy caused by tho county's representative champions such 75 on and pretty strongly condemned. death of Mr. Runyon. a bill Bbowstbat he is out for more office W. M. McKlnney sold to G. S. Five persons including four memand is willing to do anything to get it. 100 barrels of corn delivered at LAW MAKING AT FRANKFORT. bers of the victim's family, have been ar $1.50. He also Bold to Anderson & Spill-maA: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, Clark county democrats instructed rested in Carter connty, suspected of tho Thr Utah Senators, Frank J. Cannon of Danville, a car load of bay at and Arthur Brown, were sworn in this Senator Holloway to vote for Blackburn. murder of Silas McGlona. T: D. RANEY, Manager. $12 per ton. Brer Grlder's age of consent bill was week, making the Senate stand till March The Kentucky Midland will be offerWalker Muir Bold to Jonas Welhl 1897, republicans 44, democrats 39, popu- returned to him with the request that it ed for sale in April. Tho upset price Branch Stores; yesterday, 50 fat bogs, to be delivered in lists 6, total 89. Necessary for majority, be redrawn. this time ia 1250,000 against $320,000 July, at 4 cents, and 40 yearling sheep Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Brer Grider is after the venders of 45. Should Mr. Dapont bo seated from when there were no bids. to be delivered in May, at 3 cents. Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. Delaware, the republican vote would be bitters and wants to put them under the Miss Susan B. Anthony was Paris Kentucklan. increased to 45, bat at the same time the 6ame penalties as whisky sellers. president of the Woman Suffragist At Winchester Monday a few extra The committee on criminal law re Association. Miss Laura Clay, of this number necessary for a majority would feeders brought 4 cents and lower grades 46. In the draw Brown, tho ported adversely on the bill to make car- State, was elected first auditor. be increased to 2 to 3; hogs 3, mnles der-- i gentile, got the short term and Cannon, rying concealed weapons a felony. It now looks like Breckinridge from at advanced prices, sayswere in mand the Demtoon of the great Mormon, the long. The Mr. Klnc'a bill for the benefit of L. Bronston, Owens and Settle will be the w -' latter is less than SO and waa but recent- R. Jones, of Lincoln county, was report entries for the democratic nomination ocrat, a number selling from $65 to $90 and several at $100 to $110. ly a clerk to one of the delegates in Con- ed adversely by the judiciary committee. for Congress in tho 7th district. About the usual crowd attended Kath-erin- e member of the gress. He is theyonngest Gov. Bradley appointed Mrs. Near Snlphnr Springs, in Edmonson Lancaster court and considerable trading HauBer to be second asiiatant phyMrs. John Flora shot and perHouse of Lords and hia presence is said county, Jhav-n- 't to give the old grannies "tho shivers. sician at the Hopkinsville lunatic asy- haps fatally wounded her husband, who was done. A bunch of heifers and steers sold privately at 3; ' Both Brown and Cannon are free silver lum. was rnnning away with their child. By Mr, Black an act to abolish the men and high protectionists. Senator Lodge offered as an amend- mountain cattle brought 2 to 2c and office of register of the land office and to ment to the silver bill a bill authorizing ouicuer biuu 'z, to ztc. A dozen or bo Wk were prevented from attending consolidate it "with the office of secretary the sale of $100,000,000 of bonds, the aged mules changed hands at $75 to $110. L. II. Hudson bought several horses for the National Editorial Association at St. of State. proceeds to be used in coast defense. cavalry service at $75 to $125, Augustine, Fla., but onr friend, L. W. A bill reducing the time that a Alx. Jones, a drunken npgro dos- Gaines, who went, kindly sent us souv- man and woman must be separated in nerado. killed one man and injured two ON A LOCAL NATURE. enirs of the occasion in the shape of a order to get a divorce from five to three others on a train at Keystone, W. Va. for us and a button for years, is pending. handsome badge Near Somerset, Jnmea Hendricks He was Beized by a mob and lynched. Mrs. Walton. The latter has a view in Auditor Stone reports the present Fred Horsley, of Vanceburg, got too shot and fatally wounded Jack Uowull, the historical city in tho centre with St. floating debt of the State to be close to the business end of a mnlOj and his neighbor. Augustine, Fla., 1896, surrounding it and Ballinger Garrison, of Clay, is 40 and $1,- - lost several teeth, had bis lip cat through and estimates that it will bo the badge has the button suspended from 503,816 27, at the end of the present fis- in two places and his jaw bone broken. his wife 35, yet tbey havo 17 children, all a pen pinned to golden ribbon, upon cal year, June 30. Six thousand men, who had been living, with the oldest 22. which are the letters 'N. E. A. " und th Mercer's assessment for 1800 is A bill to regulate the use of bicycles idle for some time, were given employ Delegates Gaines and on public highways provides that riders ment as the result of resumption of opfigures $1,001 increase over last year. 0. M. Meacbam havo been writing very shall Blow down when they meet vehi- erations by the Illinois Steel Company's There ia only $11,753 difference in tho interesting letters from the Land of Flow- cles to three miles an hour and dismount works at Chicago. assessment of that county and Lincoln. ers, which make a poor fellow who had if the horses show fright. The governor has pardoned George Treasurer Hale wasn't out to stay at home, more discontented with Gov. Bradley sent a special message of a job long. He has been elected pres- Washington, sent up from Whitley coun bis lot. to the logislnturo recommending that the ident of tho First National Bank of May- - ty 10 years ago. Ho was the barber at In recounting his deeds of valor in county in which mob violence occurs field, a position he held for 20 years be- the prison and had been a trusty lor , sorao time.. war, an Irishman said it waa the invari- Bhall bo liable for $2,500 to the fore he went to Frankfort. It. O. Bradley, formerly of this place, of the victim. widow or heirs able custom of his captain to inquire, It la eaid that Speaker Reed has 0'Flanne.gan present?" and Tho House has passed the compul- agreod to permit a bill to pasa appro- has been awarded the contract to build "Is Private on receiving his "Here, sor," to add, sory education bill. The bill makes it priating $500,000 to pay that amount of the electric railway from Waddy to "Then let tho battle begin." For some compulsory upon parents or guardians Southern war claims that have been ad Frankfort and is under bond to have the Opposite St. Asaph Motel. rood bed finished by June 1. time past, tho country has been asking to Bend to school all children between the judicated by tho court of claims. A. M. Vaughan, a traveling sales for an answer as to ages of 7 and 14 yoars for at least 12 and waiting in vain At Colvillo. Wash., a man and his bow the Hon. Woodford G. Dunlap weeks, 8 of which shall be consecutive, wife were sentenced to 20 years impri- man was lound dead in Wayno county, stood on tho presidential question, till in each common school year. sonment for killing their eon. Imme- where he had evidently been drowned Dr. Walton has offered a bill entitled diately after being placed in their colls in an euort to drink from a creek. Ho now the telegraph convoys the coveted . livod at Russell Springs, and leaves a information that in an interview he says a bill to prevent blindness, which pro- both cut their throats with a razor. wife and one child. he is for Bradley first and McKinley sec- vides that it Bhall be the duty of mid wives A warrant has been issued at In Madison county people pay ond. The battle can now proceed. Brad- aod nurses, or other persons having the for the arrest of Dr. P. T. Secdingjtime is nowjright at handjjwe have a largcjstock of McKinley will be the next presi- charge of infants; if one or both eyes Rhodes, charging hlra with the murder taxes on $12,000 and over. J. D. Harris ley or dent of the United States and don't you should become red, swollon or inflamed, by polBon, of Jared Robinson, whose is assessed at $111,070, T. D. Oheuault at I128.3S0, W. S. Hume & Co., $101,510, J. forget it. at any time after birth, to report the widow he secretly married soon after. 8. H. Stone $55,470, for Bart- 8. Walker $53,1-10same to tho health officer of the town. peoP. J. Watson, Poor Jim Richardson, whom his Replying to the circular of Adolpb ley, Johnson & Co., has been indicted O. F. Burnam $47,019 and J. W. Caper-to- n Legislature, is pining ple forced to the $28,770. Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle Sutro, major of San Francisco, asking for uttering a forged bill of lading upon away at Frankfort for the quiet and The Lexington Herald says that nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine the Kentucky legislature to repoal the which, as collateral, $1,692.60 was adof quaint old Glasgow and thus Compa- vanced by the First National Bank. He ThoB. M. Scott, a nephew of Gov. Bradour stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting n charter of tho Southern Pacific unbosoms himself in a letter to his ley, is in a commercial college there and short and we are offering special inducements to'close out a nice line "When I get back in my home ny, O. P. Huntington says, in a commu- says he was told to do so by David Bartas Boon as be learns stenography and of Buggies and Surreys. that Su- ley, without knowing of the forgery. among the goodlpeople of Barren county, nication to the tro has a the The railroads will not make the lim- typo writing will become the governor's I am going to stay there, and the world, charter wasprivate grievance; that has honestly obtained and it of 30 days to the G. A. R. encampment private secretary and addc: "If any of W. I.. WITHERS, Salesman. with its contentions and alrifo, may wag been legitimately used, and that he at St. Paul and Commander Walker Gov. Bradley's relations have beon overas it wants; I will not wag with it." Poor looked in the distribution of tho pie thev follow! He had no business to champion thinks Sutro is "one of the worst of men." Bays: "That Blmply lets St. Paul out of should speak right out at onco beforo it enit. That is all there is to that. Tho the forlorn cause of Blackburn and NEWSY NOTES, Ib too late. Who said a public ofllca free silver. tire matter will now be reopened, and wasn't a privatoBnap? Not Billy O'Brad selected for the encampAt Birmingham, Ala., a cripplo another city Tillman, the fellow who dlegraces ley, oh no." BYstamped his sweetheart to death with his ment." South Carolina in tho U. S. Senate, made peg leg. The aged wifo of Rev. J. G. Pond, of Mrs. Jano Huston, wife of a banker a most disgusting display of his asslnini-t- y Populists frustrated a plan of tho re- at Well Fleet, Neb., In giving her "ex- Kirkeville, is dead. Rev. A. V. S ze Wednesday, when he, in a sot speech, publicans to elect Senator Fryo president perience" at a Methodist revival Btated more preached hor funeral Monday. Her hurled shaft after shaft of venomous in- of maiden name was Saltan Schooler and the Senate. that ehe had discarded all jewelry and vective at hla bettors, Mr. OlevelanMnd It was ungodly to wear she had been the wife of tho man who is The total forgeries in tho Bello of believing that Secretary Carlisle. It ia a pity that the now left to mourn, over 04 years. She Nelson lading and wareh msa receipts diamonds had loit hors at homo on her was 81, he is hoso wasn't turned on blm. In 1835 she joinea the aro $160,000. dreeser. A young man waa aoen to leave later and Baptist church and since then her life has John B. Horn, a consumptive, was tho church a few inomonts Gov. Bradley is kinder mixing things beon onu of earnest piety. She went And Funeral Director. Hopkinsville Asylum. He has found dead In a berth on a Pennsylva- when flhe returned homo hor jewela up at the wero gono. The young about doing good and her works will folworth $50,000 appointed a woman doctor as assistant nia passenger train. carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Bur-fr-y Robes Tho Mississippi legislature refused fellow had just given his "experience." low her. The interment was at Gilead; Also superintendent and a negro BS.itoward whero manyfriends gathered to ;pay the Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. can further to placo a tax on the 200,000 worthless but as he is alao missing it is thought and is cogitating oalio who last tribute of respect. dogs owned in the State. Room opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. that he got away with the diamonds. complicate matters. followed by an Increaso of taxes." Louisville Timos. Referring to the above, Hon. It. 0. Warren, who was a member of the Legislature at the time, showed us a copy of the Journal, and sure enough overy mother's son of a republican, including our neighbors, Ool. Silas Adams and J. R. Creech, voted for the bill to taxation and against sustaining Gov. Buckner's veto of it. Mr. Warron, and 14 other democrats, believed with the governor that the reduction could not be made and maintain cash payments by the treasury, and voted tOBUstain the veto. o -Po-lan- SIX PAGES- - yet the hypocritical Commercial has the committed sulcldo because ho overslept For Burt seed oats, best on earth. unadulterated gall to remark that "the himself and mlesed a train. sile by E. 8. Powell, Uustonville. Two women were imprisoned in a people expect a democratic regime to be A 33 lb. gobbler won the premium at Lbuisville Store CLEARANCE SALE. Ladies Ribbed Vests at 12 - one-hors- e Seamless Black Socks. 10 Gents, CLOTHING, Carpets and Mattings, &e. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAirroHD, xrsrn em-ploy- Mc-Kinn- ey n, -- be-for- M WO -- L .1 -- 3 three-year-o- ld We prefer the Cash,, but if you that come in and give your note. Allac counts MUST be taken off our books. PBNNY'S!DRUG STORE. 