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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896030601 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. Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXV. OF A Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MARCH 6 1896. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. MT. XENIA. FREE TURNPIKES. How They Shall Be Acquired NO. 2 1 - LOOM NATURE. 'I Klil. Geo. Gowen'a subject for Sun- likely Unit Mirfillesboro will day will bo " Witnessing (or Jesus." votu on local optioti, May 12. Communion services will bo Tho collections in thin internnl rov Binounteil to edattho 1'resbyteri.in church Sunday onuo diBtrlot Ust montli morning. iSl),877.08. in Tho Mi to Society of tho Presbyterian Mlta Nannie llHrcourt, n the public eehool at Ktchmonil, tlietl church will meet Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Rout. Kinnaird. Tuesday nltflit. Caleb Lewis, of this county, and Tiiero ro 17 csuilltUteB nnuotiiici'il, Nellie Skinner, of Bureu, obtained for county otllctsrn In Jemmmiiif notwith-BtRUilitiK tiiofauttliooluctioti Ih'JO montliH licence) to mnrrv this week. MIhwh Nannie and Muttie McCirley oil. John Boston, formerly of Indians, entertained at their country home Moo-drevening in honor of their visitor, is In Jail at HarrodsburK lor blowing oir Whitecotten's door Miss Bradnhaw. of Widow tho locks The Christian Ktidenvor Society will with dynamltt'. 0. 0. Ohftdwoll, colored, bus betn meetSumUy Hi IS o'clk. at the Prtshvto appointed postmaster at Ohmlwell in rian cliurcli nnd it is to be conducted by Madison. Ho la tho only coloruil postmas- MirH Kitty Mason. ter in Kentucky, Ten or 112,000 pouuda of hemp have lienor Craft, an admirer of Uev. parsed through our city daily for tne last purchased by GeorKO 0. Hsruca and for yenra a week, havipg-beeof this paper, died nt Macombe enterprltiiug grain merchaut, Mr. Oity, Ln., of paralysis. II. A.B. Marksbury. eon of Alex 3pratt, Mies Harriet Glaspcock, Delsartenn Tho who died o( whoopluK couch nt Somnr-o- artist and reader, assisted by a number n of well waH buried in the graveyard at known society girls of Lancaster, tho first of the week. will present n Grecian entertainment Three of Lebanon's uuvrt attractive March Li The papers speak 'n glowing youujj ladien, Miests Klla Wilson, Klla terms of Misj GUsioock's abilities. Hajra and Jeauio Breeding, have gone to The wife of Hnrve Kobinson, of colwork aa typesetters on the Lebanon En- or, living near White 0.k, mot a sad terprise. death Wednesday. In somo way her Mrs. Alexander Taylor, living U clothes caught lire and before any one inilra east of Iomlon, while standing in could get to her nsaitanco she was a front of an opan wood lire caught and mass of tl imta. Death resulted Boon nf waa no fearfully roasted that death en ter. -- i no m.my iriunua nun mmuvraui sued in a few huure. Miss Bottle Anderson will be pained to Tub court of appeal reversed tho iltmsgocasuof II. J. Breckinridge, Jr, learn that she is reported alarmingly ill Mr. Breckin- nt the home of her parents, Mr. nnd vs. tho L. A N. for i"Ol). ridge was put oil a train en route (torn Mrs. John Anderson. She bus been ill of rheumatism for over a month, and has New Orleans to Danville. from grown worse till hut little hope is enterIslinm G. Scott, an old man Adair county, was convicted in tho fed- tained for her recovery. -- A woman giving hor name as Mrs. eral court at Louisville on three chaigs Mary Peterson, ban been tramping thro Ho was of forging pension papers. charged with having forged 72 pipers the county and ban flopped at a number but 01) of the cases against him were bar of houses, exhibiting various small articles' for sale. She is reported as a hand red by tho itatue of limitation. Sehafer some, well dressed woman. The hut A man calling himself Jo'-and believed to be a slick confidence neeu of her she had started on a rapid msn, was arreatod at Corbin on the tramp down the Lexington pike, precharge of attempting to toll green goods. sumably on her way to Lexington. She lie wus held iu $1,000 bond by the com- is thought to be demented. A man owed the Building A Loan missioner and Marshal Stringer, who arAssociation here for a debt ofiSOO. Ho rested him, took him to Covington. had previously borrowed from another K. F. Moore mid wife, two grown association the sum of $1,500 Out of sons, and a married daughter and her tliis he paid the f 800. From the remain husband, claiming to have walked all ing $700 he paid to a certain man a debt Bliel-te- r tho way from Whitley, were given of J600. Out of this t500 another debt by tho Louisville authorities Tuesday ol $300 wsH soon liquidated. Then the night. They were en route to Tennessee remaining f.'03 was taken to the original aa they said Hints were to hard in the Building and Loan to which the last mountains. named party owed it. Iu commercial lillarrodsburg has raised ita liquor centres this incident shows how many cense from I.'jOO to fl.OOO, beginning next debts i could pay if put into con hi December. There are eight Baloona in ued circulation, tho town. An ordinance was also pafs Mrs V. C. Wilmnro and Misa Mnry ed making it a lino of f 20 for any person Welch, of Nicholasville, are guests of to bo proven guilty of eating a meal, a Mrs. John K. Stormea. Mr. Sam Joseph, pleco of bread or moat or picking his of Cincinnati, wss with Mr. Jake Joseph teeth iu nuy restaurant connected with a and family. Mits Allie B. Denton, of Raloon on Sunday. Upper Garrard, is visiting Mrs. Victor Tho United Slates court of appeals Miss Klixi Lusk is visiting Mrs. at Cincinnati hr.s revereed Judgo Barr's Lear. George White, of Madison. Mim Mary decision iu the Mercer county bond case, Wednesday to visit Mrs. Hubholding that the bonds are not valid be- Miller left ert K. Hughes. Klder Jesse Walden is cause they were to pay for a railroad soon to visit his daughter, Mrs. II. M. which was to "to pnss through the counCampbell, at San FranclBco. Miss littty." The roa J was built to within two MarrH, of Danville, and brother, inilen of the border lino anil did not paca le Howard, of Thomasville, Ga,, attended through the county as promised. the funeral and burial of Mrs. T. W. Mr. UlleJ. Howard, a brother of Olds last Monday. Miss Haunah Tracy, Mies Gertrude Howard, came near being cf Danville, bus arrived to be assistant Bsphyxlcated in Covington a few nights trimmer in the millinery department of ago. On entering his room he turned on Hemphill A Co. Mrs. W. It. Mam, of two gas jots anil forgot to light ouo of Knoxvllle, has been called home by the them. Retiring immediately afterwards, extreme illness of her sister, Miss Betlie he was soon asleep and when his room- Anderson. C.J. Doty has been on tho mate came ho was in a stupor, so deep it eick list. It. A. Burnside wsa iu Louiswas with dilllculty that ho was revived ville last week on business. o Mr. Howard graduated at the Centre After it long life of suffering and pain Law School and is tience the spirit of Mrs. T. W. Olds took Danville as well bs hero. its flight on Sunday night nt 1 o'clock, to It in ob-ier- v ' tchr ' ' I eiih-acrlb- er Lan-easte- r'a two-yor-ol- d t, Go-he- I Tho Maccabeo lodge here, wilh Mr. F. K. Tribble, commander, and Mr. Geo. I). Hopper, bs recjnl.an.wicu keeper, Is prospering and new members aro being taken in right along. Mr. George D. Hopper saya that fro quently ho ploH up genulno diamonds in the Held near the pike and closs to his residence-- und his statements Bre gener-Mie- s ally so truthful tint liu neighbors ure afraid to doubt his assertions. -- Tiie school-houshere was broken into the other night by some wortlileea eons of.ginis, who destroyed everything they could lay hands oo. If tho trustees, who will put forth every effort, find out tho perputriitors they will make them believe they are iu hadea or eome other warm clime before they get through with the mutter. A patron of the hero said to me the other dny, "I send two boys to e'ehool to MihH Ueorwia Lewis at Ml. and J find that tho children of the neighborhood nre devoted to her. The other nvtining I asked my boys which they loved the best, their teacher or their mother. 'Our teacher, of course,' they replied, and I had no more to my." At the next democratic primary of Lincoln e will present a winner for assessor, it matters not by whom and how many hois opposed. He is a mail in whom every man, woman nnd child in the county has cnuilduuc j a democrat tried and true. Wtieu Mr. Linn Daw son's name appears Hi the candid ilo re (erml l0 wait and see if every dem ocri(tic yu,er , tll conn,y hu,t for ,jm Aunt Mary D.twsou seems to he getting along very well. Her friends every where hope that when the roses come again she will he able to entire the fish from their hiding nUceH in the Hanimn; Fork with her hook and line, which for so tunny years she has bo skillfully and successfully accomplished, and that with her characteristic kindness she will be able to knit hundreds of pairs of socks (or her friends, as haa been her annual custom Mince I was child, which has been soniH time. 1 heard a lady who Knows whereof ahu speaks Riy that Mrs. Dr. Clifton Fow ler Is one of the closest Bible students ahe ever saw. ' You can't nsk her any Biblical qutiou," my informant stated, "but what the correct answer is forthcoming." I am sttiMled my informant was eminently correct, in all she said. I wish to Hy, iu addition to the foregoing, that if it is nti sssured fact that Mrs. Fowler made those artistic butter designs recently displayed at Warren A Shanks iu Stanford with no other instrument than a peddle, which ahe handles so skillfully, I'm mighty glad I wasn't reared under her jurisdiction. , e and Main- Xe-nl- a, j,t . j taincd. The free turnpike bill, which had already pissed the House, was adopted by the Senate by a vote ol 21 to 2, and as it Is certain to become a law and ia of ereat importance to most sections of the State, and especially to thin, wo give its provisions below, condensed bo that our readers will not have to wade through several columns to tret the full purport: Sec. 1 Oa petition of 15 per cent, of the voters, the county jui)e shall order an election upon the proposition to have froe turnpikes, to be held At the next regular election, that (lots not occur with GO days ot entering the order. 2. Fhe aheriiris to ive notice of the election in n newspaper published in the county at least 30 days prior to the election and put up printed notices of it in a, least four public places in each precinct. 3. Tha reuular officers of the election are to take the voto and certify it to the county judge. I Tho order for the election ahe.ll not be made until petitioners put up a amount to piy for printing, advertising and other expenses. o. If a majority vote for free turnpikes, the fiscal court may acquire by gift, lease or contract any road or part thereol and may levy a tax of not 25 per cent, on the $100 any year to piy for and maintain them. 0. Tho maintenance, repair and man sgoment shall be sa directed and permit ted by tho general road law and the pikes so acquired shall bn free to the public, the toll houses and lota being sold or rented to aid the maintenance. 7 The directors of any road are em powered thro' their president to convey the road when the stockholders representing a majority of all the stock shall so direct. The governor or his proxy shall be authorizsd to vote tho State's B'.ock and an agent shall be appointed by the county judge to vote thai of the suili-cient n - v Your Boys fixed for Spring ? We have just received the best made and good fabrics that can be selected in Eastern markets. Waists, Shirts, Knee Pants, Double Seat and Knee Combination Suits. J. L. FROHMAN & CO., Danville, Ky CRAIC & HOOKER, Cash Druggists. We guarantee our READY : MIXED : PAINT To be full weight and measure. We give lowest prices on Paints, Oils and Painter's Supplies. Get Our Prices Before Buying. You'll find that we will save you money. county. H When the entire turnpike od linfl within the county ehall be as above and tho purcliHS- the tranefpr charter shall JAMES 0 terminate and the company relieved of responsibility, bnt when it runs into Is offering great bargains in all kinds of goods. His Spring Stock is more than one county, such transfer now complete and right up to date in style, quality and prices. They shall not affect the remainder of the road are all bought from first hands and as cheap as cash can buy them. Clothing in the various styles and quality for Men, Boys and Chilnot sold. 9. The fhcal court will have the au- dren, Woolen Dress Goods, Silks, Satins and Velvets, White Goods thority after the people have voted to do and a complete and elegant line of Embroideries and Laces, in fact In Gents' 83, to issue 0 per cent, bonds, within every thing in Dry Goods to be found in a first class store. constitutional limitation, to run not Furnishing Goods a more elegant and cheaper line can not be found. longer than 30 years for the purpose of SHOES. You must see them to appreciate them. Leather haa purchasing and maintaining pikes bo ac- declined and Shoes are much cheaper. I will save you 50c to Si a pr. quired. CARPETS. I bought my Carpets before the advance and will sell 10. If bonds are issued to purchase or construct roads, the court shall levy a tax of 25 cents on the $100 to pay first the interest on the bonds, 2d to keep up the roads and 3d the balance to go to a sinking fund for the redemption oi the bonds. 11. Counties which have already voted on the question can accept the conditions of the act, if the vote was for free pikes, without a resubmission of the question. 12. If the court can not enter into contract for the purchase of a road, the judue shall appoint three impartial housekeepess, one of whom may he recommended bv the company, to value of the road. 13. The commission may require the company to produce its books or other evidence of receipts and expenditures and shall hear other evidence of the value of the road sought to be taken and award the owners thereof the actual value, making full return in writing to the e'erk of the county court. 14. That oflicer shall thereupon Ibsuo process against the owners to show cause why the report should not be confirmed aud shall make such orders aa to nonresidents and persona under disability aa ia required by the civil code of practice. 15. After due notice, it shall be the duty of tho county court to examine said report and if it be in conformity with the law, to tho extent that no exceptions have been filed theretoby either party, ahall confirm it against the owners not excepting. The fiscal court may abandon at any time, but it must pay the costa of the proceedings The trial upon exemptions shall be the same as allowed by law for condemnation for railroad purchases. IU. This act shall not repeal anv local or special actor in any way affect the validity of tho acta of those counties which have yoted for free turnpikes and are now proceeding to purchase them. HL'STONYIIJLE, KY. FBYB. 41 The State mine inspector haa made h report of the coal output in 10 ISOo, Mines 3,207,-770. were operated in 23 counties and a tons obtained, an increase of over Hop788,-13- them very cheap. Green Coffee 20c, Arbuckles 20c, Sugar get my GROCERIES. before you buy, Rice 5c lb., 3 cans best Tomatoes or Corn 25c. price , can of Preserved Peaches for 10c. A S. D. Yowell, Salesman. , 3-l- b quarter of million tons over ISOi. kins county heads the list with tons to her credii; Whitley comes next with loo.SOL'; while Laurel mined 233,038 tons; Pulaski S1.1SS; Bell 70,373; Knox 1,774 So, 734 and The aver-rnumber of people employed was 7, S(5 and the value of tho output is stated 1 W. B. McROBERTS, Will sell you at the lowest Cash price. Give us a call. o at 1243,455,40. Hausou Penu Diltz, the nuthor and newspaper correspondent, celebrated hia ninth birthday Saturday. He whs born Feb. 20, lSGO.and as February Ima 2!) daya only once iu four years, he hns not been called upon often to receive birthday prtseuts. As 1000 is not n leap year he will not celebrate aga.n till 11)01. HopkinsviHe Kentuekinn Drugs, Books, Stationery, Seasonable goods in the Paint Line. Mixed Paints, Varnishes, Wall Paper and Brushes. Prescriptions accurately filled from only the Purest Drugs. W. B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. te It MnyDo aa Much for You Mr Kred .Mi ler ol Irvine, III, writes that he tin J a Severe Kidney trouble for many yean, with severe paint in his back and alio that his bladder was aliectctl. He tried many si called Kidnc.t cures but without any good re&ult. About a year iio he bean use ol Electric Bitters and round relief at once Electric Hitters is especially adapted to curuol nil Kidney and Liver troubles and often Rivet almost instant relief. One trial will prove, our statement. Price only 50c, lor argo battles At A. K l'enny's Drug Store. The full intensity of llvinj is reached onir by Ihc perfectly healthy. Sickness discounts the ci pact'y lor eiijoyiacut. If his tody is all out of or der and run down ne will not be able to eojoy any thins, nc matter how full of enjoyment it may bo for other people. II he is just a little out of order. II he "it uit sick, but doesn't feel just right," he will only be able to enjoy things in a lull herted tort oi way. The nearer he is to being perfectly well, tho nearer will his capacity for enjoyment be perfect. If thu condition iloesu't exist, something vught to be done. That means 9 cases in 10 the us of I)r, Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It worki directly on the digestive organs and on the blood, and through these on every tissue of the body. It makes ine appetite good, digestion and nutrition perfect and supplies rich, red blood to all the ttuuuf, tmuuing up sonu, neauntul liesn. stamps to the World's Send ai cents Id Dispensary Association, Uuffalo, N. Y., and ree "Common Sense ceive Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser," profusely illustrated. one-ce- nt ioo3-pag- H. C. RUPLEV, Col-lpg- well-kno- HFflE MERCHANT TAILOR Is Receiving his Q! MATRIMONIAJLJIATTERS. Gen. Harrison and Mrs. Dimmick will bo married in St. Thomas' church, In New York, on April 0. Thomas Denhum and Miea Leila Terry, both ol tho McKinney section, were married at William Terry 'a yesterday. MrH.T. W. Tabor, a Bowling Greon bride of two weeks, has filed suit for divorce, alleging duress on the part of her husband and hor mother. At Miillintown, Pa , Charles llamsoy nnd wife nuarreled over a Biblical quota tion when the husband struck hia wifo with an irou bar fatally wounding her. The IT. S. supreme court decides that when a decree prohibiting a person from marrying after he la divorced is entered In one State it holds good In all. Miea Lona Caperton, a daughter of Eev. A. 0. Caperton, and until recently the principal of Janle Wash Institute at Mtddleburg, was married at Louisville, Tueaday, to G. M. Finley, a young farmer of Jefferson county. Judge H. H. Tye, of WilllamaburK, whoniBrrled a Bister of Collector Ben Johnson, ol Louisville, finding that they couldn't live happily together, baa gone The jury in the Lane murder case at to Indian Territory and ahe to her home Versailles waa unable to agree on a verat Bardstown. Incompatabllity of tem- dict, and waa discharged, standing six per and abandonment will be the plea in for life, four for 15 years and two for two year. the divorce court. d the "Itealms of the Bleat." We can still in our imagination aeo her ns she long sat in her invalid chair, year iu and year out. Pain with its relentless grasp had changed the graceful figure and beautiful useful hands in cruel shapes of distor tiou and made them bb bars of iron. Notwithstanding her many intense days of pain, hor beautiful expressive eyes lighted with tho soul of Buffering were to tho Inst calm, serene and triumphant. Her unfaltering trust in Him, who was nlllict-ein nil of her affections, madu her tender and aclIcltiouB about others, Tho beauty of her life could and did teach from day to day how much grander it is to live than to dio. Mrs. Olds waa in her 55th year and was long a consistent and dovotod member of the Presbyterian church. Her funeral was preached Monday afternoon at the home of her daughter. Mra. John K Stormes. at 2 o'clock bv Rov. W. P. Nelson. A fond husband aniTi a loving, affectionate daughter are left to mourn the death of ouo of God's redeemed. Many relatives and friends and neighbora are filled with anguish to know this dear friend ia no more, but they can lift their eyea through falling teara for they know ahe haa gone where there ia no sorrow, pain or Buffering. Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. m ANIID SUMMER A new and elegant line of Ladies Shoes, including The Charles Wheeler Emporium. We still exist. m Will peoplfl never learn that 'a cold' is an accident to oe dreadtd and that when it occurs, treatment should be promptly applied t There is no knowing where tae trouble will end, and while complete recovery Is the rule, the exceptions are terribly frequent and thousands upon thousands of fatal Illnesses occur every year, ushered in by a liitle injudicious exposure and seemingly Ufllng countsymptoms. Oeyond this there are less invalids who can trace their complaints to "colds," which at the time of occurrence gave no concern and wero thcretore ue, looted. When troubled with a cold use ChambtrUln's Cough Remedy. It is prompt and effectual. Cincinnati Gaxette. Hor sale at as aad jo cents por bottle by Craig & to-d- ay Not to Bo Trifled With. The 20th Century Boot Tailor made Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes at right figures. Ilocker, rtinlord K.y. m James L, Francis, Alderman, Chicago, says: "I regard Or. King's New Discovery as aa idea! for coughs, colds and lung complaints, aviug used it in my family tor the last rive years 10 the exclusion of physicians' proscriptions or other preparations." Kev John Burgess, Keokuk. Iowa, writes: "I have been a minister or the Methodist Episcopal church tor 50 year of more and have never tound anything so ben eft. ctal or that gave me auch speedy relief as Dr. King's New Discovery.' Try this ideal cough remedy. Trial bottles free at W, D. McKobert's drug store. Mills, of Lebanon, All Ust winter Coon., was badly afflicted with rheumatism At times it was so severe that he could not stand np straight, but waa drawn over on one aide. "I tried different remedies without hndinz relief." he savs. "until about six months azo 1 bouirht a bottle ot Dr. ChamberUin's fain llalm. Alter using it (ot three days my rheumatism was gone and has not Sc Tho Ideal PPnacoa. Great Drives in Clothing. Fifty per cent. Reduction in Millinery. per cent, reduction in ladies' Capes and Cloaks; also in all Comforts and Blankets. a A new lot of Elegant Calicoes and Ginghams, all it 5 cents. and Arbuckles Coffee at 20. Call and see us and you will save CHAS. WHEELER. Respectfully, money. 25 Ala-roni- Simon S. Hartman, of Tunntlton, West Va h a been subject to attacks of colic about once a year and would have to call a doctor and thea suffer for about ia hours as much aa some do when thty die lie was taken recently just the same as at other times and concluded to try Chamber Iain's Colic. Cholera and Plarrhaea Remedy, lie says, "1 tool: ouo dose of it aud it gave me relief in five minutes. That is more liian anything else has tver doue tor me." For tale by Craig & Ilocker, Stanford, Ky. i Mr. Geo. A. returned since." For sale by Craig Hocker, Stanford, Ky. ,NVi t. sy vm .j kfijii'. US-- 2. ..Ix. t .v lYi-nafl'1 J- 1 ;fc. H- - s"- -- semi-Week- ly Interior Jourml March (5 Stanford, Ky., ip tp W. P. WALTON. sixPAGBS tk Next Tuesday week at high noon, tho legislature will expire by limitation. It has cost the State $G0,0OG and given loea value received than any similar body. 1890 It could not have done less, but perhaps after all the people should give thanks that sins of commission are not joined with those of its omission. Better noth ing done, than have things done that should not be done. Eighteen of the souud money democrats who have been supporting Black burn have signed a potition urging him to withdraw and give some good democrat a chance. The five democrat who have not voted for Blackburn took no part in tbe meeting. Wo shall now how gloriously patriotic or otherwise the Senator can be. v M" u p VU :? ' !'. t ' rs. w t President Cleveland presided over a the Presbyterian meeting in the interest of home mibiona at New York and made a speech which was received with unbounded applause. Threo years ago Wenzel Keller placAnother Broadslidc of Special Opportunities thrown across your path ed in a lake of 15 acres near Atchinoou, Stock and Satisfaction-Givingby our Wonderful "Value-Receivin- g The republican State Central Commit- Kan., a pair of German carp. Last week of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, tee decided on Lexington as the placo he drained the lake and found between and April 15 as the day for holding the 10,000 and 20,000 State convention to send delegates to the Joseph Brohem, a museum freak National convention and gaye Bradley a with five tongues, three chins and an big boost for the presidency, tho nomiear 23 inches long, was killed at Union-townation for which we sincerely hope he Ala., by a negro, who struck him Cleveland's personal and political choice will get. with an ax handle. for the democratic nomination and to Spain disavows the action of the Ocn bad brother Woodson, of Owens-boro- , him ho will throw his strength. continues to mouth over his old mob in insulting the United States conis right all around. Third assertions, but as his word la not as good sulate at Barcelona. Her minister of terms don't go in this country and tbe as bis bond, we leave him to the tender Stato expresses regret at the affair and democratic party could not aflord to mercies of Bro. Hale, hoping that while oilers complete reparation. tempt fate by disregarding the unwritten tho lamp holds out to burn even so vile Dr. W. P. Palmer, of Richmond, Va., law even were the president ever bo will a sinner as he may roturn. who was stricken dumb while criticising FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ing to run again. Then too Mr. Carlisle President Cleveland's Venezuelan mesfor the would make an ideal candidate LAW MAKING AT FRANKFORT. sage, some weeks ago, died without reTho Georgetown Times notes sa'o presidency. He ia sound on every issue of 5D steers at 3 to 3J. Gov. Bradley has reappointed all the covering his power of speech. and the peer of any man in the United Frank Washington, a of tho State board of equalizaLouis Wa!z bought of Ben Johcson States intellectually. If the time has members boy at Charleston, S. O , shot and mor- a small hunch of hogs at 3jc. to win, we hope tion. They are all democrats. come for a Southern man A bill to repeal tho separate coach tally wounded his two older brothers Hay. 1,300 bales of good timothy With Mr. Cleveland will be nominated. Inn Vina liaan nftaratl )iw n runn ltltra n affnr and then sent a bullet through his brain. hay for sain by F. IMiI, Stanford. " such a candidate and such a platform as all chance of its passage has gone for this His brothers had charged him with be The Advocate reports sales of three he would represent, the democracy would nn ilmn tr mules at J100 and 27 shonta at 3 00. go into the tight with absolute confidence session. Mattings and Oil Cloths a Specialty. See our line be The bill to substitute salaries for the out struggle and After a long drawn Jesse Fox bought of O. R. Kngleman tyCarpets, and unbounded enthusiasm. district attorneys 17 mules, nearly all three- fore you buy. a row and a rumpus, Tompkins, tho dem- fees of United States at adopted $45. defining his position on the silver ocrat from Oweneboro, retains his seat, and marshals will probably be In Leave your order with us for Clothing and Shirts ol all kinds to be by a good majority. This would fix tl e B.F.Powell bought of P. P. question, Hon. Wm. C. Whitney, who thayote being a tie. Made to Order. present- compensation of these officials in KenTuesday was the last day for mare a pair of takes occasion to say he is not a candiing bills this sessiou, and many were of- tucky at $5,000. mules for 15. date for the democratic nomination for In tho circuit court at Jackson, Alex . Foil Salkok K.ciu.gk. No. 1 good the preBidency, sayB ho is not in favor of fered, but none of them can be passed county school trus- - jack in fine Hhape. Call on or address of the United States before adjournment, unless everything Deaton, a Breathitt opening the mints too, was fined $250 for selling a school to W. L. McCarty. Kingsvillo. Ky. It to the independent free coinage of silver bo greased. a teacher. He sold the school for $5(5. Tho Louisville Times "recmend" Sam Hinkle, Jr., will ride for Gay at 10 to 1. "I am a believer," Baid he, "in is investigating other Bros., of Woodford, this year. There A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, are gold and silver as the metallic basis of thatripescholarand profound statesman, The grand jury the Hon. Carson, as an eminently proper cases of a similar nature. few better riders than young Ilinkle. values of the world's currency, and T. D. RANEY, Manager. old At Batesvllle, Ind, seven-yeaH. F. Hillenmeyer, the noted nur I am confident that within a time net for person for the republican Senatorial Uranch Stores. was fatally hurt by Beryman, says that neither the peach nor distant there will be a concurrence of nomination, and we Becond the"recmen-dation- ." Clarence Greenan being thrown from a tricycle to which other fruits were injured by tho late Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, tbe nations upon that subject by which Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Franklort, Elizabeth-town- , his pet dog waa hitched. The cur saw a blizzard. the ratios of value of the two metals for NEWSY NOTES. Ky., and Mauckport, Ind. cat and started after it at a rapid rate Staykd on Stolks. 12 sheep and 12 the coinage and currency purposes will Agricultural Bank stock of Paris with the above resnltB. A. F. Mober-Iy'lambs. Seen Friday near be fixed." So hope we all, but until Mississippi's republican convention R. E. Gaines, Liberal reward. then the present conditions must prevail, sells at $220 a Bhare. Sixty people are dying daily at Rio was held Wednesday. The two negroes, Walnnt Flat. if we would keep every dollar as good as Hill and Lynch, will head opposing The Climax says there were 050 catthe gold dollar. The free and unlimited Janeiro of yellow fever. The tle on the market at Richmond Monday, delegations to St. Louis. agricultural Tho Senate passed the coinage of silver means the disturbing of Lynch crowd was barred out of the con- with prices ranging from 3 to 3 jr. A valnes, the impairing of confidence, the bill appropriating f3,2(2,000. Snow fell at San Francisco Monday vention, but bolted and held a conven- few mules sold at $30 to $75. injury of business, and ultimate silver tion of its own. Sales of 70 hous at 3J, 1,000 pound monometaliam, with gold driven from for the first time in 10 years. Does Your Dr. Massie, who haa been four tirutB cattle at 21, lambs at 2J, mules at $15 to Two women and a man were struck the markets convicted of a foul murder and as many $05and corn Hi 11.39 per bushel aro not by a freight train and killed at Irwin, Wiik.v Hunter, the Binooth and oily times had his case rovereed on technical- ed in the Uurrodsburg Sayines. Pa. tongued gum shoe statesman, failed to GOO bales of good timothy hay for An elevator with 1,207,000 bushels ities by tho court of appeals, is facing his be elected Senator and finally retired in of wheat burned at Minneapolis. Loss fifth jnry atOwenton and a dispatch sayB sale. Will deliver on the cars in Crab Ordisgrace and disgust, the republicans lost Or Varnish ? Wc the continued reversals of the cise by chard at GOcp'r 100 lbs. Seed oats and i750,00O. their only chance to secure a successor fathe court of appeals has embittered the corn also for sale. John Buchanan. Lemuel Williams, of Batavia, O., to Senator Blackburn. He held the tally stabbed his father while in a drunk- people of the county to bucIi an extent Sthaybdok Stolk.v. A 2 year old members together as no other member that the court has fears of n mob, aiid roan steer welching about S00 pounds. en frenzy. of his party can and now the divided In that line and we fully warrant our goods. Gov. Greenbalge, of Massachusetts, every night the prisoner is taken to tbe t mv farm Feh. 24 or 2b Letter "8" and split up aggregation of incompetents died Wednesday. He was serving his adjoining county jail for safe keeping. branded on left hip. Liberal reward. We want your prescription work, too, and guarantee quality, accucan not even agree on a nominee, caucus W. II Johnson, Stanford, Ky. third term. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY- after caucus developing only how much racy and price. concern has A leading David Adams, of the Highland vithey are torn into cliques and factions Mr. Wm. Whitehead will move his cinity, has n lamb with only three lees made a cut of three cents per pound in Hunter and his followers, or at leaet ping tobacco. saw mill to town in a few weeks. that gives promise of a long life. It's some of them, claim that Gov. Bradley A number of our citizens are taking hind legs are all right, but in front it onHon. James U. Mulligan hns declinbaBn't toted fair with them and knives ed tbe appointment as consul to Cape considerable interest in game chickens. ly has one nnd it hobbles around as liveare being whetted and razors honed for The busy hum of industry is heard ly as you please,. Town, Africa. business. Let them lay it on strong and ImJames V. Watts, of Louisville, who here and no loafers are seen upon our The News saja that the luruect nover cry "hold, enough." fiught "Pleas" Hutchinson at Hot streets. crowd of the year attendd the Paris We are glad to report the recovery of court Monday and manv cattle sold at Wjns and rumors of wars continue to Springs, loat on a foul. Twenty-6i- x deputy marshals left Mrs. H. H. Uarpenter from ner recent 3J to Ic. E. T. Pence, of Lincolu, t old multiply and the end is not yet. The In the line of Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Windo.v Shades, Glass, ? attack of illness. IS of 700 pounds at 3 and 10 at 3.