51,239,-0S4.5- 7, 1885-189- 6. Furniture, Undertaking, Ex-Sta- te admis-ttntor- Carpets, Wall Paper. W. W. WITHERS, I 4 ro LOOK HERE book-keepe- r , Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c.. sol-Had- e pa-pe- Courior-Journa- l, --- UNDERTAKING -- I . Practical Trimmer, Embalmer i.. , p.. t w jf jfY. I w J , on iho wall, nnd tnsn moved back to tho doorway. Hosting tho heavy rlflo across a chair thero, ho DON'T know what silently waited for tho marauder to to tlilnk of It, mn," movo a trlllo to tho right, so that a Bnid Hnrry Blakcly. bottor shot could bo had. After tearing nt tho unfortunato cow na ho entered tho s until nho sank lifeless to tho ground' liousc, with nu look upon hlB tho panther for panther tho animal face, nntl cnrofully proved to bo ato its nil of tho quiverhutiK his rlllo In Its ing flesh and thon slowly turned toI'lnco on hooks nonr ward tho house. As tho great cat saw . s the boy, kneeling In tho doorwny and n- mo open don't know trembling with excitement nnd foar, "I what to tlilnk of It." It gave a snarl and crouched low, movlio repeated. "That's tho third tlmo ing Its tall rapidly from sldo to side, that crlttor. whntover It Is. has boon its cyos shining like living coals In tho around hero this weak, and ocry tlmo It dark. With a murmurod prnyor, Johnnlo has como n cow or somo other domestic animal has boon killed by It It's not ft took n (illicit aim and pulled tho trigger. bear, Hint's certain, for n boar don't Tho nnlmnl gnvo a leap into tho air malio trncks in tho snow like a wolf; toward tho boy, uttorod n savago ntid yet It nln't a wolf, for tho wolf scroain of rage, which echoed far and don't Ilvo that dnro como nlono Into tho wldo, and fell back dead, with n bullet clearing and attack tho cattle. I'm In Us brain. It wns somo minutes beclean bent out. and It bogliiB to look na fore Johnnlo darod approach tho fallen though wo'd have to do something des- crenturo nnd when ho did ho was moro perate If wo oxpoct to save any of our than astonished to find around Us nock j n broad, leather strap, which had evi utock." dently been placed there by human Mr. Hlakely was ono of the pioneers hands. at northern Wisconsin, having but a Whllo Johnnlo waB wondering what year before moved Into tho country with it nil moant and how tho strap enmo boy, from lile wlfo and there, Mr. nnd Mm. Hlakely drovo up. Ho forced to leavo Illi- Tho mother wns too frlghtenod to nois bocnimo his farm hsd been taaen spenk, as she gazod at the dead panther from htm on a mortgage. Hit preeent and thought of tho danger In which her homo consisted of a small log oabln at boy hnd been placed. Tho father, after ho odgo of a clearing, perhaps thirty making a critical examination of the rods ncroM. from which tho timber had j nnlmnl and tho collar around its nock, not long before boon cut. Tho place was nt once set out for the home of his noor- anything but n pslare, but It whs n. eat neighbor. dome, nnd this satisfied tho pioneers, on His return ho announced mat inc who ware willing to wait for better mystery of the panthor would probnbly times. be cleared up on tho morrow, as a Of late dire misfortune had fallen party Intended to make a search for upon tho family, and also upon the the lair of the animal and find If It woro other rosldotits of tho scattering settle- to bo found. Llttlo Johnnie pleaded to ment. With tho winter had come a bo allowed to accompany the party, but strange animal, which had not yot been could not gain consent, as his mothor scon by any ono. but which had made entered a firm and emphatic protest. (la preaehco felt by hilling stock and In the oarly morning bounds woro prowling about the cabins at night In aecurod and a amell paity of the setanything but a reassuring manner. tlors took up the trail of the panther. All efforts to hunt down the animal It led to the fedge of rocks on the Bride had proved of no avail, and scarcely rler, where tho animal had successfula night paawed but the settlement was ly hidden so many times when purTlsltod by the unknown terror and sued by the hunters. This tme the utock killed. The plotKK.h had tanked hounds kept the scent and it was found tho animal to a rocky ledge along the that the homo of tho creature had been llrulo rlrer, now noted as a trout In a cae almost hidden from sight, ftlream, but here all trace ended as which could only be reached by leaping completely as though the animal had arer a deep cut in the rocks. taken wttiK and flnn Into the sir. Aa tho party entered the den, which "Can't you set a trap and catch the ran back into the rocks for some disanimal?" asked little Johnnie Illakel) tance, the smell of smoke greeted their of his father, after the Utter had put nostril". Almost too much aatonlahed the rlllo In Ita proper place and was to apeak, the men slowly advanced and 'describing to his wife the great damage at laat came to the fire. Near It was tho unknown creoturo was doing In the seated a Indian, fondling two neighborhood. According to Hlakely small panther cubs, evidently tho young the nnltnal was endowed with what of the female which had boon killed the ceomod to bo almost human cunning day Iteforo by Johnnie Hlakely. raid kept out of sight of the hunters In Tho Indian Jumped to his feet as tho 11 mannor that was at once strange and men, with their rifles attholr shoulders, terrifying. approached, nnd made a dash for tho "A trap's no use," replied Hlakoly, opening of the cae. Ho never reached moodily. "Tho bruto knows too much It. for a rlllo was discharged, probably to run Into nny trap. It seems ns though accidentally. In the oxcltement of tho It vrero tho Evil Ono himself," and with moment, and tho foil on hla a scowl on his face the father turned to face, blood pouring from a torrlblo Ills supper. wound In his chest, Tho wholo settlement was In a state Everything possJblo was done for the of terror and but few darod venture ufforor, but It was scon that ho was from their cabins at night, for fonr of mortally woundod. As ho was placed tho unknown creature, which could be tenderly near the fire on a pile of furs beard now and then In the woods, giv- he gaepod painfully onoo or twlco and n howls, which then spoke. Ho had como Into tho ing vent to cry. ended in a curious, i.elghborhood tho previous fall, ho said, Search nfter search was made for the bringing with him the famnlo panther, animal, but without success. Tho win- which ho had 'captured and tamed In ter woro on, nnd at the opening of Michigan. spring there was not a settler In tho In this envo ho had llvod nlone, with region who was not a heavy loser from only his savago pot for a companion. the doprodntlons of tho animal, which Hero tho cubs had boon born and ho was ondoavorlng to train them as ho had trained their mother to kill and bring to him whatever enmo In her path. Human bones were found In tho body cave, but when the to the settlement, along with was takon tho cubs, no mention of these bones was inado by tho men, who decided that no good could come from It. Tho body wns given a decent burial; the cuba were klllod nfter being on exhibition for a few days, and tho reward of $50 was paid to Johnnlo Hlakely, who la now a business man In a Wisconsin city nud who hlgly pr!zo3 an g rlllo and rug, which a tattered panther-ski- n positions of honor In his home. 'Twas ho who rolntod to mo tho story as here givon. Nothing was ever learned concerning tho Identity of tho although Inquiries wcro made, THE TRIGGER, PULLED s nnd It is moro than probnblo that ho emo declared was a panther, whllo Insisted that It must be an Indian had been moro or loss crazy, had raised devil, tho woodsman's name for nn an- tho old panther from a cub and had imal of tho cat family which Inhabits wnndored from Michigan over Into Wls cousin, irs ho said. the north woods. Thero was a ntnudlng rownrd of $50 for the head of tho unknown beast, nnd Can't Sen tho .ToUp. the amount seemed like a fortuuo to IS tho serlouB manner In which Hero a Utile Johnnie, who often thought how a big London dally nnd a sedato If ho could only o delightful It would be mnglstratn treated an earn nil this money. Ah ho lay In his American Joke: "A strango society bed that night llttlo did ho dream that wna brought to light during tho hearbefore many dnys ho would earn the ing of a case before tho Thames magrownrd nnd win praise from tho set- istrate. Soveral mon wcro charged tlers for his coolness nnd bravery. with stealing a watch from a sailor and Ono Sunday afternoon whllo Johnnlo worn all discharged except Alexander was alono In the house, his father nnd Fullerton, on whom wcro found a toother having gone to tho village to atsavings bank book for 10 and tend a meeting In tho church, ho heard a card of membership with a curious a commollon among tho cattle, which title. It boro tho following Inscripwere Inclosed In u small house near tion: 'National Liars' Association. the hotiBO. On looking from tho door Having boon n member of tho above astho boy saw nn animal about tho size sociation, and finding you n bigger liar at a largo dog, only longer and more than myself, I must congratulate you n active, making nn attack upon a on relieving mo of this card.' It must cow, which was bellowing bo gratifying to tho Knst end comns she endeavored to escape from munity, as well as a tribute to Fuller-ton- 's the creature. own abilities, that ho found no Tho animal hnd evidently jumped up- ono worthy of relieving him of the on tho cow from bohlud and was tear- card. Tho magistrate remanded him ing at the anlmal'a neck, from which for Inquiries." , th blood wns pouring In a atroam. For on Instant Johnnie wns powerless to Ilia Willi 1'rnnheey Moro Than FnlMtrtl, Joseph Hell, the engineer of move, for ho realized that before him Rocket, has recently died at was tho unknown bruto which hnd tbcon causing to much trouble among tho ago of S3. Ho heard Stephenson innko tho wild prophecy that trains he Bottlers. Slowly his souses returned to him would rijn al fifteen, miles an hour, nntl and cautiously ho took his father's rlllo, lived to run a train for hundreds of which he knew to be loaded, from Us miles at more than a mile a minute. BACKWOODS MYSTERY rcstlug-plrc- o MWEST KIND OF JAG. CANDIES WJTH WHISKY INC1DE OF THEM'. nnx-Ion- mm And Solit Without n I.lconiir Very Popular with Woman nml .Many 3Inl Drinkers V ho Don't Cure to Tnke It V btrulcht. iuin" 1111-tio- ls. had-bee- phase of social wickedness Is tho bonbon with a llttlo "Jag" concealed bo- noath its sugary exterior. Yon enn get drunk on candy. With your chocolato creams nnd gum drops you can buy whisky or brandy, and from n box of sweets you can Imbibe enough splrltus frumcntl to make you morry and give you a head next morning, says the Now York World. As tho lnuocont-lookln- g confection dissolves on your tonguo a liquid trickles out that has tho unmistakable flavor of tho good old stuff. "That's whisky," you say. Whisky It Is, and as It mixes with tho sugar coating that hns hold it a prisoner, tho combination la ngreo-nbl- o to tho taste. Tho steady drinking man who Is not on good terms with tho bartender on tho corner finds In these whUkylzed candles tho noxt host method of getting around tho Kooaovelt roatrlctlons. Ho gives tho wink to his druggist, rocolvos a little box and goes home cqulppod against a dry Sunday. The confectionery stores are renplng a rich harvest. Although they have no HE very latest f9 vSl of tho Anlmnl In Itooin Surn to Induce Sleep. A discussion has rccetly bcea ratrled on In tho Vcgelnrlan on tho subject of tho magnetic power of tho cat. One gentleman writes: "Allow me, as one who often has sleepless nights, and has tried everything you suggest, to sug gest a remedy which I have found aboe them all, and which you do not notice. It Is simply to take a pet cat to sleep with one. Cats aro the very host nnd hypnotists, and tho enfost. To obtain tho remedy it will not do to take a cat Into your bed and as soon na you have found relief neglect hor. xoti must be kind to tho cat before and nfter and mnko her jour friend. Sho will give you the precious sleep, when nil other rcmcdlos fall, and better than all put together. Tho cat la the truest friend of man, wcro man Intelligent enough to know It. Tho Egyptians knew what wo seem not to know. Do not forco.your cat to Ho this way or that; lot her take hor own way. Do not even force her to como to you It eho does not wish It, but let her bo In tho room, outside the bod. Sooner or'latcr sho will come In and nurse you as no other animal can. Even to look Into the eyes or even the face of a cat will often produce a feeling of drowsiness, leading to sleep. Cultivate the friendship or pussy, and you will never regret It." Ah a pendnnt to tho above I may give tho following incident which happened to my own family, and which shows how powerfully magnetic is tho cat's Influence on Its prey. Ono morning my daughter (then quite & child), on going Into tho garden early, was surprised at UimIijt Wan Stern. Westminster school recently cele- seeing tho favorlto cat crouching on brated the 200th nnnlvorsary of the tho ground, perfectly motionless, with death of Dr. Itlchard Busby, who was Its eyes fixed on a rat which maint lined Ireaenco mag-nctlzers suppose that we sell nt least fifteen poundo here a day. You have no Idea how many joung fellows, schoolboys, between fifteen and eighteen years, buy them. They cannot buy liquor In saloons, so they buy whisky drops and think they aro real sporty. Grown men purchaso thorn, too, on Sundays especially, and say, you would dlo laughing to see how embarrassed some of them are when they como In. They don't know exactly how to ask for them, and I suppose feol a bit ashamed at buying candy for tho liquor thero is in them. "Wo put up two classes of 'winks,' brandies and whiskies. It Is hard work for anyone not In tho buslnoss to tell thorn apart. In fact. In tholr innocence llos tholr charm. A number of our women customers, and wo have any number of them, hao discovered tho caso where tho drops aro kept and instead of saying that thoy want whisky or brandy drops, thoy merely point to tho tray and sny, 'A pound of those, please.' To tho uninitiated they appear to bo purchasing ordinary chocolate creams. "We have been selling brandy drops for years without being bothered by tho law, and It was only to meet a sudden demand that whisky was used. Tho Idea of a porson gottlng Intoxicated on brandy or whisky drops may souud funny, but there was a girl who formerly worked hero that ato them to such an extent that sho used to got sleepy In the middle of tho day. Sho lost hor place on account of hor devotion to the 'wink drops'." CATS CURE INSOMNIA. .FEUDALISM IS HERB. REMARKABLE OBSERVATIONS OF A FRENCHMAN. Wo Aro Serf of tho MUllonVro Om Women, Too, Aro