(7. latest news from bloody conflicts comes Jackson Monday to make a raid on George Todd, a youth, was killed at Few sales of mules were made thooih Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, and county moonshiners. from Rome, which tells of the terrible John Reid Caldwell, a murderer, es- Wildie, by his father, during a drunken many wero offered Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to Danvim.k and sec defeat of tho Italian army at Adowa, Mr. S. E. Owsley, who recently 5,000 men were caped the officers by jumping over a quarrel. The father was lodged in jail Abyaiunia, where over here. to Anzma, hai our thanks for killed, a larger number wounded and precipice near Prestonburg. Mr. M. P. Newcomb has purchased a copies of late pipers published at Phce-niA mob demolished the house of Will ordnance captured. The Italians much White's Addione of which sayr: Cattlemen aie are a very excitable people and believing HareSkaggain Edmonson county and number of lots recently in tion. Mr. N. owns some valuable prop- jubilant this season as good prices pn- - Next door to Farmers National Hank, Main Street, and examine one that the government is guilty of gros3 warned him to leave the county. vail, stock has wintered well, tho rangs of the Largest and Ikst Selected Lines ever offered in Central Kenmismanagement of the affairs, are rioting Gov. Matthews, of Indiana, refuses erty in that part of town. SincoMrs. W. H.Spradlin has been are notover-stocko- d and foed is fairly tucky. oyer the kindom do" to acceed to the republican demand for and threatening all visiting in Gallatin, Tenn , both of her plentiful. The princely barons of the manding resignations and playing hades an extra session of the legislature. generally. , Thomas HarriB, while hunting nerr children have suflered from a serious plains will once more be prosperous and attack of measleB. bappy. , Tub republicans seem as impotent to Salem, Ind., shot at a rabbit and killed a The auction of household effects at are to elect a candidate tramp, who was sleeping in the woods. A young lady was fined at Clay City nominate as they brick hotel waa largely attended last for disturbing religious worship by pull1 The Baltimore & Ohio railroad, once the for IT. S. Senate. The caucuB Wednesprices were realized ing an onion out of her escort's pocket Monday and good day night was a repetition of the monk- the most prosperous in tbe country, has for everything that waa offered by the at church and holding it up bo that the ey and parrot business. Nine ballots been placed in the hands of a receiver. excellent auctioneer, Judge G . W. Mc congregation saw it and laughed. were taken, the last standing: Deboe Seeding time is nowjright at handj'we.havea large stock of Seyeral house's were swept away and dure. Tbe legatees are contesting the will 32, Holt 29. At the joint ballot yes- considerable other property destroyed brick hotel has been rented by of Dr. Sutton, who gave 140,000 to the Tbe terday the republicans scattered their by the breaking of a dam near Hind-ma- Mr. Sam Davis, who will move his Ptock Presbyterian church, on the ground that and under the inhe waa of recently occu- fluence of weak mind the time vitesas heretofore, thereby preventing of gooda to the store-rooopiates at the will an election, bad not some of the sound John L. Sullivan is suffering with pied by Mr. M. F. Brinkley & Co., and waa executed. The case is now on trial money men deserted Blackburn. dropsy and doctors say if he does not rent out other portions of the building. at Versailles. Embracing all of the most popular and approved"kinds. We handle Rev. J. E. Culpepper, the Geargia quit his manner of living ho will become Miss Emma Wright, of Brodhead, is nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine passed the evangelist, has raised a rumpus at Tuk Cuban resolutions an invalid. visiting friends here. Dr. and Mrs. W. by Baying in a sermon: "I our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting House, after a spirited discussion, by the The warrants against Sheriff Phipps, A. Brown, of Parkaville, were guests of hold that any lady who plays the game short and wc are offering special inducements vote of 263 to 17. Gov. tocloseout a niceTline remarkable of Morgan county, charging him with Mrs. G. W. McClure this week. Mrs. of progressive euchre with a man is no 01 iiuggies ana surreys. made a speech favoring the resoJ TTT gambler." As embezzlement of county funds, have Dr. W. T. Brooks, of Paris, accompanibd better than a black-lemany of the women aro devoted to the lutions and succeeded in the short time been withdrawn. her sister, MIbs Lucile Joplin, upon her game of euchre, it is Baid that they will allotted him to put the cane in the strongW. L. WITHERS, Salesman. The court of appeals overruled a return home. Mr. W. K. wmttauer, our take exceptions to the remarks and call est possible light. Heisin full sympa- motion'for a rehearing in the case of like many others, ia now him to taw. thy with the struggling patriots of the Henry Smith, the Lexington fiend who representative, Mr. Tom Miller, of Lanin Frankfort. misgoverned island and thinks it is high 1Q8T IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUALITY. was sentenced to hang. caster, is visiting his parents. Mr. W. R. time the United States was showing its Thomas Nenan, aged 10, of South McCIum will move to the country this hand. -Bend, Ind., bought his coffin, selected month. Mr. Frank McCoy, of PennsylCovington Commonwealth asks a pill bearers and then took sufficient carThe vania, ia viBitlng his brother, George, at hypothetical question, to which it can bolic acid to kill himself. this place. Mr. H. H. Baker is on tho find answer in any issue of this paper. Frank Allen, a bad man from Owsley sick list. WHITE'S GREIM We are fearful that our good brother ia county, is wanted for shooting his father-in-laAfter an illness, of a few weeks of growing garrulouB and querulous as age when the latter lectured him for pneumonia, Mr. W. L. Henderson died comes Btealing o'er him. treating his wife unkindly. at his home near town 8unday, Mar. 1st, YEARS For the first time in tho history of leaving a sorrowing wife and many FOR To beat sound money Bpeech we have the county Has led all WORM Remodlos. theJLetcber circuit court has friends to mourn his untimely departure. delivered by read in many a day is that adjourned without anybody having been A man whose life has been as closely 'EVERY BOTTLE CUABAHTEED. SOLD BY AT. I. 1) HUG GISTS. Gov. McCreary against the free coinage sentenced to And Prices as Low as Any One Can Make Them. 1'r.parrd bff linked with a community as has Mr. BICH1HDSOS HKMCIKK CO., 8T. LOflS. bill that parsed the Senate and we shall Harry Cunningham, of Columbus, Henderson's with this leaves a vacancy give it to our readera in full soon. 0., was convicted on his mother's y that is felt and that few can fill when he DC I will take all the Mdei I can gel of forging her name to a $10 check is called away. He was a devout member niUEikJ. for cash or In trade tor leather on more year of Grover and then One court dara at Stanford or at my home in Otten- Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. v and was given a year in the pen. of tbe Christian church, a farmer of large helm. Chat. Enmlia, Tanner. K four yeaiB of John Griffin Carlisle. Tuk New York Herald, which haa persistently boomed Mr. Cleveland for a third term, has at last given up the ffcht and in its iBaue of Monday Rays that the president would not accept another nomination even it wore poeaiblu for him to have an absolute guarantee of hia election, and if a formal declaration to this end is necessary to convince the peo pie that he is in earnest he will make it so emphatic that he who runs may read and bolitive. This statement ia said to come direct from a member of the cabinet, in the confidence of the president, who further saya that Mr. Carlisle is Mr Uolmes must hang, the Pennsylvania supreme court having confirmed the judgment of the lower tribunal. Ho is charged with at least eight murders. Mrs. Lucinda Bmith and her daughter, of Pomeroy, 0., a week ago showed signB of insanity. Thoy were tried five days later and are now in anoBylum. The decision of the supremo court that the Stanford eatato is not responsible for the debt of the Pacific railroads to tho government knocks us out of $U5,000,000. n, means and a Mbsod of long standing. The funeral services were hold at the church on Tuesday morning, Elder Joa Ballon, of Stanford, preached the funeral discourse after which trie Masons took charge of tho body. Impressive ceremonies wero conducted by Judgo Carter and then tlm funeral procession wended its way to the burying ground on Mis. Lewis' farm about threo miles from town. Speaking of tho Richmond Rogistt r bsinc 30 yearB of age calls to mind an incident connected with that olllco. Two boys nged'iilne and 10 from tho farnn who greatly desired to havo their names set in typo and printed upon paper, even brown paper, called at the HegiBter establishment 150 years ago, with a dime each in their pockets, which they had earned bv gathering hickory nuts, to havo their dreama fullllleil. Thoy had scarcely entered the ofllce when tho man in charge said: "Boys keep vnnr hands in your pockets" After viewing the office fixtures which consisted of a hand preps and a few esses of t pe the lmlti left the place without mentioning their husi nees and have never forgotten the uncalled for intimation with reference to their honesty. One of tho boys afterward made, a successful editor nnd the other has had Bomo newspaper exper-encbut neither lias ever allowed himself to needlesaly hurt the feelings of the young callerw at their ollices. e, THE Guiding Star. Let Low Prices be the Guiding Star that leads all wise buyers to LOUISVILLE STORE " Dress Goods, Fancy Goods and Notions. I Men's and Boys' Clothing', Shoes, Boots, Hats and Caps. ear-old- Nun-nell- ev three-year-o- ld 1 THE LOUISVILLE STORE, r s. Mc-Kinl- ey Best Goods, Lowest Prices. House Need Paint, Paper, EVERYTHING HAVE NEEDFUL L-d- anti-tru- st PENNY'S DRUG STORE. The Way to Get What You Need to prove Your House Lea-lit- x, A. E. GIBBONS, "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST.' LOOK HERE n. m Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c. nj IB Nich-olasvill- e, Mc-Orea- ry g B. H. WXAUXXT. - WORMS vermifuge: Beautiful Patterns, 20 Latest Styles. H. J. McEOBERTS. Spring Suits! testi-mou- Urn .rji,, .'.. JM Ji- - T A .! u 'a.'i r lVi t.ii ii --'?, -- i,m ', & ,J-.,- i.. ,i ,Tnr, i'.tmf ' i.u.t.n ,,,.1 J. wftwiraiwMnwwm .m tty m Mttfi KmMJWlrK THE SECOND WIFE. &Fr mti wnlkml lly Luko Sharp.' II B French have n habit of filling their carrlngou railway Inn full far comfort. my and when myself friend nnd roachod tho Btntlon In l'nrla to take the express for Loudon. founil V70 every plnco nearly occu we tho length of tho train, hut without Baaing n upot nvallablo for two. 1 naked one of tho oillclols If thoy to put on another carriage, but ho ropllod thnt thoro wan room enough for nil who wished to go. "Then," rnil.l I. "wo shall bo obliged to you If you llnd us two KoatH In tho boiiio compail-mont.- " Tli- - ofllrlal shrugged hla shoulders and mid that wo could osally llnd thorn If w looked for them. Thla was about aa much flnttsfnctlon as one can got out of a French railway official, who doesn't know much, anyhow, and tares ud pied. Tb-Ic- loss. Again we walked the leiiRth of the. I noticed one coiupnrtUHiit out of the of which leaned a tory Htout oldoTly Rcntlemau. The curtalua on tho two aide window wore drawn, and we could not eo whether there wore vacant places thero or not. My .frlond, who In a very nuavo and o Rcntleinnii. said to tho elderly man: "Will you excufo mo a mo'mcnt?" urn! he proceeded to open the door. "All the places hero are taken," said tho elderly Individual, hurriedly. "That'll Just what I want to i;oe." Kald my friend, and gently, firmly, hut polltoly, he opened the door to tho great danger of the old gentleman falling out. A lady of perhaps 25 nst in one corner Beat; all the other places wero vacant but pllod with portmanteaux, valines and what not. "Ah," anld my frlind. "thero acorns to ho some vacant npnee hole." "1 tell you." replied the elderly gentleman. Retting red lit tho face, "that all tliM placed nro taken. Thero Ik n party of us, and I'm looking for tho othura, who may nrrlvo at uny moment. You will mlw your train If you wait here, for you will undoubtedly havu to cot out." My triend glanced up at tho big clork plncml In the corer of the srh at tho end of the Iiuko station, and said: "Tli train leave In two mlnutsa. no It BiwiiH to me your party In cutting It a little cloe." "The parly Is nil right." oWrved th old gontleman testily. "They know that I am reserving place for them, and they will he here In plenty of lime." The lady In Ihe corner rmllod snootly at my friend, anil lie with tome telnet-nncclosed the door, for there ws nothlHg more to be Mid without call- - train and frlond, ns smoothly an sweet oil. "It I asked tho ofllclaln, or rather my friend did, whether they would not put on tin extra carriage, and they refused to do so. In England vo do theno things vory much better, for such of carriage would never bo pormltted on uny line." "I wa3 not nddrosslng you, air," said the old man poevlshly. "Oh, tlton, I beg your pardon; I thought you were. hope you will me, for I know how annoying It is to bo waiting for a pnrty, nnd thon tho party turn up to late." The ls..y sr.illoil ;i2!n at the ntHfe ,1 lhr 1,1 VO T'S If Ml nl!m in !..! -. en i.iuf. hut i'.t so loud that we i ti .. I honr what ho eald. hour cianged, and the porters ran Isl'herand thither ahoutlng to the to take tholr BontK. My friend p. his head out of the window and ' c ;d to ono of the rallv y men; & ;m camo to tho window. see, air," wild my Mend to the old t our party In goln to l.o left behind. Xor If you will teli me which nrt;eloH tirlong to them I will them In charge of fils porter, who return tho arthles to them when Is nn outrng". over-crowdi- BEAUTY TIIEIROIIARM ELGIE LESLIE AND LOLA BEETH ARE FASCINATORS. The 1'ornier .Vnjr Hrltirn to Uio RltiRO Aftrr Hcvernl Yeiirt" f l'rltatu I.tfo Tim llrmilirul Vlnitm Gill Now In ' IVfiir York. llrst-clnr- n 1 os-cu- so ho 111 I I V pas-wi.ge- ra i i i -- ir 1 "t!-a- j . door-windo- w tl'r picked up He arrive." l p-r- ty i now occtipleiL and thrust It thrniich the window to tl porter, telling hint In French that a was eoitilug who would bo left fl been In the th" porsiaaHteau which pla.-- e J po-llt- o iff "WKCP- ;Lir,i -.I WTO ii. I i I.-- ,. ' U . rw ? ' M fr. "TALKED A FRIENDLY WAY WITH HIM." Ing tho old gentleman a liar, which we Onco knew very well that ho wai. more wo walked tho wholo length of IN the train. tiently, for "I wouldn't stand It." I Bald ImpaI ulwuya gel angry when 1 5o3 u man monopolizing n wholo compartment except when I do It mysolf. "I nhoulil hao gotten In and taken a placo In tho corner. Ho was evidently waiting for no pnrty." "Cently. Ronlly." said my frlond, "all in good time. I will leavo them half a minute to come, and then we will quietly wander hack to tho old and ntep In." Wo did this, nnd my frlond once more opened the door in spllo of the protestations on tho part of the occupant, who MORE OR LESS HUMOROUS. got redder nnd redder In the faco aa ho saw tho attempt to force tho position. piano and the perIf No "I tell you," ho said, "thnt It's no formermatter the nre both upright, It la impossiMy party will bo here and then good. you will have to get out ami you will ble for the boarder In tho next roam to be. Minneapolis Journal. Mulsa yoir train." "Ho'a a great story toller." "Inimitahave mado up our minds to "Wo ble." "Why, do you know, hla wife :hancc It," said my Imperturlmblo frlond, n3 ho proceeded to removo tho more than half bcllcvcc ho belongs to a Impedimenta from tho two corner Beats lodgo?" Detroit Tribune. Tho chlckcnB don't deserve any paruntl, speaking with tho utruont respect, ho continued: "If your party arrives ticular credit for going to bed early; oven wlillo tho train Ih muvlug out, we everything thoy can gobble goes to bed will jump off nnd hold tho door open for bcforti they do. Atchison Globe. I don't much mind It U a mat'er of curiosity to seo how them to enter. missing a train myFolf: could do with long Vi'afihlngton drinking water, If It It'ti a most remains In Its present condition, will he mother day In Paila. kept out of tho hands of the veal estate charming city." Th'i old man grunted and tho lady cpeculatorn. Washington Stnr. Young doctor (on his honeymoon) It wua quite evismllea across at us. dent that s'.in waB hla second wife, and "Ju it observe, wlfey, dear, the curious that tho honeymoon was drawing to n tlnta of tho Bky. That cloud poised close. It wns also ovldcnt that the on tho mountain crest over yonder la hdy wan Jital n lltl'.o tired of the old exactly the color of a diseased liver." gentleman, nnd welcomed an Cholly: "Yasa. I twle.d to play golf t tho pirty, but the old m in wan cad clear through: nnyono could sou t at. lr.it Mimmcr, but I gave It up when I Ho nrjt.crc to lilmanlf that it was au waa hit on tho head nnd knocked nllly." "Indeed, thafa too bad, Mid can outrar;o and ought I ot to bo pormlttod, tho doctors do nothing for you?" aud wojld not bo permitted In any country. A man had a perfect Truth. A Kaupaa populist Ir. nt rork on a rljht to a carriage tr.kou for hla frk'ndii; new scheme to Increase the num ct huUiIf wns always recognised Jn England-nnno gentleman, nor anyone calling man happiness. He Is trying to crow himself u gentleman, would force Ins the milkweed nnd tho strawberry, bo way Into a compartment where ho was that the people may ralsa Btrawbowlet aud cream togothcr. JClnnoapollE Tilb- act wanted. "I quite agrco with you," oMd try U.T10. duffer'-carriage behind. "Will ou leave that alonu?" cried the old gentleman, rising and uiatchlng tho baggage. nut, my dear air. said my friend, prolCBtlngly, "you are surely not going to carry the other folkn' luggage with you? Think of them left In Paris with none of tho comforts of life." "They will como by the next train," twlii the old gentleman, placing tho portmanteau up In the rack again. "They may have mado up their minds to stay a week," laid the young man. The lady put the book she had been rending up to her fare and Inughed outright. Her husband looked at her with an viresrlnn of illgtint on his highly colon J faco "!.' uo trouble to me at till," contln-uthe young man, blandly, "to put out tho luggage and give it In charge of a jorter. It will bo all right. I havo e i It douo n hundred tlmcH, and tho train la just about to depart." "Will you oblige mo by attending to yot:c own business?" exclaimed tho old gen '"man. "i ii eerSslntr." xald the young man, fettling baek In his place n the train inovml alonly nut o.' the etatlon. Thero was a look of unfiled benevolence on hla face thnt was moat touching. "Hut, you seo. I know what It Is to be left without luggage and I merely wished to ba of service to your party." I don't want "Hang your service! any of It." "No, probably uot; but those thnt aro loft bohliul. sir: you hhould think of them; you