DorndeiitK, nml Out Aro 1'lclitlnc Cotrbo; Llko tin Mediaeval llarons. HE WE RAISING nn aristocracy, and Is it even now something more than a green shoot ZZ?J :- All - in fact, quite a bud Just bursting into bloom? That Is what a Frenchman named thinks. Ho has been writ ing to tho Parisian papers chargin v.a with possessing an aristocracy air moro poworful than any European nobility, and alleging that we arc ' tending, throughout tho whole fabric of our society, moro and moro toward feudal- oyJ tsd cy i-l- ism." Tho almost spontaneous of the millionaire class, which, sa3 oar critic, had no existence twenty ycn.3 ago, ho regards as assuredly one o. t 13 most interesting phenomena of jlio economic and social evolution that 13 taking placo in tho United States. of tho national wealth is today in tho hands of 2,000 pcrson3-- k3 of our thnn population- - This result 13 somewhat surprising, M. do GraiK.y saj, when wo realize that tho Amcrkau was colonized by people who ft Europe becnuso they wished to pro,, t against tho inequality of social ronJl-tlon- .there, and who did vnoir best ta even up things financially and socially in thMr new home. Our Puritan ancostors turned their backs on the old aristocracy, and behold a now ono so rolling In wealth It Is supplying the cftcto that European nobility with heiresses. Instead of tending moro and more toward strltt democracy, as the wlseacroi thought wo wore doing half a centary ago, we havo turned around and gono In tho opposite direction. In fact, Incipient feudalism cecals to spring up from tho ground where vr our French critic turns. It confronts him even In tho wild west, vhT0 among the ranches he finds people living under a regime that seems to him bxactly that of Europe in .the tenth cofitury. Tho country is held by grat surrounded by cowboys armed to tho toeth, who nro nha3 fighting with tho Inhabitants of tho towns, ns the mediaeval baron3 fought with tho mediaeval communes, Bourget also treated tho great landowners and cmployors as foudal seigneurs, having an Influence that arises from natural causes, but ho saj3 that this Influence Is not political. The later French critic says that tho distinguished author of "Outre Mer" Is mistaken, for mon of this class havo much greater political power than that In tho hands of any European aristocracy whatever suroly much greater thin tho French nobility ever had. Directing his attention next to American women he says that many of hem, at least, are precisely like thoso that graced tho courts of the Caesars. "Thy aro true Romans of tho decadence." Those decadent females actually go crazy over mere physical strength; they go to hear celebrated athletes dclher private lectures on tho subject of their own marvelous powers, illustrated by an exhibition of tho groat men's nude torsos. Having thus proved that the men In America aro mediaeval barons and serfs, and tho women Roman matrons of doubtful morals, M. Graucey his resources and steps aside to mako room for the next Gallic critic whoever fato may havo In store for us to add his quota to tho gaiety of nations. nr,-fariac- e One-quart- er cn-tl- ro on-tlne- nt 1 to-d- ay land-owner- half-bree- d s, WHISKY. BRANDY AND ItlfM IN PACKAGES LIKE THIS. llconso to sell liquor, they do not foar nny troublo from what, nt first glance, may seem to bo n harmloss Infraction of the law. But ns young girls nnd boys, as well as grown mon and women, aro buying tho drops, tho exclso bonrd will havo every exctiso for Interference ns soon ns they havo road this article. A Sunday World reporter bought rye whisky bonbons nt two places in nrond-wa- y last Sunday nnd at one place In Columbus avenue, nenr Seventy-secon- d stroot. He aleo bought brandy In bonbons at two places. In two pounds of this mlxturo of whisky and candy was enough Intoxicating liquor to produco a decided "feollng." Tho chocolatoa put up with whisky In them were not put on sale In this city until two weeks ago. Since then the demnnd for tho article haa been groat. Brandy drops were made yoars and years ngo on a small scale, but not until tho screws wero put on Sunday drinking did tho whisky drop make Its nppoarancc. Tho whisky drop Is not o different In appearance from tho chocolato or brandy drop, and Is about tho sanio size. At somo of tho shops It Is covored with plain chocolate, whllo at tho more stylish places It is wrappod in tin and gold foil. In somo of Its forms It Is composed of a llttlo Jug made of crystallzed sugar. Into which tho liquor is squirted with a syringe. Then the small opening is plugged with sugar and dipped in boning chocolato and laid out on boards to dry. Tho foil Is put on to hold tho compound together In case It Is exposed to a damp atmosphere. Pcoplo who havo not bought whisky drops, and who havo no idea of tho amount of tho Julco of tho rye contained In them, will bo surprised by tho following figures, derived from an analysis: In n pound df chocolate drops thero aro eighty plecos. Each ploco wolghs 95 grains, Troy weight. After a drop Is broken and tho whisky Is poured out thero nro found GO grains of sugar and chocolato and 40 grains of whisky. Counting eighty dropa to tho pound, thero aro 3,200 gralna of whisky in each pound box of the now mixture. of good rjo whisky A half-piweighs 3,255 grains. Thus In onch pound of jChocolnto whisky drops thero e Is a half pint of whisky, less . grains. Bartenders sny tho avorago Now Yorker doea not pour out moro than of a half pint for a drink. According to this thero aro about six average drinks of whisky Jn every pound of tho now candy. There Is a gallon of whisky, according to tho stntomont of a manufacturer, In every sixteen and a half pounds of this candy. The'prlco of tho candy, of course, depends on tho quality of tho brandy. Somo pound boxes coat 30 cents, others cost CO cents. Diluted opium la mixed with choco-Int- o drops In China, and in Now Orleans a factory has been making abslntho drops for tho past flvo years. The salesgirl In ono of Broadways largest candy stores said: "Wo have beon selling 'wink drops,' as we call them, for tho past two weeks, and the sale Is growing every day, I old-tlmnt half-bree- d long-draw- half-huma- n head master of tho school for years, and, though a stanch royalist, held his place through the civil war and the commonwealth. Dr. Busby's reputation as a flogger has lasted to this day. A Frenchman wandering Into the Bchool playground was set upon by the boys. Dr. Busby saw the row and ordered those engaged to bo Hogged; Tho Frenchmnn was taken with tho boys and Hogged too. Ho thon went, in his wrath, to the doctor to demand an explanation, but as he could not speak English well, after a few words tho doctor got angry and ordered him to bo horsed, which was done. Tho Frenchmnn, mad with rage, went to his Inn, wrote a challengo and sent It to Busby by the porter. Tho doctor read tho challenge and at once had the porter horsed. That was too much for tho Frenchman. He packed up his and fled In terror to France. fifty-seven so when the child went quietly forward, and gently taking up the rat by the neck, carried it Into the adjoining yard. It remained quite quiet In her hand, but on being placed on the ground, nnd a man stupidly taking hold of It by tho tall, It Immediately turned nnd bit him, being by that time aroused fiom its stupor. That tho ancient Egyptians held "tho harmless necessary cat" in groat veneration mny bo known from tho mummied remnlns of the animal presorted in the British museum and elsewhere. They were even In tho habit of expressing their sorrow and by ndopting outward signs of mouring when the family possessing a cat was deprived of It by death. ct entirely was the latter transfixed by the gazo of its enomy that It never moved tho same position opposite to her. So M nix'lplliii- - half-breed- 's It is pointed out by the Berlin correspondent of the London Tlmos as a sign of au abnormal condition of affairs in Prussia that tho discipline formerly enforced in tho civil service of that country is breaking down. This is shown in tho betrajal of the higher officials by tho lower, who give secretly out for premature publication official documonts, with the object of defeating tho measures of tho government. The socialist papers havo received thus many stato secrets which, ui tier normal conditions, would not get out till tho proposed measures wero ripe tor public discussion. The effects of tul3 disloyalty is often to wreck measures beforo the arguments in their favor can be officially stated. Suprrittltloii In l'riml.i. At Peukuhl, a small village In Prussia, a farmer died last March. SInco then ono of his sons has been sickly, and somehow a rumor was started that ho dead man would not rest until ho had drawn nlno members of the fnm-ll- y also Into tho grave. To "conjure" tho spell, a near relative must open tho gravo nnd decapitate tho corpso. Accordingly tho sick man, armed with a spade, went to the cemetery, exhumed his father's body, and cut oft the head. Wlipro i:nsl:uiil 1'IrIiU Ilest. The prospect of another Ashnntco wnr recalls Sir Wilfred Lawson's summary of the English campaign In 1S73. He asked In the houso of commons what England had gained by her victories over the Ashantoes. "An old umbrella nnd a treaty," ho made answer to hla own question. Ho was reminded that thero hnd been no treaty. Ho remarked that ho was not sorry, ns tho treaty would havo been worth no more than tho umbrella. A Mounter SInoie. llro.ikins Don 11. or &&&& ed muzzle-loadin- o;-cu- half-bree- d, oth-ec- Lon-do- old-tlm- post-offi- fifty-fiv- ce one-sixt- h half-Brow- plt-otus- ly Stcph-enson- 's Tho biggest mooso ever taken In the Aroostook region of Maine, tho state's best hunting ground, was killed recently by Col. A. A. Baker of Newport, It. I. A game official measured the animal, and his figures wero: Weight, dressed and Including hide, with bobsled on which It was hauled, 1.3C0 pounds; spread of antlers, 19 inches. Tho antlers havo fifteen prongs on one sldo nud thirteen on the other. Tho l'n ill nn I'll; Cunr. The trial of the Mlchlgantown pig case Is over. Somo months ago the town marshal impoundod a pig belonging to John IIUlls, the animal being as a vagrant nnd thrust into prison on tho charge of loitering. Tho authorities wanted $1.50 for tho pig's but HUlls would not pay It, saying that It was moro than the pic was worth. In Justice court the town beat HUlls and mado $40 and costs. In tho trial In circuit court the Jury decided against tho town, awarding Hlllls tho Iho MlnMter'H 111 under. n Log (It's a hog now) and The New Yorkors aro telling ono an$1.01 damagos. This, with costs exceeding $100. Mlchlgantown must pay other of a good Joko on Rev. John Wesley Brown, rector of St. Thomas' for falso imprisonment of tho pig. church, previously rector of St. Paul's His part In the coremon-la- l In this city. JUST ABOUT WOMEN. wedding wns of the Either ho had Tho mother of Dwlght L. Moody U to read tho service. marked the wrong place in the prayer still living, at tho age of 00. Tho empress of Austria, who has bock or tho singing disconcerted him; been staying at insists at any rate tho wedding party was upon taking her mineral bath at 4 amazed to hear his rich, full volco utter o'clock every morning. the words: "I am the resurrection and In several of his popular novels Will- tho life!" "Heaven and eaithl" ejacuiam Black speaks of his wife as "Queen lated Bishop Potter In a whisper behind Titania," and gives the impression that him. The rector at onco awoko to tho fact tha,t ho was reading tho burial sershe is a small woman. o vice, and, after ono breathless second, Sarah Bernhardt drew a largo to a Paris civil court lately, wheo he proceeded with tho proper ritual. tho was sued for not paying a horso dealer's bill. As Hood as ths Medicine. Seme women In Gnllcla, Austria, havo A nhvslclan of Pocahontas county, sent the Emperor Francis Joseph a Virclnla. tells a story of a natlont who petition worded a3 follows: "Slro, wo ono night recently swallowed two women of Gallcla, prostrate at tho foot cartridges in mlstako for two of tho throne, present this our ardent Tho capsules of medicine. request: At present, whereas every doctor left tho capsules wltk the In man, young or old, Is llnblo to military structions that tho sick man should service, we women, often moro robust tako them during the night. The man thnn effeminate men, think we ought nwakened, reached for tho capsules, but not to bo excluded. Tho arms now In somehow got hold of tho cartridges and uso aro well mado and easy to handle. did not discover his mistake until ho We, therefore, pray your majesty to In- liml (swallowed them. No serious harm stitute a corps of araazon volunteers." resulted, though tho patient had an anx Mrs. Isabel C. Barrows, ono of tho ious time for some hours. first women to enter tho civil Bervlco at Washington, for a long time figured I.onc. Warn Wont on the pay roll aa "I. C. Barrows," to Captain James, In an address beforo avoid tho reduction of pay which would tho Royal United Service Institution in probably ensuo on tho discovery of her T.nmlnn. declared that modern military sex. All went well until sho was ob- -' development would Inevitably shorten llged to appear In person, together with tho period of war. Moreover, he asother government employes, to tako serted, whllo at tho actual point of battho "Iron-cla- d oath" that sho had never tle, tho destruction would bo vastly borno arms against hor country. Tho Increased, tho aggregato loss of men fact which most conclusively proved In nn entlro war would be really rethat sho had not also resulted in tho duced by tho Improved means ol treating tho wounded. paring down ot her pay. ar-lest- ed ex-hatfull-grow- Pflgct-Whltn- ey Alx-les-Bal- aul-enc- flve-gra- ln Ijt 1 mymfrmA gj i,w,..HHl A... ...-- . ,.'.! ,- .- . j.'w(tyMj .p." Jbtmtm i-! i'i p niiii iiarwmn;-itt- r i.ar.iwrwWiiBaptiHiHif Vj;,' ;,cp;.THBHiy USSLj SUPPLEMENT TO THE SEMI-WEEK- LY INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. ono nation cannot maintain a doublo THE lin.lL l'KOIILEU. Why Legal Tcnilcr Notes Must (Jo. lv It Tho last nnmbor of Sound Curronoy, j but or Green- published by tho Roforra Olub of Nov Simon Newcomb, Iho eminent math- Not Ono back Retirement. ematician, in his "Principles of Vork, is nn interesting nnd tlraoly disSenator Rurrows, of Michigan, has cussion of tho noed of greenback to Political Economy" desoribes IMPOSSIBLE IN ANY ONE NATION-AL- L what monometallism nnd not beon saying much on tho currency tiromont, by Mr. Charlos O. Jackson, POLITICAL ECONOMISTS, bimetallism mean, and of tho lator ho question, but ho docs his own think- The ttompndous cxpensoof continuing: BUT ONF, AGREE ON remarks: "Difllaulticshavo been found ing, as is evident from tho following to isstto government legal tondor notcsl in making a schomo involving all theso intorviow with him ou January 10: is clearly pointod out. Mr. Jnoksonj THIS POINT. "Ouo of two things must bo dono features work satisfactorily." says that "Tho contracts payablo in' Henry Dunning MacLeod, of Trinity oithor tho greenbacks must bo retired lawful money in tma country nro Cambridge, Enjlnnd, in his or poibo mbans devised by whioh thoy probably at least $25,000,000,000, nncl Univer-ijty- , College, Professor Ross, of Stamford Icotnroil in Portland, Orogon, recent, volumo on "Bimetallism" shows will not or cannot bo presented for nuxiety about these contracts, and that India has tried the oxperimont payment. Tho act of lSJIO, which con- aliont tho new on"s wuicn must no en- como timo ago, on tho monetary probil tinued in operation for threo years, torcil on bv anybody who undertakes unsuccessfully; that England lem. His declaration in favor'of the to ninintiiu it for more than isjectod into our circulation about n now enterprise paralyzes our enerpossibility of national bimetallism Franco S150.000.000 of silver reprosonlod by gies, curtails onr industries, nnd lee gavo great joy to tho freo silver peo- 100 yonra nnd failed ; and mado tho hamu futilo effort for moro tho Treasury notes, whilo nt tho samo Mins our incomes very seriously. In ple, who havo smco boon quoting nud timo tho reserve was not in any dogroo tho Inst name vunr tho oggregato of referring to him as an "authority. " than 500 yeirs. Af. Stanley Jevon, tho eminont augmeutod. This may havo had n ten- tho incomes of our inhabitants wasi This appeal to "authority" caused Mr. dency to alarm the businoss public reduced probably twenty por cant, at' Charles R. Fay, of Portland, to inves- English writer, in his "Monev and tho Mechanism of Exobnnge," devotes a and creato n raid on tho Troasury for least, nnd our incomo nroi tigate tho works and writings of most gold. Ouo hundred millions of gold probnbly teu per cent, lews than thoy Standof tho prominent political economists chapter to "The Battlo of the was rcgardod as a safe rescrvo for would bo if this ovil of partial repuof tho world on this subject. Ho finds ards." Tn speaking of tho discussion among European economist", ho say-- $316,000,000 in Uuitod SUtca notes; diation did not hnngnvtr ns. Thoto-- j fchnt Professor Ross is nlono among ): Tho advantages of but when wo camo to add $150,000,000 tal iucomcfl of our people are somo- -' wconomio professors iu his belief that (pp. the doublo standard havo been most more in demand paper, payablo in whoro nbout $12,00O,O0O,l)ftO pryoar, it is possiblo for ouo nation to estab- ably advocated by M. AValowski, gold, without increasing tho rcservo n nnd ten por cont. of thisisSl,2OO,000,- -' lish bimetallism. Many others, Oourcelle-SeneuiSeyd, Leon, Prince, dollar, theroby placing in circulation think that international bimetal Smith and others, while AIM. Chevalior, nbout $300,000,000 nf demand notes, 000. This is tho sum, then, which! tho ttso of ovorvalued silver and unAVo give bolow the lism is possible. do Parieu, Henricks, Frere, Orban, with only $100,000,000 in monoy with trustworthy legal tender papor as result of Mr. Fay's rosoarch : and Juglar whioh thoy conld bo redeemed, I am Professor C. F. Bastaple, professor Lerasseur, somo of tho leading uphold- not cloar that this was not largoly ac- standard monoy tnkes from us oach havo been yoar." of political economy in Trinity Col-r i nit Y ers of tho gold standard." countable for tho distressing position :T?QK?5itu.T-rf-"aJ5- TTir lit . WCV xv Mr. Jaokion thinks that gold ha lege, Dublin, is tho author of tho wo find ourselves now. That been ilowing away from our country for tho in n5jp?13RJ'T 'VW?y4SS v. Tt." JSKi og "Money" iu tho Encyclopedia (p.His prognostication aud Russiafuture nn whioh 110) iucroaso of revenue comnien-sitrat- o during the past oight years becauso Britcnica, nnd ho strongly favors tho likely to is that "Asia against theseom uphold silver with tho expenditures of the our government has fo abused its rost pchomo which ho 'says (IU p. 736) would remody of the world adopting gold;" and'ho govornmont this power to issue paper currency that Cernuschi and DeTjnveleyo brought Whon tlic currency of a country is being inflated or oheaponod by tho forward, and which "The former adds: "In such a result there seems condition of things nud restore both our own aud foreign investors to bo nothing to roftrat." In his public confidence iu the ability of the ' aro doubtful whether that currency D80 of fiat paper or silver inonoy, prices of food, clothing, furniture ront.clc, callod bimetallism; that is to cay, always go up faster than do prices of labor. Beoiuso of this ro.lticed purchas- establishment nt n universal, or at tho last volume, "Investtgntions iu Cur- government to maintain a will bu always rwdeemablo in gold. all ing power of wages tho laboriug man is umblo to obtain with cheap money as events, n largo international currency, rency and Finance" (p. 816), in speak- of demand paper at par, i a proposi- This doubt ban beeu growing with tho much ns with full valuo money. This has beon tho oxporionoo of ovory cheap based on the concurrent circulation of ing of us: "In trying to ostablish a tion of which I have some doubt. Of decline in value of our largo stook of au increase in tnc reserve silver, all of whieh is practically money experiment of every nation. tho two metal!, gold and silvor, nt a bimotalho money, the Amerionn nation course, furniMh a remedy, but thw would bo hfltting tuemtelTes against might in gold, with no adeqnato fixed ratio." Period ol Unscientific Financial LegisSJIALI CUA.NUE. Professor R. E. Thompson, profes- inesistiblo natural tendencies so as to would mean the further mtrchaso of gold reuerve to meet such an obligagold by tho iwuio of bondr, whioh at tion. Thero is plouty of gold in tho lation. sor of social sciouce in the University inouro defeat." Profotsor Tausigg, of Harvard Uni- this time is hostile to the popular world ami the natural lawn of trado Tho bilvorite Senators nro just now tho of Pennsylvania, in hU "Elements of Futuro historians will refer to, United behaving liko tho aniall boy who Jast decades of the nineteenth century Political Economy" (p. 17) holds the versity, in "The Silver Situation in judgment ; and unless thewoUm SU'es will quickly start it to flowing ourj oan be way, onee we fully decide to aliok to Nvhinos "If I can't havo my own way, to show how Atneriemi so great in samo position. He writos: "A gen-er- tho United State," argues calmly and notes and the Treasury intelligently against bimetallism, both held in the Treasury after redemption the gold standard. then I won't play." They know that many other ropeeU--okasefinancial agreement ou tho part of Europo Mr. Jaokion shows how mnoh bettor a freo coinage bill cannot possibly rainbows and unsuccessfully triod all aud America to restoro the free coin- national nnd international ; aud Horacn nud the expenses paid with other I do not ee how a recurrence White, ono of the oditors of tho pass tho House, bo they sulk and kinds of remedies for fancied and real age nt tho old ratio would retreivo and "Nation," warmly advocates a gold of the raid ou the Treaeury can be fitted nre our banks, vwth $5,000,000,-00- 0 to nllow a measure far tho relief illsbeforo they entrusted their finance maintain its (silver's) price " banking aaaete, to iMue oitrrenoy of tho Treasury to becorao law. In to properly traino.1 men, ns thoy had President E. B. Andreas, of Brown standa'rd in "Lalori Ciceopedia of a vol led. a strange tbiug that the gov- thsn ia ur government, whioh has x "It i practically no nHets and whieh in thus checkiug neeiled legislation these previously found it expedient to do University, in his "Institutes of Tolitical Siience, Political Economy," ernment of the United States is the times of stringency or omorgonoy can etc. (vol. 2, pp. inter- with their army and navy, their health Economics," pp. Senators nro injuring tho bost treats the Profewor Richard T. Ely, formerly only party oblige I to pay ita obliga- borrow gold only by selling its own ests of their constituents and of tho departments, their courts of justice, topic of bimetallism. He says: "Iho of Johns Hopkin, is now head of tions on demaud in gold ; and wholo country. Fortunately the terms their colleges, etc. The reeonroes of promises to pay. serious question is whether tho two five hunhive of many of them will soon expire. this country are io great that it has not yet accepted metals can be mado a siugle standard School of Political Science, Eco- the United Ktate demandoat Finance is paper whieh millions of iu keeping Its legal as a scionco by us, probably bocauso of valuo. AA'e pronounce this poseible. nomics aud History, University of dred bo required net with gold MiocceJod thus far In his our country is fo rich that so Sufficient nations may unite upon n Wisconsin.Economy" "Introduction to it may moment. NotoMich demand oan tender note at par with gold. Simi(p. 198), nnd in at any A number of Weatorn Populists, far has beon ablo to stand unscienPolitical lar experiments have failed in overy valno to reader principally in Kansas, aro trying to tificit experiments that would havo givon currentratio that nation at both his "Outlines of Economic" (p. 15'.), be made ou any banking institutions; other country. Nolsueh paper oxcopt metals that in promoto n scheme for a groat railroad mined almost any other nation. The ratio. This bimetallic scheme, never we read: "One country nlone cannot they can pry in legal tender. It is ours u at par iu the wholo from Miunosotato the Gulf of Moxico. Gormnus, who havo been forced by yet tried, differs in principle from a introduco bimetallism bemuse othar till further significant that while the world. All other intelligent nations If theso mon rcilly believed in tho necessity to husband thoir resource, uuigovernmental one. Hence, to show, countries might wnul it their silver government of the United State mutt have abandoned the effort nnd substifree silvor doctrines which thoy preach havo made enormousstridos since their as Langhliu, iu his 'History of and tako awaj ita gold, just- - Ger- aland sponsor all tbe time for I5O0-- , tuted metnl as tho only legal tender, not a single dol- and now havo all their paper issued by thoy would try to do nway with rail- finances havo beon managed by a great in tho United State',' do of, many ovidetitly contemplated drain- 000,000 iu gold, it haa revenue." roads altogether, instead of Booking to central institution tho Reichbank ing France of at leat a large portion lar of distinctively gold bank. the of bimetallism They constantly under tho leadership of tho host talent. land in no wiso disproves tho iu one of her gold. Experience ceems to build now ones. scien"Scattering tho Truth. " denounco low prices ns an ovil to bo Franco nnd Eugland havo long been tific bimetallist argument." Presi- demonstrate that untional bimetalcured by big doses of cheap money. envied for tho comparative fitability dent Andrews has been deiiomiuatod lism is out of the question, and no A Xnr Way to SwhitHn Obi Selilirra. nulled Tho A weekly newspaper Yet thoy ndvocato a better method of and safoty of thoir finances, which is by rabid free Hilventes as a scientific economist favors it." e The valuo of the peuiion efeured by Silver Knight has been started in AVo transporting farm products which duo to tho workings of their groat con-trhave presented above the the wouuded Washington under tho editorial ohargo inetallist." opinions of rtuch "aiitboritie" ns tho payment fromveteran", wbos monthly of Senator Stewart, of Nevada. would most certainly reduce freight Tho President Francis A. AValker, of the banks. AA'o can yet outdo thorn the gorcrnment is in a rates, nnd therefore choapon wheat, all, if only wo apply the samo common Roston Institute of Technology, agrees library facilities at our dipoftl at great many oasee their tale mipport.de-jiend- s rlrst number says that "tho goldites( corn, meat, etc., in tho markets whero senso to our financo3 that we apply to with Professors Rastaple, Thompson present enable us to gather together; ontirely upon its purchasing have nil the money thoy oan nso, and thoy aro sold. If cheapness is a bad other departments. and Andrews in believing in the the list could he extended until it in- - powor. If that power be high, it will they are Hooding tho oountry with, thing, then tho Populists should tear political To moet. their poisonest literature." tho richest country Ours tho adoption of a double standard by inter cluded nil tandmir, economists of rro- buy a much larger supply of tho up tho railroad tracks, burn tho steam- world. isWe should be and can in tho national ngrcenicu as w, hoo bv tho bo In his "Political of lifo than if calculated in this Hood I'ho Silvor Knight will furfrom Profwwr Ely. ships and destroy all kinds of improvod most powerful nation financially and Economy, AdIvanood Course," chapter cheap dollars. It requires no argu- nish tho nntidotost nrtiolosthat can be maohinery. Goods would thon becomo overy other way ; but, to accomplish 11 is given to tbo treatment of "hi- ,m, "aatjiori y" Profostfor Ross ment to provo that, if this country afforded at 50 cents a yoar, or at the acarco and dear, and nobody would bo this, wo must dispel all doubt ns to motallisra," nnd eololy as au inter- stands ulono; for tho soke of the repu subjeot to tho danger of buying thin ge our financial unit, wo must contralizo national question. In section 302, on tation of his university, let us hope ho too cheap. our banking system, nnd wo must "What tho Bimetallist Proposes," ho will join tho ranks of his colleagues, manage our finances on soiontific prin- says: "Accepting tho existence of a who, on whatever else they may differ, aro agreed that unigovernmuntal biTho Atlanta Constitution has tem- ciples. Adolf Ladonburg, iu January largo group of countries in which gold metallism is impossible. naturally circulates as money, nnd anporarily abandoned its attacks on tho