thniild. Indeed, sir; but then It must be a consolation for you to know thnt through your klndncsa two persons hnvo obtained place In thU train; many another man who had a party coming would bundled t:a bodily out of tho compartment." "It Is what should have been done," cried tho old gentleman. "Oh. don't say that. I beg of you," paid tho oung man, looking lucxprca-nllil- y hurt, but the old man was not to Ho took tho bo drawn out any more. Hngllsh paper that he had paid three times tho Ixmdon price for, and began reading It. Tho young man, after several frultloss attempts to engage him In conversation and learn aomo of hla opinions on tho nuwu of the day, noticed that the second wife was reading a book whoso pages wore uncut, bo ho took from hla Inside pocket n small Ivory paper-knif- e that ho nlwaya carried with him and slttl ig opposite hor offered the ueo of It. Sho thanked him, nnd greatly to tho old gentlemnn'M talked In a frlondly mnnner with him until wo came to Calais; hero the joung man Insisted upon shaking hands with both of them, and again mentioned hla deep regret that tho party had been left behind, but his expressions ot sympathy were entirely thrown away, for tho old gentleman took hla second wife under hfa wing aud ordering nil the luggage to bo taken on tho boat, departed. The second wlfo looked over her shoulder nnd smiled nt the young man who had helped to a tedious railway Journey. cl j I j any t:ir in the field, in caally saya a wiltcr in tho Nlckell Magazine. It wua at the roiieltislon of the groat a Mucosa of "1'iinco nnd Pauper," dramatization by Ahby Sago Richard- e son of Mark Twain's fascinating ilren's Ktorle.i, thnt Kh.lo Leslie dlsap-wi- 'l penred, nnd In n short time her nauio ceased to bo discovered in print. The clever child was Boniowhnt older tl'im, for profeholonal reasona. had been acknowledged, and during tho run of "1'rluco and l'aupcr" alio shot up In stature, and waxed Innglild, aa glrH Junt emerging from childhood will, and having also waxed rich for a child, managers and doctors agreed that for tho Bake of the futuro It waa wise that jiio should retire and devote tho next few ycar8 to a natural life and her education. She was. aa one might say, between grass nnd hay. There waa no placo In tho theater for her. It wna ucver for a moment hinted that tho retirement waa more than temporary, and nninng players who had acted with her, it waa a gravo question, often discussed, what turn her mature talents would take. Would sho be, i many fancied, a comedienne, or would 1- m .Si 'V' M' Mmwr :c one can have for gotten Klalo Loallc. The child actrc33. O v art waa so as to rrnl.o hrr bctveen i lie autumn of 1SS7 tv!im.e IRf A and tho t.ummnr of 1Stm as Gtroug a 'i ' W ri -' ,T drawlngcanl as I 'It chll-glv- nlmoat, nnd Ollvo, now woman-grow- n without the beauty of Elsie Leslie, possesses a chnrm of which there Ib no Her piquant faco rcnlnds question. ono of Mary Gary, In tho dnya of hor popularity. It has the same wlnsomo-ncinnd tho same suggestion of emotion Just below the surface of a merry expression. It will bo most Interesting to watch the future of thoso two when they got back Into tho theater, If they ever do. One was a great bucccsb, tho other not it failure. How will tho caso Btnnd In the future? What a pity It Is tliEt hennty and success do noi go loxethor. Of all the women who wero added this season to the company of the Metropolitan Opera House. New York, none were heralded as gnat beauties but .vho was to sing Nellie V.db.i'a roles ii"til that singer's concert tour en1d, and Ixla LPeth, for some yeari a favorite nt the Vinnn Opera House. Neither womnn h.is excited any enthusiasm ar a singer. Shi. (id undo her debut as Juliet on tho opsnlng night of the hCHi.on. and Lola Heeth appeared as Kim In 'Lohengrin," December 2, 1S03. Lola n th has been successful in AuMrla urd (Jfrmany, and la ono of the few Herman singers who havo been hoard In Pari.:. The roles In which sho In best known In Europe nre, Klsa In "Lohengrin," Venus In "Tnnnhausor." Senta In "The Flying Dutchmtin,"nnd it was iib VentiB that aho mado her great suecoEfl In Paris. Personally Frauilen Heeth baa realIn ized all tho taleB of her beauty. New York they declnro her a perfect .Juno young, graceful and divinely tall. Aa n singer she has not come up to tho hopes aroused, she has a pretty voice. All the New York critics owned that. "Hut," said an eminent writer, "It the singer would only refrain from using tho vibrato, which In hor case Is so pronounced that I took It for a tremolo! Informed An eminent laryngologlst me that It was a vibrato pure and and for reasons It would take colYet, every New York umns to tell." ea a, clm-pl- e. s i lue r. VtV -- v i '?fSa" ' S,3S ELSIE LESLIE. she b an omotlonal actress? Or, like many a prodigy, would she turn out to bo uninteresting when aho rcturnod to Thla qucatlon will Intho theater? terest tho public deeply If, aa It Is rumored, she will soon return to tho stage. Tho stage Her caro will be unique. has actresses who, like Ellen Terry, Madgo Kendal, Mrs. Bancroft, Annlo Clarke and Minnie Maddern Flske.havo been In tho theater from childhood to womanhood, but none of those players were other than rather precocious children, doing very well the llttlo that fell to them. Thoy wero uot stars of writer gets back to tho same admislon "After all, she Is a beauty." THE STAGE. While playing In "Tho Heart of Maryland" Mra. Leslie Carter accidentally stabbed John Kellard with a bayonet, Inflicting a wound In hla light i.Ide which necessitated several stitches, but which is not considered dangeroua. She "What, a real locomotlvo with a real whistle on the stago? Wasn't tho noise deafening? Him "I didn't notice It particular. I wna sitting behind a theater party." Indlnnapolla be-gnl- lo 1 Tlt-Hlt- a. Mr-.ud- : clv-lllz- od and "Advices to Young Juliets." It is whispered In New York dramatic circles that Fritz Wllllam3 nnd Kntherlnc Florence aro engaged. Both aro members of tho Lyceum atock company. Sir Arthur Sullivan has decided upon Lord Byron'a tragedy, "Sardanapalus," as tho subject for his grand ballet to bo produced next year In London. Mine. Emma Nevnda la tinging thla winter In Philadelphia, .vhere n season of forty nlghta and ten matinees of grand opera Is being gl.'eu. Hoyt's "A Trip to Chinatown" will bo shifted to Australia Juno 1, with Harry Connor nnd Anna Boyd Jn tho leading roles. LOLA BERTH, A fair soprano waa hear to close the tho first magnltudo In tho way of popuGloria in n chutch servico lately: larity nnd financial succecss. "World without men, nh, mo." Tl.la plcturo of Elslo Leslie Lyde will Katherlne Kidder la to do Rosalind in l.o studied with deep Interest. la there "Ab You Like in Washington tho in Its beauty anything moro than the last week In Jrnunry. sweet chnrm of young womanhood? Modjesku is ngnin playing Rosalind Docb there lurk nny depth ot feeling and Viola, with Joccph Hnworth as OrIn thono Mg eyes, or la that gentle lando. la tl.ero a humorous tiprlte mouth? Olgtt Nethcrsole is becoming a3 fabehind that ca'm, rather elcgimt mous ns Emiuc Abbott for her stago beauty? One Is afraid to 'instver. ids;. Thoro Is another llttlo player of her Jennie Yearaans and her mother may tlmo, another relic of the Fuuntleroy hppear together rex: reason. crnio, who lc yet likely to fsce tho footconcert? tro much Patti'B fare-volights tgr.lu -- Ollvo Hoinans. L,lttlc adieu nbout iiothlnc.New York "Worid. MSI, Journal. It Is Mmc. Janauschck's intention to retire from the stago aud devote tho remaining years of her ilfo to writing. She has lately had published a number of "Itemlnlscencea" nrovcntlng nny binding or tho wheels readily balancing tho frnrao wher there Is considerable dlffercnco in Urn HOME RECENT INVENTIONS AND elevation of the rails. DISCOVERIES. Tim Aep of Tree. As there has been more or less 1L Rittlvnjr Trleyclo to Carry Onr nr about the ngca of trees, it will .Morn 1'entoiiii wttti Tool unit Applbe gratifying to know that a German l Wbnolt iances Tho Notre t Tlilntr forester, who Is considered aa authority, At" of Tren. fays that tho oldest trees In Germany re known to have lived nearly COO sunHE Chinese years. The silver fir has flourished for dial embodied the upward of 400 years, nnd the evergreen usual principle, but oak has be.on known to live 410 yearn, waa crude, Indeed. wallo other varieties of oak aro from sot 315 to 320 years A rod or nee i old. Tho larch has, -- A' 7'V upright red-- . d a stood the storms and shine3 of 275 years, fW. shadow on .' Mat the red. beech 21fi. the ash 170, tho birch Burfnco ns tie iuin 200, tho napen 220. tho mountain maplo ;hio 225, the olm 130 and the red alder 14S moved. On " wurf, rtiaract' i in- - years. dlcatlna: :he . nirs l;i. The of the The Ijitrt In Wlicrl. Chinese also used a water ch ' f tiled Over in London they have a now cyclepsydra. It waa a dish of ,p r or clewhether to give It the prefix unl othor material, with nn extrrni or hi has not yet been determined aperture, from which the t.ater which la altogether different from the trickled, drop by drop. The clcp..'dra modola seen on the streets and bouleof Canton Is thus descrlbod by a travvards of Chicago. Instead of being on d eler: "It Is a vase of copper; It la the wheel the rider la Inside. A3 shown In a pnvlllon built on a double arch In tho picture, there arc two wheels that crosses a street leading from the ono insldo tho other. The Inner wheel great south gate of the city to the pal- maintains a stationary position, which ace of the treasurer of the province. la necessary because It has fastened to Like that which existed, and perhaps It tho rider's scat. Around It revolves exists still, In the "ekln observatory, it tho outer wheel with which It haa i composed of four copper vases.whcnco three points of contact, threo grooved water runs from one to another by llttlo wheels, thnt form a runway. Tho power tubes fixed nt tho base. The vaso that is obtained by the simple action of rcsta on the lloor has on Its wooden cover a kind of handle, crossed by n rule mounted on n lloat and covered with characters representing the hours. When tho water has run out, that Is, In the morning or evening, It la poured W sD again Into the uppermost vase. There Is a llttlo brick staircase by which the attendant ascends. In tho temples there are attendants whose business It Is to II hang up a plncard, with n white ground, on which la Indicated the hour. They strike tho hours of the day on a drum, and at night they bent a gong. Tho attendants who thua look nftcr the (light of time occupy tho Intervals between In making sticks of Incense, on -which arc marked the hours. These spring attached to the treadles, and It aro sticks m arranged as to burn a certain length of time for every hour, and is promised that great speed will ba thoso are used by peasants and others. mado when the wheel Is properly used. Tho stick 1b lighted whon tho gong Lightness and simplicity of construcsounds, and In thl3 way the prlvato In- tion seem to be its best points. The. dividual can keep very tolorablo ac- rider, being suspended below tho center of gravity, maintains count of the hour3 aa they pasa." level seat whatever tho coat or grade. No macnine of this sort was on exhibiTlir I'lrst Water-Wortion cycle show, but local exBenjamin F. is Interested In the perts at the who have seen It unite in the bemethods and machinery of water sup- lief that It never will amount to anyplies, and asks where wero tho first thing here. s In aho United States located? Answer: ' Doctor South wick in One of tho tKTlcri of Knntr. one of his books glvc3 the following: The first enow should never be used "On the best authority available, It Is to molt into water for drinking purbelieved that tho first water-worwere poses. In its Journey downward it constructed by John Christopher n takes out of the atmosphcro all of th In 1762, at Bethlehem, Pa. Tho machinery consisted of three single-actin- g disease germs and Impurities that float therein and for thnt reason Is highly h caliber charged with injurious particles. A and elghteeu-iuc- h stroke, worked by a triple .crank and geared to the shaft of microscopic examination of water from the first snow reveals millions of germs an undershot wnter-wheeighteen feot of various sorts, many of them exin diameter and two feet clear In tho tremely dangerous to human life. buckets. The total head ot water was Taken Into tho system, they Increase two feet. On tho water shaft was a with startling rapidity and causo di'wallower' of thirty-thre- e rounds gear- seases that physicians are ordinarily ing Into a spur wheel of fifty-tw- o cogs unable to account for. The attached to tho crank. The three piston mon practice of gathering not uncomnnow from rods were attached each to a frame or window-sill- s to cat is one attended with working In grooves to give very gravo dangers. crooshead Tho first rain-fa- ll them n parallel motion with the pump. after n long period of dry weather is The crosshoad3 were of wood a3 well as subject to tho same conditions, and the the parto containing tho grooves or should either bo filtered or 1 ho water was raised by this guides. boiled or allowed to go to waste machln ; to the height of seventy feet turned Into tho cistern. Many and not pcopla and subsequently to ono hundred nnd shut off the cistern supply plpo fourteen feet. These works wero In the roofs are washed, Imagining until thai, operation as lato as 1S32. The first ris- in this lies tho danger, but tho water ing main was made of gum wood ns far that washes tho Impurities from as it was subject to pressure, and tho atmosphere is quite aa much to the b rest was pitch pine. In 1796, lead pipes guarded against. wero put in, and lu 1S13 they were ex changed for Iron." I'eononiy In Copper Sllntnc;. The prodigal wasto of ore In some A Itnlltrur Tricycle. of the more primltlvo methods of minThe Illustration represents a light, ing is In striking contrast to the new tricycle, way of doing things. Even tho strong nnd lnoxpenslvo water adapted to carry ono.or more persons, aa flowing from copper mines la drawn well as'tools aud appllnncc3 for repair- into tanks and by precipitation through ing cloctrlc lines and railway tracks. the ueo of chemicals soventy-fiv- o to Tho front and rear main wheels aro clghty-fiv- o per cent of copper is colla a lected. journalcd In a frame, on which This was discovered by accicrank shaft and sprocket wheel to dent. A miner without knowledge of. tlio rear wheel. Tho other track chemical action remarked that tin cans rail la engaged by a flange guide wheel or pieces of Iron thrown Into the wasta on a short axle clipped to a transverso water soon becamo covered with copbar whoso other end la bent to the form per. From this simple incident came, of a post nnd Journalcd in the mlddlo tho possibility of securing a large portion of n bracket attached amount of pure ractnl. The water Is to tho frame. now drawn Into tanks, treated with jOn tho post Is a collar engaged by an chemicals, then let from ono tank to oyo on a rod carrying tho handle bar, another each prepared with a precipitho collar being adjustable to ralso or tating solution. When tho last tank Is lower tho handles to suit tho rider. reached the contents arc allowed to settle, when the copper Is removed and prepared for shipment. u.i(C dlc-c.tss- lon POPULAR SCI BNCE. iI -- 1 ft ' . ! : Itu-ate- if Z'j2bW w J irrr ma-chin- o's k. water-work- ks Chrls-tenason- force-pump- s, four-Inc- el rain-wat- er ro-ta- to rfmr If ll From tho lower end ot tho post a stiffening rod extends to an eyo on tho transverso rod, which is nlso further strengthened by n detachable brace rod, connecting it with the frame, but, by disconnecting tho latter, tho guide wheel may bo folded upon the frarao no that the machlno will take up but llt'Io room, and may be conveniently moved about when Dot In use. A brake Is arranged In tho rear of the front whel, and on the frame, in front of the sprocket wheel, is carried a tool box, o pint terra at tho rear affording Fpacc for another pasHengcr or for fixtures and appliances to bo carried. By the movement of tho handle bar tho rider keepn the qulrte wheel in a proper forward or rearvai 1 position on curves, A Simplifying Trace. The preparation of ramlo fiber for manufacture has been attended with a great deal of troublesome detail. Of late, thero havo been marked Improvements in the machinery used for this purpose. Tho now Inventions reduce, tho power required and increase the capacity of the machines to such nn extent that eight or ten toan of green ramie stalks may be handled In a day. Thero Is a tenacious gum In Ino stalk, however, thnt haa been an obstacle in the way of Its succssul preparation. Thla 13 now being ucutrallted by new processes, and the latest machine claim to be able to prepare the fiber ana make It ready for cplnnlag &t a coat not exceeding reventecn centa per pound. This Includes tho co3t of tho raw material, the blotching and cleaning. At Funir I1 the CljvpUml Trio. Many people hnvc a notion that cur papa known a lot. about the eoet of liv- wager your last penny, when wo grip pur chubby fingere in the rootlet3 of hi ho doesn't cry free wool, you can ing, tho tariff, and such ware; hut hair. WiJA: SUPPLEMENT TO THE BAUUL VV TO SEMI-WEEK- LY INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, RESULTS OF THE CHEAU-MU.VE- ICY. UUalXES ilEX ASH UUKtf.V JACKS. DATE, 1 EXL'fiXSlYfi UltEEXllAtJiCS, Y THE FAUTY OF DISCOMEM'. on Inside n Free Silver Conference. 