Forum. other in which silver i3 to used, he "Shylocks" nnd "Gold Kings" of Wall What Silver .Hniinmetallism Mrniit. . Why Labor (.'etc Lett. proposes to creato a league of statos street in order to point out tho danwhich shall each for itger to America of Japanese competition AVhile the financial panic of Decom-bpr- , Iho pricos of what wago earners in manufactured goods. In a long havo to bny respond far more prompt- self, but by simultaneousaction, estabwhich oaused a depreciation of editorial, based on tho prices at which ly to'changos in tho quality of money lish tho free coinage of the two metals, sevoral hundred million dollard in the an imaginary ngent of Japauo3o manu- than do wagos the prices nt which making the money of one metal to be valuo of securities, wag partly duo to legal tender indifferently with the tho fear of the efiVet of war on onr facturers was alleged to bo ready to sell labor is eold. Hence, whenever matobes, bioycles nud other articles, money is getting better, though nom- money of tho other raotal in tho pay- commercial interest, the underlying tho Constitution urgos tho adoption inal wagos miiy, tend to decroase, ment of debts, at a certain ratio, de- ronsou for tho lack of public confitermined upon in advance by consent- dence was the goneral belief thnt the of freo coinage ns tho only possible wago constantly ing states." nro remedy against a Hood of cheap goods getting earners United States Treasury would be goods moro in In his volumo entitlod "Money," from Japan. If tho United States will for tho raouey they actually Walker gives chapter 13 to a discus- forced to redeem its paper currency in double prices by measuring its wealth get for their labor; and whenever bilvor coin. This would mean that the dollars, thej wiso Atlanta money is getting poorer, through nom- sion of tho "Battlo of the Standards." whole financial svtem, through which in fifty-cen- t in which ho strongly favors internaeditor ia Hire that tho Japanese will wagos may tend to iucrcasc, "wage tional bimetallism, aud in his "Monoy, billioni of dollars' worth of transacnot bo ablo to compete with us. Or inal aro constantly getting less of trade, and industry," ho explains in tions aro annually carried on, would in other words, tho gold standard has earners be suddenly changed from the 100 cent tho necessaries and comforts of Jifo in detail (pp, tho way m which gold standard to the 50 cent silver forced prices down so low that tno return for tho wagos they receive. Japanese cau'now undersell our man- Appreciation of tho dollar in which international bimetallism would work. basis. To add to tho popular distrust, ufacturers. Hut if wo change our wngoi aro paid, and consequently In summing up ho Fays (pp. 181): prominent members of Congress, such etandnrd of valno so that our goods lower pticos, ie, therefore, constantly "This is tho modern bimetallic ,'schomo us Senator Morgan, of Alabama, and advocated by AValowski and Gormnschi will bo twico as dear, then tho low to tho ndvantngo of tho in France, Malou and de Laveleye in Allen, of Nebraska, oponly advocated priced Japaneso products will not and certainly tho inadequate adoption of the silver of tho wago comoin. A truly original and brill- dollar, earner. Depreciation prices, Belgium, Mens and A'rolok in Holland, standard through a law providing for and consequently higher Schcider in Germany, Haupt in Aus freo coinago nt 10 to 1. iant idea ! id always nnd certainly to his damage. tria, Seyd nnd tho Liverpool writers in Tho widosprond injury to tho great Hon. JohnDoWitt Warner. England, Horton and Georgo Walker business interests whioh followed tho in tho United States. It differs widely moro suggestion that wo might have to Thoworet enomyof tho nnselfish patriots who aro willing to saorilico from tho 'double standard' go on a silver basis is a striking object ol Frie Silver. Result themselves by filling all tho public which was pronouncod impractiblo by lesson of tho evils whioh would inevitNo invasion of hostilo armies, bnrn-in- Locke, Adam Smith and Ricardo. offices, and howling for "freo silver or and destroying as they advance, Thoro is nothing to show that ono of ably result from thonctual adoption of bust" botweon meal times, is not tho tho silveritcs' schomos. Ruin, bankwicked bankor or tho gold bug, but could by any possibility equal tho thoso writers, had ho lived in these ruptcy and poverty, Old Soldier "AVc must move to cheap lodginse, wife, I got just the olosod mills and and ruin which would days, might not havo advocated an tbo hardened villain who compiles desolation samo pension but food nnd clothing cost twice ns much." factories, idlo To slightly chango tho thus bo forced upon the great mass intornntioual monotary union, just ns workors nnd merchants, unemployed statistics. complaint of tbo Leadvillo saloon of people. Professor J. Lawronco not ono of tho writers whom I havo nation wouldgonornl commoroial stag- adopts tho silver standard, prices as rato of $15 por 100 aopios in gold, bo as cortain as that keeper, who pointed to the spiro of a Laugbliu. namodj as advocates of bimetallism night follows day. Do tho Amorican basod ou dollars containing 50 cents' "Wo nro anxious to do everything ia' worth of silvor will bo just twico as our power to scatter tho truth," says' littlo church with tho remark: "It's would propose tho union of tho two peoplo want such a condition of af- high ns thoy aro now. Values will be mo nonntor in uis prospectus, uioss them blamed preaobeis that's ruinin' metals at a fixed ratio in tho coinage fairs? no higher, and tho farmer or "worker your soul, you havo scatterod tho truth' In view of tho unfounded delusions of a single stato by lttclf alono;" and tho bnsiness of this hero community," will got no moro , than ho does now, so far already that tho most industrious" may ns well bo admitted that it is in which great nud wiso men have at ho concludes that "for us to'commonco it ".Sound Currency Red Hook." but nominal prices will bo donblod. scaroher in "Coin's Fiimuui.il School" tho blamed statisticians who aro knock- some timo beliovcd, it is not surpris- tho freo coinage of silver at lfl to 1, Not even llnrvoy has ing the stuffing out of tho Mlverito ar- ing that the preachers of tho gospol of whilo tho mnrket is 18 to 1 (tho The Sound Currency Committoe, of As tho number of dollars paid for pen- can ao t find it. guments. For instance, hero comes moro money, higher prices and cur- ratio was that whon ho wrote), 52 AVilliam street, Now.York, Iips just sions is fixed, it follows that if paid in dispersed it moro widely or producod more confusion among thu disciples. Mr. Richard P. Rothwoll, editor of ' rency intlation, should at first havo would be to hazard the success of re- published what is undoubtedly the silver dollars the pensioner would f as much, munsured If anybody will send $13, thu Senator only tho Engineering and .Alining Journal, been eagerly welcomed by tho farmors, sumption and mako it certain that wo most valnnblo collection of pamphlots and gives figures which provo beyond aud in some States by othor classes as should lose our gold. In four ever gotton together on tho currouoy iu commodities, rent, etc., us. ho dooi promises to find 100 porsous who will agroo to rccoivo Tho Silvor Knight a nil disputo that tho world's produc- well. Did not thu farmer soil his pro- years nt tho latest wc should bo re- question. Tho "Sound Currency Red under thu gold standard. Theso uro facts whioh tho silvorites whole year for nothing. Forty-fivtion of gold during tho pait year was ducts for money, and was it not nat- duced to a solid silver basis, having n Rook, 1803," contains twenty-twof that if par of exchange, indeed, with India the most impoi tant numbers of Sound havo novor attempted to deny. Nor thousand dollars ought to bo planted worth nearly S200,000,000. And this ural that ho should suppo-at tbo time whon tho freo coinage tho stock ot mouoy was increased ho and China, with which we trade little, Currency. Tho volumo is carofully havo thoy ever proposed to doublo tho iu Kontucky. Now York Post, faddists were telling tho pcoplo that would receive moro of it? Could not but having no par of exchango with indexed and prefaced by an oxhaustivo pensions whioh aro paid to tho old Fire nud Nail Test. gold was getting scarcer all tho time, money bo exchanged for wealth, and Europe, with which wo trado much and tablo of contents. It contains all of soldiers, thoir widows nud orphans. wasn't enough of it in was it not therefore ovidout that increasingly." Ho exhorts biniotallists tho United States coiuago and cur- Now, then, can thoy oxpoct tho counand that there Drivo n nail through tho uentor of a tho world to servo ns n standard of doubling tho volumo o,f monoy would to "awi it tho timo to act with effect rency laws now iu forco and tho moro try to adopt a financial uystom which silver dollar and it is only worth ft value. Theso figuring follows and double tho total quantity of wealth? and not forfeit our presont remarkable importnnt of all aver passed ; full sta- would dishonestly rob thu pensioners littlo over fifty cent-'Drivo n nail f of thoir income? through ii gold dollar and it is still their facts ought to bo suppressed nt High authorities United States Sen- commercial succesi aud imperil re- tistics of our curreucywith numerous of ators, Congressmen, otc. believod, or sumption by moasures which can do diagrams; history of our paper curworth 100 cents. Triod by firo, the once. professed to believe, that tho simple no lasting good to tho cause of silvor rency; history of Canadian andScotch gold dollar, when molted, is worth 100 , Time Kroii;1i Then. raniody of adopting a cheaper meas- and may do harm to oursolves." couts. Tried by firo, tho silver dollar, bank currencies; history of bimetalTho (JoYenimenl'.s Business. ure of valuo would abclish poverty Professor WI. G. Sumner, of Yale lism in Franco and in tbo wholo world ; When tho silver miuor nnd bullion whon nioltod, is worth about fifty-flv- o All that government can usotully do nnd make everybody prosporoila. So University, in his "Collected Esays history of stnto bank currouoios in owner shall havo established by legis- cents. Hon. Josiah Patterson. is to certify to the weight nnd fineness for a timo tho farmers accepted tho in Political Soicnco" writos a, chapter various of our Btatos; over 50 cur- lation government grist mills, whioh On tho Sale .Siilc. of tho coinage It has no further con- promiso of free coinago as a moans of in which ho "exposes tho fnllacios of rency cartoons, nnd many othor valu-abl- shall convert overy 50 cents' worth ot troatisos, including feomo of tho farmer's wheat into a dollar of flour, cern with money. Tho main point to doliveranco from all thoir troublos. bimetallism, "and Professor J.Laurencb Author "AVhat do yon think of tba best discussions on "Coin's Financial it will bo timo enough for tho farmer title 'Somo Thoughts on tho Cur- bo borno in mind, in relation to coin- They nro now finding out that thoy Laughlm formerly of Harvard Uniworo tho victims ot u big bunco game, versity, now of Chicago University, in School." In all there nro 500 pages. to advocate laws which shall convert roncy Question? " age, is, that government does not his "History of Bimetallism in tho Tho prico ot this book is, papor, every 50 cents worth of Bilvor bullion valuo nt nil, but aimply certi- nnd in next November thoy will Friond "H'ml Supposo yon cull their opinion of tho men frho United States' oxhibits tho historical 81.00; cloth, $1,25; half morocco, into n dollar of coiu. J. Storling it 'Homo Romarks on tho Ourronoy fies to tho Troight and purity. Amass them 1.75. facta which indisputably yrovo that Walker, ,3oincoof Wealth.'' Morton. Question.' " Puck. 4 (pp.-153-16- cruA BALLOON, 1 standard. ondo-vore- tht to-da- y i 130-137- how-ove- r, l, Feer-Horzo- g io-- iv vrr-i- SE-i-.-S- ?' ar-tic- lo , lialf-hillio- n J. -- nl d cur-roue- y, ro-fue- o SS3-Si- ). 123-12- to-da- y to-da- y "bye-and-by- al fl i I lotion Sn'l f? Vis . 161-10- g , o one-hal- o o o . ono-hal- o ix-pre- ss r.j i". XtL-- i. ,,a . tJEmL Souk of the latest thlna in collars and A nsw, handsome and extensive lino necessary for housekeeping, including a of flamburga and inRerttona at Shanka'. ties now at Shanks'. fine Economic cooking stove, the gift of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Yager. It. would Nkw plow in the field. Ask Illggina A portion of tho spring stock of cloth tako a wholo column to print tho list and 1B9G A McKinney about it. a LfANFORD, Ky., January 31, ing baa been received at Shanks'. You be out of tasto besides. IIaMdctbos, laces and ineertiona In can now get euits thero from $2 to 515. Four of the children of Mr. and Mrs. 8. H. Baugbman have married almost C. Walton, Business Manager great variety at Shanks'. E. Rented. John 8. Owsley, Jr., rented within a year. Five shares of stock in First National the Rodemer place of 104 acres at RowMiss Mary Quay, daughter of the You can have no idea how cheap and Bank of Stanford, wanted. Apply to W. land to A, F. Moberly and A. 0. Dunn Senator, was married how good everything in our Jewelery and Wednesday to L. for $250. ellverwnreBtoct 1b. Cull and be con- P. Walton. Wc are now showing the finest line of Hambiugs and Laces ever R. Davidson, of Beaver, Pa. vinced. I'onny'o Diur and Jewelry J. F. Stull Bnd Miss Sallie Houp, of Just received sereral car loads of good brought to this city. You will want such goods why not come Six Paoes. A great deal of informaStore. boxing which I offer cheap for cash. A. tion on monetary questions and other the Kingsville section, were married and make your selection while stock is complete? C. Sine. PERSflNAl POINTS. matters of interest will be found in the Wednesday at Pleasant Point church. At Frankfort, III., John Wilson, 18, Coal sold for cash or exchanged for all extra pages wo sond with this issue. Mr. J. W. Badoiimah is laid up with a and Mies Ida Harris, just 10, were mar Cambric Edges 3c to 50. Fine Nainsook Match Edgings and Inserkinds of grain and feed. J. II. Baugh- (light attack of phoumonta. A. J, Kytb, who bad both arms blown ried. The parents of the children were tions that we bought 33 percent, of the price. Beautiful line Miss Louanna Bum has returned from man & Co. off in a coal mine in Pennsylvania, wib all present. baby edgings and insertions. Laces from 10c to 35c per yard. a visit to friends in Nashville, Miss Mary Lackey, daughter of J. 0. Your account is due and must bo paid. here this week soliciting aid from our Mr. E. A. Collins, n banker of Milan, I need tho money. Call and settle. W. people to help him start a email business Lackey, of Madison, was married to Wal- New check White Goods in Jaconet, Dimities and India Linens. Tenti., is here on a business trip. to support his family. He lives in New ter W. Wllliomson, a recent graduato of B. McUcberts. M. Logan went up to RichRev. 