5jp; S8;. v. f Ayr I Genesis 4. And thoy raid, go top may reach uuto Heaven : 7. (And the Lord .said), Let us guage, that they may not understan 1 8. So tho Lord scatterod them whoso, to, let us iW' i,mvNwoiinV. build up n citj and a ' tower go down, and then confound thoir lanauother'a speech. abroad from thence upon tho face of all a thousand who would buy an article at n high prico when ho could got ono just as good at a locr price. What mon would not do as individuals they would not do as n nation if thoy knew that their interests as consumers wero all on the sido of cheaper goods. And in spito of Populist and silverito pretenses that debasing tho currency would givo them more wealth in for their products, tho farmers aro rapidly linking out that tho prices of their staplo crops aro fixed in tho gold standard countries, and that oven if they did get moro cheap money for sorco things thoy havo to sell, they would bo met with doubled prices wherover thoy went to buy. When this truth becomes generally known there will bo no moro complaints against choap goods. , THE GUEEXHACK IN COXURESS. the earth. SMALL CHAMiE. Cheap money means dear goods. Try as they may, tho silverites cannot dodgo this simple fact. Tho freo coinage agitation would quiokly dio out if tho advocates of tho silver staudard Swore honest enough to admit that their scheme would doublo tho cost of million everything tho sixty-tlvAmerican consumers buy. Yet this is merely anotber form of the silverito assertion tbat free coinago would raise prices twico as high as they are now. o Tho issuo betwoen tho frionds of t sound money and tho believers in dollars is at bottom n question whether choap goods or high prices Unnro best for tho whole country. til tho people understand tbat their interests will uo nest securer oy a 'gradual reduction in tho cost of nil Ikinds of commodities, plans for getting rich by paying more for goods Iwillbe advocated and seriously There is no doubt but that 'an artificial iucreaso of prices would benefit eomo persona. But tho pcoplo 'as a whole would bo injured, and tho principle of tho greatest good to the 'greatest number forbids tho granting of favors to one class at the espenso ot ell others. fifty-cenoon-Bidcre- d. 4 Whilo lower priced goods cro a great social benelit, their cheapuos3 should not bo duo to an increase in valuo of the material used to measure nil wealth, but to improvements in methods of production. Tho ideal money would be ono which was of tho satuo value, but thero is no labor product which doe? not to some extent. It has been iproved by tho experienco of centuries that of all known substance? tho metal 'cold changes tho least in value, nud it fas therefore been chosen by civilized Rations as their standard of all other "values. Tho idea of the silverites that igold Is Bteadily increasing in valuo is on unfounded delusion. Measured by "the labor cost of producing it, or procuring it in eschango for other products of labor, gold is certainly than it was fifty or 100 cheaper years ago. Tho arguments for free 'eilver which are based on the alleged appreciation of gold, aro not supported by a einglo fact. iluo-tuat- o to-da- y t h b r ft J The real cause of tho marked declino In prices in recent year, has been the ,znaDy new inventions and discoveries whioh havo so murvelously increased tho production of all kinds of goods. That boots ami shoo are now sold so 'much cheaper than they were half a century ago, is not duo to tho wicked gold bugs, but to tho improved machinery by which tho skilled operative turns out dozens of pairs in the sumo timo in which ho would have mado a fdnglo pair by hand. A ton of steel which forty years ugocost S1S0 can bo as a result of new promado cesses of smelting, nt u cost of $20. So ?ith practically every branch of industry. Do tho bilverited and fiat money inflationists believe that this (increased production of wealth is a bad thing? The' denounce cheapness es on evil. Would they like to go hick to old fashioned methods of the tirne$ whon things wero scarjo and dear? I to-da- for reference. Tho whole dobato is instructive It involved (1) Tho constitutionality of legal tender legislation and it is interesting to note that grave doubts on this point toomo.l to exist in tho minds of all of its supporters. ('2). Tho necessity for such legislation ; it wis strongly urged that it would destroy conlidenco and weakon rathor thin strengthen tho government financially. Justin S. Jlorrill said "if this, paper money is a war measure, it is not wacd against tho enomy, but ono that msy woll mako him grin with (U.) Tho impairment of contracts becauso it was teen that gold and silver would go- to n premium and that the standard of money would bo lowered. It was shown clearly that it would impair all past contracts to compel tho acceptance of paper when coin was contracted for. It was strongly urged that because of this featuro it wasnn ex post facto law, an therefore, unconstitutional. (4.) Tho cflect upon public and private morals of making it logal to pay off debts at a discount. ("). The effects of inflation upon tho poor. It was pointed out that tho laboring man would culler most through enhancing prices. Against these sound and valid objections to making inconvertible paper legal tender thero was no nrgument excopt that of the extreme necessity of obtaining money at onco and tho great difficulty of doing so by loans or by increased taxation. Tho force of circumstances becamo so great that Mr. Chase, Scorolary of tho Treasury, cbunged his position during tho dobito in tho Homo nnd sent in a letter rec ommending tho passago of tho legal tender nai. ." - "The Greenback in Congress" is tho titlo of tho lajt number of Sound Currency, publishod by tho Now York Club. It contains the logiblativo history of tho fir.it issue, in 1SC2, ol legal tender Government notes. Tho best part of what was eaid for and against tho proposed "measure of necessity" in both tho Ifoue and Senate is here put in convenient form lie-for- m Those investments nro withheld, not becanso of any difficulty in tho revenues, but becauso of lack of coulidenco in our money system. Thero aro now ample funds in tho Treasury to meet prevent and futuro obligation, but gold still goes from us and no amount of increaso through tho operation of tariff laws will change tho situation and put an end to taking it from m for exportation, nnd, what is equally patent and more alarming, for hoarding by our own people. of tho logal The cancellation tenders would lead to no conon Tho banks tho traction. one baud would supply much of any needed curreucy nnd on tho other, just as eoon ns it was demonstrated that wo wero freed from this weakncsB to our crodit, eo great au amount of foreign gold would como in to bo invested that thero would bo no deficiency whatsoever. Tho ono conspicuous fact in tho financial hi3tory of every peoplo bus becu that money has novor beon wanting where such peopled crodit, individual aud national, is not under suspicion. If wo put oursolvei in such n position, wo will havo no cau3o to fear a lack of money to carry on any proper undertaking. If wo do not wo muet inevitably reach point where wo will bo completely cut off from foreign aid and whero our own re3ourcos will be of little avail. The Trice ol i'llvcr. During tho year 1893 tho lowest quotations of eilvcr in this country was C9.8 cents per fino ouueo. Tho Tho highest quotation was G8 cents. At tho nvorago prico was G3.7 cents. lowest prico the bullion value of our standard silver dollar was 10.2 cents. At tho highest prico tho bullion in our staudard silver dollar was worth 52.G cents. Tho ratio of gold to silver this year was 1 to JJ2.50. At this rato n dollar would buy 751.G grains net of silver. fn spito of theso facts tho financo committee of tho United States Senate proposes to provido for tho free, unlimited and independent coinago of silver at tho ratio of 1G to 1, and to decloro to tho world virtually that tho government will meet its obligations in this degraded currency. A Senator from Gcorin favors this proposition. Let us hopo that tho stntoismwroproseutod. Atlanta Journal. Ten Coiiinmnilinents Ameudcd. Wo expect to see somobody rising in tho United States Senato one of thebo days and moving u freo Bilvor amendment to the Ton Commandments. Tho amendment would bo inconsistent with some of the commands of Moses, but consistency isn't reckoned much of a virtuo by tho representatives ot tho mining camps. All they want is the freo and unlimited use of their metal, and duce take all Comptroller KclcoM Hxplalns Why They Should Ho ICottred, Ilorr Business is Injured by tho James H. Eckels, Comptroller of Threat of Freo Coinage. tho Treasury, has this to say on the When tho silverites nro naked why question of tho retirement of green- tho Central nnd South American Rebacks : publics, whioh, with ono or two It is difficult to foretell what a havo hilver coinage, nro not body will do with any publio no prosperous os tho United Statos, question, and especially one involving thoir invariable roply is : "Oh, thoso tho currency. Thero ecoms to bo al- countries havo no stablo government. ways moro general fear of Congrcsional Prosperity is impossible so long as indistrict .cutimentwhou tho money issuo dustry nud commerco nro nnsettled by is at stako than any othor. and yot frequent political revolution", which moro prominent pnblio mou havo been mako lifo nnd property insecure." relegated tc private life for giviug This explanation of tho backward hcod to this foar inlead of following stnto of many of tho n tho dictates of thoir businoss judg- ropnblios is doubtless to somo extent ment, than through any othor siuglo foundod on facts. Hut tho frjo coin-ag- o causo. ndvocatos do not seem to undor-st-in- d Tho proposition to issno bonds to thacin phowing how tho bad pay tho indobtodnoss of tho govern- effects of unsettled trado conditious ment represented by tho legal tender retard progress in othor (countries, issues is ono of tho questions of tho thoy nro giviug the best of reasors class which dcmindd courage, and for condemning tho t nud which, if treated purely politically, fiat money dollar agitation in this will, unless past history is reversed, country. Ever sinco tho fohomo for disposo of a number of present lead- nnlimitod free coinage, becamo nn ers. Those evidences of debts ought issuo in politic?, tho believers in sound to bo paid becauso they aro now and currency havo protestod that tho have been under existing circumstances threat to adopt a systom whioh would more expensivo to maintain than tho givo us tho silver stnudnrd nnd drive payment of interest on bonds for their our gold out of tho country, was infunding would be. A close calcula- juring busiuoss and causiug great loss tion shows that tho Government would to both employers aud employed. Tho havo been moro than S30.000.000 bet- possibility that debts contracted on u ter off than now if en January 1, 1879, basis of ono hundred cents to the tho greenbacks had been paid by tho dollar, might bo mado pnyablo in silissuing of thirty-yea- r i per cont. ver dollars worth but fifty cents, has bond?. Thus thero is nothing in the kept many owners of capital from inargument that this, being n vesting it in various branches of inbearing dobt, should thcroforo dustry in which their money was be delayed of paymont. greatly needed. Iho withdrawal of Again, thoy bIiouUI bo rotired this capital has hampered manufacthrough payment becauso uuder exist- turing and trade, has holped to mako ing laws whenovcr there is disturbance interest higher, and for lack of it fewer in our business world tho ombarmss-inon- t men havo uceu cmployn I, ana wages is mado twofold greater by rea- have, therefore, been lower. This is son of tho doubt of tho proper pay- all ns certnin as thnt mon will not ment by the Government of theso de- Undertako largo enterprises in a counmand curronoy obligations and tho try in which thero i a danger tint taking through them of gold from tho their property may bj confiscated by Government for export. It is absurd on arbitrary government. that tho Government should bo the It ought to bo evident to nny ono ono source of supply for tho gold that who will look as impartially on tho af all pcoplo want. fairs of this nation as on thoso of ano It is now such nnd will other country, tbat wu.itevur tonds to to bo such until thero is crcnto doubt in mon's minds ns to n radical ohango in cur currency sys- their reaping tho full reward of their tem. Tho banks will not, as formerly, labor, must discourngo industry and supply tho amounts necessary for the check tho growth of wealth. If tho reason that they know what tho ulti- danger bo ono of political rovolution, mate result of pursuing tho present with war and bloodshed, tho injury currency policy will be. Tho skilled will bo vory great. If it bo one of n business man who cares nothing for financial rovolution, with tho repuditho effect politically wishos tho de- ation of debts nnd loss of gold noces-Birmand obligations of the government for commorcinl purposes, tho paid becauso ho knows that as tho effects on industry will bo lossmarkod, matters 6tand thoyuro a source but will still be of great importance. of cheapening to American credit and This country has long had a stable tho withholding from us of largo sums government, nnd lifo und property nro of monoy which otherwise would ceek in no dancer from nnnod revolutionAmerican investment. ists. But thero can bo no question This is ro serious a Bide of tho mat- thatmauy peoplo aro seriously nlnrmed ter that the cost of iutorost on the over tho threat of freo filver, nnd mo umount of bonds to pny this curtailing their businoss operntions debt is as nothing compared with it. for fear that tho basis of our great log-islatiLitin-Amorica- AGITATION. fifty-cen- non-intere- st Populists nrgo the fnrmors nnd workiugmen to support tho freo coin-ng- o candidates becauso tho lattor represent tho people who nro discontented with things iu general. This plea for tho votes ot tho classes would reooivo more attention if tho mon who mako it could point out nny possiblo way in whioh freo Mlvor would holp to iuiprovo conditions. Nobody supposes that ovorvthing in our institutions is tho vory best that can bo had, for this is a progressive ngo nud country, nnd progress consists in steadily improving upon old mothods. A party which forcos to tho front useful reforms furthers tho cause of civilization. lint n movement lileo thnt of tho freo coinago ngitators, whioh is fouud-con bliud discontent without intelligent knowledge of the causes of in sooiety or tho real remedy for them, is distinctly in its nature. To propose, as silverites do, to benefit people who aro poor by robbing other, by upsetting tho basi:i of the country'n business luterests or by bringing on financial panic, bankruptcy and poverty, is a very queer wav of aiding tho discontented. If tho blind load tho blind, both will fall into tho ditch of national ruin. Far better would it be if tho pcoplo who nro diasntisllod simply st lid where thoy nro. To folio tho falso guides ot fria silverisrn nud fiat monoy woul 1 ouly incrouso tho evils of which thoy complaiu. It is probably true that n wiso is tho motive powor of human progross. Ignorant or colfish discontent which rushes into iahmio of repudiation nnd unsound currency is tho greatest bin lr.iuco to prosperity. Tho American pjoplo aro wiso onoujh to know that n pnrly of kickers wuo hnvo nothing better or ns g)od to offer for tho money system they nro trying to tear down is not fit to bo d d nutl-pooinl dis-couto- nt Action Taken by Vnrloui Hoards of 'I'm do. n Tho National Hoard of Trado in nt Washington, January 29, at Homo length tho report of tho uommittoo to which had been tho several resolutions bearing upou tho mony nnd curronoy question submitted by n number of tho constituent bodies of tho board. Tho report RUtos thnt tho enmmittoo finds the unfoituuntu conditious which existed omi year no to bo substantially unchanged, nud that "in tho of tho National Hoard ot Trade, tho establishment of n sound, systom stablo nnd oflloient ninuel-iris essential to tho restoration of confidence nnd tho prosperity of our inson-siodJs-cusso- '.l jmU-mo- ions in susli n svstom should includo. tho rcliof of tho government by tho retirement and cancellation of tho legil tender notos, un or afo nnd propor condition) ns to timo nnd method; nlso provlsioa for the revision nnd otteii"i(iu of llm national banking system uuder conditions which will maintain our monetary standard nud pcou'c to the country a safo and ample currency to take piano of tho notes so retired." Tho report was adopted by a voto of 13 to 9. The bo.ud of tralo of Chicago at, its nn mini meeting on Januiry 14' ndoptcd the following resolution : Il'Molvcd, Thnt tho board of tra to of th etiyot Cnttkijo, In nnmril hereby pjtltlons lln Cicrn of tho dustrial interest, nnlsuch restoration is an immediate and urgent duty of Congress; that the essential provis- mtli; iwwm-We- d, trusted. Virginia 'Against Tree Sllrcr. Tho Virginia IIouso by n voto of 19 to 37 rofuod to nsk Virginin's representatives in Congrejj to voto for tho Senate If substitute. Senator Daniel, of Virginia, is ns ns ho is eloquont ho will noto tint 19 to 37 is n hint tuat ho is not his state in n mutter of free silver. Ono by one tne ntutos in tho nnd middle west are serving just this sort of notice upon their freo Hilver Senators who grossly misrepresent them. Now l'ork World. frze-coinngo as-tut- Untlii.l Mlntei to nt ono nnn-- t iniah levlsU- -, tlon as m y bo ne,:ntury to wr lmmmlly re--1 ttrt nti oaul nil Unlttfl Stntm notm (caIIM crvnlA?k.s) mi'l treasury note fcuJlnl Plmrman noun) In order to prevent (lKiatMr to buaina-- i an I to prtMurvtt tho honor of our country. of thes resolutions Thnt a to tint PnMiJent of tb Swistn nml( Sprtikor of lliu Mou - of ltprHliiUv.i nnd orteti Kentttor nmt KjnraitatntiTtf in Con-gru' from thL Stat . hjnt pj ) con-tinu- o repro-noutin- g Tho board of trado of New Hodford, Mass., on January 1 1, voted to adopt' tho report on tint nation's tlnancrs of Hon. William W. Crnpa, chairman of its committeo on publio hATum, nud to' fend n copy to tho state bourd of trade. Mr. Crnpo siya : Tho present condition of the natlon.il -y foraihiy exhibit tno vimmh nud of tho Mmu'-i'i- l syMttm unlr whleh wonrunctluc Th tsj-- r mti-'- lsmed by) thu Untti-- J Hlritw, an I whioh ih KHTrn-- ', Imlnprfiitoot of maul la illrvojly rott-t!l'- , national I Hint not Hr uiition, onltluK of, leirrtl tamler Krnb',k trmtury notes utnlnr thn Hbnrman not nn )1 nil I sllrr nt;.;rKati about IJ,'K)0.0 0, Tho k'ovurnmtnt lint un.!rtittcn t lewp this' amount of iteraAnl not In ilreuUtlon ns) moimy, nnd to maintain thn noun par with. troo-ury Iniv!-qun- J y o nt, 1 to-da- y nee-eesar- y financial system will be changed from its present basis, to tho standard of Peru nnd Every nrgument to show that order nnd stability in tho institutions of tho Cent rnl nud South American republics would make tbo peoplo of those countries moro prosperous, will apply just as Btrongly to our noed for au that wo th til havo peace aud order in tho financial world. And tho only way in which disorder aud panic can bo prevented is by tho peoplo feuding to Coincrens representatives who aro pledged to wipe out every vestigo of liatism nnd other tchouies, nud onnct laws putting our finances on u sound and permanent footing. ohenp-mono- Only n Palliative. Tho heavy nnd widosproad Btibrerip-tiou- i to tho new loan cannot help having n good iniluenco ou tho geuernl Kolit. ROM Th' rrTrt of 510003.000. whlohi busiuoss situation of tho country, nnd wns iltnil Miftlan-a- t for thw pnt'eotlon of, - tJISOW.OOO in that improvement tho iron nnd al- tinto b vrnh"M. wnn ttm nl l I b.irlia of eertlll--atlied trades must huvo their share. Few lvir b.il on it. T.ie rmult l Isa oon-- ; aro likely to forget, however, that it u f ire upon mcrelv a palliative and not n euro for rtnntly illmlnWnln.- - rwwrvtf, wh on has Uvtin; by law the evils of the currency situation and I by tlrk-iwjot rnvnaue to moot c.ieap-silve- r tho financial position of tho govern- current rwllef undor Th onlv WIMntlon t China. ment, eo that business mou will take tli" bonds, peace, advantage of the better feeling in a tliruitiwhllu il) of n wblflh, mo! itnavold iblo m 1 is 1 InJI-rct- ly 1 nif.-mra- inti.f.i.t-tvnrln- prnt tc n-'- -y conservative spirit. Iron Ago. In v VO.W1 Intli-rtnlt- u oinus an rwp-tiiio- unit In- -' . y rwltMiptlon of th IikM tnUr notes rut I whn prwntail. nnl IhHr A Hint lo (ho Hve Silver Man. -lit, itppt-urthn fclmpiu nud natural way loiu Somo victim of tho statistical habit out w. thn tlifnti.ty. & fnre- - t uihM noioa, elr-ulnby eoi puis onco figured out that tho ogg crop of tlon In full jrrlulaw, nra tr juiryInto stnrut moK ni n t!-tho United Status is worth moro than wun rfjM ami asoftenJ to r i the output ol tho silver mine. Still, hi piAMtutet, nn I by menni of tho.n notrs trouwy furnish for thero has been no convention of hen tho pxch Hum Is ohlKl to of trade g aUbur. the au I I utaif- owners to insist tint the price of oggs lii-- h properly ilmoivm upon btulurs,' shall bo mado thirty five cuuta a doxeu rathi-- r th in niton tho tcJt'ern'nent. nppmniotNioii t i'it tho ruttn'mrnt of 'lhu tho year round nud that of tpring will Involvu n ointmo. Unlet Hint n chickens 31 by Congress. IndianapoMini of tli'i eurrjnov. thetvuy impalrta:; lis Journal. v.ilutu nna lmpi lliK is Kroiidtci. Tit Torns r.ly lm it ts Ii lu.n, THE SE.XA'IE'.S 1IAKI) 15 LOW. Prosperity. After tho wnils which went up from Colorado shortly nfter tho ropoal of tho purchasing clause of tho Sherman act, it is plcasaut to uoto tbo glow of satis. action which permeates tho Denver Timos as it points to tho im'provo-niont- s in tho manufactures and trado Tho of tho state during tho past estimates of tho total output of tho manufacturers of Oolorndo, mado uy tho Chamber of Commerce in April of tho past year, havo boon exceeded by 5 per' cent., while manufacturers throughout thestatuunticipnto a great improvement for 1890. Thero wus n largo increase in tho production of textiles in Colorado last year, the number of yards of cloth manufactured in 1893 bomg 8,11:1,721, compared with G.G93.122 for 1891. In tho dry goods jobbing trade conditions aro fiuid to bo still moro Batisfactory, tho percentago of improvements for tho business of 1831 running from 8 per cent, to 50 and oven 75 per cent. Failures, according to tho Timos, havo been rare. Wo hopo that Colorado will kcop on in this direction. Dry Colorado's y-n- J- - im JMs&s J -I k i7y( Iff Mvi fi If J Goods Economist. Tho Itcnl Disease. A lltisty Key. Tho farmers who havo been influenced by tho promiso that under free coinago they would ret moro money (for their crops would havo taktn no ittock in tho cheap niou"y movement liad they been told at the snino time that they would hnvo to pay at leust twico as much money for the things 'they need. That all trado is simply barter; that mon do not raiso wheat or make stoves in order to get money, but goods which they can use, is primary lesson in political economy which erery yoter should thoroughly 'tadtntaad, Thw ii not oat man in key or stay outside, According to Senator Jones, of Nevada, tho leader of tho silverito forces in Congress, "tho koy which unlocks tho storehouse of financial wisdo n is tho principle that the valuo of every dollar depends on the number of dollars out." If this theory be true it must follow that if in soniu mysterious way all tho money of tho country except ono dollar should disappear, tho entire property owned by tho peoplo would bo only worth that dollar. This is the absurd conclusion to whioh the idea that it is tho quantity of money whioh fixes prices leads. It is no won-do- r that the freo coinago agitators havo failod to understand tho currenoy question. They havo been trying to unlock tho storehouse of financial wisdom with a rusty key whioh doesn't tit. Thoy will either have to get anew other i8U9. Boston Herald, "Tho moro I havo studied this subject tho moro convinced I am that no peoplo aro possessed of perfect tools for tho transaction of their business until thoy havo a perfect system of circulating notes, Buoh ns wo ordinarily call bank notes. Thero is no doubt thnt in this country thero is great derangement in our curroncy. Thero is no doubt thero is just cuuso of complaint. People, ignorant nro Booking for remedies remedies which nro far worse than the disease. Hut disease thero is, aud I Leliovo tho ono thiug that man can do is to givo us a bank noto uystem us ntar to perfection as it can be brought, in order that men will havo this liquid kind of crodit to trans act their business Fomothing that we havo not, except in tho moBt imperfect degree, in this country; and I fear that until we have this, from timo to time, wo will havo a reenrrouco of thoso financial vagaries to cost us untold hundrods of millions of monoy in the future as thoy havo in the put." Hon..Charlei 8. Fairohild. . . liefer. &hal(-dolln- -7 m Never have tho silvor Senators put forth grontor efforts, than during the past few weeks, to arouio tt o Araorioui peoplo to a houmi of what thov havo to losej by tho n loptiou o'Jiilv?r ns tho standard ot v.i'ue. Bioivarl, Tillman and r othor Senaiors Lnvo blown into tho old Senato luug tester uutil thoy wero black and bluo in thoir faces with scnrcoiy n prejo tiblo result.' Popular opinion remains practically indul'oront to tnoir most frautiii efforts. Tho astonishing success of tho now government loan and the magnitude of tho subscriptions offered nt comparatively high prices afford tho .lest op- -' portuuity, sinco last fall'r diction, of testing tho soutiment of the country on' tho silvor question. If tho thirty-yea- r four percent, bonds sold nro to be paid in gold thoy nro worth about 110. If thoy nro to bo paid in Hilver thoy are fworth perhaps CO or CO. Thoy sold nt nn" averago prico of about 11H.I The faot tbat sub.scriptions enough wero oflorod to purchase $3UO,000,Oo6l worth of bonds at on nvorago price of about 110 attests tho little faith that' business men have in rhe ability of the cheap monoy poop'o to delude tba American people until thoy will vote to lower tho standard of value. Free silver .will not soon recorer from the blaok eye whioh it reeeiTed o jGflviuKry viu, J ' ty W TUB HERD OK Corn, oats and clover hay, delivered never faced a judge and jury before and Interior Journal any plnco in town. Higgina A McKln- tho experience seemed to give him a cold Gaiiden BOUllH. Ornic k llocker Ccah ney. sweat. He couldn't tell hiB story nt all, My Breeder! were winded from tnt beat herd, DnipKists of this famous breed of iwme In lereral different fn3kkHkVLHikBMMlflkkkkkm 31 aiicii 0, 189G Danks' display of watches, all of which though whenalouo with his attorney he Statei. A iplendid lotol pigi of ditlfrent Ky., 8tanfori, A. 0 Laflin ia rejoicing over tho ar- are running, attracts nearly every patsor badmadoouta most plausible ense for for alo. lired tows a ptOalt. Satisfaction tho amount he claimed. Seeing that be guaranteed. Corrt ipondence solicited. Addreti rival of n fine boy. by to his window. HRONAUGIf , could do nothing and provo nothing, tho E. C. Walton, business Manager Crab Orchard, Kf. Latest cud'Unka and studs for goutlo' Five stock hogs weighing about 100 colonel nskod that tho suit be dismissed men at Drinks', tho Jeweler. ' pounds each wore stolen from Mr. A. M, without prejudice, preferring that to per Wk ato tcmi)orirllv without n watcti emptory instructions for tho defendent Fnisii supply of Ziegle's shoes, the Pence's pen Monday night. ropnlror, ljut during his absence your seemed inevitable. His request was city, thor- best on the market, at W. II. Shanks'. rejiHir wotK will te ceiii to tlm The latest thing in hats can now be hb oughly and accuratuly dononnd returned granted. They Never Disappoint. A trial is Havk vou seen those Percale shirt found at Shauka'. Soft and still liAta in to VOII MllhUlll hiiv vxitii cIihtko. I''u-uy'Some 20 odd men and boys from the " great variety nt the correct prices. DniR and Jowolry Storo. waists at 40c, 75c, DSc, $1 25, atSeveranco all I ask. Klngsville section were brought over & Son. . Tuesday to be examined by the grand Wk iniiBt insiut on those indebted to PERSONAL POINTST T Zihoi.kii BhoeB aro stylish, comfortable, us settling at once, ns wo are anxious to jury bb to Illegal liquor selling there, but Mn. 0. K. Ranbom, of Onlo, is the rupbI durable. A new lino just received at close our buainuoa and must du it. thoy wero the "ignorantest" Bet that were And Hogus Repairs. of Mr. Luvi MycrH. over called to testify. "Nobody knowed HuglusATato. Shanks'. WedK. 0. Denny went to Loulsvi'Io VANARSDALE, Ky. nothing.' nnd no indictment wns found, Lanihihtii'h garden seeds in bulk and The wenther has beeu fair for several though one of tho men told us niter- nesday to dispoao of hia tobacco. paper. Best in tho world. W. B. days, with tho wind mainly in the eaet, wards that if the jnry had asked hitn Mkh. J. It. IIaii.ky, o( Morcer, is visitpresaging the rain that the signal service about brandy he could hnve told someing liHr aimer, Mrs. J. 0. McOlnry. (Uit. W. I. UtfNsiTT. of the 0. S , wao promises, with rising temperature Fri thing. "Thoy only asked nbout whisky," Coal sold for cbhii or exchanged for all day. in court. hero ytnttirdnjr as n kinds of irrain And feed. J. 11. Baugh-masiid ho, "anil I didn't let on nbout tho Miih. M. !:. Lonunnd littlo daughter, & Co. Siiootino. Robert Purdom, merchant brandy." One of tho witnesses got to Beside, returned to Loniavlllo yeaterday. at Rollins, was shot, perhaps fatally, by drunk during tho dav that he had to to Nkw York seed potatoes, onion eats, Mnn. A. A. McKinnky went to Gliica M. W. Penn, brother of Detective W. W. placed on tho cooling board in jail to millinery and garden seeds of all kinds in bulk and IVuti. Purdom was arrested nnd will sober up. KO Tuesday to buy linrHprinu Misfl'lm Hb.nti.ky, of Livingston, Ib packages. Wnrren Shanks. have his examining trial at Danville on W. B. Johnson sued trie Cincinnati with MlwiNulllo Orndorir for a low dnya I iiavk just received a Hue line of fresh the 11th. Southern for $1,000 damages, becauBe the JuikikO. H. McDowkll and Itobert candied in both French Hud plain kooiIh. The Louisville gamblers are said to conductor took him to Eubanks, when HardltiK we.ru anions tho vIsltfiiK lawyers Come in nnd try poiiih. John II. Meier. have touched tho Richmond sports for ho wanted to stop at Wnynesburg. The yeeterdav. conductor swore that ho didn't show We have just received a full line of "the old reliable" Oliver ChillA oiiKAT deal of interesting informa- $2,000 and left without even saying goodMit. S. I). VanPki.t, ex'poatwaster oj himself till after thoy hnd passed the staed Plows and Repairs. Also the Bucher & Gibbs Imperial Steel and Wednesday to tuMlfy tion on the currency and other matters bye. A couple struck thi town some tion, but the jury thought that Danville, wbs here the railwill be found in tho two extra pages time since, from the same city, but it is Chilled Plows and Spike Tooth Harrows. Full line of Hames, Colin a ensn in court. road company wouldn't mind paying JoO said that they hardly bad enough to get lars, Chains, Single Trees, Double Trees, &c. Mn. 0. J). I'owki.!,, of Lancaster, ws that we send with this issue. homo on after our boys had shorn them. on n $1,000 clnlm and bo nsseseed. hero Tuesday niht on his way to louis-TlllTho suit of Engineer T. G. Hedges drenching a horse a few days Wiiilk to buy Roods. W. 11. Tkaylok, of the EJgewood agninst the McKinney Canning Co. for ago George Lunsford, of tho Hanging jAMrs Hoy, th clever C. S. fluent at v, has increased hiB business to such leBs than $100 for wgeB, occupied the Fork section, had one of his shoulders Kinenville, hao been practicing in the dislocated. Dr. VV. II. an exit nt that it is necessary now for court the most of tho day yesterday. Tho O'Baunou was t nvo both a storekeeper and gang-o- company claimed that be had been paid circuit court thin week. Kent fur nud rendered necessary atten- him MishKttaMay Jonkh is vlHititiK her tion. Me makes 100 gallons of whisky daithrough Supt. Wm. Chesterfield, who Mr. and Mis. Jhiih-ly bi I e)ri tho best of it is that it is all hold an order from him, which Hedges Tiik McKinney Canutug Co. has Uoocli. in tho West Kud. eo'd oefore it is made. W. O. Owsley is saya he never gave. The jury found for contrarted for about 100 acrea of who haa been Misu I.ii.lik i'eton, storekeeper and Miku Salter id gauer the plBintifT after able nnd exhaustive visltinR Mr. A. K. Gibbons in Danville, tomatoes and before planting time a good and they nre as fine a pair, Mr. Traylor arguments by J. B. Paxton for HedgeB If you get to our house in the next two weeks. We proprose to tunny more will be engaged. Tho comreturned homo yesterday. and Judge J. "W. Alcorn for the defend8yp, as over got together. pany, having profited by ilH experience make the welkin ring with Low Prices. We are determined to come LkTciuu ()bi.ky, Kmj , a leal light Ykstkhijay whs u busy day with Rev. ant. of last year ought to, and will do well from Lancaster, was hero yesterday, sie-a- ii Tho case of G. W. Cofley vs. W. S. to the end. Now is the time for all cash buyers. this sessou. B. B. Manouy. Besidts attending to after bid crm in the circuit court. Wiisham for $400 was on trial at adjourn resiMn. W. J. Yaoiu and wife, of LouisA tiny miesion worker sends us the hia insurance business bo sold bis ment. Main street occupied by ville, are spending a few days with Mrp. following: The littlu Grade Wharton dence on West CHURCH AFFAIRS. Yager's mother, Mrs. Hettiu McKlnney. MtHsionary Baud meets at our tioune Sat- Mr. J. J. McRobertstoMr. U.S. Withers Mrs. W. H. Kihhy and Miss Mattie urday afternoon, from 'J until 6. We for 2,7')() nnd bought of .Mrs. Lizzie Hev. J. T. Sharrard will preach at and building ocThompson wero called to Memphis Tiif8 will havo candy pulling nud games nnd Uockor tho store-rootho Christian church Sunday morning diy by the illneas of tho latter's brother plas of dllierent kinds. All children cupied by Craig A Hocker for on A Chalk Talk on Foreign Missions. of this city aro invited to come and bring Tho sates will not interfere with the At night special services by tho Ladies' Mifcs tSi'MB Lami.by will go tip to Richmond todav to stand the civil service ex- n nickel to help grow our missionary present occupants of tho building. Missionary Society. All cordially in- What do you want ? If its Shoes, Clothing, Dress Goods, White amination for a clerkship under the funds. I would like for vou to make lloo Killino Doos. A little before vited. Goods, Embroideries, Laces, Bed Comforts, Lace Curtains, Hosiery, mention of this In your next itsuo nnd noon yesterday Mr. J. M. McRoberts government, An association of IS Baptist minisGloves, or whatever it is Mkmpkb celebrated bis ob.ige. Mary VanArsdale. Mayoh J.N. heard a noise in his hog yard and going ters protested against men holdina such views, being teachers or principals in with i.lrOidnv Wednesday bv filvlnif a Tiik deadly folding bed came near to it, found threo dogs eating at one of denominational institutions of learning diunorat which a number ol his relatives ecoriug another victim Tuesday night. his fine I) ii roc gilts, which they had ns thoso of Rev. J. X. Picstrige, presiworo present. AdDr. Lee F. Hutrman, of Lexington, rests nearly killed. Ho hunted around and dent of Williamsburg Institute, who vocates alien immersion and free comW. W. Powkll, manigerof the Padu-ca- h weary boms after tho day's toil on finally got a gun from Dr. Cox, which munion. Building Trust Co'a loan department, his one of the man traps and on retiring he succeeded in firing after awhile and Ttie Cincinnati Commercial Gazette And it goes, for ve are determined to wind up this business. Come' was hero Tuesday and placed several failed to properly adjust the mechanical killing the smallest of the dogs, the oth- BayB that Kov. Q. W. Perryman celebratand see fo,r yourself. thousands