8. Orleans and makes out well for a man In the Lexington Bible College. mond on his bicycle Wednesday. For tho month of February I will his condition. The engagement of MIsb Sara Hln-kl- Special prices on Cottons and Sheetings for January sewing. , of Danville, is make dressee in the beet and latest Btyles MHBKATuSiiBoi-fliunrdaughter of Col. John Pearson Hin-klthe giust of Mrs. W. H. Murpby. "Tub Interior Journal" is a new for only . Mies Mary D. Smith. of this city, to Mr. Masterson Peybrand of cigars gotten out by that clever Mies Elizaiikth Grain, of Gave City Farmers, I will take your corn and and enterprising firm, W. H. Wearen & ton, of Knoxville, Tenn., has been nrrived yesterday to visit MrB. J. 8. Rice. announced to intimate friends. Louis Dr. Q. A. Thayloh went to Louisville shelled oats in vxchango for plow gear, Co , and this paper bows its acknowl- ville Times. edgement of the compliment. Those who Tuesday to sell 60 hogsheads of tobacco. wagon harness, &c. J. 0. McClary. H.B.Smith, a widower of 44, and Tiik oifice and dining room of the My have tested them say they are as fioe Mies Marcie L. Boone, the pretty daughMr. II. R. Thvbmox, of Columbia, is "Opposite First National Bank, under Odd Fellows' Hall. visiting his nephew, Mr. W. Bailey 111)1 ers House are being papered and painted 5 centers as were ever on tho market and ter of Mr. J. M. Boone, were married at promise to become as popular as their tho bride's home Wednesday. The bride Mrs. J. K. BauokmaN, of the West preparatory to putting in electric lights. uameeake. is a relative of old Daniel Boone, while End, Is the guest of Mra. 8. II, Baugh. Canned goods of all kinds, Dried the groom claims relationship to the galman. Fruits, Buchwheat Flour, Maplo Syrup, MATRIMONJIALMATTERS. lant Confederate general, Kirby Smitb, Mips Nora I'HiLLiraU teaching a Pickles, CLecee, Crackers, Ac., nt War W. E. Neal and Miss Mary Rout, of Last evenat Rice's Academy In Gar ren & Shanks'. ing at 5:45 in the brilliantly lighted and Anderson, have just announced that rard. Since Juixik W. E. Vaunon wis in LexingMr. II. J. McRoiieuts is now a papa. beautifully decorated Christian church, they were married 3 years ago. ton and Georgetown on buMncss this Tho little girl weighs eight pounds and Mr. Walker Burton McKinney and Mies the knot was tied she has been going to week. has been named "Anne D" in honor of Nancy Chenault Baughmau were joined school and Neal has been a general beau, in the holy bonds o( wedlock by a beau- showing his wife no more attention than r. Mrs. N. B. Price, of Garrard, Is spend its said by Rey. J. T. Shar- - he has other belles of the neighborhood tiful Ing a few days with her son, Dr. A. 8 In which both lived. Wanted. Everybody owing mo to rard. Price. come and settle within the month of TIip bridal party entered the church The engagement is announced of Mips Aknib Pickett, of Shelby counMrs William January. After that time my collector to the imiiicof Mendelssohn's Wedding Miss Florence Pullman, daughter of ty, la vlaltlng ber sister, will call on you. Dr. J. G. Carpenter. March rendered by Deckelmaun's full Chicago's palace car king, to Frank 0. Severance. orchestra, seated in the gallery, with Lowden, a poor bat ambitious young Mips Helen Thurmond la visiting Mrs. The Paduoh papers Bay that "Tho Mrs. A. G. HufT.nan presiding at tho lawyer of the Windy City. Miss Pull-ma- n U. D.Simpson Ht tho Mason Hotel in Wild Goose Chase" is out of sight, in organ, which had also been moved thithis considered one of the most beauLancaster. and Mattio melody, mirth, dancing and specialty er. The ushers, J eesrs. J. W. Rout, Jr., tiful young women of the Western meMissrs Lillian Tanner Wright, of McKinney, are visiting friends business. You will have a chauco to Harry Baughmai , Greenberry Bright tropolis. She is a thorough American enjoy it yourself on 'the 16th. and J. 0. Bailey, massed up the outer and prefers to cast her lot with a young in Lexington. We were on hand with it and bought goods at at! Mite. Eva 8. Eastland and Miss EvBriohteh or more pleasant weather aisles and stood the altar as poBts tor man whose only claim to nobility lies in elyn, of Danville, are visiting Mr. and never came In mid winter tha'n that we tha ladies to stani between. The first tho fact that he is an American citizen. Mrs. A. G. Eastland. have enjoyed for several days. Rain wbb couple of attendants, Miss Annie Alcorn The president and party are shooting Mrs. W. E. Ellis, of Memphis, Term., promised for lust night, however, with and R. G. Denny ,'wont up the main aisle ducks at Quantico, Va. and croesing at Ihe altar under the heart, la visiting her mother, Mrs. M. H, Dick- stationary temperature Friday. Forty cents was the sum total of a atood on opposite sides. The others, inson. Glasgow Times. Our line of Spring samples has been MIbh Deira Banghman and P. M. McRob-ert- collection at a fashionoble Richmond Ixm- Mr. and Mna. Wm. J. Yaoer, of church on a recent Sunday morning. received and If you want a tailor made Misa Ella Tinsley and George B. iavllte, came up to attend the Their Loss is your gain. suit call at Shanks. The many suits wo Dunn, and Miss Eifie Burnett and Dr. A. And yet the assessor's list shows several wedding. IIOO.OCO men. Mr. 0. 0. McClcsk, of Paint Lick, have made is the only advertisement we 8. Price, followed and went through the At Vanceburg, Joaie Patton instibrought bis wife down yesterday to be will use for future sales. Try Shanks same maneuvres at tho altar. The minonce. couple and pre tuted paternity proceedings against ister followed the last treated br Dr. Carpanttr. CharleB Yane. Ten years ago when Mif a Mipeaa8ALUM and Lena Bentlby went As I will be away from home for some ceded the contracting parties Arriving Patton was nine years old, Bbe was marup to Livingston Wednesday to visit time, I havo placed my arcounts in the at the altar, the couple atood ried to Thomas Kinder, a boy of 15. The facing tho audience and amid thai father, Mr. A. N. Bentley. bands of Mr. 8. P.Salter for collection. parents of both parties consented. Tbo Mr. J. T, Oabjon, the My books will be found at Louis Wain' soft and sweet strains of music the words child couple failed to agree, however, paid that bound two loving hearts of his sla- meat traveling man, wm the gueat ito'e. Please call and Bettle. M. F. were and separated three weeks after their In closest union. Then the music broke ter, Mrs. 8. P.Stagg. this week. Elkin. the wife being granted a di- Jeans Pants, 39c; Wocl Filling Jeans, 50c; Good Wool Jeans, $i; into fuller volume and tho couples left marriage, Mr. A. II. West and wife, of Garrard, vorce later. Working Shirts, 15c Ribioned. Prof.O. U. Holmes has re- the church in the order that they had spent yeaterday with Mrs. Conner and signed as principal of the public school entered. (.Thebujlding was crowded to Mrs. Bnrnalde at the Myers House. NKW ADVKBTMEK2NT8. Mifs Christine Bhadley and Jf Ira on account of his health, and the trustees overfiowing.lbntthe best of order preat their meeting Wednesday night elect- vailed. Jean Warren, a niece of Mrs. W. 0 The bride and her maids were all atBradley, are vlaltlng Mrs. W. 8. Barues. ed Miss Jennie West principal and Miss Nora Phillip a amletant. tired in pretty Btreet dresses, the gentleLexington Leader. (Water Proof.) men wore the regulation black suits and Mh. and Mrs. Ira G. Taylor, of The members of tho colored Baptist they formed an unusually handsome were here yesterday. Mrs. Taylor church hero have been notified of tho Knee Pants, ioc; Wool Mitts, 10c; and many other things at Equally-Lobetto travel with her husband, since death of Rev. Johnson Moran, which oc- parly. Thejbrido never appeared to has Prices. she ho bad the misfortune a week or two curred at Frankfort, Kansas, last week, ter advantage and ber appearance wrs Keep you j on the Pace Fence. See Hull the subject of many compliments. ago to get the end of his finger cut otTby Ho was pastor here a dozen or more years Dudderar, J. L. Diwiop, J. II Bright, R.Cobb, After the ceremony, the bridal party Ed Carter, 0. Chancellor and others who hive usthe fall of a trunk lid. ago and was instrumental in building G. A. PEYTON, 8tanfrd,Ky. it. were driven to the reeidenco ol Mrs. Bet-ti- e ed95 3m A neat for Lincoln County. Mb. James Givens, whose health is their b'andsoino church. of the groom, McKinney, tho mother was tempted out by tho beautiful poor, S3. OWSLEY, Tiik Louisville Post has a long editori- where a reception was given them and sunshine of Tuesday and called tooeous. where many pleasant hours were spent Is a caDdidne for Ccngress in this, the Eighth His paper wasn't out by a couple ol al calling upon the grand jury of Lincoln District, months, but he paid for It another year county to investigate tho shooting of tho in dfecufcsing matters and things in gen- Tarty. subject to tho action ol the Democratic tho news Wardner children at Milledgeville, as eral and a most delightful supper, which saying he was bound to havo and didn't know when he could come to the explanation of tho tragedy is not in Mrs. McK. knows so well how to prepare accord with child nature. There was and servo. Mr. and Mrs. McKinney will town again. some talk at first about an older person live with her for the present, where they Col.T. P. Hill, of Stanford, has addoing the shooting, but we have heard will bo "at home" to their friends. an invitation to deliver an Those owing th eitate oft. A. Harriiare re The bride, who is tho eldest daughti 7 quested to seitla at once. Thoan hiving claims dress to the atudents In tho law depart nothing of it since. present them properly pror-e- n of Mr. nud Mrs. 8. II. Baughinan, is a airalnst it will please S.T. HARRIS, ment of Centre College at tho opening of Lunatic Mrs. William Robbina was Eior. J. A. Harris. 94 term next Monday. Col. Hill tried hi (ore Judge Davinon and a jury most charming young woman and is posthe second sessed of every trait of character, which is not only one of the finest lawyers in Wednmiiiiy afternoon and declared to be ? IbVmBI M - Wrnsr Kentucky, but a fluent, eloquent speak- of untouud mind. She was ordered to makes her sex the idol of the lords of afr hi KJH m PJj creation. Tall and queenly of figure, M. good may bo MrJak Jl er, and something the asylum at Lexington. Mrs. Robbina handsome of faco and amiable of nature, expected from him on this occasis 61 years old and was all right until she Is indeed n jewel aud will prove ion. Advocate. Remember she was taken with a severe case of grip more precious than rubies to tho fortu-na- to celebrated wo are the exclusive agects for the a year or so Rgo and her mind has been man whoso destiny is nov linked CITY AND ViniNITY. Falls Branch Jellico Coal, growing gradually weaker since. with hers. He has indeed chosen wisely glaw. See Danks' cut Also that it will be to the interest of everybody and proved that ho is a man oi unusual Nut Ccnl. and see our While driving up Depot street Wed- decernment in matrimonial as well as in to call the very lowest.clean Domestic cash at the We pay the Prices New black goods. Severance & aon. therefore are able to sell at the lowest nesday night tho horso belonging to Mr. business matters. a or a number ot wonraWnlDe, 9 ,ce Come anil fee ut a. 8. D. Morritt became scared in front of he has been encaged in the grocery and TAKByourJrepalrs to Danks, the maiccareu asnea, no cinuun. lioou NOEl. Jt SON. Louis Walz' butcher shop, and turning hardware trade and ia at present tho junNkw stylo of neckwear at W. II. suddenly threw the wifo and three chil- ior member of tbo prosperous firm of V dren out. One of the buggy wheels Higgina & McKinney. Of good habits, Shanks'. EXCHANGE FOR SALE passed oyor Mrs. Merrill's arm, but for- good address and sterling integrity, he is Bia lot of bananas cheap, at W. H. tunately only bruised it, while the chila young man to whom any girl could House and Lot in Crab Orchard, Ky. Brady's. dren got ofl with a few slight bruises and safely trust herself. He has woood long Five rooms and kitchn. cellar, flower pit, stable repair; a SusoiCALnupplles at Craig A Hooker's, cuts. and foithfully and having won the priza, and other outbuilding!, all in first class iruu trees well of never rilling water, en ninus 01 blessings over be and small Iruits, Lot contains about one acre. Cash Druggists. Hurt. Mr. Thomas E. Bell, who has may Heaven's richest 9 AtWill sell cheap or exchange for small farm in a good neighborhood. The place is rented for 1896 from $3.50 up at handled the malls at Junction City for a showered on him and his. McIntosu overcoats show The church decorations were under to Mr. HughSeargent, towho willat It. the place to dozen or more years, was hurt a few days For iurther look any one who desires H, J. McRobertV. J. H. STEPHENS, the direction of Mrs. Pamelia Brown, Information address ago by jumping from a freight train at sol N. Limrstone St., Lexington, Ky. Pkarl corset shields at Shanks. They Danville. He had boarded the train nt who wob assisted in the work by a numP S Centrally located. Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. recommendation. were artisneed no Junction City thinking that it would ber of other ladles, and they r andjbeautiful. Evergreens were hung San Francisco. Portland. shateB of Farmers slop at Little Britain, hut it did not and tic For Sale.