of dollars. arrangement and the bed closed up, pin- er, a hound, which ho did not recognize, ed tho 7th anniversary of his pastorate of Mu. K. R. OiiknaULT is now at Neva-da- , First Baptist church at Newport the ioning him head downward. His wife escaped, nnd the third proved to be the Sunday when amoni; other things he Mo., where ho is slowly but surely large, black Newfoundland of Mr. A. G. atated that during his pastorate he bad tried to axtricate him, but could not. getting on his feet again after serious ta When help came and tie whs rescued it Eastland. Mr. McRoberts went to him preached 1,101 sermonp, had admitted financial reverses readily, on looking at the dor, 435 persons into membership, nearly all was found he was iu n serious condition and he Mim Lizr.is Grain, tho handsome preached more than from mull of blood to the head, but soon consented for Mr. McR. to kill him and by baptism, and had young lady who has been visiting her revived. said ho would pay for a third of the val- 300 funerals. Tho Christian Women's Board of cousin, Mrs. J. 8. Rice, for a month, rehog. A war of extermination Missions will hold an interesting meeting Tiik Lincoln County Medical Society ue of tho turned to Cave City Tuesday. of all suspected dogs ought to be waged at tho Christian church Sunday night. In ordering his paper chanced from met at Dr. J. G. Carpenter's ollice Tues- at once. The program is as follows: Cincinnati to UloominKton, III., Mr. J. day and hold a very interesting meeting. Music. Scriptural Reading. Music. McKinney. An old gentleman was Prayer. Music Selections of Scripture. L. Deckelmann adds that he has secured Dr. W. J. Edmiston, of Crab Orchard, read b paper on Bronchitis, Acuto and visiting friends here tills week, who has Solo, Misi Nora Mnreland. a good position at the latter place. good long Paper, Mrs. A. D. Root. of Oorbin, Chronic, and n discussion followed on been in this country a pretty Mkssrs.J. A. McRoiibhth, Solo, Miss Clara Mershon. having first seen tho light nenr M. McGuire, of that subject In which most of the doctors time, Jatnea Uenwick and W. Recitation, Miss Ethyl BeHzley. whom be now lives Oct. 24, ISO!). He iB Scriptural Quotations. Jellico, and Capt. W. II. Howell, of Luh took part. There was an exhibition of Mr. Matthew McKinney and ho will soon Talk on Woman's Work in Missionp, anon Junction, wero hero attending couit pathological specimens and reports of several surgical operations that havo bo four score yearB nnd six. So remarka- Rev. J. T. Sharrard. this week. Music. Benedicton. and wife. been performed since the last meeting. bly well preserved is ho that ho has good Mr. GkorobS. to round out n full century Mr. W.T.Smith and wife, Mr. Tinsluy Tho next meeting will be at Crab Or- chance and many friends hope that ho will. NEW ADYKRT1SFMKNTH. Spoonamore and wife and Mrs.T. S. Par- chard on Tuesday, Mny 5th. Since 1831 ho hits lived where ho now wedding of Mr. and sons attended the tin BriiNKi). While Mrs. Samuel Bishop resides, near Mt. Salem. In 1S35 ho Mm. John Smith, of Garrard, Tuesday. of the TurnerHvillo section, wag in nn married Miss .Maria J. Burton and ns a n Mh.T. A. Rick received a telegram adjoining room attending to her domes- result of that union seven children, all from Superintendent of Transportation tic ntfairs Mnndav afternoon, MnttfnMny, excellent people and good citizens, surI will sell at public auction to the highest bidKvnns yesterdny telling him to report old daughter, got too close vive, viz: Gfcorge H. McKinney, A. B. der at my place near Hustonville, on her three-yea- r preparat his olllce in Louisville at once Ho to the fire place and (her drees caught. McKinney, J. J. McKinney, Win. 0. ed to go to work nt New Orleans. 1896 Her screams attracted Mrs Bishop's at- McKinney, Mis B F. Floyd and Mrs. A. The following property: t will leave thin morning. tention and when she found her child's L. Green, of this county, and Mrs. John 3 Brood Mares, 5 Broko Mules, Tiik Paris Kenluckinn Is thellrst paper cloth h inn blaze she wns horror stricken. Skinner, Oi .Missouri. In iSiO ho marNo Fancy Prices. This tells the story about our brand new line of to get Miflfl Jennie Duncan Wnrren's a One She had enough presence of mind, how- ried Mies Maria Fuget, who is still living ling, Gelding, x of Picked Corn, and all i ofyearmy oo Harrrla namo correctly, bat Craddock is nlwajB ever, to extinguish Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing. If yor are hard to fiit we can tho .llames, but uot to cheor bis Inst dayB. For many years Farming Implement. ". up to Biiuir whoa w ritiug about the ladiep. lermi. Sumiol $10 and under cah; over that until the little thing wns badly burned Mr. McKinuey followed the tanning bus- amount a credit of oodayi with interest on notci fit you. Call and see. Tho old man must have met lier mr no about tho fnco and body. Mrs. Bishop's iness and afterwards went to farming, al nan. and payable t the Hustonville Nation and eays she is one or tho most popular vialt-u- hntuls wero severely d burned in her effort which he still fallows. Ho has been a Tcrmi mult be compiled witn oeioro property pleasant young ladieB that has ever r. .m. lunnuii, ta savo her child. Tfm latter wbs doing member of the Baptist church for an av. is 2remoed Hustonville, Ky. Paris. m..fm Marciarkt Portbu and Nellie wellnt last accounts nnd her doctors eragolife time and thoso who know him No. 2917. Young, of Louisville, havo been horo a think sbo will not bo greatly disfigured. best aro loudest in hia praice. REPORT OP THE CONDITION fawdajsin tho interest of Gresham'a Uarroo. Telling of tho death of Circuit Court Tuesday this august Biographical Cyclopedia of Kentucky. George Harrod, who ! filled Ben Costigan tribunal wrestled with the case of Jack THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE and atTnoy aro exceedingly winaome full of bird shot nonr Moroland, the Lex- Goode for $100 damages against R. II. OF HUSTONVILLE, tractive and usually succeed iu securing ington Herald says: From the time that Logan (or having his mule levied on for a subscription to tho f 18 book, when ho was picked up on tho; roadside nt 9 a debt of Ida brother, Bowen Goode. Ho In the Stato of Kentucky, at tho close of business Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Prices they once attack a man. Feb. aS, 1S06. o'clock Saturday night by tho old negro proved hia property, tho jury but on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, RESOURCES, CITY AND VICINITY. wagon driver, until ho brenthed his laat thought ho wanted just $95 mora than $09,463 47 Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a and discounts Loans 5. The Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. Mbn's clothing from $2J to f 15 a suit at nt tho hospital, his sufferings wero terri- ho deserved and gave him 4 1,914 in a first class Lumber Yard, and by full htock of every thing found ble to witness. Between bis hemorrhag- judgment is small but they say the coBts U S. llonds to secure circulation Shnnks', l,5 es, which accompanied vomiting spells, are $50 at least. 1,000 00 selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than House, furniture and fixtures. have Hankinc. Plow Rear of all kinda at Warren & his mind would wander back to bis lit7'4 7 finally adjourned Tues- Due Irom National Hanks Hankers.... 4,874 75 ever been offered here. The grand jury Shanks'. tle Lincoln county home and ho would day, after finding SI indictments, strange Due from Stato Banks andagents M.SSS 18 Due from approved reserve Wiiitb eeed oata for sale. J. H. Baugh' try to toll tho Bisters somothing to tell to say not ono for violation of the liquor Checks and other cash Items i S4 his threo motherless children a girl 13 laws, when heretofore most of the in Notes ol other NaL Binks 3,JI5 00 man A Co. ' years old, and two sons aged 8 and 10 dictments havo beon for that offense. Fractional paper currency, nickels and Bia line of plowB nnd wagons at Fan is 7 39 ceuts years. Few sentences, however, were Among tho true bills found were ono 00 Specie A Hardin's. ,S 00 ia,ai5 00 t ever completed. The fearful pains against Fred P. Bishop for willfully and Legal tender notes. 1,000 Dankb, tho Jewetor, wantB your watch, would come back again and agonizing maliciously ehooting at Thomas Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer ;6a so clock and jewelry ropairs. 5 per cent, of circulation moans would put an end to the message one against William Hubbard for ' Ho had same offense against R. H. Logan and Total. for 10 which wna never finished. $148,684 24 Chamhbb aetB at reduced prices nothing to leave hia orphan children, ono against Francis Paco for shooting at dayBRtFarriBAHardin'B. LIABILITIES. and made no reference to their future MrB. John Adams. O. G. Waro will have Capital stock paid in $50,000 00 prices, welfare. Tho faithful dog which 23,000 00 BAMrLK lot saddles at wholesale never to answer, for obtaining money under Surplus fund 1,568 01 & McKinney'a.. left bia master's side until taken from false pretense from Elder J. G. Living-aton- , Uudivided profits at Higglna o,9J3 00 National Bank notes outstanding tT him at tho hospital, nnd tho pistol with and ThomaaGill and Thomas Lewis Due toother National Hanks. 5,946 79 vory hand- II. 0. Rowv la receiving a 2,205 54 Diiltlnos. Call in which ho had killed himself, were bis for disturbing roligious worship at Cof- Due to State Hanks and Hankers i a -i- some nno oi only posaeBsiong. Tho first he said ho fey's school-hous55.'3 9 Sam Curtis and four Individual deposits subject to check . and get first pick. wanted given to bin brother-in-la4148,684 24 Bill other Walnut Flat uegroeB wero indicted Total constantly on hand cannel Johnson, nnd the pistol to Amos Polk. for banding and confederating together I. J. W. llocker, Cashier of the above named Wb have cooking Both men live in tho knoba near MoroBank, do solemnly swear that the above statement and bituminous nut coals for against Maiftm Miller. is true to the beat of my knowledge and belief. A Co. land Station. He persisted to the last purposes. J. H. Baughman Col. Welch is about aa fruitful of J . V. HOCKEK, Cashier. i that be shot Costigan for attempting to as the next man, but he got Subscribed and sworn to beloru me this 4th Guaranteed to give Satisfaction or no sale. ' that tho Mutual assanlt bia daughter, Georgia The Advocate Bays Ann, and knocked completely out in ono round, davol Mai.. 1806. J. II. HOCKER, N.P. L. C. Newark, H.Brown, Benefit Life Inaurance Co., of tinr name was the last tin liraaflm.l UU in Rsuit lor $1,500 Tuesday, and by his Directors. Ed Alcorn. paid the policy of 13,000 help I"" N. J., has man badi T.J. Robinson, own witness, the plaintiff. The by J. Owsley Evana. New shirt WBlntBtMn nt Danka'. BLUR-GRAS- S 3 - 'mi-Week- ly SfSHED It. II. HOGS. "i Genuine Oliver Plows. u Bewar of Imitations J. K. Stanford, Mc-Robe- rls. ltn-B- 8 t m o ilia-till- W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. . r. KtHnd-pareiit- s, dy You Are Lucky m 00. This Stock Shall be Closed Regardless of Results. m WE HAVE IT. HUCHES & TATE New Clothin it Oari-hnth- m PUBLIC SALE. Wednesday, April i, New Styles, New Prices. No Old Goods, No Old Styles. nei-tlnbl- o ... SEVERANCE & SON. Reduction In Prices A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. 1 HOUSE Ken-dric- k, - KEEPER'S FRIENDS;! fc - -- :.. ojk The Improved Favorite Washing1 Machine and the Favorite Churn. e. w, SOLD ON TRIAL ' HIGGINS & McKINNEY. KSSSMWVV .!";a--i.- i iAIU i .1 w if ,f , ,J Hi- - i'" ' S ' f -- . !- -f - miUKwa 4 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journp AT fabllaned Every Tuesday and Friday Memories or an Old Kentucky Home. My soul, thou wilt dream the world is fair, . And the spirit will sigh to roam, And thou mutt ko. but never wbtle there, Forget the light ot home. The days are as bright as ol old time, Hut a thought of mother comes ThH saddens the lad time And I -- BIG LINE OF J. F S. OWSLEY, JR., A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, PLOW GEAR, B.A RNBSS, Is a candidate for Ccng'ess in this, the Eighth District, subject to ths action ot the Democratic tarty. 83 ISSR YHLA.lt IX ADVANOH CVWben not sopaid An .& jTJSxwS, Stanford, Ky. Uullding UlfrrLW the Owsley 32.60 1 will be charged."; eturnlng K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. long for homo, sweet homo SADDLERY, &c. Bricklayer & Stonecutter Stanford, Kontucky. Ouaranters lar. Trices reasonable. First-Class Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in Train Uavo Stanford 7:15, a. m. t 4:3a p. in. The mornings are as rosy as ever, Uuttho rose fiom hrr check has fled, And the sunshino still is golden, nut It Ulls on a silvered head. All Kinds and at Lowest Prices. TO THE liADIISS expe-rlenci. I L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. m work In every particuHas had 13 years' 91 3m Ko. m, Train going North No, ti. Ko. 13, " South " No. , fc ...... QUEEN J CRESCENT. & "6 ti ljp m m 3 15 ..n 04 p m p ni j 1 1 The memories 1 will hide 'neath the willows, Whin the day is low in the west, Where the sunbeams can not full them, Nor ths winds disturb their rest. To many a fond remembrance My thoughts are bakV ward east, As I sit by the open window And recall the faded pat. For all along the windings Of the ever moving years, Lie wrecks of hopes and purpe.se That I behold through tears. And of all of them the tad Jest That is thus brought back te mind, Makes holy that dear old homestead In n far and Southern laud. Of a olce that on earth Is silent, Of a face that is seen no more, Of a spirit that faltered never In the struggle of days now o'er. Call and sec them. J. W. COOK, J W McOlNNIS, Inchargepauit shop. In cliarg maiming shop, FAKRIS & HARDIN. BUY THE OLD RELIABLE THOMAS Y. SHAW, UANVILI.K, KV lowest. Elegant line Linens and Kmbroidery Material. MISS LtCCIK nKAZLkY. Stanford, Ky Now goods of the latest styles Juit received. Call In and see tho Urgist and best assorted line ever brought to Stanford Prices as low as the THE F. RILEY D. HOUSE Kentucky. TRANK RII.CY, Trains pan Junction City as follows: No, South 1 37 a m No a North ,..3 cS p m 2.06 am " 4 " ..1 46 p ro " j " ..... i o m S " ...3- S am ..... 840pm ,.6 00 a ro " 10 9 " Notk. Not. j and 6 and 9 and to run no fur- her than June tun City, nor on Sunday. - The Vulcan Chilled Plow. Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Right. t Builder and Dealer in All Kinds of Carriages. London. Krpal'ing 1 niLBY. Proprietor, - - - Ground Work il nc and warrant I have moved to my titw Hotel and am bettar e 10 rlvtf saliilacticn. AH work done hm roiuited, All accounts due when work Is do- - jrcparsd than ever to accommodate the public. r, Osod Liveryattachod and .very convonienc vcieu. 1 our nairuusce suiuii.c. 00 Give in a call. a Specialty P0YAl ISP !' SI'RIN 1 AND SUMMKR. n We Guarantee this Plow in Every Respect. It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you, don't keep it. Something to Beautify the Ladies. Splendid Farm For Sale Or pictured And a lucely grave Forever and ever to me, From a knoll near that old homestead. Over the field not far away. s Ths dearest spot oa earth Is home, sweet home. On home, sweet home. to me W. H. WEAKEN & CO. I've learned to look with lover's eyes There, how charmed iene ol hearing, There, where love Is so endearing, All the world Is not so cheering As home, sweet home Dally oper.inmg New Mats, flowers aad laccsl We give the assmance tc ttv trade that thay wil find in our establishment the same ciclutlventtt n style of patterns, hats aad bviiuvta and all the On piklw miles Kstt ol lluitonville Con Waiting novelties In Millinery lor nhuh we arc tains known throughout the country. I ha.eaecured a ftrst'clats trimmer for thctra-son- . Thanking you lor past favors, we respect fully solicit your patron.ge heretofore so literally Well Improved and in an rseeltert nrlghbarhcwxl Land lies well. Will emhsiic fcr a sui.llcr or a M 1) DUllIlhRAK bestowed. place in thlior anr KATE IU'DDRRAR. Maragrr. cojnty in tho State or would take a clean stock of groceries and hardware In part pavinent 111 some ifire town, or will sell for part cash balance In five yean' time or longer if desired, lor further particulsrs call on or addreis, Jj. I). KUNNKUV. I Huslonvllle, Ky. 8J" Exchange. 140 Acres of Fine JLnud, cho.r W. S. POWDER Absolutely Puro.t A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. ROYALBAKING POWDER CO., 100 Wall Street. Now York. te BTJHRCH, Attornoy at Law, - - UNDERTAKING BY- - ! Stanford, Fannie. OfCceon l.ancaitcr Mi l, oppoxte House Collectieiis rcvnvc especial attention Kentucky. DR. th Con fS It W. B. psinrsr, a day, Or an evening without a morning, And the darkest hour, as the Proverb goes, Is the hour before the dawning. I found my wife in his embrace iiehind the screen. He rained hot kisses on her face They thought unseen. There wts neicr a night without jr. c. isrcXiARir -- Tin: iiusTLiNt; ism-ranc- man, M. "W". JOH1TSOIT, Ocut?st, ;; J. : T. : STTTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Offers his services o tne pcple ot West Linrull stock of Comni coln and Casey Counties, and Caskets always on hand. D. ti. Carpenter, Manager. g$ My jealous heart rose up la might, Hut full of jsy, I did not care, ho hid tho right, He w our baby boy. (CONCIXDBI) PROM LAST I6SUK.) Practical Trimmer, Embalmer And Funeral Director. Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. : U'ho repreenu the Old Iteliablt Michigan Mutual Life Insuranre Cn , rf Detroit Mich, can write you all the moi laverable punt ot Iniur Office on Main Street, Opposite the ancc. He a.10 tepro-ni- . lh old reliable Central Tobacco W.ithuuk of I r inn lilt. Ky , and will be clad to have a liberal share of your patronsge, Will tc leady to cooler all the Isvort that can tie given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advance inents inadxen consijcnmrnts, both in the wrr-heuI will be at Manford every and country ........Proprietors of....... court day. I'aitirs wanUtig hcvhiU, priies or menev should aeklrest m at l'aint Lick, Ky, I'ramptattentloa guarauiced 6gin STANFORD, KY. te Stanford, : Ivy. I'ost-Otfic- e GEO. B. COOPER, Livery mid Feed Stable. TURNOUTS H,i BILL NYE, HUMORIST. EGGS AND POlgLY&W., t - We Sliiptlient to u. Wcnre In n lKWltion to make Iturtidcxlly to your aa Unrig ti elt. avail handle every thing raised on a farm cm conn iNsiou t.o if v on joitrtelf of our services We do mi iriineii-- i Iwinrx art-- t hae muir 'mvr thau other houses. Correspondence Invited. 4'rltc currciiU mailed lire on applUotiuii HERNDON-CARTECO. (incorp'd), The Leading Commission Merchants, 313-31- 0 Murrell Court find 110 Third Stroot, LOUISVILLE, KY W. W. Withers, td Wholesale and Retail" Dealer in Havlnr bought of V W (5rr-- hu Livery business and added new buggies aad Iwrss., w. sis pre ami so furnish FIRST-CLAS- S lie inn--- . p I If f ' Tr ' ? Or STANFORD, KY., Forty Liars," in 1833; "Baled liny," in it sow lull r orgtaued and resdy lor business wits lbSI; "Bill Nyo'H Blo-oRook," in Paid up Capital of - - 5200,000. 18S5;"Kum.irks," In isso. His first appearance ns it playwright wns Surplus, . HssssssssMflssssssssssL ,000. In 1601, when "Tho Cndl" was produced tho Union Fquaro theater, New York. nt sUCCKSSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, His latest effort in this lino was tho "Stag Party," In which ho collaborated with Now clociog up) with the same ats.le and undtt the same management. Pnul Pottor. jjy chatter, depositors During tho past dozen years' Mr. Nyo This Klcyant Chair for only S2.75 fully provisions ofaaItsate depositors In arc at protected National woriieu incessantly, not only as a writer, lianki, IU shareholders being held indivtduailt Uaoleto the eitent of the amount of their stock but as a lecturer, and althotiL'h ho wns Store Opposite St. Asaph Hotel. thtroin at the par value thtreol, id addition to tht during n groat jmrt of that tlmo under tho amount Invested In such shares. It may act as doctor'ri euro no ono who nwl his weekly executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully t sa individual. screed or hoard him poak from tho platTo those who entrusted their bulstuess to at form would have dreamed that ho was in whi.o mntglntf the Lincoln National llaak 31 STANFORD renllty a blck and suffering man. In ono Stanlord, w w here tender our many thanks and year his earnings from tho two wiuroes hum mey win couunu. to transact their butinu: lth us, ottering as agusiantce far prompt altte-uo- n FEMALE : COLLEGE. named amounted to f 10,000, nnd there nro to same, our twenty year' vspcti.nce ia very fow writers living whoso work comranking andas liberal accommodation, at arc STANK MID. KY. mands ns high a prloo as his did. It was with sound banking. to that long period of severe work nnd DIRaCTOHS. WILLIAM Sll ELTON. Pr.su'Mit. continunl travel that his death Is directly i J. WillUms, Ml Vernon, uuc, anu it is consoling to his friends and MRS NANNIES hAUFLhV. Lady I'lincinal. . H. Shanks, tilanford; encouraging to tho less fortunato members Miss Emms L Mnr'in, Pending J.S.Owsley, SUnford; Teacher in the of his profession to know that ho sucS J, Embry, Stanford, biudv Hall, ceeded In amassing comfortable fortune. Mus Mary Cowcn, A. G. Lanhas J. H Owsley, Stanfonl; John 0. CasUemao. Principtl at the Mtslc Tho family loft by thn humorist consists MRS. KDOAlt TV. N'VK. J.JF Cash, .Stanford, funny, but whon ho did perriotrnto n joko of Mrs. Nyo and four bright, pretty chil- Miss Mary 1. Harris. Principal of the DepartWilliam Oooch, Stanford; ments ol Art and Elocution, A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgevillt, It fceoined as if ho couldn't help doing it. dren, two boys nnd two girls. Mrs. Nyo was n western girl, tiud hho married her I holdom received a letter from him that W II. Cummins, Preachers ill husband when ho was In tho depths of Next Session wi 1 Begin Wednes- S. H.'.Shtnks, Protldeat, did not contain something that was poverty. In a burlajuo autobiographical irrobihllblo." Or.'J.'O. Owsley, Cashier, day, JauLary 22. hkotch whloh ho onco wroto ho said of him"Would you call him n genius?" W M. might, Teller. self: for Circular or call at the "I certainly should. Ills humor was "Ho Is tho father of govornl beautiful For terms, &c, send College, born In him. Ho was ono of the greatest of American huinorlstH. I think that children by his first wife, who is btlll livNATIONAL BANK ho was just nhout at tho zenith of his ing. Sho Is a Chicago girl and lovos h husband far imjro than ho doservos." OF STANFORD, KY. power. Ho was not written out, but his Sewell Ford. OF HUSTONVILLE, NYE AT THE AOE OK humor seemed to be fret.li and tin to ilntn. MANAGERS, (nslr It camo ho easily and naturally from his over accoin nil alied Mich Will carry a full line ol genuine Ollser Chilleil Capital Stock hiiKliiIm.il SlOO,OO0 Plows, Mlver hleel Plows and repairs for ihe Ciwroorce Building, Louisville, Mnrk Twain onco attoninted to furnish n Pon thnt u, it produced wore gen-Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo Ualo and other leading larinlug Implements. '1 he Surplus. monthly article that was Sfi vears aao. "lno ,IU" "earty laughs. Yiw, yo was tho The best salve in the world for cuts, bru ness Walter A. Wood Mower and Reaper Machines, Agents throughout the South sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap- - Cultivators of the Attention of the public is invited to the far when ho wns working on Tho Galaxy ' Brenteht Humorist of tho ago." quality, list Ituggie lor hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions that inula the only the inonev. l'hnelom. It Is likely that tlmo Hank Stanford V7. .. TEIBBLE, Local AgeuU Magazine but ho broke down under tho n gonornl indorsement ofwill bring with it t positively cures piles, or no pay repuircd. It is the richest iualltmt andfurrt-v- i and Cirri. iri ,( Under the provisions National National in Dank of the unclcst and latest styles, this opinion. btr.iln and had to give it up. luaranteed to gn e perfect satisfaction or money 'lhe best grade ol light buggy harness and the are secured not only by the waptlal Tho location of XrcJii NoxtiuCiiroiiiin refunded Price i cents per box For sale by cheaper grades. Collars, hames, bridles for farm stock, but by the stockholders' liability c aa STANKtJRD, KV. Nye's oxporlenco on tho locturo platform W It. McRoberis.drugglu. purposes, breeching and s'rap work of all kind amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol was not nlways pleasant. Ho never conKurniiure of all descriptions 1 runks, bags, trav- this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 quered his natural modesty and novor eling telescopes, horse blankets, buggy rugs, stuve Tive aworn statements of thecondition of Ih. bank Sau Francisco. faced Portland. an audlonco without homo twlngos and stove fixtures. &c. all ot which h incites are made each yearto the United Statas governSPRING, I39G. ..To the your atwntion and iLipection and pronuso to deal ment and its assets are examined at stated tirutt of stago fright. Ono of his most recent y government agenu, thus securing justly and act hocorsbly with you in all transacadditito a ozperiences was his most painful. It hapBlue-Gras- s tion! C.ooU set of llltcksmith's Tools, complete, and perfect safety to denositor.. ON IMPROVED FARMS pened only n couple of months ngo. Ho to sell on very reasonable terms, and Illacksmlth .m.iu.uiuuon. originally established aj ths .........Via Tho Shop for nnl In best location in town: only one wiiumgi aianioxain 1858, then v.VZ, was licensed, and falsely accused, of as the National Dank ol Stanford in All kinds of Fruit and Omsmen'al Trees, smith. Intoxicated while on the platform nt In Lincoln county, Ky.,at6 per cent., semi. an again 80 tf the D. S. CARPKN1 KR, Hank ol hhrubi, Small Fruits, Asparagus, Urpi Vines, Stanlord In ,5S,, has had pr.ctic.Uyrn Pateron, N. J. A Now York nowspnpor nual interest; no commission charged. Address &c. No agents, liny direct and tav money v'i$CCl Hua'onvllle, Kv. uninterrupted oiutcnceof 3 years. It Is belt, ..,..,!. a 25 vvvtf i wus largely responsible for tho circulation (.KO W JlAVV.ForRoom 17, Kenyon iluiJding, bliawbcn aud gcuir.il dialogues on application Louisville, Ky, blank applications and fur to 'Z88iHflrftS of tho report. What tho H. K. IIILLKNMKYER, was it is cher Information, BV4.Lyo;D,d.MbVaUjr ,hn" before In its long Lexington, Ky mtrjarifcTffg hnrd to guess. I learned motive about torney, Stanlurd, inquire ol J. N. iSaunders, At- Telephone 37. tho truth career. Accounts of corporations: and K. v.ntar,3 Rutp- firms and individuals r.spVctlully Volic- this tho other day from Major O. J. Smith, 'd' icuisyiiti who, as Isyu'a uinnloiur. was on the most DON'I FORGET THAT The Directory of this Dank is composed 01 Only Dining Car Route From na . intlmnto and friendly torni3 with him. It FoiLstus lteid, Lincoln county, was goon after tho news of Nyo's Inst IllYE S.T. Harris, Lincoln; The above fine black jack: with gray points will ness had beon announced. Mujor Smith THE FAVORITE MILLS, y J. II. Collloi, Lincoln; ruaki the season ol i&6 at my place, the old spoko in fooling terms of tho Htricken huHelm farm, o I the ft.snlord and Shelby City AT McKINNBY, KY., J. W. Hayden, Stanford; morist, whom ho hold In high esteem. " pike, at S. H. liaughman Lincoln; saw Mr. Nyo," said Major Smith, "a Have just been overhauled and repaired from bo I "I Elegant Tullman Vestlluled J. S. Hocktr, Stanford; turn to top by the fatuous Richmond City Mil $7 to Insure a Oolt 4 Months Old day or two after tho Pnterson incident. iCURES NOTHING BUT PILES.' Sleeper of Modern Pattern. Works, of Richmond, Iod , and W. A. Trlbble, SUuford; I nsked him to tell mo nil about It, and ho now increased, ire doing more andwith capacity better work John K. Is 4 years old, 15 hands high and Is a For inapa or any information, address M. D. Elmore, Stanford; did. Ho told mo on his word of honor that than ever before, and with the old reliable D V. snlendla inuivldual. Don't breed till you see him. SURE and CERTAIN CURE T. P. Hill, Stanford; ffllANIC I. REID, ) of good lie was foaled and raised by J K lUughman, of f E. H.P.BACON thoro wns not n pnrtlclo of truth In tho Kennedy aa head miller, you are euro bring D. A , known for 10 years as the G. P. Agent, lie suia and us Hustonville. He hat proven himself to be a splen- - j Flour and fair K. L. Tanner, McKinney; btntcnient that ho had beon intoxlcntod, your grlnditig treatment. buying call for our old did breeder of large colts, as several of hit net at Louisville cmcago. and when BEST REMEDY for PILES. M J' Mt. V.rnon.Ky but he snld ho was very 111 tho night of his and wall established brands. Favorite Patent, La Mr. Uaughman's win snow, mares Kepiaeea-tonabl- e Oe sure to call for J. 8. Hocker, President; rates Care taken to prevent accidents, uppearanco there. It seems that his locturo dies' favorite and takers' Choice. Monon Route. SOLD II T AL.C UKVflGISTS. but not responsible should any recur a ms at a urn, Jno. J, McRobeits, Cashier; PrepiridtrElcniEICOM VIED CO.. ST.10UI3. was delivered FRED P. BISHOP, Stanford, Ky. Favorite Milling Co. St Paul.) lng uo Into in a church. The stops lead, Denver. A A. McKianty, Aist. Cathie the pulpit were narrow and, I m eomo persons might think Mint Nyo was a peculiarly unfortuniito ninn. It is n fact Mint ho was tho victim of mnuy nilsfor- - j Keep you eye on the Pae Fence See Huff tunes. Soon nftor ho Iwgan to mnkoinon-- l ,. 11 iJrigrtt, K. VoDS, Dudderar.J. L. Dawson, J. ,0 Sft,t3' winding. At any rate, they oy by his writings ho was nmicted with ' Ed Carter, B. Chancellor and others who hsve usG. A PEYTON. Sianfcrd, Ky. ed It. Bplnnl monlngltLs which was cnltlomlo at vvero 6trAiiKo to him, find In ruIor up ho Agent for Lincoln Couuty. would have lawn n gs,3m tho timo. Ho had but just recovered and iubifV". ' know, la very J,,'shnP. ' gono to Wisconsin, where ho was visit-CALL ON'.. JhH him, and lng his brother, whon ho was caught out ' Md,at PPnr natural, lhen some ono Inn cyclone and nlmost killed. About ho rtcl1 both misfortunes ho wroto In such a hu- "'uninr that ho was drunk, wcro lilsw, nntl .yo, whoso Fcnsl- morous manner that thoso who did no Th STANFORD, KV., ... received : Know mm per.onft.iy minR to tills day tlvo naturo had ."rr"V a (.iiinii dlirutl Vr :r ; T.Z' tiiu I'loiiuilil. iliui, i (lilt III)IIIVU, t'ocket Key Checks by Mail for only 15 Cents, tnnt no was inuruly rumnuclng. Tho lncl ' .u was tho whole truth of tho matter. I For Baggage and Key Checks, Metal Checks of dents wero serious realities, however. Ho kinds, Badges, Daz License Checks. Key used to oxplaln his lack of hair by saying urged him to let mo mnko an explanation, Rings. Chains. Ac. Stamping on Metal and gen eral repairing. Shop over At. D. Elmoie s store that the spinal meningitis loosened tho but ho eald that It wduld bo bast to let the S6 Stanford, Ky. rnnra nnn ninr. ttnrtt Tim .Mii.in nn..n matter drop." In JPn ton quratlon iw to what he along his hair was blown off with tho leaves. lor.onnlly Major Smith On another occasion ho seriously assured ' tho8nt aninqulror that tho reason for his bald-,, A Vo was nn oxeeedlngly gentiim. man. ness was that his head grow faster than J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, lasro ntut lovable. Ho his hair. Then ho was confined to a hos- - "0 wns ,10Ut'st. pltal for a long t lino with kidney trouble ' wns a ,,no,t congenial and entertaining - and was shipwrecked about a year ago In 0OI"Pan,"; "0 lovwl his family and tho uuiri'- - In hU business dealings ho was theBermudns. Both Incidents wjrvod ns RatfiaTWO DOLLARS Per Day. '"wny8 reasonable, fair and honest. As topics for humorous articles. Remodeled and refurnished throughout, Large IfXvn mil l1nl.nallr.rll1lnMa....,1, lur "" munor, it, iiuriy uuuuuhi out or and Commodious Kimnlo Rooms. It was nil 60 natural too. ilo was ventures, ho mndo up for it aftor ho roach Halls and office connected by Electric Dells ed xviowiork. Ills salary on Tho Worl not always straining to way bomothlug Prompt and polite service to guests. 47 was n big ono, but when, nftpr bavins boot M.S. riAUGllMAN. J. W. Pacghhan. connected wrrri tlinfc kiubucntlon tor sev eral years, ho left to enter tho employ of tho Amorlcan Press Association it waa after a contract had been signed by which ' fr ho wns to recelvo n still larger salary. The , TROrRIKTOKSI'fiSKffiKIS amount paid him by that Association has x been varlounly Mated, but beldom oxnggor-& ntod. It was, In fact, tho largest amount ever paid nn Amorlcan writer for regular contributions. It was tho highest priced - - Kontucky. matter ovor syndicated wool: uftor week , In tho country. Nye's work In this connection was tho most remnrkablo over dono by any humorIf y"i nel livery gtie us a call. Nothing du fsvst etaas turnouts will liave our stable, bee ui ist. For n period of ovor hcvon yours ho Uriuss, In our furnished an artlclo, nvoruglug two col"ll umns, week in and weok out, without fallBLACKSMITH SHOP. ing but once. Ho wroto under all sorts of l work and satisfactor conditions, sick and well, traveling in out My of tho way corners of the Union nnd in Try our ho shoer. d'ic distant countries. Xo othur liumorUt has m&Si R ,u Furniture, Undertaking Goods, Carpets and Hall Paper. I The travrliatr public will fiad willing iu lurw.h Drum-mer- s ttHglt or double, or Cam ices of ail kinds at Terr .0V PRICKS. Th koyslnaiMlarauiKl town will also find us the two pie to deal with. Step wlin in wbtu iu town at ana your herte and v.. well cared for aid. will b fBifruioBunu '11- - COOPKR N'yr Hohs. Stable, Staaford, Ky L u'" .."Jsgoos. r'dlr S On short notice ritl.tr "' 1 - p't nat-ha- d 1 F. G. BRADY, "Pntl. iiliicwtl i. ....... J j "l.", I 11 ! BARKER HOUSE, 1 Somerset, Kentucky. So well is the name of Hill Nyo known today that It Is hard to realize that almost his entire reputation wns mado during tho past decade. Ho was not a voluminous writer, but ho wrote with much caro and kept himself thoroughly In touch with his public. Homo of his htorlos whloh ho published In book form wero "Bill Nyo nnd the Boomen.ng," Issued in 1881; "The to call him. Ids Various nTTIcltH dicrlblug 7U homo and his nolghbors there did much to advurtiM) Ashovillonnd iwrhnps btarted tho boom whloh 1ms filnco been o benollolai to tho locality. The liuinorlst gnvo Ills hand some villa tho iiiuno of Buck .Shoals, and flltlinilfh hit nftAll rufrrn1 f.- Klu i,r..l,.l,t farm" his land there consists of n very pretty ostnto overlooking tho French Broad, across tho valley of whloh young Georgo Vamurbllt oroctd his beautiful pnlnco "Neighbor Vandorbllt," Nyo tisotl nntT - Coal, Coal, Coal. Remember we are the exclusive agects for the celebrated Falls Branch Jollico Goal, Irlccs the verrMowrst. U' r,.. ,. mines, therefore ar. able to tell at me lew.it price. Come nd sec us Jood Col makes rot ashes, no cinders. I all. Ilranchijct Falls llranch Nut dun Mountain J elite o Nut u cts , North itc. In. Jelliro Lump tic Th.se prices ar. Icr Coal delivered, hor Coal at our house charges arc one cent lets. NOKI. .V SON, Also that it will be te the Interest of everybody to call aud see our clean Dvmeitlr Nut CooL ...L...k. X VssPsssssssssssssssH i?arfflers Bank&Trnst Co 9s. H.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- . LIVERY, FEED STABLE, Stanford, SALE 1 w" ' J? J Wlllg-nrtnto- first-cla- n KtfTf j mrxt' . V 1 11 ROYAL prao-tlcall- y nstsrance Company OP LIVERPOOL. BARBBE&CASTLEMAf. D. S. CABPS1TTEB, FIRST rORTV-TIIRE- E. 11 Ik'is 1 lt r! 23,700 MONEY To LOAN Nurseries. bo-lu- g I ' - 1 ii.iEa JOHN K ji ndu-cian- Her-ve- TO CHICAGO. II3J OINTMENT I r, , 111 -j- M', 1 i - j .- av,