-Sevaltar and to tho clus..To the., stock. Apply at this he jumped. One of his feet struck a cross gracefully oves tho Bank & Trust Co's. wag euspend-otie and in tho fall tho ligaments of one of ter of olectrlc lights above ofiico. a heart made of bride's roses, with i t hia legs wore severely Sprained. Via The tho letters "M. B " In carnations, unSunday is ground hog day and tho Cutting. At McKmnby, Wednesday, derneath which tho couple stood bb thoy plonty of time to varmint will havo David Christopher end W. R. Gooch got took upon themeelvea the vows to love look around. intou fight, in which tho former was cut and cherish each other till death Bhall Couk and pee tho new percales and twice, onco under the chin and ouco part. The altar was carpeted in white til i it"bv JiVv' Vin linikiw t... .... ,. yard wide goodB at 10c and 12c. across the loft wrist. His clothes were and upon It potted plants and evorgreeuB Only Dining Car Route From Severance &Son also cut in soveral places. Mr. Christowith many wax candles, shod perfume An elegant line of pher was here yesterday und told us that and brilliancy. Back of tho pulpit the Wk have got 'em. Something braud bo accused Gooch of stealing somo lum- doors ol tho baptistry were thrown open, tea and dinner sets. Collar Pads, Bridles, Check Lines, &c, &c Call and see our ber from him, when he jerkod out a disclosing a beautiful array of ill were, & Shenks. new.' Wntren Elegant Pullman Vestibuled good sized pocket knife and cut him es nlants and other ornaments, making a Slecpera of Modem Pattern. Jackonkts, dimltleB, towels, crash, abovoatated.ij.Tho gentlemen have not most attractive background for tho loveFor unps or any information, address linens are among the been on good terms for somo time, napkins and table their ly picture. E. H. BACON THANK J. RCID, D. P. A , G. P. Agent, first trouble coming up qver the prohibilatfBt arrivals at Shanks. Tho popularity of tho couple was They are the Best. Louisville (.nicago. received tion question. Mr.Gooch will be tried Bhown in the number and costliness of Be sura to call for of farm wagons just Car load Moaon Koute. of road beforo Squire Balloy at McKinney to- the bridal presents, which embraced the atFarria A Hardin's. Also a lot St. Paul. day. useful, the ornamental and everything Denver. Call" and ace them. wagons. Semi- HA M BlOpra AN B IL AOES 1- -3 e, e, SEVERANCE & SON. McKiNNEY-BAUaiiMA- N. SUCH BRRGfllNS Were never Heard of Before. J grand-mothe- tf; V M h v Manufacturers Needed the Money, N 1H ' " m s, 50contheDollar $15 Suits for $7.50 I; t McKln-neyBanghm- an m m three-fourt- hs $18 Suit, $10, O'lrsxtco At m -v well-know- n Melntoshes Only $8.50. Dan-vlll- e, J. JR., Notioo to Creditors. ed 20PerCent. DISCOUNT. ru aral?cl)!Ts! H, mrJ at. JCJeALWKLPJKa confi-dentl- y Coal, Coal, Coal, J. L. Frohman & Co., Danville, Ky. f m Jew-elo- Kclntoshes, Slickers, Rubber Coats, Rubber Shoes, -- BIG- LIZLSTIE -- m H. J. McROBERTS. eral d r N(0)1OTMW!:T lit-tl- o s, I XaOUZSTTILXaE Plow Gear, Wagon Har- ness, Collars, JYletalic Sewed Collars HIGGINS & McKINNETF. d I TO CHICilGO. I" V - iMiskVsiHslsWstM mUi J'i 1 iifjrtlttit.isilili'i . o - r I .... " vef ''"'r rvw-ir-. t5 Semi-Week- ly BBMs, HOUSE Non-Edible ...VJ HtfMMiaflBBiiiiMMMMMMiBiB l ... , .. niii'iiliPfP'g,11" SSSSfiilSBflHiHHHHIViHiHtiMHHHiHiHHH "' Hw' yyfflggwgy wjk , iyygpMroyyr j". j InteriorUoorn AT Ilk. I! SLAUGHTER WASTE- - Latent Product or tho Klectrlo Furnace. pabllBhed Every Tuouday aad Frlda rtlllnatlon of tho $a J?Kll YKAIt MrWhtn not so paid IN" iJD tions of Butchorod Animals. Por S2.60 will be charged. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leave Stanford at 7:15 a. ra., cturnlrtg t 4.1,0 p. Many Csefal Articles of Couirurrco 3Indo front tho DMcnrdptl Scraps anil (Joro of tlio SlauRhtcrlng Vrna. L.&N. NO.I4, No.- -, LOCAL TIME CARD. .... . Kr tr, Train going North South HO. Si QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pail Junction City as follows; No. 1 South ... 11 17 m No North ...3.5S p m M .... a oo a m 4 1.4a p m 3 animals could be utilized, meat would bo a luxurj- - and at a high figure, ra tjp m elnco only about d of tha m 3 I3 11 04 p n weight of the animal consists of prod t ISP w ucts that can bo eaten. The utilization of tho waste products of large abat toirs us In Chicago, where no fewer ono-tliir- If only the edible portions of slnuph-tcre- d thnn0,0000flteer8,l,00Ccal-cs,15,000hoff- Noti. Net. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run ber than Junction Cay, nor on Sunday. 9 j " ' .. 11 o m 8 40 p ra " " 6 10 ...3.1 ...6 Min no fur a ra pOYAl HpHiriT "iM 'AWN POWDER Absolutely Puro.l It A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government tood Keport. EOYALBAKINQ POWDER CO., 106 Wall Btrodt, toew fork. BARKER HOUSE, J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, Somerset, - - Kentucky. Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Dav. Remodeled andrefurnlshed throughout. Large and ComtnodlousBample Rooms. Halle and office connected by Electric Bells. 47 Prompt and polite service to guests. M. S. Badgiiman. and 0,000 fthettp have been received In a single day, becomes a matter of considerable importance. The market represents an value of the enormous sum, and tho concentration of Bmall products thnt a butcher would allow to go to waste. In the process of slaughtering the ox is killed by tho "blow of a hammer on tho head. Tho jugular vein aud carotid artery arc cut, permitting the escape of the blood, which Is collected. When cold it coagulates. Tho fluid portion, containing solublo salts, Is liberated. It is employed for sizing paper. The best qualities of blood aro used In reAnlng Bugar. Tho sugar contains many impurities. When dissolved In a, solution of water and pure ox blood and heated, tho albumen of tho blood rises as a scum and carries tho impurities In suspension. Tho sugar is afterword filtered through cotton and then Tho latter is also a product of tho abattoir, being mado from calcined bones. Inferior qualities of blood aro used for ninny purines, as in tJie manufacture of buttons, which aro hnrd to distinguish from hnrd rubber ones. Tho poorest quality of blood mixed is used as a with other fertilizer. The skin is converted into leather. Tho portions of the stomach, intestines, eto., are separated intothc parts that go to tho drying-room- , tho portion thnt enters into the composition of fertilizers, nnd also that which is to bo converted Into oil and then into margarine ondbutterine. Itcsidnc particles of meat nnd fat are collected and sold to manufacturers of axle grease, soap and candles. The bladder is bone-blac- k. When it was first proved thnt by heaving n, mixture of coal or limo or chnrconl and .chalk In nn olectrio fnninco n d resulted which upon boing thrown into wntor evolved ncotylono, tho gns companies woro naturally dated. Thoy looked upon tho now dlscovory ns a cheap mid easily procurable substnuco for mixing with their own product, and tuua luioiuj, no iiiuuiiniiuiig power. According to tho Chicago Record, nccty-lou- o is, however, turning out to bo an oven more extraordinary substnuco than has been suspected. It has so many strings to its bow thnt its oxploitcrs aro presumably abandoning tho problem of enriching gas und aro actively engaged in demonstrating that by means of it tho cheaper manufacturo of inunmeta bio substances which nro used in tho arts, but which up to tho present havo boon tho products of pure chemistry, can bo nchioved. In brief, it is told that, by varying processes, ncetyleuo may be transmuted iuto benzine, aniline, carbollo acid, ncid, nutefibriu, naphthaline, alco hol, prnssic ncid, oxalic acid nnd com-pouu- Bhould allow no falsi) modesty to stand In the way of her daughter's knowleduo of herself, of her poefliblUties, of ber per- ''Let parents not live for their child-rebut with them." Tho mother u, JUST nnTflTTfirirr 0 JiL JI&JHLJIIA. JIUA. & No duns and plenty of I ils. For over 30 years Dr. Tierco has used his "Favorite Prescription" as a strengthened a purifier, a rep.ulator. It works directly upoh tho delicate, dis tinctlv fpminlnn orcrnnB. in a natural, soothing way. It searches out tho weak Do a Cash business with us this year and realize the the truth of the a wumnn lllUB them up. pda above statement. who would nndHratand herROlf Bhould send 21 cents to tho World's Di8purary, Special attention given to Prescriptions. A complete line of DrugBuflnlo, N. Y for Dr Pierce's Medical gist's Sundries always on hand. Advisor, a book of 1.00S panes. Not a lew wbo read what Mr. Robert Rowli, ol to say below, will rememHalandi, Va.,h ber their own etpetience under like creumitanco a me In "Lait winter I hid la ierippo whicMcft remedies, tried nnmerous low state of health any k1. "n,V . w" in. none of which did me Lough ol ducedtotrv a botlt bottle Chamberlain ot It o relieved ne Remedy. The first to my work, and the that 1 was erhbl-- to mtend second bottle e (Trend a cure.'1 For sale at s and jo cents per bottle by Hocker, Manlord Ky. ft: Money In Your Pocket. CRAIG & HOOKER, Cash Druggists, Stanford, Ky. W. S. BTTROH, Bricklayer & Stonecutter Stanford, Kentucky. Attornoy at Low. pic-ri- o aide-hyd- o. When, therefore it Is considered thnt s from ncotylono can bo derived wliolo of dyes, medicines, essences, poisons, explosives not to mon- tion cheap whisky, it will bo seen that tho latest product of tho electric fnrnnco has n utility ont of all proportion groat-o- r than that which can bo derived from Its peculiar light giving powsrs. fjs-toinier-fumes, diugstoie. suited for any eon, but perhaps mors Bonerally needed In thes, fetllnB fprlnc when the UiiRuid, exhausted sluggish a J Guarantees First Class work In every pst'leu when the liver is torpid and Isr. Frices reasonable. Has had ij years' expe is lelt A prompt riencc. the need or a tonic and alterative 91 3m has oltcn averted long ami ue oi this medlilce perhaps fatal bilious fevers. Mo medicine will act more surely in counteisctlnu and freeing the Ytcm from the malinal poison. Headache, constipation, dlf.mss yield to Weenie bitters. Only 30c per botUe at tt H. Mc Roberts Eloctrlo Hitters. is a medicine Stanford, - - Kentucky. Electric Hitters pte-vsil- Omcson I.aneatter Street, oppoiite the Court House Collections icietve especial attention. S3 A. S. PRICK, Surgeon Dentist, 'DR, W. B. PEITlTr, HBPfJpLW., J. W. M.S.&J:W.Baughman, -- pkormTORS- UTERY, FEED & SALE STABILE, I' s A intestines are also prepared for goldbeaters' use, In which alternate layers Stanford, - - Kentucky. of skin and gold leaf n.o beaten to about ono tcnniillianth of a milliThis delicnto membrane If you noed livery give us a call. Nothing out meter. turnouts will leave our stable. See ut formed from the externnl membrane tor rates. In our of the large intestine of tho ox, is of particular value. It is used in surgery BLACKSMITH SHOP. for closing wounds and for nmking work and .atlsfactor plasters. Gluo Wlllguarante is mado from the -. ahoer. MceTry our horcoarser and gelatine from the finer us parings of A. O. Lanhas parte of such J4hn D, Cattleman. skins, the cars, a portion of tho tail, the feet, tho muzzle, the bones of the skull und jaws, and the interior of the horns. The hair from the interior of the ears Is very fine nnd used in making clieap "camel's" lioir brushes. The feet, freed from the- horn, serve for the manufacture of an oil used to dress leather. OP WVEUPOOt. The horns can bo heated, welded, nplit. colored, imitate 2BAKBEE &OASTLEMAJS many molded, etc., nnd The hair objects. MANAGERS, removed in making glue is burned in a closed vessel, and serves for the manuCommerce Building, Louisville, facture of ammonia, used extensively In refrigerating machines. Even the Aieuts throughout the South undigested food in the stomach, hay W. A. TEIBBLB, Local Agent, and Indian corn, is compressed nnd dried, and forms a food known ns STANFORD, KY. "Texas nut." The young calves furnish tho rennet used in cheese, etc. The IF VOU AREGOING..A. bile (ox gall) is used for cleaning and R painting nnd binding. Large quanti..THE.. ties of excellent fertilizing material nre produced from miscellaneous offal. arc obtained The samo from the hog as from the ox, with pepsin and bristles in addition. Scientific first-cla- ss first-clas- cleaned, inflated, tied, dried, and sold to manufacturers of mastic, BnulT, etc As tho bladder is impermeable no evaporation occurs, hence, its ubc also Baughman. by tho perfumer and druggist for covering corks of bottles. The guts, which arc treated in a simi lar manner, are glued together end to end and used In breweries for lining pipes, so ns to prevent the beer from coming in contact with the metal. The From a letter written by Rev. J. Gundermao, of Dimoadale, Mich., we are permitted to make .... .Proprietor! of......... this extract "I have nn hesitation in recommending Dr. King'e New Discovery, as the results wife. In the case of DANVILLH, KY., up straight and rather high in front, were almost marvelous the Hsptlt churchmy Klves at While I was pastor of STANFORD, KY. with a few small cnrls or rings on tho junction sne was Drougni huwh nmi I'mumuu.. Builder and Dealer in All Kinds luccetding la grippe, lernbleparosltmscfcpugh. Having bought of P W. Oreea his Llvrrr busforohond in tho comer and waved, of of Carriages. tor hours with little intermission insr iness and added new buggies and horses, wtut course. At tho hack tho napo is well de- and would last as il she cuUI not survive them. A prepared to furnish ' it seemed Specialty. dine and recommended Ir. King"s New Discovery, Rrpal'ing a astisfactwn. Work work done warrant fined, tho chignon placed rather high filend All when satisfactory In ed to glv It whs quick In ttswork and high y 11. FIRST-CLAS- S All accounts due when work iide. and twistod with an artistic easo, bnt at results'' Trial bottles free at W. McRoberts firomiicd Your patronage solicited. 00 Regular slie 30c and $1. present no ornaments or jowols, just an Druj; Store. On short notice. The traveling public wilt flud us always ready and willing to furnish Drumaigret or n how of ribbon. . SPRINO AND SUMMER. Many merchants arc awaie that their customers Wagons, either single or double, or Carri In mers ate their belt Iriends and tale, pleasure ages of ail kinds at very LOW PRICKS. The Klantlc I'ntty. supplying them with ths bst khU obtainable. Something to Beautify ,tho Ladies. boys in and around town will also find us the peoA now foreign invention iias for its As an inttance we mention Pciry A Cameron, ple lodc! with. Stop with us when In town st piomlnent druggists of Flinhlng, Michigan. They Hats, (lowers and entertainments Dally object the manufacture of n putty which say "We have no hesitation in tecomraenllng We give openining New the trade that and laccsl couits will be well cared for.and your horse and ve they wit. hide assurance to the will indefinitely preserve its elasticity. Chamberlain's Congh Remedv to our customers, find in our establishment the samt escluttvcneis O. B. COOPKR best cough medicine we have ever n style of patterns, hats and bonnets and all the Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky kf Its principal ingredients nro vicuun as It is thealways gives satisfaction." sold, and which we are leading novelties in Milliuery for For sale by Craig A Mocker, Stanford, Ky. whito stirred into heated linseed oil, n known throughout the country. OUR" HUSTLING INSt RANCH MAN, I have secuied a ttimmer for the seasmall proportion of zinc whito to roflno son. Thanking you tor past favors, we respect For a pain la thechest a piece of flannel damptho muss aud silicate of coda to prevent ened with Chamberlain's Pain Halm aud bound on fully solicit your patronage heretofore so literally , M. I). DUDDKKAK- hardening. The manufactured nrticlo is oer the ol the pain an another en the back bestowed. KATk. DUDDKRAR, Manager. bet een the shoulders, will atfard prempt relief. brought to tho requUito consistency by Whe represents the Old Reliable MUhirsn MutuThu is t specially valuable in eases a where the pain tendency toal Life Insurance Co., of Detroit. Mich., can putting it )U a slow tiro with caro to Is caused by a cold and there is write you all the most favorable plsns ot Insur pneumonia. ward it at tho right moment. 1 ance. He a. so represents the old reliable Centra! For sale by Craig A Hoeker, Stanford, Ky. Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville. Ky., aad will be glad to have a libcial share of your patronage. Salvo. goods of the latest styles just received. Will be irady to conler all the favors that can be New lluclclln'a Arnica It is reported that Chris Jones was woild for cuts, bru'sess Call In and ce the largest and best assorted line given by any warehouse Liberal cash advance The best salve in the murdered and his body burned in his sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever aores tetter, chap ever brought to Stanford. I'rlen as lew as the aenta made on consignments, both in the wareana an sun erupuons. house and country I will be at Stanford every county. ped hands, chilblains, corns no pay repuired. It is lowest. line Linens and Embroidery Material. homo at Horee Lick, Jackson Klegant court day. Patties wanting hogsheads, prises or XI positively cures piles, or money should address me at l'alnt Lick, Ky. Zion Cornelius have been perlect satisfaction or money flKAZLKY, Jack and MISS LICCll. luaranteed to give Prompt attention guaranteed. ( 9 4m Stanford, Ky refunded. Trice $ cents per box. For sale by charged with the crime. W. It. McReberts, druggist. DON'T FOROETTIIAT hair-dressing, llantlrnux Golns; Out. Tho latest report of Parisian as it is to be scon nt toircos of elegant society, is that the hair is drawn knocked at the door and when his father came out ho threw him down and rilled his pockets. MnrvolouB Results. Frank Anderson, of Chlllicotho, O., is wanted for robbing his father. Ho Stanford, Ky, Office over McRoberts Drug Store In the Owsley lluilduig. Dentist, : Stanford, Ky.. x Office on Main Street, Opposite the Post-Offi- J. W. COOK, In charge paint shop. J W. McGt.NNIS. In charge trimming shop. THOMAS Y. SHAW, G. B. COOPER, Livery nncl.Fccd Stable, TURNOUTS first-cla- ss st m. w. Jomrso-Nr- TO THE LADIES ed I THE RILEY F. D. n.IL.KV, Popular Magazines! HOUSE THE FAVORITE MILLS, Proprietor, - Ff?2'in4V', i . -- FOR THE HOME. -- .. C .l.r- -S7 London. - - Kentucky. s -- muMiox I have moved to my sew Hotel sod sa belts, prepared than ever to accommodate tha public vood Livery attached, and every convenience desired. Give me a call. rRANK R1I.KY, - ROYAL W '. HJ Splendid Farm For Sale if i 525 AT McKINNBY, KY., Have Just been overhauled and repaired froes bot torn to top by the famous Richmond City Mil Works, of Richmond, Ind, and with capacity now Increased, ate doing more and better work than ever befure, and with the old tellable D. V. Kennedy as head miller, you are sura of good Flour and fair ttcatrernt, Ue suie and bring us your grinding and when buying call for our old and well established brands. Favorite latent, La dies' Favorite and Rakers' Choice. HATES A SON, Successor to K. L. Tannerft Favorite Milling Co. S i y -- Or Exchange. Con On pik) two miles East ol Huttonville, tains Farmers BanMTrnst Co OF STANFORD, KY., (a now fully.org snire J and ready far business wit Insurance Company - well-know- n pOPULAR FRANK LESLIE'S 140 Acres or Fine Land, MONTHLY : n-- Contntm cich Mnnt'i Criminal Wuter Color Frontlsplec-- ; I.M Uua.1.1 1'iget ot Heading Mlri-cla- s 4 IllustraMatter; I0J Ne-tions j Mo.c Litesu y 'l-- ti r and I (intra-tlon- a In America cry ier thon Z3c:s.- - f Jo tear. s s 3I h fr ! era Frank Leslie's huTlltleht. i:iutrn'J! d 1 it people Pteant Hours t..r. Juv.r.'lo Monthly. v 'tops for young : $l a year. 1O1 1 FOR BOYO AMD CIRLS. Fully A i 1 HORTH WEST, la f - Ira SXT) iL t'til CUBJC-iiTTIOK- S TO W. P. WALTON Stanford, Ky., WHO MAKES x American. FOR THE HOUSEWIFE. Hints Gathered 11 ore, There and Kvery- where. for you, at its Is the line Common seashore sand will greatly improve the appearnnco of old velvet Malcejdose coanectioni at ami remove all tho dtusU Sprinkle tho LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI velvet well with tho fine sand and then brush until none remains, always For all points. brushing the pile the wrong way. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH Funeral flowers arc no longer nil For anr information enquire of vthite, nnd set pieces ore not desired. RICE. Agent, JOES. Stanford, Ky Boxes of loose flowers are most often sent by friends, although small wreaUis aro still used, but have become so full that they are more like a round mat of flowers. At a recent funeral each memOnly Duect Lite Between ber of n largo family luid a wreath of violete on the mother's coffin. Shorten. and quickest between Nice Fraukfort, Georgotown and Paris, Ironed. hnndkerchiefs should not bo When rinsed, pass them Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthlana, through n wringer, after they hnve been Falmouth and Oovinston. folded in a fine towel. Spread on a sV for tlckeu via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. 5heet of glass (a clean marble-toppeTime Table Nov. j, 1895. table, If that abomination is left in the No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. EAST. TWAINS household, answers), and smooth till a. m. p, m. p. m. every wrinkle is out. The linen or 00 5 Ut Frankfort A ... 6 35 3 t 30 7 Klkborn muslin will cling to the marble or 148 4 47 Stamping uround 7 17 glass and dry with that finish that is S ueorKetownB. 7 ss SOS 7 5'' on the fine, unstarched kerchiefs just 5') 34 SO Ait. C.S Depot to J 4 C...... 8 30 ' Paris from the shops. 8. 10. 4. Sofa pillows aro covered with plain TRAINS WEST. No. a. No.rn. No.rn. No. m. p. a.m. p. t , silks in delicate colors and havo a three-inc- h 6 00 4 40 C Paris 9 OS 6 37 double frill around the edge. A C. a Depot ......10 07 6 40 3 33 " Georgetown I! 1010 66 square of renaissance laco is then laid 7 J ' Starap'g Gro'd to aS 01 er tho pillow and Is largo enough 7 '5 . JO 46 Elkhorn 8 13 7 3" to partly cover ther frill. la place of Air Frankfort A... n 00 the plain silk two shndes of plain satin SUNDAY TRAINS. ribbons may be used, weaving them in 10 a. m; arrive Frankfort Leave Georgetown to end out, basket fashion, and allowing mrrlv0 Georgttown "j?atemFrankfort 4 3 the ribbons to extend three inches over S '7P coonec way tho pillow and fringe the ends for a The Kentucky Midland Ra. finish. Chicago Inter Ocean. . and Wes points South, East, North apply to teel- - agents, lafermation For The fruit of the nutmeg tree is BKRCAW.Gen.Tajs. Agent.. GKO. B. HARPER, Rec'r & Gea.Sup about tho size of a peach, to which it Frankfort Ky boars a strong resemblance. LouiaviLLC f . ASS HERD OK i NaaHvmc R. R. Undoubtedly the BestGlub Offers &TSendiaIYnn1:T9tf,ritVt"9rinufty.Tv j or frw jfiumiicf iTfimm THE Double Daily Trains D. S. BLUK-r- Kit . SUCCESSOR tolHK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OF STAMFORD, Now closing up) with the same, asssta and uader toe same management. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are as fully protected as ate depositors in Natloaal Banks, Its shsrcholders being held individually baole to the estcnt of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to Us : amount invested in such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. STANFORD, KY. To thnse who entrusted their buisinets to us while mnaging the Lincoln National Bank ol WILLIAM S11KUION, President. Stanfotd, we we hete tender our many thanks ao trust they will coutinue to transact their busmexc MRS. NANNIE S. rJAUFLEY, Lady Principal. with us, olfering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience U Miss Emma L. Martin, I'esidlng Teacher in the banking and as liberal accommodations as are Study Hall; with sound banking. . Mils Mary Cowen, Principtt ol the Music De tllKaCTOHS: parluirut; J J. Williams, ML Vernon; Miss Mary I'. Harris. Principal of the Depart. H. Shanks, ttioloid; ments of Art and Elocution. J. S. Owsley, Stanlord; S J. Embry, Stanford; Next Session will Begin WednesJ, B. Owsley, Stanford; day, 22. J. F Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford; Fcr terms, &.c, send for Circular or call at the A. W. Carpenter, MiUcdgevitL, College. W, II. Curautns, Preacher! I lie S. H, Shsnks, Pretldeat, Dr.IJ.'B. OwsJey.JCaihisr, W M, Bright, Tsller. OF Hl'STONVILLE, Well Improved and in an excellent neighborhood Land lies well. Will exchange for a smaller or a cheaper place in this or any good county in the Mate or would take a clean stock of groceries and hatdwate in part payment In some lire town, or will sell for part cash, balance In flte years' time or longer if desired. For further particulsrs call on or address, K. D. K EN.V KUY. Huttonville, Ky. X (j tm Paid up Capital of Surplus, . $200,000. 20,000. STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE. cos-inte- nt January CARPENTER, Duroc Jersey Red Swine SSy. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort WS Stock. R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Grab Orchard, - - Kentucky. . Pigs for tale from the best types of Registered Breeders .ccurtd from ta heat herds In several different States. Cnrresnondence Solicited THE d 7, 4 1 Queen &Crescent ROUTE reaches the priucipal cities of Uie South with a service of superbly appointed through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Ilarriman, Chattanooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, nnd Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville, Hot Springs ard Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mtnroe and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and iflsW W ' sstVeL San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexicotand California, via New Orleans or via Shreveport. VfZr & Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati with every accommodation to patrons. Free Farlor Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observation Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and jpiMsjEisWig! 3d3 Cbattauoozx W. C. Rlnoarson, Chai.W.Zell, Dtv, PaWr Agt., Cincinnati- - 0 0. 1 A.. I'inclniwtt, 0. 121. 4 ik b 4- - P- - sSWli ,U"-"C'-D Will carry a full line of genuine Oliver Chilled Plows, Silver Steel Plows and repairs for the (ale and other leading farming Implements. The Walter A. Wood Mower and Reaper Machines, Cultivators of the best quality, best Iluggiet for OF STANFORD, KY. the money, Phaetons, buireys and Carriages of the richest qualities and fanciest and latest styles. The best grade of light buggy hsruess and the cheaper grades. Collars, hames, bridles for farm purposes, breeching and s'rap work of all kind Furniture of all descriptions. Trunks, bags, traveling telescopes, horse blankets, buggy rugs, stove and stove fixtures. Ac, all ol wbich he incites Attention of the public u invited to the far your attention and Inspection and promise to deal that this is the only National Rank Stanford justly and act honorably with you In all transac- Under the provisions or the National in Bank tions. Thanking my many cu lomcrs for their are secured not only by the casltal patronage In the past year, i solicit a liberal con stock, but bv the stockholders liability for aa amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol tinuance, and wish them all a happy new year, 80 tf D. S. CARPKNTER. this institution are secured by a fund of lico.ooo. Huslonvllle, Ky. rive sworn statements of the Condition of the bank are made each yearto the United States government and its assets are examined at stated times : : by government agents, thus securing addititoaa and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally establiahsd as the Deposit Bank or Stanford in iBjJ, then ited as the National Bank of Stanford in iSoj and as the KENTUCKY. again in iS8j, has had First National Bank oi Stanford practically an uninterrupted existence.of years. It is better supplied Off era his services o tno people ol West Linnow with facilities for transacting businets prompt coln and Casey Counties, tull stock of Coffin 1 ly and liberally than ever before in its long and Caskets always on hand. honorable career. Accounts of corporaUonsTfidn-ciane- and s, Carpenter, Manager. D, 95 firms aad individuals respectfully solle-te....., CALL ON......... The Directory of this Bank is composed el Foreitua Koid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; -J, II. Collier, Lincoln; J, W. Hayden, Stanford; STANFORD, KY., S. H. Baughman.1, Lincoln; for Cents. Pocket Key Checks by Mall J. S. Hoeker, Stanford ; Key Checks, Metal Cnecksof ForllaggaKe and . W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; lladges, Dog License Checks, Key all kltus, M. D. Elmore, Stanford; Rings, Chains, Ac. Stamping on Metal and genM. D. Elmote's store, eral repairing. Shop Over T. P. III1L Stanford; Ky. Stanford, K. L. Tanner, McKInney; M-J Ml"", Mt.Vrtn,Kr I will taka all the bides I can gel TTTTNT-i- n J. 8. Hoeker, President; HIIJiLO. forcashorln ratradetor icatneroi home in Otten Joo. J. McRoberts, Cashier; court days at Stanford or at helm. Char KatuUn, Tanner. A A.McKlnoey, Asst. Cashier FIRST NATIONAL BANK Capital Stock 8100,000 Surplus '"'""L 23?00 J. T. SUTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, fcS. d. F. G. BEADY, S: fafc3&a